Ramathra

Set amidst bucolic Rajasthani countryside, the small rural hamlet of Ramathra is a gem. This is village India at its best, farmers carefully tend to their crops, shrines dot the fields and the pace of life is calm and leisurely. Ramathra surrounds a fort of the same name, a vast citadel originally granted to the ancestors of the current inhabitants nearly 400 years ago. Sympathetically converted to a lovely heritage hotel of only twelve rooms, there are lovely gardens and the views are fabulous. Ramathra’s setting is enchanting and the region offers some of the state’s best walking with numerous trails and paths taking in neighbouring villages and farms. For the more adventurous visit Kailadevi National Park which adjoins Ranthambore and supports a wide range of mammals, reptiles and birds or simply remain at the hotel and explore the fort.

Suggested Journeys for Ramathra

We are pleased to offer the following selection of suggested itineraries based on our personal experiences. By combining these itineraries with your thoughts and ideas we can tailor any journey to make it special, unique and designed around you.

Rajasthan - Land of Kings

19 days starting from £4980 per person

Covering some of the most significant sites of northern India, this itinerary encompasses the main highlights of this colourful and historic region. Based, where possible, around luxurious heritage hotels, begin your journey in the historic city of Delhi before travelling south to Agra, home of...