Sariska Tiger Reserve is a protected area located in the Alwar district of the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is known for its rich biodiversity and is one of the important wildlife sanctuaries in India. It is home to a variety of wildlife species, including Bengal tigers, leopards, striped hyenas, jungle cats, and numerous species of deer such as sambar, chital (spotted deer), and nilgai (blue bull).
The reserve also houses a significant population of rhesus macaques and langur monkeys. Visitors to Sariska Tiger Reserve can explore the sanctuary through jeep safaris and canter safaris. These safaris offer a chance to observe the wildlife, enjoy the natural beauty, and learn about the region's ecology.
Sariska Tiger Reserve has been an important site for tiger conservation efforts in India. It was declared a tiger reserve in 1978, although the tiger population faced challenges in the past due to poaching. Conservation efforts have been made to protect and rehabilitate the tiger population.