For us, forests are not just about sighting tigers. They are also about the beautiful trees, the grasses, the birds, the reptiles, other mammals… and of course being in touch with the forest itself. Not many places allow this, while giving you the comfort and good food you need.
Khem Villas in Ranthambhore National Park is one of a kind. With enough forested walks inside the property, you don’t miss going out to the forests. Sit by the water bodies and watch the resident wild crocodiles bask in the sun. Or go for your morning walks and find munias and parakeets feeding on grass seeds, and partridges calling at sunset. Sometimes, we have run into a family of Wild Boars or a Nilgai or even more…(make sure you always walk with the resident naturalist). Hang out at the bonfire by the pond in the evening, sipping your drink and watching the stars through the spotting scope. The large dining area (which serves excellent vegetarian food) is the perfect place to meet travellers and share stories of the jungles. We love jungles and absolutely love the Khem Villas.
Do take some time out and visit the old city of Sawai Madhopur as well. With plenty of history, you will find fascinating old architecture and of course, some of the best kachoris and jalebis.
10 thoughts on “Khem Villas : A Luxury Stay In Ranthambhore”
Amazing clicks 🙂 Paramvir. I like your photography skills and photos captured by you.
Thanks for sharing 🙂
Such exotic place!
wow..lovely photos…i will definetly visit there..thanks for sharing…
Hi Susmita! Yes its definitely worth a visit.
The Ranthambhore National Park is my dream destination which I soon plan to cross off my bucket list, Param and Shikha. When there, I wouldn’t hesitate to stay at this mesmerizing villa. Thanks for the recommendation. How many days would be enough to explore this park?
Hi Lydia. The National park has about 10 entrances. You can explore each of them or choose to explore only a few. But do not go in wishing to see a Tiger. That’s unpredictable. The journey into the forests itself is the destination.
I’m sure you didn’t want to leave there. 🙂
This was a really interesting post, thanks for sharing your travel experience.