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Literally meaning thousand fold spring, Sahastra Dhara is a very famous tourist attraction in Dehradun. The oozing beauty of this place can be best experienced during the rainy season. 

Here the water drips from the limestone stalactites which makes the water, rich with sulphur. This is another reason why it is also known as Sulphur Springs. It is situated 11 km from the city of Dehradun. 

The water in the pools is believed to be charged with medicinal properties of great therapeutic value. A single dip in the sulphur-rich water feels very cold and also very refreshing with notable medicinal properties.

One can plan a trip to Sahastradhara during any time of the year. However, the best time to visit here would be from October to March. During this time, you get to see a lot of equally curious travellers exploring the place around.

Major Attractions in and Around Sahastradhara

1. Robber’s Cave. This cave is popularly known as the Guchhipani or Guchu Pani cave. As it is surrounded by majestic hills, the scenic abundance of the place makes it an enchanting travel destination to explore. The tourists will need to trek about 1 kilometre via the Anarwala village to reach this place. It a kind of perfect location for those who are seeking adventure.

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2. Tapovan Temple. The temple is located at around Dehradun-Rajpur road. Situated just above the Gangotri Glacier, the place draws a lot of tourist attention. For any spiritual seeker and yogis, this place can be an interesting visit.

3. Paltan Bazaar. This is yet another interesting option to explore in Dehradun. If you have seen various sights, perhaps it is time to indulge in some shopping activity. For people who like to explore new and unique places, this bazaar won’t be a disappointment.

How to Reach Sahastradhara 

By Air. The nearest airport is Jolly Grant Airport that is well-connected with other regions of India. After deboarding your flight, you will need to cover the remaining distance by some means of public transportation like a cab.

By Rail. The Dehradun Railway Station is the nearest railway station. After deboarding the railway station, you will have to hire some means of public transportation like a cab to reach here.

By Road. Dehradun is well-connected by road networks to other Indian cities. Locals and outsiders can easily reach the Sahastradhara via buses, taxis and other modes of transport.

You can plan your trip and create your own route to the city with Adotrip’s technically driven circuit planner. Click here

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