Sariska Tour :
(4 Days / 3 Nights)
Altitude : 485 mts Area : 50.76 sq. km.
Temperature : Summer Max 38.1șC, Min 27.7șC, Winter Max
25.3șC, Min 6.0șC
Language : Hindi, Rajasthani, Sindhi, Urdu & English
Our Recommendations :
Best time to visit is from Oct. to March.
Distance Travel :
Highlights of Tour :
-> Guided Tour in each city.
-> One Rajasthani Dinner at Chokhi Dhani.
-> Painted Elephant ride at Amber fort.
-> Riksha ride at old Delhi
-> Jungle Safari at Ranthambore.
Cities Covered with Tour :
Delhi : Jama Masid - Kutab Minar.
Jaipur: Nahargarh Fort, Jantar Mantar
Sariska: Jungle Safari
Jaipur : Amber Fort - Hawa Mahal
Itinerary of the SARISKA WEEKEND Tour
Sariska - Jaipur - Delhi Tour
Day 1:: Delhi - Sariska (K.M. 180)
After having breakfast drive to Sariska. Rest day at
leisure. Evening Jungle Safari in Sariska.
Day 2:: Sariska - Jaipur (K.M. 122)
After having breakfast drive to Jaipur. Rest Fullday sight
seeing of Jaipur, city Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar,
Enjoy elephant ride at Amber Fort. Evening walk through the
Day 3:: Jaipur - Delhi (K.M. 250)
After having breakfast drive to Delhi & visit the red fort,
Jama Masjid, Kutab Minar. Late check in the Hotel.
Day 4:: Delhi
After having breakfast drive to Airport or Railway Station
to reach your next destination.
ABOUT SARISKA NATIONAL PARK
Situated at a
distance of about 200 kms from Delhi and 107 kms from
Jaipur, Sariska is most popular for the Sariska National
Park. Sprawled over an area of 800 sq. kms and nestled in
the laps of the Aravlli's, Sariska in Rajasthan is perhaps
one of the0most exciting Wild Life Sanctuaries in India
offering man to come and brush shoulders with nature. You
can also have this unforgettable experience on Tour Packages
for Sariska, India.
Sariska became a Wildlife Sanctuary in 1958 and later in
1979; it was made a part of the striving Project Tiger,
granting it the status of a National Park in the very same
year only. The number of wild inhabitants has increased in
number since then in Sariska National Park. Apart from the
majestic tigers, which are the prime attractions of the
place, the Park is also home to a large variety of deer,
Nilgai, partridges, wild boar, fox, gaur, sambar, chital,
hyena, and the four-horned antelope. The dry deciduous
forest are a perfect abode to the jungle cat and the
Siliserh Lake which lies at the edge of the Park is the
watering holes that has preserved the natural habitat of the
region, despite it being close to the desert.