What we love: the vast tents.
On the edge of Ranthambore Park lie the ten tents of Aman- I- Khas. Reminiscent of theMaharajahs’ hunting parties, these Mughal inspired tents are enormous and situated as to give maximum privacy. Bedrooms, sitting rooms and dressing areas are separated by cotton curtains and there is an opulent bathroom with rainfall shower and bathtub. Each tent has its own batman who will see to your every need and accompany you on outings and ensure your arrival and departure are seamless. The stepwell swimming pool is a delight and there is a fantastic Spa.
Dinner is either served in the dining room or outside if the weather permits and private dining can be set up in various locations. The camp offers bush dinners and picnic lunches in varied locations. Vegetables and herbs are supplied by the camp’s organic vegetable garden which the chef delights in showing guests around. Gather around the campfire with a drink in the evening.
Safaris are obviously a highlight here and you will be grateful for the blanket and hot water bottle in the early morning. Trek up to Ranthambore Fort to see Jain and Hindu temples and former Palaces. The camp also has a resident barber who descends from a community specializing in clean shaves.