• 3-5 hours
  • Per Person
  • Mumbai


Our ‘ Kanheri Caves Sightseeing Tour ’is all about finding a calm spot in the bustling city of Mumbai, where everybody is dreaming for coming out on top in the futile daily existence despite everything, could appear to be unthinkable from the get go. Be that as it may, you will adjust your perspective without a doubt when you visit Kanheri Caves. Settled in the tranquil environs of Sanjay Gandhi National Park and encompassed by the Western Ghats, Kanheri Caves are a treat for history specialists, nature-lovers and harmony searchers. These delightful stone cut landmarks as caverns or gufas are made of dark basaltic stones. There is a sum of 109 caverns that can be gotten to through a succession of rock-cut advances. It is accepted that these antiquated caverns were worked between the first century BC and 10th century AD and they filled in as significant pilgrimage journey and learning habitats for Buddhist priests.Exploring Kanheri Caves or Kanheri Gufas is an extraordinary method for finding out about the prevalence of Buddhism in the western piece of India. The gufas are embellished with brilliant ancient sculptures, compositions, carvings and engravings, and one of them has been changed into a monastery too. The cavern complex is considered as a part of the best places to visit in Mumbai.The Perseverance of Indian history and rich culture is best portrayed at this spot. By pursuing Kanheri Caves Sightseen Tour with our professional guides, you get entrancing details of Buddhism and culture. You can meander up to the broad organizations of corridors and staying with our expert aides. Indeed, even the environmental factors of the thick timberland in all actuality do dazzle you to another level. The labyrinth of 109 Kanheri is cut into the basalt rock. Various vegetation offer you a massive possibility spotting deer, macaque monkeys, reptiles, the group of birds and butterflies. It is a to be sure element to see the excellence of private homes, enriching supplication corridors, charming models generally cut into the rough slope. Worthy things to see here are likewise painting and engravings that portray the impact of Buddhism of Indian society.The Kanheri Caves, a bunch of hand-cut Buddhist stone rock sculptures, are one of Mumbai’s top attractions. Yet, the distant area — on an island inside Sanjay Gandhi National Park — can put many travelers off. Get a direct peek at the 109 carvings, some dating from the first century BC, with this helpful and bother free private tour visit, which puts the world-famous legacy site readily available.our visit will start by Kanheri Caves going through the green woods of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. Found 3.5 miles (6 km) inside the park,Explore Buddhist models and alleviation carvings, compositions and engravings, dating from the first century BCE to the tenth century CE..The cave complex contains 109 caverns, cut from the basalt rock.Most of the caverns are utilized as the Buddhist viharas, implied for living, examining, and reflecting. Try not to miss the Buddhist hallowed place, called a stupa, in one of the caverns prior to getting back to Mumbai
• Go on a 5-hour strolling visit to Kanheri Caves comprising of 100+ caverns and rock-cut landmarks
• Make a move to see stupas, cloisters, and dagobas alongside canvases and models in the caverns
• Explore the Sanjay Gandhi National Park and the variety of sanctuaries and perspectives that it brings to the table
• Get joined by an professional and well disposed guide who will give bits of knowledge into the way of life continued in the Buddhist caverns
• Get/Drop-off Location: From your lodging halfway situated in Borivali (in 10 km range)
• Action Timings: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
• Get Time: 8:00 AM
• Action Duration: 5 hours
About Kanheri Caves Tour:
The Kanheri Caves, situated in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, close to Borivali in Mumbai, means an assortment of rock-cut show-stoppers that are displayed as caverns. Investigate the cavern structures alongside the delightful fine art that alludes to the Buddhist effect on the customs and culture of India. Embrace the appeal of antiquated figures, carvings, artworks, and engravings.

Know before you go

Duration: 3-5 hours
Mobile tickets accepted
Instant confirmation
Available languages
English, Hindi, Marathi

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Important information


Professional English speaking guide ✅
All places entry fees ✅
Hotel/Port pick up and drop off ✅
Bottled water ✅
Air-conditioned vehicle ✅
Private transportation ✅
WiFi on board ✅

Price Excludes

Food & Drinks ❌

Departure details

Traveller pickup is offered. ✅


Mumbai Airport, Maharashtra 400099


Mumbai International cruise terminal ( Green Gate)
Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.
Returns to original departure point
Additional information
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Infant seats available
Most travellers can participate
This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Program (1 Day )

Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product.

  • Stop 1

    Stop At: Kanheri Caves, Sanjay Gandhi National Park Borivali East, Mumbai India

    The Kanheri Caves are a group of caves and rock-cut monuments cut into a massive basalt outcrop in the forests of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, on the island of Salsette in the western outskirts of Mumbai, India. They contain Buddhist sculptures and relief carvings, paintings, and inscriptions, dating from the 1st century BCE to the 10th century CE. Kanheri comes from the Sanskrit Krishnagiri, which means black mountain.

    Duration: 4 hours


( Based on 24 reviews )

Tincidunt iaculis pede mus lobortis hendrerit eveniet impedit aenean mauris qui, pharetra rem doloremque laboris euismod deserunt non, cupiditate, vestibulum.

3 Reviews

  1. Tom Sawyer
    Jana 10 2020

    Officia amet posuere voluptates, mollit montes eaque accusamus laboriosam quisque cupidatat dolor pariatur, pariatur auctor.

    1. John Doe
      Jana 10 2020

      Officia amet posuere voluptates, mollit montes eaque accusamus laboriosam quisque cupidatat dolor pariatur, pariatur auctor.

  1. Jaan Smith
    Jana 10 2020

    Officia amet posuere voluptates, mollit montes eaque accusamus laboriosam quisque cupidatat dolor pariatur, pariatur auctor.


Leave a Review