Mumbai To Nashik
People love going on holidays every now and then. If you live in Mumbai, then it is difficult to get a long vacation because of the busy life and the time constraint. One of the things that you can do is take short trips over the weekend and come back rejuvenated. One such trip is Mumbai to Nashik which can be much easier when you choose Meru cab services. Nashik is one of the most visited holy places in Maharashtra. Choose from a range of Mumbai to Nashik outstation cabs which are available at affordable fares starting at just Rs. 9/km, with one way, and round trip packages. Mumbai To Nashik cab services at Meru online booking website(meru.in) provides luxury, premium cars for hire with drivers at affordable prices. Nashik is known for the Godavari River and the Kumbh Mela. Book a one-way or round trip cab and head to Nashik today itself to enjoy a memorable trip. If you are looking to see one of the most amazing gatherings of people, then you should not miss the Kumbh Mela.This mela is held once every twelve years. Nashik is also called Mini Maharashtra. This is because of the soil and the climatic conditions here. Nashik is third, only after Mumbai and Pune in terms of the size of the cities in Maharashtra are concerned. Nashik is also famous for its wines. This is because the climate is perfect for growing grapes and more than 50% of the vineyards in India are in Nashik. Book a cab for one way trip, round trip, and multicity with Meru. Our outstation cab service for Mumbai to Nashik is always on time with no extra hidden charges.
Places to see on route
Ghatandevi Mata temple
Ghatan Devi, the “Protector of Ghats”, is the deity of protection.Best for religious people who love to visit holy places on a road trip. Located on a beautiful place little ahead of Igatpuri, and crossing the camel valley you will find the charming, holy temple of Ghatan Devi. Just behind the temple you will find the Tringalwadi Fort.You can witness the scenic beauty from there and relax your mind. The distance of Ghatan Devi temple is 117.2 kms which can be covered in approximately 2 hours 53 minutes via NH160 from Mumbai airport with the convenience of Meru cabs. At Meru, we assure that our customers reach their destination in the stipulated time.
Shri Bhimashankar Jyotirlinga Wildlife
ReserveThis wildlife sanctuary is located on a height of 2100 to 3800 feet in the Bhimashankar village with an area of 100 square kilometers. The sanctuary harbours large diversity of specialised flora and fauna. It is home to the state animal of Maharashtra- Ratufa Indica Elphistonii, sub species of the Indian Giant squirrel that is one of three threatened Indo-Malyan squirrel species. Most of this place is covered with lashing greenery which has made this place a scenic one and attracts many visitors. You will find some wildlife such as Hyena, Leopard, Barking Deer, and Flying Squirrels in this sanctuary. It is worth visiting this wildlife reserve which can be reached using Meru cab services.
Sanjay Gandhi national park
This Park is ideal for a day’s outing or picnic for the Mumbaikars who love to spend some peaceful time in natural tranquility on the lap of green earth. This park is just 11 miles away from the airport, book a Meru cab and reach the park easily. At the heart of Mumbai, it is the residence of wild animals, reptiles, birds and other animals. Two big lakes are located here-Tulsi and Vihar. Don’t forget to witness Kanheri caves and Buddhist Viharas. Tiger and Lion safaris are the main tourist attractions there.
Igatpuri is a town and hill station in the Western Ghat mountains of Maharashtra, western India. The huge Dhamma Giri academy is dedicated to the teaching of Vipassana meditation. At its entrance stands Myanmar Gate, a golden pagoda. North, hilltop Tringalwadi Fort has a small temple. Southeast, trails lead up to Kalsubai Peak. The surrounding Kalsubai Harishchandragad Wildlife Sanctuary is home to leopards and deer.Igatpuri is sacred with quaint attractiveness and is a paradise for nature lovers and escapade enthusiasts. It also has some of the uppermost peaks of the Sahyadri range. Igatpuri is also the main railway station in Maharashtra linking nearby major cities.Be it the railway station or anywhere else in this sacred town,Meru Outstation has several cabs all over the town.Just visit Meru Outstation online and book yourself with comfort and luxury.
PLACES TO SEE IN NASHIK (MUMBAI-NASHIK)
Saptashrungi is a holy site of Hindu pilgrimage situated 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Nashik in the state of Maharashtra. According to Hindu traditions, the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasini dwells within the seven mountain peaks as “Sapta” means seven and “Shrungi” means peaks.Saptashrungi Temple is two storied shrine with the Devi enshrined in the top floor. The Devi image is carved in a cave at the base of a sheer scrap rock face. Here, the Devi is said to be swayambhu (self-manifested) on a rock on the sheer face of a mountain. Seek blessings from Devi Mata by booking a Mumbai to Nashik Meru cab.
