Manesar is a unique combination of modern and traditional lifestyles and is an upcoming destination that needs to be visited on your next road trip from Delhi to Jaipur. It is highly advised to you spent at least a day in this town to experience its farm tourism, its spas and relax, before you head out on a long journey ahead.Manesar is a developing industrial suburb and is fast turning into a preferred destination to experience the rugged rural life. The place is famous for its rustic life and the majestic views of the wonderful Aravalli Hills offered by it. Moreover, Manesar's farm tourism is considered to be a must-stop on the journey towards Jaipur.


  • Sohna– Beriving its name from the word “Sona”, meaning “gold”, Sohna is a municipal district in the Gurgaon district of Haryana which is located on the Delhi - Alwar Highway. It is also known as the Greater Gurugram or the Southern Gurugram. The place has garnered a lot of popularity in recent times because of its many attractions for tourists. These include the Ruins of Kamboj, hot water springs called Shiv Kund, Gora Barak Mosque, Damdama Lake and many more such getaways.
  • Gujrat Haveli – If you love to decorate your home with pieces that gives a character to your home then you must definitely visit Gujarat Haveli. Located in Gurgaon, Gujarat Haveli is definitely a store that you should keep in mind if you are interested in buying traditional vintage furniture. From antique doors to closets, their collection certainly has a wide range.
  • Sultanpur National Park– Located in Sultanpur village, Farukh Nagar, Gurugram district in Haryana state, Sultanpur National Park is a very popular bird sanctuary of India. The best time to visit this bird sanctuary is during winters when a large number of migratory birds come here.
  • NeverEnuf Garden Railway – Located in Gurugram, NeverEnuf Garden Railway is a stunning open space museum housing miniature train sets, remote-controlled cars & boats and a spacious area to take a stroll or just sit and relax. The entry fee is INR 750 for everyone above the age of 2.
  • Heritage Transport Museum – One of the most attractive museums in Delhi, the Heritage Transport Museum has an eclectic collection of vintage automobiles from across the country. Not only does the museum harbour such amazing vintage beauties but they also have an artistic take on everything.
  • Rajon Ki Baoli– A renowned stepwell in Mehrauli Archeological Park of Delhi, India, Rajon ki Baoli was commissioned by the administrator of the Lodi Dynasty, Daulat Khan in 1506 CE. The monument has a hint of medieval period and has a courtyard surrounded by verandah with intricately carved pillars. The stepwell is located at the center of the structure and the steps leading to the stepwell are made in such a way that it gets cooler as reaches down near the stepwell.
  • Damdama Lake– Commissioned by the British in 1947, Damdama Lake is a serene and a beautiful lake which is located off the Gurugram-Alwar road. The lake, at present, is home to more than 190 species of both native and migratory birds. The lake is surrounded by Aravalli hills and is a perfect getaway for people who want to take a break from the hustle bustle of the everyday life.
  • Sanskrit Museumof Everyday Art – Successively and beautifully preserving India’s heritage of art and craft, Sanskrit Museum of Everyday Art is the perfect platform for all the talented artists and craftsmen who have exceptional skills to showcase their art work. The museum, established in 1984, exhibits the excellence in craftsmanship as well as conceptual innovation both in design and functionality.
  • Garden of Five Senses – The Garden of Five Senses is a paradise for all the nature lovers. It appeals to all your senses and has various themed parks, a section of Mughal baghs, pools of water lilies, cascades of sparkling water, a solar energy park, an Amphitheatre, a humongous yet charming food court, in addition to umpteen sculptures, rock carvings and themed decor.
  • Shri Mata Sheetla Devi Temple – The Sheetla Devi Temple is a Hindu temple that is dedicated to goddess Sheetla, who was the wife of Guru Dronacharya, who was the teacher of the Pandavas and Kauravas according to the Indian epic Mahabharata. The shrine is very popular amongst the devotees and is especially visited more during Navratri.
  • Manesar Golf Course – Nestled in the beautiful and serene Aravalli Hills and amidst the neatly laid out Industrial Model Township of Manesar, the Manesar Golf Course has nine greens; 18-hole golf course and SSS 70, which is a great feat to accomplish in a small area of 32 acres. The greens are well-maintained and fairways are challenging.
  • Camp Mustang – Camp Mustang is located near Delhi and is easily accessible with just an hour's drive from Delhi. Surrounded by the wilderness of the Aravalli Hills range and countryside farms in the backdrop, Camp Mustang provides an ideal destination for Day adventure picnics, Day outing, one day picnic spot, Corporate and family events, Team Building Programs, Friends and Family outing and various other activities to enjoy.


