Sariska National Park

Sariska National Park

About Sariska National Park

The Sariska National Park is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. The park was established in 1955 as the Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. In 1978, it was declared a national park. The park is spread over an area of 867 km². The Sariska National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including the Bengal tiger, leopard, chinkara, Indian wild boar, and rhesus macaque.
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Safari Timings

Sariska National Park Safari timings are from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Safari Fee (Gypsy/Canter)

There is no safari fee for Gypsy/Canters.

Tigers and Relocation Efforts at Sariska National Park

In 2005, tigers were declared extinct in the Sariska National Park. This sparked outcry across the nation and a concerted effort to relocate tigers to the park. In 2008, a group of tigers was relocated to the park from the Ranthambore National Park. There have been mixed results from this effort, with some tigers successfully settling in the park and others returning to their original home.

Sariska National Park Entry Fee

The Entry fee for Sariska National Park is Rs. 100 for Indians and Rs. 300 for foreigners.

Tips For Visiting Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

Some of the tips for visiting Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary are as follows: - Be sure to carry sunscreen, hats, water and snacks, as it can get very hot during the day. - Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and be prepared for a lot of walking. - Keep an eye out for wildlife, and be respectful of their space. - Do not litter or disturb the animals in any way.

How To Reach Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

Reaching Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is easy as it is well connected by road. The sanctuary is located around 200 km from Delhi and can be reached by road in around 4 hours. There are regular buses and taxis plying between Delhi and Sariska.

Best Time To Visit Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary

The best time to visit Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is from October to March.

Flora and Fauna at Sariska National Park

The flora and fauna at Sariska National Park are quite diverse. The park is home to a number of species of trees, plants, and animals. Some of the animals that can be found in the park include leopards, tigers, panthers, deer, and monkeys.


The Neemrana Fort-Palace is a heritage hotel located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India. It is situated in the Aravali range, near the town of Neemrana. The fort was built in 1464 by Raja Rajdeo Singh, a Rajput ruler of the Tomar dynasty. It passed through the hands of several other rulers before being acquired by the present owners in 1991. The fort-palace has been extensively renovated and is now a popular tourist destination.

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