Nashik Sightseeing Places

Visit the best sightseeing places in Nashik

Sula Vineyards

The best of Indian wines await you in this day trip out of Mumbai to Sula Vineyards in Nashik. Your tour begins with a pickup from your accommodation in Mumbai, and you’ll drive off to Nashik, where the vineyards can be found. There’s a breakfast to be enjoyed at the local cafe on the vineyards, and afterwards, you will reach the location itself. Located in the Western Ghats and at 600 meters above sea level, the heavy clay, and the cool nights give the vineyards optimum atmosphere to grow splendid grapes for wine. You’ll walk through the vineyards themselves and learn, from professional winemaker, as to how the process of winemaking proceeds. From plucking the grapes off the vine to the cold fermentation, you’ll complete the process by enjoying a wine tasting session. Six wines will be provided for you to taste, before you enjoy a lunch at the Vineyards cafe (at your own expense). You will end your tour with a trip to the gift and wine shop, so you’ll have mementos to bring home back to Mumbai.

Someshwar Falls

At a distance of 2 km from Someshwar Temple and 9 km from Nashik Central Bus Station, Someshwar Waterfalls is a breathtaking waterfalls situated near Gangapur on the suburbs of Nashik. Dudhsagar Waterfalls, popularly known as Someshwar Waterfalls, is one of the most favorite hangout places of Nasik. This small and beautiful waterfall is formed over the holy River Godavari. The height of the waterfall is 10 m and the place turns very picturesque during the monsoon as there is a huge water flow and also a lot more greenery around. It is a much loved picnic spot by families and preferred stop by youngsters, to spend a relaxed evening. There is also a Balaji Temple near the waterfall which is a must visit place.

Pandavleni Caves

The Pandulena Caves or the Pandavleni caves also called Nashik Caves, are a cluster of 24 caves created between 1st century BC and 3rd century AD. It is a holy Buddhist site filled with fascinating sculptures and brilliantly carved doorways. The caves consist of numerous shrines, inscriptions, and carved figures of Buddha and Jain deities. Most of these caves served as monasteries back in the time. However, the most important was cave 18 – chaityagraha or a prayer hall. Things to see: 1-Chaityagraha, i.e the prayer hall present in cave 18. 2-The water tanks carved skillfully out of stone. 3-The rows of octagonal pillar present in the inner hall. 4-The stupa built in the centre.


Ramkund is located along the bank of Godavari River. This place is situated at a distance of 2 km from Central Bus stand. This is the holiest spot in Nashik as it is believed to be the place where Lord Rama used to bathe. It contains the bone dissolving Asthivilaya Tirth. It was built by Chitrarao Khatav, a landholder of Khatav in Satara in 1696havrao and was repaired by Gopikabai, the mother of Madhavrao the fourth Peshva. Peoples bring ashes of their deceased relatives and immerse it in Asthivilay kund. Ashes of big personalities like Pandit Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Y B Chavan and others had been immersed at Ramkund

Botanical Garden


One such spot is the Botanical Garden Nashik. Also known as Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Van Udyan this mesmerizing botanical garden was developed in the year 2016 by Forest Development Corporation in collaboration with Nashik Municipal Corporation, and Tata Trust. Serving as a major tourist, this botanical garden was renewed from a previously famous and antique herb garden.The botanical garden isn’t all about seeing plants and trees. There are a lot of many attractions that can make you fall in love with this place. Here are a few things that you might find interesting in the Garden –
Laser Show – A laser in the open field is a treat for the eyes. Drawing a lot of attraction from the crowd, this laser show is becoming a centre of gatherings from all over Nashik and people outside. Butterfly seats– there is a particular way in which the seats at the garden are arranged. One such unique method is the butterfly shape that makes sitting in the garden even more fun. Elephant replicas– Giant replicas of elephants have been driving children towards the garden which in fact brings an interest in the study of botany in them. Butterfly lightening– There is a beautifully fascinating electric lighting system with an all but unique entrance which has been created with the sole purpose of realising the uniqueness of this park and draw a people’s attention towards it. Entrance door– The entrance door to the garden is 40 feet huge that gives the garden a mesmerising look.

Flower Garden

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