Safari Zones in Sariska

Rajasthan is not only famous for forts and deserts. It is also famous for having greenery in the form of National Parks. Sariska National Park is one of the most popular destination of Rajasthan. It is located only at a distance of 100 kms from Jaipur and 200 kms from Delhi. Travel enthusiasts from the nearby cities visit this national park to enjoy safari ride to explore the natural beauty and the wild animals in the jungle of Sariska. Most of the wild life explorers book their holidays well in advance to visit Sariska Tiger Reserve.

Gates in Sariska National Park

Sariska Tiger Reserve has two gates. They are Sariska gates and Telha gates. Sariska gate has access to zone 1 , zone 2 and zone 3. The most popular gate of Sariska National Park is Sariska Gate as the sighting of wild animals is maximum from this gate. Another gate is Tehla gate, which is almost 80 kms from Sariska gate and zone 4 is accessible through this gate. In comparison to Sariska gate, Tehla gate is less popular. Sightings of wild animals are little bit poor from Tehla gate, in comparison to Sariska Gate. If you will go through the sighting data, better sightings of wild animals can be seen in Zones1, 2 and 3. So Sariska gate is the most preferred gates for the tourists.

Zone 1 - This zone offers the tourists to visit the extreme territories of Sariska. Tourists have the option to choose jeep or canter safari to visit this zone and explore the national park.

Zone 2 - Though this zone is less popular among the core zones but there are maximum chances of sighting animals in this zone.

Zone 3 - if we talk about sighting wild animals, then it is also a popular zone like zone 1. Most of the tourists and the naturalist recommend this zone for maximum wild animals sighting.

Zone 4 - it is the least popular zone in comparison to the other three zones of Sariska National Park. It is far from the other three zones and can be accessed through Tehla gate only. As per the data, the sightings of wild animal is very low in this zone and so it is the least explored zone of Sariska National Park.

As per the recent news, the state forest department has planned to open more zones in Sariska for tourism. It is said that only 5 % of the area is presently open for safaris and the Sariska has a lot for the tourists to explore it. It is said that the area where there is no zones within the Tiger Reserve are in fact the homes of big cats.