Dehradun Uttarakhand India is the capital city of Uttarakhand and is one of the best places to visit in Uttarakhand. Nestled between the two holy rivers of Ganga and Yamuna on either side, it has it all.
There are many places to visit in Dehradun from religious sites like Tapkeshwar Temple, Mindroling Monastery, and Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara to adventure activities like Trekking, Canoeing, Paragliding, Hovercrafts, etc to wildlife sanctuaries and National Parks to romantic places like Lachhiwala to natural springs in Tapkeshwar Temple, Sahastradhara, and Robber’s Cave.
It is a complete package whether you are a romantic couple who wants to enjoy sunsets and calmness of the place or a group of friends who is searching for adventure sports or a family who wants to go sightseeing, the city would not disappoint anybody. Also, relish the Garhwali cuisine and click photos in this photogenic hill station as you make memories of a lifetime.
|1.||How to Reach||2.||Best Time to Visit|
|3.||Places to Eat||4.||Things To Do|
|5.||Places to Visit in Dehradun||6.||Nearby Places|
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How to Reach Dehradun:
The city is the capital city of Uttarakhand, India and is well connected to the other cities of the country. It has its own airport called Jolly Grant Airport, a railway station, and a bus stand. So do read our How to Reach Dehradun guide before you plan your visit here.
The beautiful hill station owns an airport named Jolly Grant Airport and serves direct flights from all the major cities. Though you may not necessarily find a direct flight from all the cities having an airport, surely there may be connecting ones. Click here for flight booking and schedule.
You can opt for autos or taxis according to your wish and the amount of luggage you are carrying with you. Both the options are available at the airport. Do get a Dehradun map or search on Google maps to check on directions to your hotel and other tourist places in the city.
This hill station has a reliable railway station and is well connected with both major cities and towns of the country. The station is centrally located and you can hire an auto or a taxi from the railway station. Trains are the most economical and fun way to reach the city. Enjoy the view of the hills as you reach the popular hill station. The station code is DDN. Click here for train booking and train schedule.
The road network is pretty strong in the region. Thus if you are traveling from a nearby city, do choose buses. The city bus stand is a State-Terminal Bus Terminal. Also, the cab service is quite abundant and efficient. So, this is another way of reaching the city. The best part of traveling in a hired cab is that you can stop wherever you wish to for eating or clicking some memories. Click here for bus booking and schedule. Also, click here for cab booking.
Shared autos and autorickshaws are some of the ways to commute within the city.
True Linkz opinion on How to Reach Dehradun:
We suggest that if you are visiting this hill station from afar places like Mumbai or Kolkata or further, opt for flights, else if closer like Rajasthan or Delhi, do try the train. It may take some time but as they say, the Journey is better than the Destination. For the local commute, we prefer booking a cab for your complete stay in the city as autos are not always readily available and are not that comfortable.
Best Time to Visit Dehradun:
The city is situated at a height of 1467 feet and thus the temperature here is pleasant almost all the time. Though some extremities can be observed during peak summers or peak winters. The busiest tourist season here is during Summers. Click here to check live weather.
April to June are the summer seasons and the temperature varies between 17 to 36 degree Celsius. The summer season is ideal for sightseeing around the town and therefore is the tourist season in the city. So, keep in mind to make your bookings well in time to make sure you have the best here.
Monsoons season is between July to September and the city temperature varies between 23 to 35 degree Celsius. The city receives mild to medium showers. At this time, the city is covered in lush greenery and can be the best time to visit Dehradun. Do remember to carry Umbrellas and Rain Coats in case it rains while you are out.
Winter season is between October to March and the temperatures range between 3 to 22 degree Celsius. It starts getting cold once November starts and peak winters go on till February and after that comes the Spring season in March. If you do not want to visit the place in Summers, then winters are your time to visit this place. Do keep warm clothes handy as nights and early mornings can be really chilly. The days can also be chilly sometimes so do carry warm clothes with you.
