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Less than an hour’s scenic drive from Jodhpur, the village of Rohet is a convenient place to stop on the way to or from Udaipur and has long been popular with travelers and writers seeking a peaceful place to relax or pen a few lines.

Experiencing Rohet

Originally a small settlement of the Bishnoi community, the main attraction is the lake, which attracts numerous winter migrants, and the small 16th century castle, Rohet Garh.

The countryside and the village itself have become a haven for traditional farming techniques, customs and ceremonies while guests may be afforded the rare privilege of being welcomed into people's homes.

The splendors of Jodhpur are only a short distance away and can easily be visited in a day but the charm of Rohet lies in that most simple of pleasures, doing nothing somewhere wonderful!

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Map of Rohet

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    Places near Rohet

    Accommodation choices for Rohet

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Rohet. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    • Wilderness Camp, Rohet

      Wilderness Camp


      Located in the wilderness south of Jodhpur this tented camp provides a real experience of desert life.

    • Pool, Rohet Garh, Rohet

      Rohet Garh


      Less than an hour from Jodhpur, this ancestral home has been converted into a luxury hotel where the descendants of the original owners are your hosts.

    • Plunge pool, Suite, Mihir Garh

      Mihir Garh

      First Class

      Commanding a wonderful setting in the middle of the desert, a mere 30 minutes from Rohet, close to the Wilderness Camp, Mihir Garh offers a stunning retreat like few others in Rajasthan.