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Aman-I-Khás - Ranthambore National Park
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Private Airstrip - Walking/Trekking - Swimming Pool - Spa
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10 Rooms | Children: yes

Aman-i-Khás is a camp of just ten unique canopied tents. It rests on the edge of Rajasthan’s Ranthambore National Park, a sanctuary for wildlife and rich with cultural beauty. Remote and secluded, Aman-i-Khás is a true haven of tranquility, offering guests exceptional levels of comfort in a pristine wilderness setting. Reminiscent of the splendid traveling tents used by the dynastic rulers of the Moghul era, the permanent tents are privately located around the camp’s central outdoor fireplace. Surrounded by cushioned, stone banquettes, the fireplace provides the camp’s focal point, as well as breathtaking vistas of the Aravalli Hills. A natural watering hole nearby lures smaller wildlife, but for sightings of one of India’s famed tigers Aman-i-Khás provides two daily safaris into the National Park.

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Organic Garden

The camp serves Indian cuisine and a range of Western dishes, most of the herbs and vegetables are grown in a organic garden, which ensures the freshness of the produce. The organic garden produces an array of fresh herbs, vegetables and salad ingredients: distinctly flavored and pure from contamination, they add an unexpected hint of wilderness to every meal.

Healing Arts

The Spa consists of two treatment areas, each featuring twin massage tables, offering healing arts into rejuvenating Spa treatments. These include massages, scrubs, stretches, facial and foot treatments designed to soothe and revitalize. Reiki sessions (a medical and spiritual practice) are available as well as yoga and meditation. Guests can also experience the traditional body art of India having their arms or hands decorated with delicate henna.


Twice a day guided excursions, in 4x4 open vehicles, take guests into the core of Ranthambore National Park, which once was the hunting grounds of the Maharajah of Jaipur. In 1955 it was declared a Wildlife sanctuary, due to this a stronger tiger population developed. The heart of the park has excellent viewing opportunities of tigers, leopards, jungle cats, hyenas and sloths. There are over 350 known species of birdlife in the park. Camel safaris can also be arranged.