If the AQI is in check, the vibe of Dilli Ki Sardi is unmatched. This is the time of bathing in the sunshine while enjoying a walk in Delhi's lush gardens, dancing the evening at musical concerts, and relishing coffee with someone special. The cosy winter sun allows you to snap the ideal sun-kissed photos and the chilly wind simply makes heritage walks better.
We have compiled a list of 7 amazing things you can consider this Winter to spice up the situation a bit. There is something for everyone, from foodies to thrill seekers and explorers to those looking within.
Watch the sunrise at Yamuna Ghat
Migratory birds congregate at Delhi's bird sanctuaries during the winter. In the early morning, thousands of seagulls flutter all around you at Yamuna Ghat, which sounds like a symphony to the ears. It is breathtaking to see the sunrise in the midst of all of this. And if none of this appeals to you, you can always board a boat and cruise down the foggy river. Without a doubt, this also makes for a truly spectacular date.
Location: Yamuna Ghat, Kashmiri Gate
Picnic under the sun at Sunder Nursery
One of the favourite pastimes of Delhi residents has always been to soak in the warmth of the winter sun on the lush green grass of Sunder Nursery. With the relaxed appeal of the monuments and the lake here, you can go for a family picnic or a date with your loved one. It's the ideal location for readers to lose themselves in a new universe while basking in the sun. Overall, it's the ideal location for a day of relaxation.
Location: Bharat Scouts & Guides Marg, Opposite Humayun Tomb Park
Explore the lanes of Delhi 6
It is true to say that Purani Dilli is a foodie's heaven. You can have an eye-rolling foodgasm from the delectable kebabs at Qureshi and the kormas at Karim's, Al Jawahar, or indeed any shop on Matia Mahal Road. Also, hot and crispy Chole bhature, Kachauri, and the renowned Purani Dilli ki chaat are all waiting for you to feast on them. Don't forget to try the Daulat Ki Chaat, which is a speciality of the winter.
Location: Chandini chowk area of Purani Delhi
Discover the lakes of Delhi
A few undiscovered lakes in Delhi have recently grabbed the attention of a large number of people. The Damdama Lake at Sohna has long been a favourite among Delhi's thrill-seekers, but few people are aware of the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary's secret lakes, which are located close to the Tughlaqabad Fort. The Bhardwaj Lake is collectively known as the Death Valley of Faridabad. The lake's name may make you feel a little weird, but the lake's beauty will surely leave you speechless.
Distance from Delhi: 50 Km To Damdama Lake & 35 Km To Bhardwaj Lake
Go Camping at Camp Wild - Dhauj Bandh
Camp Wild, is the ideal getaway for anyone who enjoys being outside but wants a little thrill as well. As you climb and stroll through it, the rocky gorge that faces the camp provides a stunning backdrop. They provide a variety of adventure activities, including flying foxes, rappelling, and rock climbing. They are great at team-building exercises, whether they are for a business trip or a school excursion. Also, their tent camping is a cherry on the cake, spend a night beneath a starry sky this winter.
Location: Camp Wild - Dhauj Bandh, Near Silakhari Village, Faridabad
Timings: 24 Hours Open
Drive to Murthal with your gang
Eating delicious hot Parathas with lots of butter on a winter night is all we need. Delhiites are foodies by heart and Murthal is the first place that came to their mind when they want to travel and want to satisfy their hunger pangs too. It's fun to explore new dhabas because they all please you with their food and freshly churned white butter. Just get on the road and head to Murthal, whether you're in the mood for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or those constant nocturnal hunger pangs.
Distance From Delhi: 50 Km (GT Road)
Visit Delhi's historical places for an evening walk
Everyone can feast their eyes on the archaeological beauty of Delhi thanks to the pleasant weather during the day. But after sunset, some of Delhi's most stunning historical locations transform into a true fairyland. To promote night tourism, several other landmarks, including Qutub Minar and Humayun's Tomb, have also been made accessible to the general public. A wonderful experience in and of itself is truly a great experience of a winter night. You can click some amazing pictures here.