Nandurbar district in Maharashtra is a picturesque haven nestled amidst the Sahyadri mountain ranges, offering a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage. The lush greenery, cascading waterfalls, and tranquil rivers create a serene backdrop for exploration and relaxation. Visitors can immerse themselves in the region’s rich cultural tapestry by exploring ancient temples and experiencing the vibrant traditions of the local tribal communities. Whether trekking through the verdant forests, marveling at the majestic landscapes, or embracing the cultural diversity, Nandurbar district promises an enchanting and unforgettable journey for all who visit.

Travel Essentials

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27 - 38°C

Ideal Duration

1 - 2 days

Best Time

November to Febuary

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Top Attractions

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Asthamba, Nandurbar

Asthamba is the religious place of Nandurbar region and is located in Akrani Tehsil


The Unapdev hot water springs are located at a distance of 6 km from Adavad village in Shahada taluka .

Toranmal (Hill Station)

A hill station, Yashwant Lake, Sita-Khaani valley, very green natural scenery, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and numerous earth-massed pylons


A place is located in Shahada taluka of Nandurbar district on the banks of the Tapi River.

Shirish Kumar Smarak

Mahatma Gandhi started the Quit India movement against the British in 1942.

How to Reach

By Air

The nearest airport to Nandurbar is Surat Airport, approximately 140 km away. It connects to major Indian cities, and from there, you can take a taxi or bus to Nandurbar.

By Train

Nandurbar Railway Station is well-connected within the Western Railway network, offering direct trains to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and other major cities.

By Road

Nandurbar is accessible via National Highway 56. Regular state transport and private buses link Nandurbar with cities like Pune, Mumbai, and Surat.
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