Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II built the Sawai-Madhopur Lodge in
1930 AD to use it during his hunting trips to the forest.
Hunting was the passion of many members of the royal family of
Jaipur. The 70-year-old Sawai Madhopur Lodge is spread over 12
acres of manicured gardens.
Sawai Madhopur Lodge offers 27 rooms including the suites, which
were used by ministers of the royal family. Six tents are set up
from October to March. The rooms feature a mini bar, writing
table, dressing table and a color television. A complimentary
bottle of wine is served on arrival. Attached bathrooms are
spacious and clean.
Sawai Madhopur Lodge is offers fine dining. Try out Indian and
Continental Delicacies at the Dining Room. The Neem Terrace is
an open-air terrace where refreshments can be had while enjoying
the cool breeze.
Specialized services for conferences and meetings are available.
The dining room is converted into a meeting room or auditorium
depending on the number of people. There is a Business Center
with facilities like fax, e-mail, Internet and photocopier.
Health and Leisure Activities
Sawai Madhopur Lodge takes care of your recreation and
entertainment during your stay. Pamper your body with massages
and aromatherapy at the Spa. Enjoy games like badminton,
croquet, tennis and pool at the lodge. If you are health
conscious, you can enjoy nature walks, cycling and jogging.
Learn more about the wildlife of Ranthambore by watching
wildlife films and slide shows.
closest airport is Jaipur (3hrs). From Delhi, it's best to take
the train, as state roads are nothing to write home about. Sawai
Madhopur is the closest railhead. Your fastest option is the
August Kranti Rajdhani. The camp is 20 minutes drive from the
The camp runs from October to April. Stays are offered In blocks
of three nights, and guests must arrive either on Monday or
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