One of the most popular tourist attractions, Damdama lake is around 20 km from Gurgaon. Best visited during winters, this lake is nestled amidst soothing greenery and rugged hills. An adventure and picnic spot, tourists can indulge in boating, zorbing, and rock climbing here. You can spend some relaxed moments with your loved ones at the Damdama Lake.
Placed at the foothills of Aravalis, the Sohan town is quite popular for its rustic feel and serene surrounding. When you visit, do not miss visiting the ancient, around 100-year old Shiva temple and popular hot water springs with medicinal properties. Every year, Shona becomes the venue of two famous fairs, Gangasnan in November and Teej Mela between of July and August.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is a must-visit as it is a haven for bird watchers. Home to over 250 avifauna species, this bird sanctuary is best visited during winters, when a number of migratory birds come here. You can spot birds like Paddyfield Pipit, Purple Sunbird, Common Hoopoe, Little Cormorant, along with 11 migratory bird species including Blue-tailed Bee-Eater, Eurasian Golden Oriole, Blue cheeked Bee Eater, Black crowned Night Heron, Asian Koel etc.
Shri Mata Sheetla Devi Temple
Dedicated to the presiding deity of Sheetala Devi, Shri Mata Sheetala Devi is also known as Shakti Peeth. It is placed near a pond in one of the villages of Gurgaon, which is also the birthplace of Guru Dronacharya. This temple is flocked by devotees, mainly during Mondays of the month of Chaitra (March-April).
Tourists can also visit amusement parks like Aapno Ghar Amusement Park and Wet n Wild Water Park. Feel high adrenaline rush while enjoy a ride on different kinds of water rides; rain dance, great food etc. have a fun-filled time with your loved ones.