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Places to visit in Trimbakeshwar

When you travel to Trimbakeshwar, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Trimbakeshwar, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Trimbakeshwar to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Trimbakeshwar things to do can include exploring Trimbakeshwar attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Nehru Forest Garden

There are no major parks and gardens in Trimbakeshwar, except the green meadows in Brahmagiri and Anjaneri. You could drive up to a short distance to Nashik and visit some fine parks like Nehru Forest Garden, Pelican Park and Golf Club Grounds in the city. The other option is to take guidance from the locals and your guide; or explore the town for parks.

 

Harihar Gad

This fort located in the in the village of Nirgudpada approximately 13 kilometres away. The fort is set atop a hillock and could be reached by trekking and taking very steep stairs to the location. It is a popular trek in the region. The fort was built between 1700 and 1800 and is very famous for its unique, almost perpendicular stairs.  The fort lies mostly in ruins except for one of the buildings called Darukothar. The main entrance of the fort called Mahad

Cultural Attractions

Nasik is one of the four locations for the celebrated Kumbh Mela and attracts pilgrims in hordes during that time. During the Kumbh pilgrims take dips in the holy waters of Kushavart in the Trimbakeshwar Temple and Ramkund on the Banks of Godavari River depending on their sect. It is one of the biggest cultural and religious attractions of Trimbakeshwar. Besides the Kumbh Mela, The temple is the location of a lot of religious rituals like Kalsarpa Shanti, Narayan

Panchvati

Panchvati located on the banks of River Godavari is considered to be the most sacred place on the earth. According to the Ramayana, this was the place where Lord Rama along with his wife Seeta and brother Lakshman, stayed for the duration of his exile. The place is marked by the presence of five holy banyan trees and has other places of interest like The Seeta Gufa, which according to the legends was the place Lord Ram prayed to please Lord Shiva.

Shani Shingnapur

There are several places around Trimbakeshwar which you could visit if you have time in hand. If you take a Trimbakeshwar holiday package, most these places would come bundled up with your travel package. If you want to visit more religious places you may make a short trip to Shirdi which is 116 kilometres away or Shani Shingnapur which is 172 kilometres. You may also visit Aurangabad which is 209 kilometres away from Trimakeshwar. From Aurangabad, you could perha

Shubham Water Park

Shubham Water Park in Anjaneri is a very popular amusement park for children in the area and your kids would love a visit there. The park is situated about 8 kilometres from Trimbakeshwar and has some fun and exhilarating rides, swimming pools and water slides for children. They also have a wave pool where even you can relax. Apart from this there are not many places for children to take delight in. You may, however, take them for picnics and nature walks around A

Kushavart

Trimbakeshwar is a small place and there are not many landmarks in the town besides the Main Temple, its gate and the Kushavart, from where Godavari River takes course to the sea. The grand entrance to the temple is another major landmark in the town. 

Coin Museum

About 8 kilometres from Trimbakeshwar, near Anjaneri is a very popular Coin Museum in the premises of the Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies. The institute is famous for numismatic studies and research and boast of a large collection of books on the subject too. Besides this one can drive down to Nashik and visit some very good museums like the Artillery Museum, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Museum and Gargoti Museum.

 

Anjaneri Fort

Anjaneri Fort is one of the two major forts in the area. It is located in the Village Anjaneri, the fabled birth place of Lord Hanuman. The forthas been named after the mother of Lord Hanuman, Anjani. The fort is located at a height of 4200 feet above the sea level can be reached on foot, by using some stairs and trekking. There also some religious caves on the way to the fort. There is a temple of Anajani Mata on the peak of the hill and a small lake. The area is

River Godavari

The Temple of Trimbakeshwar is nestled between beautiful green hills, next to the sparkling River Godavari. Hence, there is no dearth of natural beauty around the town. There are certain places, which have religious significance but are visited by the tourists for the sheer natural beauty. Anjaneri, the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, is situated 4264 feet above the sea level and can leave you amazed with its green rolling hills and tranquillity. Same goes to Brahmagi

Trimbakeshwar Jyotirling Temple

The Temple of Trimbakeshwar is one of the 12 Jyotirlings in India and hold a lot of religious value of the Hindus. It is a famous pilgrimage destination visited by thousands of people every day. The deity of the temple is unique and is known to a swayambhu (Self Manifested). Another unique feature about the deity is that it has three faces, which indicate the three pillars of the Hindu Trinity called the Trimurti; namely The Creator Lord Brahma, The Preserver Lord

Anjaneri Waterfall

Walks around Brahmagiri and Anjaneri would be idea. You could also have picnics at these spots and look at the Anjaneri Waterfall which is a major tourist attraction during the monsoons. You can also make a quick trip to Sula Wines Vineyard in Nashik and enjoy the beauty of the vineyard and indulge in wine tasting. 

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