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Private Half-Day Kanheri Caves Excursion from Mumbai
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Reviewed 14 April 2020 via mobile

Really enjoyed my visit here. I spent around 2-3 hours here. (This included spending time watching the monkeys near the car park)
There's lots of caves. Suggest taking a photo of the plan as you walk in so you can refer back to it as you walk round.
Some of the caves are much and much alike but there's some stunning caves as you walk round. These have amazing images of buddah carved into the stone and large Pillars.
It's set on a hillside and will involve lots of steps. Make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Suggest having plenty of water with you.
At the top there's a good view across the national park.

Date of experience: January 2020
4  Thank Melsy1
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Reviewed 29 March 2020

If you decide between the Elefanta Caves and Kanheru Caves, I would recommend you the last ones. Great very interesting historic and religious site.

Date of experience: February 2020
2  Thank Mark B
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Reviewed 8 March 2020

I loved going to see the Kanheri caves while I was in Mumbai. It's amazing to see the way that they carved the caves into the side of the cliffs. I decided to go on my own & do the biking trip, but I didn't get a ton of the history while I was there. I would recommend getting a tour guide to go with you, because it's clear this place is full of fascinating information!

Date of experience: February 2020
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Reviewed 24 February 2020

it is located in SGNP in Borivali. Easily accessible through Buses and Rickshaws. It is about 5-6 kms from the main gate and you can either take your own vehicle or local govt. bus. There about 107 clusters of caves of various sizes. They have different formats where some are plane square rooms with gates and then there are some with elaborate sculptures. Govt has tried to get the caves to be in best shape as much as it can. If you climb high enough , you'll get birds eye view of the city.

Date of experience: February 2020
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Reviewed 12 February 2020 via mobile

Its a Heaven in the city. An uphill climb which takes you to the top most point of mumbai giving a spectacular view of the city high rise along with the forest. Sitting in the beautiful caves built centuries back still gives you a divine experience away from the mad rush of everyday city life. A trip atleast twice a month is a must to get fresh pure oxygen for the mind and soul.

Date of experience: February 2020
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