Aman-I-Khas Camp - Ranthambore / Rajasthan
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 metresith airy living, sleeping and bathing areas.
Aman-i-Khas Tents, India
On the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, the camp’s ten expansive tents overlook a ruggedly beautiful landscape that is home to abundant wildlife. Positioned to ensure utmost privacy, the Tents offer soaring living spaces decorated with classic furnishings. The light-filled bathing area features a free-standing bathtub and shower, while the living room has twin writing desks
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
King-size bed or twin beds
Oversized daybed ideal for lounging
Twin writing desks
Bathing area with shower, bathtub, separate toilet
Dressing area, twin vanities
Chest cooler for drinks
Air conditioning, ceiling fan, heating
Dining Experiences at Aman-i-Khas
Beloved all over the world, Indian cuisine is renowned for its use of colourful, fragrant spices, its delicate layering of flavours and its balance between vegetarian and meat dishes. Using local family recipes passed down through the generations, our chefs also offer lighter variations of the classics and a range of international dishes, all of which can be tailored to suit individual tastes.
A lush oasis tended by dedicated gardeners, the camp’s organic kitchen garden provides fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs for the Dining Tent’s ever-changing menus. Chefs visit daily, to handpick what they need, and delight in touring the gardens with curious guests.
The lamp-lit ambience of the Dining Tent with its large communal table, multiple smaller settings and outdoor terrace harks back to the regal tent cities of Mughal emperors. The carefully curated menu offers international favourites as well as authentic Indian fare, including fragrant Rajasthani thalis. These round platters present a selection of various dishes from curries to dhal, accompanied by rice and homemade roti.
At the heart of the camp, the open-air fire pit is surrounded by comfortable seating with views of the surrounding forest. It is an ideal setting for informal meals or for basking in the serenity of the wilderness and the star-filled night sky. Nightly log fires make it a gathering point – a post-dinner outdoor salon where guests recount and reflect on the day’s explorations.
Aman-i-khas, India, PicnicAddress: Ranthambhore Road, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan,
Hotel Type: Hotel
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