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Address:
Plot No X - 4/5 - B, TTC Industrial Area
MIDC, Mahape, Shilphata Road
Navi Mumbai  Maharashtra  400701  India
LAT: 19.114052 LONG: 73.012594
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1800 1800 456 (India Toll-free)
+1 (800) 830-5222 (US/Canada Toll-free)

Telephone: +91 22-6159-4000 Fax: +91 22-6159-4040

Email:
chapdistsvcs@carlson.com

Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Navi Mumbai

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Nearby Caves

Don't forget to explore the ancient caves that surround this hotel's location in Mahape. During your exploration, be on the lookout for carvings and sculptures that date back thousands of years.

Nearby caves include:
  • Ajanta Caves
    Dating back to the second century BC, these caves are famous for their intricate mural paintings. They are located approximately 100 km from the Aurangabad district.
  • Aurangabad Caves
    These 12 caves are carved out of a hillside near Bibi Ka Maqbara and contain a fascinating collection of carvings and sculptures, including a large Buddha figure.
  • Elephanta Caves
    Dating back to the ninth and 12th centuries, these intricate caves are located on Elephanta Island and are dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
  • Ellora Caves
    Find 34 magnificent temples carved out of stone at this attraction, situated in the Aurangabad district. Historians believe the carvings were created between 350 and 700 AD.
  • Kanheri Caves
    More than 100 caves, each with a stone plinth that once served as a bed, are featured at this extensive complex, where visitors can also find enormous Buddhist statues and an advanced drainage system.
  • Karla and Bhaja Caves
    Located near a waterfall in Lonavala, these ancient caves feature a large Buddhist temple and an elaborate Buddha statue.
  • Pandavleni Caves
    Constructed by the Jain kings, these caves date back 2,000 years and contain an impressive array of religious artwork, along with built-in water tanks.
  • Pitalkhora Caves
    The Pitalkhora Caves date back to the second century BC and still contain some original pillars, which are covered with fifth-century paintings.