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  • Suyash T
    5 contributions
    Most popular and oldest vineyard in Nashik/Nasik.
    And probably my tenth visit to this place.
    Very welcoming property. Well maintained.
    The parking is a problem if you are a visitor. The watchman is rude he doesn’t let you park in the shade even when there are many empty spots. It’s just for the ones with booking for stay he clarifies. He probably is doing his job. But I think considering the heat outside the shade is essential even for cars. The visitors are also spending money to come visit the property.
    Unfair for visitors to park on open ground.
    Moving on. The staff is very helpful.
    The property is good and has a good vibe.
    If you have never visited a vineyard before this property offers all the information about making wines and enjoying them.
    The food is good.
    Many good locations if you love clicking photos or videos this place has a lot to offer.
    The Sula wines are very popular and you get variety of wines here at a good fair price.

    Enjoy the best Vineyard in Maharahstra
    Written 14 March 2022
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  • Samir
    15 contributions
    One of the cleanest temples of Maharashtra. It's a beautiful and divine place. I with my wife visited it on 4th day of Navratri. Very Soothing breeze. Must visit . It's a shaktipeeth. Matas right arm had fell here. Scenic beauty
    Written 6 April 2022
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  • Monil
    Mumbai, India9 contributions
    Good place to know about Indian history. The walk up the 200 odd stone stairs is a bit hard and may take some time to reach the top
    Written 19 April 2022
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  • Pratik Rathi
    Mumbai, India10 contributions
    Vallone is a beautifully made Boutique Vineyard that is located amidst scenic mountains with a lake view. A little off the route and a few rough KMs away from the Igatpuri hill station, Vallone will be worth the detour.

    - With only 4 rooms for accommodation in the property (yes, it is a very small property for stay purposes), it'll be great for a group of 8-12 who'd want to occupy the full floor and get the villa feel. The rooms are contemporary and try to give a European touch. As Vallone isn't primarily a hotel per-se, the housekeeping and room service lacks. Yet, it is equivalent to that of a 3-star hotel. There is plenty big living area between the 4 rooms for groups to spend time. The rooms have a balcony and a great view of the lake and the scenary! Take a glass of wine and unwind!

    - The Groud Floor has a restaurant, 'Mallakan Spice' which offers Inspired Asian Cuisine in Indian Style. And the food is great!

    - There is a plenty big garden area on the mouth of the Vineyard while the Vineyard is at the back. The garden area is a great picnic spot for groups. If lucky, you might meet Ginger, the pet dog of the Vineyard owners.

    - The staff is courteous and hospitable. Aditi, the owner of the property will go an extra mile to make your stay pleasant.
    Written 6 December 2021
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  • Nagmani2015
    Jamnagar, India99 contributions
    We were travelling from Mumbai to Nashik via Jawhar to trekk this fort. Raods r good, through valley section, with a lots of turns and twists. Drive carefully, it may take time as it's not NH.

    It's just 40 kms before Nashik. Roads from highway to fort (10 kms) are not good, there r no hotels in this leg. However, small shops r there till the top of the fort.

    It takes one hour to climb up from the foothill, I along with my 11 years daughter started at 5:15 pm and reached on top by 6:20 pm. Don't carry ur kid, if ur kid is not confident and strong enough.

    Wear good trekking shoes for better grips. Yes, trekking here is quite adventurous and downward view may fill u with thrill.

    Don't keep any valuable in backpack, as monkeys enroute come and look for eatables, and may throw away remaining items, like, they did with my hotel booking papers, vaccination certificates and water bottles. If they come, be calm, let them check ur bags, keep ur grip on stairs, and let them take away what they wish. They don't harm.

    From Maha Darwaja (main entrance), there r more 30 steps that will take u to the top. Views from there is breathtaking.
    By the time, we reached top, sun was set. All the shopkeepers enroute had left (shops were closed) , as we started late. Fort remains opened round the clock. But in dark, one may stray as after sunset it's completely dark.

