Scenic Places

Dugarwadi-Waterfall
Dugarwadi Waterfall

Dugarvadi Waterfall

Dugarwadi waterfall is 30 kilometres (19 mi) from Nashik on Trimbakeshwar road and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from the Jawhaar road. In monsoon season, people are advised to take care as the water level suddenly rises. At a distance of 8 km from Trimbakeshwar and 38 km from Nashik, Dugarwadi waterfall is one of the best natural waterfalls of Maharashtra situated near Sapgon.  Read More

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Gargoti Museum

Gargoti Museum

Gargoti Museum is India’s one & only Gem & Mineral Museum A sister concern of Superb Minerals India Pvt. Ltd. which was established as an export firm in 1994 by its sibling Promoters Mr.K.C.Pandey & R.C.Pandey. Catering the demand of Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals around the world, Superb Minerals since last 15 years emerged as the leading dealer of Indian Zeolite Minerals & Crystals around the world.  Read More

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HAL Museum

HAL Pragati Museum

Pragati Aerospace Museum (also known as “Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Pragati Museum”) is situated outside the town of Nashik in India. In August 2001, HAL opened this museum to showcase their technical achievements and commendable journey. The models of air-crafts manufactured by HAL are kept here for display. The models are mounted on pylons. Read More

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Mamacha Mala

Mamacha Mala

Mamacha Mala Matrubhumi Farm, Matori Road, Makhamalabad, Nashik. Sanskruti’s Agro Tourism Mamacha Mala welcomes you to spend memorable time with nature and delicious food at farm located near Makhamalabad Village. The Mamacha Mala nestles in lust green surroundings combining the charm of a rural area and comforts of an urban city. Read More

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Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary

Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary is located in Niphad Tehsil of Nashik district in Western Maharashtra. A stone pick up weir was constructed in 1907-13 across the river Godavari just below the confluence of Kodwa and Goadavari rivers at Nandur Madhameshwar. Spread over the protected area of 10000 hectares, lies the core area of 1765 hectares, where the large variety of water birds, resident and migratory birds congregate in season. It is now counted as one of the important water fowl habitats in the region by the International Union of Conservation of Nature. Read More

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Nisarg Raja Agro

Nisarg Raja Agro

Imagine panoramic views of lush greenery all around you and an ambience drenched in tranquillity! At Nisarg Raja, everything is in harmony with nature. Spread across multiple acres of verdant land in Nashik, Nisarg Raja is a scenic paradise overlooking the Gangapur dam where you can enjoy timeless moments with nature. Through agro-tourism Nisarg Raja offers you the perfect opportunity to experience some local adventure in the lap of nature.  Read More

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Pandav Leni

Pandav Leni

The location of the caves is a holy Buddhist site and is located about 8 km south of the center of Nashik, Maharashtra, India, on the outskirts of the city. Trirashmi Leni (also known as Pandu caves, Pandavleni caves, or Nasik caves) (Leni is a Marathi word for caves), are a group of 24 caves carved between the 1st century BCE and the 2nd century CE, representing the Hinayana Buddhist caves and has nothing to do with the characters of Mahabharata (the Pandavas). Most of the caves are Viharas except for the 18th cave which is a Chaitya.  Read More