True Linkz opinion on Best Time To Visit Dehradun:
We recommend that you visit in summers, but if you don’t like much crowd then prefer winters. Also, if you like cold weather then do visit the hill station during winters. We do not recommend monsoons as roads can be slippery at this time and being a hilly region this becomes a bit tricky. Also, March witnesses festival of Shivratri at Tapkeshwar Temple and Jhanda Fair at Ram Rai Gurudwara. Both of these are celebrated sometime in the early March- the Spring season and is good time to visit the city.
Places to Eat in Dehradun:
The city is a well-developed city and has many economical as well as fine-dine restaurants. So, here are some dishes of the local food. Also, below it is the list of local restaurants that one must dine in to get a feel of the place.
Local food you must gorge on- Nimbu, Kaafli, Gulgula, Gahat Ki Dal, Kandalee ka Saag, and Aloo Ke Gutke. Also, there are local desserts like Arsa, Jhangora Ki Kheer, Bal Mithai, etc.
Some local restaurants are:
- Moti mahal
- Kumar Vegetarian Restaurant
- Chetan Puriwala
- Lhasa Tibet Kitchen
- Yeti Restaurant
- Moti mahal
- Price: INR 1000
- Location: 7, RajpurRoad, Rajpur
- Timings: 10 am to 11 pm
Number one on the list of places to eat in Dehradun is Motimahal. It is a great vegetarian as well as a non-vegetarian restaurant. The restaurant has great Indian vegetarian food. In addition to it, some non-veg dishes like Chicken Chengezi, Seekh Kabab, and Handi Chicken are some of the lip-smacking dishes you must try.
2. Kumar Vegetarian Restaurant:
- Price: INR 700
- Location: 15B, Rajpur Road
- Timings: 11 am to 10:30 pm
This restaurant has great Punjabi and Mughlai food. Also, it is an age-old restaurant and has several old customers that visit it regularly for majorly Punjabi and Mughlai food. Located nearby the local shopping market and just 400 meters from the clock tower it is number two on our list of places to eat in Dehradun.
3. Chetan Puriwala:
- Price: 40-120 INR
- Location: Hanuman Chowk, Paltan Bazaar
- Timings: 9 am to 4 pm
Located near the shopping market Paltan Bazaar, it is a great place for indulging in the local dining experience. Food is served on leaves and hot Puris and hot GulabJamuns are such a satisfying treat. Definitely, something you will always remember. This small but great place is number three on our list of places to eat in Dehradun.
4. Lhasa Tibet Kitchen:
- Price: 500 INR for two
- Location: Near BSNL Office, Rajpur Road, Rajpur
- Timing: 11 am to 10 pm
The place offers great Tibetan and Chinese food. Do try Thukpas, Buff Momos, Tingmo, Aloo Phinsa, and other Tibetan dishes. The service is good and the food is sumptuous. This place is fourth amongst the best places to eat in Dehradun.
5. Yeti Restaurant:
- Price: 650 INR
- Location: 55 A, Near St. Joseph’s Academy, Rajpur Road, Chukkuwala
- Timing: 10 am to 11 pm
Another restaurant that serves Chinese food but the main highlight is the Thai food they serve. The restaurant is famous for the brilliant Tom Yum, stir-fried Prawns, and Green Curry. Do visit this restaurant if you want to taste something different. Also, this place is close to the busy and famous Rajpur Road and stands at fifth number amongst the best places to eat in Dehradun.
Things To Do in Dehradun:
The city is a heaven for tourists and there are a plethora of things to do in Dehradun. It offers a perfect blend of spine chilling activities like Paragliding, Trekking, with some calming experiences like cycling and watching the wildlife. You can also indulge yourself in shopping at the local Bazaars. The city has something exciting for every age group.
So, here is the list of various things to do in Dehradun.
