#1 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 33 km from Dehradun, 187 km from Ambala, 197 km from Chandigarh, 278 km from Delhi, 263 km from Shimla and 310 km from Nainital, Mussoorie is a popular hill station in Dehradun district of Uttarakhand state. This is one of the most popular hill stations in Uttarakhand and also one of the best tourist places near Delhi. Mussoorie is one of the well known tourist destination not to miss in your honeymoon trip.

Kempty Falls, Camel's Back Road and Dhanaulti are among the must include places in your Mussoorie tour packages. Mussoorie is situated atop a horseshoe crest on the mountains of Garhwal at an average altitude of 1880 m. Mussoorie offers commanding views of the underlying Doon Valley and the magnificent Himalayas. The highest in the region .....

Distance (From Dehradun Railway Station): 33 Kms
Trip Duration (From Dehradun Railway Station - Including Travel): Full Day

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#2 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 6.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Tapkeshwar Temple, also known as Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple, is an ancient temple situated in the Garhi Cantonment area in Dehradun. It lies on the banks of Asan River and is one of the most famous temples in Dehradun and also among best places to visit in Dehradun.

The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The main Shiva Linga at the temple is situated inside a natural cave known as Drona Cave. The Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple houses two Shiva Lingas, both believed to be self manifested. The name of the temple is derived from the Hindi word Tapak, which means water drop. Water drops from the ceiling of the cave trickle down over the Shiva Linga in a continuous downpour. This water eventually disappears underground to reappear as a stream near the temple. The Tapkeshwar Temple also has cool sulphur springs nearby where pilgrims take bathe.

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#3 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 9 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Robber's Cave, popularly known as Gachhupani, is a cave formed by a river near Anarwala village. It is one of the popular Dehradun tourist places.

Robber's Cave is a natural cave formation where the river flows inside the cave. The cave is about 600 m long and is divided into two parts. The cave has a highest fall of about 10 m. One can enter the cold water and witness the waterfall. In the central part there is a fort wall structure which is now broken. It consists of an extremely narrow gorge formed in a conglomerate limestone area on Doon Valley's Dehra plateau.

The place is famous for a strange phenomenon, where the stream of water suddenly disappears from the sight and appears again few meters away. According to a popular belief, it is said that robbers used to hide themselves from British here. Hence, the place earned its name, the Robber's .....

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#4 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 16 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Sahastradhara is one of the most popular places of sightseeing in Dehradun. It literally means thousands fold spring.

Sahastradhara is a beautiful waterfall cascading down from a height of 30 feet. It has collection of water pools where water drips from limestone stalactites, turning it to sulphur springs. The water contains medicinal properties and can cure skin ailments. Apart from medicinal springs, Sahastradhara has tranquil environment with rich Himalayan vegetation. The beauty of this spring is further enhanced by the surrounding caves and Baldi River.

A ropeway is provided to reach the hill top in Sahastradhara. From the top one can enjoy the panoramic view of Sahastradhara and surroundings. A water park named Joy Land Water Park is an added attraction to this place. The villages around Sahastradhara are known for step farming. The hills cut in the form of steps are marvelous to watch and is simply a visual delight. .....

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#5 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 4.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Forest Research Institute (FRI) is located on the Kaulagarh Road in Dehradun. It is one of the oldest institutions of its kind and boasts of beautiful architecture. It is also one of the top places to visit in Dehradun.

It is an institute of the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education and is a premier institution in the field of forestry research in India. This institute was established by British in 1906 as an Imperial Forest Research Institute. In 1991, it was declared as a deemed university by the University Grants Commission. Set in a lush green estate spread over 450 hectares, with the outer Himalayas forming its back drop; the institute's main building is styled in Greco-Roman and Colonial architecture by C.G. Blomfield. The main building is larger than the Buckingham Palace and is a heritage monument which was inaugurated in 1929.

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#6 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 9 km from Dehradun Railway Station, the Tibetan Buddhist Temple, also known as Mindrolling Monastery is situated at Clement town in Dehradun. Set amidst the foothills of the Himalayas, Mindrolling Monastery is one of the largest Buddhist centers in India and also one the popular Dehradun tourist places.

The Buddha Temple was constructed in 1965 by Kochen Rinpoche and few other monks for the protection of religious & cultural understanding of Buddhism. It is believed that the temple was designed and built by around 50 artists who took three-years to create the structure. Locally known as Tibetan Monastery, the monastery is known for its architectural beauty. The wall paintings inside the temple depicting the life of Lord Buddha are simply spectacular.

