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Tourist Attractions of Gurgaon

One of the most important corporate and industrial centers in India, Gurgaon is one of the fast growing tourist attractions in India. The city in the National Capital Region has lately reached the status of the nucleus of IT industry and other new-age businesses. The various tourist attractions in Gurgaon - the satellite city of India are interesting and attract quite a number of tourists.

Among Nuh, Jhirka, Ferozepur Sohna, and Pataudi, the town of Sohna is one of the most interesting and most visited tourist attractions in Gurgaon. In fact, a hotel at Sohna provides air-conditioned lodging options to offer a nice holiday experience for the tourists. You can also put up at the family huts, the four-bed dormitory, and the camping huts in accordance with the various budget capacities.

The Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, at a distance of 16 km, is a wonderful place for passionate bird lovers, and one of the major tourist attractions in Gurgaon. The brainchild of Dr. Salim Ali, it preserves more than 100 types of birds, like crane, spot bill, Saras, ruddy duck, and rosy pelicans. The watch towers, hide outs, and the museum located within the sanctuary cater to the desires of curious tourists.

The Damdama Lake, positioned a few kilometers towards the southern part of Gurgaon off Alwar road is one of the major tourist attractions in Gurgaon. Visitors can avail of the facilities like the restaurant, bar, conference hall, motel wing, hovercraft, camping site, adventure activities and boating.

The Sheetala Devi Temple is another tourist spot to be visited in one of the recently urbanized tourist destinations in India. Situated in the fringes of Gurgaon, this Hindu temple is dedicated to Mata Sheetala Devi - the goddess of small-pox, and is visited by various pilgrims of all religions and beliefs.

Nuh, a town, located approximately 45km away, offers the masonry tank of red sandstone, the tomb of Sheikh Musa, exuding both Muslim and Rajput architectural styles, and the shaking towers as tourist attractions in Gurgaon. Also, Shama, located on the Delhi-Jaipur highway is a popular haunt for travelers.

Excursions to Delhi, Suraj Kund, Karna Lake and Kurukshetra are some of the other tourist attractions in Gurgaon.

Among events and festivals, the Statesman Car Rally, Suraj Kund Crafts Mela, and Kartik Cultural Festival are major crowd pullers.

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