- Water adventure sports
- Trekking in the high altitudes:
The city is base camp for various small and big treks that are available for adventure lovers. Namely, Har Ki Dun trek (8 days), Kedarkantha Trek (6 days), Gaumukh Trek (9 days), Pangarchulla Peak Climb (7 days), Bali Pass(10 days), Rupin Pass Trek(8 days), Nag Tibba (2 days). Unwind amidst the wildernesses. Fortunately, many agencies carry out such activities.
2. Paragliding- Take off into the endless skies:
Paragliding is like taking off into the endless skies and landing into the lap of nature. There are many small companies that offer the sport. Moreover, be careful to choose a reliable one. Otherwise, the activity is completely safe as an experienced instructor controls the glider while you just take in the breathtaking views of the pristine valley. This is one of the best things to do in Dehradun.
3. Rafting- Hit the waters
On a journey to a hill station, hitting the waters with your raft is a must. So, get ready to raft in one of the most dangerous rivers in India, river Ton. River Ton is one of the wildest rivers of India. Only the middle and lower sections of the river are navigable. Even they become quite exhausting affair but exhilarating all at the same time.
4. Water Adventure Sports at Kalsi:
Soothe the cravings of your adventure spirit at Kalsi. In spite of being a quaint village, it is a great place for adventure sports. Adventure sports like Boating, Canoeing, Water Skiing, River Rafting, and Sailing are available. Even more adventurous people can take a Hovercraft ride. And what can make your day is the fishing activity that requires prior permission from the village authorities. Do not forget these most adventurous things to do in Dehradun.
Interestingly, it is one of the few cities that sport a golf course. Here one can learn the sport as well as play it. Although it is a Mini-Golf Course, the fun is the same. The Hotel Madhuban also sports a Mini-Golf Course. This is one of the offbeat things to do in Dehradun.
6. Cycling- Take a closer look at the city
Cycling gives you a sneak peek in the daily life of people if cycling in the city, and it also lets you be closer to nature if cycling in the highways. It is the most authentic way to explore a city. Also, the chilly winds render a pleasant experience to the whole cycling experience. Various cycling tracks are namely- Rajpur Road to Mussoorie, Maldevta, Thano Road, Bhavwala Road, and Raipur Road, etc. Do take up cycling with friends and family and enjoy.
7. Shop to your heart’s content-
Shopping and exploring the local markets is a must-do activity. No journey is complete without buying some local stuff for your family and friends back home. So, Paltan Bazaar and Indira Bazaar are two local bazaars that are good shopping destinations for some spices, edibles, and artifacts. These bazaars bring in fresh stuff every Sundays. Thus, Sundays are crowded times. Alternatively, you can visit them on weekdays if you don’t like the crowd much.
Another must-visit place is Mall Road in Mussoorie about 17 km from the city center. It has various skating rinks and the most awaited activity here is getting your photograph clicked in local attires. Do remember to get a photograph of yours here and make a memory of a lifetime. It is great fun too.
Do not forget to shop as the souvenirs will bring back fond memories. This definitely tops amongst the various things to do in Dehradun.
Places to visit in Dehradun:
The city is as holy as it is exciting or romantic. This city has something for everybody, be it for couples, a group of friends or a family out for a vacation. Here is a list of tourist places near Dehradun within 100 km. Do cover these Dehradun Tourist Places as each of them gives a unique experience.
|3.||Assan Barrage||4.||Tiger Falls|
|5.||Malsi Deer Park||6.||Rajaji National Park|
|7.||Tiger View Forest Camp||8.||Forest Research Institute|
|9.||Tapkeshwar Temple and its Springs||10.||Tapovan Temple|
|11.||Mindrolling Monastery||12.||Ram Rai Gurudwara|
|13.||Zonal Museum||14.||Chetwoode Hall|
|15.||Khalanga War Memorial||16.||Clock Tower|
- Distance: 12 km
- Timings: 8 am to 7 pm
- Entry Fee: None
Sahastradhara, Dehradun is a beautiful waterfall cum cool water spring. Literally, the word Sahatradhara means ‘Thousand Fold Spring’. It is one of the most serene places to visit in Dehradun. Water cascades from the limestone formations at various levels aptly making it the ‘thousand fold spring’. Moreover, the presence of limestone formations makes the water sulfur-rich, which renders the water its medicinal properties.
