States Delhi Garden & Parks

Garden & Parks in Delhi

Over the years, Delhi has learnt how to race along the rushing crowd of inhabitants and travellers landing here for a vacation. But one thing that stays constant amidst all the hurry are the quintessential gardens and parks of Delhi. The city boasts of some of the best gardens and parks that offer a picture-perfect setting effervescent lined flowers, singing shade trees and the shining sky to throw some light in, they have instantly become the love of many travellers and hence a great source of tourism in Delhi.

And that's not all, as apart from walking around, enjoying picnic, sitting back and relaxing, one can also indulge in boating at some of these parks. The greenery in these places are an instant charm, where one can easily escape from the hustle bustle of the city and connect their soul to nature. Furthermore, what interests tourists to come here is the history that is etched to some of these parks and grounds, that let them time travel and let their wandering mind feel revived.

Popular Garden & Parks in Delhi

  • Lodhi Garden

    The singing and swaying trees of Lodhi Garden can only tell you how beautiful it is to meet new people of Delhi who come for walking, jogging or just to sit around and take in the refreshing vibe. Read more

  • Mughal Garden

    The cool breeze of Delhi and the sight of the charismatic Mughal Garden in the Rashtrapati Bhavan is best enjoyed in the months of February and March only for the public. Read more

  • Buddha Jayanti Park

    This beautiful park was gifted to Delhi on the 2500th birth anniversary of the worldwide revered Lord Gautam Buddha. The main attraction of this park is its serene environs and the Buddha statue which stands tall on an island. Read more

  • Central Park

    As the name suggests, this park dipped in greenery stretches in the centre of the Connaught Place market, where sways the National flag of India. Amphitheatre for events, water bodies and cascade are some of the points of interest. Read more

  • Deer Park

    Dotted in South Delhi close to Hauz Khas Village, this famous park is best known for its soothing aura that offer a perfect environment amid verdant flora for picnics, jogging and walking. Read more

  • Garden of Five Senses

    Oozing out colours from every corner is the Garden of Five Senses which ever since 2003 has been known for various sections that are covered with plants some of which are inspired by Mughal Gardens. Read more

  • Humayun's Tomb Park

    Adding more charm to the famed UNESCO World Heritage Site, Humayunís Tomb facing the Dargah Nizamuddin is the wide park that still praises the Mughal style of architecture. Read more

  • India Gate Lawns

    When in Delhi, a sightseeing tour to India Gate is a must to not only to admire the war memorial but also to enjoy an ice cream treat and picnic here. Kids can enjoy slides and swings as well. Read more

  • Japanese Park

    Japanese Park in Rohini has its own charm whether you visit it early in the morning or evening as it offers a pleasant atmosphere to all the nature lovers to rejoice at the sight of vibrant boats and clean lakes. Read more

  • Jahanpanah City Forest

    Another gem of South Delhi is the Jahanpanah City Forest, which is popular among bird lovers and people who like to refresh themselves by connecting their soul to nature. Read more

  • Kalindi Kunj

    Kalindi Kunj takes its visitors by a surprise as soon as the moon takes over the sky as thatís when the fountains and the colourful lights do their magic. Tourists can enjoy rides at Delhi Rides, an amusement park close to the park. Read more

  • Kalkaji District Park

    What might pull you close to this park in Okhla is probably its astounding terraced gardens, tranquil surroundings and clean lakes. Read more

  • Millennium Park

    Tucked close to Sarai Kale Khan, with its back to Humayunís Tomb is the Millennium Park which is a paradise for nature and peace lovers. Read more

  • Nehru Park

    Etched to Chanakyapuri diplomatic enclave is the Nehru Park which pulls in art enthusiasts and nature lovers to its land where various art festivals take place. Read more

  • Roshanara Bagh

    Finding its place in Shakti Nagar close to the youngster's hub North Campus is this garden which is a timeless masterpiece carved in the Mughal style of architecture by the second daughter of Shah Jahan, Roshanara Begum. Read more

  • Zoological Garden

    It was Carl Hagenbeck, the famous West German zoo specialist who bestowed upon Delhi this mind-blowing garden which is known for harbouring birds and animals. Read more

  • Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary

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