The Mahastra Trail is a must for all those passing through Mumbai, on their way in or out of the city. Learn about some of India’s greatest historical monuments around Aurangabad and wind down in the vineyards of Nashik.
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Start off your trip sampling fine wines in the heart of India’s wine capital. Tour through the lush vineyards, comprehensive processing units and learn the art of wine-making. Enjoy a tasting of 4 different wines: take in the aroma, colour, and flavour of various grape wines. This will be the ultimate way to unwind and relax.
Our first stop in Aurangabad is this spectacular complex, housing 29 caves full of ancient Buddhist murals, paintings and sculptures. One of India’s most magnificent religious sites is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This is one the world’s largest rock-cut temple complex boasting artwork, monuments and inscriptions from Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The proximity of these monuments are indicative of how religions existed in harmony over the course of India’s history.
Hike up to the top of Devgiri Fort, a fortress built in the 14th century, and be rewarded with a stunning view of the city.
BiBi Ka Maqbara, also known as the Baby Taj Mahal, is our last highlight in Aurangabad. Get ready for some fabulous photo opportunities coupled by stories of its creation.