Top 10 gardens of Delhi where you can enjoy a walk with social distancing

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The capital of India, Delhi is known for its beauty. Talking about Delhi, the first thing that comes to mind is the memorial and the gardens here. During this pandemic, people are craving for a walk to breathe in some fresh air.  We bring you the top 10 gardens of Delhi where you can enjoy a walk with social distancing as they are spread over a huge area. But, do remember to wear your face mask. Let’s have a look at some of the most famous Delhi parks and gardens.
top 10 gardens of delhi

Lodhi Garden

lodhi garden

  • Located near Safdarjung Tomb in Delhi, Lodhi Garden houses the tomb of Sayyid ruler Mohammad Shah and King Sikander Lodhi of the Lodhi dynasty.
  • It was also known as ‘Lady Willingdon Park’, but after independence, this park was renamed as Lodhi Garden.
  • This place is considered to be the best picnic spot in Delhi.
  • Lodhi Garden is open 7 days a week so you can enjoy a walk in the morning and evening with proper social distancing.

top 10 gardens of Delhi

Garden of Five Senses

garden of five senses

  • The Garden of Five Senses, located in Saket looks like any other Mughal Garden.
  • It is spread across sprawling 20 acres and leaves you spellbound as you walk through.
  • This is a perfect option if you searching for a garden where you can maintain social distancing.
  • If you travel by metro, then you have to get down at Saket metro station to come here and its just at a walking distance from there.
  • Every February Garden festival is also organized here by the Delhi Tourism, where apart from enjoying beautiful flower arrangements, you can also buy plants, seeds and other gardening tools. You can also gorge on traditional food from various states during that time.

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Deer Park

deer park

  • Deer Park in Hauz Khas Village is a place where you will never be bored.
  • It is a huge park, where you may see many animals, such as deer, rabbits, ducks, crocodiles, monkeys, etc.
  • Entry to Deer Park is absolutely free.
  • There is a lake here that doubles the beauty of this park, where you can take rest.

Indraprastha Park

indraprastha park

  • Spread over 85 acres, Indraprastha Park is one of the largest parks in Delhi.
  • In this park, there is a beautiful World Peace Stupa, which is visited by people from far and wide.
  • Apart from this, there is a small food court where you can find snacks and drinks.

top 10 gardens of Delhi

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Buddha Jayanti Park

buddha jayanti park

  • Another marvel of manicured gardening, Buddha Jayanti Park is located in Vandemataram Marg which was built to celebrate the 2500 years of Buddha’s attainment of nirvana.
  • To add the ecstatic beauty to this park, a wide range of flora and fauna can be found. A sapling of a tree where Buddha attained Nirvana has also been planted here.
  • The park also holds an 8-feet copper statue of Lord Buddha, positioned at one of its corners.

Nehru Park

nehru park

  • Located at around 4 kilometers from Buddha Jayanti Park, Nehru Park is spread over an 85-acre wide area.
  • It is a perfect park with mesmerizing scenery and a large sprawling play area.
  • This park was found in the year 1969 and is named after Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister.

top 10 gardens of Delhi

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Central Park

central park

  • Central Park in Connaught Place is called Youngster Hub as here you’ll observe music and dance events.
  • Located in the heart of Delhi in Connaught Place, this park is beautifully developed in 41,500 sqmtr which has innumerable trees and shrubs.
  • The park also has four water bodies including a cascade and proper pathways for people to take a walk in the morning.

Japanese Park


  • Japani Park located in Prashant Vihar area of Delhi is one of the most famous parks.
  • There are three large gates for the entrance of the Japanese park and a huge parking lot.
  • There are five lakes here that enhance the beauty of this park.
  • Here you can go for a walk any time during the day while maintaining social distancing.

Swarn Jayanti Park

swarn jayanti park

  • Located in Rohini, Swarn Jayanti Park is famous amongst morning walkers.
  • This park is maintained by the Delhi Development Authority.
  • Swarna Jayanti Park has a beautiful inner and outer walking path that covers 1.6 km and 3.5kms track.

Talkatora Garden

talkatora garden

  • Talkatora Garden is a historical Mughal-era garden located in the Willingdon Crescent, New Delhi.
  • It is also believed that earlier this place was used as a camping ground by the Maratha army around 1735 AD.
  • There is a Talkatora Indoor Stadium located within the Talkatora Garden.
  • Apart from this, the garden also hosts various horticulture shows, competitions & cultural programs, and is a perfect picnic spot. with

top 10 gardens of Delhi

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National Rose Garden

  • The National Rose Garden is a beautiful park and is one of the most-visited and scenic spots in Delhi.
  • This garden has some rarest varieties of roses from all over the world.
  • The National Rose Garden is located at Chanakya Puri in Delhi close to the Jamuna River and the Vijay Ghat.

Jahanpanah City Forest

japanese city forest

  • Located in Greater Kailash, New Delhi, Jahanpanah City Forest is a popular park spread over about 800 acres of land.
  • The atmosphere is very peaceful, with a thick covering of trees and the sounds of the birds.
  • Here you will find a lot of runners, walkers, and people doing yoga.

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