|Dhankot||Located about 11km from the city of Gurgaon|
|Saiyad||Located on the Gurgaon-Dharampur road|
|Ata||Located 5km east of Sohna om Sohna-Hathin Road|
|Malab||Situated 5 km south of Nuh on Gurgaon Alwar Road|
|Ujina||Lies 10km east of Nuh or Nuh Hodal Road|
|Sultanpur Lake and Bird Sanctuary||Situated 10km from Gurgaon and 42km from Delhi|
|Sohna Sulphur Springs and Tourist Complex||This is situated at the very heart of the town by the side of a perpendicular rock|
|Shama Tourist Complex||Situated at the very heart of the town is a stone’s throw away from the Gurgaon Bus stand and near to the General Hospital of Gurgaon|
Tradition has it that Guru Dronacharya was supplied milk from this village. Located about 11km from the city of Gurgaon, Dhankot is located on the Gurgaon-Farukhnagar Road. It is also identified as Thullkottiha (of the Buddhist literature) and was visited by Lord Buddha
Located on the Gurgaon-Dharampur road, Saiyad is believed to be the dwelling place of Guru Dronacharya and his pupils. This site is also rich for yielding Painter Grey Ware and late medieval remains.
The site of Ata is located 5km east of Sohna om Sohna-Hathin Road. This place also bears a historical significance as it has been the important center of art and architecture in the time of Gujara-Pratiharas. Ata is mainly famous for two of the world-class images- one representing Uma Maheshvara seated on Nandi of early medieval period, and another representing Adinath belonging to the same historical timeline..
Situated 5 km south of Nuh on Gurgaon Alwar Road, the village boasts of one of the highest mounds in the region. A coin of Kanishka, some coins of Kushanas and a number of coins of Muslim rulers have been found at the site.
The village of Ujina lies 10km east of Nuh or Nuh Hodal Road. Known for its pristine lake enveloped in lush greenery Ujina is a great favorite amongst the tourists. The stone sculptures located at the site represent Varaha and Narsimha of medieval period, and Lakshmi of late medieval period
Sultanpur Lake and Bird Sanctuary
Are you an ornithologist or have enthusiasm for bird-watching? Well, then the Sultanpur Lake situated 10km from Gurgaon and 42km from Delhi will prove to be a virtual paradise for you. . It is a find of Peter Jackson, the world famous authority ornithologist. It was opened for tourists on 6th Feb. 1972. To this lonely and lovely retreat, flock the migrant birds from Europe and Siberia. These birds come here with the onset of winter and return when their colder homes have warmed up. Camping equipment like beds, Chairs, central tables, lights, stoves etc are available at the site, on hire at reasonable rates. To facilitate bird watching, there are observation hides and watch tower
Sohna Sulphur Springs and Tourist Complex
Sohna is a sleepy little hamlet that boasts of housing the sulphur springs. This is situated at the very heart of the town by the side of a perpendicular rock and is approachable only by foot through narrow lanes which are inaccessible to vehicles.
The main kund or spring is known as Shiv Kund and is believed to have been the holy site of the hermits in the ancient times. The water hs sulphur to a great extent with the temperatures varying from 46 to 51.76 degree Celsius. The heat in the water id believed to be the elixir for diseases like gout and rheumatism. Hindus consider the tank sacred and come for a dip in its water on solar/lunar eclipse and Somavati Amavasya. The complex is studded with an extravagance of colorful flowers, trees and shrubs. Its vast landscape, with peacocks strutting about, grips one with all its beauty and splendor. Sohna by night becomes a wonderland of lights, simply bewitching
Shama Tourist Complex
Shama is the name of a popular bird found exclusively in India. The Shama Tourist Complex, situated at the very heart of the town is a stone’s throw away from the Gurgaon Bus stand and near to the General Hospital of Gurgaon. . It has become a favorite motoring stop over a journey to Jaipur side, as it is about 1 km away from Delhi - Jaipur National Highway.