Nasik attractions

Vineyard in Nasik

Sula Vineyards

Sula Vineyards, located 15km west of Nasik, commands around 65% of the Indian wine market. It offers a slick, professional tour (around 45 minutes) of its impressive estate and high-tech facilities. This is rounded …
Winery in Nasik

Grover Zampa

Indian wine pioneers first produced juice with imported French vines at their Karnataka estate in 1982. Today it's easily India's most lauded winery (74 international awards between 2014 and 2016 alone). Tours and t…
Winery in Nasik


Nasik's newest winery is a world-class facility on meticulously manicured grounds that easily rank as Nasik's most peaceful and beautiful. Tastings (₹500), by appointment only, feature India's leading sparkling wine…
Winery in Nasik

Soma Vine Village

Soma Vine Village, 17km west of the city centre, is one one of Nasik's newest wineries and offers 45-minute tours that end in a sampling plucked from its 11-wine roster (five/seven wines ₹250/350), including its awa…
Winery in Nasik

York Winery

York Winery offers tours and wine-tasting sessions (five/seven wines ₹150/250) in a top-floor room that has scenic views of the lake and surrounding hills. Four reds, including its flagship barrel-aged Cab-Shiraz, t…
Ghat in Nasik


This bathing ghat in the heart of Nasik’s old quarter sees hundreds of Hindu pilgrims arriving daily to bathe, pray and – because the waters provide moksha (liberation of the soul) – to immerse the ashes of departed…
Hindu Temple in Nasik

Sita Gumpha

Sita is said to have hidden in this cave-like temple while being assailed by the evil Ravana. You’ll have to stoop and shuffle your way into the cave as the entrance is very narrow – claustrophobics should keep on w…
Hindu Temple in Nasik

Kala Rama Temple

The city’s holiest shrine dates back to 1794 and contains unusual black-stone representations of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana. Legend has it that it occupies the site where Lakshmana sliced off Surpanakha’s nose.
Cave in Nasik

Pandav Leni

Dating from the 1st century BC to the 2nd century AD, the 24 early Buddhist caves of Pandav Leni are located about 8km south of Nasik along the Mumbai road. There’s a steep, 20-minute hike separating the caves from …
Memorial in Nasik

Dadasaheb Phalke Memorial

Below the Pandav Leni caves is the Dadasaheb Phalke Memorial, dedicated to the pioneering Indian movie producer of the same name.