Day 1: Arrival in Bombay
Day 2: Visit the ancient temples of the Mumbai
Day 3: Journey towards Nashik. Experience the evening ceremony by the Godavari river
Day 4: Visit of the mythological Nashik city.
Day 5: Visit of Mangi Tungi, important jain temple.
Day 6: Trek on the sacred mountain. Journey towards Aurangabad
Day 7: Visit of Ajanta caves
Day 8: Visit of the Ellora caves
Day 9: Visit the holy Khultabad village
Day 10: Trip to Nanded
Day 11: Visit of Nanded city
Day 12: Visit of Hottal
Day 13: Return to Bombay
13 days to discover the religions of India
India is a mysterious country for many. It is above all the birthplace of 4 religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
Maharashtra is a state apart in India. It has indeed 3 holy cities of 3 different religions. There are sacred sites like Mangi Tungi. This Jain site is located on a top of hill and you can admire the largest Jain statue in the world. There are also the two UNESCO listed sites, the Ellora and Ajanta caves.
All these visits will show you the religious tolerance which has been an important element of Maharashtra for a long time.
We offer you an immersion in spirituality of India. During 13 days of this spiritual tour, you will discover each religion and its sacred sites.
We take particular care in choosing the hotels we offer. These holds an account for a significant part in the budget of the tour. We will work out with you to choose the best accommodation.
We can advise you on different types, from homestay to luxury hotel to guest houses. You are completely free to choose during the creation of your spiritual tour in India.
Hotels we offer or of similar category:
In Bombay (Mumbai): Bentley Hotel
In Nashik: Casa lake view villa
In Aurangabad: Vijay residency
The price for this tour is 27,745 rupees (369 euros, about 399 dollars) per person.
This rate is established on the basis of standard accommodation for a group of 6 people.
The price may change depending on the number of people and the dates chosen.
Included in this tour:
- Accommodation with breakfast is included for the entire trip.
- In Aurangabad, dinner is included
- All transfers in air-conditioned vehicle with driver.
- The train between Bombay and Nashik as well as between Nashik and Aurangabad and between Aurangabad and Nanded.
- Internal flight Nanded- Bombay
- The professional guide in French, English, Spanish, Hindi and Marathi for the entire stay.
- All entrances to the monuments visited during the tour.
- One bottle of water per day per person
- The traditional welcome on your arrival in India
- GST (Government Service Tax)
The following are excluded from this tour:
- International flight to India
- Visa fees
- Travel insurance
- Souvenir shopping
- All which is not included
For a complete discovery and at your own pace, we offer this 13-day spiritual tour.
Day 1: Bombay (Mumbai). Arrived at the airport. transfer to the hotel.
Day 2: Bombay (Mumbai). We will visit some of the oldest temples in the city. We will end the day in a dargah which is on the sea to see a beautiful sunset.
Day 3: Journey towards Nashik. In the evening we will attend the ceremony near the river and we will see the old city market.
Day 4: Nashik. We will visit the Hindu temples of the Ramayana and the old town.
Day 5: Nashik. We will visit the site of Mangi Tungi which has the largest Jain statue in the world.
Day 6: Nashik. Visit of Bramhagiri, the sacred mountain. train to Aurangabad.
Day 7: Ajanta. These caves are a collection of Buddhist temples and monasteries.
Day 8: Ellora. Three religions have set the construction of this unique monument in the world
Day 9: Khultabad and Daultabad. Visit the capital of Sufism from the 14th century and still the second most important village for this religion.
Day 10: Journey towards Nanded.
Day 11: Nanded. Discovery of Sikhism and one of the 4 sacred cities of this religion which is auspicious for many.
Day 12: Hottal. This small village has particular architectural temples. For the last day, you will also discover village life.
Day 13: Return to Mumbai.
- Visit to two UNESCO World Heritage sites
- Visit to 3 holy cities
- Discovery of different religions
- Visit of places with few tourist attractions
- Visit of small villages.
- Discovery of exceptional religious places