Sariska Tiger Reserve
Best Tourist Season (October to March)
Airport: Nearest Airport is Jaipur at 125 km from Sariska Tiger Reserve
Railway:Sariska Tiger Reserve approx. 58 km from Alwar Railway Station.
Road: Agra 225 km, Bharatpur 166 km, Chomu 114 km, Delhi 230 km, Jaipur 125 km, Pushkar 270 km, Mathura 169 km, Mandawa 220 km, Ranthambhore 187 km
Sariska Tiger Reserve – established as a sanctuary in 1958 and in 1979 was taken up under the Project Tiger, was once the personal hunting ground of the Maharaja of Alwar. It covers an area of 765 sq. km. (with a core area of 480 sq km) dominated by sharp cliffs and narrow valleys of the Aravalis.
Sariska Tiger Reserve is an Indian national park located in Alwar District of Rajasthan State.
Being a part of Aravali Mountain Range, the area of Sariska is rich in mineral resources, such as copper.
Some of the wildlife found in the Sariska Tiger Reserve is: Bengal Tiger, leopard, jungle cat, caracal, striped hyna, golden jackal, chital, sambhar, nilgai, chinkara, four-horned antelope (Chousingha), wild boar, hare, hunuman Langur, Rhesus monkeys and plenty of bird species and raptiles. In birds – grey partridge, bush quail, sand grouse, tree pie, golden-backed woodpacker, crested serpent eagle and the Great Indian Horned Owl.