FRI (Forest Research Institute)
Constructed during British rule, FRI is one of the oldest forestry institutions of its kind. Its architecture is the centre of attraction for the visitors here.
IMA (Indian Military Academy)
Out of all beautiful features of Dehradun, one place that it is absolutely proud of is Indian Military Academy. It is the officer training academy of the Indian Army. It was established in 1932. This place is surely for all those who get goose bumps while watching patriotic infrastructure.
The queen of hills, Mussoorie, does not need any introduction as it is one of the most visited places in north India. With its green hills and varied flora and fauna, Mussoorie is a fascinating hill.
One of the not-to-be missed places, Gucchupani resides 8 kms away from Dehradun. Lately, it has become the hotspot for all the tourists visiting Dehradun. It is known for unusual cold springs inside the caves along with finger licking maggi. Robber’s cave is a paradise for the people who are fond of mini adventures.
Not only the yoga capital of the world but Rishikesh is also famous for adventurous activities like river rafting and camping. It also has number of spiritual places like temples and ashrams that makes it a heritage rich place.
Sahastradhara: Located near Robber’s Cave, this place is definitely an eye candy for everyone. Its natural beauty incorporates pretty waterfalls, caves and greenery all around. It also has attractions like rope way, amusement park and temple to admire. Best time to visit this destination is summers in order to escape the scorching heat.