Dhanaulti is an un-spoilt and unexplored hill station located on the Mussoorie-Chamba route, at about 31 kms from Mussoorie via Landao Bazar. Nestled beautifully on a ridge at an altitude of 2286 m above sea level, Dhanaulti lies at just a couple of hours' drive from Dehradun - idyllic hill station.
Deep forests of deodar, oak and conifer, vast green meadows and gentle cool breeze will greet you on Tour to Dhanaulti. This beautiful countryside brings you face to face with nature at her pristine best. The hill station of Dhanaulti is perfect for embarking on long walks up woody slopes or lazing around in grassy meadows. Your tour to Dhanaulti will delight you with exciting treks, pony rides along fruit gardens and water streams appearing from nowhere.
Day 1: Dehradun – Dhanaulti
Pick up from Dehradun Bus stand/ Railway station/ Air port and drop at Dhanaulti on arrival check in at hotel and over night stay hotel.
Day 2: Dhanaulti
Dhanaulati local sight seeing visit surkhanda Devi temple an evening enjoy the fiancé beauty.
Day 3: Dhanaulti– Dehradun
Check out from hotel and further transfer to Dehradun Railway station/ Bus stand / Air
port to catch your pre booked train/ bus / flight for further journey.
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The nearest Airport is Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun, 86 km away. From here take a taxi to Dhanaulti.
The nearest railway head is at Dehradun, 66 km away. From here you can drive up to Dhanaulti, or take a tourist taxi.
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Eco Park in Dhanaulti is a newly developed park by the DFO and citizens of Dhanaulti , which houses the deodar trees. There are two Eco-parks about 200 m apart, Amber and Dhara. Being a forest conserved area and looked after by the forest division of Garhwal region, there is an entry fee for the visitors.
Surkanada Devi temple is at a distance of8 kms from Dhanaulti. This temple is dedicated to the famous Parvati Devi who is revered in the region by the locals. This temple is located at a height of about 10,000 feet and requires a trek of about 1.5 kms from the base of the hill. Tourists can also reach the temple by walking along an 8 kms trek path amidst the forest from Dhanaulti or can take the road from Dhanaulti towards Chamba.
In Dhanaulti, the large expanses of potato farm also known as Aloo Khet, is a place where the tourists can have a walk. These fields belong to the government and also are owned by private farmers. The production of potatoes is substantial and is supplied to many places outside the state of Uttarakhand.