Ranthambhore National Park
Reminiscent of bygone days of the adventurous Mughal travellers, Aman-i-Khás is a luxury tented haven on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park. The camp offers guests exceptional levels of comfort in a wilderness setting. These permanent tents are privately located around the camp’s central outdoor fireplace. Surrounded by cushioned, stone banquettes, the fireplace provides the camp’s focal point, as well as breathtaking vistas of the Aravalli Hills. A natural watering hole nearby lures smaller animals to quench their thirst.

Mughal-inspired 10 air-conditioned tents have soaring 6-metre canopies and delicately draped screens of fine cotton, which separate the tents into different areas for sleeping, dressing, bathing and living. Stylish and elegant, these tents are fitted with every modern necessity.

The dining tent serves Indian and a range of Western dishes with vegetables and herbs from the camp's organic garden. Furnished with banquettes, reading tables and chairs, the lounge tent provides a wide selection of coffee table books, novels, magazines and board games. The spa tent offers various treatments and the step-well pool designed in the traditional Indian style of the ancient step-wells provides a refreshing dip after a day’s safari.
Activities and Excursions :
Twice-daily guided excursions are organised into the core of Ranthambore National Park. Once the hunting grounds of the Maharajah of Jaipur, the region was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1955. Early morning and late afternoon are the best times to view game which includes not just tigers, but also leopards, smaller jungle cats, hyenas, sloth bears, deer, antelopes, gazelles, crocodiles and over 350 known species of resident and migratory birds.

The magnificent 8th century strikingly beautiful Ranthambhore Fort is situated within the National Park and one can enjoy a picnic on the fort.

The old city of Sawai Madhopur has some interesting old temples and its market is known for its silver jewellery, indigenous perfumes and other local craft.
How To Get There :
The nearest railhead is Sawai Madhopur Junction, a 15 minute drive away. There are several trains every day from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Jodhpur and other cities. The nearest airport is Jaipur (170 km / 4 hours). Jaipur in turn is accessible from all parts of the country through regular and connecting flights and good trains.
Price :
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