Robbers Cave Dehradun Complete Travel Guide

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Robbers Cave Dehradun Complete Travel Guide

Robbers Cave


Robber's Cave (locally known as Guchhupani) is a natural cave river formation that is one of the best places to visit for sightseeing in Dehradun. 

The cave was used as a hideout by robbers under British rule, hence the name. Water formations can be seen moving through the caves from this vantage point. 

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The Robber's Cave is divided into two parts by a fort-like structure and a waterfall. A fascinating natural process occurs at the cave known as Robber's Cave when a stream of water that emerges and then disappears underground and again reappears after a few yards.

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Robbers Cave is a popular tourist attraction in Uttarakhand that is calm, quiet, and perfect for picnics.

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Similar caves can be found in Dehradun's Sahastradhara. The area is an example of amazing stone cave construction. Gucchu pani is a narrow gorge, ie Nero Gauge Cave. 

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Robbers used Robber's Cave to hide from the British in the late 1800s. The robbers found it easiest to hide here because of the cave's natural and local conditions. 

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Robbers used to hide in the labyrinth caves, which is why it was given the name Robber's Cave. Locals claim the caves were used by thieves to conceal valuables. Spend some time in the great outdoors with your family and friends at Robbers Cave. 

How to reach Robbers Cave

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By Air: Jolly Grant Airport is a domestic airport located 20 kilometres from the city centre of Dehradun. Flights to Delhi are available on a daily basis. The nearest international airport is about 235 kilometres away from Delhi.

By Train: The Northern Railways' Dehradun Railway Station is the closest railhead. The railway station is approximately 2 kilometres from the city centre. Daily and frequent train services link major cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi, Ujjain, and Indore to the main city. Daily buses and taxis are available directly from the railway station.

By Road: Uttarakhand Transport Buses, a state-owned company, operates a frequent bus service between the main city and a number of other locations. The buses also run between Dehradun and New Delhi's Kashmere Gate. From New Delhi to Dehradun, Uttarakhand Tourism offers deluxe air-conditioned buses, Volvo buses, and other bus types.

Robbers Cave Timings and Ticket

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Robbers Cave is open all days of week, but Saturday and Sunday are very crowded days. The timings of the cave is 7 A.M to 6 P.M with an entry ticket of INR 35 per person.

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The cave is filled with ankle length water levels, so carry slippers with you because heels and shoes won't work in there while walking. But if you forget to bring the slippers, no worries , you can borrow them for only INR 10 from local shops and then return.
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