Amanbagh is a contemporary sanctuary paying homage to India’s golden age and the historical landscape of Rajasthan

Rajasthan Adventure Experiences

The countryside surrounding Amanbagh reveals the ruins of an ancient empire embedded in a starkly beautiful landscape. The 17th-century township of Bhangarh - abandoned just a generation after its completion - sits nearby, as does the centuries-old village, fort and temple of Ajabgarh, which can be reached by foot or camel from the resort. Sariska Tiger Reserve, also home to jaguars, sambar deer and more, is a short drive away, as is the temple town of Neelkanth, with more than 80 temples encircled on all sides by mountains


An ancient ghost town

Deserted from early in its history and rumoured to be haunted, Bhangarh is home to remnants of palaces, temples, pools and bazaars, preserved amid green lawns and giant ficus trees. A national heritage site, it was built in the 17th century by Diwan Madho Singh of the Jaipur royal family. Amanbagh can arrange guided visits to the ruins of this folkloric, medieval city.

A genuine welcome

Head out in one of our Jeeps and experience life in rural Rajasthan. Locals welcome you as an honoured guest to their village, offering chai with genuine hospitality. Late-afternoon excursions are particularly scenic, as the dust kicked up by goats, cows and buffalo as they’re herded home from a day’s grazing mingles with the sunset to cast a golden glow over the countryside.
Amanbagh, India, Village Crafts

Tribal encounters

Villages dotting the Aravalli Hills are home to the Meena tribe, known for their colourful dress, jewellery and crafts. Amanbagh guests are welcome to visit for an authentic experience of rural life. Also worth a visit is the nearby mosque of Baba Kapoor Shah, erected in the 17th century in memory of the great Sufi mystic.

Cycle to breakfast

Exploring on two wheels or even by camel is the best way to interact with villagers and truly soak in the atmosphere of village life. Make this a truly memorable experience by joining a family in their home for a traditional breakfast.  
Amanbagh, India, Sariska Tiger Reserve

Tiger safaris

Once the personal hunting ground of the Maharaja of Alwar, Sariska Tiger Reserve is located just 45 minutes by car from Amanbagh. Today the reserve acts as a sanctuary for endangered tigers, and is also home to wildcats, caracals, Sambar deer and many other beautiful species.

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