In India, Nashik is the only city which is termed as the “wine capital”. And in Nashik’s Igatpuri region, you will find the best Vineyards in India which is Vallonne Vineyards. The estate rests on the gentle slopes of the Sahyadri ranges, washed by the tranquil waters of the Mukhne Lake and overlooking the Kavnai peak, making it an ideal place for vineyard stays and wine tourism. Awesome place with a great view, much relaxing and best for nature lover. Almost 13 types of gorgeous wines will be offered here to celebrate. The vineyard is just 2.5 hours journey from Mumbai in a scenic and picturesque location in Igatpuri which can be easily covered by booking a Meru cab. On the banks of hills with charming weather this boutique vineyard and the adjacent resort offer you a memorable day-outing experience.
Trimbakeshwar Shiva temple
Trimbakeshwar Shiva linga is one of the prominent among 12 jyotirlingas in India. It is located at Trimbak at the source of Godavari river in Nashik which is around 28 kilometers away from the city of Nashik surrounded by the three hills; Brahmagiri, Nilgiri and Katagiri.The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is the Linga in the temple is in the form of a three faced embodying Tridev, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.There are entry gates on all the four sides, viz. East, West, South and North. As per spiritual conceptions the direction East denotes the beginning, West denotes maturity, south denotes fulfillment or completion and the North stands for the revelation. Visit this divine place by booking Mumbai to Nashik Meru cab with all the comforts.
Kalaram temple is situated within the Panchvati area of Nashik City and is well-connected by Meru cabs. This holy temple was constructed by Peshwa Sardar Odhekar in 1790. It is one of the finest modern temples of Ramji in western India which has a seventeen feet high wall of plain dressed stone which surrounds a well-kept enclosure 245 feet long and 105 broad. It is believed that the temple was named after the black stone idol of Lord Rama who was enshrined here as the God. Kala the word means-Black and that is why the temple was named as Kalaram. There is also a very old tree that has Lord Dattatreya’s footprint impressions marked on a stone.This holy temple also holds significance with the Harijan movement by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in 1930.
Sula Vineyards is a winery and vineyard located in the Nashik region of western India,180 km northeast of Mumbai founded by Rajeev Samant in 1998.The holiday lovers rush to this vineyard by booking a Meru Cab simply to stay away from all the stress and fatigue. A visit to the vineyards and winery here is an enjoyable experience for people of all ages and carefully curated to give you an inside peek into the winemaking process while allowing you to make great memories along the way.The serenity and calmness of the place located on the hills of Gangapur offers India’s best-awarded wineries. The total capacity of this vineyard is exceeding 5 million liters in a year.
How would the road map by cab between Mumbai to Nashik look like?
The journey between Mumbai and Nashik is without too much hassle. A number of outstation Meru cabs take the National Highway 160 route that will take you to Nashik in three hours. To take this route, you first need to take the National Highway 160 till you reach the Mumbai Nashik Expressway. Once on the Mumbai Nashik Expressway, you need to reach the Old Agra road and then exit from the Nashik freeway. You will be at your destination in no time and you will be provided with a safe and comfortable journey with Meru cab services.
What is the best time to visit?
Like the rest of Western Maharashtra, summers get really hot in Nashik. It is best to visit Nashik during the winters. The temperature falls to almost 5-degree Celsius between October and March. If you are looking to visit Nashik during the rains, then you should visit between June and September and this is the best time for a beautiful and memorable road trip. The best way to enjoy this journey is by booking a cab at Meru cab service and just relax on the ride.
Alternate routes to Nashik from Mumbai?
There is only one major route from Mumbai to Nashik. This route does not have too many turns and detours and you should reach Nashik within the stipulated time that is approximately 167 kms and with Meru cab services you would reach within 3 hours. You don’t have to worry about not having sufficient places to stop because this route is perfect for stopovers.
What is the road condition like between Mumbai to Nashik?
The road condition between Mumbai and Nashik is pretty smooth once you reach the National Highway 160. The roads in Mumbai can be difficult to navigate and it gets worse during the monsoon. It is best to leave early in the morning so that you do not have to drive when the sun is shining brightly in the afternoon.Choose Meru cabs for best services and on time pick up to experience the best road trip.