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Without tickets, without hassles, without meticulous planning. In fact it's just an hour's drive away from Delhi! Get excellent picnic deals from Getaways Freaks. It's so far away from the madding crowds and yet so near. This can be for be just a day picnic, a weekend getaway, a conference or training programme, a incentive outing etc. We have a plethora of destinations to choose and various resort options to stay at.

When you choose our 'One Day Picnic Package' you get delicious lunch, house made dishes, snacks, recreational activities such as garden train, bumper car rides, boating, and family entertainment. The package includes food menu along with free adult and children entertainment activities and indoor/outdoor games.

Unique Getaways Special for you :

Following is our proposal for a one day picnic for your organization aimed at offering a day of rejuvenating fun for company’s employees and their families.

Following can be arranged for to make the picnic a memorable one for all :

Theme of the Picnic : We decide on a theme for picnic. Examples of some themes are:
- Company’s corporate theme.
- Spirit of New Year
- A Rajasthani theme
- Village theme.
- Mexican theme.

And many more can be suggested.

Games: Keeping in line with the mission of facilitating a healthier and more active lifestyle for all, we can organize some games which would not only generate a high level of team spirit and interaction but would be simple and interesting for all age groups to participate. There would be separate activities for children so that they enjoy as much as their parents.

Some ideas for the games are :
- Tug of War (both for adults and children)
- A game of cricket (children too can participate in this)
- Frisbee match
- Dumb charades
- Tambola
- A few dancing games around the bon-fire.
- Balloon & Polo Game
- Animal Game
- Run for the City or Country.
- Beer drinking competition.
- One minute job competition.
- Dart game.

And many more to be discussed and organized.

Professional DJ : The picnic would be made livelier with music being played throughout the day by a professional DJ. All the participants shake a leg on the makeshift dance floor while the DJ blasts the venue with his music. A karaoke system could be arranged for all the talented and musically gifted to showcase their talent anytime during the musical bash.

Professional MC : The entire event could be stage managed by a MC who could not only pump up the adrenalin levels of the participants but would also pep up the level of interaction and participation. The MC would also take charge of ‘hosting’ all the games and activities in the event.

Lunch and Evening snacks: Lunch and snacks would be provided at the venue for all the participants.
Lunch : Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian buffet lunch.
Snacks : Tea or Coffee with light snacks.

Pick-up and Drop Facilities :
Pick-up and drop in deluxe non A/c or A/C buses for all the participants of the picnic from and to the Company’s office or any other convenient location could be provided.


One Day Picnic Spots Around DELHI:

Shakunt Resort :

Cost for day picnic or to book resort click "Shakunt Resort"

Shakti Resort

Highlights : Shakti Resort... "The jewel of Rajasthan". A mere 110 Kms. from Delhi, spread over 10 acres amidst majestic Aravali Ranges forming an exquisite backdrop. Shakti resort with its tastefully landscaped and sprawling lawns, ensconced by flowering trees, lend the right ambience to an exotic retreat.

Amenities: The hotel is built on Aravali hills of Rajasthan, surrounded by greenery and spacious lawns on 9 acres of land. Shakti is the only resort of its kind at midway point between DELHI / JAIPUR easily accessible from both sides. The hotel offer huts/suits/rooms fully done with all the comforts of luxurious modern living. 42 Air-conditioned rooms, attach bathroom with hot & cold running water. Multi-cuisine Restaurant with bar, Refrigerator in every room, Swimming Pool/ gym & laundry, Multi-channel TV, Billiards/Table Tennis/ Badminton , Children activity corner, Conference facilities/ Banquet hall, Doctor on call, Shopping Arcade/ STD/ ISD/ Car parking

Getting There : Location : on Delhi / Jaipur highway. 110 kms away from the Indra Gandhi international Airport New Delhi. Spread over 9 acres of land with Aravali hills on the back of the resort.

When to Go: October to March is best time to visit in Behror, Rajasthan India.

Aravali Valley at the Dhauj

Highlights :
The Aravali valley at Dhauj, though so near to Delhi, is secretly tucked away near Mangar Village in Faridabad District, Haryana. These ancient remains of Aravalis, after centuries of erosion, are hard granite rocks perfect for rock climbing & related sports. No doubt that they have been the favorite haunts of rock climbers for last couple of decades. The valley offers a unique combination of insight of the rural farm life and a wild ambience for adventure for an unforgettable experience. There are 67 species of birds spotted and listed at Dhauj.

