Sula Vineyards – Nasik, India
If you’re a business traveler and find yourself stressed in India’s financial capital, Nashik should be on your itinerary. After all, this is where Mumbai-kars go to escape the grind. With greenery in abundance, a view of the hills, and quality local wines, the fast paced life of the city is far behind.
Sula Vineyards – Nashik, India
While there are several vineyards in Nashik, Sula is the most popular. It has a cozy hotel within its sprawling acres, a cafe that overlooks the greens, winery tours, and everything from rosÃ© to dessert wines.
The Tasting Room, Sula Vineyards
Little wonder that most visitors never leave the vineyard. But Nashik has another side too. Located on the banks of the holy Godavari river, it plays an important role in the Ramayana, a Hindu epic, as a place where good conquered evil.
Saadhu At Kumbh Mela
Every 12 years, the Kumbha Mela, the largest religious gathering on Earth is held in Nashik. With hordes of pilgrims, naga sadhus (naked monks) smeared with holy ash, hymns blasting from speakers, it is an experience that’s overwhelming yet exhilarating for the tourist.