Nestled on the borders of world renowned Ranthambore National Park, Suján Sher Bagh transports you to the 1920s, evoking life on safari during the heyday of the British Raj. The Suján family has played an active role in the conservation effort at Ranthambhore since 1974, and continues to do so more than 40 years on. Sher Bagh is a pioneering camp of 10 luxurious tents, and 2 exceptional tented suites. Enjoy crackling campfires under star lit skies, where naturalists to share the facts of the forest. It’s a place where comfort, style and conservation meet. Sher Bagh’s guides and offer an unsurpassed game drive experience. Their incredible knowledge of the park and the behavior of its star inhabitant, the tiger, together with their passionate enthusiasm, make a stay here unparalleled. When not on safari, relax under the shade of sleepy neem trees with a book from the library or to take a dip in the private, heated swimming pool watching the sunset. The cuisine here combines Anglo-Indian style lunches and traditional Indian dinners cooked over the fire in clay ovens using homegrown ingredients, hand-picked from the gardens.