One Day Local Sightseeing Tour in Dehradun

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Dehradun Tour PackagesSituated on the foothills of the Shivalik ranges of the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand, Dehradun is every tourist delight. The region is replete with interesting and fun sightseeing attractions which will allow you to have a memorable experience. Making its way through the city are the two perennial rivers of Ganga and Yamuna. This capital of Uttarakhand is very well connected to a network of roads, railway lines and helipads. It is also placed right on the crossroads of some of the top tourist destinations in Uttarakhand like Mussoorie, Auli, Haridwar, Rishikesh etc. blessed with yearlong pleasant temperature it is also blessed with a pristine ecosystem which adds beauty to this place.

Dehradun Sightseeing Tour Itinerary

Tour Name: Dehradun Sightseeing Holiday Package
Tour Duration: 01 Day
Destination Covered: Dehradun
Tour Price: On Request/- Enquire Now

If you are looking to explore this magnificent hill destination then here is a one-day local sightseeing tour itinerary:

Upon your arrival at Dehradun, you will be greeted by our tour representative who will take you on a local sightseeing. You will be covering the following places:

Tapkeshwar Mahadev

Tapkeshwar TempleThis cave temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the spirituality here is incredible. Located on the side of a forest the water drops down from the cave ceilings in a trickling motion over the Shivling which is placed underneath it making it look like a beautiful spectacle. It is located at a distance of 6 kms from the main city of Dehradun and is also believed to have been resided by Dronacharya. The devotees also take a dip in the cool sulphur water spring which is just a few yards away from the temple.

Buddha Temple

This is one of the most serene and peaceful spots in Dehradun city and is especially the centre of Attraction for Buddhists and other international tourists. This Tibetan monastery was built during the year 1965 by Kochen Rinpoche along with some other monks in order to promote and protect the religious values of Buddhism. The structure is built in Japanese style and the complex is also called Nyimga – one of the 4 schools of Tibetan religion.

Robber’s Cave

Robbers CaveThis cave is a 600 metres long narrow pathway which is open from the top in between two lofty hillocks. The stream flowing in between is just 1 to 2 feet deep where you can walk while wearing Chappals since the floor is covered in pebbles. It is a thrilling experience where you can also walk up to the source of the stream which ends at a waterfall. This the perfect place to spend some time with your family and kids. The place also offers scenic and picturesque views of the surroundings along with small kiosks and restaurants available en route.

The Forest Research Institute (FRI)

This is a prominent research and education institution in the field of forest research. The main building attracts a lot of tourists who come to witness is sheer brilliance. It is also listed in the prestigious ‘Guiness book of world record’ for being the largest purely brick Stricture in the world. This will be a good way to end your local sightseeing tour of Dehradun. The entire institute is spread out to a region of 450 hectares along with 6 well-stocked museums, lush gardens, Data for specimens etc with the imposing Himalayas as the backdrop.

Departure

After the completion of your Dehradun sightseeing, you will be assisted to your departure location from where you will be making your way to you desired destination.


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