Elephanta Caves are located in Mumbai, India. The caves have been visited by tourists since the 6th century and are one of the most famous attractions in Mumbai.

Elephanta Caves were built by the kings of the Kalchuri dynasty. The caves were built between the 5th century CE and the 8th century CE.

Hiking into the caves would depend on your destination, but most often than not it would be a 2-3 hour hike that you would need to take off your shoes and wear waterproof clothing during wet weather.

The best time to visit Elephanta Caves is in the winter months. This is from November to February. You should not visit the caves from June to August because it is the rainy season in Mumbai.

The caves are closed on Mondays. The ferry ride to get to the caves takes about 20 minutes. The caves are open from 10am to 5pm.

It is an archaeological site on India's west coast, and was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.

The caves are located on the southern side of Gharapuri Hill, overlooking the Arabian Sea at Mumbai Harbour.

Elephanta Island (also known as Gharapuri (literally "City of Caves") or Pori Island) is one of several islands in Mumbai Harbor to the east of Mumbai, India.

Where is Elephanta Island located? It is ten minutes by ferry from Gateway of India and 20 minutes by walk or speedboat to Elephanta Caves.

The Buddhist Caves in Ajanta are about 30 rock-cut Buddhist cave monuments that date from the 2nd century BCE to the 480 CE and are situated in the Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India.

It costs ₹100 or ₹200 to get to the island. The entry fee to the caves is ₹40 for Indians or people from certain other countries.

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