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Live The Life Of A Jawaan At This Army-Themed Park In Manesar

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What Makes It Awesome

Delta 105 is an army-themed park just 40 minutes away from Gurgaon in Manesar. If you've ever wondered what goes into the making of a jawaan, or if you've been wanting to test your strength (but also have a gala time), then Delta 105 is where you should head next.

They have a lot of activities for kids and adults. They've got a 'Commando Assault Course' which has eight obstacles and will test your mental and physical fitness. They also have a similar version of the course for kids. But if you want to take it up a notch, you must test your combative skills at 'Ground Zero', and gear up for a paintball war (the area is a little bigger than an acre). If you have senior citizens coming along, they can enjoy the cultural performances here, and there's a huge play area as well where the whole family can play a round or two of a variety of sports.

Apart from all these activities, they also give you an insight into what the life of a jawaan looks like. Trust us, you'll be treated and greeted like one too. You'll be welcomed by commandos, briefed in the 'Briefing Zone', after which, you can give any of the activities a shot. 

What makes Delta 105 truly awesome is that it's inclusive, and welcomes people of all ages and gender. They also shed light on secularism and unity at their 'Sarva-Dharamveer-sthal' where you'll see a mandir, masjid, gurudwara, and church next to each other. 

After a long day at the field, you will definitely get super hungry. So, head straight to their massive kitchen that serves homemade food which is fresh, filling, and healthy.

I recommend you plan a day out here on a weekend with your friends, or your family (or both!). The whole experience is worth the price. 

Price: The tickets start at INR 590 for kids below 12, whereas for adults, it is priced at INR 1,100 (exclusive of taxes).

What Could Be Better

The park can be a little difficult to find, but if you use your maps (or even Uber), you'll be sorted!

Disclaimer: They are following all safety protocols but it's essential that you take your own precautions by practising social distancing and wearing masks at all times before heading out.