LOCAL SIGHT SEEING
The Kankwari Fort
As your car climbs through a thick Deodar forest, Kufri lies snug between the Pines and meadows at a height of 8630 feet. One can view the entire magnificence of the dense Deodar forest on route to this town which offers one the scenic view of the entire snow-clad Himalayan ranges. Kufri houses a zoological park with activities such as horse riding and skiing in winters.
Bhangarh is known for its demolished structures and is a compositionally noteworthy site that has some part of untold stories.
This is one of the most visited temples in Sariska which is inside the sanctuary. Get amazed by the amazing beauty of the rocks and the stunning architecture.
Siliserh Lake is arranged only 13 Kms from Alwar city furthermore can be utilized as stopover before you proceed onward Sariska National Park, Lake is that delightful that everybody needs to stay for some additional time, Lovely Siliserh Lake Palace gives choice to stay with a stunning perspective of 10.5 Kms lake, Beautiful sceneries of Aravali slopes includes it excellence, One can spend numerous hours by simply observing of the lake from Terrace of Lake Palace Siliserh.
This beautiful temple is over 1000 years old and it is dedicated to Bhartrihari Baba the then ruler of Ujjain. It is built in traditional Rajasthani style with floral columns, open corridors and beautiful arches.
Neelkanth Mahadev temple
Alwar’s Neelkanth Mahadev Temple: Shiva’s den near Sariska Tiger Reserve: Around 25-30 km away from the Sariska National Park, in the Tehla village of Alwar, which falls in the buffer zone of the Sariska tiger reserve, stands a Shiva temple complex that dates back to the 7th-10th century CE. The temple was built by Maharajadhiraja Mathanadeva Bargujar, a Pratihara feudatory ruler, as evident from an inscription dated 961 CE and a rock edict inside the Sariska Tiger Reserve, which is mentioned by l. Known as the Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, the site sits on an isolated plateau top, which is surrounded by ruined walls of the Rajorgarh Fort. A steep rough hilly track and a strenuous drive that accords some dramatic views of the surrounding landscape takes one to this temple complex.