4 Must Visit Places in Dehradun

Mussoorie Seyfert Sarovar Portico Dehradun


Situated 35 kilometers from Dehradun, Mussoorie is a pleasant hill station in Uttarakhand. The hill station is situated at the foothills of the Garhawl Himalayan ranges, and is additionally known by its moniker "The Queen Of Hills".
The place is otherwise called the gateway to the "Gangotri and "Yamunotri" sacred shrines. The best time to visit the place is between mid-March to mid-November as the downpours amid rainstorm and chilly amid the winters make it really hard to access.

Malsi Deer Park Seyfert Sarovar Portico Dehradun

Malsi Deer Park

Malsi Deer Park, a scaled down zoological park set among the beautiful siwalik range of Doon Valley is a noteworthy fascination in Dehradun. The place is a perfect escape from the humdrums of city life and to appreciate untamed life in an interesting minimal surroundings of Himalayan valleys. One of the central attractions of Dehradun, this zoological park is situated in Mussoorie Road. The place is 10 kilometers from Dehradun (Rajpur Road) and lies in the edges of this hill station.


Sahastradhara Seyfert Sarovar Portico Dehradun


An amazing collection of caves and waterfalls, the locale close Sahastradhara is a standout amongst the most mainstream tourist destinations of Uttarakhand. To be exact, the fascination that draws a great deal of voyagers from distant spots is the sulfur water spring which also has a stunning natural appeal making it beautiful. Washing in this sulfur water spring feels cool, however it offers remarkable therapeutic plus points. 

Rishikesh Seyfert Sarovar Portico Dehradun


 Also called as the "Passage to the Garhawl Himalayas". The town is a renowned traveler spot and furthermore a noteworthy holy spot for the Hindus. ?Situated close to the foot of the Himalayas in the Indian territory of Uttrakhand, Rishikesh is the 7th biggest city in India.The River Ganges courses through the town of Rishikesh and it is well known for its different holy places and yoga ashrams.