Phone+91–9922973838 ‚  +91–9325021460 .


Car Rentals

We offer you a choice to rent a variety of economy cars, luxury cars, tempo travellers and coaches.

Railway Booking

There's no better way to enjoy India's towns and regional areas in comfort.

Air Tickets

Aurangabad offers top of the line professional travel services for the inbound travellers to Aurangabad.

Bus Booking

We offer you a choice to We do the all type bus booking in Maharashtra.

Hotel Booking

We offer you a choice to We do the all type Hotel booking in Maharashtra.


Places to visit in Aurangabad

Ajanta Caves

Ajanta Caves is one of the most magnificent Buddhist caves in the whole of India. It is situated at a distance of approximately 100 km from Aurangabad and 40 km from Jalgaon. Counted amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Maharashtra.

Ellora Caves

Ellora Caves is situated in Maharashtra, at a distance of approximately 30 km from the city of Aurangabad. Founded in the period between 5th century and 10th century AD, it was declared as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO a number of years back.

Ghrishneshwar temple

is half a kilometer from the Ellora Caves and 30 km from Aurangabad. It is an 18th century temple that presents outstanding architecture and carving. This place forms one of the five Jyotirlinga sites in Maharashtra where Lord Shiva is worshipped. The Holkar temple nearby is a must-see.


earlier known as Devgiri is situated at a distance of 13 km from Aurangabad. Also termed as the city of fortune, it houses a stupendous 12th century fortress well placed atop a charming hill. This invincible fortress boasts of a 5 kilometer sturdy wall and an intricate series of ramparts. Don't miss the climb to the very top through the bat cave.

Aurangabad Caves

a fine piece of architecture is presented in the most unembellished manner. The caves lie just outside the city and are believed to have been excavated between the 2nd and the 6th century. They house the most stunningly intricate carvings. There are nine caves in all, most of them being the viharas.

Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary

Bibi ka Maqbara

This is the monument for which Aurangabad is best known probably because it was obviously intended to rival the Taj Mahal which it imitates. It is the only example of Moghul architecture of its kind in the Deccan plateau. It was built in 1679 by Aurangzeb’s son in tribute to his mother Begum Rabia Durani Rabic-ud-Duvani.


A 17th century watermill that takes its name from the mill which used to grind grain for the pilgrims. The water distribution system built in 1695 was the engineering feat of Malik Ambar architect of Aurangabad city. The watermill is fed from a large rectangular reservoir. This has an artificial cascade on one side which supplies water to the north-west corner of the mill. Ceramic pipes then conduct water to the lower chamber of the mill rotating an iron fan that results in the movement of the grind stone in the upper chamber. In 1624 a Sufi saint a spiritual guide to Aurangazeb was buried here. The gardens with its several fish tanks serve as his memorial.



Global Tours and Travels

+91 9922973838 , 9325021460


Shop No - 10 ,Tirupati Park Jue ,Gurushani Nagar , N -4 , Cidco , Aurangabad - 431001 , Maharashtra .