Delhi is one of India’s most vibrant and colorful cities. Its historical monuments, beautiful people, lavish restaurants and pubs and electric ambiance has enough to keep its visitors occupied and interested all the time. However, there are times when you might find life to be a bit boring and monotonous here. This is when you look for a short trip – an adventure near the city. Delhi is blessed with a number of spectacular destinations all around it. Whether you are looking for a long vacation or a little getaway, there are abundant choices for you. Here are some cool one day adventure trips near Delhi you can try out for your next short picnic. ALSO SEE Places to visit in Delhi in one day Also Read - 'Public-Private Sectors Must Come Together to Combat Coronavirus,' Says Health Minister Harsh Vardhan
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One of the best getaways from Delhi for nature lovers, the Sultanpur Bird sanctuary is home to over 250 species of resident and migratory birds. This makes it an excellent choice for a bird-watching trip. From the black necked stork and cattle egret to the common mynah and laughing dove, you will find them all here. Also Read - Uttar Pradesh: 6 Killed as Car Drifts Off Road, Falls Into Canal Due to Fog in Greater Noida
Distance from Delhi: 59 km
Located at a height of 1267 meters, Morni Hills is an excellent holiday spot with breathtaking views and pleasant weather. It is a fine camping spot as well as a great place for photographers to get their lenses in action.
Distance from Delhi: 252 km
Damdama lake is a natural lake located in the Gurgaon district and has become popular as an adventure spot for Delhiites. Rock climbing, valley crossing, paragliding, parasailing and trekking are some activities you can indulge in to enjoy your day off.
Distance from Delhi: 60 km
A former princely state of the British Raj, Kuchesar is famous for the Kuchesar fort part of which is now a heritage hotel. The drive to Kuchesar from Delhi is quite scenic and exploring the 18th century mud fort can be an exciting activity.
Distance from Delhi: 99 km
Sariska National Park in Rajasthan’s Alwar district is one of India’s finest parks and a delight for wildlife lovers. Known primarily for its population of tigers, langurs, nilgais and variety of birds, Sariska is also surrounded by places of historical interest, temples and monuments which are great tourist attractions.
Distance from Delhi: 214 km
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