Info : Sher Bagh
Ranthambore’s original luxury tent camp was established at the turn of the century on land that was once considered barren and uninhabitable. Years later, the forests are healthy and teeming with wildlife, and Sher Bagh is booming.
There’s a unique Edwardian ambience, particularly under the stars when the pathways are lantern-lit. Outdoor dining is a starlit pleasure and usually a friendly, social occasion. You’ll find plenty of pleasant areas for relaxing, reading, swimming, snoozing, and dining. There are spa facilities onsite, and guests are welcome to participate in live cooking sessions. Another great thing about Sher Bagh is its commitment to eco-luxury. The cuisine is organic and largely sourced from the campsite’s own garden. Additionally, there are complimentary discussions by visiting naturalists and conservationists.
The twelve tents are inspired by the safari accommodations preferred by Indian royalty in the 1920’s. Each tent is air conditioned with a constant flow of hot and cold water and a private veranda.
With a park entrance just ten minutes away, this is a great place to come for tiger spotting in Ranthambore National Park and wandering through the ruins of the nearby fort. This glamorous experience comes highly recommended.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
Eastern India is a great holiday - Calcutta vibrant, the Sunderbans peaceful, the mountains majestic and the monasteries interesting. I won't mention the roads!