Gharapuri Islands for the local Marathi civilians became Elephanta Caves after the Portuguese discovered a huge demolished elephant structure on the Island. Every tourist who visits Mumbai never misses out Elephanta Cave tour. The basalt rock structures are recognized to be a UNESCO heritage site.
It is said that there used to be many caves but over the years many of them were wrecked and now there are 7 caves left with the significance of Hindu and Buddhism mythology for tour purposes.
Visit this wonderful heritage site to explore the astonishing ancient architecture and the tales behind it. You can visit Elephanta caves by ferry from Mumbai port at very affordable prices, but its best to pre-book your tours to avoiding any kind of inconveniences. Indiator is your one stop travel service provider for all types’ tours and holiday packages, so book now.
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