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About Nasik

Nasik is located in north-western part of Maharashtra, at a distance of around 150 km from the capital city Mumbai. The city holds great religious significance and is visited by a large number of tourists year-round. Nasik flights bring tourists to this city, which is situated on the banks of the sacred Godavari River and is dotted with several ghats and popular temples.

Not just this, air tickets to Nasik is chosen by tourists heading towards Shirdi, which is the most renowned shrine devoted to Shri Sai Baba and is at a distance of about 90 km from Nasik. Tourists often book tickets on flights to Nasik to experience the divinity of this religious place. Besides, Nasik is sometimes referred as the 'wine city' and holds a special place in the list of grape-producing areas of India. There are quite a few vineyards in the city, amongst which the most famous is the 'Sula Vineyards'.
 
Nasik has a domestic airport and thus, tourists coming from international destinations have to travel to Mumbai International Airport first and thereafter, take domestic flights to Nasik, which are offered by a number of airlines. Tourists can find exciting airfare deals on Nasik flights coming from different parts of the country on MakeMyTrip.


Nasik is a beautiful city and there are numbers of airlines that connect the city with other cities such as Mumbai, Pune, Indore, Ahmedabad and Nagpur. The airlines by which people can easily reach the place are Air India, Air India Express, Go Air, IndiGo, Jet Airways, Jet Konnect, Kingfisher Airlines, Kingfisher Red and Spicejet. Hotels near Nasik airport are VITS Hotel Nashik, Lily Sarovar Portico, The Gateway Hotel Ambad and Hotel Suresh Plaza.

About Goa

About the city:Beautiful palm fringed beaches, Portuguese architecture, a happening nightlife and peace and tranquility- that’s Goa for you. One of India’s most popular holiday destinations, Goa has something for everyone.


Airports and Railways: The Dabolim Airport lies 29 kilometers away from the state capital of Panaji. The airport is well connected by regular flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kochi. The two main railway stations in Goa are the Madhgaon Junction (39 kilometres from Panjim), Vasco- Da- Gama Railway Station (28 kilometres from Panjim) and Dabolim Railway station (25 kilometres from Panjim). All these stations are well connected by trains from the rest of the country.
There are various public as well as private bus operators in Goa that provide inter-state and intra-state connections. KSRTC, MSRTC and KTC are some of the government transport corporations that operate from Panaji, Madgaon and Vasco Da Gama. There are also many private bus operators such as Neeta Tour and Travels, Paulo Travels and Naik Tours and Travels that operate bus services to and from cities like Mumbai and Pune.


Hotels and Restaurants: Some of Goa’s finest hotels include Estrela Do Mar Beach Resort, Deltin Suites, Neelam’s The Grand and Resort De Alturas. All these hotels provide comfortable accommodations along with scenic views. Goa is a food lovers’ paradise and is particularly famed for its fresh and delicious seafood. Some of Goa’s most popular restaurants include Mum’s Kitchen, Fiesta, Britto’s and Alfama to name a few. Some of the dishes you must try in Goa include Pork Vindaloo, Crab Xacuti, Kingfish Curry, Goan Prawn Curry and Bebinca.


Markets: Goa has many interesting options for shopping and some of Goa’s popular shopping haunts include Mapusa Market (for spices, fruits and homemade pickles), Anjuna Flea Market (for clothes, footwear, beachwear and local handicrafts), Arpora Saturday Night Bazaar (for spices, carpets and embroidered textiles) and Calangute Market Square (for sarongs, trinkets, metal, leather and clay items).


City Transportation: Taxis are a great way of getting around the city. You can either hire a cab in advance, or book one directly from the airport, or railway station. Another popular way of getting around Goa is by hiring bikes, scooters, or cars. Vehicles for hire are easily available all through Goa and all you need is an ID proof to hire one.


Must-See Places: Some of the places you must visit on your Goa trip are Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Fort Aguada and Chapora Fort.


Climate of Goa: Mid-November to Mid-February are the winter months in Goa and is the most pleasant time to visit. March to May are the hotter months and not many tourists visit during this time. June to October are predominately the monsoon months.


Facilities at Goa Airport

Baggage Services:Complimentary luggage trolleys are provided to the passengers throughout the airport. At the international departure, one can find baggage wrapping machine as well. One can easily carry their luggage from and to the airport with ease due to better services.


Places to Shop and Eat:At the Goa airport one can find Handicraft Emporium and Peals & Leather Garments to shop. At the domestic terminal, one can get a good collection of Goan mementos and the TR store has some local fashions in the international departures. There are few snack bars at international departures and some vending machines as well from where you can serve your appetite. Outside the domestic terminal, there is a restaurant as well.


Duty Free Shopping:Flemingo duty free shop is located in the airport. One can get a wide range of products including liquor & spirits, tobacco, confectionery, jewellery and electronics from all the leading brands of the world at a very reasonable cost.