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Baby’s Day Out : 5 Weekend Resorts you can Drive to From Delhi

Baby might be ready for his first vacay, but are you? Might we suggest baby steps. Pick from one of these 5 spots – all a short drive from the city, with loads of entertainment and activities, so mom and dad can put their feet up for a bit.

 

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Tree House Resort – Achrol

 

USP: The Great Outdoors

Give your family what it seriously lacks in the big city – a taste of the great outdoors. The Tree House Resort, in the untouched and amazing Syari valley, comes with a view of the majestic Aravallis. For when the view gets old (and we speak for the kids), there’s a range of activities to choose from – archery, biking, a spa, a nature gym, outdoor movie screenings,  swimming, and more. Catering to the little ones specifically is the early morning Jungle Safari, and camel rides. You can even feed the rabbits and ducks. Mom and dad, rent two bicycles and indulge in some me time; the resort offers babysitting facilities!

 

Distance: 4 hours

For more information, check out their website here

 

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Westin Sohna Resort & Spa

 

USP: Luxury Cottages in a Vast Green Expanse

Green landscapes, water bodies, and even Emus running free, there’s a gym and spa services for mummy and daddy, while junior can indulge in some time at the Westin Kids Club. If you’re looking for activities to indulge in together, there’s horse riding, cycling, aqua zorbing, and fishing. The cottage rooms are massive, with big windows that offer a gorgeous view, and lots of room for the whole family.

 

Distance: Approximately 2 hours

For more information, click on their website here 

 

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Surjivan Resort

 

USP: Reminiscent of a Traditional Village

Just 34 kilometers from Delhi, off the Delhi – Jaipur National Highway (NH8), this Indian village inspired spot offers the ultimate in entertainment for your little ones. Let nostalgia wash over you as you indulge in some classics like Gilli-Dandaa, Pitthoo, Lattoo, Kanchhe, Teer-andaazi, Rassa-kashi, Hop scotch, and even a giant Snake and Ladder! Alternatively, there’s the more ‘trendy’ Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Badminton, and even Croquet, and a range of indoor games like tambola, chess, carrom, for when it’s too hot in the outdoors. Kids also have the options of indulging in educational activities like cow milking / feeding, a demo of traditional cooking equipment like Chakki, Sil Batta, and Okhali, a visit to the Solar Energy Unit and more. Or the family could just relax in the fresh water splash pool. Add to this the quaint mud-hut like cottages, and organic produce cooked in earthen vessels on a slow fire, and you’re in for a real treat.

 

Distance: Approximately one and a half hours

For more information, visit their website here 

 

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Aahana the Corbett Wilderness

 

USP: Bird Watcher’s Paradise

The eco-friendly resort is perfect to get the little one acquainted with nature and all it has to offer. With the agenda of preserving natural forest landscape, the resort attracts close to 100 species of birds, a list of which is available for all to see in the garden. The vast expanse is also packed with a variety of wild plants, forest species and grasses to provide extended space to wildlife. For the kids – take them horse riding, or on a horse drawn carriage ride through the area. There’s also Jungle Safaris, and a separate play area for kids.

 

Distance: Approximately 5 hours

For more information, visit their website here

 

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Lebua Lodge, Amer

 

USP: Luxury rooted in Heritage

The luxury tents here are the perfect blend of modernity, without losing the essence of the rich heritage of Rajasthan. The area in front of the restaurant offers a view of the majestic view of the Amber fort wall, and the resort offers all the amenities you’d expect at a luxury property. Indulge in some yoga, bird watching or trekking, or the complementary activities available at the resort – kite flying, cricket, croquet, badminton, volleyball, a camel ride, or bicycle riding. Alternatively, sign up for a Forest Jeep Safari, horse riding, elephant ride, puppet shows, a dance show by local artists, cooking classes, or an Astrology reading. All in all, mummy, daddy and the kids will leave here having experienced a rather fulfilling weekend of activities.

 

Distance: Approximately 4 and a half hours

For more information, log onto their website here

 

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