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Dehradun is a traveller?s delight for a number of reasons. Start with Buddha temple and Sahastra Dhara and have lunch at the cafes around. Put aside some hours to explore the famous Forest Research Institute. Shop at Paltan Bazar and enjoy the delicacies at Kumar Sweet after seeing the Clock Tower. The Ellora?s Bakery and the Riverstone Cottages are also a good option to treat your palate. March-June is the busiest period here.

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To explore the real beauty of Dehradun, try walking around this compact town instead of hiring a cab or going by bus. A walk through this town requires approximately half an hour. If you are a bookworm, then make sure to visit Book World and The English Book Depot. Although the places near Dehradun such as Haridwar and Rishikesh are dry, you will find several bars here. If you are looking for satisfactory hotels, try looking around Rajpur Road. There is no dearth of food joints and apart from local cuisine, you can also find Pizza Hut, McDonald's, Maggi Point and Cafe Coffee Day here. Once here, do visit Haridwar, Mussoorie and Rishikesh.

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One of the underrated destinations of India, Dehradun is a beautiful place and an escape from reality with a soft spot for nature lovers like myself. This first week of April, I went to Dehradun for the second time with my friends and it was just picture perfect. The weather was cool enough to provide relief from the sizzling heat of Delhi and act as a natural air conditioner. This is one of the places where I could just chill and hang out with my friends by the lake instead of visiting a million spots. The only place we visited was the Forest Research Institute and we're actually glad because it was THE place for the nature lovers, science geeks and for bomb instagrams if I say so myself. Since we were on a budget -like all students usually are- we chose to live in cabins for about 4-5 days and the whole trip cost us under 5K per person! May I say perfect?

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Well, what a experience. - wet all my cloths - Dipped my whole new mobile -Almost lost my slipper -Lost my Earphones and Medicines -And got a lifetime experience Instead of taking selfies, just Enjoy there. I couldn't do it as I want to bcz I was in hurry but I will go there again after leaving my shi**y job and will enjoy it as I want to.

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There is a Balakram Market in paltan bazaar famous for BANGLES of old as well as latest design's . Sheesh Mahal Kangan Store (since 1985) is the best place to buy bangles they offer best quality at reasonable prices

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The water in Fun Valley is not very clean and is muddy at places. Make sure to take care of your belongings. Food is available within the premises itself. There are also places of stay within Fun Valley, so if you want you can stay here for the night. However, the hotels and guest houses are definitely cheaper in other areas of Dehradun. Both water and non-water rides are available. There is also a 5-D theatre. It is advisable to carry your own swimsuit if you do not wish to pay an additional amount for hiring or purchasing one. If your team consists of kids, then be certain that they are going to have a great time here.

Review for Fun Valley, Dehradun

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Full adress of lacchiwala where is it and more place to see in dehradun. L. Pls tell me as soon as possible nd dist from dehradun railway station and where is shastra dhara tel me fast pls

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How much it will minimum cost for 2-3days??

The cost depends on where you are travelling from and your accommodation and travel choices. However, generally you can cover the trip with the budget of 10,000-15,000 per person.

8 months ago by Holidify


What are the best experiences you must not miss in dehradun?

The robber's cave is extremely popular and should not be missed if you're in Dehradun. The Forest Research Institute is also a fascinating visit. The Buddhist monastery in Clement Town and the Tapekshwar temple are also an extremely peaceful experience.

8 months ago by Kaveesh Nair


We are going to see the places Dehradun, Mussorie, Kulu, Manali, Rishikesh, Haridwar. My question is how many days it will take to complete the tour and what is the order of seeing these places by road ?

At least 11 days are require to cover all these places Delhi-haridwar-rishikesh-mussorie-dehradun-kullu-manali or Delhi-haridwar-rishikesh-dehradun-mussorie-kullu-manali

1 week ago by Rishi Sahu