This city of Taj is about 200km from Delhi. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Sikendra, Fatehpur Sikri etc. are places of Interest.
Ballabgarh Lake (36km)
A quiet tourist resort located along the Delhi - Mathura Road, Ballabgarh is an ideal picnicking, holidaying and fishing spot.
Located on the foothills of the Himalayas, this National Park is spread over 520sq.km. The wildlife includes tiger, elephant, leopards, mugger-crocodiles etc.
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is popularly known as the pink city. The amber fort, Hawa Mahal etc. are worth visiting.
The reserve is located on the Aravalli Mountain Range. The wildlife includes tiger, leopard, sambar, wild boar etc. The park also has the ruins of a 9th century Shiva Temple.
Located along the Agra - Jaipur Road, this National Park has an annual migrant bird population of more than 500,000 birds. This is one of the two nesting centers of the Siberian Cranes.
The hot sulfur springs located near the Sohna fort are supposed to have medicinal values. The tourist complex at sohna has good board and lodge facilities.
Sultanpur bird Sanctuary (46km)
This sanctuary near Gurgaon has a large lake. A large number of migratory birds from Europe, Siberia and Central Asia including Saurus Cranes and Flamingos visit the sanctuary during the winter months.
This is a picnic spot near Delhi. Boating and fishing in the lake are added attractions. Surajkund has an excellent 18-hole golf course.