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What You Should Know More About Things To Do in Nashik
Below mentioned are the best things to do in Nashik:
Sun soaked meadows and balmy skies, a visit to the expansive Sula vineyards is a must while in Nashik.
The Pandavleni Caves are situated on Trivashmi Hill. They date back to 2000 years ago. These are Jain and Buddhist caves, which served as a venue for sermons and disciple lessons. Explore these complex caves when you’re in Nashik.
Trek up Anjneri Hill for a serene, sweeping view of the place. The dense greenery around these mountains, makes Anjneri a trekking friendly destination.
Pay your respects at the Trimbakeshwar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva; the grand Kalaram Temple, known for its architecture; Tapovan; Sita Gufa; Muktidham Temple; Someshwar Temple and the peaceful Sai Baba temple and Lok Mandir that devotees frequent. Ramkund Tank, also has religious connotation
Gushing waterfalls near Someshwar Temple. This is a scenic location suitable for photographs.
If you are interested in Numismatics, this is the place for you. It is situated among the Anjneri Hills and narrates Indian history through coins and currency!
Vipassana is an ancient meditation technique. Nashik houses India’s largest and most prestigious Vipassana Centre.
Adventure activities in Nashik:
Kick off your fears and soar high, as you go paragliding or parasailing. Nashik offers training courses for the same. The cost comes up to Rs. 800 per head.
Air-gliding is another thrilling activity, offered at Deolali Gliding Club at Gandhinagar airfield.
Hiking up the forest-dressed hills of Anjneri is an adrenalizing experience. Trimbak is another trekking-friendly spot, which will take you to Trimbak Plateau and Trimbakeshwar Temple.
Nashik is home to many vineyards. Most of these offer sampling sessions and guided tours. Some of the best places for wine tasting are
The most famous winery in India. Sula offers one-day wine appreciation course every Thursday. It costs Rs. 350 for wine sampling and vineyard tour.
This vineyard occupies a great area of the Gangapur Dam. The winery boasts a premium Reserve Shiraz. It costs Rs. 150-250 for a tour and tasting. Recently, it released its own sparkling wine York Sparkling Brut.
Relatively new, this winery is based in a rather attractive property. Its best known for its range of rose, reds and white wine blend.
It’s revered for offering the French Chateau experience in India, with its focus on French wine. Rose, Merlot, Syrah are some of the wines offered here.
Nestled in a decadent ambience, Grover is best known for its premium Zampa wine. The wines here include Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet and Shiraz.
The famous campsites near Nashik are listed below:
Others include Bhandardara and Vasind.
The best places for trekking in Nashik are Anjneri Hills, Tribal Plateau and finally, the Everest of Maharashtra, Kalsubai. Kalsubai is flanked by lush foliage on all sides and is cradled in the lap of the steep Western Ghats.
The famous markets to shop in Nashik are listed below:
Best known for its high-fashion clothes and branded wear, available at nominal rates.
This lively market sells eclectic woollens.
This is a busy vegetable and fruit market.
Known for its range of pretty trinkets and jewellery.
Other shopping haunts include MG Road, Main Road and Deolali Marketplace.
Boating in Nashik is best enjoyed at Gangapur Lake. The lake also offers kayaking and canoeing, besides being an excellent spot for bird watching.
The costs depend on nationality and age. Generally, the cost is Rs. 100 per person, for a half-an-hour ride. Charges for kayaking are higher, priced at around Rs. 300/head.
One of the best destinations for Paragliding in Nashik is the Gandhinagar Airfield, Deolali at the Deolali Gliding Club. There are other adventure clubs in Nashik which offer the activity and some of them are located at Saharanpur. A short trail, culminates a paragliding experience of 4 hours. Costs come up to Rs. 800 per person.
The best places for wine tasting tour in Nashik are Sula Vineyards, Vallonne Vineyards, Grover Zampa Vineyards and York winery, all of which boast a nice mix of reds, whites, sparkling wines and Rose.
Pay your respects at the Trimbakeshwar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Tourists also visit the grand Kalaram Temple, known for its architecture. Another place of religious significance here is Tapovan. Sita Gufa, was the venue of Goddess Sita’s stay during the 14-year exile and is visited by tourists even today. Muktidham Temple is made entirely of Makrana marble and is a sight to behold. Someshwar Temple with the water backdrop is also a must-visit. In addition, there are the peaceful Sai Baba Temple and Lok Mandir that devotees frequently visit. Ramkund Tank, also has religious connotation. Ram and Sita used to bathe in this ‘’kund’’. The tank’s water is considered holy even today.
Traveller Tales From Nashik
23 October 2017
We took a bus from Mumbai at 9 am in the morning which was supposed to reach Nashik at 2. The bus broke down on the way and we reached at 5. We took an auto from the bus stop till the soma serviced apa...
22 November 2017
We spent a very good day in Nashik. It was a perfect combination of adventure and beauty of nature in this resort at Nashik. The visit to this resort was a unanimous decision of all of us and we did no...
13 August 2015
Vine touring is famous these days, and yes this is actually great at Nashik, I forced my boyfriend to take me to this place as my college buddies had been there already and were praising like anything....
22 November 2017
Many of us are in love with wine. We taste all kinds of wine but do not know how they are made. Nashik, one of the largest wine breweries of India, has organized a special trip from Mumbai to one of th...
27 November 2015
It was a nice trek. Being in Nashik on a vacation, we decided to take this. Although we knew the place in and out we wanted to go with professionals as it was about trekking and we were happy to have d...
13 January 2016
It was a very delightful experience for our group. The trek guides kept us informed about the terrains and also made the hikes easy for us by giving some simple tips. The beauty of the Harihargad Fort ...
07 September 2015
Wine stay and tasting experience was indeed a new experience for me. I went with family. Wine tasting session was nice. Stayed there and enjoyed different kind of wine on the first floor. Clean air and
02 August 2015
The trek was not so tough but you can expect a lot of fun and excitement during the hike; especially the 117 steps. Reach the fort and take your own time to discover its rustic charm. Seriously, there
18 October 2015
The place is excellent for couple and with friend. The ambience of resort and garden is quite mesmerizing. The cool breeze helps you relax. The excellent quality of wine tasting and its procedures help
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