The journey from Nashik to Dhule is smoothly covered by a bus in 03:21 hours. The time to travel is dependant on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions.There are operators running their buses between Nashik to Dhule bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. Usually, 5 buses are plying from Nashik to Dhule. All buses are driven by proficient drivers ensuring safety during journey If you are also looking for return checkout, please ensure to check Dhule to Nashik Bus Tickets.
Operators Serving on this Route
A number of prominent operators ply buses from Nashik to Dhule ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are :
ATA Bus Akash
Boarding Points in Nashik
Most of the buses pass through various boarding terminals in the route, a few of the many popular points are :
Chirag Travels Opp.Mathura Hotel
K.K WAGH COLLAGE
Mumbai Naka Baba Travels
Dropping Points in Dhule
Most of the buses stop at several drop points in the route, a few of the many popular ones are :
Chirag Travels Dhule
Mayuri Travels Santoshi Mata Chowk
Nashik to Dhule Bus Types
Various types of buses serve from Nashik to Dhule, ensuring safety and comfort for travellers, a few buses services are :
Non A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1)
Non A/C Sleeper (2+1)
A/C Sleeper (2+1)
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Nashik is a ancient holy city of India located in the state of Maharashtra. The city is an important pilgrimage site for Hindus and also serves as a landing site for pilgrims heading for Shirdi and Trambakeshwar. Nashik plays host to the Kumbh Mela once in 12 years. The city of Nashik offers plenty of interesting sites to explore and like Tapovan, Panchvati, Trambakeshwar, Kalaram Temple, Pandav Leni, Anjaneri Parvat and much more. For souvenirs tourists can shop for varied silverware and ornaments, which is a specialty of the region. A must do in the city is to gorge on the spicy savory snack ‘missal pav’, which is another specialty of the region.
Dhule is one of the districts of the state of Maharashtra in central India. The city of Dhule is the administrative headquarters of the district. It was separated from Nandurbar in 1998. The basic profession of the people of this district is agriculture. Cotton is the most favored commercial crop of this region. However it is also a major producer of jowar or jwari, bajra, onion and wheat. This city is a part of Maharashtra's historical region of Khandesh.