Last Sunday I visited out side of Delhi zoo with my five friends to see the animals and birds kept back in this place. It is one of the leading Zoos around country. It covers a huge area of about 35 acres. It is well placed close to the old fort (purana qila) and is a place of great appeal. It is always packed out by thousands of people and children all day. It is a stunning and natural situate consisting of numerous kinds of trees. Thus, a visit to a zoo have been interesting experience. Last Sunday I went to out side zoo and Delhi zoo with my friends. We went there through bus. As we entered the central gate of the zoo, we saw a enormous crowd. Some were selling baby toys, some were looking that what I have to purchase or not, some were argument to each other, some were gossiping and chatting while others were calming under the dappled trees. We entered the zoological gardens and came diagonally a beautiful lake, where some animals were showing a dramatically scenes. Its felt to Seeing theme as if it is one of the most charming sight.
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My visit to the zoo was huge fun and with it. It was also especially educative and instructive. A zoo helps us to study so much devoid of visiting the natural habitats of animals and birds.
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As you know that Delhi is well connected to all parts of the country and few cities of the world. The New Delhi Airport is the hub of many domestic and international airlines. There are direct flights from Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Kanpur(Uttar Pradesh), Amritsar, and more. You can book flight tickets by Air India, GoAir and Spicejet are few airlines that operate regular flights between these destinations. If you are staying around Delhi then let’s another the best way to reach Delhi by either train or bus. Delhi is efficiently well connected by road with Punjab, Rajasthan, Haryana, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and more. There are regular buses available like Volvo bus, AC, AC sleeper buses, deluxe bus run between these stations.