Sumptuously chic safari, Maharaja style
- Ten luxury tents
- Swimming pool
- Safari game drives
- Excursions to Khandar Fort
- Cultural tours
In Ranthambore National Park’s buffer zone, surrounded by ruggedly beautiful landscapes, the Aman-i-Khas is the most opulent way to safari here.
There are ten sumptuous tents spread out in the sun-dappled brushwood forest, each echoing Mughal pavilions with high canopied ceilings, huge beds and a sunken marble bathtub. White cotton curtains divide the sleeping, living and dressing areas with a sprawling daybed at the tent’s centre.
An outdoor fireplace is the heart of the camp, where stories of the day’s game drives are shared over G&Ts each evening. Other communal areas include the cool swimming pool and dining tent with its daily changing menu of local Rajasthani specialities or culinary concepts from Kerala made with vegetables and herbs grown in the camp’s organic garden.
Aside from twice daily game drives in search of Ranthambore’s abundant wildlife, explore nearby Khandar Fort or head out on birdwatching treks, all to be arranged with the round-the-clock help of your personal ‘batman’ butler.