A pair of Parakeet in Sariska National Park, Rajasthan.
Sariska is one of the major travel destination of India and famous for its national park or tiger reserve. Situated in north-west of Rajasthan, Sariska as wildlife attractions of Rajasthan Tourism plays an important role in the enhancement of tourism in Rajasthan. At the distance of 35 km away from Alwar, in the backdrop of Aravali Hills, Sariska is an amazingly quiet and peaceful travel destination. With strong historical background, Sariska is predominantly famous for Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary and tiger reserve. A large gathering of tourists come here from far around to visit Sariska to see Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. Sariska offers an exciting wildlife experience.
Along the age of Sariska National Park, there is a breathtaking Siliserh Lake and fascinating hunting lodge overlooking it. This hunting lodge is spectacular place for travelers to stay. Besides wildlife Sariska has also some forts & palaces and temples which are also worth visiting. Sariska Palace - built by the ruler of Alwar, Kanakwari Fort and ancient temple of Lord Shiva are worth visiting.
The Sariska National Park lies at a distance of 37 kilometers from Alwar in Rajasthan, India. Sariska is located in the midst of the Aravali that are covered with deciduous dry forests. The Sariska wildlife reserve in Rajasthan, India is home to wild animals like the Leopard, Hyena, Wild Dog, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Bengal Fox, Common Palm Civet, Indian Hare, Ratel, Indian Grey Mongoose, Northern Palm Squirrel and the Tiger. Sariska National Park provides a home to animals such as the Sambar, Chausingha, Nilgai, Chital, Wild Boar, Langurs and Rhesus Monkeys.
It is also home to different species of birds such as the Peafowl, Sand Grouse, Grey Partridge, Tree Pie, Bush Quail, Golden backed Wood Pecker, Great Indian Horned Owl and the Crested Serpent Eagle.
The Sariska National Park in Rajasthan, India is especially known for its population of Tigers and the best time to visit the Sariska wildlife sanctuary is perhaps during the months of October through June, though the sanctuary is open for wildlife tours all year round. You successfully spot quite a few wild animals as they come to the water holes to freshen up during the summer months when there is an acute shortage of water at the Sariska wildlife national park.
Source : http://www.sariskanationalpark.com/info-about-sariska.htm
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