Damdama Lake: Damdama lake sited a few kilometers towards the south of Gurgaon off Alwar road is a beautiful tourist spot. The tourist resort named Water Banks provides luxurious tents along the lake. Damdama Lake, offers boating facilities and hot air ballooning for the tourists.
Kingdom of Dreams
Leisure Valley Park
Sheetala Devi Temple: The Sheetala Devi Temple is another interesting site in one of the recently developed tourist destinations in India. Situated in the outskirts of Gurgaon at one and a half kilometers, this well known Hindu temple is also called the ‘Shakti Peeth’. Dedicated to Mata Sheetala Devi - the goddess of small-pox, it is visited by several pilgrims of all religions and beliefs.
Sohna Sulphur Springs and Tourist Complex: The tiny town with pretty name, Sohna is credited with sulphur springs. This is situated in the heart of the town by the side of a perpendicular rock and is approachable only by foot through narrow lanes which are inaccessible to vehicles. The water is strongly sulphurous and its temperature varies from 46° C to 51.7C. ° The present site of main kund, called Shiv Kund, is believed to have been the abode of hermits during ancient times. The hot water is believed to have curative effect for skin infections and diseases like gout and rheumatism. Hindus consider the tank sacred and come for a dip in its water on solar/lunar eclipse and Somavati Amavasya. The complex is studded with an extravagance of colourful flowers, trees and shrubs. Its vast landscape, with peacocks strutting about, grips one with all its beauty and splendor. Sohna by night becomes a wonderland of lights, simply bewitching.
Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary: The place is perfect for bird lovers. It is located at a distance of 10 kms from Gurgaon and about 42 kms from Delhi. The sanctuary is established by the world famous bird watching organization called the Peter Jackson the world famous authority ornithologist. It was opened for tourists on 6th Feb. 1972. Various exotic birds from Europe and Siberia like darters egrets shovellers, gadwell and geese visit this place during the winter season and fly back to their native as the temperature gets warm. Camping facilities as well as watch towers and bird watching hide outs are present there for tourists.