NIT water park in Nagpur

December 31, 2006

After my last visit to Nagpur in August, I promised to write a separate post on the NIT water park in Nagpur.  The water park was developed by Haldiram’s in response to a tender floated by Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT).  The administration and running of the park is handled by Haldiram’s and they are doing a good job of it.  The park is located on the road joining North Ambazari Road and South Ambazari Road on the Ambazari lake side.  The pictures below will surely convince you to head towards this exciting getaway for some lazy weekends on your next visit to Nagpur!  And hopefully it will inspire some Nagpurians who have not been here to reach for their swimming trunks; despite this being winter 🙂

Full-view of the entrance and a closeup.

Looking back at the entrance once you are inside.

The middle one is the main entrance and the two small side doors lead to the changing rooms.

This trunk of a banyan tree is actually a snacks bar. 

The “Cleopatra” restaurant is in the shape of a swan.

This wooden bridge takes you to the restaurant.

Lovely lawns overlooking the “Whistling bamboos”.

A closer look of the “Whistling bamboos”.  Don’t ask me why “Whistling bamboos!”?  I have no clue.

Ahem.  Lilliput land.  This one is for the tiny tots, like Aru, to splash around.  However, Aru refused to play here and wanted to get into the bigger pools.

Mama and Aru relax for a while.

What a maze of slides!!

A quiet stream, that is, a simulated river was flowing under this demon’s head.  Actually this demon’s head is the bridge across the stream.

There was another pool where they simulated sea waves, the way you see them on beaches.  However, we were tired and hungry and sleepy by the time we reached that pool and hence no snaps.

Some of you may wonder why we don’t see anyone else in the snaps.  Well, for one the weather was slightly cold, the schools were on and we went there on a weekday – so apart from us, there was just one other family splashing around.  And Aru, being a thorough water-baby that she is, had a lovely time!!!

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4 Responses to “NIT water park in Nagpur”

  1. archana Says:

    Hi, great pictures!! We are moving to Nagpur in a few months for work. We are a little hesitant as we have no clue about the city. I would love to get in touch with you. I have a 10 and 5 year old daughters. Do you have any suggestions for the school for them? I will look forward to your mail.


  2. littlenotes Says:

    Hi Archana,

    Thanks! Glad to know you liked the pictures. I too would love to get in touch with you and try to help you in any way I can. And obviously I need your email id to be able to correspond with you 🙂 You can write to me at my Y! id (rashmi00000 at yahoo dot com).

    Warm wishes,

  3. […] I’ve written about the NIT Water Park at Nagpur. This does not compare to that place at all. But, it is an ok place to take your kids, […]

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