• Mobile: +91 9810832832, 9868183832 | Email : junglesafaritours@gmail.com


Near Tourist Attractions Sariska National Park

Kankawadi Fort

Kankawadi Fort is another historical landmark in Sariska and among the few tourist places in Sariska , worth a visit. This is the only place hat shows the Mughul connection of Sariska. When under the Mughul rule, the Kankawadi Fort was built by emperor Aurangazeb. The historical significance of the Kankawadi Fort lies in the fact that Aurangazeb had kept his brother Dara Shikoh a prisoner inside the Fort.
The Kankawadi Fort is situated on top of a hill. It provides a panoramic vision of the birds and the entire avian family of the Sariska National park. The Fort, overlooks the Kankawadi Plateau and a number of Gujjar villages around. The leopards from the surrounding areas visit the Kankawadi Fort often in search of food and water.

At a distance of 116 km from Bharatpur,,this city is regarded as the gateway to the royal state of Rajasthan. There are many tourist attractions here reflecting the glorious Rajput history of the place. The main attractions of Alwar are the Bala Quila and the City Palace complex. There is a lake beside theCity Palace, a government museum and the tomb of Tarang Sultan.

Situated 32 kms north-west of Bharatpur, Deeg was once the preferred summer resort of and the second capital of the erstwhile kingdom of Bharatpur. It was built to serve as a holiday resort for the Jat rulers of Bharatpur but also has a fort with twelve bastions. The largest of these, Lakha Burj, is mounted with cannon, even today. The buildings of Deeg form a large rectangle, enclosing a garden and two large tanks, one at each end. The largest structure is the impressive Gopal Bhawan where, even on a summer day, the air is cool and refreshing. The most striking part of the complex is the summer pavilion, Keshav Bhawan. In the days of glory, the 500 fountains around the pavilion spouted coloured water on special occasions, while fireworks lit up the night sky.

Hanuman Temple
Sariska is not only a place to perceive natural wilderness, but also a place with cultural and religious significance. These temples in Sariska are located within the Sariska national park and visitors surely stop at these religious places en route to Sariska. The hanuman temple is located near the watchtower at the Sariska national park, 11 kms from the entrance to the park.

The ancient hanuman temple at Sariska is called Pandu Pole. It is hidden well amidst the green foliage of the forest and creates a mysterious ambience. There is a giant idol of Hanuman that is present in a reclined position and goes back to the days of Mahabharata. There are hundreds of monkeys and langurs running about the hanuman temple premises. Most of these are harmless.

Another interesting place among the places to see in Sariska and a major attraction for the tourists is the pandupol. It is also the most frequently visited spot inside the sariska national park. According to the legend, the Pandaves spent some part of their exile period at the Pandupol in Sariska. This has given the place a significant historical importance and a reason why so many tourists stop to visit the Pandupol en route to the national park. History also claims that it is here at Pandupol that Bhima, who acquired the strength of a thousand elephants, had been defeated in the ego battle by Lord Hanuman.

The pandupol is a natural arch that has been engraved in the limestone because of the action of water, several hundred feet above the ground. There is a beautiful waterfall that is created at the pandupol in Sariska during the rainy seasons.


Sited near the Sariska tiger reserve, is the fascinatingly charming Siliserh Lake, overlooking a marvelous palace which was built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1845 A. D. for his queen, Shila. The palace here has now been converted into a tourist resort for visitors. Crocodiles are the major inhabitants of this lake.