Embedded in the wilderness on the fringes of tiger sanctuary Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khás is a tranquil retreat connected with both history and nature

Ranthambore Adventure Experiences

With their vast knowledge of Rajasthan’s wildlife, history and cultural traditions, Aman-i-Khas guides ensure deeply personal and enlightening adventure experiences, whether tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park, exploring dramatic Khandar Fort, bird-watching in the lush Banas riverbed or taking a camel safari through villages on the park’s outskirts.  

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Tiger cubs in Ranthambore

The National Park is home to crocodiles, leopards, jackals, sambar deer and some 300 species of birds, but it is the elusive Bengal tiger for which it is best known. A tigress named Arrow Head recently gave birth to two cubs, bringing the population of resident tigers in the park to over 60. 
Aman-i-khas, India, Safari

Twice daily safaris

Venture into the park in an open-top vehicle with an expert wildlife guide. Once the hunting ground of the Maharajah of Jaipur, the park has been a wildlife sanctuary since 1955 and is one of the best places in the world to see tigers in the wild.
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Ancient Forts

Situated within the park, Ranthambore Fort is one of the oldest in India, protected by sheer cliffs on three sides and dotted with Jain and Hindu temples. Kandahar Fort, a short drive away, is perched on a hill 300 metres above the plains, where a millennium of history is on display in the ruins of its palaces.

Travel back in time

Passing through the gates of Ranthambore’s old city – a miniature Jaipur within the outer perimeter walls of the fort – reveals a life little changed over the past centuries. Stop at the Elephant Temple, where both Hindu and Jain gods are honoured, and the sadhus will beat their drums in blessing.
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A clean shave and the art of henna

Beneath a tree in a secluded part of the camp, men can enjoy an open-air shave in the traditional Indian fashion by Roop, the camp’s resident barber. Local women demonstrate delicate and temporary henna skin art, traditionally applied to the hands, arms and feet of brides-to-be.
Aman-i-Khas, Camel Safari

Exploring by camel

After gaining a new perspective of the camp’s surroundings and nearby villages, and perhaps spotting some game, ascend Sherpur Hill where drinks and snacks will be served by your personal batman at the summit.

Special requests

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