For the corporate world, it could be an antidote for office stress or motivating the team to be a leader. For an overseas guest, it would be a delightful experience of farms, Indian rural culture, adventure activities, etc. We have a history of bringing new and innovative adventure related games and activities, integrating relaxation with resolve while scrapping the mundane.

"CAMP WILD'S" 15 lodges’ rooms are large, comfortable, and well appointed. All have a covered veranda/ balcony, and feature scenic close views of the Aravali Hills. All room shaves large private modern baths of over 150-sq.ft area. Almost every room is unique, with over 225-sq. ft. area and every lodge has a separate entrance. The beds are configured in a wide variety of combinations. The beds are exceptionally comfortable. All lodges have been made innovatively using eco friendly concept. The beautiful exposed brick work blend exceptionally well with the ambience and all every drop of water used is recycled.

OBSTACLE COURSE (complementary)

@ Rate could be quoted per person per activity based on strength

Custom-made One-Day Picnic

We can suggest tailor-made One-day Picnic spots as per request to following destinations :

Karnal Lake.
Morni Hills


The Mughal Garden The famous Mughal Gardens is located in the premises of the Rashtrapati Bhavan - the official residence of the President of India. The building and gardens designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens span an area of about 320 acres that include colourful flowering shrubs and European flowerbeds. The gardens comprise of the Rectangular Garden, Long Garden and the Circular Garden. The Rectangular Garden is the formal garden, which derived its treatment from the water-gardens which the Mughals brought into Delhi. The small flowerbeds, the four waterways and mown lawns produce a virtual paradise. The gardens are open to the public from February to March every year. Back...

National Zoological Park The Delhi zoo, close to Purana Qila, near ITO, was established in 1959 and is spread over a massive area of 214 acres. Is regarded as one of the finest zoos in Asia and efforts have been made to provide an almost natural habitat to the animals and birds. There are more than 2,000 animals and bird species from places like Africa, America, Australia and even Asia. There is a lot of greenery around the zoo and it is an ideal picnic spot especially in winter. Timings summer 0800 to 1800 hours, winter 0900 to 1700 hours. Closed on Friday.

Shalimar Garden It is one of the most important Moghul gardens in the city. The Shalimar Garden, which lies in the suburbs of the city, was once the first-night staging post for the Moghuls on their way to Kashmir and Lahore. In 1658, Aurangzeb was crowned emperor here.
Tickets: Available at the site and Delhi Tourism office.

Shish Mahal The beautiful central pavilion built by Shah Jahan is now in a fairly advanced state of decay. Some of the original painted flower decoration has survived.

Lodi Gardens In these well-maintained gardens are the domed tombs of Sayyid and Lodi rulers. This garden is known for its fountains, ponds, flowering trees, blossoming shrubs and artificial streams. In the middle of the garden is Bara Gumbad (Big Dome), a mosque built in 1494. The garden has Sheesh Gumbad (Glass Dome), Mohammad Shah's Tomb and Sikander Lodi's tomb. These tombs boast of excellent architecture, and this style was later used in the construction of Tajmahal. These gardens are ideal for joggers and for those who seek solitude..

Buddha Jayanti Park At Palam-bound Sardar Patel Marg via Karol Bagh opp. Assam House is Buddha Jayanti Park founded on the auspicious eve of 2500 years of completion of Buddhas Great Salvation. A plant of Bodhi-Briksha was brought from Sri Lanka and planted in the commemorating park. The park is full of flowers and the garden is pleasant and charming for rest and walk. Ideal for picnic.

THE DILLI HAAT: The DILLI HAAT provides the ambience of a traditional Rural Haat or village market, but one suited for more contemporary needs. Here one sees a synthesis of crafts, food ad cultural activity. This Food and Craft Bazar is a treasure house of Indian culture, handicrafts and ethnic cuisine, a unique bazaar, in the heart of the city, it displays the richness of Indian culture on a permanent basis. Steps inside the complex for an altogether delightful experience by either buying inimitable ethnic wares, savouring the delicacies of different states or by simply relaxing in the evening with the entire family. DILLI HAAT transports you to the magical world of Indian art and heritage presented through a fascinating panorama of craft, cuisine and cultural activities.

