Twice daily safaris
Ranthambore National Park is one of the finest places in India to see wild tigers in their natural habitat. Resting on the outskirts of the Park, Aman-i-Khás offers twice-daily safaris into its pristine wilderness – just after sunrise in the morning, and in the late afternoon – the best times of day to spot wildlife.
Wildlife in Ranthambore
The National Park is home to crocodiles, leopards, jackals, sambar deer and some 300 species of birds, but it is the Bengal tiger for which it is best known. With almost 90 resident tigers in the park, the chance of spotting these magnificent creatures – possibly even with cubs – is high, but if they prove elusive, the experience is no less rich, for this primal wilderness is alive with wonder.
A camel safari offers a privileged insight into the extraordinary terrain encircling Aman-i-Khás. From the superior vantage point of a camel’s back, spot foxes, deer, antelope and, of course, the many varieties of birds whose musical chatter provides the soundtrack for a stay in the region. For families, this excursion can be taken as a camel-cart ride to DastKari, where creative block print paper art activities await.