The country’s national capital invites visitors to some of the must-see gardens, where they may go for a leisurely walk or for recreational time. The verdant surroundings are worth seeing and will appeal to both young and old visitors. Furthermore, the gardens are properly maintained by the area administration for visitors.
Relax your thoughts in these gardens, away from the congested streets and the cacophony of honking automobiles. These lovely gardens adorn the city with monuments and flowers. In addition, book your accommodations at Treebo Delhi Hotels, which are reasonably priced and offer some of the greatest amenities.
Following is the list of Gardens to visit in Delhi-
The Garden contains the Tomb of Muhammad Shah, the Tomb of Sikander Lodhi, Shisha Gumbad, and Bara Gumbad and is located in a key area of the city. The Garden, with its abundant flora and ancient structures, is ideal for both young and old visitors. Visitors can take photographs or learn about the area’s history. Locals can be seen coming here for morning walks and exercise in the Garden.
- Timings- 6 AM- 7.30 PM
Visitors to the Rashtrapati Bhawan can also visit the Mughal Garden. Because of the grandeur of the greenery around it, it is regarded as the Presidential Place’s soul. The region is more enchanting because of the variety of flora. So immerse yourself in the magnificence of the location, which was inspired by the Mughal Gardens of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Timings- 9 AM- 5 PM
Take a stroll in this Garden on Mother Teresa Crescent for a relaxing break from the city’s bustle. The sound of birds singing adds to the dreamlike atmosphere. Visitors are drawn to the location because of its historical significance and greenery. There are also magnificent fountains here. Tourists can explore the surrounding areas after the walk. Finally, after a leisurely stroll, unwind by relaxing at Treebo Delhi Hotels.
- Timings- 5 AM- 8 PM
Char Bagh Garden
Charbagh Garden, commonly known as the Four Gardens, is a lovely spot for relaxation and tourism in the capital city. Its allure comes from the Persian and Islamic architecture of the Mughal Empire. It is a great way to unwind and renew oneself, and everyone enjoys it. It is beautifully landscaped with four paths and two canals.
- Timings- 5 AM- 6.30 AM
Hayat Baksh Bagh
This vibrant Garden, located in Red Fort, adds to the splendor of the monument. It is one of Delhi’s largest gardens and is also known as the Life-bestowing Garden. It was also erected during the Mughal era by Emperor Shah Jahan. It is significant now because of its beauty and history. The two pavilions here are named after Hindu calendar months, Sawan and Bhadon.
- Timings- 3.30 PM- 6.30 PM
The Garden of Five Senses
The city’s most busy park attracts visitors from all walks of life. There are several activities and games to partake in in the Garden of Five Senses. There are many locations to explore, such as wonderfully carved statues, modern artwork, and rich surroundings. Take photos of the various locations for your social media account.
- Timings- 9 AM- 5.30 PM.
National Indo-Africa Friendship Rose Garden
Garden has recently been a symbol of goodwill between India and Africa. Around 6000 saplings of 65 different types are scattered around the region, giving it a vibrant appearance. The Garden is best visited between October and March, when the weather is favourable and the flowers are at their peak.
- Timings- 6 AM- 8 PM
There are other gardens with lush flora to delight tourists. The lovely Japanese Garden has a wide area with ponds and a playground. Birds’ lovely chirping appears to enhance the beauty of the location. It’s a great spot to unwind and go for a walk. The lakes here contain colourful boats that add to the beauty of the Garden.
- Timings- 5 AM- 8 PM
The major draw of this Garden is the Buddha statue in the centre, as well as the Bodhi Tree. It has always been a particular spot for Buddhists who worship Lord Buddha. People of all ages come to visit the Garden and take a stroll. During the early morning hours, it is relatively tranquil here. Bring your loved ones here to see the lush foliage of the country’s capital city.
- Timings- 6 AM- 8 PM
This Garden, located in the middle of the city, is popular among morning runners and fitness enthusiasts. People gather here to picnic or go for a stroll. It is named after the country’s first Prime Minister, Jawahar Lal Nehru, and is maintained by the local authorities. There are also air gyms where individuals may workout.
- Timings- 5 AM- 9 PM
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