Welcome to Nasik – one of the highest cities of India, resting peacefully at the foothills of the Western Ghats mountains by the banks of River Godavari. How else to experience the city but through its cuisine? Nasik famous food boasts of preparations such as misal pav, danyachi usal, and makai chivda, to zunka bhakri. Besides you can also explore the wide range of dry fruits, chocolates, and fruit candies typical to this place.
This Maharashtrian city hosts one of the four Kumbh Melas and has immense religious significance for Hindus – with many of its locations finding mention in the Ramayana, from Panchavati to Ramkund. Besides these, you can soak in the fine sights of the city – from forts such as Ramsej and Harihar, and temples such as Someshwar and Kapaleshwar, to Nandur Madhmeshwar Bird Sanctuary.
Known as the Wine Capital of India, Nasik is where you get the finest Indian wines from. This is the place to visit if you want to experience wine festivals such as SulaFest.
Food, wine, history, and culture – there’s little else you need to soak in the spirit of a city. Come, discover the oregional Nasik on SaleBhai.