Dehradun, a place bestowed with waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, bird viewing spots, sunset and sunrise points, hilltops, hill stations, etc. Hence it lies under the must-visit place in India. The diverse cultural aspects, monuments, handcrafts, artifacts, carvings, caves make it more adventurous. And if you are planning to visit the place don’t’ miss out on the below-mentioned spots.
Top 10 Places to Visit in Dehradun
1. Forest Research Institute
the forest research Institute of India is popularly known as FRI Dehradun as an architectural marvel and vast collection of forestry-related items since its six museums. One can reach FRI Dehradun from I vst Dehradun from there. The Imperial Eye Institute of Dehradun was established in 1960 for forest research and had a magnificent colonial style. Building and green hills to enjoy and please the botanical garden on the FRI campus. BF is based on pathology silviculture, Timber social forestry, non-wood forest products, and entomology.
2. Gucchu Pani/ Robbers Cave
The gucchu Pani aur, the robbers’ cave, is a natural cave formation where rivers flow inside the caves. The place is a popular tourist spot and is now being maintained by the Uttarakhand State tourism industry. The robber’s cave is about 600 meters long divided into two parts that have the highest follower of about 10 meters in the central part, and there is a fort wall structure which is now broken and narrow Gorge formation in a conglomerate limestone area on the Doon Vallees Dehra plateau on the other side.
Sahastradhara spring is the most popular tourist destination located in Dehradun of Uttarakhand State; this place is situated on the banks of a small river which is tributary of “song” river ropeway our aerial tramway is provided to reach the artificial park and Sai temple. The place has the magnification beauty of nature where water drips from limestone stalactites making water abundant in Sulphur, and hence it is known as Sulphur springs.
Rameshwar temple Dehradun is also known as tapkeshwar Mahadev. It is one of the most famous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is located on the forest side of the temple. Inside, a natural water drop on the cave ceiling, triple down over the children long and continuous down to make it look spectacular. temple of great importance due to the natural silk lehenga by long that the river flow to the caves and continuous water droplets on the ceiling is college leave that it was a resident of Guru Dronacharya resting teacher of Pandavas and Kauravas in Mahabharat the name drone caves.
5. Budha Temple
The Devdhar temple situated in Dehradun Uttarakhand was built in later years by the river head Korean Rinpoche. The temple and Dehradun location Tibetan monastery is known as Mindrolling Monastery. The temple is essentially a built-in Japanese architectural style on an island in the Doon valley. The view from the topply mesmerizing if you wish to enjoy the green areas of the Dehradun Buddhist temple. Round the temple also finds a number of shops, restaurants, and other public places.
6. Asan Barrage
The asan conservation reserve is 444 hectare stretch of the earth sound river running down on plants with Jamuna in Dehradun. The use of support habitats 3:30 species of birds, including critically endangered red-headed vulture white-rumped vulture Baer’s pochard, ruddy shelduck. The reserve also supports hydroelectric production on the barrage. The damming of the 1967 set wall supports bird-friendly habitats.
7. Dehradun ZOO, Malsi Deer Park
The malsi deer park is a major wildlife lovers’ attraction. The place is located 10 kilometers from Dehradun. It can raise the area from IBSC Dehradun in an hour. Apart from the majestic deer population, the park has Nilgai and two-horned deer as well. Park authorities have installed a child’s play zone and a resourceful canteen in the park.
8. Santala Devi temple
A tour to Dehradun is incomplete without visiting the Santana Devi temple. The mythological tales say that the Santana Devi and her brother used to pray in this temple when they could not face the Mughal army’s invasion. As a result, a divine light emerged, and they both turned into stone statues is the said glory behind the idols in the temple. At a distance of around 15 km lies the Santala Devi temple on the Garhi Cantt road accompanied by some 2 km of a trek to the hilltop.
9. Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara
Guru Ram Rai Darbar Sahib was also known as Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara, is a sacred place of Sikhs dedicated to the seventh Sikh guru and son of Guru Har Rai Ji. The building is architectural and historically significant, as it derives many architectural motives, including domes, minarets, and gardens from Islamic architecture. While Sikhs architecture is of Mughlai style.
10. Shikhar Fall
Shikhar fall is one of the major tourist attractions offering relaxed, natural areas popular for hiking, bird watching, picnics with rocky pools and waterparks. The park is located in the Kairwaan village of Dehradun and is easily accessible by ISBT Dehradun and Jolly Grant Airport Dehradun. The landscape here is rich in lush vegetation and shelters different rare species of birds, making it serene.
Dehradun has plenty of more places to cover. Still, the above choice depicts the diverse nature of Dehradun and allows you to appreciate the culture, trends, art and artifacts, local cuisines, etc., to live it to the best.
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