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Travel Guide for Nasik

Situated at a distance of 200 km from Mumbai and Pune, Nasik is one of the greatest cities in northern Maharashtra. The beautiful environment and pleasant atmosphere of the city made it the center of attraction for the tourists. The city wears its own charm because of the cultural, historical, fictitious and social importance.

The Godavari River flows from the city. The religious Ghats of the river and presence of temples made it an important place for Hindus across the globe. Nasik has affected the life of many famous personalities because of its active participation in political, cultural and social fronts.

Experiencing Deccan Odyssey styled Nasik Vacation

You can visit this place with a luxurious train like Deccan Odyssey which will make your journey more memorable.

Maharashtra Splendor is the journey of 8 days straight, Deccan Odyssey arrives in Nasik on the day 2. You’ll get a chance to explore the wine capital of India. Eat your morning meal on the train and then freely walk on the Ghats of Godavari River. You can enjoy the performance of Hindu ritual on the Ghats. After exploring the magnificent sites of the city get back to the train and enjoy your lunch.

So take a holiday from work and study and set out to explore this beautiful place. Traveling with the luxury train Deccan Odyssey makes the experience even better. One of the best cities to visit in Maharashtra, Nasik is a must-visit for every Indian and people who loves to travel around the corners of incredible India.

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How to Reach Nasik ?

Because of its religious values and pleasant environment, Nasik is visited by a good number of Hindu devotees and other foreign travelers. This place is easy to reach as it is one of the most popular cities of the Maharashtra.

  • By Air:

    There is only one airport in the city named as the Ozar Airport which is connected from Mumbai only. Alliance Air-India runs two flights in a day which connects Nasik and Mumbai. Indian travelers from the other cities and global travelers have to reach Mumbai first and board a flight from there headed to Nasik. From the Ozar airport cab services are available to reach the city.

  • By Train:

    Nasik Road railway Station is the closest railway station to the city located at a distance of 9km. this station is the key division of Indian Railways. Numerous trains from Mumbai arrive in Nasik every day. Howrah Mail, Patna Express, Vishakhapatnam Express, Punjab Mail and some other trains also arrives here.

  • By Road:

    This city has a good connection of road with all the major cities. There are regular buses to Nasik from Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Nagpur and Jalgaon. Gujarat is very close to Nasik so there are multiple buses from Gujarat to Nasik. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation runs deluxe, AC and ordinary buses to the city.

What to see and do in Nasik ?

If you are looking for sightseeing spots in Nasik you ought to visit

Top attractions to see in Nasik are

  • Sula Vineyard

    Sula Vineyard is an Indian Winery located in Nasik. It was the first commercial winery of the city and was awarded as the biggest wine maker of India for its 2012 sauvignon Blanc. It is spread in 160 acres area of Nasik. This vineyard also has a resort to live in the middle of the winery. It also has a tasting room in which people can taste different wines produced in the vineyard.

  • Dudhsagar Falls

    The Dudhsagar Falls tenders a scenic view with breathtaking scenery. It is regarded one of the best falls in the city. The waterfall is in full energy during the monsoon season that creates a view to behold.

  • Sita Gufa

    This Gufa is situated near Panchavati. It is said that Sita Mata was kidnapped by Ravana from this spot. The stairs at the entrance of the cave takes you inside the cave. There are statues of lord Rama, Sita Mata and Laxmana inside the cave. There is a Shivlinga too which is believed to be worshipped by Maa Sita. This place contains various religious beliefs and is a must spot to be visited by Hindu Devotees.

  • Panchavati

    The air of this place generates spiritual vibes. This small town is located near Nasik. There are a lot of visitors who visit this site consisting of regular travelers and devotees. The small sightings in this place give a brief look of the ancient times of exile of the lord Rama. This place is all covered with Banyan Trees.

  • Pandavleni Caves

    These caves are also known as Trirashmi Caves and are a group of 24 caves among which 2 caves are the center of attraction. The inscriptions in these caves represent Buddhist beliefs. These caves were carved between 3rd and 2nd century. These caves tell that all the three kings that ruled Nasik at that time had supported Buddhism. The local merchants had also supported the development of these caves and Buddhism.

Best time to visit Nasik

October to February is the best time to visit this city when the temperature ranges between 8°C to 32°C. The weather between these months remains ideal to explore the city and sightseeing. As this city is a key destination for Hindus the important festivals like Ram Navmi and Rath Yatra are celebrated in March and April.

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