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Here are the top 31 tourist attractions to see in Nashik:

1. Sula Vineyard

Sula Vineyard

4.2

11 kms
from city center

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1 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Sula Vineyards is an Indian winery located in Nashik in the state of Maharashtra, India. It was the valley's first commercial winery and was awarded with a silver medal for its 2012 Sauvignon Blanc as the biggest wine maker in India.The vineyard also houses a resort to live amid the winery and a tas...

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2. Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi

4.2

1 kms
from city center

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2 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Situated on a hill range, consisting of seven hills, Saptashrungi is a site of religious significance for Hindus. The drive to the temple is quite scenic, especially during the monsoon season.

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3. Sita Gufa

Sita Gufa

3.6

1 kms
from city center

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3 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Nearby to Panchvati is the Sita Gufa, said to be the spot from where Sita was kidnapped by Ravana. A narrow staircase takes on into the caves, where they find idols of Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshmana as well as a Shivlinga, said to be the one, Sita worshipped.

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4. Panchvati

Panchvati

4.3

3 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Nashik

Nothing short of holy for the ardent belivers of Ramayana, this site gets a lots of visitors in the form of pilgrims and religious travellers. A serene town located near Nasik, the site offers small sightings which would let you glipmse into the ancient world of where the exile of Lord Ram, Sita and...

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5. Trimbakeshwar

Trimbakeshwar

4.2

28 kms
from city center

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5 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Trimbakeshwar is about 38 km away from Nashik. Located at the source of river Godavari, perched on top of Brahmagiri hills, Trimbakeshwar enshrines one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. Initially there were alleged to be 64 jyotirlingas even though 12 of them remain and are considered to be holy. Eac...

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6. Pandavleni Caves

Pandavleni Caves

4.2

8 kms
from city center

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6 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Pandu Leni, also known as Trirashmi Caves, are a group of 24 caves carved between the 3rd century BC and the 2nd century AD, representing the Hinayana Buddhist beliefs. Out of the twenty-four caves, two caves majorly are the centre of attraction. The many inscriptions on the caves tell us that all t...

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7. Dudhsagar falls

Dudhsagar falls

3.1

8 kms
from city center

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7 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Regarded as one of the best falls in the view, Dhudsagar falls offer a panoramic view with a spectacular scenery. The cascade is in full verve during the monsoon season and quiet a sight to behold.

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8. Anjaneri Hills

Anjaneri Hills

3.1

24 kms
from city center

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8 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, Anjaneri derives its name from Hanuman's mother Anjani. Perched in the picturesque mountain range of Nashik-Trimbakeshwar, Anjaneri fort is at a distance of ~20 km from Nashik.

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9. City Shopping

City Shopping

3.1

2 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Nashik

While in Nasik, one can shop for silver ornaments and silver ware. Head to the Main Bazaar or the Saraf Bazar for the same.

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10. Kapileshwara Temple

Kapileshwara Temple

3.2

1 kms
from city center

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10 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

One of the oldest instances of this pilgrim city, this is a Shiva temple surrounded by a hint of mystery due to the absence of a statue of Nandi Bull, usually found in all Shiva Temples. Close to the Kalaram temple, this is one of the most frequented temples in the city.

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11. Jain Temple

Jain Temple

3.2

10 kms
from city center

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Places To Visit in Nashik

A recent addition to the religious sphere in Nasik is a sprawling and elaborate structure called the Jain Temple. The structure consist of three storeys and is built mainly in white marble and pink sand. Find here the 12 ton heavy deity of the 24th of Thirthankara of the Jains.

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12. Kalaram Temple

Kalaram Temple

3.2

1 kms
from city center

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12 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

One of the most significant religious centers of the city, this one derives its name from the black statue of Lord Rama. Also find inside the temple a black statue of Lord hanuman and statues of Sita and Lakshman.

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13. Deolali Camp

Deolali Camp

3.2

14 kms
from city center

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13 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

A peaceful place away from the daily rush, Deolali (also spelt Devlali), is a perfect destination to revitalize yourself with clean air and spend some lone time in this well kept cantonment area.

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14. Mulher Trek

Mulher Trek

3.5

91 kms
from city center

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14 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Mulher, also known as Mayurgad, is a hill fort in Maharashtra. One of the many forts in Nasik, it is at an elevation of 4200 feet from the ground.

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15. Ahivantgad

Ahivantgad

3.5

214 kms
from city center

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15 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Ahivantgad is a fort in the Nasik district of Maharashtra. Ahivantgad and Achala are twin forts. The top of the fort resembles more a wide plateau than the peak of a hill.

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16. Salher Trek

Salher Trek

3.5

82 kms
from city center

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16 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

The highest fort in the Sahyadri, Salher is a lesser known but extremely gorgeous trekking destination that should be a must on your bucket list.

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17. Dhodap Trek

Dhodap Trek

3.5

50 kms
from city center

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17 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Dhodap is a hill fort in Maharashtra. One of the many forts in the district of Nasik, the fort is situated at an elevation of about 4700 feet from the ground. There is a temple of Jagdamba in the fort, along with an idol of Hanuman at the op of one of the tanks.

