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Suggested Itinerary
Day 01-02 : Mumbai
Day 03-04 : Ajanta-Ellora
Day 05-06 : Maheshwar
Day 07 : Mandu (Dhar)
Day 08 : Champaner (Jambughoda)
Day 09-10 : Ahmedabad
Day 11 : Palitana
Day 12 : Diu
Day 13 : Sasan Gir
Day 14 : Gondal
Day 15-16 : Bhuj & Kutch
Day 17-18 : Mandvi
Day 19 : Mumbai
Day 20 : Mumbai Departure
The above itinerary is fully flexible to accommodate your personal preferences & schedule. We would be happy to customize it to suit your needs.
Destination Deccan -15 Nights / 16days

Destinations Covered – Mumbai-Aurangabad-Hyderabad-Gulbarga-Bijapur-Hampi-Badami-Dandeli-Goa-Mumabi
Recommended Period - Regular High Peak
Mumbai (formerley Bombay), the gateway to India in the days of the British Raj, is today India's commercial capital. The city dates back to around the first century AD, when the area consisted of seven islands separated by the sea. In 1661 the Portuguese presented the port and islands of Bombay to the British, and in 1668 the East India Company leased all of the islands from the British Government. for £10.00 in gold per year.
On independence in 1947 the Bombay presidency became Bombay state, and subsequently Bombay became the state capital of Maharashtra. Besides being the major port Mumbai is the most cosmopolitan, fastest moving, affluent and industrialized city in India. It is India's financial, commercial and industrial centre, and the centre of the film industry (Bollywood).
The gateway to the World Heritage Sites of Ajanta and Ellora cave temples, Aurangabad is named after the 6th Mughal emperor, Aurangzeb. Lying along the right bank of the Kham River, the city is the district headquarters, which offers visitors all the modern comforts and amenities.There are many attractions in the city including Bibi Ka Maqbara (The tomb of Aurangzeb’s queen). The white marbled monument rises majestically in an intentional bid to copy and rival the world famous Taj Mahal of Agra.
Royal, rustic, romantic are just a few terms to describe Hyderabad, but one has to be present here to truly experience the exotic enchantment of this historic city.Hyderabad with an ancient civilisation and culture is nearly 400 years old and noted for its natural beauty, mosques and minarets, bazaars and bridges, hills and lakes. To the modern tourist Hyderabad offers unrivalled excitement and excellent entertainment that includes Heritage, Nature, Wildlife, Cultural and Shopping sites. A seamless 360 degrees of activity makes time fly yet the aura of timelessness lends tranquility to the ambience.
Gulbarga, is a land where the past melds with the present. This historically rich region of the Deccan has been part of a number of kingdoms. A treasure home of architectural delights, Gulbarga is justly famous for the grandeur of the many Indo-Saracenic monuments that dot the landscape. Making it a destination that takes one back through the pages of history.
The foundations of this historic city were laid during the reign of the Chalukyan Dynasty between the 10th and 11th centuries. They called it Vijayapura or the "City of Victory" from which comes its present name Bijapur. The one-time capital of the Adil Shahi kings (1489-1686) is dotted with mosques, mausoleums, palaces, fortifications, watchtowers, and strong gateways, with the massive Gol Gumbaz dominating the landscape for miles around.
Hampi is one of the magnificent ruined cities of the world and offers a totally different experience for the travelers. A World Heritage site, Hampi has the distinction of being the most beautiful ruins of any significance to be seen in India. Many attractions here include the Virupaksha Temple, King's Balance where kings were weighed against grain, gold or money to be distributed to the poor, the Queen's Bath with lotus-shaped fountains that once supplied perfumed water, Lotus Mahal and Vithala Temple with its musical pillars and many more like them waiting for you to explore them. This city was the immense and a very rich capital of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Picturesquely situated at the mouth of a ravine between two rocky hills, the exquisite sculptures and the rust red sandstone cliffs of Badami tell many a tale of yore. Badami, once the capital of the Chalukyas , is noted for several temples, some structural & other rock-cut, of the 6th & 7th Centuries. The foundations of Badami, were laid by Pulakeshin I (535 - 566 AD) and his son Kirtivarman the Ist (567 - 598 AD), beautified the town with temples & other buildings.
Dandeli abounds in a richness of flora and fauna. Its richness and diversity offers ample opportunities to nature lovers to enjoy the captivating landscape. The sanctuary is generally undulating with steep slopes with picturesque deep river valleys and rich hilly forest terrain.The forest with its spurs of the western ghats, the breath taking valleys, regal looking meandering rivers and the splendid scenic beauty of the syntheri rock make it an awe inspiring natural beauty. The forest in Dandeli is typical moist deciduous and semi evergreen types.
The main Wildlife species include Leopard, Black Panther & Tiger. Spotted Deer, Sambar, Gaur, Wild Boar, Mouse Deer, Barking Deer, Mongoose, Porcupine Jackal, Common Langur and Crocodile are commonly sighted species.
Goa, a former Portuguese territory, for more than 450 years is often described, as 'The Rome of the East' is a small enclave on the West Coast of India now is one of the best holiday destinations in the World. Famous for its long stretch of beaches dotted with shacks, sea food, local wine, Variously known as "Pearl of the Orient" and a "Tourist Paradise", the state of Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan.
The magnificent scenic beauty and the architectural splendours of its temples, churches and old houses have made Goa a firm favourite with travellers around the world.
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