The Monastery was built in Japanese architectural style. One of the major attractions of the monastery is its stupa, which was inaugurated .....

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#7 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 26 km from Rishikesh, 54 km from Dehradun, 86 km from Mussoorie, 192 km from Chandigarh, and 208 km from Delhi, Haridwar, or Hardwar is an ancient religious city in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand. It is one of the top places of pilgrimage in India, and among the best places to visit in Uttarakhand.

Situated on the banks of the River Ganges, Haridwar, literally translated as Gateway to God, is one of the seven holiest places for Hindus. It is the place where the river Ganga descends to the plains. It serves as a gateway to the Char Dham destinations of Uttarakhand which are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. Haridwar is also one of the well known places to visit near Delhi.

The history of Haridwar dates back to the period of King Vikramaditya, around the 2nd century BC. Haridwar is .....

Distance (From Dehradun): 54 Kms
Trip Duration (From Dehradun - Including Travel): Full Day

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#8 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 26 km from Haridwar, 42 km from Dehradun, 74 km from Mussoorie, 201 km from Chandigarh, and 233 km from Delhi, Rishikesh is a holy city on the banks of the River Ganges in Uttarakhand. Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, it is one of the top places of pilgrimage in India, and among the must-include places in Uttarakhand tour packages.

Rishikesh is the gateway to the upper Garhwal region and the starting point for the Char Dham pilgrimage (Gangotri, Yamunotri, Badrinath and Kedarnath). Rishikesh is situated at an altitude of 356 m and consists of three distinct areas known as Rishikesh, Swargashram, and Muni Ki Reti. Rishikesh has been a part of the legendary Kedarkhand (the present-day Garhwal). As per the Skanda Purana, Lord Vishnu appeared here to Raibhya Rishi as Hrishikesh, which means the God of .....

Distance (From Dehradun): 42 Kms
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#9 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 111 km from Dehradun, 105 km from Mussoorie and 26 km from Chakrata, Tiger Falls is a magnificent waterfall located amidst hilly terrain near Chakrata in Uttarakhand. Tiger fall is also known as Keraao Pachad and Kailu Pachad in local languages. This is one of the top places to visit around Dehradun

At an elevation of 1395 m above the sea level, this waterfall cascades down from a height of 50 meters. The waters of this majestic fall are collected in a small pond. Visitors can enjoy a rejuvenating bath in the pond. Tiger Falls is a favorite attraction for the people of Chakrata and surrounding region.

During monsoon Tiger fall can be seen in its full glory. Tiger fall could be approached by a 25 km road drive on Chakrata - Lakhamandal route followed by 1 km trek. Alternatively, travellers can take 5 km trek from Chakrata through forest to reach Tiger Falls. The trekking route takes .....

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#10 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 14.5 km from Mussoorie Library Bus Stand and 48 km from Dehradun, Kempty Fall is a fascinating waterfall and one of the best tourist places to visit in Mussoorie. This fall is located on Mussoorie-Yamunotri Road. Kempty Falls is one of the best waterfalls in Uttarakhand and also among the top waterfalls in India. It is most often represented to promote Mussoorie Tourism and also one of the wellknown Uttarakhand tourist places.

Kempty Falls was developed as a tourist destination by a British officer John Mekinan, around 1835. The name of the place is derived from Camp-tea, the place where Britishers organized tea parties during colonial period.

Kempty Falls is situated at an altitude of 4,500 feet. It offer a remarkable view as .....

Distance (From Dehradun): 48 Kms
Trip Duration (From Dehradun - Including Travel): 4 Hours/Half Day

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#11 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 16 km from Dehradun Railway Station and 9 km from Doiwala Railway Station, Lachhiwala is a famous picnic spot that lies along the Rishikesh - Haridwar Road in Uttarakhand.

Surrounded by dense forest, Lachhiwala attracts several nature lovers. It provides a calm and fun serene environment for visitors. Apart from nature views, the main attraction of the area is the huge man-made pools, where people can enjoy swimming. A stream from Suswa River is collected in number of pools here. The lush greenery and fresh unpolluted air make the place an ideal destination for trekking. Besides that, these rich natural forests are home to a number of bird species. The Laxman Siddh Temple is another famous attraction nearby.

