Nashik’s Top 5 Tourism Attractions

  1. Saptashrungi

Saptashrungi, sometimes spelled Saptashringi, is a Hindu pilgrimage destination and one of India’s foremost spiritual locations. The temple is located around 77 kilometres from the major city of Nashik, Maharashtra, and houses the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasini, who is claimed to reside inside the seven mountain peaks.

To get to the temple grounds, you must climb 510 stairs. Each year, thousands of Hindu devotees from the Shaktism sect go to the temple to pray. The temple is one of India’s 51 Sati Peethas and one of three in Maharashtra. You may make your way to the temple and pray in peace. You may take a cab from Nashik Railway Station to the temple.

  1. Trirashmi Caves

The Trirashmi Caverns, also known as the Nashik Caves, are a collection of 23 caves situated 8.9 kilometres from the city centre. The caverns were carved between the first and third centuries CE. The caverns have some beautiful rock-cut Buddhist sculptures from ancient Indian architecture. A day trip here is one of the primary destinations to visit in Nashik. You may hire private transportation to get to the caverns and tour the region. You should also explore the nearby caverns named Karla Caves, Bhaja Caves, Patan Cave, and Bedse Caves. Trirashmi Caves may be accessed via either public or private transportation from Nashik Railway Station or Nashik Airport.

  1. Ramkund

Ramkund in Nashik is a prominent tourist destination and a top tourist destination. The pond is considered exceedingly sacred by Hindus since Lord Rama is reported to have bathed here before departing for exile. People throng to the temple and the pond, which are thought to be extremely remarkable and holy. The pond is also the focal point of the Kumbhamela, which attracts millions of people from all around India. Ramkund is a tourist attraction located inside the municipal limits. You may rest by the Ghats or take a bath in the pond, which is packed on Akshaya Tritiya and during the Kumbh Mela, but you can see the spectacular sunset from afar.

  1. Anjaneri Hills

Anjaneri is a fort in the Nashik-Trimbakeshwar mountainous region. Anjaneri Hills is just 20 kilometres from Nashik and is accessible via Trimbak Road. The hills, which have an elevation of 1,280 metres, are among the most attractive destinations to visit near Nashik. People come to Anjaneri Hills as part of a hiking adventure during the rainy season. The hike will take you through lush green slopes with amazing scenery of the valleys below. Don’t mind stopping at the waterfalls and snap some photos.

  1. Dudhsagar Falls / Someshwar Falls

The Dudhsagar Falls in Nashik are one of the top tourist attractions in the area. The waterfall is quite magnificent, and its force and beauty will captivate you. The waterfall, also referred as Someshwar Falls, is nestled in calm settings and is only a short drive from the major metropolis. While it does not have a significant height, the waterfall is at its peak during the rainy season and is extremely breath-taking. You must go there by own vehicle and can organise a day excursion in the region. This is a lovely spot for a quiet picnic away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Dudhsagar Falls is 9 kilometres from the Nashik bus station and may be reached via local transportation.

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