Located close to the entrance of the famous Ranthambore National Park, the elegant Amani-I-Khas provides a luxurious stay for guests exploring the park. One of the famous Aman resorts, Aman I Khas is situated in a peaceful agricultural area with native dry forest and provides a very high standard of accommodation and excellent service.
The camp provides 10 modern and stylish tented camps built on a permanent foundation. Each of the spacious air-conditioned tents has beautiful furnishings, and comfortable seating and changing areas. There is an attached private bathroom with a hot water shower and soaking tub.
There is a comfortable double bed or twin beds, bedside table with telephone and 220-volt electricity supply for charging of equipment.
In the dining tent delicious Indian and continental cuisine (mostly vegetarian) is served. Next to the dining room is a lounge tent with tables, chairs, and plenty of reading material, and handicrafts and locally made fabrics are for sale.
Other facilities include a pool, spa and large outdoor fireplace and there is free Wi-Fi available throughout. Activities including game drives and cultural experiences are included in your stay.
Restaurant, private bathrooms (hot water), step-well swimming pool, spa room, tea and coffee making facilities, air-conditioning, 220-volt electricity supply for charging equipment, electronic room safe, laundry service, handicraft shop and free Wi-Fi access.
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Ranthambore has a healthy tiger population and, with luck, excellent sightings can be obtained, particularly during the dry season when the big cats spend more time around water holes. Leopards and sloth bears are also occasionally seen in the park. Other wildlife include marsh mugger crocodile, Bengal monitor lizard, jungle cat, striped hyena, golden jackal, wild boar, nilgai, sambar, spotted deer, plains grey langur, rhesus macaque and several species of mongoose. Of the 272 bird species, highlights include Indian courser, painted sandgrouse, Indian pitta, green bee-eater and a selection of birds of prey.
Morning and afternoon game drives in Ranthambore National Park and guided village and cultural tours.
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