    Climbing down is more adventurous, I think. U will have to be on your fours. U will have to climb down in the same way (on your fours), u climbed up.

    We strayed several times due to complete dark, and mere mobile torch is not enough. So start early and have sufficient time with you. It was a great fun, adventure and a lifetime moment trekking Harihar fort. We loved it very much.
    Written 24 March 2022
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  • TheOmniscience
    341 contributions
    Nice experience, there are steps all around. it was raining when we visited there, so was quite slippery. many small stalls for tea and snacks around. also, we saw some monkeys. overall easy and nice experience nature was at its best
    Written 10 February 2020
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  • skdel2016
    National Capital Territory of Delhi, India210 contributions
    The temple is well maintained and is well known for it's architecture. It's made of black stone The complex witnesses different cultural and ritual activities particularly in Ramnawmi and 3 days after i.e. on Ekadshi- There is big procession with Ratha, cultural activities, Dhol and dance performance in typical Marathi style . Jai Ho
    Written 26 April 2022
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  • Ardhanareeshvara
    Pune, India908 contributions
    A short drive from the centre of Nashik takes us to the York winery,along the Wine Trail which has become so popular in this region. Though relatively new the set-up is efficient and it catching on in popularity. While we could not take a tour ( most grape buying is now contracted) or processing, the complimentary wine tasting was welcome and took place atop the building with a fine view of vineyards and river. We got to taste a range of reds and whites which was memorable.

    Our satisfaction can be gauged by the fact that we walked away with a case of wine as a remembrance.
    Written 21 January 2021
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  • DESAI RAKESH
    Mumbai, India59 contributions
    I went to anjneri hill , from grape county resort , it is nice experience and worth trying . its easy trek ,
    Written 29 March 2021
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  • rathod2017
    Bharuch, India888 contributions
    Mangi Tungi, is a beautiful place in Nashik. it is little scared temple. and so far from nashik. but still it is a nice place to visit.
    Written 17 January 2020
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  • NehaPrasad310
    Navi Mumbai, India1 contribution
    The tour of wine tasting was well explained. The food was awesome which was prepared by Smites kadam and Pralad . The service team was lead by Fhaiyaj. I recommend visiting this place and making your weekend.
    Written 15 May 2022
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  • Vaibhav
    1 contribution
    regarding the comment on the pic no 82, That's not Hindu God Ganesha, it's not elephant it's boar, he is Manibhadra veer a Yaksha. In Sūryaprajñapti, a Manibhadra chairya in Mithila is mentioned. Yakshas are referred to in the Harivamsa Purana (783 A.D.) of Jinasena made the beginning of this concept.[15] Among them, Manibhadra and Purnabadra yakshas and Bahuputrika yakshini have been the most popular. Manibhadra and Purnabadra yakshas are mentioned a chief of yakshas, Manibhadra of Northern ones and Purnabadra of Southern ones.

    Manibhadra still a yaksha worshipped by the Jains, specially those affiliated with the Tapa Gachchha. Three temples are famous for association with Mandibhadra: Ujjain, Aglod (Mehsana) and Magarwada (Banaskantha). Manibhadra Yaksha (or Vira) is a popular demigod among the Jains in Gujarat.[16] His image can take many forms, including unshaped rocks, however in the most common representation, he is shown with a multi-tusked elephant Airavata.
    Written 15 February 2022
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  • Abanatrix
    Mumbai, India67 contributions
    Very lovely peaceful setting. The mass was just as we were leaving but all the areas around were also very pretty. People from all faiths were there to offer prayers.
    Must go.
    Written 5 February 2021
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  • Akshay Sharma
    New Delhi, India9,279 contributions
    This temple is located near Nasik Rly station and on the way to Tapowan. It has good architecture a shop inside selling eatables. The atmosphere inside is serene and conducive for meditation.
    Written 5 September 2021
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  • Dhavy
    16 contributions
    Excellent museum. Clean, well maintained. Has amazing war paintings, amazing canons, amazing calmness. Also has a WW2 plane
    Written 8 May 2022
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