Government has set up a guest house for overnight visitors. This place is quite well connected to Dehradun and Haridwar.

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#12 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 9.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Laxman Sidh Temple is located amidst dense Lachhiwala forest in Dehradun. It lies on the way to Jolly Grant Airport at Haridwar - Rishikesh Road.

Laxman Sidh Temple is famous for its religious significance and for its scenic beauty. The temple is the cremation site of the Saint Swami Laxman Siddh. According to a popular belief, the temple is constructed on the same place where Laxman, Lord Rama's younger brother, underwent repentance for killing the demon king Ravana.

On every Sunday, large number of devotees visit this temple. Laxman Siddh Fair is organized at Laxman Siddh Temple on last Sunday of April month every year. Thousands of devotees visit this temple during the annual Fair. Visitors can also experience the culture and customs of local tribes of the region during this fair.

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#13 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 11 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Malsi Deer Park is situated at Malsi on Dehradun - Mussoorie Road. This is a beautifully developed mini-zoological park.

Malsi Deer Park is one of the major tourist attractions in Dehradun. The park was established in 1976 and spread around 25 hectares of land. The park is surrounded by the Malsi Reserve Forest which is located at the foothills of Shivalik mountain range and offers natural habitat to animals. The park is home to animals like two horned deer, tiger, neelgai and peacocks.

The park also has a children play area and it is surrounded by beautiful landscape. Kids can enjoy playing and learning about animals at the same time at this park. A resourceful canteen in the park serves eatables. It is extensively visited by tourists throughout the year.
Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM. Closed on Monday.

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#14 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 500 m from Forest Research Institute and 5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Zonal Anthropological Museum is situated on NH-72 in Dehradun. Dehradun is among the best places to visit near Delhi.

This Museum is popular as the Zonal Museum and one of the most popular museums of Dehradun. The Anthropological Survey of India established the museum in the year 1971. This museum displays collection of artifacts related to the origin, development and sustenance of mankind on earth. The museum also exhibits the origin and social customs of the early inhabitants of people in the Himalayan foothills.

Timings: 10 AM - 1 PM and 2 PM - 5 PM. Closed on Sundays, 2nd Saturdays and public holidays.

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#15 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 3.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology is an autonomous research institute of the Department of Science and Technology situated in Dehradun.

Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology was established in the year 1968 by Government of India. This Institute mainly focuses on Earth Sciences like Glaciology, Earthquakes, Landslides, Natural Resources and Geodynamics. Formerly known as the Institute of Himalayan Geology, it was renamed in 1976 as Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in honor of the late Prof. D.N. Wadia who founded this research organization.

The institute carries out basic research in Himalayan Geology along with several related fields, which include mountain building processes, seismotectonics, geodynamic evolution and natural resources. The institute also has field search stations at Naddi-Dharamsala, Dokriani Bamak Glacier Station at Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh.

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#16 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 3.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Subir Raha Oil Museum is a small museum located inside Tel Bhawan, the Headquarters of ONGC, in Dehradun.

Subir Raha Oil Museum was inaugurated on 14th August 2005. ONGC is the foremost exploration and production company in India. The museum was set up in Tel Bhawan also known as Patiala House in 1956. It was once the palace of Maharaja of Patiala and was brought by ONGC.

The museum depicts various stages of oil and gas value chain. The museum has two floors and is divided into different sections. First section depicts the oil history. In this section, there were samples of different types of crude oil and several charts explaining their qualities at different temperature. The second section gives an insight on the exploration and production of oil. Third section shows about the transportation methods and refining technologies used in this industry. The museum also has an Audio Visual Room which shows the journey of ONGC .....

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#17 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 500 m from Dehradun Railway Station, Sri Ram Rai Gurudwara is a famous Sikh pilgrimage center in Dehradun. Darbar It was established by Guru Ram Rai, the eldest son of the seventh Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Har Rai ji.

According to legend, Guru Ram Rai was casted away for becoming a Sikh Guru and was forced to leave his native place. He came and setup his camp at Dehradun in 1676. The Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb was highly impressed by the miraculous powers of Guru Ram Rai Ji. Hence he asked Raja of Garhwal, Fateh Shah to extend all possible help to Sri Guru Ram Ji. Initially a Gurudwara was built in Dhamawala. The construction of the present building of Darbar Sahib was completed in 1707.