While the village haat is mobile, flexible arrangement, here it is crafts persons who are mobile. The DILLI HAAT boasts of nearly 200 craft stalls selling native, utilitarian and ethnic products from all over the country. An ambitious project, set up jointly by Delhi tourism and NDMC, D.C. (Handicrafts) & D.C. (handlooms), Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India & Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India. It aims at providing encouragement to the needy artists from all over the country in order to sustain and preserve the rich heritage of India. While allowing free interaction between buyers and sellers, the organizers favour a check on prices to keep them moderate. Different and appealing, DILLI HAAT is located in one of the most important commercial centers of South Delhi, opposite INA market. The 6 acres of land on which this sprawling complex is situated was salvaged as part of a reclamation project and transformed into a magnificent dream plaza. Extensive foundation work, small thatched roof cottages and kiosks with a village atmosphere have made the place into an attractive multiple centers. The word Haat refers to a weekly market in rural, semi-urban and sometimes even urban India.

DILLI HAAT is not just a market place; it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture- a forum where rural life and folk art are brought closer to an urban clientele.It is here that the crafts persons find an opportunity to demonstrate their artistic skills to thousands of visitors everyday. Since its inauguration in the month of March 1994, Dilli Haat has been home to nearly 50,000 handicraft and handloom artisans. The sales generated, so far, are estimated at Rupees three hundred crores.The complex is not only artistic, but also recreational in nature where the entire family can have a good time.It is a place where one can unwind in the evening and relish a wide variety of cuisine without paying the exhorbitant rates.

Besides an International Food Plaza there are 25 stalls dishing out sumptuous delicacies from different States and Union Territories; and Exhibition Hall; a Souvenir shop selling

an assortment of small gift items; an assortment of small gift items; an open stage for cultural programmes and a playing area exclusively earmarked for children.

The Lotus Temple Completed in 1986, the Bahai temple is set amidst pools and gardens. Adherents of any faith are free to visit the temple and pray or meditate silently according to their own religion. The structure is in lotus shape so it often called the lotus temple. The view of the temple is spectacular before dusk when the temple is floodlit

Purana Quila Purana Quila, the old fort.The fort was built by the great Afghan ruler Sher Shah Suri in the 16th century A.D. aptly on the banks of the river Yamuna. Now Boating facilities are available here. A Sound and Light Show depicting 5000 years of Delhi’s past is held by Delhi Tourism every evening both in Hindi and English.

Musical Fountain at Ajmal Khan Park Delhi Tourism’s musical fountain at Ajmal Khan Park is spread over an area of five acres and provides a refreshing getaway from the bustle of the city. The scintillating lights synchronized with music, and the cascading water turn this complex into a quiet, haven particularly during the heat of the summer.

The musical fountain is in operation for two hours every day after sunset except on Tuesday.

Delhi Tourism promotes boating in local lakes

Delhi Tourism Corporation's initiative to provide boating facilities to Delhites at five different lakes in the capital

Boating facilities at Mayur Vihar, Old Fort, India Gate, Model Town and Hari Nagar lakes are providing tourists an outlet to beat the scorching summer heat and they are flocking in large numbers to enjoy their day to its fullest at these spots.

Scooter, airplane, crocodile, dinosaur and duck-shaped boats could be seen at these boating spots, which make kids all the more excited. Besides that, paddle boats, motor boats and boats with shed have also been introduced, keeping in mind tourists' convenience


From time immemorial Delhi has attracted people with a penchant for adventure for which Delhi Tourism now provides avenues.

Rock Climbing - Equipment and training is provided to aspiring rock climbers in and around Delhi from October to March.

Trekking - Delhi Tourism's infrastructural network and trained outdoor staff help you to choose from the endless trekking options India offers - ranging from some
of the world's highest mountains, greatest deserts, rivers, lakes, sea beaches and rain forests.

Water Sports - A multi-sports and leisure complex has been created by Delhi Tourism at Bhalswa Lake, situated at Delhi's northeastern edge. This offers facilities for boating in pedal boats, kayaks, canoes and speed boats. Keen anglers can also indulge in fishing. Hovercraft and water scooters have been introduced for the first time in Delhi at this lake. Pedal boats at reasonable rates are available at the Hari Nagar, India Gate, Purana Qila, Prasad Nagar and Naini Lakes. Special training programmes in Kayaking and canoeing are organised at Prasad Nagar Lake and Naini Lake.

Parasailing - For the truly adventurous, parasailing is available at Kanwar Shikha near Sohna in Haryana, about 60 kms from Delhi. Soar like an eagle under the watchful eyes of professional instructors.

Adventure Club - Open to all Indian national above the age of ten years, this club promotes adventure activities. The club provides special packages in all adventure activities - parasailing, mountain expeditions, trekking, rock climbing, adventure camps and water sports, including river rafting in the Ganga. Delhi Tourism has also established a water sports club.



