Sariska National Park
Sariska National Park lies in the Aravalli hills and is the former hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Alwar. Sariska itself is a wide valley with two large plateaus and is dotted with places of historical wildlife in Sariska National Park which lies in the Aravalli hills, Wildlife Sanctuary in Sariska National Park, information in Sariska National Park, Sariska National Park, Travel in Sariska National Park, Wildlife travel in Sariska National Park, Tour Packages for Sariska National Park, and professional wildlife Travel services in India in wildlife Travel and tours. Tourmyindia.com offers complete travel services for wildlife travel in India including Wildlife Tours, Wildlife Safaris, Wildlife Resorts, and Game Safaris in India.and religious interest, including the ruins of the Kankwari Fort, the 10th century Neelkanth temples, the Budha Hanumab Temple near Pandupol, the Bharthari Temple near the park office, and the hot and cold springs of Taalvriksh. The large Siliserh Lake is at the north-eastern corner. The forests are dry deciduous, with trees of Dhak, Acacia, Ber and Salar. The Tigers of Sariska are largely nocturnal and are not as easily seen as those of Ranthambhor. The park also has good populations of Nilgai, Sambar and Chital. In the evenings, Indian Porcupine, Striped Hyaena, Indian Palm Civet and even Leopard are sometimes seen. The forests are lush during and immediately following the monsoon, but during the dry months of February May there is a shortage of water and in consequence mammals are attracted to water holes. At this time of year visibility is good because of the sparse foliage. Sariska is excellent for birdwatching and has an unusually large population of Indian Peafowl.
Season(Sariska National Park) :
Open year round, the best period being November-April, especially March-April.
The nearest airport is at Jaipur (115 km 3 hours ) and the nearest railway station is at Alwar (36 km). The drive from Delhi takes 5-6 hours.