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Village Post Rohet, Rohet Garh, Rajasthan 306421, Rohetgarh , 306401 | Show on Map
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The Wilderness Camp comprises of 6 Deluxe Tents with attached tiled bathroom and hot water. Each tent has been placed so that it has a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. Two thatched huts have been built as dining and lounge areas along with a beautiful relaxation and sundowner deck. The Tents are well furnished in traditional Rajasthani style, with polished teak furniture. The camp site sits on a mound and each tent offers fantastic views of the beautiful western Rajasthani landscape.
by Dewar D on January 17, 2019
This is a small property, an offshoot of the Rohet Garh heritage hotel, of a few tents with central dining and bar areas, set on a rise in the land (on top of a dune perhaps) several kilometres into the desert wilderness from the parent hotel. The tents and full service bathrooms are super and to a high standard, as were the service and food. Our family were the only guests for our night there. We had been led to believe that we were going to be isolated and peaceful in the desert wilderness, but this was not so much the case. There is a village a further two kilometres into the desert, with all the normal village noises and in particular amplified music and religious proceedings. School children on their way to and back from school shouted from the track begging for money and sweets. There is also a new concrete hotel a few hundred metres in front of the camp, which although partly obscured by trees, destroys any impression of being in a 'Wilderness Camp'. While we enjoyed our stay there, and were very well looked after, my view is that they ought to relocate the camp to a new area where the annoying disruptions to a true wilderness experience could be avoided.
by Surreytraveller987 on November 26, 2017
Rohet Garh runs a very interesting camp around 25 minutes drive away through the scrub and desert of southern Rajasthan. We spent one night there to experience the silence of the countryside. The tents are very stylish, the beds are great and the bathrooms are fully equipped. What is more the food is supplied by the kitchens of Mihir Garh the uber smart 7 star resort hotel 10 minutes walk away which is the latest addition to the Rohet offering. So splendid food, luxury and a desert camping experience just delightful.
by Patricia E on February 18, 2017
Spent one night at the Wilderness Camp after 2 nights in Rohet Garh. Travelled there by jeep after visiting Bishnoi villages which was interesting but not overtaxing. We were the only two guests at the Camp and felt very spoiled and well looked after. It really is peaceful. After a light lunch and a cold beer we took a stroll to look at nearby Mihir Garh which is beautiful. We enjoyed the sunset on the terrace back in Camp and then had an excellent dinner. A set meal but with so many delightful dishes and breads it would be sure to please all tastes. The tents are spacious with large bathrooms and comfortable beds. There are various activities one can take part in but we were happy to take advantage of peace and quiet. The night sky is beautiful too.
by Bahama2014 on May 26, 2016
I am surprised to hear some negative reviews. I had the best time staying there. Truly enjoyed visiting the Bishnoi people (although don't advise to drink their water) and had a beautiful horse ride as well. Service was tip top and the tents were very nice. I would go back in a second. Also, I must thank the resort, my friend was not feeling 100% during the stay and they immensely kind and made special food for her.
by culturevulture94 on January 4, 2016
Wilderness Camp became a fun, special memory for us. This high-class "tenting" provided a lovely, modern bathroom and a really fine dining room. We enjoyed the tall, thin, red turbaned Mr. Singh who waited on us. Our gourmet dinner began with the greenest spinach soup ever and included delicious shaped chicken breast, fish curry, sweet & sour veg, herbed mashed potatoes and a yogurt curry sauce for the rice. Breakfast was lovely--cut fruit arranged beautifully on a platter, refills on the tea, a fresh cooked masala (mixed) omelet, not spicy. Then we had a "safari" to visit the Bishnoi village, clearly staged. But seeing their penchant for cleanliness and learning about their beliefs proved interesting. We also visited the potter's haunt and saw him throw three pots "the old way." The Brahmin village opium welcome ceremony was awesome, but we declined partaking the questionable water, the flies on the sugar, and the clearly addictive substance itself.
by culturevulture94 on January 3, 2016
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