Sariska National Park - The Tiger Reserved in Alwar, Rajasthan, India.
Sariska National Park Alwar Rajasthan is also known as Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. Best time to visit, entrance fee, timings. To know about the Nationa parks in Rajasthan, here is the list of the Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan.
Sariska National Park is a tiger reserve in the Alwar district of Indian state of Rajasthan; it is located at a distance of 110 Km from state capital city of Jaipur & 200 km from the national capital city of New Delhi. It is well connected to both Jaipur & New Delhi via road, nearest railway station is located in Alwar city which is 36 Km from Sariska National Park. It is the only national park in the world where tigers have been relocated successfully to their natural habitat. This area was hunting lodge for Kings of the princely state of Alwar. It was declared as the wildlife reserve in the year of 1955 & was given the title of a national park in 1982. Sariska National park is spread over a whopping area of 870 km2; Sariska national park has a majorly scrub-throne arid forest, grassy fields, hilly cliffs and dry deciduous forest. There are many water bodies within the national park area which helps wildlife to flourish in their natural habitat.
Sariska National Park is ideal for the habitat of tigers because of the abundantly available food. Apart from tigers, Sariska National Park has many animals like wild boar, deer, sambhar deer, chital, Indian jackal, striped hyena, leopard & four-horned antelope. Sariska National Park is very popular amongst the tourists & wildlife lovers because of the rich wildlife & diversified landscape. Pandupole Hanuman temple is a very important pilgrimage site in the national park; it is believed that this temple is the place which Pandavas used for a retreat during their exile period. The religious significance of this temple is very high in the Indian state of Rajasthan; hence a large number of tourists & pilgrims visit this temple. Other nearby tourist attractions are Bhangarh Fort (titled as the India’s most haunted place), Kankwadi fort (built by Jai Singh II in the 16th century.), Temple of Nellkanth.
Best time to visit Sariska National Park: - From 1st October to 30th June, Sariska National Park is open for all seven days of the week. And During Monsoon from 1st July to 30th September all Tiger reserves, National Parks, and Wildlife Sanctuaries of India are remained closed, so as like that Sariska National Park is also closed in these 3 months.
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Sariska National Park distance from Delhi: - Sariska National Park distance from Delhi is 203 Km via NH48 and it will take around 4.30 hours and if you take a route of NH352 its distance is 224 Km and it will take 5 hours, and the third option is via Delhi to Ajmer Expy to Jaipur Expy its distance is 242 km and it will take 5.15 hours. Now it's on you which route is suitable for you. If you want to rent a car please contact us.
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