Alwar- One day trip for NCR

We the people residing in parts of NCR are always looking out for a new place to hangout but eventually always end up in one mall or another. The reason being that many of us don’t know where to start for and malls are often the easiest thought in mind. But recently we found out […]

We the people residing in parts of NCR are always looking out for a new place to hangout but eventually always end up in one mall or another. The reason being that many of us don’t know where to start for and malls are often the easiest thought in mind. But recently we found out a place which is not very far away from NCR and is quite unexplored by the majority.

Siliserh Lake located in the vicinity of Alwar is a humongous lake which is not much of a tourist attraction as it has not been able to reach out to many quite possibly due to the ignorance or failure of Rajasthan Goverment to market it as a tourist spot.

The scenic view of Siliserh Lake

Around 4-5 hours drive from Noida, or maybe 3 incase you are a retard who won’t mind not coming back home, this place has not much to offer apart from it’s natural beauty, and yeah some deadly crocodiles lingering around the lake. Though they are “vegetarian crocodiles” in the words of the locals, you sure don’t wanna find out yourself. You can get up close these beasts as much as 10m but that’s on you if some croc takes a bite at your leg because there is no security at all.

Crocs enjoying the winter sun

You can also enjoy boating with your friends and family as there are a couple of boats to choose from and costs around 100 bucks for each person. The entry fee to this palace is 100 bucks where you can enjoy some good coffee along with the view of this beautiful location. The place does not offer any good eating places so you can always go back to Alwar city and have some lip smacking authentic Rajasthani food. Do not forget to get your hands on some Kalakand(milk cake) which Alwar is famous for.

Siliserh Lake

Do tell us how you liked the place once you’ve been there and any other places that you know we can possibly explore in our next trip.

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