Igatpuri Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing in Igatpuri can be a real treat if planned well! Located in Maharashtra’s Nashik district, Igatpuri’s beauty lies in its forts, temples, rich architecture and abundant beauty of the mountains and valleys around, and sightseeing tours in Igatpuri do justice to it all.

Apart from a plush panoramic view of Mount Kalsubai and Kulang, the town is frequented by travellers from across the globe for the tranquil Vipassana International Centre, where visitors find peace in meditation and rejuvenate their minds and souls while on this short break. There are various meditation courses offered by the centre which you can enroll for.

Other spots for sightseeing in Igatpuri are the Bhatsa River Valley and the Camel Valley, which defines nature at its finest, the Tringalwadi Fort, which at 3000 feet high sees a lot of adventure enthusiasts, and the Amruteshwar Temple which can be accessed by a boat ride on Arthur Lake, that adds to the fun!

Igatpuri is opulent in beauty and rich in culture, offering something to everyone; nature lovers, travellers seeking thrill, and those who simply want to sit back and relax.

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Vipassana International Academy 
There’s a lot of sightseeing in Igatpuri, but nothing matches the beauty of this sight, also called the Dhamma Giri Meditation Centre. It is renowned for its various meditation courses, especially the 10-day course which sees visitors from near and afar. The meditational practices here date back to 2500 years ago when they were discovered by Buddha.

Vaitarna Dam 
Constructed decades ago, the dam looks lovely with black waters stretching across for miles, surrounded by woods, which makes it a favourite among nature lovers.
Camel Valley - Literally shaped like a camel, the valley is situated near the Bhatsa River and is frequented by tourists who love gazing at the waterfall that cascades from a height of approximately 1000 feet.

Amruteshwar Temple
Built-in the 11th century, Amruteshwar is an architectural marvel dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is popular for its intricate carvings and the view of Maharashtra’s highest mountain peak, Mount Kalsubai, that can be seen beyond the temple.

Tringalwadi Fort
Situated at an altitude of 3000 feet above sea level, Tringalwadi Fort is worth a visit for the mesmerising view of the entire town! It is a favourite among trekkers, architecture and nature lovers for the serene spectacle of lush greenery and mountains that it offers.

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