10 Best Things To Do In Nashik For A Delightful Vacation

10 Best Things To Do In Nashik

Nashik is a city in Maharashtra which is famous in many ways. That place has many side’s like Historic side, has many temples and the nature here is very beautiful which makes your trip more enjoyable. Besides. From ancient heritage sites to culinary delights and serene landscapes, our guide unveils 10 Best Things To Do In Nashik For A Delightful Vacation that promise an unforgettable vacation in Nashik

Here are the 10 Best Things To Do In Nashik For A Delightful Vacation:

1. Vaitarna River

There are many things to do in Nashik but if you like something thrilling then White water rafting is one for you at Vaitarna River, and this Nashik riverside camp has many more experience includes like cli jumping, swimming and many more, and these once Experience can be done in life.

Time required: 1 Hour (Approx.)

Location: Vaitarna River, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Things to do: You can visit – Vandri View Point, Igatpuri water sports & camping, Vaitarna Dam View Point, Vandri Lake, etc.

2. Saraf Bazar

Saraf Bazar is one of the busiest bazar in Nashik, many tourists visit this bazar every day. This bazar famous for gold and silver ornaments of this bazaar, here you can see many new things and take as tokens of love for your loved ones.

Time required: 2 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Panchvati, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Things to do: Saraf Bazaar in Nashik has many things to do, including temples, museums, and gardens.

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3. Spice Garden Restaurant

10 Best Things To Do In Nashik

One of the best things to do in Nashik is this fine dinning restaurant, the restaurant is famous for its North Indian Cuisine, and it has exquisite buffet which is of very high quality, salads, starters, main course, desserts, All these buffets are very delicious.

Time required: 2 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Hotel Lily Sarovar Portico, 904 Chetna Nagar, Mumbai-Agra Road, Parijat Nagar, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: 7:00 AM -10.30 PM

4. Trimbakeshwar Temple:

Trimbakeshwar Temple is a common destination for tourists visiting Nashik as they must visit here once to pray, so this place you can add to your list. Sri Trimbakeshwar Temple is a religious center housing one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. The remarkable feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is that its three faces represent Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Due to the excessive use of water, the linga has started to decay.

Time required: 1-2 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Trimbak, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: 5:30 AM โ€“ 9:00 PM

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5. Someshwar Waterfall 

10 Best Things To Do In Nashik

One of the fun things to do in Nashik is the Someshwar Waterfall. This Falls are one of the best waterfalls in Maharashtra and are one of the must-visit places of the Nashik and has a picnic spot which is very popular.ย Someshwar waterfallsย are also known as Dudhsagar waterfall,ย  you can spend lovely quality time here with your family.so you can must choose that place.

Time required: 2-3 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Ambedkar Nagar, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: NA

Things to do: Here are some things to do at Someshwar Waterfall  in Nashik:- Trekking and hiking, Camping, Walk through the spice gardens.

6. Brahmagiri Hill

Brahmagiri Hill is one of the best trekking spots in Nashik, you won’t know how your time will pass by walking here, the nature here is very beautiful, pleasant and relaxing. Apart from trekking here you can do hiking & camping.

Time required: 3 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Western Ghats, Nashik, (Maharashtra)

Timing: Day time

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7. Nashik City Centre Mall

Nashik city center mall is perfect if you want to spend some time with your friends and family, this mall has it all. Good collection, restaurants, theatre also many things. So you can do fun here with your family and friends.

Time required: 3 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Untwadi Rd, Lava te Nagar, Lava Te Nager, Parijat Nagar, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

8. Anjneri Hill

Anjneri Hill is a good place for trekking and people believe that Lord Hanuman was born here so this place is named after his mother named Anjani. The hills are known for hiking/trekking and are very scenic in monsoons. The entrance to the hiking trail is not well marked, this place is very beautiful.

Time required: 3 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Anjneri Hills, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: All-day

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9. Pandavleni Caves

Pandavleni Caves is one of the top 10 Best Things To Do In Nashik. Pandavleni Caves, known as Pandu caves or Nasik Caves, they are situated in the foothills of Trivashmi Hills. Known to be built around from the 3rd century, the caves are the combined group of 24 caves that represent Hinayana Buddhism. So if you like historic place then you can must visit that place.

Time required: 2-3 Hours (Approx.)

Location: Pandav Lene Rd, Buddha Vihar, Nashik (Maharashtra)

Timing: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

10. Water parks:

Who doesn’t like Water park’s? So many ride’s in the water, rain dance and water Park’s if it’s Nashik, then the fun is doubled because of the Water Park’s here in Nashik, you can spend your whole day at this water park.

Waterparks In Nashik:

Shubham Water WorldJadhav Paradise, Anjeneri Hills
Shagun Water ParkNear Ghoti Toll Plaza
Blue Lagoon Water ParkMumbai-Nashik Highway

Time required:ย 2-3 Hours (Approx.)


Shubham Water World :-10:00 am to 05:00 pm; every day
Shagun Water Park :-11:00 am to 05:00 pm; every day
Blue Lagoon Water Park :-10:00 am to 06:00 pm; every day

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January 10, 2024
Santu Chakraborty

Author: Santu Chakraborty

Hey there! I'm Santu Chakraborty and I'm not your typical traveler. By day, I wrangle circuits and solve electrical mysteries as an engineer, but my true passion lies in exploring the world and sharing those experiences with you. For the past five years, this blog has been my canvas, where I paint stories of adventure, practical travel tips, and cultural insights to ignite your wanderlust. So, come join me on my journeys and discover the magic that awaits just beyond the horizon!  

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