The variety of attractions in various parts of Sawai Madhopur makes it a sought after place in Rajasthan. The tourist attractions in the place range from forts, havelis to national park.
Khandar Fort: The splendid architecture of the fort is a treat to the eye of the tourists. As you visit the fort, the two water tanks of the fort will surely attract your attention. In the fort, there is also the beautiful Hawa Mahal. These attractions are a manifestation of the grandeur and splendor of the ester years.
Ranthambore Fort: Ranthambore Fort in Sawai Madhopur is one of the most popular forts in Rajasthan. This fort is located on the top of a rocky outcrop. The religious significance of the fort is also a great attraction for devotees. The presence of a number of temples and mosques in the Ranthambore Fort in Sawai Madhopur India attracts a large number of devotees as well.
Ranthambore National Park: Ranthambore National park covers an area of 392 km sq. It is mainly popular for its population of tigers.
Chamatkar Temple: The word 'Chamatkar' means miracle. The temple is dedicated to Lord Adinath. The prime attraction of the temple is the number of Jain Tirthankaras idols. There is also a belief attached to the temple. It is believed that wishes made at this temple are always fulfilled.
Kala Gaura Bhairava Temple: Kala Gaura Bhairav Temple is located on a hill-top and lies in the city-center. One unique thing about the temple is that the main deity is installed at the entrance, unlike other Hindu temples, which have the main deity installed inside.
Chauth Mata Temple: Chauth Mata Temple have attraction for temple's architecture. It has typical Rajput style,Various designs which are being made from white marble. All the walls, pillars and the ceilings of the temples are beautifully decorated. The architectural design reflects the bygone era's culture and heritage.
Padam Talao: The Padam Talao is the largest of the lakes present in the park. The famous and beautiful Jogi Mahal is located at the very edge of this lake. In the early hours of the morning and just before sunset, animals can be seen in large numbers on the lake side.
Bakula: The Bakula is a thickly forested area inside the Ranthambhore National Park, consisting of dense forest with many small pools and water holes. Tigresses with young cubs are often seen near the water holes in Bakaula, since the dense forest provides cool hides for a tigress and her young, making a major attraction.