Sariska Tiger Reserve is situated in Alwar District of “Rajasthan State of India”. Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve is enclosed by Aravali hills which are oldest mountain sequence of India , Safari entry gate of Sariska Tiger Reserve is located 200 Kms away from Delhi, Sariska became wildlife refuge in year 1955 and became Tiger set aside in later in year 1978, Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve is extend in area of 866 sq Kms.
Sariska Tiger Reserve has rich flora & Fauna, as name suggest Sariska is well-known for Royal Bengal Tiger, There were a lot of tigers in Sariska but there was a time in a past Sariska was not having a one Tiger, afterward government shifted a small number of tigers from “Ranthambore National Park”, now Tigers are propagation again at Sariska Tiger Reserve., Other attractions of Sariska National Park are Chital ( Spotted Deer ) Golden Jackal, Jungle Cat, Leopard, Caracal, Striped Hyena, Blue Bull, Sambar Deer, Langur(Ape), Chinkara, Wild Boar, Four Horned antelope, Hare and profusion of birds and reptiles etc.
Best place to visit in Sariska Tiger Reserve
- Garbhaji Falls
- Kalakand Market
- Choohar Sidh Falls
- Naldeshwar Shrine
- Vinay Vilas Palace
- Vijay Mandir Palace
- Moti Doongri
- Clock Tower
- St Andrew’s Church
- City Palace
- Government Museum
- Siliserh Lake
- Company Bagh
- Nehru Garden
- Cenotaph of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh
- Jai Pol Fort
- Bala Quila
- Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri
- Fateh Jung ka Gumbaj Tomb
Garbhaji Falls is a popular waterfall located near Alwar town. It is a majestic waterfall and draws people from far and wide. The major magnetism of the site is the awe-inspiring view of waterfalls itself. The sight of water cascading through the rocky terrain is a mesmerising experience. Garbhaji waterfalls are the perfect place for nature lovers and photographers to spend some time. For the families, a visit to Garbhaji falls could be the perfect way to enjoy a picnic the nature and surroundings of the waterfall will help them to relax and revitalize.
Call it Alwar ka Mawa, Alwar ka Milk cake or Alwar Kalakand, it tastes just as yummy. It come as a revelation that Alwar in Rajasthan is so well-liked for a milk based sweet. I am on time told, ‘Alwar is a milk excess area’. The charming little town nestle in the foothills of the Aravalli range does seem greener than the other part of the State. There are abundance of shops that sell Kalakand; Sudhama Milk Cake, Nandu Milk Cake Centre, Sanjay Sweet House, Mansingh Kripaldayal Sweets, Deendayal Aggarwal & Sons.
Vinay Vilas Palace
Vinay Vilas Mahal is a historical eighteenth century palace founded by Raja Bakhatawar Singh. It exhibits a beautiful mixture of the architecture marvels of the Rajput and Mughal styles. It is really a very attractive place to visit. The attractive craftsmanship on the numerous gates of the Mahal is a sight to relish. Kishan Pol, Chand Pol, Jai Pol, Laxman Pol, Andheri Gat and Suraj Pol are some of the gates there inside it.
Best time to visit Sariska Tiger Reserve
The most excellent time to visit the Sariska National Park is all through the year. If you want to keep away from the boiling heat, it is advised to visit it through the month of “October to March”. The park is open to community from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm but stay closed on most national holidays.
If you are look for a calm excursion to an peaceful location, the Sariska National Park has abundance to offer in terms of fauna, flora and dazzling scenery. Apart from being one of the top wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan, the “Sariska National Park” is also a well-liked pilgrimage destination and is a must-visit while tourism in Rajasthan.
How to reach Sariska Tiger Reserve
By Air : The “Jaipur Sanganer Airport” is the closest airport from Sariska and is situated in Sanganer, about 107 kilometers from the National Park. All most important destinations are well-linked to the Jaipur Airport.
By Train : The closest railway station is situated at Alwar which is 37 kms away from the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary.
By Bus : Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is situated off the Delhi-Alwar-Jaipur Road. Jaipur is situated 107 kms away from the wildlife sanctuary and 200 kms from the country’s capital, New Delhi. Sariska is well-linked with Alwar, which is straightforwardly connected to NH-8.