Khem Villas
Ranthambore National Park
Khem Villas is spread over 10 acres of indigenous trees, open grasslands and small water bodies. It is common to see jackals, jungle cats, hyenas, desert fox, hares etc within the camp grasslands. As it is close to the park one can sometimes see pug-marks of leopards, tiger and bears that have passed by; and sometimes if one is lucky one may even get to see them near the camp. The different habitats within the property have also created here a bird watchers paradise.

Accommodation is divided into three categories, the stress being on simplicity and locally sourced materials and skills. There are stand-alone cottages with private courtyard, a bedroom, large bathroom, an open to sky private plunge pool with an outdoor shower. There are tents erected on a wooden platform with all the modern amenities. The main building provides four bedrooms that are self contained and can be used as individual rooms or can be hired together for a small group.

The strictly vegetarian food is a selection of Indian, Western and Oriental, freshly cooked using mainly home grown organic vegetables. Even the milk is from the local farm where the cows are fed organic feed. A choice of alcoholic beverages and cocktails is available and guests can enjoy them either in the cosy bar or outside in the natural surroundings.

The spa here combines natural, holistic, health-giving treatments. There is a small plunge pool filled with fresh water to cool during the heat of the day.
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 Ranthambore 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 :
For special deals, please mention 'Khem Villas' in the subject and write to us.
About us     |        Disclaimer     |    Contact Us