06 Jul Sariska Tiger Reserve
Sariska is home of the predator in the Aravalli Hills, Sariska Tiger Reserve delights visitors with its rocky landscapes, dry deciduous forests, and of course, rich fauna. Apart from Royal Bengal tigers, this approx. 866 square km area is also home to leopards, Indian jackals, chinkara, langurs, and sambar deer.
How to Reach: Sariska is only 37 km from Alwar Railway Station, which has regular trains plying from Delhi. However, as it is well-connected via NH 8, we suggest hiring a cab/taxi for a hassle-free 5 hours journey.
Best Time to Visit: Though Sariska Tiger Reserve remains open from 1st October to 30th June, it is advisable to come here between October and March to avoid the scorching heat.
Expenditure: 4K to 5K per person (including safari charges)
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