Located in the heart of the ‘golden triangle’. Kesroli is almost equidistant from the tourist cities of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. It makes an ideal base to visit the Sariska tiger sanctuary, Kankwadi fort, Neelkanth Temples, Pandupol , the Fort–Palace and monuments of Tijara, Siliserh Lake, Jaisamand Lake, Bhangarh-Ajabgarh, the hot springs in Talvriksh, Rajgarh, Machari, Viratnagar, Deeg, the sanctuary in Bharatpur, the Jat mud fort of Govindgarh, the ancient city of Mathura and its renowned museum.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
The Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is home to numerous carnivores including leopards, jungle cats, hyenas, jackals, and tigers. These feed on an abundance of prey species such as Sambar, Chital, Nilgai, Chausingha, Wild Boar and Langur.
Sariska is also well known for its large population of the black-faced Rhesus Monkeys with large tails, which are found in large numbers around Talvriksh.
The avian world is also well represented with a rich and varied birdlife. These include Peafowl, Grey Partridge, Bush Quail, Sand Grouse, Tree Pie, Golden Backed Wood Pecker, Crested Serpent Eagle and the Great Indian Horned Owl. Sariska is 55 kilometres from Tijara Fort-Palace and is a must visit for all wildlife lovers!
Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Neelkanth temples are situated in close proximity to Sariska National Park.
Constructed between the 6th and the 9th century by Maharajadhiraja Mathanadeva, this temple is visited by numerous tourists and local residents. The temple is known for its erotic sculptures and has a vibe similar to the Khajuraho temples.
Attributing to its mythological significance, Pandupole is a renowned tourist spot situated in Alwar, near Sariska National Park.
A 35 feet waterfall and a sacred Hanuman temple are nestled on the way to Pandupole. The area is also home to various kind of flora and fauna including langurs, spurfowl, and more.
Cushioned in the middle of Sariska National Park, this fort was built in the seventeenth century during the famine.
The fort is open from October to July end. The tourists are free to rent a jeep from the Forest Office and proceed on a jeep safari to visit the Kankwadi Fort in Alwar.