Sula Vineyards, Dudhsagar Falls, Saptashrungi, Trimbakeshwar Temple, Pandavleni Caves, Sita Gumpha, Anjaneri Hills, Gangapur Dam, Dugarwadi Waterfall, Kalaram Temple, Vallonne Vineyards, Harihar Fort, Coin Museum, Muktidham, Vihigaon Waterfall, Tringalwadi Fort and many more.
When you think about Nashik tourist places, a number of options pop-up in your mind. Some of these destinations are quite popular among the masses, while some others still need a lot of your attention. The most exciting thing about Nashik is its versatility when it comes to tourist destinations. A beautiful town situated on the banks of the river Godavari, Nashik is surrounded by nine hills; blessed with an enchanting panorama, and pleasant climate.
Popularly known as the “wine and grape capital” of India, Nashik is blessed with natural beauty, cultural heritage, and rich history. “Panchvati”, the place where Lord Rama lived with his wife Sita and brother Laxman during his 14-years of exile from Ajodhya, is a part of the beautiful city Nashik itself.
For anyone who is visiting the beautiful city for the first time, it has a lot to offer. Whether you wish to explore your spiritual self, or you are looking for some fine wine tasting experience, Nashik will not disappoint you at all. Surely, there are a number of places to visit in Nashik offering you memories that stay with you forever!Booking Enquiry
Pickup From Mumbai Proceed To Shirdi Enroute Visit Trimbakeshwar Temple, Anjaneri and Panchvati area. Arrival at Nashik. Nashik is an industial town and a renowned pilgrim destinationvisited for its Proximity to Trimbakeshwar (One of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples of Lord Shiva at halfan hour drive from Nashik) and temples & Caves with Ramayana era significance. Proceed toTrymbakeshwar Temple Darshan. On the return take a short diversion to visit Anjaneri, believed tobe the Birthplace of Lord Hahuman. In the afternoon visit Panchvati area and visit NaroshankarTemple by Godavari River and Sita Gunfa. Thereafter proceed to visit Pandav Caves (BuddhistCaves) and Kalaram Temple (Ancient Temple).
Proceed to Shirdi Via Shani Shinganapur Temple Travel to Shirdi (90 kms from Nashik - 2hours), a renowned pilgrimage and one of the most visited temples in India. Instead of taking straight road to Shirdi, reach Shirdi Via Shani Shinganapur (A renowned Lord Shani Temple and requires 70 kms detour from Shirdi Nashik Route). Evening Darshan at Shirdi Saibaba Temple.
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