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travel Destinations: Delhi-Dehradun-Delhi
travel Duration: 2 nights/3 days
Day1: Delhi-Dehradun (235 kms)
Early morning drive to Dehradun- gateway to the Garhwal region of Uttranchal. Dehradun is situated amidst the Himalayas, Shivaliks, Ganges and Yamuna. A picturesque valley, which was once the summer resort during the British rule. Temples, various institutions, avenues of adventure sports, abundance of special basmati rice, tea and leechi gardens, and sal forests have endowed this place to a paradise.
Overnight at hotel.
Day 2: Dehradun
Enjoying the morning beauty take a full day city tour visiting
Tapkeshwar- A cave temple dedicated to Lord Shiva on the banks of a seasonal river. A picture-perfect beauty, there is a gushing river flowing by its sides that complement the main temple and other shrines studding the area with its pleasant cool waters.
The Malsi Deer Park- A good picnic spot, the park is as the name suggests home to the gentle and shy deer’s who can be seen nibbling at the grass from a distance. A mini-zoo with children’s park and lovely natural surroundings make it an ideal sightseeing cum picnic spot.
The Forest Research Institute- The biggest forest based product-training institute in India. . The Botanical Garden set in the campus is another attraction of the place.
Sahastradhara- The sulphur springs have unique healing powers for certain diseases both in the early eastern and the western medical sciences. It is a place where tourists come in search for natural cure.
Robber's Cave- Just beyond the Anarwala village, the famous Robber's Cave is a fabulous picnic spot, which is sure to delight the visitors.
Rajaji National Park- One of the finest ecological reserve in the valley of the Shivalik Mountain Ranges. With a big variety of flora and fauna this park is a home to a large number of mammals of different species. A safari through the park is going to be an experience for you.
Overnight at hotel.
Day free for leisure activities. Depart for Delhi.