A trend fast catching up with travellers in India, Glamping (Glamourous Camping) offers one-of-a-kind, impressive accommodation in luxury camping tents. So, what if I told you the benefits? - Spend time with nature, indulge in some healthy meals, enjoy the environment and surrounding, away from the usual hustle and bustle of 'touristy' spots and what else, right?
You can also get off the beaten path experiences that includes nature walks, cultural exchange between locals only in - Ranthambore which offers an opportunity to explore the wilderness with convenience, making glamping a tempting option this season.
Aman-I-Khas Resort for a Royal Experience
For an exclusive wilderness and royal experience, this is really special; a favourite among nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Aman-I-Khas Resort is located on the edge of the national park and offers air conditioned tents including luxuries and modern facilities with a royal charm. Live like a Maharaja in a classy way and relish the in-house restaurant that serves delectable, delicious food.
Best time to visit: October to April
Major attractions: Natural settings, delicious food and luxurious amenities
Cost: INR 1,10,388 onwards, per night
Sher Bagh for the Safari Experience
One of the unique camps in Ranthambore, this luxury property is reminiscent of the 1920s safari encampments. Offering a fantastic safari experience with excellent guides and newly furbished jeeps, you are ought to enjoy the drive! The 12 hand-stitched royal tents cover up the entire property and a few suites come with advanced amenities - private heated pool, open-air tree shower, and a garden. If you decide to stay here, be sure to avail of the signature outdoor spa treatment under the shade of a peepul tree.
Best time to visit: October to March
Major attractions: Safari experience, dining, spa and luxurious amenities
Cost: INR 46,000 onwards, per night
Khem Villas for Peace and Tranquility
Established by India’s leading tiger expert, Fateh Singh Rathore, this luxury jungle camp is synonymous with the first family of tiger conservation in Ranthambore. This camp has around 17 rooms, well equipped with modern amenities and offers no discomfort! You can also relish the freshly cooked dishes from its in-house restaurant that serves Chinese and Continental delicacies.
Best time to visit: November to April
Major attractions: spa, in house restaurant, jungle and nature walks
Cost: INR 11,000 - INR 13,000 onwards, per night
Ranthambhore Bagh for Incredible Photography
Opened in 1998 as a modest 12-room hotel, the Ranthambhore Bagh is for travelers looking out for an experience in the Ranthambhore National Park. Offering a comfortable stay in its luxury tents with basic and modern amenities, this has become the favourite destination of photographers, naturalists and film crew members who desire a richer wildlife experience. If you want to photograph the different types of Ranthambore tigers, then this is where you must go!
Best time to visit: October to June
Major attractions: Nature walks, landscaped gardens, luxury rooms, amenities
Cost: INR 8,000 - INR 6,000, per night
Abrar Palace for Wildlife Lovers & Leisure
Camp, Trek, Rejuvenate, choose what you fancy at the Abrar Palace. There are about nine tents - all named after exotic birds – Starling, Pelican, Flamingo, Sandpiper, Ibis, Parakeet, Magpie Bulbul and Kingfisher. Well equipped with all modern amenities, the camps are elegant, spacious, luxurious and well furnished too. This place also has a multi-cuisine restaurant to provide gastronomical delights! Ideal for leisure travelers, this is perfect if you are looking for a place to relax.
Best time to visit: October to April
Major attractions: Camp fires, jungle safaris and dining
Cost: INR 7,000 - INR 5,000, per night