If one is an avid wildlife enthusiast and happens to be in Delhi, the Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary could be the ideal destination. The sanctuary, located at a distance of 45 km on the National Highway No 8, is a birdwatcher's paradise with a sizable population of resident and migratory birds. Once a dry belt with a shallow water body that attracted birds during the monsoon, Sultanpur was transformed by the ornithologist Peter Jackson who got the area landscaped and suitable vegetation planted. One can spend endless hours watching the antics of the birds-from spoonbills wading in the water to ducks foraging at the water's edge.


The Sultanpur National Park is located in the Indian state of Haryana at a distance of 45 km from Delhi, the national capital. The park extends from latitude 28°37' in the North to longitude 77°04' in the east. It is well connected by roads with Delhi and Gurgaon, the district headquarters.


The climate of this region is tropical with very hot summers and chilly winters. Monsoon approaches this place in the month of July and continues till mid-September. The best season to visit this park is winter as the chances of seeing the exclusive wildlife of this park is more in these months.


Flora - The vegetation of this park is tropical and dry deciduous and the flora include grasses, dhok, khair, tendu, ber, jamun, acacia, and banyan tree.

Fauna - The park is home to a large range of birds, both resident and migratory. Migratory geese and Siberian cranes spend the winter in Sultanpur and there are also the demoiselle cranes, ruddy shelducks, pelicans, flamingoes, bar-headed geese, grey lags, gadwalls, mallards, pochards, shovellers and teals. Local species include plovers, red-wattled lapwings, herons, cormorants, white ibises, spoonbills and painted storks.

Other wildlife in the park include blackbuck, nilgai, hog deer, sambar, wild dog or dhole, caracal, wild cat, hedgehog, mongoose, striped hyena, Indian porcupine, rattle/honey badger, leopard, wild pig, and four horned antelope.

Sultanpur Lake is the point around which the Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary has been developed. The lake is a picnic spot for the residents of Delhi and boating facilities are also available here. The lake has a good number of reptiles and it attracts a lot of migratory birds during winters.


Delhi, at a distance of around 45 km from Sultanpur, is the capital of India and the seat of power since ancient times. Major tourist attractions here are the Red Fort, Chandni Chowk, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Qutub Minar, Bahai Temple, Rajghat, India Gate, and Jantar Mantar apart from numerous others. There are also many museums, libraries, art galleries, theaters, and educational institutions that can be visited.

A museum and a small library have been established at Sultanpur to inform the visitors about the sanctuary there. Delhi based non-governmental organizations like Kalpavriksh and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) bring students to Sultanpur for bird watching and on nature walks regularly. WWF-India and the Centre for Environmental Education have jointly prepared a Visitor Interpretation Programme with a view to enhance public consciousness about wetlands.


BY AIR - Airport - Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi (35 km) Palam Domestic Airport, Delhi (35 km).The nearest airport from Sultanpur is the Indira Gandhi International Airport and Palam Domestic Airport in Delhi at a distance of just 35 km. Indira Gandhi airport is connected with most of the important international destinations by regular flights of the major airlines. Palam Domestic Airport is connected to almost all the major cities in India by regular flights of the Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, and Sahara Airlines apart from the other small domestic airlines.

BY RAIL - Railway Station - Gurgaon Railway Station (15 km). Gurgaon is the nearest railway station connected to Delhi and many places in Haryana and Rajasthan by regular trains. New Delhi, Nizamuddin, and Old Delhi railway stations are important railway links from where one can get trains to almost all parts of the country.

BY ROAD - Bus Stand - Gurgaon Bus Stand (15 km) Dhaula Kuan Bus Stop (40 km). From Gurgaon there are regular buses to the Sultanpur National Park run by Haryana State Roadways. Gurgaon is connected to Delhi by buses leaving Dhaula Kuan in Delhi every five minutes. Taxis and tourist cars are also available on hire from Delhi and Gurgaon to visit Sultanpur.


Inside the park, the Haryana Tourism Development Corporation runs a tourist lodge that has air-conditioned as well as general rooms. The facilities there include a bar, restaurant, and cottages for the guests. One can also stay in any of the large number of hotels at Delhi or Gurgaon and go to Sultanpur for a weakened or day trip. provides complete information on tourism in Sultanpur. offers package tours in order to make your visit to Sultanpur National Park Pleasant. Offers for Sultanpur National Park
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