Nashik Tour Packages

The third largest city in the state of Maharashtra, after Mumbai and Pune, Nashik is a unique travel destination. With a perfect blend of spirituality, majestic natural landscapes, and historical significance, Nashik is one of the top places to visit in Maharashtra without an iota of doubt. 
Located on the banks of the holy river Godavari and at the foothills of the Western Ghats, Nashik has all the charm of the modern lifestyle and yet has the distinction of being one of the prominent ancient cities of India, so much so that the city has its mention in the two of the most prominent mythological scriptures of Indian culture; the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. 
Not only is Nashik one of the four places that holds the world renowned Kumbh Mela but also is home to one of the 12 jyotirlingas (shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva). This is a big reason for a lot of demand around Nashik religious tour packages from pilgrims around the world. 
Interestingly, Nashik is also given the title of the “Wine Capital of India”, as the city holds numerous vineyards in the region, with Sula vineyard being the most popular one amongst all. 
So, if you too are planning to spend your holidays in Nashik, here’s all you should know to make it a memorable one.

Best Places to Visit in Nashik

Sula Vineyard: Begin your Nashik vacation package on a refreshing note by visiting the first ever vineyard in the country, the Sula Vineyard. Situated 180kms from Mumbai, the Sula Vineyards is home to close to 60 wineries producing some of the well-known wine brands in the country such as, Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, and Zinfandel. Over the years, Sula vineyard has turned into a popular tourist destination in Nashik and is in fact one of the top places to visit in Maharashtra, inviting guests for a round of wine tasting and a tour of the vineyard every day of the year.
Trimbakeshwar Temple: Located roughly 30kms away from the main city of Nashik is the highly revered Trimbakeshwar temple. One of the 12 jyotirlingas shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple's architecture is a stunning example of ancient craftsmanship, covered with intricate carvings and sculptures. Pick any Nashik travel guide and Trimbakeshwar temple will be mentioned in it for sure. 
Nashik Caves: Explore the ancient rock-cut caves of Nashik, showcasing intricate carvings, sculptures, and inscriptions dating back to the 3rdcentury BC and 2nd century AD. These caves, steeped in history and mythology, provide a fascinating glimpse into India's rich cultural heritage. Also known as the Pandu Caves, these are a group of total 24 caves holding some of the most magnificent sculptures, chambers, unique water structures and stone ladders too built inside the cave.
Anjaneri Hills: Attention all adventure enthusiasts! If you are looking for some heart-pumping thrills while spending holidays in Nashik then head straight to the Anjaneri Hills, taking an adventurous trek on the way. Believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman according to Hindu mythology, the scenic trails winding through lush forests and rugged terrain offer breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and waterfalls. Whether you're a seasoned trekker or a novice explorer, Anjaneri Hills promises an exhilarating outdoor experience.

Things to Do in Nashik

Experience the Spiritual Aura at Panchvati: Panchvati is an ancient site with a religious and spiritual significance in the Hindu religion. The location housesa series of spots that carry great meaning and mention from the epic scripture of Ramayana. Even today, the location has great religious significance because of the legend of Panchvati. A typical Maharashtra travel guide, especially, for those on a religious tour does include Panchvati on the list. Locations such as the Sita Gufaa and the Kalaram Temple are highly popular.
Indulge in Wine Tasting Tours and Fests: When you are exploring the “Wine Capital” of the country, it is a given that a major part of your activities would be around vineyards. Embark on a guided tour of Nashik's renowned vineyards, such as York Winery or Soma Vine Village, and learn about the art of winemaking from experts. Sample a variety of premium wines amidst picturesque settings, indulging in sensory delights that tantalize the palate. Additionally, if you have booked your Nashik tour packages for the month of February, you can attend the renowned Sula Fest. This is an annual fest that takes place during the first of February at the Sula Vineyard involving  a vibrant celebration of music, wine, and culture.
Visit the Coin Museum: A peculiar activity to indulge in while traveling in Nashik is visiting the Coin Museum. Home to a wide collection of coins from different centuries and kingdoms, the museum displays and effectively illustrates the development of India's monetary system from ancient times to the present.Learn about the evolution of currency in India through interactive exhibits and artifacts, offering insights into the country's rich heritage.

Tips to Make the Best of Your Nashik Holiday Packages

To ensure your travel is seamless and memorable, consider these invaluable tips:
Pack Smartly: Nashik faces mild heat during peak summers and mild cold during winters. So, depending upon the time of the year you are visiting the city, you can pack essential clothing accordingly. 
Plan a Budget and Stick to It: Nashik may be a big city but it does not really cut a hole in your pockets. It all boils down to how well you plan your Nashik tour and for how long do you plan to stay. Kiomoi can help you plan a customized Nashik trip while staying well within your budget. 

Important Details About Nashik Travel Guide

Best Time to Visit Nashi
The best time to visit Nashik is during the winter months, from October to March, when the weather is pleasant and conducive to outdoor activities.
Best Way to Reach Nashik
By Air: The Nashik airport, called the Gandhinagar Airport, is located approximately 25kms from the city center and operates domestic flights from major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore. However, due to low frequency, a much better option would be to take a flight to Mumbai and travel to Nashi by road from Mumbai airport.
By Rail: Nashik is well-connected by rail to major cities across India, including Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, and Hyderabad.
By Road: Nashik is well-connected to neighboring cities and towns by a network of national and state highways. State-run buses, as well as private buses and taxis, ply regularly between Nashik and cities like Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, and Shirdi, providing comfortable road travel options for visitors.

Best Places to Eat in Nashik
Nashik offers a delectable culinary experience, with an array of eateries serving authentic Maharashtrian, Mughlai, and Hyderabadi cuisine. So, when it comes to finding recommended places to eat in Nashik, there are many that would make it to the list. Some of the renowned eating places Vihar Restaurant, Amber Garden, The Sassy Spoon, etc. 

Best Places for Shopping in Nashik
For the best shopping experience in Nashik, head straight to the Saraf Bazaar, a vibrant market known for its exquisite collection of jewelry, including gold, silver, and gemstones, offering shoppers a diverse range of options to choose from. You can also visit the Main Road Market where there are shops selling traditional Maharashtrian handicrafts, artifacts, clothing, and souvenirs.


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