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

A Mughal-style tented camp, Aman-i-Khás is located in a rugged brushwood forest on the edge of Ranthambore National Park. Home to tigers, crocodiles, leopards, jackals, sambar deer and some 300 species of bird, the park is also the setting for Ranthambore Fort, one of India’s oldest, and is near Khandar Fort, perhaps the country’s most dramatic. Camel safaris through villages on the parks outskirts are available, as are bird-watching treks in the lush Banas riverbed


Newborn tiger cubs were spotted in Ranthambore National Park in the summer of 2015

Catch a glimpse of the young tigers and their mothers, part of a growing population of more than 60


Twice daily safaris venture into the park in an open-top vehicle in search of wildlife

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 to see tigers in the wild


Protected by sheer cliffs on three sides, Ranthambore Fort is dotted with Jain and Hindu temples, former palaces, chatris and reservoirs

Kandahar Fort, a short drive away, is perched on a hill 300 metres above the plains, where a millennium of history is on display within the stone gates and along the trek up to the ruins of temples, palaces and homes


Time slows as you pass through ancient gates into the narrow streets of the old city beneath the walls of Ranthambore Fort

Stop at the Elephant Temple, where both Hindu and Jain gods are honoured. On your return, visit the rural village outside Aman-i-Khás, where life has changed little over the past centuries

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