Rooms & Suites: 6
The experience at Aman-i-Khas is focused on viewing wildlife, in particular, the tiger.
Ranthambhore National Park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1955. It was once the hunting grounds of the Maharajah of Jaipur. Following the launch of Project Tiger and concerted conservation efforts to save the big cats, the tiger population is now more visible and stable. Open for only seven months of the year, Aman-i-Khas is a wilderness camp located in a rugged brushwood forest on the fringes of Ranthambhore National Park. The park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1955 and was once the hunting grounds of the Maharajah of Jaipur. The camp blends in unobtrusively with the native vegetation of tall grasses, scrub and trees. Accommodation is in ten luxury air-conditioned tents, each with soaring canopies draped in the Moghul style. Furniture is minimal and unobtrusive, mimicking the travelling camps of an earlier time. There are also three separate tents for dining, massage and reading. Meals are often served in different locations throughout the grounds and diner is most often concluded around a roaring outdoor fire. Twice-daily, guided wildlife viewing excursions take guests into the park in open four-wheel-drive vehicles to spot indigenous game, including tigers, leopards, hyenas, sloth bears, crocodiles and chital deer.
Adventure/Eco/Nature, Romantic Getaway, Safari, Spa & Wellness
Katie Perry and Russell Brand were married here.
Jaipur-Sanganeer International Airport (JAI)
November through April