neighbouring aman resorts
Amanbagh is a verdant garden oasis of mature palm, fruit and eucalyptus trees lying within a walled compound – once the staging area for royal hunts. Evoking the palatial grandeur of the Moghul era, Amanbagh’s 24 Haveli Suites and 16 Pool Pavilions provide a tranquil base from which to access the rich heritage of Rajasthan’s dramatic frontier region. This sister resort of Aman-i-Khás is a three-hour car journey away.
From Delhi, it is a 3¾ hour flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka. Amangalla and Amanwella offer the opportunity to explore the rich diversity of Sri Lanka’s colourful south coast, its remarkable historical sites and its natural treasures. Amangalla is set within the 400-year-old walls of Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Amanwella is a contemporary beachfront resort set in a mature coconut grove near the village of Tangalle, a two-hour drive east of Galle.
Amankora in Bhutan can be conveniently accessed through the international gateway of New Delhi. The flight takes 2¾ hours. Set in Bhutan’s central and western valleys, Amankora is a series of lodges. A journey of discovery beneath the peaceful presence of soaring Himalayan peaks, Amankora’s lodge locations have been designed to offer travellers the opportunity to experience, in comfort, Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage and remarkable topography.