The district Nashik is spread on an area of 15,503 sq. kms. It is enveloped by the Dhule district in the north, Jalgaon in the east, Aurangabad in the south east, Ahmadnagar to the south, Thane in the southwest, Valsad & Navsari districts of Gujarat to the west and The Dangs to the northwest.
The district is known for its Ghats and mountain ranges. The Western Ghats which are popularly known as Sahyadru ranges are bordered from north to south of Nashik. The western slopes are drained by many rivers. One of the major rivers that passes Nashik is Daman Ganga River which drains westwards in the Arabian Sea. This is the reason that very large portion of Nashik is very fertile.
Nashik district is sub divided into 15 talukas which are grouped into for divisions -
- Nashik - Dindori, Igatpuri, Nashik, Nashik Road, Peint, Trimbakeshwar,
- Malegaon - Chandwad, Malegaon, Nandgaon
- Niphad - Niphad, Sinnar, Yeola
- Kalwan - Deola, Kalwan, Baglan (Satana), Surgana
Nashik district has extreme climate. The maximum was 42.4o C and the lowest was 0.6o C. It receives average rainfall which varies between 2600 to 3000 mm annually. Maximum rainfall is received from June to September. The weather is very humid with 43 to 62 percent humidity. Overall the weather is very pleasant making it very comfortable to travel all year round.
- Coin Museum
- Trimbakeshwar (one of the 12 Jyotirlingas)
- Pandavleni Caves
- Vani or SaptaShrungi
- Kalaram Temple
- Muktidham Temple
- Mangi Tungi
- Deolali Camp
- Artillery Centre
- Hotel Ginger
- Hotel Panchvati Yatri
- Hotel Surya Renaissance
- Jupiter Business and luxury hotel
- Lily Sarovar Portico
- Manas Lifestyle Resort
- Panchvati Elite Inn