The wine and grape capital of India in the northern part of Maharashtra is Nashik. The river Godavari originates from Trimbakeshwar which is 24 kilometres from Nashik city bringing about best climate conditions in the city. Scattered over the city are various strongholds and grand sanctuaries that compete for space with production lines and different images of Modern India. Apart from Wines and Grapes, Nashik India is also an important Hindu pilgrimage centre.
Attracted by a large population due to its existence in the pages of Hindu festivals and rituals as one the four centres where Kumbh Mela take place once every twelve years. A traveller’s eye catching attractions in Nashik includes not only Kumbh Mela or Vineyards but also the presence of rivers and temple architecture.
Being in the northern does not mean that the city is isolated, Nashik is connected with the major centres near it. One can travel from Mumbai to Nashik in not less than 3 hours via NH160 while from Nashik to Shirdi in only two hours. In the event that you observe the Nashik map, it shows that the city is the third biggest urban zone of Maharashtra after Mumbai Metropolitan Region and the Pune.
Planning a visit to Nashik not only includes the understanding of Roads to and tourist places in Nashik but also about the best time to visit Nashik. A good time to pay a visit to Nashik to experience a calm and quiet weather is October to March. On the off chance that you are a rainstorm sweetheart and your desire is to appreciate Nashik rain then June to September is the ideal time for you.
From religious and pious places to tourist places in Nashik, there are numerous sites of attraction. You can spend a holiday in Nashik by checking out the best attractions and you can also spend a nice evening or weekend with your loved ones in the quietness of lakes and falls.
Trimbakeshwar is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga destinations in India. Trimbakeshwar is arranged in the core of the town Trimbak at a separation of 36 km’s from Nasik. Devotees from all over India visit the holy place every day. Trimbakeshwar Nashik is the only place where the Shivalinga is under the ground and is tri faced.
As the name, this temple is associated with a black idol of Lord Rama as the word Kala in the Hindi language depicts black colour. The temple is also famous for its beautiful and fantabulous architecture.
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Located at a distance of 8-kilo metres from the city, near Someshwar Temple, the falls offers a spectacular and picturesque view. In the monsoon season, the natural beauty of the Dudhsagar Fall is at its best and you cannot take your eyes off from it. The falling water here is so white same as the colour of milk and the same is the reason for its name as Dudhsagar Falls. The Dudhsagar falls are one of the best waterfalls not only in India but in the whole world.
Another of the so called pious places in Nashik, of which the Hindu devotees believe that a dip in the holy water of Ramkund will wash their sins and fulfil all their wishes. Mentioned in the epic Ramayana that when Lord Rama was in exile for years, he used to bathe in the Ramkund while his stay in Nashik.
Sule Vineyards are Valley’s first commercial vineyard located in Nashik, Maharashtra. The Vineyard spreads over an area of 160 acres in Nashik and it also houses a resort to live in the winery and a tasting room in which people can taste different samples and varieties of wines produced at the winery and they let you taste different wines also.
Sulafest is celebrated here, every year in the month February. People come from different places to join and enjoy the event.
Also known as Trirashmi Caves, located on the Trivashmi Hill. Thousands of years old the caves were home to some Jain saints and were built by Jain kings. Apart from reaching the caves through steps people also enjoy trekking to reach the top. The beautiful work of Dadasahab Phalke can be seen at Dadasahab Phalke Smarak which is situated at the bottom of Pandavleni Caves.
Various designs, art and inscriptions, pillars and water tanks are there in the total of 24 caves. Pandavleni Caves is worth visiting as apart from its rich history it also delights you with musical fountains, museums and delicious food at different shops present there.
The camp is an important military centre. Established by British, the camp located around 16-kilo metres from Nashik city. With plants and trees, clean and fresh air the place is a perfect destination to spend some time with yourself in tranquillity. The area is surrounded by playgrounds and gardens where you can plan a short family picnic on weekends.
Harihargad is a fort at the top a hill also called as hill fort. It is situated in Trimbak range 5o kilo metres from Nashik city and is a perfect destination for trekking where you can have a thrilling experience in rainy season but also considered as a tough in monsoons. If you are a trekking enthusiast this is the place for you as this trek will make you feel restless at points but when you will reach the top you will find that trek is rewarding.
And at the end you will find that Nashik gives you places and things to do for every phase of a day, from morning breakfasts to evening desert you can have different choices for everything and anything, you can have breakfast at Sadhna which offers you the best missal pav or you can plan a dinner date at Malaka Spice surrounded by lakes and mountains.
You can taste wines at Sula Vineyards and at the same time, you can experience a tour of its high-tech estate.
You can wash your sins by bathing in the holy waters of Ramkund or you can trek the morning at hills or caves.
All together Nashik as a tourist destination is worth giving a shot if you are planning for Maharashtra State, the city is semi urban and you can have dual experience from Nashik talkies to Cinemax Nashik.
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