2 Reviews

  • Kanika Jain Reply

    Saturday, April 22, 2017

    Sariska Tiger Reserve is a beautiful place and houses over 10 tigers. The park can be visited in two shifts one in the morning from 600-9.30AM and other from 3.00-6.30PM. The tiger sightings in the park are relatively low as compared to Ranthambore National Park but the park boasts of a huge population of other mammals which can be easily seen. The park terrain is fun to be as you will experience mountains, grasslands, thick wooded forest and thorny scrub forest all in one safari. You have to be super lucky to catch a glimpse of the Big Cat. we were luck to spot a leopard kill being devoured by a vulture gang and a lot of good birds. The park remains closed 1st July to 30th September during the rainy season.

  • Ramesh Kumar Reply

    Monday, April 17, 2017

    In the month of March we have gone there for visit sariska in tuesday for locals sariska open only in Tuesday and saturday. Because in the sariska there are situated pandu-pol Lord Hanuman Ji Temple. We traveled with safari and saw wild life sancatuary and wild animals. We saw Tiger''s Group in sariska tiger reserve.