There was a time when Delhi was one of the famous hunting grounds. Not very long ago, the place where Hauz Khas Enclave sits today was in that category.
What’s more, you can always go for duck-spotting in Okhla, and venturing towards the Qutub Minar from ‘Delhi’ is not menial.
Even the area around the Mehrauli, including the nearby satellite towns, Gurgaon, Noida, and Faridabad used to offer fields and pastures.You can enjoy the elevated metro ride from the Qutub Minar that exposes you to hell lot of green
Then there are big ‘farmhouses’ of Chhattarpur and Sultanpur that offer magnificent pools and fountains. Arjan Garh with its buffer tree plantations also gives you plenty of reason to enjoy massive greenery in the vicinities of Delhi.
The scrubby Aravalis along with Asola Bhatti Sanctuary, everything gives you some or the other reason to cheer.
If you are in Delhi, you will not be able to resist some of its charming classics. For example, in the vicinities of Tughlakabad Fort, you can enjoy Guru Ravidass Marg to the western side. Just walk north for a bit and then enter the Jahanpanah forest.
What’s more, an easy walk to Alaknanda that can be taken with the help of a BRT makes you reach to the beautiful lawns.