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Nashik tours

Explore Nashik

Scenic vineyards and architecturally majestic temples!

A city is also famous for forts, waterfalls and most importantly vineyards, Nashik has a lot to offer to tourists. When you make your way to this city, make sure you check all the following activtiies, off your list. 

Take a tour of the vineyards: A trip to the Wine capital of the country is incomplete without visiting the vineyards. So while there are close to 50 wineries in the state, the most popular ones include Sula Vineyards, York Winery, Vallonne, Soma Vineyards and Grover Zampa. You can choose to tour vineyards owned by any of these companies, while at the same time tasting some of their best wine selection and also get a discount on the purchases as well.

Where: Soma Vineyards 

When: 11.30 AM - 6.30 PM {all days}

Price: INR 350 for tour and tasting session/per person

Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple: An ancient Hindu temple, the Trimbakeshwar Shiva Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located between three hills namely Brahmagiri, Nilagiri and Kalagiri. One of the holiest temple in India that is carved in black stone, it is also home to one of the twelve Jyotirlingas, a form of Lord Shiva. Constructed in the 18th century by Maratha ruler, Peshwa Nana Saheb, the architecture of this temple is a true representation of this time period.

Entry: Free

Timings: 5.30 AM- 9 PM               

Kalsubai: Also known as the “Everest of Maharashtra”, the Kalsubai is a mountain range, that is part of the Western Ghats. The highest point in Maharashtra, the summit of this mountain is situated at an elevation of 1,646 metres, making it a popular spot for trekkers. A part of the Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary, coupled with the hills of the Western Ghats, make this a place a true delight for nature lovers.

The summit of the mountain also houses the Kalsubai temple, making it popular spot among religious devotees as well. A traditional prayer service is held here, every Tuesday and Thursday by a priest.  The temple also organises a fair during the festival of Navaratri, where many stalls are put up, by the local villagers, giving you a chance to interact with the locals, buy some of their products and even supplement their income.

Entry: Free 

Timings: 5 AM - 7 PM

Ankai Fort: Found in the Satmala Range, the Ankai Fort was constructed roughly 1,000 years back. Built by Yadava of Devgiri emperors, it was captured by Shah Jahan in 1635. Post this, it came under the control of the Maratha empire after the treaty of Bhalki and it was finally captured by the British in 1818. There is another fort called the Tankai fort that lies adjacent to the Ankai fort and a common fortification has been created to secure both of them. It takes three hours to see both the forts, so make sure you plan your trip accordingly. Also, be warned, there is quite some walking involved as well.

Some of the things that you can see while touring the fort includes the Jain caves {Located at the foothills of the fort, there are a few Jain caves that have idols and carvings of different deities including Lord mahavir, Yaksha, Indrani and others}, the main gate {located on the South of the hill, having some really amazing wooden woodwork}, Brahmani caves {near the upper plateau of the Ankai fort, they are in ruins, though you can still make out the carvings}  and the Palace, with the Kashi pond.

Entry: Free

Timings: 7 AM - 6 PM

Malegaon Fort: Located 104 kms away from Nashik, the Malegaon Fort is situated on the north bank of Mausam river, which is a tributary of the Girna river. Built in 1740 by Naro Shankar Raje bahadur, the general of the Peshwa and took nearly 25 years to complete. Many craftsmen were brought from Surat to help in the completion of the fort; many of whom stayed behind once the fort was completed. At present, there is a Marathi high school located on its premises as well. Despite so many years since its construction, the fort is still in excellent condition. The inner wall is nearly 60 feet high and it has really loft doors. It takes nearly one hour to see the entire fort.

Entry: Free

Timings: 10 AM - 5 PM

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