In fact, the caves found here have brownish-orange element due to the lime and sulfur content of the water flowing through them since ages. The best time to visit Sahastradhara Dehradun is during monsoons when the water in the cascades forms a torrent and the place is no less than a wonder.
Another cool aspect of this serene place is the Sahastradhara ropeway! Yes, a ropeway ride awaits you which takes you through the gorgeous mountain tops, steppe farming, and aerial views of the caves and springs.
2. Robber’s Cave:
- Distance: 7 km
- Timings: 7 am to 6 pm
- Entry Fee: INR 25
Robber’s Cave is also known as ‘Guchhu Pani’ locally. Definitely, it is one of the best places to visit in Dehradun for couples and fun lovers alike. Robber’s Caves are caves with cool water springs spread across the caves. Indeed, walking with half of the legs in cool medicinal water with small and big waterfalls gushing out randomly at various places is romantic as well as cool.
So, do visit this place during your trip here. The caves also go underground in places. Aptly named, these caves were named as Robber’s cave by Britishers as this was supposedly the place where the robbers used to hide after their robberies.
3. Assan Barrage:
- Distance: 37 km
- Timings: Daytime
- Entry Fee: None
Assan Barrage is the barrage at the confluence of the Assan river and Yamuna River. But, what makes this place great is not the dam or the electricity generation it does, but the variety of birds found here. Thus, the place is a bird watcher’s heaven as no less than 59 native species reside here along with 19 migratory species. This place is home to many rare and endangered species of birds.
The place is frequented by students, bird watchers and is also one of the best places to visit in Dehradun for couples. Do come here to listen to the songs of the birds in the quite.
4. Tiger Falls:
- Location: 5 km from Chakrata
- Distance: 105 km
Tiger Falls is a sight to behold as they cascade down from a height of 312 feet or 50 meters. Phenomenal in nature these waterfalls are the highest direct waterfall in the country.
The falls can also be reached through a 5 km trek from Chakrata and the trek is covered with Oak an Rhododendron trees. It is a great place to visit in Dehradun for families, friends, and couples alike as it is secluded and one of the hidden places in Dehradun too. The place is great for picnics too.
5. Malsi Deer Park:
- Distance: 9 km
- Timings: 10 am to 5 pm
- Entry Fee: INR 10
Malsi Deer Park is a zoological garden at the base of Shivalik Range. Aptly named it is home to various variety of deers like two-horned Deer, Neelgai which is also known as Antelope, Tigers, Peacock, and many other animals.
Indeed a paradise for animal lovers, it is a great place to unwind away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is one of the best wildlife places to visit in Dehradun second only after the Rajaji National Park.
6. Rajaji National Park:
- Distance: 25 km
- Safari Timings: 6 am to 10 am; 2 pm to 6 pm
- Entry Fee: Indians-INR 150; Foreigners- INR 600
One of the biggest National Park in India it is spread in a sprawling vast area of 820.42 sq. km. Moreover, Rajaji National Park covers the majority of the area of the districts of Saharanpur, Rishikesh, Dehradun, and Pauri-Garhwal. The park is in fact named after the great freedom fighter C. Rajagopalchari also called Rajaji.
This place is indeed the best wildlife place to visit in Dehradun. It is a must-visit for all nature lovers, bird watchers, animal lovers. As this National Park flaunts 315 bird species, has Indus-Ganges Monsoon Forest type forest cover, and is home to a plethora of variety of animals.
The main species of animals the park is famous for is Elephants and Tigers. This place is also a Tiger Reserve. Also, you ought to have the 34 Kilometer Jungle Safari to completely marvel the beauty and biodiversity of the park.
