Places of Interest

    Sultanpur National Park(Gurugram)


    In Gurgaon district 34 kilometers from the Delhi airport, is the Sultanpur National Bird Sanctuary on the Gurgaon-Farukhnagar Road. The Credit for the discovery of this bird sanctuary goes to bird lover named Peter Jackson. There is also an ancient lake here. About one hundred species of birds and Siberia countries for reproduction every year in this huge natural lake, spread over about 265 acres of land, National & International tourists visit this Place.

    Tilyar Lake(Rohtak)

    Tilyar Lake is situated 42 Kms from Delhi Border/55 Kms from Peeragarhi Chowk Delhi , Tilyar Lake is located in Rohtak District of Haryana, Tilyar Lake is spread in 132 acres of area. The Tilyar lake forms a perfect green belt in surroundings area, Lake is located close to Rohtak town.

    Tilyar lake has every thing to attract Delhiites as weekend getaway and picnic spot as it has sparkling restaurant and bar, Mini zoo with animals like Tiger , Panther , Deer, Birds Monkeys etc.

    Tilyar Lake has a toy train for children, One small Columbus swing for adults, a broad lake for boating and large green lawns for sitting and playing etc. One can ensure a wonderful time as weekend getaway from Delhi amidst the natural wealth. Make your weekend trip from Delhi a memorable one by planning a weekend getaway trip from Delhi to Tilyar Lake.

    Tilyar Lake has a beautiful resort with superior rooms , bar & multi cuisine restaurant, conference hall , fast food centre, facilities to enjoy boating , adventure sports near Lake, a mini Zoo , toy train and swings are for entertainment of children.


    Gandhi Museum(Palwal)

    Gandhi Seva Ashram( Museum) is situated in Palwal. The Gandhi Museum is close to Palwal Railway Station. Mahatma Gandhi was arrested on 10 April 1919 at Palwal railway station while going to Punjab against the Rowlatt Act. Keeping this memory alive lasting on October 2, 1938, Netaji Subhash Chand Bose had kept it. Gandhi exhibition was established in Gandhi Seva Ashram in the year 1962. In it, history related to Gandhiji was preserved. Pictures for the exhibition were brought from the Gandhi Museum of Delhi. Later, they started getting damaged, they were upgraded and the exhibition site was changed to the museum.