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Dehradun & Mussorrie
Dehradun

The city of Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand and the headquarters of Dehradun district. Dehradun is surrounded by the Shivalk Hills to the north, the Yamuna to the west and the Ganga to the east.

The city of Dehradun has various tourist spots like the Tapkeshwar Mahadev temple which derives its name from water droplets originating from a rock falls on the Shivling placed in the shrine. The Sahastradhara is a sulphur spring located about 14kms from the city. It literally means thousand fold springs. The Malsi Deer Park is located 8kms from Dehradun enroute to Mussoorie. It is a wonderful picnic spot and can be enjoyed with children. The Robber’s Cave is another important picnic spot located 8kms from Dehradun.

The Tibetan temple on Rajpur Road is a colourful Buddhist temple. 15kms from Dehradun is the Santaula Devi temple. While at Dehradun, you can undertake excursions to places like Lacchiwala, a beautiful picnic spot; Rajaji National Park which displays a variety of flora and fauna and Dakpathar which is located 45kms from Dehradun. Dehradun also hosts some important fairs of the region like Jhanda Fair, Tapkeshwar Fair, Laxmansidh Fair, Bissu Fair, Mahasu Devta Fair, and the Shaheed Veer Kesri Chandra Fair.

Dehradun is an all year round tourist attraction with cool winters, warm summers and crisp mild monsoons.

Mussorrie

Mussoorie is a wonderful hillstation in Uttarakhand at height of 2000 m above sea level, about 35 km from Dehradun. The history of Musssoorie dates back to 1825 when Captain Young, A british military officer and Mr. Shore, the Superintendent of Revenues at Dehradun, jointly constructed a shooting lodge there.

The varied flora and fauna and the majestic view of the Doon Valley and the Shivalik ranges attracts thousands of tourists to Mussoorie every year. Mussoorie is famous not only for its scenic beauty but it has also developed into an important center of education and business.

Mussoorie is also famous for the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration where officers are trained for the Indian Administrative Service and the Indian Police Service. There are several interesting tourist places here like The Mall, extending from Cloud’s End in the west to Rockville in the east. The Mall gives you a feeling of the old world charm which is heightened by the presence of the Municipal garden, the Tibetan School and Home, and the National Academy of Administration.

You can enjoy the ropeway on the second highest peak of Mussoorie, the Gun Hill. It gives a bird’s eye view of the town and a panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges. The wonderful 4km stretch from Kurli Bazaar to Library Point called the Came’s Back Rock is a superb experience whether you travel on horse back or simply walk. Childer’s Lodge is the highest peak of Mussoorie while the highest point is Lal Tibba from where you can get an exhilarating view of the snow-clad Himalayas. Surrounded by thick deodar forests, Cloud End is an ideal resort built in 1838 by a British major. Honeymooners and foreigners visit this place often. While in Mussoorie, you must visit Kempty Falls which is 15kms from Mussoorie. Best season to visit Mussoorie is March to June and September to November. Summers are the best times to have trekking, rock climbing and camping.

DEHRADUN & MUSSOORIE - ONE DAY TOUR

Kempty Fall, Sahastradhara, Mussoorie Lake, Mussoorie Mall Road, Prakasheshwar Mandir, Fun Valley
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