7. Tiger View Jungle Camp:
- Location: Goolar Khalla
- Distance: 10 km
Tiger View Jungle Camp is situated in the village of Goolar Khalla and is home to the endangered Indian Tiger. The place is great for spotting tigers in their natural habitat. Also, a jungle safari and camping in the wilderness are key attractions of the place.
8. Forest Research Institute:
- Location: Forest Research Institute (Deemed University) P.O.IPE, Kaulagarh Road- 248195
- Distance: 4 km
- Timings: 9 am to 5 pm; Only Monday to Friday
- Entry Fee: INR 10
Established in 1906 it is the best place to study or simply marvel at the beauty of trees and flowers in the campus. As many rare species of plants and flowers can be found here. The tourist can also enjoy at the Botanical Garden, a picnic place. Other than that, six of the most popular museums in forests in the world. But, the main attraction of the place is the main building which is also a national heritage. Indeed beautiful the building was built by C.G. Blomfield in Greco-Roman architecture in 1929. The institute is spread in a sprawling campus of 2000 acres.
9. Tapkeshwar Temple and its Springs:
- Distance: 5.5 km
- Timings: 9 am to 1 pm and 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm
- Entry Fee: None
Tapkeshwar Mahadev Temple is devoted to the deity Lord Shiva. The temple is a damp cave and at the end of it is the ShivLinga, where the water drips drop by drop on the Shivlinga. This is considered sacred and makes the place all the more holy.
Eventually, this water disappears underground and again comes forth in the form of a cool water spring. Thus this spring is considered sacred. Moreover, devotees take a dip in this spring before proceeding towards the temple. This place is the best-sacred place to visit in Dehradun.
Also, the temple is the site of the annual Shivratri fair in early March.
10. Tapovan Temple:
- Location: 9, Lane-2, Raipur 248008
- Distance: 6.5 km
- Timings: Tapovan Dehradun timings are 6 am to 8 pm
- Entry Fee: None
Tapovan Dehradun is one of the most tranquil places. Like all great things, even this temple has a story- According to the tale, Dronacharya the guru of Pandavas and Kauravas from Mahabharat stayed here for atonement from his sins. So, even today people come here in search of forgiveness for their sins.
Even today the place regards meditation as the key medium to achieve tranquillity and inner peace. So, here many green spaces and temple areas are kept only for the meditation purpose and anybody can come here and meditate. Regular meditation classes are also organized here.
The main sanctum holds a Shiv Linga and idols of other deities like Goddess Durga, Goddess Kali, and Lord Hanuman, etc are also found here. It is one of the best-sacred places to visit in Dehradun.
11. Mindroling Monastery:
- Location: 3, Buddha Temple Road, New Basti, Clement Town 248002
- Distance: 7 km
- Timings: 10 am to 7 pm; Tuesday to Sunday
- Entry Fee: None
Mindroling Monastery is among the six major monasteries of Tibet’s Nyingma School and is a serene and calming experience for mind, body, and soul. The monastery is indeed a calming experience for the tourists but for spiritual seekers, this is an abode of enlightenment.
This monastery houses a 130-meter tall statue of Lord Buddha and also the tallest stupa of Asia. Strikingly beautiful it is also home to about 300 monks at a single time.
Basically, the architecture is Japanese and the striking feature of it is that the fourth floor which is a vast room giving a 360-degree view of the valley. It is one of the most spiritual places to visit in Dehradun.
Some of the best things to do here are studying in the monastery library, tasting some lip-smacking delicacies in the cafes on the campus, and shopping in the shops present on the campus too.
12. Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara:
- Location: Tilak Rd, Jhanda Bazar, Jhanda Mohalla 248001
- Distance: 0 km
- Timings: 5 am to 9 pm
- Entry Fee: None
Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara was constructed by Guru Ram Rai in the 17th century. He was also the eldest son of the seventh Guru of Sikhs.
