A quick glimpse of Gurugram for first – time visitors
For the ones who haven’t been to Gurugram, they should know that it’s not just a corporate hotspot near the National Capital Region. There’s a lot more to Gurugram and exploring the city is the best way to find out what it can offer you in terms of fun, entertainment, adventure, history and gastronomy.
When you’re planning to visit Gurugram, what you’ll need is a quick and easy guide to prepare you for the city. Follow this quick guide before you plan your travel tickets and book a room at a luxury hotel in Gurugram:
When to Visit Gurugram
If you’re planning to book a stay at a luxury hotel in Gurugram between September and December, you’re on the right track. In this period, the average temperature should be about 18 degrees Celsius. The temperature then drops in January and goes as low as 2 degrees. Summers in Gurugram are hot, sticky, and have temperatures soaring up to 40 degrees.
On average, the climate is ideally pleasant in the city unless you are visiting during the summers, which are extreme. June is the hottest month in Gurugram. Monsoons are unpredictable with the city receiving intense thunderstorms, showers and scanty rainfall together. Winters are nice, chilly, and often blankets the city in fog.
The city has a variety of bird species and exotic flora and fauna which you can catch at the Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary, a popular natural site in Gurugram. This park was established in 1989 and is the best place to spend some time with nature. Tourists flock to this natural attraction when they want a break from the exotic setups at luxury resorts in Gurugram. Sohna Lake, another beautiful natural attraction in Gurugram is named after a twin stream whose sand is believed to be littered with gold. The lake is flanked by the Aravallis and provides a scenic view to the visitors. The lake has Sulphur springs, which is a major attraction point for tourists. The water in these springs is believed to carry great medicinal benefits. Damdama Lake is the largest natural lake in Gurugram. The pristine blue water flows calmly on the lake against the incredible backdrop of the Aravallis. Damdama Lake has a calm, inviting vibe to it that seems to call out to families and group of friends. At Damdama Lake, you can go for adventure activities like Valley Crossing, Rock Climbing, Boating, and Kayaking.
Where to eat
Like the cosmopolitan crowd that fills the city, the cuisine in Gurugram is a mixture of other different cuisines such as Italian, Oriental, Continental, Mughlai, North Indian, and South Indian. You won’t have to worry about running out of delicious options to try out during your time in the city. Right from eating joints and street kiosks to fine dining restaurants and trendy bars, the food will mesmerise you with its tantalising aroma and exotic flavours.
We hope that you’re well-acquainted with what Gurugram has in store for you. You can check out the stay options at The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences and get in touch with them for your time in the city.
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