Best Places to Visit in Nashik

About 169 kilometres from Mumbai, Nasik is an old city and a pilgrimage destination. Nasik has a wonderful history. Nasik is a place closely associated to Hindu mythology, particularly the Ramayana. Lord Ram made this place his home during the 14 years of exile called ‘Vanwas’. They lived in an area now known as ‘Panchavati’. Why the name Nasik? The city gets its name because of an incident where Lakshman, Rams’ brother cut off the nose of Ravana's sister-Surpanakha as she tried to seduce Lord Ram. Also, Lord Hanuman was born close to Nasik, Anjaneri. Every place that you visit speaks a lot about the Indian history. Apart from Nasik being a pilgrimage centre, you’ll be surprised to know that Nasik has the biggest winery in India.

Rich in natural beauty, this city continues to thrive in its own light and bless whoever arrives here in search of inner sanctity. You can take a full day Nasik Darshan Bus tour which departs at 7:30 am. Have the best local experience here! Head towards these must-visit places during your stay at one of the best hotels in Nashik - Kamfotel Hotel Nashik.

Pandavleni Caves near Nashik

Pandavleni Caves

 This place is 10 kilometres away from Nasik. The best time to visit this place is in the morning as the carvings are illuminated by the morning sun. At this place, the Buddhist have left their mark. Following the decline of Buddhism, Jain monks started inhabiting the caves and contributed in improving the structure. There are many caves here but some of them that interests the tourists are cave number 18 and 10. You are sure to explore more once you visit this place

Lit diyas at Shri Kalaram Temple


Nasik is known for its splendid temple architecture. No wonder in this city you will find as many as 100 temples. You can find most of the temples on the banks of river Godavari. The citys most sacred shrine is the Kala Ram Temple. This is supposed to be the place where Lakshman cut off Shurpanakas nose. Visit Sita Gumpha, the place where Sita hid from Ravan. Other temples on your list are Naroshankar temple, Kapileshwar temple and Sundar Narayan temple.

Sula Vineyards near hotel in Nashik

Sula Vineyards

Nasik has Indias largest Winery and vineyards. You can find almost 50 vineyards close to Nasik. They take you on a vine tour and most of them have tasting rooms. You also get interesting discounts if you want to take back home some wine. The best way to reach these places is to take a car.

Trimbak hill in Nashik

Side Trip to Trimbak

This place is a must visit if you are in Nasik. Just 29 kilometres away from Nasik, you can visit the Trimbakeshwar temple which is popular with the pilgrims. This temple is one among the 12 jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The temple exterior is covered with stone sculptures. Visit the source of the river Godavari at the Brahmagiri range. If you are into hiking, then this place is definitely worth a try!


Ramkund showing a lamp with multiple lit wicks


This saintly place attracts both tourists and pilgrims. This is where Lord Ram performed the death rituals of his father. Hence many people come here to immerse the ashes, as they pray for the soul of their loved ones. You can also explore the vibrant vegetable market here. 

Nashik has rapidly evolved into a commercial hub and has become a key destination among corporate clients. Keeping in mind the changing facets of the city and the needs of corporate guests, Kamfotel Hotel Nashik offers posh accommodation and business centres in the city of Nashik. Our Nashik hotels equipped with modern amenities and offer great deals and services to its corporate clientele.

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