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Swapnadip Halder
  • Swapnadip Halder
  • Lives in Gurgaon
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"Sariska Tiger Reserve - No Tiger sighting" new review

  • 2.5/7
  • Posted 1 month ago
I visited Sariska Tiger Reserve in March 2014. I stayed at the RTDC Hotel Tiger Den. It is a good place to stay for budget travellers like me. The rooms are spacious and the bathroom was clean and had continuous water supply during my stay........ More
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Shivam Gupta

"Great Night Safari!"

  • 5.5/7
  • Posted 7 months ago
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is an Indian national park located on outskirts of Alwar. It is open for visits throughout the year, the best time to visit is during winters.There are Jeep Safaris for tourists to explore the wildlife of the park....... More
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Ram  Sharma
  • Ram Sharma
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 1 Review

"Sariska"

  • Posted 11 months ago
The destination is good but there is less fun if you do not see any wild animal in the forest reserve. Food, sight-seeing and shopping: Food was good at resort, sight seeing was ok and there was no shopping options at Sariska. Activities....... More
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Sanjay Hundoo
  • Sanjay Hundoo
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 2 Reviews

"trip to sariska in march 2013"

  • Posted 12 months ago
better than ranthambore. Terrain is better. Saw more wild animals than ranthambore. Lots of peacock, Cheetal, sambar are comon sites and a wild boar (pig), croc. Food, sight-seeing and shopping: Since tourists were few in morning had to....... More
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Deepali Shah
  • Deepali Shah
  • Lives in Mumbai
  • 1 Review

"Home of Tiger"

  • Posted 1 year ago
Very good and loved it much Experience with jungle is really one of its own kind which i dont think i can compare it with anything. Living with wild is really different. where as i went to there world where they are not even worried of we as....... More
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Sariska Info

  • State: Rajasthan
  • Famous for/as: Jungle

History of Sariska

Situated in Alwar district in the state of Rajasthan, Sariska is a popular tourist attraction for the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Established in 1955, the 866 sq km reserve was renamed Sariska National Tiger Reserve in 1978.

Wildlife species here include the Royal Bengal tiger, leopard, chital, nilgai, langur, hyena, sambar and the golden jackal among others. This place also attracts a large number of birds such as peafowl, sand grouse, kingfisher, golden back wood pecker, crested eagle and the great Indian horned owl, to name a few.

Things to do in Sariska

Other than the tiger reserve, Sariska is also known for historical sites such as the Kankawadi Fort, which was built in the 17th century by Jai Singh II. Sariska has three more forts of historical importance Bhangarh Fort, Pratapgarh Fort and Ajabgarh Fort located nearby.

There are many temples in Sariska including the Hanuman Temple in Pandupol, which is a popular pilgrimage site. Bhatrihari Temple is another pilgrimage site, which is thronged by devotees throughout the year.

It is said that the ruler and king of Ujjain meditated here giving it the status of a holy pilgrimage site. Apart from temples and wildlife, another attraction is the Sariska Palace, which was used as a hunting lodge by Maharaja Jai Singh. Tourists can also vouch for various attractive packages offer for the trips.

Travelling to Sariska

Sariska is well connected by road from all cities in Rajasthan. To reach Sariska buses are available from Delhi which is over 200 km and 100 km from Jaipur. Buses halt right in front of the reception office of the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The nearest airport is 110 km away at Jaipur and the nearest railhead is Alwar, at a distance of 36 km.

Travel Tips for Sariska

No private vehicles are allowed inside the park. Jeep and elephant safaris are organised for tourists to explore the tiger reserve. The best time to travel to Sariska Tiger Reserve is from September to March. During this time, the weather is pleasant for long jeep rides and other activities.

Wildlife enthusiasts will have to shell out INR 200 as entry fee to enter the Sariska Tiger Reserve. Jeep and elephant safaris can be booked at the entry gate of the reserve. A three-hour jeep safari can cost close to INR 1000.

Accommodaton options in Sariska

Hotels in Sariska range from budget hotels and heritage properties to jungle resorts.  Most of these hotels also offer transfers for sightseeing and pick-up from railway and bus stations

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