Talvriksha Trek is about 25 km down, where you will see the village Natni ka Baran, from where a 6-km trek leads to Naldesh¬war
Talvriksha Trek is a must visit during the rains is Talvriksha, about 45 km south-west of Alwar.
A 10-km diversion from Kushalgarh on the Sariska-Alwar Road leads up to some cold and hot water springs, a Ganga temple, and abundant natural beauty.
How to get there
By Air: Jaipur is well connected to all the major cities which include Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, Jodhpur, Udaipur.
By Bus: Rajasthan Roadways run very comfortable deluxe & air conditioned buses from Delhi (Bikaner House, Nr. India Gate) to Jaipur.
The roads are very good, and it takes around 5-6 hrs from Delhi.
You can also come by taxi.
By Train: Jaipur is on the Broad Gauge and hence connected to all the metro cities of India.
There are daily trains from Delhi in morning (Shatabdhi Exp) and evening (Intercity Exp).
Nearest Town: Kesroli and Sariska
Distance: Jaipur - New Delhi 259 Km, Jaipur - Mumbai 1202 Km
Exact Location: Jaigarh is 15 km from Jaipur, 400 ft above the Amber Fort; Nahargarh lies 6 km North of Jaipur.
Best Time to visit: In monsoon
- Prospective visitors to this area should enquire with their trek organizers for details for an alternative itinerary.
- Collect or exchange as much small change as practical, very few people seem to have change, especially in rural areas.
- In the city you can travel by un-metered auto-rickshaws, buses, cycle-rickshaws or you can also use car cabs and car-taxi.
- The Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation operates regular bus service for local city tour.
A picturesque lake built by Maharaja Jai Singh, A memorial to Maharaja Bhakhtawar Singh and his queen Rani Moosi, Vinay vilas- A glorious blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, Vijay Mandir (1918) is a magnificent palace located 10km from Alwar.
Architectural marvels, perhaps the most popular being the Hawa Mahal, The city palace, Amber fort, Govind Deoji Mandir, Rambagh Palace, Kanak Valley and Laxmi Naryan Temple.