North Indian Honeymoon Locations Part 5 Dehradun

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Dehradun in Uttranchal is an ideal place to kickstart your blissful new life. Dehradun  has always attracted honeymoon couples looking for a perfect gateway into their initial steps into matrimony. The  gushing rivers, verdant valleys, grassy meadows, snow clad mountains and beauty all around, seems to be inviting you to explore this beautiful hill station. We assure you that this place will always bring back lovely memories for those who want to enjoy a perfect honeymoon.
The majestic hill station of Dehradun welcomes you all through the year. During summers it’s an ideal place to beat the heat, the lush green place attracts you during monsoons and winters invite those couples who want to enjoy a cosy holiday in the snow and spend a memorable time here. Some of the popular and must see city attractions include Robber’s Cave, The Museum, Tapkeshwar Temple and Lacchiwalla apart from other places of interest.

Robber’s Cave
Robber’s Cave popularly known as Guchhupani is a river cave formation in Dehradun City, about 8 km from City Centre. It is a natural cave formation where rivers flows inside the cave. The place is a popular tourist spot and is now being maintained by Uttarakhand State.

Robber's Cave

The Museum
The Museum, situated on Haridwar Road, is one of the most popular museums of the destination. Renowned as Zonal Museum, this museum displays collection of artefacts related to the origin, development and sustenance of mankind on earth.

Mall Road
Mall Road in Dehradun is one of the busiest shopping centres and is located in the heart of the city. Shopping at Mall Road can be a memorable experience for you. It is a one stop place for shoppers and exhibits a wide range of products. Apart from the Mall road, Paltan Bazaar is the main local market in Dehra Dun in Uttarakhand. The market, which has a good shopping arcade, is a popular shopping haunt for tourists visiting the city. The bazaar is famous for the Doon Basmati rice, spices and woollen garments.

Sahastradhara, located at a distance of around 14 km from the heart of the city, is a popular tourist attraction of Dehradun. Literally meaning ‘Thousands fold Spring’, the place makes  an  ideal picnic  spot and is of immense attraction to visitors.  The Baldi river and the caves provide a breathtaking view.There  is also a sulphur spring in which visitors often take bath.  Its  water is said to cure skin infections and possess other medicinal properties.

Clock Tower
Clock Tower, located on the Rajpur road, is one of the most prominent attractions of the destination. Encircled by the commercial centre of the city, the Clock Tower is one of the most renowned landmarks of the city. This place is generally always crowded.

Clock Tower

Malsi Deer Park
Malsi Deer Park, located at a distance of 10 km from Dehradun, is one of the major tourist attractions in the city. Situated on the foothills of the Shivalik mountain range, this park is a Zoological Garden. Apart from Deers, tourists visiting the park can also spot beautiful peacocks and an engaging flora and fauna here.

Lachiwalla is one of the most famous picnic spots in Uttarakhand, which is located on the Haridwar-Rishikesh road, about 22 kilometers from Dehradun. Situated along the banks of River Song, Lachiwalla has many activates such as boat rides, which are popular among both children and elders.

Asan Barrage
Situated 50 kilometers from Dehradun, Asan Barrage is formed at the union of two rivers – Asan and Yamuna. This place is home to over 66 species of birds and therefore, it is very famous among nature lovers and bird watchers. To preserve these endangered species, the Asan Conservation Reserve has been established. Moreover, Asan Barrage is also known as the water sports center of Dehradun as it offers many water activities like water-skiing, sailing, kayaking, and boating.

Asan Barrage

Located at the union of Yamuna and Tons, it is about 56 kilometers from Dehradun city. This place is very famous for its breathtaking view of the Doon Valley. Many visitors come to this place for a peaceful outing or for some recreational activities with friends and family. It is believed that during the 3rd Century BC, Kalsi was the furthest point that was under the rule of the great Mauryan Emperor – King Ashoka. This place is also known for its rock edict of Ashoka.

Kalsi Town

Laxman Siddh Temple
Laxman Siddh Temple is known for its scenic beauty. This temple is the cremation site of the Saint-Swami Laxman Siddh, which is visited by large number of tourists every year. You must also visit Chandrabani temple which is also the site of the popular Gautam Kund, where devotees take a dip in the holy water.

Visit the following sites for more information

Dehradun Tourism – 1

Dehradun Tourism – 2

Dehradun Tourism – 3

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