Panchkula derives its name from five irrigation canals that obtain water from Ghaggar River and distributes it from Nada sahib to Mansi River. It is the most well planned city of Haryana, one aspect that is appreciated both by the national and international populace. A scenic spot itself that gives its audience every form of travel delight, Panchkula is a doorway to many hill stations that enthrall visitors globally.
National Cactus and Succulent Botanical Garden and Research Centre is an attraction that not only attracts learned researchers and botanists but general tourists as well. The main motif of this garden is to preserve the endangered species of succulents and cacti. The species that are present in the garden amount to over 2500.
The city’s regal Ramgarh fort is yet another attraction that surely must not be missed. Its history dated back to 360 years. The fort is aid to have been built by Chandel Rajputs. The piousness and peaceful aura of Gurudwara Nada Sahib pulls devotees from all the corners of the country and the amount of devotees reaches its peak on the full moon day of every month.