Open Time : 8:00 a.m - 7:00p.m

Entry : free

Address : Sahastradhara Road, Kewal Vihar, Raipur, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

Why to visit Sahastradhara

Sahastradhara Waterfall is a well-liked weekend retreat in Dehradun and is endowed with picturesque views and a bounty of natural beauty. Sahastradhara, which translates as "thousand-fold spring," is the most popular attraction in Dehradun.

What makes Sahastradhara popular?

  • The Sahastradhara waterfall has become well-known due to its therapeutic and medical qualities. Researchers claim that a significant amount of sulfur present in the water flowing through Sahastradhara adds to the health of your skin.
  • It is also known as Sulfur Springs and is located next to the well-known tourist spot Robber's Cave. This cascade has a 9-meter drop in water level.

Things to see near Sahastradhara:

  • The steep terrain contains many little waterfalls. The culmination of all springs creates a large cascade. The water from these waterfalls contains sulfur.
  • There are many minor waterfalls that converge at the Sahastradhara, which you can view. Such a large waterfall is not readily accessible anywhere in Dehradun.
  • Visitors come here to take a bath in the water. After taking a bath in Sahastradhara water, they feel revived. Men, women, children, and seniors all visit this location to enjoy the natural water pool.

FAQ on Sahastradhara

How to reach Sahashtradhara?

The distance between Sahastradhara and Ghanta Ghar is about 12 kilometres. It will be 16 km from the railway station and 15 km from the Dehradun ISBT Bus Stand. Sahastradhara has access to a local city bus service. From Parade ground near Ghanta Ghar, you can take a bus from Dehradun to Sahastradhara. Sahastradhara just costs Rs. 25 per person to take the bus there. Within 20 minutes, the bus will arrive at Sahastradhara. You need to take a private taxi or cab to get there from the train station. The Sahastradhara city bus is another option for getting to the Parade Ground.

When is the best time to visit near Sahashtradhara?

Sahastradhara is well-known for its waterfall baths. As a result, summer is when most visitors arrive. Consequently, the ideal season to visit Sahastradhara is from March to June. Avoid visiting Sahastradhara from July to August as it is rainy season. Sahastradhara is still accessible after the rainy season, but the air and water are cooler.

Do they allow bathing in Sahastradhara?

A sulfuric waterfall can be found near Dehradun. If you go there, you must go here as well and have a bath in the icy water.

What are the places to visit near Sahastradhara ?

Khalanga War Memorial (2 km), Sai Darbar Temple (2.41 km) and Buddha Temple (2.36 km)are the places to visit near Sahastradhara

Special Tip

It is not permitted to use plastic bags. There is no pet policy. So, bear it in mind. No entry fees are required to enter Sahastradhara. Sahastradhara strictly forbids the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Inside the temple, waterfall, and river, shoes are not permitted.

By Abhilasha Prasad

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