Sariska gains its popularity due to the Sariska Tiger Reserve. The rich flora, fauna, and royal predator ‘the tiger’ attract wildlife enthusiasts to visit Sariska. Being located at a distance of 201 km from Delhi, it is regarded as one of the best getaways from Delhi. Delhiites can enjoy a fantastic short trip and explore the matchless charm of this town.
Apart from the tiger reserve, the town is famous for its temples and lakes. Although by booking our Delhi to Sariska tour packages, you can make the trip a memorable experience, there are nearby resorts that provide excellent accommodations. The getaway is a paradise for wildlife photographers and nature lovers. The architectural marvels also win the heart of visitors. Our well-crafted Sariska tour packages from Delhi include meals, accommodations, sightseeing, and transfers to make this trip comfortable. However, you can customize it as per your choice.
How to Reach Sariska from Delhi
Alwar is the nearest railway station, located at a distance of 35 km from Sariska. One can easily find auto-rickshaws, taxis, and cabs to commute in and around Sariska.
Jaipur is the nearest airport, located at a distance of 180 km to reach Sariska. At the airport, taxis and cabs are available to transverse in and around the town.
From Delhi, there is proper road connectivity available to reach Sariska. Frequent bus services, cabs, and taxis are available to reach Sariska from Delhi via Gurgaon, Sohna, and Alwar.
Hotels in Sariska
Attractions in Sariska
Sariska Tiger Reserve
The tiger reserve is a must visit. Along with the royal predators ‘tigers’, various other species of mammals get shelter here.
The beautiful Siliserh Lake is an ideal picnic spot. The enchanting landscape of beautiful chhatris and wooded hills adorn the lake.
Legends say that these forests served as shelter to the Pandavas during their exile. The beautiful spring from the rocks and a Hanuman Temple also attract visitors.
The fort is praised for its adornment. As cited in the Indian history, Aurangzeb held Dara Shikoh prisoner in this magnificent 17th century fort.
Trek to Neelkanth is worth a while. There are about 360 step-wells and 25 uncovered temple mounds out of 360. The statue of the reclining Vishnu and 23rd Tirthankara Parshvanath is also one of the major attractions here.