I can't understand why the reviews of this place are so good. It takes 1 hour to get to the island by boat (145 rupee return) to see some okay caves and a cannon on a hill. It costs 500 rupees for entry for foreigners....More
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This place is in the midst of maintenance to protect the cave and to be more informative for tourists. It's a great place to get to know another world heritage that was hidden for so long. Thanks to Sanya, for arranging a memorable trip, not...More
We reached Sanjay Gandhi National Park at 7.30 in the morning. But maybe being a week end was quiet crowded even so early. After buying tickets we headed straight to Kanheri Caves. The weather was actually quiet perfect for climbing. The entry fees for adults...More
Getting to the caves (north of the city) is challenging as the traffic is horrific. Once you get to the park, you can drive all the way to the caves (after paying a fee)--if you don't drive you'll have quite the hike to get there....More
Avoid going in summers, too hot. Place to go with family. Three to Four caves are the most important ones with almost everything intact.
good place but not so good to come back again. no public transport to reach no place to eat no shelter.
This caves are located in the sanjay gandhi national park. I went with my friends and we walked all the way to the caves through the nature. It was one of the best experience of nature trails.
The place is very nice. Three to Four caves are the most important ones with almost everything intact. I wished there was a guide or at least audio guide to go around this place. The caves are an amazing find. On a weekday it is...More
I visited Kanheri on a sunny day and that was it. The place is beautiful but it gets tiring if you walk up or ride during the summer season. We hired bikes to reach the place, which made it more tiring for us. Overall the...More