Surrounded by the starkly beautiful Aravalli Hills, the camp provides access to the wildlife of Ranthambore National Park which measures a total of 1,334 square kilometres. Guests of Aman-i-Khás can also explore the region’s ancient forts and colourful rural villages nearby.


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Delhi is the most common international gateway to Aman-i-Khás and the international airport is located 35 kilometres from the city centre. Most international flights arrive in the late evening or early morning. The secondary international gateway to Aman-i-Khás is Jaipur, which offers international flights to and from Dubai (the return leg passes through New Delhi) and Bangkok. Jaipur is a 45-minute flight from Delhi. There are approximately six daily flights between Delhi and Jaipur during high season, operated by Kingfisher, Jet Airways and Indian Airlines. Kingfisher also operates daily flights to Jaipur from Mumbai. Aman-i-Khás provides car transfers between the resort and Jaipur, a three hour’s drive away, at US$200++ per car per way.

From Delhi, guests can travel to Aman-i-Khás by train, plane, motorcar or helicopter. The train is often the most convenient method, and travel time to Sawai Madhopur station, on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park, is approximately 6 hours by Golden Temple Train and 4 hours by August Kranti Train. Amanresorts does its best to ensure that the journey runs smoothly and guests travel in a compartment for two to four persons chaperoned by a ‘batman’ or member of staff from Aman-i-Khás. Drinks and light snacks are provided. On arrival in Sawai Madhopur, guests are taken on the 15-minute journey to the camp itself in an open-top vehicle, arriving in time for lunch or dinner. Alternatively, travel by private helicopter is possible, and there is a landing pad 10 minutes from the camp. Price and details are available on request. Other likely arrival points are Jaipur or sister resort Amanbagh. In both cases, transfer by car is recommended, with journeys taking 3 hours and 3½ hours respectively.

On departure, Amanresorts suggests guests travel to Jaipur by car which takes approximately three hours. There are around six commercial jet services each day between Jaipur and Delhi during the high season. These are operated by Indian Airlines, Sahara Airlines and Jet Airways. For guests travelling from Jaipur onto Amanbagh, it is approximately a 90-minute drive at US$100++ per car, each way. In order to process train bookings, details such as gender, age and nationality are required well in advance of travel. Guests need to book their own plane tickets through an international travel agent, however Amanresorts’ reservations office can help coordinate flights. All travel times and rates are subject to change without notice.

Estimated Travel Time (by car)

 

Delhi

Jaipur

Agra

Aman-i-Khás

Amanbagh

Delhi

-

5 hours

3 hours

7 hours

4½ hours

Jaipur

5 hours

-

4 hours

3 hours

2 hours

Agra

3 hours

4 hours

-

6 hours

3½ hours

Aman-i-Khás

7 hours

3 hours

6 hours

-

3½ hours

Amanbagh

4½ hours

2 hours

3½ hours 

3½ hours

-

 

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