The city of Sawai Madhopur is known for its vast variety of sightseeing situated amongst mountain ranges, forests and desert areas. These destinations include religious attractions like Amareshwar Mahadeo temple, Chamatkarji Jain temple, Dushmeshwar Mahadeo temple, Kala Gaura Bhairava temple, Shri Mahaveerji temple, Chauth Mata temple, Hanuman temple, Chaturbhuja temple, Rani temple, Gobind Devji temple, Jagatpalji temple, Ganesha temple, Jayanti Mata temple and a mosque.
The Amareshwar Mahadeo temple is also one of its popular picnic spots, while the Chamatkarji Jain temple is known for its miracles and Sarad Purnima Mela. Kala Gaura Bhairava temple is known for its ‘tantrik kriyas’ and an idol of goddess who wears a clad of both ‘rajsi’ and ‘tamsi’ style. Other temples like Chauth Mata temple, Hanuman temple, Chaturbhuja temple, Rani temple, Gobind Devji temple, Jagatpalji temple, Ganesha temple and Jayanti Mata temple along with the mosque are situated within the premises of Khandar and Ranthambhore Fort.
The Khandar and Ranthambhore Fort along with the Jogi Mahal are the historical attractions of Sawai Madhopur. Khandar fort is known for its ancient architecture and temples present in its premises while the Ranthambhore Fort is one of the oldest forts of Rajasthan.
The city is also home to Surwal Lake, which is popular for its migratory birds along with Ranthambhore National Park and Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary. Ranthambhore National Park is a tiger preservation centre, while Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary houses some rare species of flora and fauna.