Vajreshwari is a small town situated around 76 km away from the main city of Mumbai in Maharashtra. This town is located on the banks of River Tansa and comes under the Bhiwandi Taluka of the Thane District. It is surrounded by hills and is popular for the ancient Shree Vajreshwari Yogini Devi Mandir, located on the Mandagiri Hillock. Navratri and Ram Navami are two of the most prominent festivals celebrated at the Shree Vajreshwari Yogini Devi Mandir.
The Nityananda Mandir is also an important tourist attraction, which is devoted to Swami Nityananda and Bhimeshwar Ganesh. The region is known for 21 hot springs that have been named after various Hindu deities.
Other important sightseeing options in the region are the Akloli Kund, Pelhar Lake, Shri Gurudev Ashram and Parshuram Mandir. These sites are situated near the main Vajreshwari Temple and can be travelled by foot.