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in the state of Rajasthan is one finest places in the world to
see wild tigers. Its name comes from the vast fort, a citadel
in the middle of the forest. The fort was in existence in the
8th century and the area around is littered with ruins: lake palaces,
ancient step wells, cupolas, guard posts, temples and memorial
stones, all bear witness to Ranthambhore's varied and fascinating
history. Emperor Akbar fought a battle here for the control
of the fort in the 16th century. An 18th century traveller described
the fort as being famous throughout India, well protected, completely
inacessible, concealed in mountainous regions where the ridges
were high and surrounded the entire fort, leaving only the thick
forest gorges below as entrances and exists which could be defended.
Today this tract of land has another ruler: the tiger haunts the
narrow gorges of the fort and has even been known to venture atop
the turn of the century the Ranthambhore forests had become the
private hunting reserves of the Maharajas of Jaipur. Hunting
was banned in 1971 and a few years later, Project Tiger was launched.
Few knew then that Ranthambhore would become the finest tiger
in the world
family has played an active part in the conservation effort at
Ranthambhore since 1974 and continues to do so more than 40 years
on. We have witnessed regeneration; a life cycle of the wild in
motion, evolving with the changing narrative of this magical land.
Sher Bagh is a pioneering, tented camp of 12 luxurious tents nestling
on the borders of the world–renowned Ranthambhore National Park.
Inspired by the safari encampments of the 1920s, preferred by
Princes and Grand Seigneurs of the time, each tent is furnished
with 19th century 'Campaign Style' furniture and has all the comforts
you could wish for on safari. Sher Bagh was among India’s first
luxury tented camps. It promotes sustainable tourism, is ecologically
friendly, provides high levels of service and a faultless Ranthambhore
experience. An award winning camp and one of the first members
of Relais & Châteaux in India, Sher Bagh is globally acknowledged
as the most charming and authentic place to stay in Ranthambhore.
We invite you to share our passion for the wild and perhaps help
preserve this corner of the planet’s living paradise.
classic safari camp is reminiscent of the shikar camps and the
bandobast of another age. Pitched under a canopy of indigenous
trees, all planted by our family over the last three decades,
the camp pays tribute to our core values of giving back to nature
by remaining small and compact, encompassing the surrounding wilderness.
White cotton canvas tents are furnished with beautifully handcrafted
campaign furniture in original rosewood and teak. Bespoke Halcyon
Days accessories are the other elements that make Sher Bagh ‘a
classic’ within the SUJÁN family portfolio.
mysteries of the ultimate Big Cat weave their way into the design
of the camp, making an appearance in print and thread throughout
the tents. The founding vision is clear, Sher Bagh is the soul
where stories are told and memories recalled around the campfire,
and where every guest is welcomed into a home.
invite you to relive life on safari, as it was intended to be
experienced. Our 12 hand–stitched canvas tents reflect the style
of the 1920s and evoke nostalgic sensibilities of life on safari
during the heyday of the Raj. The camp is furnished in Edwardian
campaign style furniture, which famously decked the future King
of England, Edward VIIIth’s celebrated tour of India’s wild heartlands
in 1921. Our bathrooms and showers have been described as ‘a hedonists
delight’ while others have called Sher Bagh’s design ‘the most
sonorous note in Ranthambhore’s symphony’.
ROYAL ‘BURRA SAHIB’ SUITE The finest address in Ranthambhore,
our ‘Burra Sahib’ suite, is set in a generous, walled in space
within a private clearing protected by grassed walls. The interiors
lay spoiling emphasis on comfort and the suite is furnished with
impeccably designed pieces of colonial style campaign furniture.
Relax under the shade of sleepy neem trees or enjoy the sweeping
views of grasslands from your verandah. The heated, private swimming
pool offers a perfect place to cool off, or warm up, on either
side of your game drives, in peaceful and pristine privacy with
unobstructed views of the Reserve. Your private butler will attend
to your every want, ensuring every need is taken care of. Quite
simply, there is no better place than this to indulge yourself.
LUXURY ‘PUKKA SAHIB’ SUITE Underneath the shade of gooseberry
and wild guava trees lies the ‘Pukka Sahib’ suite. This patch
of luxury comes with its own private walled–in garden, Jacuzzi
and open–air tree shower. The feeling here is a rich evocation
of Edwardian Raj on safari. As with the ‘Burra Sahib’, the finest
campaign style furniture adorns the space. Areas for lounging
in between and after game drives, in serene and quiet privacy,
are guaranteed and the beds are the most comfortable you will
find anywhere. Natural, hand–built mud walls enclose the suite
and the Sher Bagh campfire is only a short walk away. A netted
verandah gives guests the option of being ‘enclosed’ but able
to view the birdlife that the camp is teeming with. Your private
butler attends to your every need.
TENTS Recently refurbished and enlarged, our 10–tented suites
are more spacious than ever before. Larger in size, each air–conditioned
tent has its own veranda, appointed with campaign furniture, to
relax and enjoy the surrounding wilderness. The en–suite stone
bathrooms have hot water showers and natural vetiver products.
The deliciously comfortable beds are embellished with fine hand
embroidered cushions capturing scenes from the jungle. Bespoke
room accessories by Halcyon Days UK, adorn the teak wood writing
table. The butler bell at the side of your bed will ensure there
is always someone to attend you.
- Place of interest
10th century Ranthambhore Fort situated within the National Park.
It has one of the country's most important temples of Lord
Ganesha as well as picturesque Mughal and Rajput
Pali Ghat. A ideal place for boating and a picnic lunch
on the banks of Chambal River
A visit to various field projects like a forestation, dairy development
and Medicare being undertaken by the Ranthambhore Foundation,
Prakratik and other NGOs
carefully designed menus combine Anglo–Indian and European lunches,
with traditional Indian dinners cooked on outdoor clay ovens.
The nourishing homegrown ingredients, handpicked from our organic
herb and vegetable garden and the Sher Bagh Farm, add great value
to an entirely fresh gastronomical experience. Live cooking, where
guests are invited to participate, is an enduring feature of camp
life and one of the most relaxing ways to round off a day tracking
wildlife in the jungle. We welcome you to share these culinary
experiences where, surrounded by wild grasses and under the dome
of a starlit sky, one eats off traditional thaali’s while sharing
the jungle lore of the day. Meals can be served in more secluded
areas of the camp for those looking to spend a private evening
under the stars.
Sher Bagh Jungle Spa lies under the spread of an ancient peepal
tree (religiosa indica), ensuring seclusion and privacy amidst
a medley of birdsong. We offer a variety of therapies ranging
from a full body massage to long practiced reflexology treatments.
Whatever your choice, the treatments are a relaxing and healthy
interlude. Our therapists have been professionally trained by
some of the best–known masters. Popular with guests after a journey
on rural roads, the ‘pot hole reviver’ is a huge hit.
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