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Top 9 Tourist Attractions & Places To Visit In Nashik, Maharastra

Top 9 Tourist Attractions & Places To Visit In Nashik, Maharastra

Nashik is decked with beautiful tourist locations that redefine the incredible beauty of this district of Maharashtra.

With beautiful vineyards, it is also popularly known as the “Wine and grape capital of India”.

The beautiful district of Nashik not only has picturesque peaks and forests but also has the most famous spiritual places, especially those associated with the epic Ramayana.


Nashik offers tourists a lot of things to do and see.

The flowing Godavari River, the scenic beauty of nine hills encircling the district, and of course a good climate add to the charm of this renowned destination.

In this article, you will get to know about the following places to visit in Nashik,

  1. Pandav Leni Caves
  2. Harihar Fort
  3. Brahmagiri Hill
  4. Shaptashrungi
  5. Muktidham Temple
  6. Coin Museum
  7. Ramkund
  8. Sula Vineyards
  9. Anjaneri Fort

Let’s see each of these places in detail…

1. Pandav Leni Caves

Pandav Leni Caves, Nashik

Jain Kings built Pandavleni caves for the favorable stay of Jain Saints. These caves are situated about 3004 feet above the ocean on the Trirasmi hill.

These are a collection of historical Buddhist caves (B.C.250- A.D.600). The inscriptions and the carved work are almost 1500-2000 years old.

Many caves are also known for their outstanding sculptures.


Most of the caves have beautiful and include magnificent idols of Lord Buddha representing Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhism and popular Jain Tirthankaras.

There are excellent provisions of water tanks present here which are intriguingly chiseled and finely carved into rocks.

2. Harihar Fort

Harihar Fort, Nashik

Located in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, Harihar fort is very popular among travel enthusiasts for a quick retreat amidst the surreal nature.

The surrounding fort is blessed with picturesque views of nature and the rich green vegetation creates a soothing ambiance all around.

This wonderful spot is a paradise for trekkers.

As soon as you get to the hilltop of Harihar Fort, you will be swayed away by the breathtaking views around.

You can also see many forts from this vantage point like Bhaskargad or Basgad, Anjaneri fort, Bhandardurg, Vaitarna lake, Utwad fort, etc.

Trekking up the steep hill path (80 degrees inclined), is worth it as you can see ancient idols of Nandi, Shiva, and Lord Hanuman here.

3. Brahmagiri Hill

Brahmagiri Hill, Nashik

Brahmagiri Hill is a true epitome of beauty and spirituality. It is the origin point of the sacred river Godavari and is located adjacent to the Trimbakeshwar Temple.

This is said to be the hill of Lord Brahma.

Your inner soul will be revived and relaxed after a visit to the Brahmagiri hill. You can readily connect with mother nature here.


Green slopes, lavish flora, and a pollution-free atmosphere abound throughout the region.

Additionally, the rugged terrains not only draw pilgrims but also attract a considerable size of trekkers every year.

4. Saptashrungi

The popular Hindu pilgrimage site of Saptashrungi is located in Nashik.

It is one of the Shaktipeeths in Maharashtra and is the temple dedicated to the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasin.

It is said that a part of Devi Sati’s (Lord Shiva’s wife) right arm fell here.

The Devi is claimed to be “Swayambhu,” or self-manifested, in this holy shrine. The eight-foot-tall idol is blazing orange in color as it is covered in sindoor or vermillion.

The formidable goddess has eighteen hands and carries one powerful weapon in each hand.

As the name suggests the place is surrounded by seven mountain peaks or Sapta Shringa with 108 Kundas, or lakes of water. The verdant forests are filled with medicinal plants.

To reach the temple resting on a hilltop, one must climb 510 stairs or use a ropeway (INR 90 for adults and INR 45 for children).

The temple provides complimentary meals to the devotees during major festivals like Navratri and Poornima.

5. Muktidham Temple

The marble temple complex of Muktidham is the most popular pilgrimage tourist spot in Deolalai Gaon of Nashik.

This Temple Complex was constructed in 1971 by the late Sri JayramBhai Bytco.

The magnificent shrine, which is home to the majority of Hindu gods and goddesses, features exact replicas of all 12 Jyotirlingas of India.


It is a busy pilgrimage site because it is believed that receiving a holy darshan of it offers redemption and sanctity as receiving a holy darshan of four other holy Dhams in India.

Here you can see a temple of Sri Krishna with paintings depicting episodes of Mahabharat.

The complex also houses major Hindu Gods and Goddesses like Vishnu, Goddess Lakshmi, Rama, Lakshman, Sita, Hanuman, Durga, Ganesh, and a Dharamshala.

There is a huge gathering of devotees during the Kumbha Mela.

6. Coin Museum

Coin museum was founded by the Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies in 1980. It was done to exhibit a huge collection of the well-documented history of the Indian Currency system.

The museum is surrounded by panoramic views of Anjaneri Hills.

The exhibits in the museums include bronze, terracotta, copper-hoard objects, paintings, and a few historical artifacts in addition to coins, molds, dyes, replicas, pictures, and numismatic material.

These exhibits provide a thorough insight into the many monetary systems that have been used in India over the years.

Additionally, the museum features dioramas that demonstrate the processes used in coin manufacture.

It also organizes workshops almost daily promoting coin collection in India.

7. Ramkund

Ramkund, Nashik

Ramkund is located along the bank of the Godavari River.

According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that Lord Rama used to bathe here, making it the holiest location in Nashik.

This place contains the Asthivilaya Tirth, which dissolves the final remains of bone ashes.

It was constructed in Satara in 1696 by Chitrarao Khatav, a landowner of the Khatav family, and restored by Madhavrao the fourth Peshva’s mother, Gopikabai.


People carry the cremated remains of their departed loved ones and dissolved them in Asthivilay Kund.

The Ashes of great personalities including those of Pandit Nehru, Indira Gandhi, Y. B. Chavan, and others, were immersed at Ramkund.

8. Sula Vineyards

Sula Vineyards, Nashik

The Sula Vineyards is a well-known winery known for its vast extended grape vines.

This enormous estate has grown tremendously popular over the years and is open to the general public every day for a session of wine tasting and a tour of the vineyard.

Sula Vineyards has many wineries and is popular of being the first ever winery in India.

The Grape Stomping process that undertakes here between January and March is a wonderful thing to see here.

Also, the vineyard has two restaurants that serve scrumptious cuisines, a gift shop, and a bottle shop.

The vineyards also have a lovely resort too.

9. Anjaneri Fort

Anjaneri fort is located about 20 km from Nashik, perched in the lovely Nashik-Trimbakeshwar mountain range.

The Fort is popular in Nashik and it is a unique place as it is the only temple fort dedicated to Anjani Mata.

Anjaneri derives its name from Lord Hanuman’s mother Anjani. It is also thought to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. Hence it is a popular place among Hindu Devotees.


There are numerous small Jain temples, caves, and a foot-shaped lake on the way to this popular Hanuman temple.

In addition to its spiritual importance, Anjaneri is extremely popular among hikers.

You can also view beautiful lush landscapes and medicinal plants on the Anjani Fort Trek.

These are some of the popular places to visit in Nashik.

These places will not disappoint you at all, whether you desire to explore your spiritual self, visit the beautiful landscapes, or indulge in a superb wine-tasting experience.

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