Datta MandirDatta Mandir is in Sarangkheda, Nadurbar District. The people of Sarangkheda welcome visitors and devotees around the world to be a part of a celebration organised in honour of Lord Datta every year on the eve of Datta Jayanti. Almost 100 years old, the beautiful shrine of a single faced idol of Lord Datta is situated on a rising ground with its tall shikhar overlooking the village which attracts thousands of devotees around the world. It is believed that the idol of Lord Datta has been brought from Mahur in Nanded District. The temple was further extended and was renovated forty years ago.
Toranmal Hill StationSituated at a height of 1461 metres, Toranmal is a beautiful and peaceful place to visit. An unexplored land which is a home to a variety of flora and fauna. The place is surrounded by Satpuda Hills, adjoining 7 hills of Satpuda range and offers beautiful sights that includes serene lakes, hills and lush green nature. The famous lake of Toranmal, Yashwant Lake, gives visitors a breathtaking view of the hills. The other tourist spots at Toranmal are Gorakhnath Temple, Lotus Lake, Sita Khai, Aawashabari View Point, Aawashabari View Point, Machhindranath Caves, Khadki Point, Sat Payari (Seven Steps) Point, Torna Devi Temple, Sunset Point, Forest Park and Medicinal Plant Garden.
AsthambaAsthamba is one of the important religious places of Nandurbar district in Akrani Town. According to the locals, Asthamba is derived from Ashvathama, a mythological character in Mahabharata who is the son of Dronacharya. A 10-15 days of fair is held during the festival of Diwali which invites tribes from South Gujarat and Northwest Maharashtra.
Dandpaneshwar Ganesh TempleAnother religious place of Nandurbar district is Dandpaneshwar Ganesh Temple where many devotees seek blessings of Lord Ganesha. The idol of Lord Ganesha is in saffron colour and silver layers are used to decorate the idol. The pleasant ambience in and around the temple and the greenery that surrounds the temple is very serene and attracts many tourists.
Asthamba is one of the important religious places of Nandurbar district in Akrani Town. According to the locals, Asthamba is derived from Ashvathama, a mythological character in Mahabharata who is the son of Dronacharya. A 10-15 days of fair is held during the festival of Diwali which invites tribes from South Gujarat and Northwest Maharashtra.
Fort of Akka Rani
The fort of Akka Rani is situated in Akrani (Dhadgaon) in Nandurbar district. The fort and place is named after Akka Rani, a queen who ruled Dhadgaon.
Prakasha is a beautiful village situated on the banks of Tapi and has been known as a centre of pilgrimage since 17th century. Recent excavations by the Archaeological survey of India at this place have disclosed details of the Chalcolithic Period of the History of Maharashtra. It has 108 Shiv temples among which the most visited temples are Kedareshwar and Sangameshwar temples.
Mangi Tungi is a prominent twinpinnacled peak with plateau in between, located near Tahrabad about 125 km from Nasik. Mangi, 1324 metres high above sea level and Tungi, 1,331 metres high are ideal for hiking with historical and religious significance. Hundreds of caves with idols of deities and sages, carved from the mountain rock, in them are the main highlight of the place.
Enjoy this popular tourist spot of Nandurbar district with your dear ones. Famous for its hot water spring, Unapdev Park is just 25 km away from shahada near Dara village. It has a structure in the shape like cow’s mouth and the hot water flows from its mouth throughout the year. So for a rejuvenating time this winter, get drenched in the hot water spring at Unapdev Park.