Ranthambhore Fort

Situated within the territory of National Park, it is one of the oldest in India, protected by sheer cliffs on three sides and dotted with Jain and Hindu temples aong with Islamic Dargha and also the famous TRINETRA GANESH TEMPLE (THREE EYED LORD GANESH TEMPLE), where a millennium of history is on display in the ruins of its palaces. Explore these fascinating sites with a personal guide,

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Gharial Sanctuary

The sanctuary is located in the Pali Ghat village of Sawai Madhopur, which lies on the banks of the Chambal river. This is also an ideal spot for avid birdwatchers, as it is also a breeding site of the Indian Skimmer. Other birds that one can find here are ruddy shelducks, bar-headed geese, Indian courser, black-bellied terns, black-necked stork, Red-crested pochard, common crane, Ferruginous duck, Sarus crane, bar-headed goose, northern pintail, and common teal.

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Handicrafts

Our own in house Handicraft Shop & the other Handicraft shops of Sawai Madhopur bear a flourishing shopping scene for tourists to get their hands on some breathtaking locally produced items. Crafted carefully by hand and designed using the local elements in mind, these handicrafts and souvenirs are perfect gifts to take back home. As you walk through the handicraft district, you will be mesmerized by watching the village folks sprawled across the courtyards of local craft stores working effortlessly to create enamoring pieces of art.

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Mansarovar Dam

Situated in the south-western fringes of the Ranthambhore National Park and approximately 20 km from the main city, Mansarovar Dam is a world of its own.

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Surwal Lake

Surwal is a shallow lake situated approximately 10 km from Sawai Madhopur. This seasonal lake boasts of a charming bird watching spots amidst acres of lush agricultural fields. Early mornings, before the sun has the chance to awaken the world from slumber, keen bird watchers make their way to this lake, especially in the months between November and March.

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Keladevi Sanctuary

Covered in rich and dense forests, the Keladevi Sanctuary begins right after the Keladevi Temple and extends to both sides of the roads to eventually join the Northern arc of Ranthambore National Park. It was founded in 1983 and was eventually absorbed by Ranthambhore National Park in 1991.

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The Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum

The Rajiv Gandhi Regional Museum of Natural History,Sawai Madhopur is conceived to be a nonformal center for environmental education and creation of public awareness on conservation of nature and natural resources.The museum proposes to undertake the task of communication and creating public awareness through the potential medium of exhibits and educational activities. It would provide an understanding of the diversity of life on earth, the factors responsible for their well being, man’s dependence upon nature and the necessity to maintain our ecological heritage free from damage and destruction to ensure sustainable development, with special emphasis on the Western Arid region of India.

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