Shirdi Cabs

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About Shirdi Cabs


  • Hotel Stay

    Best Hotel Booking under your budget, with and without food.

  • TravelAir, Train and Road

    All travel service arrangement taken care of.

  • Sight SeeingPls stay 2/4 days in Shirdi

    We promise to show you many interesting places around shirdi.

Description of the Services

Variety of vehicles to choose from Indica, Innova, Tavera , Scorpio, Tata Sumo, Qualis, Maruti esteem and many more. Vehicles available on Kilometres as well as Trip Basis We are providing vehicle for all Local darshan & scenes.

Vehicle is available on Kilometers and Trip Basis Shirdi Cab, a complete travel solution, we are showing Shirdi Darshan and many interesting places around Shirdi. Travel service is available for 24 hours.

May God almighty Shri Sai Baba of Shirdi always have his enduring blessings on us all, amen.  

Around ShirdiSight seeing

We also organise local sight seeing regularly to places like Shani Shingnapur, Trimbakeshwar, Aurangabad, Ajanta Ellora, Nashik Darshan and many interesting places around Shirdi.

Tour No-1 SHANI SHINGNAPUR (Shingnapur-180 Kms.):- Sakuri-Upasani Maharaj Kanyakumari Sthan, Renuka Mata Temple, Shani Temple.

Tour No-2 NASHIKDARSHAN  (300  Kms.) Muktidham, Trimbakeshwar, Godavari Ugamsthan, Khusvatrha Tirtha , Panchvati, Kapila Godavari Sangam Shiv Mandir , Kapaleshwar Mandir, Kalaram , Goraram , Seetagupha Etc.

Tour No-3 AURANGABAD (300 Kms ) Ghrushneshwar Temple, Ellora caves, Daulatabad Fort, Bibi Ka Maqbara (Mini TajMahal), Pawan Chakki .

Tour No-4 SAPTASHRINGI  MATA (VANI MATA ) (300 Kms)-Saptsrungi Mata Mandir.

Tour No-5 AJANTHA   (500 Kms Up TO Down):- Ghrusheshwar Temple, Ellora caves,Bibi Ka Maqbara, (Mini TajMahal), Pawan Chakki.and Ajantha.


- Special arrangements for group bookings -

Travel Desk

Pick-up and Drop available from nearby airports Mumbai, Pune , Aurangabad

Pilgrim Sites

Nashik Darshan ( One Day ) 280kms up & down
trimbakeshwar temple
a) Muktidham b) Trimbakeshwar: Jyotirling, Kushavarth Tirth, Godawari Ugamsthan. c) Panchwati: Kalaram, Goraram, Seeta Gufa, Kapaleshwar, Auran Waruna, sangam, Ramkund, shiv mandir.
Shani Shingnapur ( up & down 4 hours) 160kms
Shri Shaneshwar Devasthan Shanishingnapur's legend in Taluk Naivasa of District Ahmednagar is famous, far and wide, as the shrine of countless devotees. The number of its unbelievable miracles finds its place of pride in The Guinness book of World Records. Ahmednagar's population is known popularly as the place of saints. God Shani occupies a place of fear in the minds of most people in India. There is needless terror about God Shani in the minds of people. Unlike other Gods in the pantheon, why are you scared of God Shani? Although he is your friend, and not your enemy? In our day to day life, there is a great place of importance for strength and mercy in our lives.

Historical Sites

Aurangabad Darshan ( One Day ) 280kms up & down
ellora caves
a) Grushneshwar Temple (Jyotirling) b) Ellora caves (tuesday closed) c) Mini Taj Mahal d) Bhadra Maruti ( glass temple) e) Daulatabad Fort ( running point) f) Pawan Chakki ( last dropping Point)
Ajantha Darshan ( One Day ) 500kms up & down
ajanta caves
Site is closed on Mondays
The Ajanta Caves are situated at a distance of 107 km north of Aurangabad, the district headquarters. The caves attained the name from a nearby village named Ajanta located about 12 km. These caves were discovered by an Army Officer in the Madras Regiment of the British Army in 1819 during one of his hunting expeditions. Instantly the discovery became very famous and Ajanta attained a very important tourist destination in the world. The caves, famous for its murals, are the finest surviving examples of Indian art, particularly painting. These caves are excavated in horse–shoe shaped bend of rock surface nearly 76 m in height overlooking a narrow stream known as Waghora. The location of this valley provided a calm and serene environment for the Buddhist monks who retreated at these secluded places during the rainy seasons. This retreat also provided them with enough time for furthering their religious pursuits through intellectual discourses for a considerably longer period. The caves were excavated in different periods (circa. 2nd century B.C. to 6th century A.D.) according to the necessity. Each cave was connected to the stream by a flight of steps, which are now almost obliterated, albeit traces of some could be noticed at some places.

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