VISIT THE KANKWARI FORT
Built by Jai Singh II, near the park.
VISIT BHANGARH, 55 KMS AWAY FROM THE PARK
Bhangarh bears the cross of being a notoriously haunted city with mysterious legends and lore entwining its landscape. It had 10,000 dwellings. But 300 years ago, the whole city became deserted. The reasons still remain unknown. Well planned and offering striking scenic views, Bhangarh was built by Raja Madho Singh in 1631.
About 35 Kms from Sariska, through winding roads and spectacular scenicic beauty, is the shrine of Lord Shiva, sitting smugly on a plateau, ringed by hills.
SARIKSA BIRD SANCTUARY
Sariska is home to a variety of birds, both migratory and resident birds. You could go on a bicycle ride or take a walk along the bird sanctuary to experience the thrill of catching sight of some avian wonders.
This was one of the retreats of the Pandavas. Legend has it that Bheema who acquired the strength of a thousand elephants was defeated by Hanuman here, in an ego battle.
Situated near the watch tower, 11 kms from the entrance, is the Hanuman Temple where visitors pay a visit, to greet the giant idol of Hanuman in a reclining pose.
The summer and winter timings of the Jeep Safaris at Sariska National Park are given below: