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In the heart of the planned township of DLF City Gurgaon, stands the DLF Golf and Country Club, occupying 142 acres of land. Vast stretches of lush greenery, with the scenic Aravalli mountains in the backdrop, make for a fantastic setting. This 18 hole golf course has been rated as the best of the sub-continent and has hosted various international championships. State of art facilities at the the Golf Academy are world class. There is an expansive sports complex in the premises offering tennis courts and swimming pools. The Club House is plush and beautifully decorated and houses a lounge, restaurant and pro-shop. Visit website for further information.
Janak Horse Riding Club offers horse riding lessons for all ages. The qualified training staff here gives professional training with an edge that caters for different skill levels. Personal and institutional packages are offered here. The place also provide with horses for various events and celebrations also. You can always take a free trial ride before confirming on your membership here. Enroll and master the horse in style.
Classic Golf Course, set up on the foothills of the Aravalli range in south Delhi, is for those who love the sport. Located within the Classic Golf Resort, the course includes a 7114 yard Signature Championship course with 27 holes of 3 nines each. If you are an amateur player, you may opt for a formal training here. For those who have forgotten their golf apparels or accessories, they are available at the resort for an extra cost. Check website for further details.
Although this place is run by the Delhi government, it is not too bad. Either way, it is the only place for rock climbing within the city. The natural rocks are located among lush, sprawling lawns and are adjacent to a golf course. They charge a bit extra for hiring the gear and for instruction.
Managed by the Delhi Development Authority, the Qutub Golf Club offers players scenic views of it's namesake, the charming Qutub Minar monument. The only public golf course in India, this one is surprisingly well-maintained and spacious, with its 18 holes. Membership is closed and guests can pay as they play, for a fixed amount for the whole day. A restaurant, swimming pool and caddies for hire are some of the facilities offered. The course is closed on Wednesdays and opens daily at 5:30 am.
This government body supports and organizes mountaineering expeditions and adventures. Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) has its own auditorium, library, museum and dormitories at its headquarters in Delhi. Over the years this facility has been responsible for the increased interest in mountaineering and trekking activities all over the country. IMF also focuses in organizing conferences competitions and coaching camps.
One of its kind in the city, it is has fast become the answer to Delhi's thrill-seeking, restless souls. Unfortunately, it opens only for a month in March every year. So brace yourself for a whole new experience, especially the ones who are going to do it for the first time.
Wanderlust Paragliding organizes paragliding sessions on the outskirts of Delhi. You can do individual flights, a basic course, an intermediate course, or an advance course.
Siri Fort complex is one of its kind in India. The sprawling acres are surrounded by a posh residential area, lush green lawns and a mini-forest. It has 10 tennis courts, a pool for adults and children each, a golf course, gymnasium, aerobics centre, jogging tracks, badminton courts and basketball, football and cricket fields. Entry is only through a membership, either monthly and daily. However, both come at a very reasonable cost (some would call it dirt cheap). The complex is very well-maintained and is a highlight of the day for many locals.
Established in 1940, the legendary Delhi Race Club has seen glorious days and has been a testament to the days of the British Raj, during India's struggle for Independence. Even till today, the place is completely transformed during racing days, when the crème de la crème of Delhi's glitterati come out in full force to cheer their favorite jockey to victory. If you are in Delhi during the racing season, a visit here is highly recommended.
This dam is situated near the Yamuna river canal has good facilities for fishing. It is a popular picnic spot surrounded with lush lawns. Friday is a good day to go and it is buzzing with visitors and local vendors.
The Delhi Golf Club was established in the 1920s as the Lodhi Club and lives to be one of the most respected golf clubs of the country. It assumed its present avatar in the year 1951 and houses one of the premier golf courses in Delhi. The 220 acre lush green strip hosts national matches, including the coveted 'India Open' and is also available for the general public. The club also has an open-air swimming pool for members (in the months of April to October) and a patio, where food and drinks are served. Non-members and foreigners can avail of most facilities and courses at a fee. Visit website for further details.