Aravali Biodiversity Park, Gurgaon is an absolute hidden gem right in the heart of the city. It is spread over 153 hectares in a rocky terrain and is situated very near to Guru Dronacharya metro station. The park in the 90s was used as mining quarries which resulted had in serious degradation of native flaura and fauna species. In 2010, the park was restored by a group of citizens called “IAmGurgaon”. It is said that currently the park has 160 species of native plants and over 175 bird species along with few other small vertebrates species. No wonder, this is one of the best places in Gurgaon for nature lovers!

Below are some of the snaps which I have clicked during my various visits to the park.