You have no items in your shopping cart.
Dehradun – An Ancient City with Pristine Natural Beauty
Places of Tourist Interest in Dehradun
Chandrabani: Located nearly 7 kms away from Dehradun, the Chandrabani temple is famous for the holy Gautam Kund, whose water is deemed sacred by the devotees visiting this site. As per the ancient mythological believes, Chandrabani was the abode of Mahrishi Gautam and his partner as well as their daughter Anjani. It is also believed to be the site where, Maa Ganga, the descendent from heaven, revealed her true form, which is why devotees consider taking a dip in the holy waters of the kund to be auspicious.
Robber’s Cave: Located in the suburban areas of Dehradun, Robber's Cave, is beautiful place frequented by visitors. The place is also famous by the name of Guchhipani or Guchu Pani and is situated in the midst of magnificent hills. Visitors can trek for a distance of one kilometer to reach a refreshing stream vanishes only a short distance ahead to reappear again after travelling a few kilometers. The caves reflect the incredible settings of nature as it provides a great opportunity to enjoy the unadulterated beautiful surroundings along with a bit of thrill and adventure.
Sahastradhara: This prominent tourist hotspot of Dehradun, is located nearly 14 km from center of the city. The literal meaning of Sahastradhara is 'Thousands fold spring'. The magnificent spring is nearly 9m deep and its water is believed to have medicinal value as it contains a considerable amount of sulphur. Set amidst the beautiful surroundings of caves and River Baldi, the beauty of the spring is further enhanced by the projecting ridge formed by the presence of large amounts of lime in its water.
Malsi Deer Park: The Malsi Deer Park is situated nearly 10 kms away from Dehradun and is frequented by a large number of people visiting the city. Located at the foothills of the Shivalik range, this park cum zoological garden is famous not only for housing deer but also a good number of the beautiful peacocks as well as the Antelopes, which are popularly known as Nilgai. The park is a favorite picnic spot for both the local people as well as the tourists, who often bring their children here, to watch the various animals and also enjoy the various slides setup in the park by the government.
Planning to go this place via Indian Rail?
Planning to go this place via Bus?
Do you think, something more is to be added in the above information?
Or, you want to just share some sweet or sour experiences about this place?
Just click here for the same.
The whole AstroDevam team will be thankful to you.
We will try to implement your suggestions, in the best possible manner.
Your experiences will be published on this prestigious website, under your name.
Furthermore, Interesting suggestions and experiences will be rewarded by https://astrodevam.com/
So what are you waiting for?
Note: above information has been provided by https://astrodevam.com/, as a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) endeavor.