Trambakeshwar is an ancient Hindu temple in the town of Trimbak, in the Nashik District of Maharashtra, India, 28 km from the city of Nashik .

It is dedicated to Bhagwan Shiva and is one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.The extraordinary feature of the Jyotirlinga located here is its three faces embodying Bhagwan Brahma, Bhagwan Vishnu and Bhagwan Rudra.
  Brahmagiri, is a mountain range in the Western Ghats of south India.

It is situated on the border between Kodagu district in Karnataka state in the north and Wayanad district of Kerala state on the south .

Brahmagiri Hill, at 1608 m height, is a scenic tourist attraction. The top of Brahmagiri Hill is well forested and has a lot of wildlife.
  Gangadwar is a sacred place located in Nashik District of Maharashtra. It is the place where the river Godavari makes its first appearance on the Brahmagiri Hill.

The points of interest, among many others, is an ancient temple dedicated to Goddess Ganga. A Gupha, where Guru Gorakhnath is believed to have undergone penance, is situated in the premises of the temple.

Gangadwar is about 38 km from Nashik. The nearest railhead is Nasik Road Railway Station. Regular bus connects the place with Trimbakeshwar and Mumbai.

Anjaneri is one of the exquisite attractions of Nashik city, which is also an important fort in the Trimbakeshwar region. Situated at 4264 ft above sea level, Anjaneri is a spiritual place that lies between Nashik and Trimbakeshwar.

Anjaneri is birthplace of Prabhu Hanuman. Anjaneri fort is named after Prabhu Hanuman's mother 'Anjani'. Anjaneri has major significance for devout and hikers alike.

  Someshwar, in Karnataka, is a small town in Udupi District, at the foothills of Agumbe ghat section and about 8 km from Hebri town.

Name can be traced by the somanath temple in the town. There is also a Maha Ganapathi temple right opposite to the bus stand in the town. Its a main junction for Udupi, Kundapur & Shimoga.
  The Kalaram temple is an old Hindu shrine dedicated to lord Rama in the Panchavati area of Nashik city in Maharashtra, India. It is probably the most important Hindu shrine in the city. The temple derives its name from the statue of Prabhu Rama that is black.

The main entrance has a Prabhu Hanuman deity which is black. There is also a very old tree that has Bhagwan Dattatreya's footprint impressions marked on a stone. Pilgrims visit the Kapaleshwar Mahadev temple near Kalaram temple.
  The Bhaktidham temple is located at the Dindori naka, about 2km from the Nashik, on the Nashik-Wani-Saputara road. This is one of the most visited temple in Nashik, with thousands of pilgrims pouring in throughout the year especially in the sacred Shravan month.

The Bhaktidham temple is renowned for various temples built in the premises. The main entrance of the temple has huge eye catching idols of Saptshrungi Devi and Bhagwan Ganesh. The temple is famous for the various religious rituals, pujas and vidhis carried out here.
  Pandav Leni, (also Pandavleni Caves, Trirashmi Caves and other variations) (Leni is Marathi word for caves), are a group of 24 - 30, 1200-year-old Hinayana Buddhist caves.

These were built by vario us Buddhist kings as homes for the saints.Most of the caves are Viharas except for the 18th cave which is a Chaitya.The location of the caves is a holy Buddhist site and is located about 8 km south of Nashik, Maharashtra, India.
  Muktidham is a popular tourist attraction situated in the Nashik Road suburb of the city of Nashik in the western state of Maharashtra in India.

It has replicas of 12 Jyotirlingas, which have been built as per dimension of original deities and have been sanctified by sending them to their respective pilgrimage centers. The temple is made with marble from Makrana in Rajastan, and by Rajastani sculptors. Unique to this temple are eighteen chapters of Geeta written on the walls.

Apart from the replicas of all the twelve Jyotirlingas, there are also idols of all major Hindu Gods and Goddesses.Devotees prefer to visit Muktidham Temple during the period of a famous fair “Kumbh Mela

Bhandardara is a holiday resort village on the western coast of India. The village is located in the Ahmednagar district of the state of Maharashtra, about 185 kilometers (115 mi) from Mumbai.

Bhandardara sits by the Pravara River, and is a blend of natural beauty, waterfalls, mountains, tranquility, greenery, invigorating air and pristine ambiance. The Bhandardara Lake and the Randha falls are major tourist attractions.


  Saptashrungi or Saptashringi is a site of Hindu pilgrimage situated 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Nashik. According to Hindu traditions, the goddess Saptashrungi Nivasini dwells within the seven mountain peaks. The temple is also known popularly as one of the "three and half Shakti Peethas" of Maharashtra.

The temple is also one among the 51 Shakti Peethas located on the Indian subcontinent and is a location where one of Sati's (first wife of Bhagwan Shiva) limbs, her right arm is reported to have fallen.
  Shirdi is located in Rahata Tehasil in Ahmednagar District in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is accessible via the Ahmednagar - Manmad State Highway No.10, approximately 83 km from Ahmednagar and 15 km from Kopargaon.

It is located 185 km east of the Western Seashore line (the Ahmednagar - Manmad road), which is a very busy route. Shirdi is best known as the late 19th century home of the popular guru Shirdi Sai Baba.