Sariska Tiger Reserve
Sariska in Rajasthan is in close proximity to the capital city of India New Delhi and Jaipur erstwhile Rajput Kingdom. This was the hunting preserve of Alwar Royal Family. the core area is of 400 sq km and the rest 400 sq km forms the buffer zone.
The hilly landscape with dry deciduous forests amidst rising cliffs and narrow valleys are typical of the Aravali Hill Range. The tiger population was decimated by poachers but a rehabilitation process is under way with tigers intriduced from Ranthambhore and elsewhere.
Sariska became a part of Project
Tige in the year 1979. Sariska is a perfect place for
viewing and photographing wildlife in the Indian jungles. Sariska encompasses ancient history and hence there are many temples and historical monuments and ruins spread all across the reserve.
800 sq. Km
Best time to visit
February to June
Tiger, sambar, chital, nilgai, four-horned antelope, wild boar, hyena and jungle
Summer (Apr. To Jun.): Warm
Monsoon (Jul. To Aug.): Warm
Winter (Oct. To Mar.): Cool to chilly
Winter - Woolens
Sariska is 200 km from New Delhi and 107 km from Jaipur. Buses between New Delhi and Jaipur
go via Alwar and Sariska.
The nearest railhead is Alwar (37 km).
The nearest airport is Jaipur.
provide best stay during the wildilfe watching holidays.
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