Trimbakeshwar is a temple town located in the Nashik district of Maharashtra. This pristine town stands amid the 12 jyotirlingas in India. The sanctum of Trimbakeshwar shrine houses a black shivalinga that represents Lord Shiva. It is visited by a large number of devotees from all over the country.
Located on the Western side of the country, the town of Trimbakeshwar spreads over a small area. It is fed by the waters of the River Godavari. The climate of this town is classified as a tropical temperate. Trimbakeshwar experiences scorching summers as the median temperature scales between 35°C-39°C. During the winter season, the average level of temperature falls down at 17°C. Trimbakeshwar receives an annual average rainfall of 3900 mm.
There are limited tourist attractions located in Trimbakeshwar. The eminent attraction for which the town is best known for remains the Trimbakeshwar jyotirlinga. It is flocked by hundreds of devotees especially on the occasion of Maha-Shivaratri. The other places of interest include the names like the fort of Alang, Pandav Caves, & the Brahmagiri Hill.