wilderness safari camp
What could be more invigorating than waking up to the crisp morning air and walking out of your spacious tent to see the starkly beautiful wilderness of the Ranthambore National Park spread before you. Composed of deciduous forest, open grasslands and waterholes set in a semi arid expanse, Ranthambore is a natural habitat for tigers in the core of the park, but on the outskirts where Aman-i-Khás is located, visitors are encouraged to join a guided nature walk through the low hills. Guided nature walks from the camp led by a naturalist are also available, as is an excursion with a naturalist by SUV to the Banas Riverbed to spot water fowl and wading birds.
Providing privacy within a thick canopy of trees, the camp’s step-well, or bawadi, is a series of squared, concentric steps that converge deeper into the pool. Lined with natural sandstone, the facility blends in with the camp and the surrounding topography, and provides refreshing post-safari dips.
In the evenings, sit on the deck of your tent or join other camp visitors around the communal fireplace. Listen to the sounds of the wilderness settling down for the night, as you discuss the day’s sightings.