Bhardwaj Lake: The Best Weekend Spot For Delhitians
If you’re living in Delhi NCR, doing a 9 to 5 job, you definitely want to spend your weekend away from the hustle-bustle of weekdays life. Bhardwaj Lake is the perfect destination for everyone. Whether you’re a college student, a corporate employee, or a businessman, the weekend is the time to regain your energy, calm your mind and enjoy yourself with your family.
Bhardwaj Lake is an UNDISCOVERED and UNPOPULAR destination near the capital city of India. The destination tends to be the best for trekking and other adventure activities for the traveling seekers looking for a weekend destination.
Delhi is often known for night parties, disco life, delicious street food, and, Yes, of course, various historical monuments, but Bhardwaj lake is an UNEXPLORED and UNTOUCHED destination located at the distance of 2 hours, right in the heart of ARAVALLI RANGES. Aravalli hills is one of the oldest and finest tourist spots in India best known for trekking among beginners.
If you’re also curious to explore the new place this weekend, be ready to land on the northern end of isolated hills. Go through this simple guide to enjoy to the fullest at Bhardwaj Lake. From how to reach Bhardwaj lake to things to do there, we have mentioned all possible activities that will make your trip more enjoyable.
How To Reach Bhardwaj Lake From Delhi NCR?
To trek to Bhardwaj lake, you can start from Aravali International School on the Delhi-Faridabad border. It will take you towards Bhardwaj lake. If you continue moving on the same path, it will take you to Asola Wildlife Sanctuary, another tourist destination that enhances the beauty and adds value to Bhardwaj Lake.
Things To Explore At Bhardwaj Lake
Bhardwaj Lake is a human-made lake also known as the 5 Hidden lakes. The location is perfect to trek with family, embellished with beautiful green scenery, wrapped up in the mountains and silently flowing lakes. You can experience trekking in the semi-arid forest through rocky paths and witness the silent beauty of the lakes. Trek through the unexplored areas, and explore nature from the close and make your day more interesting.
Explore the Lake
Bhardwaj Lake is best to trek on weekends that lie within the boundaries of the sanctuary. It is the human-made lake that has remained unexplored for many years and gained popularity among cyclists, trekkers, adventure junkies, and casual explorers a few years back. Visitors can experience wildlife such as beautiful butterflies, rabbits, antelopes (Blue Bulls) roaming around the lake, bluish lake and lush greenery here.
Riding in Asola Wildlife Sanctuary
The entire Bhardwaj lake revolves around Asola Wildlife Sanctuary. The beauty of the lake depends on the attributes that the Asola wildlife sanctuary offers. Even though the forest trail is filled with thorny branches, the ride through the forest will amaze the adventure seekers. There is a lot to do, from cycling on the rocky mountains amid mangrove forests to trekking through the thorny bushes. However, there are a few uphill sections on the trek that are not suitable to ride on.
Capture Natural Views in Your Camera
It is quite hard to witness the scenic scenes near Delhi NCR. If you’re a true nature lover and desperate to capture the natural beauty in your camera every time you see it, Bhardwaj lake can offer you many mesmerizing views. Whether you want to capture the pleasing weather or water amid hills, lush green forests, or wildlife sanctuary, Bhardwaj lake can offer you a complete package of different photography experiences.
Tips You Should Consider Before Planning to Visit Bhardwaj Lake
It is an unexplored place and not extremely popular among tourists. So it is important to take a few things into account before you start trekking.
- It is a one-day picnic spot and you will hardly get any shops there, so you should carry plenty of water, snacks, dry fruits and eatables with you.
- The forests are thorny and routes are rocky, don’t forget to carry a first aid kit with you because you may get hurt anywhere while trekking.
- You would not require money there, so keep less money with you.
- This place is not to be explored alone because the area has minimum network connectivity. So always plan to visit there with your family or friends group.
- Also, cross-check the vehicle you’re traveling with, be it cycle, bike, or car. Keep the spare parts, puncture kit, and an air pump to fix the parts in case of an emergency.
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