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Ranthambhore OVERVIEW

Ranthambore is called the home of friendly tigers and fascinating variety of flora-fauna that becomes a bliss for photographers and wildlife lovers, the only place where you can be close to a wild species without getting harmed. The Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary is the prior reason that attracts tourists on a larger count towards the city and then comes the forts, temples, lakes and museums that unveils the history of the land. The fort built by the Chauhan Dynasty is declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO.

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The Tiger Roar

An exotic 4 star resort that is surrounded by grass fields, green lawns for celebrations, multi cuisine restaurant and ritzy rooms that offer comfort.

Places To Visit In Ranthambhore

Ranthambore National Park

Listed amongst the most beautiful wildlife reserves of India that sprawls over 392 sq km, this national park is one of the most beautiful places to visit Sawai Madhopur. Was established in 1974, apart from the habitat of deer, nilgai, leopard cat, jungle cat, sloth bear, palm civet, Indian gazelle, and cobras. The national park has a huge lake called Padam Talao where numerous birds are spotted.

Chauth Mata Temple

A peaceful place to visit in Sawai Madhopur built by Maharaja Bhim Singh, locals believe that the king brought the idol of Chauth Mata from Pachala and established it on a hill near Sawai Madhopur. In later years, a temple was built on the hill featuring Rajput style structure and architecture, you can climb quite a few steps to reach this temple located on the hilltop. The temple also has idols of Bhairava and Ganesha, which attracts pilgrims throughout the year, especially during Ganesh Chaturthi.

Ranthambore Fort

An oldest fort in Rajasthan built in 8th century by Chauhan dynasty is located 5 km inside the wildlife sanctuary it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the major Sawai Madhopur tourism attractions. Perched at a 700 feet high hill, the fort offers an amazing view of the surrounding lakes and the national park. The taran dwar, a 32 pillared chhatri, and Sameton ki Haveli are some of the most beautiful attractions of the fort.

Surwal Lake

Surrounded by meadows, farmlands and villages, Surwal is a seasonal yet very picturesque lake that is considered a haven for nature lovers and bird watchers as it acts as the habitat of numerous migratory birds like spoonbills, sarus cranes, and greylag geese. This is one of the most scenic places near Sawai Madhopur for a day-long picnic and photogenic sunrise views.

Kachida Valley

Kachida Valley is a visual treat and one of the most picturesque places to visit at Sawai Madhopur that is dotted with rugged hillocks and opulent forests. An ideal place for wildlife buffs and nature enthusiasts, this is home to wild boars, sloth bears, and panthers. Travellers can enjoy jeep safari, spot wildlife, and admire the best views of the surrounding forests.

Khandar Fort

An architectural beauty that stands amongst the most extravagant places to visit near Sawai Madhopur, also features huge structures and fortified walls. The Khandar Fort was built by a Mewar king, who never lost any battle and has temples located inside such as Jain temple, Rani temple, Jagatpal Ji temple, Chaturbhuja temple, and Hanuman temple, etc. A drive to the fort is quite enthralling and the panoramic view from the fort is a sight to behold.

Trinetra Ganesh Temple

A famous Hindu Temple for the entire Rajasthan that is perched inside the Ranthambore Fort is a historical source revealing that the temple was built in 1299, during a war between King Hameer who was a devotee for Lord Ganesha and Ala-ud-din Khilji. He dreamt of a trinetra idol, won the battle and constructed a beautiful temple within the fort. This is one of the must-see tourist places in Sawai Madhopur and the only temple in the world that has the whole family of Lord Ganesha.

Amareshwar Mahadev Temple

A popular tourist destination in Sawai Madhopur that is more than 1200 years old and holds a great significance in the lives of the people in Ranthambore. While you go to seek blessings, you will have a thrilling experience as the way to reach the temple consists of adventures and waterfalls too. So, do visit this temple while visiting Sawai Madhopur.

Chambal River

The most renowned tourist destination in Sawai Madhopur where you can travel with your family or friends and can enjoy the crocodile safari at palighat in the National Chambal Sanctuary. The national park is paradise for nature lovers to spend holidays and tourists can enjoy many things other than jungle safari.

National Chambal Sanctuary

National Chambal Sanctuary is one of the famous tourist places to visit in Sawai Madhopur. You can travel with your family or friends to enjoy the crocodile safari at palighat in the National Chambal Sanctuary. Ranthambore National park is a paradise for nature lovers to spend holidays, you can enjoy many things other than jungle safari - crocodile Safari is one of the best activities. It takes around an hour to reach Chambal River Safari place in Pali Ghat.


A craft village near Sawai Madhopur from where you can buy indigenous craft items, it is located 9 km away in Ramsinghpura Village. You will find a wide variety of arts, crafts, and local items. If you wish to have a unique shopping experience on your trip to this part of Rajasthan, then you should definitely plan a visit to Shilpgram. The museum has been established to support local ethnic groups and crafts and you should appreciate and promote it being Indian citizens.