Monsoon In Nashik: Top Spots To Enjoy! 

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

The Trimbakeshwar temple is in the small town of Trimbak, which is 28 km from the city of Nashik. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Trimbakeshwar Temple

Hindu devotees visit the mountaintop Hanuman temple. It features a lake and Jain temple ruins.


Tourists flock to the Kalaram Temple to see its Ramayana sculptures and mythological history.

Kalaram Temple

The Dugarwadi waterfall is a beautiful sight that you must see during rainy season. It is 30 km from Nashik.

Dugarwadi Waterfall

From the pass, everyone was amazed by the view of the slopes. It's one of the best places to go near Nashik in the rainy season.

Malshej Ghat

The name of the place tells you that it is a beautiful temple on a hill. There are a lot of stairs to climb, but there are places to stop and rest.

Temple Hill

Bhimashankar is a great place to go hiking, and many people come here to enjoy the peace and quiet, which is only broken by the sounds of birds.

Bhimashankar Temple

The water in India's first soil dam, which was constructed using just mud, is remarkably pure.

Gangapur Backwater Dam

It has a lot of beautiful beaches that aren't as crowded as other beaches, making it a great place to explore the sea.


Saptashrungi can be found among the Sahyadri range's hills, which rise to an average altitude of about 4,500 feet.