An encampment of just 10 unique, canopied tents, Aman-i-Khás rests on the edge of Rajasthan's Ranthambore National Park, a sanctuary for wildlife rich with cultural beauty. Remote and secluded, Aman-i-Khás is a true haven of tranquility, offering guests exceptional levels of comfort in a pristine wilderness setting. Only bird calls interrupt the day's peace, and at night, under a magnificent star-strewn sky, the calls of the wild send guests to sleep in the safety and warmth of their king-size beds. Reminiscent of the splendid travelling tents used by the dynastic rulers of the Moghul era, the 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 breathtaking vistas of the Aravalli Hills, dotted with crumbling ruins from another age. A natural watering hole nearby lures smaller wildlife, but for sightings of one of India's famed tigers Aman-i-Khás provides twice daily safaris into the National Park.