With 25 million people living across the Delhi NCR, securing a quiet green space all to yourself isn’t easy. But we’ve found some. Third in the series is a place that will take you to the top of the world.
With the crisp winter weather coming to a close it’s time to get out and explore the wonders of Delhi’s countryside in spring. The Conservation Education Centre, located in the Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, offers up ten excellent ways to enjoy Delhi’s natural environment this February.
There’s a massive mela at Surajkund, India’s first gaming show, the 15th Inshara International Puppet Festival, the India Art Fair, Delhi Cocktail week, walks in the countryside and a whole host of other stuff happening over the next 7 days or so. See what else is on inside this week’s edition of About Town
Delhi is busy, bustling and packed with people, so make sure you get away from the concrete to take in some of the city’s great green spaces. Here’s five great green spaces we reckon you should check out.
On the fringes of the massive Tughlakabad Fort, South Delhi, the 21 square kilometres of the Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is home to over 200 species of birds, 10 species of mammals, 10 species of reptiles, eight amphibians and over 90 species of butterfly.
Breakfast with butterflies and Brunch with birds are two wonderfully named events taking place at the Conversation Education Centre, Asola Wildlife Sanctuary. We reckon you should sign up. The Conversation Education Centre at the Asola Wildlife Sanctuary is a great place. The people are excellent, the greenery is great and the early mornings are invigorating.…
Delhi’s has so many beautiful birds. What they are, where they hang out and where they flock when they’re injured is the today’s blog topic. There’s big birds, little birds, colourful birds and bland birds. I’ve no idea what most of them are, but it’s time to get stuck and start finding out more about…