Welcome to Rajasthan Tourism

Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska Tiger Reserve is a national park where you will find a perfect intermingling of nature. It contains mountains, grasslands, dry deciduous forests and cliffs which span over 800 square kilometres. Situated in Alwar, the Tiger Reserve is nestled in the lap of Aravali hills. Currently home to numerous animals apart from tigers, the reserve showcases nature in its best form. Animals like jungle cats, rhesus macaque, sambhar, chital, wild boar, etc., are found here. Not only animals, you get to see a number of bird species, such as sand grouse, harbor quails, crested serpent eagles, etc. here as well. If you are planning a visit, here’s what you can do when you are here

  • Go on a jeep safari

    When you go on a jeep safari at Sariska tiger reserve, you can spot beautiful animals going about their day, especially tigers. Not only this, you can visit the Kankwadi fort, a place that could also be visited only by jeep safari. You also get to go bird watching while on the safari as the reserve is home to more than 220 species of birds with migratory birds from Europe, Central Asia, and other regions. Going on a safari can prove to be highly enjoyable if you go in groups as it would add an entirely different level of fun quotient to the trip.

  • Neelkanth temple

    On an isolated mountain in Sariska Tiger Reserve stands the Neelkanth temple. Built in the 6 th century, the temple has a collection of beautifully carved statues.

  • Pandupol Hanuman Temple

    Another temple located inside the temple premises is the Pandupol Hanuman Temple. The temple stands amidst a scenic waterfall. Having a mythological link with Mahabharata, the temple is visited by people to relax by the waterfall and also perform pilgrimage activities. Sariska Tiger Reserve is a destination with many architectural and natural spots that one can explore. The place is a magnet for travel enthusiasts, especially wildlife lovers. Romanticize with nature and spot mighty tigers for an exhilarating experience at the tiger reserve.