A Safari in Sariska Tiger Reserve, located near Alwar in Rajasthan, gives you the raw feel of how Raja-Maharajas hunted back in the ancient times.
The most attractive feature of this reserve has always been its Bengal tigers. In fact, Sariska is the first tiger reserve in the world to have successfully relocated tigers. Although sadly, these tigers are very difficult to spot.
It takes a lot of patience and time in your hand to spot tigers at Sariska. But nonetheless, the reserve includes many species of wild life. Such as Indian leopard, jungle cat, Indian jackal, deer, sambhar deer, nilgai, chinkara, four-horned antelope, wild boar, hanuman langur to name a few.
Several species of birds in Sariska also catch wildlife enthusiasts’ attention. So many wildlife photographers travel to Sariska to click and rejuvenate, every year!
Sariska is also known for: Other than Safari in the National Park, Kankwadi Fort, Sariska Palace and Pandupol Temple.
Local sightseeing around Sariska: Siliserh Lake (Boating, Jet Skiing), Local Temples around.
Resort recommendations: Alwar Bagh by Aamod, Crocodile View, Lake View Resort by RTDC.
Safari in Sariska and a little local sight seeing around, makes it a perfect place for a weekend trip!
Here, take a virtual trip to Sariska already:
So, where is your next weekend trip?
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