The Gurudwara is an example of Islamic and Hindu architecture. The building contains domes, minarets, and mural paintings reflecting a mixed culture and represents spiritual enlightenment. The Gurudwara contains Adi Granth Sahib, the holy books of Sikhs and has a large dining hall .....

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#18 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 5.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, the Kalinga War memorial is situated on Sahastradhara Road in Dehradun. This is the only War Memorial in the world created by an army for their Enemies.

The Kalinga War Memorial in Dehradun was established by the British. The Anglo-Gurkha war took place between the Gurkha soldiers and the British Army in the year 1814. The Gurkhas from Nepal invaded the Garhwal region. They captured the Kalinga Fort in Nalapani but were finally defeated by British Army.

During the battle, Gurkha soldiers protected the Kalinga Fort in Nalapani for more than six weeks without drinking water and food. They were determined to fight till the death and fought fierce battle with British Army. Such a courage and bravery really impressed British and they built this memorial for Gurkha soldiers. After this war, the British Army started recruiting a large number of Gorkhas in its army which is still continued even today by Indian Army and British .....

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#19 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 7 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Chandrabani Temple situated on Dehradun - Delhi road is one of the famous pilgrimage sites in Dehradun.

This temple is dedicated to Goddess Chandrabani. It is also known as Gautam Kund and is located amidst the Shivalik Hills. The landscape surrounding the temple is breathtakingly beautiful.

According to ancient mythology, it is believed that the place was the abode of Maharishi Gautama. This temple is also the site of the popular Gautam Kund.

The temple and the pond are thronged by thousands of devotees every year and they take a holy dip in the pond. It is believed that a holy dip in this kund is believed to refresh the body and soul.

Timings: 6 AM to 7 PM

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#20 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 12 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Santala Devi Temple is situated on a cliff at an altitude of 2083 m near Jaitunwala in Dehradun. It is located on the right bank of Nun Nadi.

This temple is also called as Santaura Devi temple, Santaula Devi temple. It is one of most visited pilgrimage sites in Dehradun. This temple has great cultural and religious significance. According to legend, Santala Devi, along with her brother, on realizing that they would not be able to fight with Mughal Army, abandoned their weapons and began to pray the god. A divine light emerged as a consequence and they both turned to stone statues. It is within the fort that the shrine was built and Saturdays marks the transformation of the Goddess into stone. On every Saturday, number of devotees visiting this shrine as it is regarded as the day of Goddess Santala.

To reach the temple of Santala Devi, visitors need to pass through Garhi Cantt and Punjabiwala villages. Public bus facilities .....

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#21 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 7 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Tapovan is a sacred place located near Raipur on the banks of River Ganges in Dehradun. This is famous for its beautiful surroundings and serene location. The name of temple comes from two Sanskrit words - Tapas (meaning penance) and Vana (meaning forest).

Tapovan holds a significant religious importance. Chanting of rituals and Vedas add the holiness of the serene location. This temple is visited by large number of devotees who throng here to witness to the rituals and other religious ceremonies. The popular belief is that this is the place where Dronacharya had undergone his penance. In the epic Mahabharata, Dronacharya was the Guru of Kauravas and Pandavas.

Tapovan is a well-known site for meditation and other spiritual activities. The ashram also holds periodic yoga courses. The greenery of the surroundings and sound from the river makes the ambiance very soothing. Situated above the Gangotri Glacier, the place also .....

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#22 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 42 km from Dehradun, the Asan Barrage is a barrage in the Uttarakhand-Himachal Pradesh border near Dhalipur village in Dehradun district. It is one of the popular tourist places to visit near Dehradun.

The Asan Barrage was created in 1967 at the confluence of two rivers, Asan and Yamuna. The Reservoir is a small wetland of approximately 4 sq. km area with 403.3 m maximum water level. The reservoir is popularly named as Dhalipur Lake and attracts a large number of birds. Some of the birds listed as globally endangered species in the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) Red Data Book have been spotted at Asan. Though the lake is not quite large by size, the abundance of Birds makes it an ideal place for Bird Watchers.

Asan Barrage serves as a winter passage halt for trans-Himalayan migratory birds. These birds are spotted here on their way to southern India (October-November) and again on their way back (late February-March). .....

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#23 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 7 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Indian Military Academy is located on NH-72 in Dehradun.

