Sujan Sher Bagh, India
Inspired by the safari campsites of the 1920s and ideally situated near the entrance of Ranthambhore National Park, Sujan Sher Bagh is an award-winning camp in the Indian wilderness and is the perfect spot for exciting tiger safaris.
The luxury Sujan Sher Bagh offers guests 12 luxury double-bedroom tents with private verandas and en suite bathrooms. Chosen by princes and emperors of the time, each tent is furnished with 19th century campaign style furnishings, boasting rose and teak woods amid soft muslin fabrics. The walls are gloriously lined with monochrome and sepia photographs detailing the rich history of the area and its royal visitors.
Unwind in the private heated pool after a long day of sightseeing before heading off to savour the sumptuous fare, which combines accents of Indian cookery and international cuisine. The food is a highlight of your stay here with delicious breakfasts, Anglo-Indian lunch and International recipes and traditional Indian dinners served around the evening camp fire.
Once the hunting ground of the Maharajahs of Jaipur, the Sujan family have played an important role in the conservation efforts here since 1974. The camp is ecologically friendly and promotes sustainable tourism.