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The place is known for the Ranthambore National Park which is home to many tigers. A UNESCO declared heritage has a lot to offer from tigers to architectures, the place is quite interesting for wanderers. It is best to visit from November to February because there are more chances of spotting tigers in winter. Sawai Madhopur is a city in the state of Rajasthan in the Sawai Madhopur district. It is a popular tourist destination for people because of the Ranthambore national park and the fort which is a UNESCO World heritage. It is also known for the Trinetra Ganesh Temple. It is a beautiful city and guavas are grown all around it. The culturally rich city has so many fairs and festivals that keep happening making the vibe around the city more happening and fun.

Places to visit in Sawai Madhopur

Ranthambore National Park

If you want to experience something utterly blissful then visiting Ranthambore National Park would be a great decision for you. This park covers an area of about 329 sq km and is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit with your family and friends.

Chauth Mata Temple

The Chauth Mata Temple is quite a tranquil place to visit around Sawai Madhopur. This place was built by Maharaja Bhim Singh. And if the legends are to be believed then the king brought the idol of Chauth Mata from Pachala. This place attracts a great number of people from across the world on an annual basis.

Surwal Lake

This is a seasonal lake which offers amazing scenic views to the tourists and travellers. Undoubtedly, this lake is considered a heaven for all nature lovers. The picturesque and scenic places give Sawai Madhopur an amazing sense of wonder and charm.

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Things to do in Sawai Madhopur

Visit Chamatkar Temple

There is a popular belief that by worshipping in this temple all the wishes of the devotees gets fulfilled.

Visit Kachida Valley

The Kachida Valley is one of the best places to visit and explore its amazing sense of visual depiction.

Khandar Fort

The Khandar Fort is undoubtedly a historical wonder to explore and discover. Travelling to this place, you will get to an amazing sense of

Events and festivals in & around Sawai Madhopur

International Kite Festival

The international kite festival is celebrated as one of the biggest festivals. The festival of Uttarayan marks the day when the winter season begins to turn into summer which is according to the Indian calendar. It is a kind of sign for farmers that the sun is back and that the harvest season is approaching which is called Makara Sankranti. Read more...

Winter Festival

The Winter Festival is celebrated in Mt.Abu. This is basically a joint initiative of the Tamil Nadu Municipal Board and Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation to start this festival. Read more...

Desert Festival

This is basically an annual event which takes place in the month of February. This festival is held in the Hindu month of Magh which is three days prior to the full moon. So, if you ever visit this place then experiencing the Desert Festival becomes a must. Read more...

Best time to visit Sawai Madhopur

The best time to visit Sawai Madhopur is from October to April. During this time, the overall temperature is quite good for travelling and sightseeing.

How to reach Sawai Madhopur?

By Air - The Jaipur Airport is the nearest airport from Sawai Madhopur. From there, you can catch a taxi or a bus to reach your destination.

By Road - The overall connectivity via road network is quite good. So, if you are planning to visit Sawai Madhopur via road then it would be a convenient option for you.

By Train - The overall connectivity via train is also good. Thus, if you are planning to visit via train then your journey would be quite convenient.

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