  • Hot Balloon Rides– Experience the vistas of Manesar as you soar high taking a ride on the Hot Air Balloon.Waltz through the cloud with the balloon safari and witness villages, forts, and lakes from soaring heights.
  • Camping– Relish a fun-filled day trip at Camp Mustang, with a scenic backdrop of the Aravalli range & nation-state farms.
  • Rappelling – Indulge in a fun activity of rappelling in Manesar. Give a boost to your adrenaline with all the high energy game.
  • Rock Climbing –Indulge in a variety of sports like rock climbing, trekking, air rifle shooting, zorbing, and many more.
  • Trekking, Hiking & Biking – Explore the Pandala or Leopard Trail near Manesar if you want to have an adventurous experience undertaking trekking, hiking or biking in the area. It is bound to give you thrills.


  • Golden Turtle Farm Resort– One of the most peaceful resorts in Manesar, the farm is a 45-minute drive from Gurgaon and spread across 4 miles of land. Rejuvenate yourself amidst the impeccable beauty of the surrounding while indulging in a plethora of activities.
  • Heritage Village Resort & Spa – Built on the theme of Haveli of Rajasthan, the heritage village Resort Manesar is one of the most luxurious and comfortable Manesar Resorts. Standing gracefully on the highway of Delhi- Jaipur, the resort has a wonderful decor, vibrant shades of traditional Rajasthani artwork would please you throughout the stay. Total of 154 rooms with spa and other ambient facilities, this is the best place to stay.
  • Western Resort Country Club– A thirty-minute drive from Gurgaon, this is the finest resorts in Manesar to have a stay during your one-day trip to Manesar. The resort is fully decked up with 177 rooms as well as suites with excellent dining facilities and spa services. Covering an area of 5 acres of land, the resort has a swimming pool, fitness center, a spa, and myriads of indoor and outdoor activities for you to have an alluring trip to Manesar.
  • The Tree House Resort – If you are looking for a 4-star hotel in Manesar, then look no further, The Tree House Resort is a plush property nestled in the bustling metropolis of Gurugram.
  • Surjivan Resort – Probably one of the best resorts near Gurgaon, Surjivan Resort is an ethnic theme-based resort near Delhi. Experience a comfortable stay in designer mud and thatch cottages and lose yourself to the tranquility the place has to offer.

Winters are preferred to bethe best time to visit the Manesar hill station. The months from December to February is the ideal time when the weather is at its best and perfectly complements your experience in Manesar Gurgaon.

  • Air – If travelling by air then, the nearest airport would be Indira Gandhi International airport in Delhi which is well connected to Manesar. One can easily hail a cab till Manesar or catch a public bus thereafter.
  • Rail –The nearest rail head is at Gurgaon which is well connected to Manesar and can be easily reached by catching a bus or taking a cab. Alternatively, one can also take a train till New Delhi and then take Metro till IFFCO Chowk.
  • Road – Manesar is connected to Jaipur and Delhi by an eight-lane expressway provide easy connectivity. There are many Haryana Roadways buses that ply to Manesar from Delhi and nearby city of Gurgaon.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What are the timings to visit Manesar?

There are no particular timings to visit Manesar. One can visit it anytime.

How to reach Manesar?

One can reach Manesar either by flight, rail or road. Since the place is conveniently connected to all the major cities, it is easily accessible.

What is the best time to visit Manesar?

The best time to visit Manesar hill station is during winters. The weather absolutely compliments the location. You can definitely plan a trip between the months of December to February.

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