Chari-Dhand Wetland Conservation
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|timelapse||Available Time||- 08:00 to 19:00|
|date_range||Best Time to visit||- June to August|
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Chari-Dhand wetland conservation reserve which is located on the edge of arid Banni grassland and the marshy salt flats of the Rann of Kutch. It is currently legally protected under the status as a Protected or Reserve Forest in India. Chari means salt affected and Dhand means shallow wetland, Dhand is a Sindhi word for a shallow saucer shaped depression. This is a seasonal desert wetland and only gets swampy during a good monsoon, receiving water from the north flowing rivers as well as from the huge catchment areas of many surrounding big hills.