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Things to doWith close proximity to commercial hub Selaqui, Uttaranchal University and Petroleum University, and other Himalayan tourist destinations, Dehradun offers picturesque beauty with amazing climate favorable for visiting anytime of the year. The Doon Valley offers a majestic gate away from the busy mundane lifestyle to a more relaxed timeless attraction of nature.

Sahastradhara

Sahastradhara

With adventure and medicinal benefits, Sahastradhara or sulphur water pool provides a rich natural beauty. It is just 14 kms from Dehradun making it a popular family picnic spot.

Mindrolling Monastery

Mindrolling Monastery

An ideal place to expand your spirituality. This Monastery is one of the largest Buddhist centres of learning in India, consisting of beautiful garden with 35 m high golden statute of Lord Buddha.

Tapkeshawar Temple

Tapkeshawar Temple

Tapkeshawar Temple is one of the oldest Shiva temple in Uttarakhand and is located at the banks of the Nandi River. The Temple is located within a cave which is characterized by naturally dripping water over the Shiva lingam placed here and is highly popular among the locals. It is also believed Guru Dronacharya of Mahabharata gave teachings to his disciples around this area.

Rajaji National Park

Rajaji National Park

Spread over a massive 820 sq kilometers of land, the Rajaji National Park falls in a region shared by 3 districts, Dehradun, Haridwar and PauriGarhwal in the state of Uttarakhand. The reserve consists of subtropical and tropical moist broadleaf forests that houses a plethora of wildlife, birds and fish species. It is also a major habitat of the Asian elephant and the Tiger in India.

Robber’s Cave

Robbers Cave

Once the robbers hide away, this cave also known as Guchhupani, is 600 metres long consisting of a narrow gauge with two sides. A river runs through the cave making it an intriguing sight to explore.

Forest Research Institute

Forest Research Institute

The premier research institute of forestry in India is located in Dehradun. The Forest Research Institute was established in 1906 as the British Imperial Forestry Service. The site also contains a museum for forestry with six main sections that are Pathology Museum, Social Forestry Museum, Silviculture Museum, Timber Museum, Non-Wood Forest Products Museum and Entomology Museum.

Religious Places

Religious Places

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