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A lavish socialising centre that revolves around food. Whether it’s for a party, dinner, or just to unwind with friends in a game parlour, Cyber Hub is the place! It is where most action happens in Gurgaon. With a plethora of cosy cafes, restaurants and pubs featured here, right by one of the city’s corporate centres, it is also a favourite amongst officer-goers. During Christmas and New Year’s eve, Cyber Hub where most of the people can be seen partying.
Food options range from the desi Indian cuisine to exotic and continental, while the three-storeyed social centre is buzzing with food aficionados. Explore food joints like The Beer Cafe, Soi 7 Pub & Brewery, The Wine Company, Nando’s, Kebab Express, The Red Mango and more, with tantalising delicacies.
Timing: Open 24 hours
Location: Basement Street Number 1 BMS Office, DLF Phase 2, Gurugram, Haryana 122002.
One of the most underrated tourist places in Gurgaon, the Leisure Valley Park is tucked away in Gurgaon, sector 29. Housing a classic jogging track, garden, sandpit and swings/play area for kids, the park sees a lot of footfall during weekends. The garden carries a quiet little cafe to chill in.
A handful of musical fountains line the garden pathways, along with a fragrant rose garden, splattered with various floral colours. The Leisure Valley Park is popular amongst kids and youngsters alike and is always bustling with people.
Timing: 05:00 AM to 09:00 PM everyday
Location: 287, NH 8, Sector 29, Gurugram, Haryana 122021.
A cultural gem concealed within the bounds of Gurgaon, the Museum of Folk and Tribal Arts aims for the preservation and nurturing of India’s folk and tribal artworks. Founded by Mr K.C. Aryan, a celebrated art historian, writer, sculptor and painter, the museum is his legacy for future generations.
Albeit one of the lesser explored tourist places in Gurgaon, it is a must-visit for patrons of culture and heritage. The museum exhibits bronze sculptures, tribal paintings, metal crafts, terracottas, wood crafts and books.
Timing: 10:00 AM to 05:15 PM
Location: Urban Estate, House No. 2009, Sector 4, Gurugram, Haryana 122006.
Built in the year 1732 by the Mughal emperor Faujdar Khan, the Farrukhnagar fort is the quintessential Mughal structure, adorned by various designs dating back to the said era. Featuring an octagonal shape, the fort is also home to one of the most distinguished bastions in the country.
The fort was in ruins up until 2009, when some reconstruction was done to it by INTACH. Dubbed as the Dilli Darwaza, the fort is believed to have been home to over 4,000 people! One of the most popular tourist places in Gurgaon, a visit to the Farrukhnagar Fort is almost obligatory for patrons of architecture and designs.
Timing: 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Location: Farukhnagar, Gurgaon, Haryana 122506.
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Traveller Tales From Haryana
17 October 2016
Amazing experience! kudos to the team!
10 October 2015
this was a different and exciting activity to get into. We had a really fun and awesome time. The most important thing was, the safety gears and measurements were top class.It was a smooth experience a
27 March 2019
Superrrbbbb..thnk u Thrillo.
27 March 2019
perfect place for family outing with kids
18 December 2018
The landscape of Gurgaon may not be that appealing like of the mountains but power paragliding gave me some good views of the grasslands and farmlands. A pretty nice ride for the Delhites.
18 December 2018
Paragliding in Gurgaon is truly a luxury, so aptly priced. The safety protocols were good and stringent. But if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly experience, better save up and go to Bir-Billin...
16 December 2018
Paragliding at such a great height made me nausea for a while. But at the end of it, I was feeling that I achieved something great in my life. Can't simplysay thanks to everyone who helped me do this i...
13 December 2018
Came here for our semester end break with a few of my classmates from college. We enjoyed it a lot. The booking process itself was easy and we avoided all the lines at the counter in the resort. They h...
10 December 2018
We stayed at this place as a big group, with some of my college friends, and we have never had such a fun weekend. This was the first time we stayed at a place that offered paintball, and a lot of othe...
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Haryana is underrated as far as adventure activities go. There are several great adventure sports possible in the region, so enjoying yourself on a weekend getaway is easy in Haryana. Take a jump into the wilds with these adventure activities in Haryana, including,
Haryana is a state where the confluence of the past and the present creates several possibilities for fun-filled trips. Apart from the many historical monuments that can be visited here, several museums and amusement parks also add jazz to the state. There are several interesting sights and sound that can be experienced in Haryana, so fill up your itinerary with these interesting things to do on your next trip there:
There are several opportunities to enjoy water-based activities in Haryana. Though the state does not offer traditional water adventures like river rafting or kayaking, it does have an interesting range of water parks where tourists can spend a day full of fun and relaxation. To enjoy the best of Haryana’s water parks, you can head over to:
There are many wildlife sanctuaries in Haryana, and this makes the state a paradisiacal destination for nature enthusiast. Whether you wish to explore the variety of plants and trees in Haryana, or catch a glimpse of exotic birds and animals, you will be able to indulge your desires at these wildlife sanctuaries. Some of the sanctuaries offer guided safaris, while others allow you to explore the place in your own jeep and at your own pace. Some places in Haryana that are great for wildlife safaris include:
· Nahar Wildlife Sanctuary
The southern border of Haryana touches the desert state of Rajasthan, thus providing tourists with several opportunities to enjoy the desert region. The cities on the Haryana-Rajasthan border have the characteristics of desert cities- dry and dusty streets, with the blazing sun pouring down upon them. Though one cannot enjoy a desert safari in Haryana, they can be enjoyed by travelling a little distance into Rajasthan, in regions like:
There are several spots around Haryana where one can enjoy a good bout of trekking. Though the state lacks the adventure of difficult trails, there are several interesting routes that can be explored to the satisfaction of all types of trekkers. The many sanctuaries around the state are great places to trek inside, as is the area encompassed by the Aravalli hills. Some places you can trek in Haryana include:
Haryana boats of several great cities full of interesting historical artefacts. Taking road trips to these places allows you to experience both the wonder of these cities and towns, as well as the enjoyments of the road. Road trips in Haryana are a wonderful way to spend a weekend, and can often be completed in under a day. Some places to visit on road trips in Haryana include:
Village safaris allow you to experience the traditional lifestyle of a region along with the added jest of luxuries. They are a fun-filled way to spend a couple of days in Haryana and offer several opportunities for cultural immersion. Some of the best places in Haryana for village safaris include:
There are many sacred sites all over Haryana. The state has long enjoyed a tryst with religious myths and legends, since it has been the home to several heroes of religious tales. Many of the famous events of the Mahabharata took place in the environs of Kurukshetra, thereby making way for many pilgrimage sites. A visit to the pilgrimage sites in Haryana is not just a religious activity, but also a historical one. Some of the pilgrimage spots that can be visited in Haryana include:
Rappelling is slowly gaining popularity in Haryana, but there are few good places to enjoy it. Some trust-worthy places where you can enjoy an adventurous but safe bout of rappelling include Camp Wild Dhauj in Dhauj and Surjivan Farm in Gurgaon.