Nandan Kanan National Park, also known as Gautam Buddha Park, is a national park and is located in sector 91, Noida. The park is situated at a distance of approximately 14 kms from Noida City Centre.

Nandan Kanan National Park is spread over a large area. The park lies between a forest and is an open zoo for public. Sometimes it is also considered as a zoological park and an animal reserve and is very well maintained. Botanical garden is one of the centres of attraction and is separated by a lake. The reserve is also known for breeding of White tiger which also a mascot of the park too. The park remains active with crowd due to some basic facilities like battery vehicles and wheel chair which let visitors roam around the park comfortably as the park is spread over hundred acres of land. Along with the tigers, various other animals are also found in the park. The surroundings of the park are created in such a way that the animals here could feel the same as a natural forest. For the safety of the visitors, the places where animals live are surrounded by fences. Along with watching the animals, the place could also be great for picnic in the lap of nature. It may take around 3-4 hours if you wish to roam around the whole park. The visitors also visit the Botanical garden which is situated adjacent to the park. The park is definitely a feast for nature lovers.

Morning to evening before the sunset is the best time to visit Nandan Kanan National Park. After the sunset it would be a bit difficult to enjoy the beauty of the place. Photography is also allowed in the park and you could also click pictures of the animals.

Visitors could visit the place during the timings 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM. Entry fees for Indians is INR 20 and for foreigners, it is INR 100. The park remains closed on every Monday.