Also, the place has a story to tell. According to the legend, Guru Ram Rai was expelled from his hometown. So, he came and settled here and built this Gurudwara. Today this Gurudwara is the most important religious place for the Udaseen sect of Sikh community. Thus, it is one of the great places to visit in Dehradun.
After 5 days of every Holi, a flag hoisting takes place and a fair is organized. Aptly named the fair is called the Jhanda Fair.
13. Zonal Museum:
- Location: Haridwar Road.
- Distance: 4 km
- Timings: 10 am to 5 pm; closed on holidays, second Saturdays and Sundays.
- Entry Fee: INR 70
Zonal Museum or simply called the museum, is a unique tourist place of the city. It is an anthropological museum that depicts the life of people in the early times in the Garhwal region. The artifacts and other displays would leave you wondering about the life of people back then. Uniquely conceptualized, this is one of the best places to visit in Dehradun.
14. Chetwoode Hall:
- Distance: 5 km
- Timings: 10 am to 1 pm
- Entry Fee: None
Chetwoode Hall is a little museum that marks the bravery of our soldiers and the technical expertise of our forces. This place fills you with pride as you go row by row exclaiming at various modern artilleries and sophisticated ammunitions. That’s not all, various artifacts display the glorious past and triumphs of our forces. As a proud Indian, this is one of the great places to visit in Dehradun for children and adults alike.
15. Khalanga War Memorial:
- Distance: 12 km
- Timings: 9 am to 5 pm; all days
- Entry Fee: None
Khalanga War Memorial is a memorial constructed by the British to honor Gurkhas. What makes this unique and one amongst the list of best places to visit in Dehradun is that the British constructed it to honor their foe, the Gurkhas. It is a symbol of pride for the soldiers of India especially Gurkha soldiers.
16. Clock Tower:
- Location: Rajpur Road, Near Paltan Market– 248001
- Distance: 1 km
- Timings: Anytime
- Entry Fee: None
The important monument is located in the center of the city and was built by the British in the pre-Independence era. Today, the building stands as a mark of pride as on it is a gold plate which has the names of many freedom fighters inscribed on it.
Nowadays, it is not functional but in the times of its grandeur, people say that its chime could be heard from the other end of the city.
It is an 85-meter tall structure whose base was laid by Sarojini Naidu in the year 1948 and was inaugurated by Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1953. Thus, it is one of the important places to visit in Dehradun.
- Location: Dehradun-Chakrata Road, Uttarakhand -248158
- Distance: 29 km
- Timings: Anytime
- Entry Fee: None
Kalsi is a serene quaint village near the city sitting at the confluence of Ton and Yamuna river. This village is a complete package and can engage you for your whole day. Majorly, there are some important sightseeing options as well as adventure sports opportunities.
Sightseeing options are namely Ashokan Rock Edict. Basically, it is a quartz rock on which is engraved the 14th edict of Ashoka in Pali language dating back to 253 BC.
Another interesting spot is Assan Barrage which is an artificial reservoir and a Bird Sanctuary. We have already discussed it above in detail.
Next, the most interesting place is Dak Pathar. Interestingly enough, it is the site for water adventure sports like Boating, Canoeing, Sailing, River Rafting, water skiing. Lastly, but the most adventurous activity is the Hovercrafts. Also, fishing is also available for a quiet day out here. But for that, you need to take permission from the village authorities.
With all this in store for you, it is one of the best places to visit in Dehradun.
- Location: Doiwala Block, Lachhiwala Range, near Haridwar – Rishikesh Road, Uttarakhand – 248008.
- Distance: 17.5 km
- Timings: 7 am to 7 pm; all days
- Entry Fee: None
Lachhiwala Dehradun or Nature Park is a famous picnic spot. People flock here to absorb the serene lush green surroundings of Sal and deciduous shrubs. Though the main attraction here is the man-made pools. Beat the heat by swimming in these pools.
