Nashik, since time immemorial, has beckoned to its lands a dazzling myriad of life. Like the great sages, mighty rulers and even one exiled prince of yore, Nashik has invited some to create legends, while others to enshrine them. In its calm waters and deep woods, it calls boundless creatures of fin, feather and fur to lovingly cradle them. Nashik is the finest connoisseur of wine in the entire nation and every once in a while, it welcomes the mighty Kumbh and all the hysterical pomp that comes along with it. And these, dear traveller, are but a handful of the countless enigmas that Nashik now beckons you to unravel.
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The best way to travel to Nashik is from Mumbai, You can travel by road looking at the picturesque views, or by train and now you can take a flight to Shirdi as well.
via Mumbai Nashik
Highway 170 kms
Time: approx 3 Hrs.(3 Hr 30 Mins) (with tolls)
By Train Time: approx 3 Hrs 30 Mins
Time: approx 45 Mins
(Non stop to Nashik)
Satana is a district in Nashik, which is very famous for the Salher-Mulher Fort.
Chandwad stands surrounded by mountains and is well-known for its historical sites and the Chandreshwar Temple.
This village primarily runs on agriculture and is situated on the confluence of the rivers Koti and Bhawdi
Dindori is known for its Vineyards and rustic beauty
The scenic hill station of Igatpuri is best known for the Vipassana Academy for meditation
Kalwan is home to the 3rd highest peak in Maharashtra, popular mountain climbing destinations and the divine Saptshrungi Temple
Malegaon boasts of the magnanimous Galna Fort and is also the headquarters of the Maratha Film Industry
Nandgaon is a big town with a lot of commercial activity, it also houses the magnificent Digambar Jain Temple
Nashik is the city of abundance, rich in every aspect of life
Niphad is the land of agricultural abundance, wineries and also several beautiful temples
Sinnar is home to the Gondeshwar Temple constructed in the Hemadpanti style of architecture
Rustic, undisturbed and beautiful, it houses the famous Hatgad Fort
The famous Trimbakeshwar Temple, believed to be the source of the Godavari, stands in Trimabakeshwar
Yeola is famous for the magnanimous trekking destination Ankai-Tankai Fort
Peint is an agricultural town with a very proud history