The region is a nest of temples, archaeological wonders, rugged mountains, still waters, and exotic wildlife; inside the walls is five-star luxury and service.
ZONING out in the word’s second most populous country seems a little contradictory, unless you know where to land: India offers plenty of peace and quiet.
In the wilderness of Rajasthan, India’s largest state, booming spice markets and jam-packed trains give way to lush mountain ranges, tiger reserves, and idle villages.
Amanbagh is your base in beautiful Rajasthan. The 40-room resort is operated by elite hospitality group Aman, and its guestbook is an autograph hunter’s treasure trove signed by the likes of Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, and Bill Gates.
Each suite in this Mughal palace has a handsome bathtub carved out of local Udaipur green marble, as well as a personal bar for you to throw a mini house party.
Between Indian yoga, Henna tattoos, outdoor swims, and nature hikes, see the nearby Sariska National Park’s Bengal tigers – this was once the private hunting ground and camp for local ruler Maharaja of Alwar.
Private aircraft can land at Jaipur Airport, a 90-minute drive from the resort. Amanbagh can arrange a chauffeured Mahindra XUV 500 to pick you up. If you or clients want a more direct transfer, the resort has its own heliport.
IATA code: JAI
Runway length: 9176ft/2797m
Ajabgarh, Rajasthan, India
Tel +91 1465 223 333
Rates from US$605/nt