Snuggled among the Aravali Hills, the Sariska National Park is known for the existence and protection of Tiger species. Concealed with deciduous dry woods, Sariska brings wonderful landscape at the largest area of Rajasthan. The variable and erratic climate makes the entire environment an important part of ecological adaption and perfect for wide ranges of wildlife.
If an escapade is anything your mind pursues, set out on a jungle safari at Sariska National Park. Formerly it is a famous hunting reserve of the royal families of Rajasthan, but after few years hunting has been completely barred in the region, providing a harmless shelter and natural environment for vanishing species over the 800 sq. km area that is spread across. After the Project Tiger was launched in 1971, Sariska was then declared as a Tiger Reserve, an effort towards preserving the fast diminishing numbers of tigers in India. More than a reserve it will serve you an adventurous trip to explore the wildlife through a jungle safari ride. If you’re lucky enough, you will certainly spot some tigers!
Timings of jungle safari
Safari in Sariska can be experienced great through the jeep safari as the region is easily manageable by the suitable vehicles. Only the sanctioned vehicles being managed by the forest expert are allowed. Jeep safari in Sariska is normally provided twice a day and is escorted by forest department safeguards with the fenced protected vehicles. The best time to visit Sariska Reserve is during the months of October to June with rest of the season being closed, the safari timings are different for summer and winter season. For summer- Morning safari 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM, Evening safari 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM. For winter- Morning safari 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Evening safari 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM. The best time to visit the Sariska National park is from October to June though the wildlife photography fans come to visit the Park all over the year. The Park remains close from July to September.

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