Kaila Devi Temple- Kaila Devi temple is a hindu religion temple, known to be one of the 9 Shakti peeths of goddess Durga. Located on the banks of Kalisil river at a distance of 23 km from the Karauli city.
Gufa Temple- Gufa temple is believed to be the original temple of Kaila Devi. The native and foreign tourists are requested not to venture into this region as this forest area is dotted with wild animals. This temple falls under the jungle of the Ranthambore. The devotees walk nearly 8–10 km from the town in order to reach this temple and have darshan.
Kaila Devi Sanctuary- Near the Kaila Devi temple their is Kaila Devi sanctuary which has Chinkaras, Nilgai, Jackal and Leopardswith bids like Sandpipers and Kingfishers. It spreads upto Ranthambhore National Park and is a perfect picnic spot.
City Palace Karauli– Built by the Arjun Pal, founder of Karauli in 14th century, now cty palace only has some remains. The structure which one can see in the name of city palace was erected by Rajas Gopal Singh in the 18th century. City Palace of Karauli has many colors as red, white and off-white stone were used in its construction and painted with bright colors.
Madan Mohan Temple- Located near the city palace, Madan Mohan temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is believed to be auspicious to visit Govingji, Gopinathji temple of Jaipur and Madan Mohan temple on the same day. Jaipur is at 160 km or 3.5 hr distance from Karauli. Temple timings are 4 – 11:30 am, 6:30 – 9 pm in summers and 5 am – 12:30 pm , 5:30 – 8 pm in winters.
Karauli Cattle Fair- On the day of Maha Shivratri festival, Karauli cattle fair is organised where thousands of cattle accumulate in Karauli’s Mela Gate area. There are competitions which provides entertainment and a chance to pick up the best cattle. There are other items other than cattle to buy in the fair. Visitors can find here Nagauri bead necklaces, Jodhpuri brasware and horn decorations. Fair timings are 6 am to 7 pm in the month of february at Mela gate of Karauli city.