Hidden Green Gems in Delhi/NCR: Go Explore Them This Spring
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Hidden Green Gems in Delhi/NCR: Go Explore Them This Spring

Sanjay Van, which lies adjacent to the JNU Campus

Hidden Green Gems in Delhi/NCR: Go Explore Them This Spring

Spring is a perfect time to break away from the monotony of workdays and immerse oneself in nature. Spending time with family and friends amidst the beauty of nature is a great way to rejuvenate oneself. Here are some of the best places to visit in and around Delhi this spring season:

Kamla Nehru Ridge (Bonta Park)

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Located near Chauburja, Vishwavidyalaya Marg, Civil Lines, Kamla Nehru Ridge, also known as Bonta Park, is a popular destination for DU alumni. Take a leisurely stroll in the park, enjoy the serene ambiance, and observe monkeys playing and birds singing.
Entry Fees: Free

Asola-Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary

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Asola-Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is a thriving sanctuary just across the border from Delhi in Haryana, accessible by road. With over 193 bird species, 80 butterfly species, and several mammal species, this sanctuary is a paradise for nature lovers. The sanctuary is home to various flora, including Inderjao, Dhok, Kadamba, and Jaand trees.
Location: Shooting Range Road, Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, Tughlakabad
Entry Fees: Rs 100

Sanjay Van

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Sanjay Van is one of the most densely wooded places in Delhi and serves as the green lungs of the city. Located adjacent to the JNU Campus, this place is perfect for taking a leisurely walk or cycling through the forest.
Location: Qila Rai Pithora, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, Mehrauli
Entry Fees: Free

Jahanpanah City Forest

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The Jahanpanah City Forest, spread over 445 acres, is a popular destination for joggers due to its proximity to popular neighbourhoods like GK, Tughlakabad Extension, and Chirag Delhi. This woodland is home to peacocks and antelopes and features well-maintained flora and easy-to-read signs for joggers.
Location: Greater Kailash, Chirag Delhi
Entry Fees: Free

Aravali Biodiversity Park

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The Aravali Biodiversity Park, spread over 153 ha, is the quietest place in the middle of busy Gurgaon. After years of government work to regenerate the land, the park is now home to over 150 types of flora and animals, making it an ideal place for a morning walk or to unwind with a good book.
Location: Gurugram
Entry Fees: Free

So, pack your picnic basket and head to these beautiful destinations to enjoy the beauty of nature and make some unforgettable memories with your loved ones.