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Nearest Airport - Mumbai (100kms), Pune (140kms) Nearest Railway Station - Pen(31kms), Nagothane(46kms), Kolad(60kms) Alibaug is an ex-Navi Mumbai / ex-Thane / ex-Mumbai / ex-Pune / ex-Valsad Getaway


• Nashik is a major Industrial hub and pilgrim destination
• Nashik is home to many Vineyards and Wine making units
• Nasik, situated on the Godavari River, is one of the most sacred places of the Hindus. This ancient There are a number of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain temples. Nasik, referred to as Rambhumi, is associated with a number of stories from the epic Ramayana.
• Nashik is where famous and historic Kumbh Mela, held once in every 12 years, is celebrated there.
• Trimbakeshwar (One of 12 Jyotilinga Temples of Lord Shiva) is located 40 km from Nashik
• Nashik is also a base and access point to visit Shirdi Saibaba temple at Shirdi, Shani Shinganapur temple and Saptashrungi Temple near Vani

Access Information

• Nearest Airport -Mumbai (170kms), Aurangabad (204kms), Pune (211kms)
• Nearest Railway Station - Nashik
• Please click here for Road Getaways ex-Nashik
• Nashik is connected by Day train with Mumbai
• Nashik is connected by Overnight train with Hyderabad, New Delhi, Cochin (Ernakulam), Mumbai, Pune, Lucknow, Kolkata

Place to Visit

Name Description Distance(kms)

Coin Museum

Coin Museum of Nashik has a collection of research and well-documented history of Indian currencies



Panchavati is a place of religious significance and a pilgrimage spot. Panchavati was the place in the forest where Rama built his home along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman during their 14 year exile period. It was from here that Ravana is believed to have abducted Goddess Sita. Today this area is a major pilgrimage and tourist attraction. Guests also visit Naroshankar Temple in the area, an eighteenth century heritage temple.


Sita Gunfa

Sita Gupha is where it is believed that Sita, Lord Rama and Lakshman during their 14 year exile period, prayed here to Lord Shiva. The ancient Shivalinga still exists in the small temple in the cave and is visited by devotees.


Kalaram Temple

The Kalaram temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Nashik. Temple is dedicated to Lord Rama.



Ramkund at Panchvati is where Lord Rama is believed to have taken bath


Nashik Planetarium

Nashik Planetarium is named after late Shri Yashwantrao Chavan. It runs 3 shows a day and is popular with school students.


Sundar Narayan Temple

Sundar Narayan Temple near Ramkund is one visited for its temple architecture and heritage character.


Sundarnarayan Temple

Sundarnarayan Temple is an 18th Century Lord Vishnu Temple sporting a nice heritage character located near Gandhi Talab


Ekmukhi Datta Mandir

Ekmukhi Datta mandir temple is a Lord Dattatreya temple set near Ramkund area.


Ved Mandir

Ved mandir is a place where children are taught vedas. It has been constructed by eminent Industrialist of Nashik.


Godha Park

Godhapark is a riverside area offering a park for locals for jogging, walking and general recreation.


Iskcon temple Nashik

Iskcon temple at Nashik is one of the most active temple in Nashik and has a number of activities and programmes conducted that focus on spirituality and being a better human being.


Navshya Ganapati Temple

Navshya Ganapati Temple is a 300+ year old Lord Ganesha temple going towards Someshwar


Phalke Smarak

Phalke Smarak is home to photos of works of Dadasaheb Phalke. The complex is now expanded to have a musical fountain and a water park where locals arrive for recreation.



Bhaktidham is a temple and a pilgrim centre visited by tourists. It has a wide range of deities Goddess Durga, Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama, Lord Pashupatinath, Goddress Saptashrungi, Lord Ganesha etc



Name Description Distance(kms)

Viholi Jain Temple

Jain Temple at Viholi is home to an impressive Jain Temple and visited by Jain pilgrims.



Trimbakeshwar is a Lord Shiva temple and a major pilgrimage centre. It is also one of the 12 Jyotirlinga Temples of Shiva.



Anjaneri is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman and there is a temple here dedicated to Lord Hanuman.


Minerals Museum

Gargoti is situated on Nashik - Shirdi road and is the only museum in the country which houses such a large collection of crystalline minerals. It is owned privately and represents a private collection of over 30 years of Mr Pandey.


Dhamma Giri Meditation Centre

Dhammagiri is a math which offers courses in Vipasana (a form of meditation). The large Golden Pagoda of Dhammagiri is a landmark for Igatpuri. The math attracts a lots of people from various parts of India as well as abroad.


Saptashrungi Temple

Saptashrungi Temple is a Shaktipeetha temple near Nashik set on a hilltop visited enroute to Saputara (20 kms detour)


Shirdi Saibaba Temple

Shirdi Saibaba temple is located at the heart of the Shirdi town and houses the samadhi (burial site) of Sai Baba. Shirdi is one of the most visited temples in India and now an international renowned pilgrim centre for devotees of Saibaba.


Dabhosa Waterfall

Dabhosa is a perennial waterfall at about 20 kms from Jawahar. Waterfalls are at its best in Monsoon and they stay on a few months after that.


Shani Shinganapur

Shingnapur is renowned for its Shani Temple popularly known as Shani Shinganapur Temple. It is renowned for the fact that no house in the village has locked doors. Despite this, no theft is reported in the village



Name Description Distance(kms)

Sula Vineyard

Sula Vineyards is an Indian winery located near Nashik spread over 160 acres. The vineyards also houses a resort and one can do a day visit as well during season where one can taste varieties of wines produced at the winery and also take a look at harvesting process.