The planned city by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I, Sawai Madhopur, is one travelers delight interested in exploring the old-world charm of India, together with living their love for adventure. The district is majorly famous for the Ranthambore National Park and the Ranthambore Fort, which is recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

There also are various temples dotted throughout the district. Sawai Madhopur is alternatively known for the Ranthambore National Park. In the year 1955, the park was announced as a game sanctuary, later in the year 1972, the park initiated the Project Tiger, and finally in the year 1980, the park acquired the status of a National Park.

The national park hosts abundant of Forest Trees, which include Dhok mixed with Khair, Pipal, Raunj, Vad, Goya, Gurjan, Amaltas, Siris Saintha, Gular, Tendu, and Chhela. Additionally, various mammals, such as Ratel, Sloth Bear, Sambar, Chital, Hyena, Wild Boar, Jungle Cat, Jackal, Chinkara, Common Fox, Tiger, Leopard, Common Langur, Blue Bull, Caracal, and many more, find their shelter in the national park.

The visitors can also opt for jeep or elephant safari to explore the best of the park. Moreover, there also are numerous native and migratory birds found in the park that further makes it a delight for bird watchers and wildlife photographers.