Situated on the foothills of the great Himalayan, Dehradun is one of the most visited tourist
destinations in India. Surrounded by beautiful hills, doon valleys and dense forests, city welcomes
tourists to come and enjoy real world of nature.
Guchhupani is one of the names of Robber's cave, situated at the distance of 8 km from the city center.
It is 600 meters long cave having small river inside it.
Forest Research Institute
It is well known institute in the field of forestry, which is being run by Indian Council of Forestry
Research and Education. It was established in 1906 and chosen deemed university by the UGC. It has
also museum on forestry that is open from 9:30am to 5:00pm.
It is one of the oldest temples in Dehradun, dedicated to lord Shiva, it is at the distance of 5.5 km from
city bus-stand and well connected by road. A fair is organized every year on the occasion of Shivratri.
As the name suggests, temple is named Tapkeshwar as water droplets from rocks falls on shivling and
gives it marvelous look.
Malsi Deer Park
It is one of most visited tourist destinations, located at the distance of just 10 km from Dehradun.
Situated at the foothills of Shivalik ranges, it is a mini-zoological park surrounded by beautiful
objects of nature, that makes it best place for picnic.
Situated at the bank of river Ganga, it is one of the holiest places for Hindus. According to Hindu
mythology, it is the place where Kaurava's Guru Dronacharya has undergone penance.
Shastradhara, which means, the 'thousand springs' is one of the best picnic spots. It is a eye pleasing
waterfall of 9 meters, that attracts the tourists. Place has also Sulphur spring famous for its medicinal
value, it is believed that it cares skin disease.
Laxman Siddha Temple
It is just 12 km from Dehradun. According to Hindu mythology, it is the place where after killing the
Ravana, lord Rama's younger brother Laxmana has undergone penance.
As the name suggests temple is dedicated to lord Sai Baba, it is located on Rajput road.
Darbar Shri Guru Ram Rai
This place has historical significance from the time of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The Sikh guru
Ram Rai ji, the eldest son of the Seventh Sikh Guru Har Rai Ji, stayed here in 1676 and now it has
changed into pilgrimage place for Sikhs.