Other attractions of Lachhiwalla are the Trekking and Bird Watching activities here. You can even hire a guide to make the whole experience of Bird Watching even more enriching. Do not forget to take your binoculars! Don’t forget this place as it is one of the best places to visit in Dehradun.
Nearby Places to Dehradun:
Distance: 46 km
The city of Rishikesh is also known as the ‘Yoga Capital of India’. Another thing Rishikesh is famous for is its adventure sports. Thus it is an exotic combination of serene and powerful Yoga and meditation with spine chilling adventure activities.
Start your day with Yoga and meditation, spend it doing adventure activities, and end it with the spiritual experience of Ganga Aarti ceremony at the riverfronts. These days spent in Rishikesh are sure to ink your mind with blissful memories for forever. Few places to visit in Rishikesh are Ram Jhula and Lakshman Jhula.
Distance: 55 km
Haridwar is the spiritual capital and temple town for Hindu Indians. The city is one of the seven holiest cities of India. Akin to Rishikesh, Haridwar also has Yoga centers, temples and Ganga Aarti at riverfronts.
It is one of the only four cities that host one of world’s largest fair, Kumbha Mela that is organized every 12 years. The last Kumbha Mela was organized in 2010. Do visit this spiritual and holy city to elevate your spiritual side.
Also, a dip in Ganga at the Har Ki Pauri riverfront absolves you of all your sins. So, do not miss this city if you have time to explore nearby cities.
Read Also: Visit The World Capital of Yoga- Rishikesh!
Distance: 226 km
Situated at a height of 2200 meters it has a pleasant atmosphere all round the year and it even snows sometimes in winter. It has been charming people from ever since. Interestingly, the British liked it so much that they made it their summer capital and ruled India from here when it was scorchingly hot in the plains. It is a popular honeymoon destination and great for family and friends as well.
The journey is more important than the destination, and that holds true every part for Shimla as the toy train you have to take to reach Shimla is an experience like no other. Passing through lush green hills and valleys it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Distance: 77 km
Perched at a height of 8500 feet. It is a heaven in terms of natural beauty and offers you quiet solitude. The place has charming hills, Apple orchards, fruit trees, and lush greenery making you feel never to leave the place. Unspoiled by the commercialization, it is peppered with wildflowers and small temples all around. For all those who want solitude and wander in beautiful fields, this is the perfect place to be.
Distance: 303 km
Auli is a popular skiing destination. Also, with the Oak, Deodar, and Pine forests, Apple Orchards, and lush green slopes of Auli, there is enough reason to do visit this hill station. Skiers from all over the country and foreign destinations visit this serene and beautiful hill station. There are skiing options for both beginners as well as experts. Apart from skiing, the hill station opens doors to various treks that can be undertaken from here. The snowy beauty is perched at a height of 9186 feet and is a must-visit on your bucket list.
Distance: Dehradun to Mussoorie is only 34 km
Mussoorie is a popular hill station since the British colonial rule in India. Especially popular amongst honeymooners it is perched at a height of 7000 feet and is also called ‘Queen of The Hills’.
Mesmerizingly the pristine hill station gives beautiful views of lush green slopes and snow-capped mountains. The most popular tourist place here is Mall Road, a walk-only area lined with all sorts of shops. Do not forget to get your pictures clicked in the local attires. A trip to Mussoorie is sure to give you memories of a lifetime.
True Linkz opinion on Travel Dehradun:
According to us, a city is a great place as it is well connected with air, rail, and road. But, we feel, it is good for spending a day or two and then proceeding further to other hill stations which it connects. As there is not much to do. Also, it goes exceeds the budget for many.
It is a great place for people who want to spend a day or two away from the mundane life of cities and also for those who want to make a pit stop in their journey. Here they can hire a cab and move further in Uttarakhand. We hope you liked our article on the complete Dehradun Tourism Guide. Do tell us how you found our article in the comment section below. Also, If you want to get information on any other topic please feel free to comment it below. We will definitely add it.