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Nashik experiences typical sub tropical climatic conditions with warn summers and humid monsoon season. The summer months ranging between March and July are warm and sticky with maximum temperatures rising as high as 45 degrees Celsius. The monsoon season from July-September brings adequate rainfall to Nashik making it a little too humid for comfort. The winter season in Nashik is pleasantly enjoyable. Average temperatures between October to February range between 8 to 10 degrees Celsius while the mercury may dip to as low as 2 degrees Celsius in December. Nashik receives good sunshine in the winter season making it a perfect time to catch up with the cultural richness of this vibrant city.

How To Reach

By Road:

Nashik is well connected by good motor able roads and highways. Reaching Nashik by road is by far the most preferred route used by majority of the tourists. Regular cab and bus services ply between Mumbai and Nashik (170 km) and Pune to Nashik (212 km).

By Air:

The Nashik Ozar airport located at a distance of 25 Kms from the Nashik city center connects Nashik to all major Indian cities and towns. Taxis and Buses are easily available outside the Nashik airport to reach the city center.

By Rail:

Nashik has a dedicated railway station with good connectivity from all major towns of Maharashtra including Mumbai. Nashik railway station is one of the most important junctions under the Mumbai railway division. Nashik station is well connected by Pune and Mumbai with regular train services. Local cabs and buses are available outside the Nashik railway station to visit various attractions across the city.


Nashik located on the banks of Godavari River is one of the most religious cities of Maharashtra. Due to its mythological, historical, social and cultural importance, Nashik is located in the basin formed by the Sahyadri Hills. Home to one of the 12 holy Jyotirlings and host to the Kumbha Mela festival every 12 years, Nashik offers a great insight into the cultural and religious heritage of India. Nashik is a perfect blend of ancient heritage and modernization. Nashik is famous for its pristine wine yards and is also known as the wine capital of India.


Believed to be the place where place Lord Lakshman slashed off the nose of demon queen Surpanakha, Nashik is home to a number of temples and religious shrines attracting pilgrims and devotees from all across the world. Considered to be one of the finest rising metropolitan in Maharashtra, Nashik offers a perfect blend of culture and modernity. The city has a large number of swanky shopping malls and high end luxury hotels catering to the needs of the travelers. With its rich alluvial soil and cool climatic conditions, Nashik is a hotbed of agricultural activity producing some of the best varieties of grapes used abundantly in the wine industry.


The people of Nashik are warm and friendly with Marathi and Hindi being the largely spoken languages. The local cuisine of Nashik has a strong Maharashtrian influence with the ‘Wada Paw’ and ‘Bhel Puri’ being the most popular local snacks. The city offers a wide large of accommodation options catering to the need of the budget tourist as well as the high end luxury traveler. The city attracts a large number of tourists during the annual Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrated with great pomp and show all across the city.


With its lovely grape orchids and wine yards to pristine temples and ancient religious shrines, Nashik has something in it for everyone. The city is well connected to all major Indian cities and towns making it an ideal tourist destination.