Derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, aman, and the Hindi and Urdu word for ‘special’, khás, Aman-i-Khás is a wilderness camp in Rajasthan.


On the fringes of the Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khás is within reach of Delhi (DEL) and Jaipur (JAI) airports.


In summer and post monsoon months, days and nights are mild. Although it can get quite cold at night during the height of the winter months (December and January), days are crisp and sunny.

What to pack

Warm clothes are advised during the winter months, while in spring and autumn light clothing with a sweater or jacket is appropriate. Comfortable walking shoes and a wide-brimmed hat are recommended, as are subdued natural colours such as khaki, brown and beige when on a safari.

Language & Currency
Hindi and English are widely spoken in the region: road signs and directions are written in both languages. The national currency is the rupee. Traveller’s cheques are easy to cash and some banks in larger cities have ATM machines.
Don’t Forget
India is on India Standard Time (IST), five-and-a-half hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 230 volts/50 cycles; convertors as well as plug adaptors are available.
Aman-i-Khás offers guests round-the-clock access to medical assistance. Reasonable precautions should be taken against hepatitis-A, malaria, cholera and typhoid. Drinking boiled or bottled water is often an adequate precaution against water-borne illnesses.

Please check with your nearest Indian embassy or consulate prior to travel. Guests travelling to Delhi and holding passports that fall under the Tourist Visa on Arrival Programme are required to apply online for advance authorisation before travelling. This must be completed at least four days in advance of the date of arrival with a window of 30 days.


Aman-i-Khás is open from October until the end of May. The team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.