Near by places to visit

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Trimbakeshwar

one of the holy places of not only Maharashtra but the whole India is near Nashik. Trimbakeshwar is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas in India.

Vani

This temple is at Saptashringi Hill. The presiding goddess Saptashringi Devi has 18 weapons in 18 hands and is positioned ready to fight the demons.

Shirdi

Shri Sai Baba is revered as one of the greatest saints ever seen in India, endowed with unprecedented powers, and is worshiped as a God incarnate. (SAI meaning Sakshaat Ishwar) - GOD THE ABSOLUTE.

RAMKUND

Prabhu Shri Ramchandra stayed in Nasik during his 14 Years VANVASA period. He used to take Bath at this place, thus it is recognised as RAMKUND. The same place is a part of KUMBHMELA, which comes after every 12 Years.

Sandhan Vally

Sandhan valley is one of the greatest canyons in the Sahyadri mountain ranges. It is a very good combination of a canyon and a valley. Sandhan valley is undoubtedly, The Valley of Suspense. Walking through the narrow streak of valley with 200 ft rock walls on both the sides is a awesome lifetime experience

Nandurmadhmeshwar

This place is known as bird-lovers paradise. This place is also known as the Maharashtras Bharatpur. This bird sanctuary has been developed here since 1950. Nandurmadhmeshwar is home to thousands of migratory birds. October to March is the ideal season to bird watch.

Waldevi Dam

Enjoy the Nature with Waldevi River and back water of dam

Anjaneri Reverse waterfall

The fort of Anjaneri, being the birthplace of lord ‘Hanuman’, has a great historical importance! On the way from Anjaneri village to the Fort some carvings can be seen in the caves near the steps. Besides being intriguing and eye-catching, the caves and the inscriptions are believed to be from the Jain followers. Reverse Waterfall

Harihar Fort

Harihar is also known as Harsh gad.. In 1670 This fort was captured by Moropant pingle who was Peshwa of Shivaji maharaj . On 8 Jan 1689 this fort was captured by Moghul sardar Mattabar khan but sooner it was recaptured by Marathas. Atlast in 1818 British Army defeated Marathas and captured this fort.