Delhi – Sariska – Jaipur – Delhi
Explore the gems of Sariska, Jaipur, and New Delhi in this 2 nights/ 3 days Sariska Tour Package. This incredible trip will allow you to explore. First, the rawest sanctuary in Sariska embraces the aura of wildlife in its natural habitat. Apart from it, this Sariska tour will take you on a heritage outing in Jaipur, where you will be taken to architectural marvels. And finally, we will go to visit the famous attraction in Delhi.
Note: This is just a suggested itinerary indicative of what could be possible. We tailor holidays to your specific needs.
- Explore Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
- Visit Popular attractions in Delhi
- Enjoy Sightseeing in Jaipur
On your arrival at Delhi airport, you will be taken to Sariska. After checking in and freshening up, you will enjoy a jungle safari in Sariska Tiger Reserve. You will visit this reserve and admire the abundant greenery, which is well guarded by the authority. You can spot golden-backed peacocks, tigers, leopards, jackals, peafowls, sand grouses, and crested serpent eagles. After enjoying this wildlife trip, you will find come to your hotel to have a dinner and overnight stay.
This second day of your Sariska Tour package starts with a healthy breakfast. After that, you will check out from the hotel and move forward to Jaipur. On arrival at Jaipur, check in to another pre-booked hotel and straighten your back. After freshening up, You will embark on a sightseeing tour in this Pink City and visit marvelous monuments dating back to the era of Maharajas. You will explore Hawa Mahal, City Palace, and Amber Fort, which give you an incredible picture of history that still has not faded. After enjoying your city tour, you will return to your hotel for a lip-smacking meal and an overnight stay.
Wake up early and get a toothsome breakfast in your hotel room. After finishing your meal, you will check out from Jaipur to reach Delhi by road. After arrival to Delhi, you will check into your hotel room and get ready to visit the hot spots like India Gate, Old Fort, Red Fort, Humayun Tomb, etc. And by the evening, you will depart from Delhi
- - Accommodation at mentioned hotels or Similar as per meal plans mentioned.
- - Transportation using Sedan/ Similar for 02-03 Pax
- - Transportation using AC Innova (Similar) for 04-06 pax
- - All parking charges and Road taxes, toll taxes.
- - Any Airfare/Train fare
- - Expenses of personal nature like medical expenses, phone calls, etc
- - Entry fees at Monuments and guide services
- - Government Service tax as applicable
Sariska is approximately 200 kilometers (124 miles) away from Delhi, and it takes around 4-5 hours to reach by road.
The most convenient way to reach Sariska from Delhi is by road. You can either drive or hire a taxi for the journey. There are also buses and trains available, but they may not be as frequent or comfortable as a private vehicle.
Sariska is known for its Sariska Tiger Reserve, which is home to a variety of wildlife species, including tigers, leopards, and various bird species. You can also visit the historic Sariska Palace and the Neelkanth temples.
Yes, there are several accommodation options in Sariska, ranging from luxury resorts to budget hotels and guesthouses. You can book accommodations based on your preferences and budget.
Jaipur is approximately 110 kilometers (68 miles) away from Sariska, and it usually takes around 2-3 hours to drive from Sariska to Jaipur.
Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, offers a wide range of attractions, including the Hawa Mahal, Amber Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, and the colorful markets of the Old City. The Jaipur Zoo and Albert Hall Museum are also popular places to visit.
It’s possible to do day trips to both Sariska and Jaipur from Delhi, but it would be quite rushed. It’s recommended to spend at least one night in Sariska to fully enjoy the wildlife and natural beauty. Similarly, spending a couple of days in Jaipur allows you to explore its rich history and culture.
The best time to visit Sariska and Jaipur is during the winter months (October to March) when the weather is pleasant and comfortable for sightseeing. Summers can be extremely hot, while the monsoon season can bring heavy rainfall.
Generally, Sariska and Jaipur are safe for tourists. However, it’s always advisable to take standard safety precautions, such as keeping your belongings secure and being aware of your surroundings. Also, check for any travel advisories or updates before your trip.
Yes, you will need to obtain entry permits to visit Sariska Tiger Reserve. These permits can be obtained at the entry gates of the reserve. It’s advisable to check the latest regulations and permit fees before your visit.