Sariska National Park in Alwar district is yet another feather in Rajasthanís cap of wildlife sanctuaries. It is a delight for wildlife lovers with a host of animals like the famous bengal tigers, leopards, several species of deer, antelopes and monkeys. Birds like peafowl, great Indian horned owl and eagles are also seen here. The Park is surrounded by Aravali mountains and has a high frequency of visitors as it is near to Delhi and Jaipur.
The Sariska National Park was once a wildlife reserve and later it was declared a Tiger Reserve and occupies an area of 866 kilometers. A thrilling forest experience is what you can expect apart from good lodges for a night stay. A jungle safari in an open jeep, along with well experienced guides in the cheerful atmosphere is really an out of the world experience. Spotting animals however is a matter of luck. On the way to Jaipur a visit to Sariska National Park can be good.