The Elephanta Caves near Mumbai are a top UNESCO site on the Indian Subcontinent

Mumbai Elephanta Caves Tour

from   £ 95

Enjoy a half-day tour of the Elephanta Caves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that showcases the rock-cut architecture and sculptures of ancient India.

You will travel by public boat to and from the island, where you will marvel at the magnificent carvings and reliefs depicting Hindu and Buddhist mythology and legends. The complex is said to have been built between the 5th and 8th century C.E., and features shrines, courtyards and a main enclosure spread over 60,000 square feet. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness the cultural and artistic heritage of the Elephanta caves.

Prices Dates  Price/Person   Single Supp. 
Mumbai Elephanta Caves Tour All Dates £95.00 -

Additional Information

Duration: 4-5 hours
Departure: 9am or 12pm
Operated: On Day 9 of 'Delhi to Mumbai' tour, and on Day 11 of 'Passage to India end in Mumbai' and 'Taj, Tigers and Mumbai' tours.
Entrance fees excluded, budget approx USD$20.
Video cameras are not permitted inside the caves and are subject to a fee.
Please note: The Elephanta caves are closed on Mondays, and subject to weather conditions. Also closed during Monsoon from June till September, or during Naval exercises which can be conducted unannounced.
Tipping is not included and is an entirely personal gesture.
A minimum of 2 persons is required to operate this trip.

What's Included

English Speaking Guide
Transport using an air-conditioned vehicle
Common ferry tickets to the caves
Available On:
Group Tours
View of Mumbai cityscape from across the water
Delhi to Mumbai