Sariska Tiger Reserve

Price Range

80 - 470.00




Sariska National Park in Alwar is the most popular national park among wildlife enthusiasts in the country. It is nestled in the widely varied vegetation in Aravali Hills as a peaceful retreat for tourists.

The Government of Rajasthan oversees the national park in 800 square kilometers of territory. Its segments consist of grasslands, steep precipices, rough scenes, fields, and deciduous forests. Dhok trees abound in around 90% area of the sanctuary.

The remnants of a medieval temple of Garh Rajor in the sanctuary date back to the 10th and 11th centuries. You can steal a view of flying eagles and vultures from a 17th-century fort on the hilltop.

The government declared it a sanctuary in 1955. Later it achieved the status of a National Park in 1979. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is the best place if you aspire to ride a camel, go shopping, or visit medieval palaces.


Major Wildlife Attractions

Apart from tiger, the park is host to wild animals, including Hyena, Leopard, Jackal, Wild Dog, Jungle Cate. These animals prey on herbivorous critters such as Langur, Chital, Wild Boar, Chausingha, Nilgai, and Sambar.


The 'Siliserh Lake' and the 'Jai Samand Lake' encircles the sanctuary. These lakes are a haven to water snakes, crocodiles, and other critters. Siliserh Lake is infested with crocodiles on the edge of the park.


The park also hosts a significant avian population with Peafowl, the Great Indian Horned Owl, Crested Serpent Eagle, Golden-backed Wood Pecker, Tree Pie, Sand Grouse, Bush Quail, and Grey Partridge.


Rhesus Monkeys are in large numbers around Talvriksh.

A couple of safaris with experienced guides increase the chances of spotting a tiger because tiger spotting is not common.



  • Sunday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Monday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Tuesday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Wednesday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Thursday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Friday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm
  • Saturday : 06:00 am to 03:30 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.


How to Reach

  • Air : Jaipur Airport at Sanganer is the closest airport to Sariska. Hire a cab or taxi to reach Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Train : Sawai Madhopur is the nearest railhead to reach the park. Hire a taxi to the sanctuary.
  • Road : Public and private buses connect Sariska to almost all major cities in Rajasthan and India.


Ticket Pricing

  • Entry Ticket - Indian : INR 80
  • Entry Ticket - Foreign Nationals : INR 470...
  • Video Camera : INR 400...
  • Personal jeep Safari : 6500 INR only. It can have a single tourist or six persons....
  • Sharing Jeep Safari : 1250 INR per person. For Sharing jeep Safari, all seats are to be booked. The reserved tourists will have to pay the rest of the amount equally per seat for vacant seats. ...

Things to Do


Migration birds from Europe, Central Asia, can be watched during the winter season. You can spot some rare birds at Kankwari Lake, Neelkanth temple, and the Mansarovar dam are the right spots for bird watching. 

Monsoon Safari

The park remains closed during monsoon. Monsoon is the right time to spot dancing peacocks and many other birds. Monsoon buffer safari can take you up to the Pandupol temple. Safari is permitted in buffer zones only.

Canter Safari

Canter is the best option for a large group of 20 people. Canter goes in all the zones traversed by jeep. You may run into many animals and birds during the Safari. During tourism pea, you should book tickets online.

Jeep Safari

Only Jeep safari can take you to some historic sites like Kankwadi fort. Only approved vehicles are permitted for Safari. Moreover, some isolated attractions can be visited on Safari only.

Trip with Naturalists

Naturalists guide you on ancient monuments, archeological spots, exciting animals. You will have a detailed safari and history of buildings.

Shyamsa Cave

Visit Shyamsa Caves to see cave paintings of elephant, rhino, and many others. You can also find a rare guggul herb, which is useful as a potential Ayurveda medicine. 

Erotic Sculptors

Like Khajuraho, the Neelkanth temple of the 6th century in the national park also portrays erotic artworks or sculptors. The temple stands on an isolated mountain close to a sizeable Jain temple. 

Pandupol Hanuman Temple

Cascading waterfall, birds, and small mammals are the attractions of this ancient temple in the tiger reserve. This temple is mythologically linked with Mahabharata. Little packets of ash are handed out as Prasad from the temple.

Sariska Palace Hotel

Sariska Palace has been a hunting lodge for the royals of yore. Now, it has turned into a luxury hotel for guests to undertake trips to the park. You will experience a historical magnificence and royal stay here.

