Desert Architecture of Rajasthan

Desert Architecture of Rajasthan

  • Carved dome at Roy
    Carved dome at Roy
  • Fatehpur Sikri with Diwan i Khas
    Fatehpur Sikri with Diwan i Khas
  • Amer Fort near Jaipur
    Amer Fort near Jaipur
  • Taj Mahal in Agra
    Taj Mahal in Agra
  • Garden near Amer Fort
    Garden near Amer Fort
  • Mehrangrah Fort, Jodhpur
    Mehrangrah Fort, Jodhpur

Princes and palaces in India's desert state

Departing: Friday 2 March 2018
Returning: Saturday 17 March 2018
Duration: 16 days

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Rajasthan is consistently India’s best-loved tourist destination, famous for its multitude of forts and fine palaces built over many centuries by its former Rajput kings and warlords.Travel through the northern and central parts of the region, bordering the Thar Desert, where the royal architecture developed its own unique flavour as architects and craftsmen responded to the challenges of the terrain.

Visit Rajasthan’s major cities, from the world-famous buzzing metropolis of Jaipur with its beautiful palaces and bustling markets, to the delightfully quiet and remote outpost of Nagaur, where you can explore the recently restored Garden Palace.


  • Enjoy the magnificent fort and palace museum of Mehrangarh in Jodhpur
  • Visit Bikaner and stay in the Maharaja’s former shooting lodge by the lake at Gajner
  • Explore the deserted towns of Shekhawati, famed for its painted houses



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*Price details

* Per person sharing including international flights from London. Single supplement £1,345/$1,600.

$4,365 - please note that this US Dollar price is based on the exchange rate in April 2017. Contact the relevant operator for the most up-to-date price information.