Aurangabad, the last Mughal capital
Aurangabad has a history that begins in the 5th century AD. At that time, many Buddhist monks traveled around India and created caves to spread Buddhism. These caves were mostly monasteries or temples. The most famous are Ellora Caves and Ajanta Caves. For 3 centuries, Buddhist monks settled in Aurangabad and worked on a set of 10 caves. The region was sparsely inhabited until the creation of the city of Khadki done by Malik Ambar. He decided to make this city, the administrative capital of the Nizam of Ahmednagar. He was a great warrior, he holded the Mughal army out of Deccan until his death. When the Mughals manage to enter the Deccan, Aurangzeb was appointed as viceroy. He settled in this city which had magnificent gardens. At times, the city was renamed Aurangabad in honor of Aurangzeb. Towards the end of the 17th century, Aurangzeb, who became emperor, made it his de facto capital until his death. It was the capital of the most powerful empire in Asia at that time. It is this long and rich history that we would like you to discover and know the past in person.
The price of this tour is 3825 rupees per person (51 euros, 55 dollars approximately).
his rate is established on the basis of a standard AC vehicle for minimum 2 people.
The price may change depending on the number of people and the dates chosen.
Included in this tour:
- We pick you up from your hotel, airport or train station.
- We will drop you off at your hotel, airport or train station.
- An air-conditioned vehicle.
- The professional guide in French, English, Spanish, Hindi and Marathi for the entire tour.
- All entrances to monuments visited during the stay.
- One bottle of water per person will be given.
- GST (Government Service Tax)
The following are exclusion:
- The international flight to India Transport to arrive in Aurangabad
- Visa fees
- Travel insurance
- Souvenir shopping
- All that is not included in the inclusion
- Visit hidden/less known places
- Discovery of remarkable historical figures
- Visit of non-tourist monuments
- Mix of city and nature