Haunted Fort

Bhangarh Fort on the edge of the national park is famous for paranormal activities. These haunted structures are home to palaces, Havelis, temples, and fort, which require brave hearts.


Sariska National Park, Alwar, Rajasthan, India

Rating & Reviews

Based on 5163 reviews
Very Good
Abhishek tyagi
Abhishek tyagi
09/09/2020 09:34
Mind Blowing, amazing and Spectacular. This is a place where everyone should spend time with family and friends. Lush and Green and the roads are good. You can stop at multiple places to click pictures and it is safe as well. Even if you don't get the chance to visit the Sanctuary the drive will be worth it. Just experience the weather and relax. It's get even better in monsoons
Laxman Singh
Laxman Singh
09/03/2020 14:29
Only three star for location otherwise bad experience
Naman verma
Naman verma
09/26/2020 13:04
Sariska Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve in Alwar district, Rajasthan, India. It stretches over an area of 881 km, arid forests, dry deciduous forests, grasslands, and rocky hills. This area was a hunting preserve of the Alwar state and was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955. It was given the status of a tiger reserve making it a part of India's Project Tiger in 1978. The wildlife sanctuary was declared a national park in 1990.wonderful place to going weekend ....but mostly go there in July ending to August.....
Aman Kumar
Aman Kumar
09/17/2020 14:55
Nice... But tiger 🐅 quantity is very less
VD Vlogs
VD Vlogs
09/08/2020 15:02
🐅🐅🐅 . . . Apart from the Bengal tiger, the reserve includes many wildlife species including Indian leopard, jungle cat, caracal, striped hyena, golden jackal, chital, sambar deer, nilgai, wild boar, small Indian civet, Javan mongoose, ruddy mongoose, honey badger, Rhesus macaque and Northern plains gray langur and Indian hare.[5] Sariska is also ethereal for bird watchers with some of the rarest feathered species like grey partridge, white-throated kingfisher, Indian peafowl, bush quail, sandgrouse, treepie, golden-backed woodpecker, crested serpent eagle and the Indian eagle-owl.[citation needed] In 2003, 16 tigers lived in the reserve. In 2004, it was reported that no tigers were sighted in the reserve, and that no indirect evidence of tiger presence was found such as pug marks, scratch marks on trees, scats. The Rajasthan Forest Department explained that "the tigers had temporarily migrated outside the reserve and would be back after monsoon season". Project Tiger, now National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA), backed this assumption. In January 2005, it was reported that there were no tigers left in Sariska.[7] The Rajasthan Forest Department and the Project Tiger Director declared an "emergency tiger census" in Sariska. The Central Bureau of Investigation, India's intelligence agency, conducted a probe. After a two-month investigation, the agency finally declared that no tigers were left in the reserve. Poaching was blamed for the disappearance of tigers. In July 2008, two tigers from Ranthambhore National Park were relocated to Sariska Tiger Reserve. Another female tiger was relocated in February 2009.[8] In 2012, two tiger cubs and their mother were spotted in the reserve bringing the total number of tigers to seven with five adults.[9] In July 2014, two more cubs were spotted, so that there were 11 tigers in total.[10] As of October 2018, there are 18 tigers including five cubs.[11] By 2020, the tiger population in the reserve has risen to 20.[


The population of tigers in the Sariska Tiger Reserve increased to 20 with the birth of new ones. After dwindling or wiping out in 2004, tigers were reintroduced in Sariska.
When you compare both, Ranthambore National Park is small in area, and it is dry, so the chances of tigers sightings are higher. It offers more activities to do than Sariska. More critters like a hyena, leopard, wild cat, and jackals are found in Ranthambore....
Tourists can carry private vehicles up to the Hanuman Temple inside the forest on Saturdays and Tuesdays. It is always better to visit the park on Sariska Safari Vehicles....
Jeep and canter safari are the vehicles to explore Sariska. You can go for Safaris twice a day between 06:00 am - 09:30, and 03:00 pm – 06:00 pm. ...
Sariska Tiger Reserve in the Alwar district of Rajasthan stretches over an area of 881 square kilometers. Grasslands, rocky hills, deciduous forests, and scrub-thorn dry forests make the sanctuary's verdant landscape. Alwar state had its hunting preserve in this area before it was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955....
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