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Top 10 Places to Visit near Delhi within 100 kms

Today people celebrate only during festivals and small get-together, especially in Metros. But staying in Metros doesn’t mean that you don’t have options. Say for example if you are a Delhiite you have numerous ways to be happy and share the same with your family. One of the many ways is to visit places near the metropolitan city, within a range of 100 kms. Let’s explore them one by one.

10 Best Places to Visit near Delhi within 100 km

1) Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary – Sultanpur

Sultanpur Bird Santuary
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If you are a nature and bird lover, then this is the best getaway for you, just 50 kms from Delhi. The Bird Sanctuary inhabits more than 250 species of birds and 100 species of migratory birds. The wildlife diversity here is remarkable with animal species of blue bull, hyenas, four horned antelopes, Indian porcupines and much more, maintaining the ecological balance. In addition, it is a magnificent picnic spot for you to arrive with family and friends.

 

2) Kuchesar

Kuchesar
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Land of Jat rulers, famous for the Mud fort of Kuchesar, is just 83 kms from Delhi and is a small village in Bulandshahar. The picturesque serene and tranquil surroundings with mango groves all around are the perfect place to listen to the chirping of birds, and leisure around with your loved ones. For those fun loving people, you have the option of playing football, volleyball, and cricket at the Mudfort Resorts.

3) Manesar

Manesar
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Only 59 kms from Delhi this growing industrial town of Haryana is the favourite getaway destination for all Delhite. With a choice of stunning natural retreat at Camp Mustang, indulge in outdoor exotic activities at Golden Turtle Farm Resort, or you can rejuvenate at Vedic Gram Lifestyle Farm & Spa. You can even arrange corporate events at these locations and test your skills on Burma Bridge, Ropewalk, and Commando Net activities.

4) Garhmukteshwar

Garhmukteshwar

On the banks of Holy Ganges 93 kms from Delhi, Garhmukteshwar is in Hapur district of Uttar Pradesh. The place has both religious and historic significance. Also, it has a large stretch of golden sand. The place is famous for Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple which has one of the biggest “Shiva Lingas” in India. The Shiva Linga is presumed to be installed by ‘Parasurama”. An ancient fort believed to have been made by the Pandavas, which use to be a part of their capital – Hastinapur.

5) Pratapgarh Farms, Jhajjar

Pratapgarh Farms, Jhajjar
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You want to leave for a getaway with family and kids and want that each member should enjoy the place and come back refreshed than Pratapgarh Farms has all the ingredients for a stimulating outing. The farm, just 58 km from Delhi, offers exhilarating DJ sessions, indoor and outdoor fun activities like- Gilli-danda, Pithoo, cricket, and volleyball. Taste the rural life and test your handicraft skills of pottery making, matka painting and believe it or not you get mouth watering food with a backdrop of the lush green farm.

6) Gurugram

Gurugram
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The once small village has become the most happening business city of Haryana and is definitely a place you can get yourself reinvented. You get the options of “Flyboy Air Safari” where you can fulfill your childhood dream of flying like a bird. At Aravali Biodiversity Park you can encounter exciting sports like – Valley Crossing, monkey crawling, and rock climbing, and rappelling. If you have the flair for speed and love to be behind the wheels, participate in the heart pumping, adrenaline draining “F-9 Go Karting” at Gurugram.

7) Tughlaqabad Fort

Tughlaqabad Fort
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Your love for forts, history and royal adventures can be achieved just 20 kms from Delhi at Tughlaqabad. The Tughlaqabad Fort built during the Tughlaq dynasty is divided into three parts- the main city; the citadel with a tower and the royal palace. Though it is now in ruins, out of the 52 gates there still exists 13 and are magnificent.

8) Heritage Transport Museum, Taoru

Heritage Transport Museum Taoru
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Be ready for an educational trip for your kids, just 55 km from Delhi at Heritage Transport Museum. A huge museum with four floors houses more than hundred different modes of transports with historic and artistic significance. It also has galleries, mini auditorium, and a restaurant. The very informative place depicts mode of transport the young generation has never seen and for you, it will be a nostalgic moment.

9) Aadya Katyayani Shakti Peeth Mandir – Chhatarpur

Aadya Katyayani Shakti Peeth Mandir
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Just 19 km from Delhi and famously known as the Chhatarpur Mandir is one of the largest temple complexes in India. Goddess Durga is the deity of the temple where she rides the lion holding the Chandrahasa in her hands. She symbolizes “Shakti”, the fierce form of Goddess Durga. The temple is constructed in an area of 70 acres and is beautifully maintained with gardens. The Nagara and Dravidian Style of architecture is magnificent.

10) Damdama Lake – Damdama

Damdaman Lake

Refresh yourself with mountain, lake, sports, and picnic with friends and family just 51 km from Delhi. Damdama is 10km from Sohna Haryana and has a lake from the British times. This lake gets filled with around 50-60 feet of water during monsoons. Rainwater from the Aravali hills around the lake, wildlife existence, and numerous resorts make it suitable for adventure sports like- boating, ballooning, parasailing, kayaking, trekking, and camping.

Irresistible and exciting destinations await you for the most memorable moments, that also within your reach.

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