The Indian Military Academy (IMA) is a training academy setup in 1932 to train officers of the Indian Army. In order to establish Indian Military Academy, the government acquired the former Railway College of Dehradun. The beautiful main building of IMA is called Chetwode Building. The academy was named after Field Marshal Sir Philip Chetwode. He was the Commander-in-Chief of India at the time of establishment of the IMA and had also inaugurated the new academy.

The academy is renowned for producing brave army officers who have shown valour in several wards. Initially, it started with a batch of 40 Cadets. The first commandant of this academy was Brigadier L.P. Collins. The first course had great soldiers like Sam Manekshaw, Smith Dun and Mohammad Musa, all of whom went on to become chiefs of armies of different countries - India, Burma and Pakistan.

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#24 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 11 km from Dehradun Railway Station, MDDA Park, also known as Rajpur Park, is located at Kairwaan village on Rajpur Road in Dehradun.

The MDDA Park is a beautiful, lush green park which is a great place to sit and relax and enjoy the beauty of nature. The park is well maintained and offers wonderful views of the mountains. The view is really refreshing and looks best in monsoon season.

It is a good place to visit with the family. The park also houses few wonderful fountains which are lit after sunset. The MDDA Park also has an aquarium with good collection of fishes.

Entry Fee: RS.10 per person.

Timings: 10 AM - 9 PM

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#25 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 29 km from Mussoorie, 30 km from Chamba, 60 km from Dehradun, 89 km from Rishikesh, 112 km from Haridwar, 141 km from Srinagar, 224 km from Chandigarh, 258 km from Patiala, 283 km from Shimla, and 309 km from Delhi, Dhanaulti is a picturesque hill station situated in the Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. Lies on Mussoorie - Chamba Road, it is one of the popular weekend getaways from Delhi and among the best offbeat destinations to visit in Uttarakhand.

Situated at an altitude of 2286 m, Dhanaulti is known for its quiet environment and tranquility. Sitting on the edge of Tehri Garhwal District, Dhanaulti shares its west-side border with Dehradun. The long wooded slopes, relaxed outdoors, cool crossing breeze, warm and hospitable inhabitants, lovely weather, and fabulous view of snow-capped mountains, makes Dhanaulti an enticing hideaway for tourists. It is still untouched and becoming an alternative to the crowded Mussoorie and Dehradun.

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Distance (From Dehradun): 60 Kms
Trip Duration (From Dehradun - Including Travel): Full Day

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#26 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 10 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Sai Darbar Temple is the popular pilgrimage center located on Rajpur Road in Dehradun.

The temple is dedicated to Shirdi Sai Baba. It is constructed out of marble and the idol of Sai Baba is placed in the middle of the temple. The interior of the temple is ornamented with exquisite paintings with enchanting colors. There is a large hall where prayers are held every evening.

The temple is set in tranquil surroundings far away from the hustle and bustle of Dehradun. Sai Mandir is open to all kinds of devotees irrespective of their caste, creed and religion. On Thursday many people come here to participate in the afternoon and evening prayers.

Timings: 9 AM - 12 PM and 5 PM - 9:30 PM

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#27 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 44 km from Dehradun and 43 km from Chakrata, Kalsi is a small beautiful village in Dehradun district. It is situated at an altitude of 780 m at the confluence of Yamuna and Tons river. This place serves as the gateway to Jaunsar-Bawar tribal region of the Dehradun district.

Kalsi is famous for various ancient monuments, adventure sports and picnic sites. Ashokan Rock Edict, an important monument in the history of Indian epigraphy is one of the popular tourist attractions of Kalsi. This is a rock on which the fourteenth edict of the Mauryan King, Ashoka was engraved in 253 BC. The edict reflects the policies for the commitment to non-violence and restriction of war in Prakrit language and Brahmi Script. The height and width of the structure is 10 feet and 8 feet respectively. Now it is preserved by the Archaeological Department of India.

Vikasnagar is an ideal place to go for shopping in Kalsi. Dak Pathar is a beautiful picnic spot which offers various recreational .....

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#28 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 87 km from Dehradun, 98 km from Mussoorie and 43 km from Kalsi, Chakrata is a beautiful town in Dehradun district. It is situated between the Tons and Yamuna rivers, at an elevation of 2118 m. It was originally a cantonment town during British rule. The town, enclosed between Kinnaur in the west and Mussoorie in the east, is known for its beautiful and serene location. It is one of the popular summer destinations in Uttarakhand state and also one of the best places around Dehradun.

