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Sawai Madhopur Tours

Sawai Madhopur is a city that is situated in the state of Rajasthan in the Sawai Madhopur district. The area is the home of the well-known Ranthambhor National Park and also the Ranthambhor Fortress. The fortress is located inside the boundaries of the park itself and it is an important tourist destination in the state. The city was developed in the mid 18th century by an emperor called Sawai Madhopur. The city is also well known for its guavas.

Tourist Attractions in Sawai Madhopur

Jogi Mahal - The Jogi Mahal is situated in the forest area of Sawai Madhopur near Ranthambhore. This mahal was the hunting lodge of Maharaja of Jaipur but it was later turned into a hotel by the Rajasthan Government. This palace also provides clear view of the Padam Talab, known for its water lilies.

Khandar Fort - Khandar Fort in an ancient fort situated in the Khandar Tehsil of Sawai Madhopur at 40 km from the city. This fort forms the boundary of the Ranthambhore National Park. It lies on a vertical hill and has three main entrances. The king of this fort was famous for never having lost a battle

Ranthambhore Fort - The Ranthambhore Fort was built in the 8th century by the Chauhans. This fort is said to be one of the oldest ones in Rajasthan. It is situated in an ecological desert, surrounded by Vindhyas and Aravalli Mountain Ranges. It has been ruled for a long time by Raja Hamir Deva who became the King in 1283 A.D. It also has been attacked several times by rulers like Qutub-ud-din, Allaudin Khilji, Feroz Tughlaq and Bahadur Shah.

Ranthambhore National Park - Ranthambhore National Park is another significant sightseeing attraction of Sawai Madhopur, situated at 11 km from the city, in the forest area. It is one of the largest and most famous national parks of northern India. This park is mainly under the task of preserving and breeding tigers to ensure a sure increase in their population. Besides tigers, this national park also houses many species of animals, birds, reptiles and flora. Its premises also include three lakes namely Padam Talab, Raj Bagh Talab and Malik Talab. Its most popular feature is its wildlife safari, along with valleys of Nal Ghanti, Bakula, Anantpur, Lahpur and Kachida.