Destinations: Delhi-Sariska-Delhi s
|Day 1: Delhi-Sariska (239 kms)
In the morning drive towards Sariska- the city has a rich natural heritage with some beautiful lakes and picturesque valleys thickly wooded in parts. Perched on the most prominent of these hills is a massive ancient fort that whispers tales of the rich history of the city. Some of the finest variety of birds and animals are spotted here, and an excellent tiger country.
Overnight at hotel.Day 2: Sariska
After breakfast visit
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary – The reserve was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1958 and came under the “Project Tiger” as a tiger reserve in 1979. It is characterized with dry deciduous forests, sheer cliffs and rocky landscape. The park consist many undulating hills of all sizes. The forest cover is mostly of the dry deciduous type with Dhok, Khair, Tendu, Ber, Surwal and Goria.
Kankawadi Fort – is another historical landmark in Sariska and among the few tourist places in Sariska, worth a visit. This is the only place hat shows the Mughal connection of Sariska. The fort is situated on top of a hill. It provides a panoramic vision of the birds and the entire avian family of the Sariska National park. The Fort overlooks the Kankawadi Plateau and a number of Gujjar villages around. The leopards from the surrounding areas visit the Kankawadi Fort often in search of food and water.
Sariska Palace – Maharaja Jai Singh of Alwar built the Sariska palace to serve as their lodge during their hunting trips. The main attractions of the palace consist of extensive lawns, beautiful antique furniture and photographs of the 1920’s Royal Shikar (hunting trips). The palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel.
Pandupol – A temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman. The temple offers a magnificent view of the of the Pandu gate, where a flowing spring can be seen surfacing from hard and compact rocks.
Day 3: Sariska-Delhi