Top 7 places to visit in Haryana
2 years ago
If you are from Haryana or planning to visit in Haryana, then you must visit these top 7 places which I will be discussing in no further introduction. These places embrace the natural beauty of Haryana and have a certain element of purity in them.
1. Morni hills
The only hill station of Haryana – Morni hills is located in a lower range of Shivalik Hills at the elevation of 4000 feet above sea level. The hill is a blend of beauty and silence at the same time. One can feel the mother earth in every spec of dust in the location.
Morni hill is an enjoyable place 45 km away from Chandigarh, with the availability of tracking, rock climbing etc. The healthy climate with the variety of flora surrounding all through feels right to rejuvenate and relax.
Morni Hills is frequently visited by the people of Haryana and Delhi. Doves, squails, sand grouse are some of the other birds that can be found in the Morni hills. Haryana government also provides tourism package for visiting Morni hills for the convenience of travelers.
2. Brahma Sarovar
Brahma Sarovar is an ancient water body and the largest man-made pound of Asia. The place is visited by millions to see the golden sunrise during the morning and people wait for hours to see golden-reflection of the sun during sunset in the water.
The pond is visited by millions from all over the country to take a holy dip in the water during any solar and lunar eclipse.
The colorful and lovely place hosts the Geetha Jayanti Mahotsav every year, a festival organized for seven days and includes dance, social campaigns, exhibitions, etc.
3. Nada Sahib Gurudwara
Nada Sahib gurudwara is located in the Panchkula district of Haryana. The Sikh gurudwara is a place of internal satisfaction and peace not only for the Sikh people but for everybody visiting it.
The place is suitable for the family visit and the elegancy in the atmosphere is known for the peace of mind it provides.
This famous religious place of Sikh celebrates the festive occasion on every full moon day of the month and largely attended by the Sikh community.
4. Suraj Kund lake
The name Suraj Kund interpreted as “ the lake of the sun”, this artificial reservoir of water is located 8 km from south Delhi.
The place hosts the Surajkund international crafts fair from 1 to 15th Feb every year. The Mela enjoys the heritage, art forms, and culture of different state themes. Folk dance and musical evening make the entire surrounding an unforgettable experience.
The sun temple around the Kund ( reservoir ), make the place an ideal picnic spot for the nearby.
5. Raja Nahar Singh palace
The revolt of 1857 is an important milestone in the history of India, in which raja Nahar Singh played an important role in the struggle. Raja Nahr Singh palace is located in Faridabad is constructed in 1739 by his ancestors when Raja Nahr Singh came home. The palace is 15km from Delhi and maintained beautifully in modern times as well.
The beautiful pavilions and courtyard in the palace have the royal ambiance vibe, carefully tailored six guestrooms, bars, Longue, public areas are just enough to give that ancestral vibes to the atmosphere. Prior accommodation to the place can also be booked.
6. Chatt Bir zoo
Roaming around in a zoo is a daring fantasy most people think of turning into reality. The chatt bir zoo is located in the vicinity of the Chandigarh and known as the heaven of wildlife. The zoo offers a huge pitch of rough scrubland with unique opportunity to have lion safari.
Spread in 202 acres of land, Chatt Bir zoo is one of the largest zoological gardens in north India. The zoo has 80+ species of animals. Royal Bengal tiger enhances the beauty of the zoo even more. The couple’s presence of the lake and flora in lush green vicinity is something that can’t be missed.
Timings 9 to 5 (Closed on Mondays)
Entry – 5 Rs each for children between 3-12 years of age
15 Rs for more than 12 years
7. SultanPur bird century
Sultan Pur bird century is located in the Gurgaon now known as Gurugram, Haryana. The bird century is located 40 km away from Dhaula Kuan in Delhi.
The bird century is famous among bird watchers, nature lovers, and people who love visiting new places. The bird century has been declared a national park by the state government. Dotted lofty trees, tortillas, Nilotica, and many more birds are found inside the park. The park is also equipped with clear washrooms which make it easy for the watchers to stay there for a long time. It’s a home for migratory birds in winter. So the best time to spot migratory birds in winter.
There are measures being taken in order to ensure sustainability and vegetation in the sanctuary. The place is beautifully designed and the ambiance of the location makes it more incredible.
Entry fees: 5 Rs
Timing 8:00 AM- 5:30 PM
So, whenever you visit Haryana or have time to explore your own state Haryana, then surely add these 7 tourist places of Haryana in your traveling bucket list.