The town was earlier known as Jaunsar Bawar, belonging to the Jaunsari tribes. The cantonment of British Indian Army was established here in 1866 by Colonel Hume of the 55th Regiment and the troops first occupied the cantonment in April 1869. This place was a summer retreat for officials of the English East .....

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#29 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 1.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Paltan Bazar is a famous shopping area located near the Clock Tower in Dehradun.

Paltan Bazar offers things like clothes, footwear, books, handicrafts and gift items. The market is famous for Doon Basmati rice and woolen garments. The beautiful brassware and sweaters knitted and sold by the local Tibetan women are also sold here. It also has stone benches to sit and enjoy the evenings.

There is Clock Tower at the end of the Paltan Bazar. This is one of the most significant and recognizable landmarks in Dehradun. Built by the British, the clock tower has six faces. At present, this clock tower is not functional. The famous English Book Depot is another highlight of the bazar.

Timings: 10 AM - 10 PM

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#30 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 3.5 km from Dehradun Railway Station, Mall Road is located in the heart of the Dehradun City near the famous Doon School. This is one of the busiest shopping centers in the city. Shopping in Mall Road is one of the top things to do in Dehradun.

Shopping at Mall Road can be a memorable experience and this place acts as the central place for several activities. It is a one stop place for shoppers and exhibits a wide range of products such as electronic items, ornaments, books, handicrafts and readymade garments. Though the main attraction in this place are the woolens items like Tibetan carpets, blankets and Garhwali shawls, other products like wooden bangles, traditional jewellery, dry fruits and traditional embroidered garments are easily available.

Mall road is considered as a popular attraction in the city of Dehradun. It is also the perfect place for a walk around these historic streets.

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#31 of 31 Places to Visit in Dehradun

At a distance of 41 km from Meerut, 56 km from Muzzafarnagar, 99 km from Ghaziabad, 105 km from Bulandshahr, 117 km from Saharanpur, 129 km from New Delhi, 132 km from Haridwar, 163 km from Dehradun, 221 km from Bareilly, 258 km from Mathura, 290 km from Agra, 447 km from Lucknow, and 523 km from Kanpur, Hastinapur is a historical city in the Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh. It is one of the popular places to visit in India, and among the must-include places in Uttar Pradesh tour packages.

Situated on the right bank of the holy Ganges near Meerut, Hastinapur is an ancient town that was the center of the glorious tales of the great Hindu epic Mahabharata. In Sanskrit, Hastinapura translates to 'the City of Elephants'. It was the legendary capital of Kauravas. Legend has it that the Great War of Mahabharata was fought between the Pandavas and Kauravas here. Many geographical, natural, .....

Distance (From Dehradun): 163 Kms
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Most Asked Questions on Dehradun

  • What is the best time to visit Dehradun?

    Dehradun has a pleasant climate and it can be visited throughout the year. However, Winter from November to January and summer from April to June are the best time to visit Dehradun. This is also the best time for adventure activities like trekking, paragliding, skiing and water sports that can be experienced in Dehradun.

  • How many days are required to visit Dehradun?

    Dehradun usually takes 1-2 days to visit most important attractions. Several tourists usually prefer visiting Dehradun along with Mussoorie. Dehradun can also mixed with nearby Wonderful destinations like Rishikesh, Haridwar, Auli, Jim Corbett and Nainital by adding few additional days to your trip.

  • What is the budget required to visit Dehradun?

    Budget of Dehradun trip depends on the trip duration and category of hotel you choose for your stay along with the kind of vehicle you prefer. Dehradun tour packages offered by Trawell.in start from as low as INR 6600 per person for a 2D/1N trip and from INR 9800 per person for 3D/2N vacation.

  • What are some must visit places & things to do while visiting Dehradun?

    Ensure to cover most important places to visit in Dehradun like Tapkeshwar Temple, Robber's Cave / Gachhupani, Sahastradhara, Forest Research Institute, Tibetan Buddhist Temple, Tiger Falls - Chakrata and Lacchiwala. Mussoorie which is around 35 km from Dehradun and can be visited along with Dehradun.

  • Is there any snow fall in Dehradun?

    There is no snowfall in dehradun but you can witness snowfall in a nearby hill station like Mussoorie which is just about 35 KMs from Dehradun, which experiances snowfall during peak winter around mid December - February month every year.

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