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Travels with a sense of purpose

Meaningful journeys on the Indian subcontinent

The most powerful experiences are the ones that have a positive impact on everyone and everything they touch – that make a difference that lasts long after they are over. Whether we are venturing into the wild to engage in vital conservation projects or contributing to life-changing community inititatives, the memories we make are richer and more precious when we know where we stay has a strong sense of purpose.
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Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.

Mahatma Gandhi

A jungle canvas

The safari camp of Aman-I-Khas was created to remove the walls that keep us from the wild, its 10 tents stand on the cusp of Rajasthan’s most revered national park. Ranthambore is one of the subcontinent’s most important Bengal tiger reserves, giving Aman guests a unique opportunity to spy the magnificent animals roaming free. 
 
Standing at six metres tall, Aman-I-Khas’ tents provide a balance between phenomenal comfort and sensory immersion in nature, exposed to the calming soundtrack of the jungle, day and night. The camp’s dedication to leaving the lightest possible footprint extends from organic waste (used to feed chickens, rabbits and goat and to provide compost for the organic gardens) to the canvas itself. When the tents are replaced, the material is refashioned into tote bags and backpacks that are sold in the resort boutique and donated to relief projects.
 
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Virtuous circles

Taking meals in the Dining Tent is a reminder of contributions to the local economy – through the family of artisans who supply the stoneware, the women of the village who provide essential ingredients such as buffalo milk and ghee, and through the organic farmers and gardeners who grow the vegetables and fruits used in the camp’s kitchen. Join the chefs for a cookery class and spend the morning visiting the farms and gardens, before learning to harness the flavours of the region’s finest ingredients in delectable Rajasthani dishes.

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It takes a village

The pink-sandstone walls and sun-dappled courtyards might evoke the majesty of Mughal times, but the ethos of Amanbagh is firmly rooted in making a difference in the present day. Just outside Jaipur, amid a green carpet of palm trees and eucalyptus, the soothing sanctuary is edged by 2.5 acres of loving cultivated organic gardens – the source of 80% of its vegetables, of the medicinal herbs used in the spa’s Ayurvedic treatments, and of its name: ‘peaceful garden.’

Amanbagh thrives upon its close relationships with the villages that dot the surrounding countryside, and every guest is welcomed to these communities as the dearest of friends. Explore by Jeep or bicycle, joining a local family for breakfast; watch the traditional artisans of the Meena tribe as they make jewellery; and witness the daily spectacle of local farmers leading their cattle home, while women in impossibly vivid rainbow saris work the fields.

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Packed with purpose

The resort team is deeply invested in the ongoing support of a school in the nearby village of Birkari and, having funded a renovation project, is now actively involved in improving the creative learning programme, furnishing the school and preschool with art and educational materials. Guests are invited to bring an extra item of two to contribute – donations of stationery, art materials, backpacks and other articles give the children supplies they might not otherwise be able to access.

Sri Lanka unveiled

Few places in the world offer a breadth of experiences to compare with Sri Lanka – the ideal addition to an Indian itinerary and an island as varied in natural allure and cultural curiosities as much as it is in landscape. 
 
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Wildlife at Amanwella

A short journey from the palm-shaded sea-view suites of Amanwella, Yala is the biggest National Park on the island, and home of the endangered Sri Lankan leopard; whereas the plains of Udawalawe National Park are the roaming grounds of the island’s Indian elephant herds. A visit to either offers both inspiring sights and a rare opportunity to help conserve some of our most magnificent creatures.

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Craft and colonial history at Amangalla

To set foot in the Unesco World Heritage site of Galle Fort is to step across centuries. History has unfolded in and around the 16th-century colonial building that houses Amangalla, a serene base from which to explore the peninsula. Follow the coast to a historic tea plantation for an exclusive encounter with the planter, or venture to the craft village of Ambalangoda, the centre of Sri Lanka’s mask-making tradition, and learn from an artisan family how to carve wood into wonder.

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Cultivating opportunity

Aman works with a privately run boys’ orphanage, the Baranasooriya Children’s Home in Hikkaduwa, to improve life for the 15 residents, ranging from four to 18 years in age. As well as donations from guests, the Amangalla team carries out maintenance work, and supplies mattresses and mosquito nets. In southern Sri Lanka, the Navajeevana Centre – meaning 'new life' – offers support to people with disabilities, including hosting much-needed clinics, creating prosthetic limbs and providing opportunities to train as spa therapists. Amanwella supports this NGO by providing maintenance support and day trips for students in the special-education programme.
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