Take a tour of the historical monuments of Aurangabad and Daulatabad, experience their glory which they have retained for hundreds of years. Avail 8 hours and 80 kilometers of usage of a private car.
Aurangabad is a city that was established in the year of 1610 AD by Malik Ambar. This city has been a tourist hub as it has historical monuments surrounding it. Aurangabad is one of the largest cities in India and it has many colleges and educational institutions as a result of which it is an emerging IT hub. Aurangabad is a city known for Bibi ka Maqbara, which is a burial mausoleum of Emperor Aurangzeb's wife.
Previously known as Devagiri, Daulatabad was an important uplands city along caravan routes, but the intervening centuries have reduced it to a village. The name Daulatabad, meaning abode of wealth, was given by Muhammad-bin-Tughluq, who after seeing the immensely strong fort, shifted his capital from Delhi to Devagiri city, in the year 1327.
- Your tour begins with a pick up from your hotel/residence in Aurangabad ;city limits.
- Post the pick you will be visiting the following places:
- Buddha Caves/Aurangabad Caves: The Aurangabad caves are scenic twelve rock-cut Buddhist shrines located on a hill running roughly east to west, it lies in the outskirts of Aurangabad city.
- Daulatabad Fort: The Daulatabad Fort, also known as Devagiri or Deogiri was initially built around 1187 by the first Yadava king, Bhillama V. It was later occupied by Muhammad-bin-Tughluq and named Daulatabad fort. Nestled on a hill of about 200 meters this fort is encircled by a man-made ditch, accessible by a bridge.
- Chand Minar: A 14th-century minaret situated in a medieval-era fort city of Daulatabad with hilltop panoramas.
- Soneri Mahal: Soneri Mahal was built between 1651 AD and 1653 AD by a Bandalkand chief who accompanied Aurangzeb into the Dakhan.
- Chini Mahal: Once the residence of Aurangzeb this palace is located at the entrance of the Daulatabad Fort.
- Tomb of Malik Ambar: The iconic warrior Malik Ambar is laid to rest at this very spot. Malik Ambar turned the village of Khadki to what we now know as Aurangabad.
- Bibi Ka Maqbara: A Mughal mausoleum built in the mid-1600s using white marble. This complex has a garden, fountains intricate carvings.
- After the completion of the tour, you will be dropped back at your hotel/residence in Aurangabad city limits.
- Hotel pickup and drop (within city limits).
- Charges for the private air-conditioned cab.
- The driver and fuel charges.
- Usage for 8 hours and 80 kilometres.
- Airport pick-up or drop.
- All parking & toll charges.
- Monument entrance charges.
- Any meal or beverage.
- Anything else not specified in the inclusions above.
- This is a fixed itinerary tour, the overall itinerary cannot be modified.
- Night charge of Rs. 300 is applicable if the cab service is used between 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
- The tour has a limit of 8 hours and 80 kilometres.
- After 8 hours and 80 kilometres, additional per hour and per km charges are applicable.
- For Sedan (4-seater) Rs 100 per hour (additional hour charges) and Rs. 11 per km (additional km charges).
- For SUV (6-seater) Rs. 150 per hour (additional hour charges) and Rs. 14 per km (additional km charges).
- Any applicable additional charge to be directly payable to driver in cash.
- This is not a guided tour.
- Full refund if cancelled before* 3 days
- No refund after that