Small island which starts with a boat ride and then a toy train ride. The old age caves are good. Guides help you understand the stories sculptured on caves. Would recommended this place on week days to avoid rush.
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Travelled here today with my Mum and partner. Boat was cheap, good value and took about 50 minutes. Grab some sickness pills if you are easily queasy! 5rs each island tax on entering which was fine. Walked up the steps and looked at lovely stalls...More
A visit to Elephanta caves has eluded me for all of 45 years in Mumbai. It was on a trip with my and my brother's family to Gateway that we decided impromptu. The ferry ride was enjoyable especially for kids. Also, the mini train was...More
Elephanta caves are one of the best sightseeing place in mumbai.... travelling is by boat for an hour to reach the destination.... Be careful while visiting the place.... Best experience you wont get bored... One full day is sufficient to spent at this place
One of the best island in Mumbai to visit the elephanta caves .Elephanta caves are the best example of the ancient architectue .The shiva statue is very nice.The surroundings are very beautiful.
One one the best Island to visit in Mumbai to see the ancient art of shivlinga and shiva staue beautifully sculptured on stone so many years before a true art and the stupid british had destroyed it specially the local people are so good selling...More
You will really love the Boat ride and you get to see the vastness of Arabian sea and Bombay High. There are many small caves and each one of the them is beautiful. Do visit and have fun. Just beware of Monkeys.
The trip to Elephanta caves is a very exhausting trip and enervating. The only good thing about visiting the caves is the boat trip and refreshing sea breeze. Once you reach the Elephanta Island, you have to walk for about 1 km to get to...More
My wife and i took a trip to this cave and it was just amazing. We took a ferry from the Gateway of India which was about 20 minutes and enjoyable. This caves on the other hand was awesome. Dedicated to Lord Shiva we were...More