Aman-i-Khás : a Sanctuary for wildlife
An encampment of just 10 special tents, Aman-i-Khás rests on the edge of Rajasthan’s Ranthambhore National Park, a sanctuary for wildlife and cultural beauty. Primal fantasies, in tented splendour, are played out around the camp’s faithfully rustic outdoor fireplace, surrounded by cushioned, stone-clad banquettes under the magnificence of nature’s twinkling ‘eye’. The beguiling calls of the wild, the breath-taking vistas of the brushwood Aravalli Hills dotted with crumbling ruins and palatial remnants, and a natural watering hole nearby, completes a compelling stage from which to experience an unforgettable adventure. All in sweeping canopied style, reminiscent of the travelling tents enjoyed during the resplendent Moghul dynasty.
Splendid isolation has afforded rich pickings at Aman-i-Khás; wild and home-grown from possible ‘prize’ tiger sightings to crocodiles and antelopes, to sampling the camp’s delectable home-spun organic produce. Nature can be admired behind delicate fine screen drapes in the comfort of one’s tent, or from exciting customised trips in open-top safari vehicles.
The 10 air-conditioned tents of Aman-i-khas, with soaring six-metre canopies above draped cotton partitions are designed and decorated in a magical Moghul interpreted style. The subtle hues of creamy canvas, swathes of airy-white cotton, khaki cushions on toffee coloured ‘hide’ contrast in soft elegance against the wondrous colours of Rajasthan; pale lemon-pink dawns dissolve under endless blue skies followed by sun drenched dusty amber dusks, and villagers nearby stand out in mesmerising contrast wearing their traditional primary-coloured clothing.
At night, Aman-i-khas is embraced by a brilliant constellation.
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- The rate does not include compulsory board charge of US$145+++ per person per day which includes all meals, soft beverages, house pours and laundry.
- The rate does not include entry pass and safari drive through Ranthambore National Park at US$90++ per person per entry/drive.
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