Sawai Madhopur - Tiger city OR Madhopur guavas

Sawai Madhopur Travel Guide

The royal state of Rajasthan has always been a hot favourite tourist place among tour and travel aficionados. The royal state has something for all types of tourists. And this is the main reason that a heavy influx of tourist can be seen here all round the year. Sawai Madhopur is also one of the major attractions in the royal state of Rajasthan that offers a great experience to all those who come to explore the untouched beauty of the royal state in their own ways. The major tourist place in Rajasthan is a home to a number of major attractions ranging from national parks to temples, forts, palaces to traditional bazaars.

Ranthambore national park is one of the major attraction in Sawai Madhopur. As far as the deep description of Ranthambore national park is concerned, it is nestled in the district of Sawai Madhopur that is a paradise for wildlife tour enthusiasts. Here, you will get an opportunity to see more than 350 species of birds, more than 40 species of mammals, 35 varieties of reptiles, and a number of other endangered species of animals like leopard, tigers, crocodiles, deer, jungle cats, chital, wild boar, jackal, hyena, and the list goes on. However, it is one of the perfect destinations to see tigers in their natural habitants.

Ranthambore national park is spread in the area of more than 392 sq km. However, earlier it was the hunting ground for the erstwhile rulers that was converted into national park in the year of 1955 with an tiger preserve project. You can see tigers and other species of animals and birds throughout the year. But choosing the time between February to May would be the best. This is because the months of June to September, the area is converted into complete jungle with dense green grass, water, mud, etc. In fact, it is also keep in mind that the park remains closed from the month of July to September due to raining season. Exploring it during the months of October to March is also the right decision to see different animals in their natural habitants.

In addition to Ranthombore national park, Sawai Madhopur is also famous for Ranthambore fort. When it comes to reach to Sawai Madhopur, it is easy and hassle-free as the city is well connected to all the major cities of the country via road. There are also a number of hotels ranging from luxury hotels to heritage hotels where you can stay and experience the royal lifestyle of Rajput kings.

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