Sariska National Park is mainly a tiger reserve, but houses many other species of birds and animals. Stretching across an area of 800 sq.km and lying amidst Aravali Ranges the park is covered with thick Dhok forests. The Kankwari fort (built by Aurangzeb), Shiva Temple and Sariska Palace are situated inside this wild life sanctuary. The Sariska National Park houses the largest number of pea howls in India; amongst other species include crocodiles in Siliserh Lake, sambhar, four-horned antelope, langur, etc. Camel safaris or jeep safaris can be booked from Forest Reservation Office. October to June or January to February is the best time to visit this place. An entry ticket of Rs. 25 and a fee of Rs.10 for camera are charged by the maintenance office in this park.