Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore

Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore

A majestic self-contained oasis set in 10 acres and surrounded by the pristine wilderness of the Aravalli Hills in rural Rajasthan

A secluded wilderness camp offering unrivalled access to nature and a crackling campfire at its heart 10 luxurious guest tents that rise to six meters with airy living, sleeping and bathing areas Indian and Western cuisines served in the Dining Tent with produce from the camp’s organic garden Serene Spa Tent and a secluded swimming pool modelled on the area’s ancient step-wells Guided 3.5-hour Jeep safaris take place in the early morning and late afternoon India’s wilderness has a primal allure, unchanged since the dawn of time. The domain of the majestic Bengal tiger, Ranthambore National Park is starkly beautiful, its green and gold hues the perfect backdrop to Aman-i-Khas.

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Situated on the threshold of the reserve, this intimate tented camp offers incomparable privacy and Mughal-era romance – each tent an elegant sanctuary beneath its soaring canopy. Daily Jeep safaris seek out the reserve’s wildlife, while back at camp, spa therapies, swimming and dining take centre stage. Each tent is assigned an experienced batman to accompany guests into the jungle, along the River Chambal and to cultural sites – all rich material for storytelling come nightfall, when the fire pit glows beneath a starlit sky.

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Luxury Tents

Each 108-square-metre (1,162-square-foot), Mughal-inspired tent features a soaring bedroom, living area and bathroom separated by cotton drapes, all elegantly furnished. A sun deck is ideal for watching passing birdlife

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