Rajasthan Sarska – Trip to Old Tiger Land, Famous for the Wildlife Sanctuary

Sariska, which is only 239 kilometers southwest of Delhi and takes about 4 hours from Delhi, is well-known for its wildlife sanctuary. Sarska used the hunt as a reserve of kings and kingdoms of Alvar. The palace near Sarska shows.

The best time to visit the Sariska National Park is during the winter of October – February, when many migrating birds are an attraction of the Sarska National Park. The sanctuary is closed in months of rain. Many books have already been written about this wildlife park because of its popularity. You will not see many tigers because tigers are extinguished here, but you can look at various migrating birds and deer in the Aravalli hills. Government has taken many steps to protect tigers as you might notice some. The best time to visit the park is in the morning and in the evening.

Some animals that can be spotted here are reindeer herds such as nilgae, chital, sambar, langur and a monkey who sees you through the trees. Sometimes you can see a leopard, a jackal, a wild dog in the bushes. If you are a highly enthusiastic bird watcher, then you can see white fish tern, eagle snakes, great Indian horned bat and some other popular migratory birds. The most enjoyable part of the trip will be to ride through the park. There are SUVs to be booked in advance near the gate.

For wildlife lovers who are interested in history and culture, one trip around the medieval ruins with and near Sariska should be considered. The largest port in the fortress of Kankwari, where the mighty prince Dara was detained by his brother Aurangzeb. Visit some of Lord Shiva's very popular temples, also known as Neelkant, built in the 6th and 13th centuries.

Source by Luther M