Mumbai has a crowded by very efficient local train network. The local train rail network covers the whole city and beyond. The rail network is divided into three lines : Western, Central, and Harbour Lines. Some of it shares the same stations.

Mumbai Rail Map for Elephanta

Mumbai Suburban Rail connections to reach Elephanta.

Churchgate and CST are nearest railway station to Gateway of India. From there you can take the Ferry to Elephanta. Copyright Info: The original of this image is sourced from Wikimedia attributed to PlaneMad. This map is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic license.

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CST Station

Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST or CSTM in railways parlance) in Mumbai holds many distinctions.It is the busiest railway station in India.

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Ferry returning to Mumbai from Elephanta. The Elephanta Island in the backdrop.

How to reach Elephanta Caves

Elephanta is an island off the Mumbai (Bombay) coast.So the first point is to get to Mumbai.

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Taj Mahal Hotel as seen on the way back from Elephanta Caves

Taj Mahal Hotel

Built  a hundred years ago, the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai has many interesting facets.This was built by a prominent industrialist Jamshedji Tata, as he was barred from entering a 'Whites Only' Watson's Hotel in Mumbai.

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Kanheri Caves

Kanheri Caves

Kanheri caves in Mumbai is often compared with other caves in the region such as Ajanta and Ellora Caves.And often the conclusion is that it is not spectacular as Ajanta and Ellora Caves!

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Gateway of India on the Wellington Pier ( also known as Apollo Bunder)

Gateway of India

The Gateway structure stands in the edge of a pier called Wellington Pier also popularly known as Apollo Bunder.The Gateway overlooks the Arabian Sea.

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Mumbai Street

Mumbai

Elephanta Island is located at a 1 hour ferry ride from Mumbai.

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Donner figures in Kanheri Caves, Mumbai

Attractions of Kanheri Caves

Kanheri Caves located in Mumbai represent a fine specimen of medieval India's Rockcut architecture.Its history of spans from as late as 11 century AD to as early as 3rd century BC, exited during the functional period of the Elephanta Caves
The architectural attractions are broadly classified as fol...