Damdama Lake, Haryana

Damdama Lake is a prestigious spot for sightseers in Haryana’s district of Gurugram (Formally Gurgaon). Visitors can enjoy the activities such as hot air ballooning and boating. The feel close to the lake makes people ecstatic and the picturesque Aravalli hills make the view even more enticing. The perfection lies in its quiet environment and convenient location. The lake is a home for swans and other migratory birds. It emerges as an ordinary place in Northwest India where it is anything but difficult to reach. The numerous highlights at the lake which pulls in a huge number of visitors include bar, restaurant, motel wing, hovercraft, conference hall, campground and lawns.

Damdama Lake was created when a stone and earthen dam developed by the British was charged for rain water reaping in the year 1947. The lake, seized by a barrier, is fed principally by rains filling a trench at the base of the Aravali slopes.

An ancient Shiva temple is located close to the lake. Every year a number of devotees offer their prayers to Lord Shiva for newly married couples and new born babies.

The lake is located at Damdama Lake, Delhi Alwar Highway,Gurgaon, Haryana. It can be easily reached by road as it is located only 10 km away from Bhonsdi village in Gurgaon. Indira Gandhi International Airport is located 38 kms away from Damdama Lake and 53 kms from Ajmeri Gate Railway station. October to March is the best time span to visit this beautiful lake.


Damdama lake remains open for visitors entry 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM all days of the week.

Entry Fees

Free | No Tickets

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