Tourist Season in Dehradun

Tourist season in Dehradun spreads all over the year. But it is advisable to come during the principal tourist season in Dehradun-November to mid June.

Dehradun experiences a predominant tropical climate accompanied by hot summers and cool pleasant winters.

The tourist season in Dehradun reaches its peak during the fall months of the year. At that time, the temperature hovers between a cozy range of 23.6°C and 5.4°C. A beautiful snowfall occurs in the Garhwal Himalayas during November-December.

During the tourist season in Dehradun, the following places are thronged by tourists from all over the Globe.
  • Sahastradhara

    An ideal picnic spot near Dehradun with sulphur spring and caves.

  • Tapkeshawar Temple

    It is visited by thousands of devotees to pay homage to the Tapkeshwar deity.

  • Laxman Siddh

    This is a famous tourist spot of Dehradun about 12 kilometers away from Dehradun.

  • Chandrabani

    Together with the adjacent Gautam Kund, attracts thousands of devotees to take a holy dip here.

  • Malsi Deer Park

    - A mini-zoological park is an ideal tourist as well as picnic spot at Dehradun.
The tourist season in Dehradun witnesses tourists also flocking to the following places:
  • Mussoorie, a popular hill station; few hours drive from Dehradun.
  • Dakpathar, 45 km away from Dehradun.
  • Kalsi, known for the Ashokan pillar of 450 B.C.
  • Paonta Sahib in Himachal Pradesh. It lies 51 km from Dehradun. Sikh pilgrims throng Poanta Sahib.
A number of fairs and festivals occur during the tourist season at Dehradun which are:

Last Updated on 14 March 2013



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