Set in rugged countryside on the threshold of Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khás is a wilderness retreat with 10 luxury tents, set in a sun-dappled brushwood forest. The soaring six-metre canopies are divided Mughal style around a communal outdoor fireplace. Each echoes a rich Mughal style with “rooms” separated by cotton drapes. The park offers opportunities for sighting leopards, tigers and deer.
FACILITIES & SERVICES
Air-conditioned Tents echo Mughal pavilions with cotton drapes separating sleeping, dressing and bathing sections. Traditional treatments as well as Reiki healing, body scrubs and facials soothe and revive in the spa tent. Multi-sensory journeys of traditional Ayurvedic wisdom are offered alongside massages, the gentle healing touch of Reiki and various scrubs, wraps and baths. Outdoor yoga sessions revitalise, and the lounger-lined pool is modelled on the area’s ancient step wells. Dining is made with vegetables and herbs grown in the camp’s organic garden, Indian and western dishes are served in the softly-lit dining tent.