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Memorable experiences with meaning

From the mountain wilds Rajasthan spice-fragranced air of Sri Lanka’s palm edged coast, the Indian subcontinent promises the extraordinary in both nature and culture. The most powerful experiences are the ones that make a difference which lasts long after they are over. Whether we are venturing into the wild to contribute to conservation projects, supporting local communities, or simply opening ourselves up to new narratives, histories and perspectives, the memories we make are richer and more precious when they have sense of purpose behind them.
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The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

Mahatma Gandhi

India

Experience the vivid colours, cultures and wildlife of India with Aman, travelling through the rugged state of Rajasthan to Amanbagh, set in a former Mughal hunting ground, and to one of the world’s foremost tiger sanctuaries, Ranthambore National Park, with the canvas pavilions of Aman-i-Khas standing at the threshold. The two destinations are a short drive away from each other and can be easily combined into a single journey with a private vehicle and driver arranged by Aman.
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Seating areas outside tented acommodaiton at Aman-I-Khas

Aman-i-khas, Ranthambore

The safari camp of Aman-I-Khas was created to remove the walls that keep us from the wild, its 10 tents stand on the cusp of Rajasthan’s most revered national park. Ranthambore is one of the subcontinent’s most important Bengal tiger reserves, giving Aman guests a unique opportunity to spy the magnificent animals roaming free. Standing at six metres tall, Aman-I-Khas’ tents provide a balance between phenomenal comfort and sensory immersion in nature, exposed to the calming soundtrack of the jungle, day and night. The camp’s dedication to leaving the lightest possible footprint extends from organic waste (used to feed chickens, rabbits and goat and to provide compost for the organic gardens) to the canvas itself. When the tents are replaced, the material is refashioned into tote bags and backpacks that are sold in the resort boutique and donated to relief projects.
 
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Flutist in the courtyard at Amanbagh

Amanbagh, Rajasthan

The pink-sandstone walls and sun-dappled courtyards might evoke the majesty of Mughal times, but the ethos of Amanbagh is firmly rooted in making a difference in the present day. Just outside Jaipur, amid a green carpet of palm trees and eucalyptus, the soothing sanctuary is edged by 2.5 acres of loving cultivated organic gardens – the source of 80% of its vegetables, of the medicinal herbs used in the spa’s Ayurvedic treatments, and of its name: ‘peaceful garden.’ Amanbagh thrives upon its close relationships with the villages that dot the surrounding countryside, and every guest is welcomed to these communities as the dearest of friends. Explore by jeep or bicycle, joining a local family for breakfast; watch the traditional artisans of the Meena tribe as they make jewellery; and witness the daily spectacle of local farmers leading their cattle home, while women in impossibly vivid rainbow saris work the fields.

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Sri Lanka

Few places in the world offer the breadth of experiences to compare with Sri Lanka – the ideal addition to an Indian itinerary. Island scenery segues from ramshackle roadside fruit stalls to vivid green jungle, then blurs into paddy fields, golden arcs of sand and the turquoise waters of the Laccadive Sea. Step back in time and discover the Unesco treasures of the fort city of Galle, then venture along the coast to the soft sandy shores of Tangalle, gateway to a world of nature and a slower, more mindful mode of life.
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View of Amanwella resort within jungle surroundings

Amanwella, Tangalle

Close to the midpoint of Sri Lanka's southern coast, Tangalle is blessed with the mildest climate and most beautiful shoreline in the province. A meandering seaside road passes through dense jungle and a string of small villages towards Amanwella and its 800 metres of golden beach. ​Shaded by the worming king coconut palms, the 150-foot swimming pool, the sun-warmed sea and its biodiverse reef call out to guests to slow down and soak up their surroundings. 

The distinct contemporary design of Amanwella is inspired by Geoffrey Bawa’s neat angles of the last century. The Tropical Modernist movement visible across southeast Asia resonates worldwide thanks to the Sri Lankan architect’s trademark blend of Corbusian minimalism and indigenous materials. All Suites open on two sides to private plunge pools and large terraces facing out to sea. 

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Amangalla 17th century hotel building

Amangalla, Galle

Housed in a 17th-century building, which for more than 100 years served as the New Oriental Hotel during the heyday of steamship travel, Amangalla is part of the fabric of Galle and its Unesco-protected fort. Once a Dutch governor's mansion, the resort is the cinnamon-scented gateway to centuries of Portuguese, Dutch, British and Sri Lankan history, and a tranquil base for exploring the island's contemporary culture. Beyond the old-world bustle of this remarkable citadel lie emerald-green tea plantations, tranquil temples and the exhilarating prospect of whale-spotting from November to March – though Amangalla is equally renowned for purifying, personalised Ayurvedic therapies in the Baths, its atmospheric spa complex.

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Experience spotlight

Flavours of Rajasthan

Taking meals in the Dining Tent is a reminder of contributions to the local economy – through the family of artisans who supply the stoneware, the women of the village who provide essential ingredients such as buffalo milk and ghee, and through the organic farmers and gardeners who grow the vegetables and fruits used in the camp’s kitchen. Join the chefs for a cookery class and spend the morning visiting the farms and gardens, before learning to harness the flavours of the region’s finest ingredients in delectable Rajasthani dishes.

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Amanwella, Elephant Safari

Safaris and sanctuaries

​A short journey from the palm-shaded sea-view suites of Amanwella, Yala is the biggest National Park on the island, and home of the endangered Sri Lankan leopard; whereas the plains of Udawalawe National Park are the roaming grounds of the island’s Indian elephant herds. A visit to either offers both inspiring sights and a rare opportunity to help conserve some of our most magnificent creatures.

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Surfer’s paradise

Sri Lanka is renowned for its surf and attracts ocean-bound thrill seekers year-round. The beaches near Amanwella benefit from a winning combination of wind and waves that offers breaks for all levels, and the resort can arrange one-on-one lessons with experienced local surfers. For snorkellers, the wildlife below the surface is almost as impressive as the peacock-roamed, elephant-trodden land above it.

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Special requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip to the Indian subcontinent begins
 
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