Sheltered by the furrowed Aravalli Hills, Aman-i-Khás is surrounded by wilderness, where only birdsong and insects interrupt the silence. Opportunities for exploration include the park and the region’s ancient forts and temples.
A wildlife camp on the threshold of Ranthambore National Park, this ten-tent safari outpost is set in a sun-dappled brushwood forest. The soaring six-metre canopies are divided Mughal style around a communal outdoor fireplace.
Safaris venture into the untouched jungle to discover tigers in the wild. Aman-i-Khás’s expert guides are unmatched in their tracking and intuition about the movements of the tigers, leopards, hyenas, crocodiles and chital deer.
One of India’s oldest forts, Ranthambore sits above the Old City, where camels serve as transport and the Elephant Temple pays homage to both Hindu and Jain deities. The grand ruins of Khandar Fort reveal Rajasthan’s stark beauty.
Ranch at Rock Creek, Montana USA
Nestled in one of Montana’s most pristine valleys, The Ranch at Rock Creek offers year-round unique vacations on an authentic 19th century homestead. We balance Western adventure with lavish all-inclusive amenities. Start the day with inspired Ranch cuisine, then learn to fly fish on a Blue Ribbon trout stream. Experience awe-inspiring views from The Top of the World on horseback and drift off in a bespoke glamping tent under the Big Sky.
Seasoned travelers will delight in bespoke glamping tents, created to provide guests comfort and inspiration from Montana’s natural surroundings. With spacious bedrooms and additional living space, each cabin is individually furnished in a rustic camp style.
Western Montana is home to the most abundant wildlife population. There is a buzz of behind-the-scenes animal activity at The Ranch at Rock Creek. While enjoying a morning cup of coffee on the porch, you might see a rabbit darting between the bushes or a herd of deer grazing in the meadow.
Guests love the thrill of riding Montana on horseback, on a bike or in a stagecoach, but we also recommend exploring our diverse eco-system on foot. Follow the Eastern valley through pine forests to summit Paradise Peak.