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Sujan Sher Bagh, Ranthambore

Sujan Sher Bagh offers a truly luxurious experience, with a touch of nostalgia, whilst being surrounded by nature on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park.

An intimate experience with just 12 beautifully furnished tented suites, and some great options for families; the service is impeccable, and the food exquisite, showcasing the best of local flavours with fresh seasonal produce, much of which comes from the Sher Bagh farm and vegetable garden. Evenings are spent sharing stories around the campfire, there is a small pool to cool off in between safaris, and a secluded spa for a spot of relaxation.

Facilities & Activities

Morning and evening game drives, in search of the elusive tiger, are the focus of most stays in Ranthambore, but there are plenty of other activities on offer to fill the time in between. Join one of the camp’s excellent guides on a walk to Ranthambore Fort, with breath-taking views from the top; take part in a Junglee Cooking Class; or visit Dastakar NGO producing handicrafts created by women from the surrounding villages.

Spending time relaxing at the camp is an absolute must, whether it be with a book from the library, a dip in the pool or a relaxing massage in the SUJAN Spa. The ‘pot hole reviver’ is particularly popular after a journey on the rural roads! Yoga classes are also available and there is a small gym.

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The dining tent serves sumptuous breakfasts, European style lunches and traditional Indian dinners cooked on outdoor clay ovens and served al fresco. With a farm-to-table approach, much of the produce used comes from the camp’s own herb and vegetable garden and the Sher Bagh Farm. Guests are invited to participate in live cooking, a fun and sociable way to round off the day.


The camp has just 12 stylish tented suites, furnished with beautifully handcrafted campaign furniture in rosewood and teak, oozing an old-world charm. In the ‘Jungle’ Suites, ensuite bathrooms come with a standalone brass bathtub and open stone shower, and glass and canvas walls open onto a private veranda. Upgrades are available to The Royal ‘Sher’ Suite with its own garden, private pool, outdoor fireplace and wooden deck with open-air shower and bathtub. The Imperial ‘Raj Bagh’ Suite, has two double bedrooms as well as a private pool and outdoor living space – perfect for a family.

Those travelling as more than a single couple could consider the ‘Machhli’ Suite, which consists of two adjacent tented ‘Jungle’ Suites, set back from the main guest tents, in a private walled garden.

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Children will love staying at Sujan Sher Bagh, particularly those with a love of wildlife and nature, making it is a great choice for families. The excitement of searching for a tiger on a game drive, visiting Ranthambore fort, or for any budding chefs, joining a cooking class, followed by a night under canvas, will create a lifetime of memories.

The Imperial ‘Raj Bagh’ Suite, with two bedrooms, is perfect for families and the kids will love the private pool. Extra beds can be added to the ‘Jungle’ Suites for children up to the age of 12, or alternatively the Family ‘Machhli’ Suite consists of two adjacent ‘Jungle’ Suites, set away from the other tents, within a private walled gardens.


The owner’s vision is to preserve and protect parts of the Indian wilderness as well as their diverse cultural heritage for future generations. As well as operating in an environmentally conscious way at every level of the business, a conversation contribution is added to all guests stays which goes towards conversation and community development projects in the area, through the family’s SNS Foundation. The mission of the foundation is to create social impact among rural communities, with the aim of achieving economic self-reliance and coexisting harmoniously with the environment. Their work includes a sanitation programme, a mobile medical unit, adopting schools to improve education, and investing in wildlife conservation and anti-poaching programmes.


Sujan Sher Bagh is set on the edge of Ranthambore National Park, pitched under a canopy of indigenous trees, and about a 10 minute jeep ride from the entrance to the park. Sawai Madhopur train station is about a 20-minute drive away – a great way to arrive avoiding the long road journey from Agra, and to experience the Indian railways.

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