With its ancient forts and tiger-inhabited wilds, Rajasthan is renowned for its beauty, nowhere more concentrated than in the Aravalli Hills in the garden oasis that is Amanbagh. Once the staging area for royal tiger hunts, today the rose-hued cupolas and vaulted entrances of the resort's Mughal-inspired structures soar from the greenery – utterly peaceful and consummately private.
Amanbagh is served by the airports of New Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. From New Delhi, it is possible to travel to Amanbagh by car, train or helicopter (the property has its own heliport).
Alternatively, guests could take a flight to Jaipur, followed by a two-hour journey by private car. Flights from Delhi to Jaipur depart several times daily and take between 45 and 60 minutes; flights from Mumbai depart several times daily and take an hour and 40 minutes.