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Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan is already the archetype of the fairytale East, and when you stay at Aman-i-Khas you might as well be stepping into the pages of 1,001 Nights or The Jungle Book. The tented Mughal pavilions are inspired by the travelling tents of emperors and maharajas; dinner is served by uniformed waiters in the lamp light; and in the surrounding forest and brush, leopards and tigers roam wild.

Aman-i-Khas is an extraordinary tented resort in India’s Aravalli Hills, midway between Jaipur and Delhi. It is on the very edge of the Ranthambore National Park, often regarded as the best place in the country to see tigers in their natural habitat. Daily jeep drives take guests out into the wilderness so you have a good chance of not only spotting the well-camouflaged big cats, but also species such as deer, hyenas, wild boar, civets, and more than 270 different kinds of birds. The bee eaters and pelicans are especially eye catching.

Like all of the Aman Group’s properties, Aman-i-Khas is a visual feast. The simple lines, lightness, and airiness of

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