Sariska is a storehouse of wild flora and fauna. It houses some of the famous species of deciduous plants and wild animals. It also cradles some of the rare species of birds, both native and migratory. Moreover, the Kankawati Fort is one of the wonders of Sariska that stands alone and neglected. As if aware of the fact that the fort is abandoned, the jungle beasts, especially the leopards, come here for some outdoor hunting spree.
As if the flora and fauna along with the historical grandeur were not enough, Sariska also has a number of excursion destinations to visit around. The Siliserh lake and the palace which also make an ideal picnic point, the Hides that provide real life opportunity to play hide and seek with the wild. Alwar is considered as the gateway to Rajasthan while Deeg is known for wonderful palaces and gardens. Moreover, all these excursion itineraries provide you with good eating and accommodation options to spend a day or two.
Sariska National Park is home to many temples of Hindus as well as Jains. Many of them have their own fairs and festivals. One of the major festivals is celebrated in the Pandupole Hanuman Temple and thousands of pilgrims visit this place every year from July to September.