- Mumbai’s Elephanta Caves is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The complex consists of 5 Hindu caves and 2 Buddhist caves.
- Elephanta Caves are on “Elphanta” Island, which is an island 11 Km from Gateway of India.
- To visit Elephanta Caves, visitors can take a ferry boat from Gateway of India. There is no Boat service on Monday and during the Monsoon season (early June to mid September). Please visit this article for details of boats from Gateway of India to Elephanta Caves.
- Please visit this article for more information on Mumbai’s Top 10 Best And Famous Tourist Attractions.
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