Rajasthan, India

Reminiscent of bygone days of the adventurous Mughal travellers, Aman-i-Khás is a luxury tented haven on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park. The camp offers guests exceptional levels of comfort in a wilderness setting. These 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 breath taking vistas of the Aravali Hills. A natural watering hole nearby lures smaller animals to quench their thirst.

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Ten Mughal-inspired tents have soaring 6-meter canopies and delicately draped screens of fine cotton, which separate the tents into different areas for sleeping, dressing, bathing and living. Stylish and elegant, these tents are fitted with every modern necessity.

The dining tent serves Indian and a range of Western dishes with vegetables and herbs from the camp’s organic garden. Furnished with banquettes, reading tables and chairs, the lounge tent provides a wide selection of coffee table books, novels, magazines and board games. The spa tent offers various treatments and the step-well pool designed in the traditional Indian style of the ancient step-wells provides a refreshing dip after a day’s safari.


10 mughal-inspired tents


Lounge Tent
Swimming Pool


Guided Safaris
Banas Riverbed Experience
Khandar Fort Trek

Sustainable Focuses

Clean Energy
  • The camp has recently installed solar system which will be generating 80% electricity for the camp. During the low consumption period, generated electricity will be transmitted to govt. grid and returned back to camp when consumption is high. In order to minimise electricity consumption, only LED lights are used within the camp.
Fair Food
  • Aman-i-Khás has a camp style daily changing menu which includes vegetables and herbs which are grown in the camp’s organic vegetable garden. Camp menu also include products grown by village farm located close to the camp.
Waste Control
  • The camp has their own bottling plant and do not outsource bottle water for the camp. Plastic bottles are completely prohibited.


Average temperatures between October and April peak at 30 ̊C with overnight lows of 2 ̊C in December and January. May and June are summer season, with peak temperatures reaching 40 ̊C. July, August and September is monsoon season, with sunshine punctuated by heavy downpours and temperatures hovering around 35 ̊C both day and night.
Aman-i-Khas remains closed between June – September.

Good to Know

The National Park is home to crocodiles, leopards, jackals, sambar deer and some 300 species of birds, but it is the elusive Bengal tiger for which it is best known. A tigress named Arrow Head recently gave birth to two cubs, bringing the population of resident tigers in the park to over 60. 


Centred around a bubbling fountain, the Spa Tent houses two double treatment rooms in which holistic therapies distilled from millennia of experience in the healing arts can be enjoyed. Multi-sensory journeys of traditional Ayurvedic wisdom are offered alongside massages, the gentle healing touch of Reiki and various scrubs, wraps and baths. 


International flights arrive at Delhi airport. From here, you can travel 4 or 6 hours by train with butler service to Sawai Madhopur, then 20 minutes by car to Aman-i-Khás.
Alternatively you can take a one hour flight from Delhi to Jaipur, followed by a three-hour drive to the property.

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