Hyderabad – Charminar.
Golconda Fort – Sound and Light Show, Qutbshahi Tombs, Salarjung Museum, Paigah Tombs, Birla Mandir Temple and Planetarium, Lumbini Park, Nehru Zoological Park, Ramoji Film City Ajantha Caves and Ellora Caves & Aurangabad
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BANGALORE / HYDERABAD
Departure from Yesvanthpur railway Station to Kacheguda by Kacheguda Express at 3.30 Pm. Train No.17604.
Arrival at Kacheguda Railway Station by 5.00 Am. Check in at Hotel. After fresh up and breakfast Hyderabad local sightseeing. BIRLA MANDIR- This Hindu temple, which was constructed of white Rajasthani marble in 1976, graces one of the twin rocky hills, Kalabhad. SALAR JUNG MUSEUM-This museum houses one of the biggest one-man collections of antiques of the world, dating back to the first century. The 35,000 exhibits from every corner of the world was put together by Mir Yusaf Ali Khan (Salar Jung III), the prime minister of Osman Ali Khan. After lunch a visit to MECCA MASJID One of the largest mosque in the world accommodating upto 10,000 worshipers. CHARMINAR-Hyderabad’s principal landmark, the Charminar (4 Towers) was built by Mohd. Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, reputedly to commemorate the end of a devasting epidemic. NEHRU ZOOLOGICAL PARK-The biggest zoo in India is a must visit for nature lovers. Around 3000 animals and birds here live in large, open enclosures. SOUND & LIGHT SHOW (optional) The unique Sound & Light Show takes you right back in time, when Golconda Fort was full of life, glory and grandeur. Return back to hotel. After dinner party games, night stay at Hyderabad.
RAMOJI FILM CITY / AURANGABAD
After fresh up and breakfast, visit to Ramoji Film City. Built on a sprawling 1500 acres Ramoji Film City offers all facilities to produce quality movies. One can find every imaginable location to suite every situation. Evening departure to Aurangabad at 5.30 PM by Kacheguda-Manmad Express (Train No.7664).
Arrival at Aurangabad by 6.30 AM. Check in at Hotel. After fresh up and breakfast visit Ajantha Caves. AJANTHA: The Union Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESC0) list Ajantha as a World Heritage Site. The Caves- The 30 caves are cut into the steep face of horseshoe-shaped rocks gorge on the Waghore River. Five of the caves are chaityas while the other 25 are viharas. Night halt at Aurangabad.
— After fresh up and breakfast, visit Ellora caves. There are 34 caves in Ellora. The masterpiece of Ellora is the astonishing Kailasa Temple cave. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it is the world’s largest monotholic sculpture. For three days, this Temple is the venue for the annual Ellora Dance & Music Festival. After visiting Ellora, Aurangabad local sightseeing. Aurangabad has a number of attractions. Bibi-ka-maqbara- The so called ‘poor-man’s Taj Mahal’ was built in 1679 as a mausoleum for Aurangzeb’s wife, Rabia-ud-Daurani. It’s a cheap imitation of the Taj both in design and execution. It’s still worth a visit and is most atmospheric at night, when floodlit. Puwar Museum- This tiny two-room museum contains the fascinating personal collection of a retired doctor. Aurangabad caves- They were carved out of the hillside around the 6th and 7th century A.D. Night journey to Hyderabad at 7.30PM by Manmad-Kacheguda Express (Train No.7663).
Arrival at Hyderabad by 9.30 AM. Check in at Hotel. Remaining Sightseeing & Boating. Evening Reporting at Kacheguda Railway Station at 7.30 Pm & Departure to Bangalore Kacheguda – Yesvantpur Express at 9.00 Pm. Train No.17603.
Arrival at Bangalore.