Rohet is a quaint place that is found in the south of Jodhpur settled by the Bishnoi community. It has a major = centre of attraction is a 375 year old fortified desert home which stands on the banks of a small lake teeming with birdlife.
The refined family still resides in the Rohet Garh, renovated in the traditional Rajput style. Travveing within this city is quite interesting through jeep, camel or horse safaris into the desert and Bishnoi tribal areas.
The areas around Rohet are populated by the Bishnoi clan famous for their understanding to ecology. It is small village which is made of mud hamlets called Dhanis.
The region around Rohet is quite surprisingly rich in wildlife. With the help of Jeep, you will be able to see Neelgais (Blue Bull), handsome but shy Black Bucks, and the dainty Chinkaras. Moreover, there is number of bird-life activities such as Shikras, Indian Rollers, Black Shouldered Kites, Indian Coursers and Desert Wheatear,
Rohet Garh has some fine activity of Marwari horses. These horses are quite sensitive but honest nature and beautiful, free-flowing gait which make it a pleasure to ride. One can therefore enjoy and experience some wonderful riding. Due to its semi-arid shrub and bush vegetation, wide open spaces and soft terrain area, it becomes a perfect ride in the country
Tourists can make a unique experience by participating in culinary workshops. Here, Food is excellent that has inspired by late Thakurani Jayendra Kumari to author a small cookbook. The guests can join it and learn the recipes of different dishes as a sample of their efforts.