Aman-i-Khás

Open during the best season for wildlife spotting, from October to April each year, Aman-i-Khás is a wilderness camp located on the outskirts of Rajasthan’s Ranthambore National Park. The resort offers 10 Moghul style, luxury tents and twice daily safaris to catch sight of indigenous game including tigers, leopards, hyenas, sloth bears, crocodiles and chital deer. Here’s to adding another dream vacation to my bucket list . . .



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  1. Holy cow. That the fanciest safari set up I’ve ever seen.
    Beautious!

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  2. This place looks beautiful… dream vacation for me as well!

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  3. Wow so luxurious!! Looks dreamy!

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  4. Alison wrote:

    Oh wow! How amazing would that be? That is definitely on my bucket list.

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  5. Karla V. wrote:

    I loved the place, the pool looks amazing

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    xoxo 😉

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  6. Amy wrote:

    That fire pit would be an amazing place for a party!

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  7. Oh my! That place looks amazing!

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  8. Tracy wrote:

    Wow, This is going on my list as well! thanks.

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  9. So… when can I move in?

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  10. Miss K wrote:

    Oh wow! Would be a great holiday destination!

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  11. omg this looks incredible. I could use a trip there now.

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  12. Maria wrote:

    Goodness gracious, these places are so dreamy!
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  13. Wow, that looks really amazing!!

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  15. Roberta wrote:

    Love it!!
    Thanks for sharing it!
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  16. kuti wrote:

    waow… cooool..

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  17. Jessie wrote:

    ;looks so incredibly beautiful. i absolutely cannot wait to go on vacation this summer. so tempting.
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  18. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful place!

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  19. Vienna wrote:

    The resort looks lovely! However, I’m sorry to say that I’ve been to Ranthambore before and there is a depressing lack of tigers 🙁 We stayed for 3 days with 2 safaris each day and didn’t catch sight of a single tiger, even in January, peak season!

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  20. cecilia wrote:

    if i ever win the lottery.. <3

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  22. Ursula wrote:

    Looks great. But when you say “game” do you mean that these animals are available to shoot for sport?
    I wouldn’t be supporting an organisation on my website that promotes animals as game.
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  23. Kat wrote:

    Beautiful photos and some really cool ideas/places!

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  24. sahra wrote:

    that seems AMAZING! I can’t imagine the cost tough :/

    XO Sahra
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  25. SPEECHLESS…in Rajhastan…ist super cool =)

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  26. Definitely my idea of camping!

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  27. i whish i can!!!!!!! amazing

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  28. Aditi Paliwal wrote:

    Happy to see an indian hotel on this blog..Actually,there are a quiet a few properties like this in India..should check out the taj safaris..they are pure luxury..
    also a few mid-range ones which are pretty good..

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  29. HeadTilt wrote:

    Those cosy tents look like the best get-away this winter! 🙂

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  31. Montana Lab Lover wrote:

    The place is great. I will be returning in March for the 5th year in a row. My mother and I go as we just love it. Stayed 15 nights last year and this March we’re staying 16 nights. Always stay in Tent #5. Aman i khas is absolutely charming and luxurious. The service is superb and perfect. You “batman” is always there to help you and meet your every need. If you ever head to Ranthambhore to see the tigers and you want luxury, this is the place to be.

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  32. great.. so clear and nice pictures.. thanks for the sharing…

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  33. Hotel in Ranthambore- are a common platform for all the resorts and hotels around Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve. People around the world can find information on all resorts and hotels in Ranthambore tiger reserve like their Tariff, location, photographs, facilities, grading, distance from entrance gate of National park and from Railway station. Ranthambore tiger reserve is a charming combine of history and nature. Inside the park is a alarming fort that was built in the 10th century and coveted by many rulers due to its planned position between north and central India.

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