Travel from Aurangabad to Yavatmal. It is a great experience. The cities are known for their tourism and the recreation facilities. The drive from Aurangabad to Yavatmal is only of 5 hours 16 minutes and are separated by a distance of 338kms. Yavatmal is named after the mountains of "Yavat". The transport facilities from Yavatmal are good as there are National Highways, Railway station and also Yavatmal Airport, which is only 9kms away from the city. Aurangabad is known to live the history by means of its forts and the historical monuments. The Ajanta caves, Ellora caves, Aurangabad caves, Daulatabad Fort, Kailash Temple, Grishneshwar, Jyotirlinga that is one of the twelve jyotirlings in the Shiva Purana are in Aurangabad. The places are a treat for the historians and also the devotees in and around the country who come to visit the city around the year. Due to the presence of the tourist places of significance, the city of Aurangabad is also called the Tourist Capital of the state of Maharashtra. People come to visit the attractions from the surrounding cities too. On the way to Yavatmal, The Pink City Jaipur is present which is a major halt for the travelers.
Distance between Aurangabad and Yavatmal is and the average travel time is using a cab.
Aurangabad named after Aurangzeb, the Mughal Emperor, is a city in Maharashtra. Aurangabad means Built by the Throne'. Being a tourist hub, the city has many historical monuments of great importance.
Aurangabad is said to be a City of Gates and the strong presence of these can be felt as one drives through the city. Recently, Aurangabad has been declared as Tourism Capital of Maharashtra. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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You can reach Yavatmal from Aurangabad by road in about using a cab upon driving using a cab.
Yavatmal of Maharashtra is a town located about 440 metres above sea level in the Vidharbha region. It is known for its farmer population and hilly tracts of land. It is in proximity to Amravati, Chandrapur, Akola and Parbhani districts. Yavatmal is well connected by the road to the nearby cities like Wardha, Nagpur, Akola Amravati. Shakuntala rail, a narrow rail, is available connecting Yavatmal to central line broad gauge at Murtijapur. Railways and Roads are the major modes of transport in Yavatmal district. NH 7(National Highway 7) from Nagpur to Hyderabad passes through the district at Patanbori, Karanji, Pandharkawada, Vadki and Kelapur. State highway from Amravati to Chandrapur passes through Jodmoha, Umari, Ner, Mohada, Yavatmal, Karanji and Wani. Nagpur to Tulzapur state highway route passes through Arni, Yavatmal, Kalamb, Umarkhed etc. Yavatmal airport is located 9 Kilometres east of the city of Yavatmal and has been taken up by Reliance Airport Developers Ltd for development. Savaari cab rental services ply on these routes. The best time to visit the town is winter season..
The Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary and the Painganga Wildlife Sanctuary are the two sanctuaries that are a source of attraction to wildlife and nature lovers. Waghadi River is a delightful sight for travellers who visit Yavatmal.
Yavatmal is famous for the grandeur collection of the ancient temples and scenic picnic spots which it owns. The Datta Mandir, the Narsimha Temple, the Kalamb and the Khateshwar Maharaj Temple are a few examples of the numerous pilgrim centres found here. Yavatmal also homes the Khojochi Mosque and the Jagat Temple. A village called Kalamb near Yavatmal is a popular site where the ancient underground temple of Chintamani Ganesh is present. Nearby, the Ganesh Kunda a holy water tank can also be seen. Other places of tourist attraction include Prerna Sthal, Shardashram, Bougon Lake, Chousala, Dhumnapur, Jaitvan and Hemadpanthi Temple. Yavatmal City is a hub for education for the various streams of knowledge. Tourists can book a Savaari cab and visit all these places comfortably.