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The Tiger Hill Sariska Sariska National park previously was a hunting protected area of kind of Alwar, but today, it is known for exclusive presence of herbivores such as Blue bulls, Spotted deers, sambur and Hundred species of beautiful birds and Leopards. It is very close to India' capital Delhi as well as the capital of Rajasthan - Jaipur. It is a wonderful place where visitors can see amazing presence of herbivores and carnivores. It was once popular destination for majestic tigers, but it still has an exclusive charm. In addition to enchanting existence of wildlife, it exhibits a heavenly beauty of nature and heart thrilling environment. So, by choosing our Sariska Wildlife tour, you can enjoy 3 exciting days amongst unseen wildlife treasure and serene atmosphere within the lap of nature. Camping in Sariska: Learn about camp in Sariska, best camps and tents in sariska at exciting rates. We are providing best camp tents packages. Visit us to know more and book with us today!

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Sariska Tiger Reserve is a national park and tiger reserve located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan, India. The topography of the protected area comprises scrub-thorn arid forests, rocky landscapes, dry deciduous forests, rocks, grasses and hilly cliffs. This area was a hunting preserve of the Alwar state and it was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955. It was given the status of a tiger reserve making it a part of India's Project Tiger in 1978. The wildlife sanctuary covers an area of 866 km2 (334 sq mi). The reserve was declared a national park in 1982, with a total area of about 273.8 km2 (105.7 sq mi). It is the first reserve in the world to have successfully relocated tigers.

The park is situated 106 km (66 mi) away from Hindaun, 107 km (66 mi) from Jaipur and 200 km (120 mi) from Delhi.[2] It is a part of the Aravalli Range and the Kathiawar-Gir dry deciduous forests' ecoregion.[3] It is rich in mineral resources, such as copper.