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Sher Bagh Camp

about sher bagh camp, ranthambore national park

12 Luxurious double tents sit in a semi circle around the garden and tented Pavilion, all en-suite with their own little private veranda. Naturally blending with their surroundings, these ‘tents’ provide wonderful accommodations to guests looking for a really authentic Indian jungle safari.

Situated in Ranthambore National Park on a private estate, Sherbagh Camp is one of the best places in India to find the majestic tigers and a wonderful spot to relax in a traditional safari atmosphere in completely unique luxury.

A luxurious place to stay whilst tracking tigers in Ranthambore National Park.

sher bagh camp details

Style

Luxurious custom made tented accommodation, each with its own veranda.

Setting

Just a 10 minute drive from the entrance to the Ranthambore, set amongst trees on a private estate with beautiful views over the valley.

Accommodation & Facilities

The luxurious tents feature handcrafted, campaign style furniture made from rosewood and teak, all of which has been made especially for the camp. Each tent has its own veranda and wonderful bathrooms with twists of green marble and sandstone. Bathrooms have hot and cold running water as well as a sunken shower and specially made soaps.

The main lodge has a clean, spacious and airy feel to it, with 2 floors. The second floor includes a library/bar area, the perfect spot to relax with a drink between jungle adventures. There is also a swimming pool, surrounded by sun loungers with a spectacular view over the edge.

Dining

Food is picked straight from the camps organic garden and served as delicious cuisine. From an expansive range of fresh fruit, muesli and cooked food for breakfast, to Italian lunches and traditional Indian dinners. Dine indoors or al fresco around the fire!

Activities

Activities here are into Ranthambore National Park. Part of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve – The Sawai Modhopur Sanctuary, has now been opened to visitors and half/full day excursions can be organised. The 8th Century Fort, within the park, is well worth a visit as is the old city of Sawai Madhopur, known for its jewellery, old temples and perfumes. Horseback safaris can be organised outside of the reserve with a picnic lunch and you can also visit Surwal Lake, where you will find migratory ducks, geese and a variety of other birds. Within walking distance of the camp is the Dastakari Kendra, which provides employment to the women of the villas, keeping alive local and traditional skills.

Child Policy

Children welcome.

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