Nashik Godaghat Photowalk

Nashik heritage tour by Sula Vineyards


Nashik, Known as the wine capital of India around the globe is primarily a Pilgrimage city and famous for its ancient temples and greenery, Not only known for its beautiful weather and lush landscapes, but also for its spiritual roots, being the source of the holy Godavari River.

The once-in-12-years spiritual congregation in Nashik, known as Simhastha Kumbhamela, takes place this year and the most auspicious period is from July 14 to September 25. Close to 10 million devotees from all over the country as well as from abroad are expected to visit our town and take holy dip to purify their soul in Godavari during this period.

Nashik Godaghat Photowalk
Nashik Godaghat Photowalk

“Of the 10 million visitors expected during the Kumbh, not everyone comes to take a holy dip. Many tourists just come to experience the ‘mahol’ (ambiance) and want to explore all the places around the city,” said Monit Dhavale, associate vice-president (hospitality) at Sula Vineyards.Sula’s new extended tasting room at the vineyards has opened just in time to cater to the large number of tourists exploring the wine capital this Kumbh Mela.Many people usually first visit the religious places like Shirdi and Trimbakeshwar before dousing themselves with the best of wine produced in the country.

Sula’s pristine resort, Beyond by Sula is located right in between the two holy sites of Trimbakeshwar and Ramkund! Tourists coming for Kumbh specially can enjoy staying here. They can experience the MahaKumbh and then come back to the resort for a clam and serene evening.

Beyond by Sula is getting lot of inquiries from India as well as abroad for stay close to the ‘ShahiSnan’ dates in August and September, and is offering a guided heritage tour to the guests;they will be taken through Ram Kund, SitaGumpha, Ganga Temple, Kala Ram Mandir and all such rich holy destinations around Panchavati.The guide will elaborate on the historical and spiritual importance of these destinations. “Some places like the Ganga Temple are open only once in 12 years during the Kumbh festival,”Travellers won’t want to miss this well planned tour.

To book a heritage tour or Room at Beyond by Sula email beyond@sulawines.com or call on +91 78755 55725

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