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13 Best Tourist Places To Visit In Nashik

Best Places To Visit In Nashik

 

Nashik is a holy city in the Maharastra, situated on the banks of the Godavari river. Before the Ramayana period, Nashik was known as Panchavati. As Godavari River has its origin in Nashik, making it one of the religious places for Hindus worldwide. Every 12 years, Kumbh Mela is held here. If you plan to visit Nasik city, you will be pleased with your decision as Nashik has social, historical, mythological, and cultural importance. 

Nashik is famous not only for temples but also for Vineyards. The city is also called "Wine Capital of India" as half of India's wineries, and vineyards are located in Nashik.

Nashik is a mixture of Temples, Vineyards and Park. The holy city attracts the tourist from India and the different cities of the world. If you want to visit some of the places of beautiful Nasik, we have the perfect list for you.

Best Places to visit in Nashik

  • Saptashrungi, Vani
  • Iagatpuri
  • Trimbakeshwar Temple
  • Sai Baba Temple, Shirdi
  • Anjaneri Hills
  • Sula Vineyards
  • Nashik Flower Park
  • Pandavleni Caves
  • Muktidham Temple
  • Sita Gumpha
  • Kalaram Temple
  • Ramkund
  • Dugarwadi Waterfall
  • Saptashrungi, Vani

In Maharashtra, the Saptashrungi Ardhsktipit Devine Goddess of three Shaktipeeth. The name Saptashrungi has given to this temple because it is surrounded by seven mountain peaks, situated at 4659km high above sea level. The idol of Devi Saptashrungi is eight feet high and has eight hands, each having various types of weapons. It is about 70km away from Nashik. October to February is the best time to visit the Saptashrungi temple. 

  • Igatpuri

If you love travelling, then Igatpuri should be added to your travel itinerary. Beautiful waterfalls, Tringalwadi Dam and Thal Ghat, Sunrise and Sunset views are the main attractions of Igatpuri. Igatpuri is a haven for nature lovers. While reaching Igatpuri, you can also enjoy the various types of activities like hiking and mountaineering. If you are going to visit Nasik, don't miss this place.

  • Trimbakeshwar Temple

One of the most important religious places of Nashik is Trimbakeshwar Temple, located 28km from Nashik, Maharashtra. It is one of the important Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. It is believed that those who visit the Trimbakeshwar temple attain salvation, which is why people worldwide visit this temple. There are three lingas in this temple resembling Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva.

Trimbakshwar temple is much known for its religious ceremony. Purohit Sangh performs pujas like Narayan Nagbali, Kalsarp Dosh Puja, Tripindi Shradh, Mahamrityunjay Jaap, Rudhra Abhishek, Kumbh Vivah in Trimbakeshwar. These Guruji/Panditji are "Tamrapatradhari Purohits". Tamrapatradhari means who has a birthright to perform pooja at Trimbakeshwar Temple.

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  • Sai Baba Temple, Shirdi

Sai Baba Temple in Shirdi needs no definition as its name signifies the importance of the place. This temple is one of the famous tourist places in Nashik. Due to the popularity of the Sai Baba temple, every year, lakhs of devotees came here to attain salvation. Along with the temple, you can also enjoy Sai Teerth Devotional Theme Park. Sai teerth theme park is the most unique and beautiful place. I would suggest everyone visit there. 

Sai Baba, Shirdi is nearly 83 km from Nashik.

  • Anjaneri Hills

Anjaneri is the perfect place for trekking which is only 30 km from Nashik. It is believed that Lord Hanumana took birth at this place. If you are adventure lovers, you can enjoy trekking and mountaineering activities at Anjneri hills. Also, visit the world-famous dense forest of Anjneri.

  • Sula Vineyards

Are you ready for the wine tour? Sula vineyards take you to Nashik first winery in the city. Most of the factories have there set up here. To view the process of making wine, you can take group or personalised wine tours of Sula vineyards. It is only 15km from Nashik.

  • Nashik Flower Park

Other than religious places, Nashik flower park is one of the beautiful attraction in Nashik. The Flower Park is located at Anjneri hills near Trimbakeshwar, Nashik. You will get to see many different kinds of flowers in different colours. One who love to capture lots of pictures, then this is the place made for you. Opening hours of the park from 11 am to 7 pm. Park remains closed in the summer season. 

  • Pandavleni Caves

Pandavleni Caves are also called Nashik caves which is 8km from Nashik. It is a group of 24 caves between the 1st and 3rd century BC. 300 steps take you to the top of the mountain. Pandavleni is one of the best places for trekking lover. Most of the people prefered this place for meditation and exercise.

  • Muktidham Temple

Muktidham temple is a popular tourist attraction located about 7km from Nashik city. It is very close to Nashik railway station. Temple houses replicas of all twelve Jyotirlingas in the same dimension as the original Jyotirlingas. The everyday temple is open from 7 am to 8.30 pm.

  • Sita Gumpha

Sita Gumpha is located in the Panchavati area of Nashik and considered one of the best religious places of Nashik. The cave is situated inside a temple. As per Hindu Mythology, Lord Ram, Sita and Laxman lived here during exile.  Opening timing of temple from 6 am to 7 pm. The caves here are very narrow and can be difficult for some people as you need to crawl through to see the caves. 

  • Kalaram Temple

This Hindu temple is dedicated to Lord Ram. The temple's name "Kalaram Temple" given from the fact that the colour of the statue of Lord Ram is black. The statutes of Lakshman and Sita are also carved from the same type of stone.

  • Ramkund

On the banks of River Godavari, Ramkund is situated. It is the most famous place of Nashik as the Kumbha Mela takes place every 12 years here. It is believed that Lord Ram has bathed here, hence the name Ramkund. Most Hindus immerse the mortal remains of their relatives here. 

  • Dugarwadi Waterfall

It will be an incredible experience to enjoy the waterfall flowing from the hilltop. It is famous for its natural beauty. Most of the people come here to take fresh & natural air and experience fog. The water level may rise at any point, so; tourists are always requested to stay away from it and cherish the beauty from a certain distance. It is 36km from Nashik. Monsoon season is the best time to visit this beautiful place. 

If you are planning to visit Nashik, then this blog will help you to explore Nashik City. 

 

18 May '21 Tuesday

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