Day-1 Travel to Aurangabad via Nashik. Enroute visit Trymbakeshwar Temple near Nashik Travel to Aurangabad via Nashik. Enroute Visit Trymbakeshwar Temple near Nashik (One of the 12 Jyotirlinga Temples of Lord Shiva). Aurangabad is a renowned heritage destination visited for its proximity to Ajanta / Ellora Caves (UNESCO heritage site) and Grishneshwar Temple near Ellora (One of the 12 Jyotirlinga Temples of Lord Shiva).
Day-2 Morning Visit to Ellora Temple, Grishneshwar Temple. Afternoon excursion to Ajanta Caves. Early morning start and visit Ellora Caves (40 kms)and Grishneshwar Temple. Travel to Ajanta (100 kms - 2 hours) for the Ajanta Caves. Return by evening.
Day-3 Lonar Excursion. Local monuments visits in the evening. Excursion to Lonar Crater, one of the largest craters in the world. There are number of heritage monumetns and temples around Lonar (120 kms - 2.5 hours). Lonar is also good for bird watching in winter. Return by late afternoon to visit local monuments in Aurangabad such as Bibi ka Maqbara and Panchakki.
Day-4 Visit Daulatabad Fort before departure Visit Daulatabad Fort in the morning and depart for onward journey.
Mumbai - Mumbai is financial capital of India and a major International airport, second only to Delhi in terms of flight connectivity. Mumbai is a major business hub for trade in Asia and a transit point for others destinations in India such as Goa, Kerala, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
Aurangabad - Aurangabad is situated at about 400 km from Mumbai and 350 km Pune. Its a major industrial town and a renowned heritage center in the Buddhist circuit