A Weekend In Nashik
Also known as India’s wine country, Nashik boasts green landscapes, fresh lakes and famous vineyards
Not many Mumbaikars would deny how exhilarating and addictive living in the fast-paced Maximum City can be, but few would turn down the opportunity for a weekend getaway replete with rest and relaxation. That’s just what you’ll get in nearby Nashik.
Less than 200km away from Mumbai, this popular retreat – known as India’s wine country – Nashik is also home to a few noteworthy temples, a lovely sprawling garden, 2000 year old caves and even a brand new water park.
Whether you’re escaping the city with friends, family or a loved one, the beauty of a weekend in Nashik is it can be as active, relaxing or romantic as you want it to be. Not far from Mumbai, but far enough to feel like a getaway, a couple of days here will leave you calm and ready to take on the chaos of city life once again.
Where to stay- Sula Vineyard’s Beyond
The Gateway Hotel Ambad Nashik
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