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

Dining Experiences at Aman-i-Khas

The lamp-lit ambiance of the Dining Tent, with its the large communal round table and smaller intimate tables, harks back to the regal tent cities of Mughal emperors. Meals can be tailored to suit individual tastes, and the daily changing menu reflects seasonal produce sourced from the camp’s organic garden, which the chef delights in touring with curious guests


The camp’s organic garden grows the vegetables and herbs that the chef transforms into the daily menu of Indian and western dishes

Whether it is local Rajasthani specialities or culinary concepts from Kerala, the chef can tailor all dishes to suit individual tastes


Nightly log fires serve as a post-dinner salon, a place to recount and reflect on the day’s explorations

At the heart of the camp, the fireplace can also be the setting for informal meals or simply a place to bask in the serenity of the wilderness and the star-filled sky


Picnic hampers allow for lunches in extraordinary settings, whether on a safari or a visit to one of the forts

A private bush dinner can also be arranged in a secluded spot in the wilderness, with a personal chef and local musicians


Nestled between guava orchids and inhabited by vibrant parrots, enjoy breakfast al-fresco in the wilderness of Rajastan

During guava harvest season stop off at a local farm on return from your morning safari and enjoy an authentic meal freshly prepared by camp chefs


It is not the flavours alone that make Indian cuisine unique, the authentic and intricate methods of preparation have become an art form

Join one of our chefs at our picturesque lakeside location for home-style culinary demonstrations, prepared in charcoal-lit, clay ovens and master a local delicacy 

Special requests

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