Nestled in the Brahmagiri and Gangadwar Mountains, Trimbak sits pretty caped in the enrapturing beauty of sylvan forests and quaint settings. Best known for the placidity that reigns in the atmosphere and the affable weather throughout the year, Trimbak vaunts some of the top tourist places in and around the dainty town.
Trimbakeshwar Jyotirlingam Temple to begin with, is the much celebrated vintage temple rich in history ensuring complete bliss to the chaotic minds thus allowing one to delve into total absolution upon visiting. Gajanan Maharaj Ashram shares proximity with Trimbak and is much renowned for the pious saint Gajanan Maharaj’s Samadhi in it which catches the attention of most pilgrims who often flock to this place to explore extreme raptures. Home to five banyan trees and an age long cave that shelters a Shivlinga, Panchavati is considered sacred by the Hindus and brags of its mention in the epic text of Ramayana where Lord Ram,his wife-Sita and his brother Lakshman is said to have resided . Besides these, there exist some more places like Gorakhnath Gufa, Gangdwar, Kedareshwar Temple, Swami Samarth Ashram deserve to get enlisted amongst the top sightseeing places at Trimbak
While scaling the hills of Brahmagiri, one finds this mystic cave of Gorakhnath whose eminence got boosted since Guru Gorakhnath attained complete salvation inside the cave. The formation of Kedareshwar Temple, solely devoted to Lord Shiva finds similarity to the vintage caves of the Hindus.
The hill-top of Brahmagiri is composed of quietude and takes pride in wrapping itself with the primal ambience coupled with a captivating surrounding adorned with the most enrapturing serenity, and thus making its way to one of the popular tourist attractions in Trimbak. Besides this, the origin point of peninsular India’s longest river, Godavari, is another thrilling place to visit here. The place has deities of four Hindu gods inside of the cave from which the river is emerges. The Anjaneri Hill which is said to be the birthplace of Hanuman, is a perfect mixture of gentle water flowing down over the crippled rocks and is most frequented by the dense clouds which prefers eclipsing it to the whole thus leaving it beautified and making it to one of the best places to visit in Trimbak. In addition to this, trekking to Anjaneri Hill is a thing to do which you would not want to miss out on.