Nashik Tour

Nashik Tourist Spots

Nashik has a exclusivecombination of evolution andtransformationin dwellings and settlements. This town also flaunts historical significance from the times ofthe Legendary Lord Rama, who spent time in Nashik during his phase of exile. For Hindus, Nashik is one of the religious places, which is why it is known as the City of temples. The range of Sahyadri mountains adds to the picturesqueexquisiteness of the articulately combined agricultural harvestsalongside the with vineyards. Nashik has been a paradise for several people who love visiting the temples, caves, museums and the Kumbhmela.

This mystique city is perfectly surrounded by deep valleys, forts, shrines, lakes and waterfalls, making it an ideal tourist place for hordes of travelers from all over the globe. The Bhandardara which is spitting throw from Nashik also adds to its beauty, where in the popular Wilson Dam is situated besidesherd of Sahyadri hills. Nashik is also close to the Amruteshwar Temple and the Ratangad Fort which is ideal for trekkers and mountaineers.In fact, theuppermostmountaintop of Maharashtra – Kaslubai is just a stone’s throw away from the city limits of Nashik. People flock this place to view the mountain table from sky high approximately 1646 meters above.

Tourist Spots in and around Nashik

Saputara

One of the cleanest hill station in Maharashtra with acceptable facilities lies on the border of Maharashtra &Gujarat State. The tourist attraction flocks to view varied hill points for sunrise and sunset from here.

  • Coin Museum

  • Gondeshwar Temple

  • Shree Sunder Narayan Temple

  • Teertharaj Gajapantha - Chamber Caves

  • Mukti Dham

  • Shree Kapaleshwar Mahadev

  • Shree Someshwar Temple, Gangapur

  • Pandav Caves(Pandav Lani)

  • Naroshankar Temple

  • Dadasaheb Phalke Memorial

  • Shree Sunder Narayan Temple

  • Trayambakeshwar Shrine

  • Shree Ved Temple

  • Sita Gumpha (Cave)

  • Dutondya Maruti

  • Godavari Ghat

  • Ramkund

  • Dhammagiri, Igatpuri

  • NandurMadhmeshwar

  • Artillery Centre