CV Garden Kota
Chatar Vilas Garden of Kota is popularly known as CV Garden among the locals. It is one of the famous tourist destinations in Kota
Kota is blessed with many Gardens and one of the biggest of them is CV Garden.
Address of CV Garden:
It is located in Nayapura.
Entry Fee & Timings:
There is Rs 5 entry charge to CV Garden and it remains open from 6 AM till 8 PM.
About CV Garden And Things to do here:
Once you enter the Garden you will be awestruck by the Greenery it offers.
You will find every kind of trees and mostly joggers and walkers do their regular routine.
Want tranquility head to CV Garden.
If you love nature and wants to breathe some fresh air and relax then CV garden is your pass to that.
Or If you love photography, then also you should visit it as you will find a lot of clickable things here.
I will show you some of my clicks at the end keep reading till then.
Boating is also available here but personally, I won’t recommend that because it is done in a very small as well as confined area which just kills the feel boating should provide.
If you still wish to do boating ask anyone for the Backside gate of the CV garden from where you can reach Kishore Sagar and do boating there.
Be Aware Of The Monkey:
Cv Garden is a very big garden that will take almost 45 minutes to explore at every corner you will come across big trees inhabited by Monkeys.
The monkeys here are very notorious, you will find them jumping from one tree to another and snatching food from people.
So better keep any food items inside the bag. They won’t say anything to you unless you tease them that is highly not recommended.
What to Expect?
People usually come here to do Yoga and Exercise, as there is no better place to perform them than under the lap of Nature. You will encounter people doing Yoga Posture every now and then while exploring the garden.
CV Garden is one of the top tourist attraction in Kota, as people come here to kill their monotonous life and get close to Nature…
It is one of the biggest and well-maintained gardens in Kota.
There are several Cenotaphs inside the Garden which belongs to the Royal Family as well as the soldiers who died in the war, these are arranged in chronological order with a brief description so you can get the touch of history about Kota too here.
In the center of the Garden, there are some slides and swings for kids to play with. If there are Kids with you then they will love this place, as many children come here every day with their Parents to play.
You can easily spot Monkeys here but there are high chances that you might get to see the National Bird of India. Yes! a peacock in its full glory.
If you remember, I had said that I will show you some of my best clicks from CV garden.
So here they are:
Over To You :
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