Bodies of Water in New Delhi

Top Bodies of Water in New Delhi, India

Bodies of Water in New Delhi

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  • Shuchi J
    63 contributions
    I visited nainital thrice..it has changed alot owing to commercialisation...long back i stayed in hotel on mall road..it was good..but now it has become more crowded and the lake has started drying up a bit..
    Written 29 April 2018
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  • Cliff L
    Salisbury, UK39 contributions
    All the sites I visited were wheelchair accessible and visually stunning. Most had accessible toilets too.
    Written 3 July 2019
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  • sunny s
    69 contributions
    Its a nice place for morning walk and There is a big lake in delhi . Morning atmosphere is very good for walk.. people use a open gym in the lake..
    Written 24 August 2018
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  • thaparraman
    New Delhi, India331 contributions
    A nice picnic spot for those staying in this part of North Delhi. Nice parks are there. Boating station also exists. Metro connectivity is there. Spacious car parking is available. It is a lake reservoir. Avoid going late at night Though it was started as an excellent wetland ecosystem and Bio-diversity park now being promoted as Water Games/Sports facility. It is rain-fed lake along River Yamuna's route.There are charges for Pedal boat for four , For Shikara for six people and Water scooter which range from Rs100 to Rs 400 for 30 minutes ( $5 to $ 10) .
    Written 9 March 2019
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  • RAJENDRA884 PRASAD
    Faridabad, India3,243 contributions
    This is an evidence of over exploitation of natural resources (stone querying) in Aravali Range forest area. People dug up more than allowed, which resulted in making this a larger than any other water body in Faridabad, after drying up of other famous lakes. However, it is absolutely unsafe to swim or for any other water sports.
    Written 9 September 2018
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