About SARISKA National Park


Alwar, Rajasthan

Best time to Visit

October to June

Nearest Airport

Jaipur Airport - About 110 km
Delhi Airport - About 180 km


National Park - Approx. 273 Sq. Km.
Tiger Reserve - Approx. 1213 Sq. Km.


Maximum 48oC & Minimum 5oC

Nearest Railway Station

Alwar - About 37 km


The Park is open for tourists throughout the year.

Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve, located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan, is the first destination in the world with successfully relocated Tigers.

The reserve stretches over an area of 881 square km divided into the grasslands, dry deciduous forests, sheer cliffs, and rocky landscape. Initially, a wildlife sanctuary later declared as a national park is a home to some of the top predators and an important biodiversity area. It was once a hunting preserve of Alwar and gained recognition for housing the ruins of the 11th century’s Garh-Rajor Temple. Also, the 17th century’s Kankwari Fort situated on the hilltop offers a charismatic view of the soaring raptors.

Since Sariska National Park circles the Siliserh Lake and the Jai Samand Lake, it is home to various crocodiles, water snakes, and different creatures of land and water.

Major Wildlife

Tiger, Leopard, Sambhar, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Deer, Chinkara, Chausingha, Antelope, Wild boar, Jackal, Langur, Bison, Nilgai, Mongoose, Porcupine, Grey Partridge, Sand Grouse, Crested Serpent Eagle, Woodpecker, Horned Owl, Tree Pie and Bush Quail.

distance from major cities

Alwar – About 37 km
Jaipur – About 106 km
Delhi – About 203 km
Mumbai – About 1260 km

near by attractions

Jaipur – The Pink City, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and The Taj Mahal in Agra

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