Ranthambore National Park is a vast wildlife reserve in Rajasthan, northern India. Formerly a royal hunting ground for the late Kings of the Chauhan dynasty, the scene is straight out of Kipling’s ‘Jungle Book’. The ruined temples are overrun by forest, wild animals are in abundance with leopards, monkey, marsh crocodiles and even bear dotting the landscape. However, the real star of Ranthambore is the tiger.

The tiger population is healthy and active, making it almost guaranteed that you will witness one of nature’s most rare apex predators. Elusive, highly active, and of such sheer, breathless beauty; the tiger is an animal that inspires both awe and fear.

During your stay at Ranthambore, you can revel in accommodation, service and architecture that can only be described as opulent – in customary Indian style.


Ranthambore is everything one could dream about India. Its stunning natural beauty is matched only by its long history and abundance of wildlife. Our journey into the bush is immersive and authentic, like something from the times of the old Maharaja, and after only a couple of days, India will gently assault your senses with its colour, food and incredible people.


Our group will split between two luxury tented camps – Vanya Vilas and Sher Bagh. An immersive wildlife experience even while at camp, each tent is replete with comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, and air conditioning, while the furnishings are typically Indian and lavish.