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To get a cab from Mumbai to Nashik, you can either book through Pihu Cabs or reserve a car through a local rental company. To ensure a safe and comfortable journey, it is recommended to compare prices and read customer reviews before making a reservation. It is a popular route that runs from Mumbai to Nashik, and there are many car rental options available for this journey. Among the many car rental companies that operate on this route, "Pihu Cabs" is one of the most popular ones.

There are many types of cars available from Pihu Cabs, such as hatchbacks, sedans, SUV's, etc. As well as a variety of rental packages available to suit your needs and budget. To be sure of availability and to take advantage of the most competitive rates, we recommend that you book well in advance.

Nashik city

In Maharashtra, Nashik is a city. It is located in the northwest region of the state, approximately 170 kilometers northeast of Mumbai. Nashik is known for its history, culture, and religious significance, as well as its wine production and horticulture. It is one of the four sites of the Kumbh Mela, a major religious festival that is held every 12 years. The city is also an important center for industry, education, and healthcare.

Mumbai to Nashik best places to visit With Pihu cabs service

There are many beautiful and historical places to visit in Nashik. Some popular tourist destinations include:

Trimbakeshwar Temple: This ancient temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and is located at the source of the Godavari river.

Panchavati: This is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus. It is said that Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, lived in Panchavati during their exile.

Sita Gufa: It is a cave where Sita, wife of Lord Rama, is said to have stayed during her exile.

Kalaram Temple: It is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Rama, located in the heart of the city.

Sula Vineyards: It is a popular destination for wine lovers. The vineyard offers wine tasting and tours of the wine-making process.

Pandavleni Caves: These are a group of 24 rock-cut caves dating back to the 2nd century BCE, that were used as a Buddhist monastery.

Anjaneri: it's a hill fort located near Nashik and is considered to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman

Saptashrungi Temple: This temple is located on a hilltop and is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Saptashrungi.

Muktidham temple: it is a temple made of marble that contains replicas of 18 holy places that are found in India.

Someshwar waterfalls: These are picturesque waterfalls that are located in the western ghats of India and are a popular place for picnics and hiking.

Food culture in Nashik

Nashik is known for its traditional Marathi cuisine, which is a blend of various regional cuisines. The city's food culture is heavily influenced by its rich history and religious significance. Some of the popular dishes and food items in Nashik are:

Misal Pav: A popular breakfast dish made of sprouted lentils, potatoes, and a spicy curry served with pav (a type of Indian bread).

Vada Pav: A popular street food made of mashed potatoes mixed with spices, coated in gram flour, and deep-fried. Served with a spicy chutney and pav.

Kanda Poha: A popular breakfast dish made of flattened rice and onions.

KothimbirVadi: A popular Maharashtrian snack made of gram flour and coriander leaves.

Kanda Lasun Masala: A popular Maharashtrian dish made of onions, garlic, and a blend of spices.

Goda Masala: it's a special masala powder that is used in Maharashtrian cuisine.

Pithla: A traditional Maharashtrian dish made of besan (gram flour) and spices.

Thecha: A spicy chutney made of green chilies and garlic.

TambdaRassa and PandharaRassa: These are traditional non-vegetarian dishes made of meat or chicken in a spicy gravy.

Modak: it's a traditional sweet made of rice flour or wheat flour and filled with coconut and jaggery.

Nashik also has a wide range of restaurants and street food vendors that offer a variety of cuisines such as Indian, Chinese, and Continental.