Hallo everybody! We are going to visit the Sariska Tiger National Park (India-Rajastan) and we have been told it is the only park open now due to the monsoon period.
First of all, I would appreciate some comments about it, if it worths a visit (I know not many tigers are in, despite the name) and about practical organization: I guess we need a jeep/guided tour. As we are leaving from Jaipur (110km) to the park and then going to Agra afterwards, and as the park is open only from 8Am to 3PM, would maybe be convenient to rent a car for the entire trip of the park itself? Any raccomandations?
Many thanks and regards!
Spanning an area of about 3,42,000 sq km, located in north-west India, Rajasthan is among the largest of the country’s states and is remarkably rich in wildlife its vast size and latitudinal variations have provided it with varied vegetation- from the semi-evergreen forests of Mt Abu to the almost barren or dry scrub grasslands of the desert and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur.ert and from the dry deciduous thorn forests of the Aravalli hills to the wet marshes of Bharatpur. over 6 years ago