Nashik, nestled in Maharashtra’s embrace, enchants visitors with its spiritual aura, historical allure, and scenic vistas. Central to its allure is the sacred Trimbakeshwar Temple, beckoning pilgrims from far and wide to seek solace and blessings. The city’s heritage echoes through ancient marvels like the Pandavleni Caves, whispering tales of bygone eras. Embraced by vineyards and orchards, Nashik proudly wears the title of India’s ‘Wine Capital,’ inviting visitors to savor its flavorful wines amidst rolling hills. The gentle flow of the Godavari River offers tranquil retreats for contemplation and relaxation. Dive into the lively markets to discover a vibrant tapestry of culture, taste local delights like Misal Pav, and collect treasures of traditional crafts. Nashik’s blend of spirituality, history, and natural splendor promises an unforgettable journey through Maharashtra’s soul.

Travel Essentials

Here are the travel essentials one should know


24 - 37°C

Ideal Duration

2 - 3 days

Best Time

July to March

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Top Attractions

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All religion temple Tapovan

All-religion temple Tapovan All-religion temple in the Tapovan area of Panchavati, which has been sanctified by Lord Ramchandra’s stay

Mangi Tungi Temple

Mangi Tungi Temple is at 125 km from Nashik ,located in Satana Taluka.


Panchvati is situated on the left banks of sacred river Godavari in Nashik city

Pandav Caves

These caves are located on hill at the outskirts of Nashik city on Nashik Mumbai road (NH3) Dadasaheb Phalke smarak.

Trimbakeshwar Temple

Shri Trimbakeshwar Temple is located at a distance of about 28 km from Nashik City

Shree Saptshrungi Gad Vani

Shree Saptshrungi Gad is situated at a distance of 60 km from Nashik in Kalwan Tahsil.

Shree Someshwar Temple

This temple is on the way to Gangapur dam, at a distance of 8km from Central Bus Stand

Ramkund Nashik

Ramkund is located along the bank of Godavari River.

Dhammagiri - Vipassana Centre

It is located in Igatpuri town of Nashik District. Igatpuri is also taluka headquarter

Kushavart Tirtha-Trimbakeshwar

Kushavart Tirtha is situated at the heart of Trimbakeshwar town 400 mts away from Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlinga temple.

How to Reach

By Air

Nashik’s nearest airport is Ojhar Nashik International Airport, about 24 kilometers from the city center, offering flights to major Indian cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Pune, and Belagavi.

By Train

Nashik Road Railway Station is a key hub, located 11 kilometers from the city center. It connects to Mumbai, Kalyan, Manmad, Bhusaval, and major cities across India including Delhi and Kolkata. Deolali Station, nearby, serves local areas and offers frequent connections to Mumbai.

By Road

Nashik is well-connected by road, with the Mumbai-Agra National Highway (NH-3) passing through it, and NH-50 linking it to Pune. The city serves as a vital junction for state highways, with ongoing developments including a new expressway to Mumbai and upgrades to NH-3, enhancing connectivity with several flyovers for smoother traffic flow.
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