16th – 27th October. Led by Rosy Tucker

Your chance to visit the Taj Mahal on a day trip and experience the colourful romance of Rajasthan.
loharu house

The weather will be wonderful; not too hot but blue skies and sunshine. Staying at Loharu House, the ancestral home of the Nawab of Loharu, we have booked the whole house and expect to knit in the garden and on the veranda.

As well as knitting, there will be time to visit Jaipur’s palaces and colourful markets. Some wonderful trips are planned; destinations include the Amber Fort and Palace and the Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. The shopping is wonderful – with shops catering for the western and domestic market.

Knit for Peace holidays always offer more – opportunities to see behind the tourist attractions to glimpse the real India.


£2,250 including bed and buffet breakfast and dinner (incl. local taxes).

Single room supplement – £250
Suite supplement – £250

Also included in the price are all knitting workshops (including materials), as well as visits to local projects and craftsmen and some special treats!

Optional extras:
– Visit the Taj Mahal (£45)
– Collection to and from Delhi airport (£30 each way)

The price of Knit for Peace holidays
Knit for Peace holidays include a donation to support the work of Knit for Peace, so we can continue to distribute tens of thousands of knitted items to those in need at home and abroad.

See also our Knit for Peace holidays – frequently asked questions.