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Dehradun (The City of Love)

Dehradun – The City of Love is a place as lovely as it's name. The City is a true essence of love and affinity which offers everyone a lovely tourism with adventures. You can plan from Manali to Dehradun a bus trip so that you can have a view of the beautiful mountains covered with snow and other beautiful sceneries you can book bus tickets online, Online bus ticket booking is very easy and convenient with busandticket.com with great offers. When you reach Dehradun you must Visit these places:-


Tapovan, The wooded willows, is situated near Raipur area of Dehradun. It is a treat to one’s eyes. Blessed with utmost scenic grandeur. It is a place to find peace and solace in one’s own company. Although human settlement has now spread in the place, it still exudes comeliness and peace.Tapovan is a peaceful retreat in the suburbs of Dehradun. The place is popular for the presence of a famous Tapovan Ashram and the Shiva temple. Locals call the temple ‘Tapovan Mandir‘. Many devotees visit this temple. During Shivratri, the temple hosts a small fair. Almost every local attends this fair.



Approximately 18 km from Dehradun, Sahastradhara, which is a small tourist attraction for caves and waterfalls, is a hub for travelers from all over India.

Sahastradhara, literal meaning thousand fold of spring, is a large collection of water pools, where water drips from limestone stalactites, turning it to sulfur springs. Taking a bath in Sahastradhara is considered as auspicious as the water contains some medicinal properties, which can heal anyone suffering from ailments like muscle ache, poor blood circulation, acne and even arthritis. Nearby Sahastradhara, there is a ropeway, which takes tourists to a high point from where they can relish the panoramic view of the nearby surroundings. Close to Sahastradhara, the Joyland Water Park is also a must visit.


Tiger Falls

The Tiger Falls are hidden in the hilly terrains of Chakrata in Uttarakhand, India. It is 98 km from the state capital, Dehradun, 20 km from Chakrata and can be reached by a 5 km trek with rhododendron and oak trees surroundings. At an elevation of 312 feet , it is considered the highest direct waterfall in India.


Robber's Cave

Gachhu Pani is situated in a vast limestone area in the Dehra plateau in Dehradun. You can see similar caves in Sahastradhara of Dehradun. Gucchu pani (robber's Cave) is a narrow gorge ie Nero Gauge Cave, the area is an example of chosen stone construction. The late 1800s Robber's Cave is used by robbers to hide from the British. Due to the natural and local condition of this cave, it was easiest for the robbers to hide here. Labyrinth caves were suitable for robbers to hide here, which is why it came to be known as robber's Cave.Locals believe that robbers used these caves to hide valuable items.

The cave is about 600 metres long, divided into two main parts. The cave has a highest fall of about 10 metres. In the central part there is a fort wall structure which is now broken.It consists of an extremely narrow gorge formed in a conglomerate limestone area on Doon Valley's Dehra plateau.


Malsi Deer Park

Malsi Deer Park, a miniature zoological park set amongst the ethereal siwalik range of Doon Valley is a major attraction in Dehradun. The place is an ideal gateway from the humdrums of city life and enjoy wildlife in a quaint little Himalayan. One of the chief attractions of Dehradun, this zoological park is located in Mussoorie Road. The place is 10 kilometres from Dehradun (Rajpur Road) and lies in the outskirts of this hill town. It is an interesting stopping point that comes in between Dehradun and Mussoorie. The park is home to a range of wildlife species and natural plants.


Adventures to do in Dehradun

  • Overall Dehradun is a place which will fill your minds with great memories and love.