Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary, one of the major tourist attractions in Sawai Madhopur, is situated at the intersection of two mountain ranges, Aravalli and Vindhayan Hills. Located around 9 kilometres away from the main city, the sanctuary boasts of diverse life forms and many rare species of plant and animal life.
The green wealth of Sawai Man Singh Sanctuary is evident by the presence of trees like siras, jamun, kadaya, amaltas, kadamb, goya khair, khaair, cheela, raunj, tendu, gurjan, khirni and saintha, salar and kathphadi. In addition to the abundance of plant life, the sanctuary also boasts of a great variety of fauna, much to the delight of wildlife lovers. Animal species present in the sanctuary range from cats like panthers and jungle cats to other species like chinkara, nilgai, wild boars, chitals, jackal, hares, hyenas and sambars. The popular bird varieties present here include the quails, minivets, vultures, flycatchers, sand grouses, peacocks, orioles, parakeets, sparrows and stone curlews.