Nasik Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Nasik

61 Days
Bullet Points - Part II (Mumbai to Mizoram) - Around Trimbak & Nasik

Day 1 to 4  Trimbakeshwar Mumbai to Trimbakeshwar -  the first 70-80km of the ride are...

Bhishma Choudhary
Kumbh Mela, Nasik 2015 : The search for a “Real Sadhu”

If experiencing a Kumbh Mela is not on your bucket list, add it right now! It is the world’...

Clifin Francis
2 Days
Vineyards That Matter: Head To These 5 Places in Nasik For A Tasteful Affair

Over the past two decades, the quaint city of Nasik has become synonymous with the wine culture i...

Mary Martina
B&B Homestay At Nasik

I had gone to Nasik last year with a few friends. It was more to enjoy the drive just after the m...

9 Days
Backpacking Maharashtra : Pune-Lonavala-Nasik-Harihar Fort-Trimabk-Pune-Goa

Pune-Mumbai ExpresswayLonavalaNight Trek to Rajmachi FortRajmachi FortRajmachi FortRajmachi FortR...

Ajith Kumar Jain
3 Days
Sula Fest '16: Sula Vineyards Nasik

SulaFest partygoers is a megamix of great music, wine, drinks, food, fashion and shopping in the ...

Christina Viegas

Top Places To Visit in Nasik

Vallonne Vineyards
GAT 504, Kavnai Slopes, Near Sanjegaon, Nashik 422402
This is a wine factory in Nashik and they also have a specialty restaurant by La Plage based on Italian ways and cuisine...
York Winery & Tasting Room
Gat no. 15/2, Gangavarhe Village, Gangapur-Savargaon Road, Nashik 422222
This winery is built on a natural slope and has separate tanks for red and white wines. The place produces a staggering ...

Hotels and Homestays in Nasik

Weekend Getaways from Nasik

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India’s second largest city, Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is home to a few hundred captivating contrasts and cree...
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Called the Oxford of the East, Pune is a bubbling cosmopolitan city. A large student hub, this city loves art, culture a...
Best time to visit - February,March,November,December
The city of Thane is a great getaway from Mumbai. Its beautiful lakes, lovely locales, boat rides and old forts makes it...
Best time to visit - January,February,September,October,November,December
Popularly known as Baroda, Vadodara is great travel destination for history buffs and art enthusiasts. The town is known...
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A modern-day resort town, the hill station of Lonavala is around 106km from Mumbai. It makes for a great weekend getaway...
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The destination of the World Heritage sites of Ajanta and Ellora caves where you find a new meaning of beauty, Aurangaba...

About Nasik

Our 2nd day plans was to visit to Trimbakeshwar temple which is near to nasik, we were thinking of taking a bus to nasik and hire a taxi from Nasik to the temple. But there are regular tempo travellers which will take you to nasik trip for just ₹250 and they will take to places like Panchavati, muktidam and Trimbakeshwar temple. Panchavati is a very nice place to visit. It took one full day visit all these places. Stops will be given for breakfast and lunch.We left Shirdi at around 7:30am and and the first place was muktidam, it's a newly built temple built with marbles and contains all kinds of gods idols (Before reaching muktidam we had breakfast in between). After muktidam we went to Panchavati, where there are many spots to visit which are walkable distance. But if your not a walking person you can hire an to show you around. It took some time to see Panchavati. After Panchavati we moved towards Trimbakeshwar temple (on the way we had our lunch). As it was sunday, it was a bit crowded and it took us around 90min to complete our darshan. The driver usually stops for lunch at the hotel which is known for him, so that he can get his commission. And it's little bit expensive. There are eateries near temple you can try.That was the end of Nasik tour. We headed back towards Shirdi and reached at around 7pm. As we were early we had a chance to go to prasadalayam and had our dinner (the most delicious temple meal I have ever had). After dinner we went back to our rooms. Next day we thought of going for kakad Aarthi (Aarti at 4:30am). You can either book tickets online or you can go for free darshan. As we didn't get the tickets, we had to go for free darshan. The issuing of  free darshan tickets (one per person) will start at 12am and once the tickets are issued they will send us inside the temple. We have to sit in the Q till 4am. Mobiles are not allowed inside the temple, either you can sleep or you can spend some chatting time with your friends and family.At 4am they will allow us near the idol, at 4:30am they do Aarti and everything will be completed by 5:30am. We went back to our rooms and slept.

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