Founded by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh in the 17th century, Sawai Madhopur is a city in Rajasthan, India. January 19th is considered the foundation day of the city. Just Like the rest of Rajasthan, Sawai Madhopur is a frequent destination and has its own unique importance. The city’s nickname is ‘Tiger City’ because it has the Ranthambhore National Park. Visitors from different directions of the country flocked to Sawai Madhopur.

Sawai Madhopur offers visitors a variety of tourist attractions. People can fly to Ranthambhore National Park, where they can see famous fauna like tigers, jaguars, elephants, etc. Sawai Madhopur also owns the Ranthambhore Fortress, attracting historians, the Shilpa-Gram craft complex, Rajiv Gandhi Region Museum of Natural History and many more.

How Are You Getting There

By Air
Sawai Madhopur is connected by air via the nearest airport, Jaipur airfield, round 180 km from the city. It has common flights to most of the major Indian cities. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and a tourist hub is well connected to all the major destinations inside and outside Rajasthan.

By Rail
Sawai Madhopur has its own railway station. The city’s railway station is located on the major line between Delhi and Mumbai and boasts a boasts several trains to the most important destinations. It depends on you, which train are you booking?

By Road
Sawai Madhopur is connected by a good mesh of roads with the other cities of Rajasthan as well as with Agra (226 km), Bharatpur (166 km), Delhi (434 km), Kota (217 km) and Jaipur (176 km).

Are you confused about whom transport is more suitable for travel? Have an answer. Try the luxurious “Royal Rajasthan Palace on Wheels” train that will take you on a seven-day astounding journey through the colorful state of Rajasthan. Traveling on these trains can be the most vivid impression of your life! And it’s not just the exquisite interiors and the highest level of service, but it’s also matter of the beautiful views and cities passing by the window, the stops on the routes and excursions.