Alwar lies at 150km from Jaipur and 170km from Delhi. As it is nestled between a cluster of small hills of the Aravali range, the beauty enhances with the fact. As the place is perched on the most prominent of these hills, it offers breathtaking views and magnificently beautiful spots to enthrall.
Some of the finest variety of birds and animals
Enjoy one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan
Witness excellent tiger community at Sariska
Lush green deciduous forests and lakes
Architectural splendours surrounding the harsh hills
Alwar is also known as the Tiger Gate of Rajasthan as it is surrounded by Aravali hills. Moreover, the deep valleys and the thick forest cover also attract good number of tourists from around the world. It is indeed a haven for many species of birds and animals thus making it an ideal place to visit.
Alwar is one of the oldest cities of the state and that is what makes it historically rich and noteworthy. With sites offering an archaeologist’s delight, it is both the oldest and the newest of the Rajput Kingdoms.
A member of the Kachh family founded the city of Alwar, however it was controlled by the Kachhwahas of Nikumbhas. Be it grandeur, beauty or delicacy, the town scores high on every front. With innumerable forts and palaces of the region, the tranquil lakes, stately hunting lodges, the place is worth visiting. What’s more, thick forests with several of birds and animals makes this place truly a delightful experience to undergo.
Bhangarh Fort (Most Haunted Places of India) located on the way to Alwar and Jaipur.
Alwar is also known as the Tiger Gate of Rajasthan