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18. Muktidham Temple

Muktidham Temple

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18 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Muktidham Temple in Nashik is abode to numerous Hindu gods and is made from authentic Rajasthani marble. It houses replicas of all the 12 Jyotirlingams, sanctified by their original shrines. There is also a Krishna temple, which depicts his life and eighteen chapters of Geeta on the walls. Laxmi, Ha...

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19. Kumbh Mela

Kumbh Mela

3.1

1 kms
from city center

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19 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

The mass Hindu pilgrimage of Kumbh Mela involves gathering on a massive number of Hinduism followers to bathe in a sacred river. There are four such fairs widely recognised as the Kumbh Melas, namely- the Haridwar Kumbh Mela, the Allahabad Kumbh Mela, the Nasik-Trimbakeshwar Simhastha and Ujjain Sim...

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20. Someshwar Temple

Someshwar Temple

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Places To Visit in Nashik

Located in the suburbs on the banks of River Godavari, Someshwar temple is one of the oldest Shiva temples in Nashik. The soothing greenery around gives the temple a beautiful ambience. There is an attached boating club by the river and a children's park for recreation. While visiting the temple, de...

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21. Navashya Ganapati Temple

Navashya Ganapati Temple

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Places To Visit in Nashik

Navashya Ganapati Temple is at least a 300 year old shrine on the banks of Godavari dedicated to Lord Ganesh. It was established by the Peshwas in the 1770s, and is till date known for making thousands of followers happy. The name comes from the word ¥Navas' which means prayers, and here all prayers...

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22. Gangapur Dam

Gangapur Dam

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22 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Gangapur Dam is an earthfill dam on River Godavari, and the longest earthen reservoir of Asia. People come here to spend a peaceful afternoon on the garden by the river, enjoying the blissful, picturesque scenery of the river, straight out of a dream. Migratory birds can be spotted in the evening, a...

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23. Ram Kund

Ram Kund

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Places To Visit in Nashik

Ram Kund is the sacred tank of Nashik where believers gather to immerse the remains of the dead souls for their salvation, just like Lord Rama himself did for his father. He also took a bath here during exile. Hindus believe a dip in this tank will wash away their sins, and thus flock here in crowds...

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24. Artillery Museum

Artillery Museum

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24 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Artillery Centre Museum premise used to be a military centre for British-Indian forces during World War II, but now part of it is a museum and the other part is a training ground for Indian soldiers. The museum houses a whole range of weapons and aircrafts used by the Indian army over the decades, a...

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25. Balaji Devsthan

Balaji Devsthan

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25 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Balaji Devsthan in Nashik houses a replica of the idol deity of TIrupati, and is a haven for those who cannot make the trip to the original shrine. Moreover, River Godavari and the adjacent waterfall offer a spectacular ambience for peace and spirituality. Regular religious festivals are organised h...

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26. Swami Samarth Ashram

Swami Samarth Ashram

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26 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Swami Samarth Ashram is a place of spirituality, close to the Trimbakeshwar Temple in Nashik. The ashram is dedicated to the 19th century saint Swami Samarth, who lived in Maharashtra and effected the lives of the people with his wisdom and preachings. The temple still upholds the old traditions and...

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27. Sundarnarayan Temple

Sundarnarayan Temple

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27 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Sundarnarayan temple near the Ahilyabai Holkar Bridge in Nashik is a shrine of Lord Vishnu. The legend goes that being cursed by the enraged wife of a sage, Vishnu turned charcoal black and regained his beautiful form of Sundarnarayanan bathing in the waters of Godavari here. The temple attracts a l...

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28. Vihigaon Waterfall

Vihigaon Waterfall

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28 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Vihigaon Waterfall is a perfectly refreshing weekend getaway in the lap of nature's bounty near Nashik. The waterfall is known for its captivating natural beauty and the 120 feet fall where the visitors can engage in rappelling for about 30 minutes. The hike stretch to the falls through the woods is...

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29. Coin Museum

Coin Museum

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Places To Visit in Nashik

The Coin Museum in Nashik is a part of the Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies since 1980, and houses an extensive collection of coins in different materials and of different ages. The museum perfectly depicts the evolution of currency system in India, since the historic ages till tod...

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30. Dugarwadi Waterfall

Dugarwadi Waterfall

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30 out of 31
Places To Visit in Nashik

Dugarwadi waterfall is a hidden gem deep within the green folds of Sahyadri forests. The mystic charm of the waterfalls and the serenity that surrounds the place is absolutely hypnotizing. The falls is a couple of kilometers walk from the parking at Sapgon, but the enticing view of the white foams c...

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31. Sai Baba Temple

Sai Baba Temple

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Places To Visit in Nashik

There are many temples scattered across the country of Sai Baba. The temple in Nashik is one such shrine similar to the Shirdi's. It marvels in cleanliness and maintaining the same sort of discipline that we associate with Sai temples. Devotees of Sai Baba, those who cannot make it to the original s...

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