THINGS TO DO IN KUTCH!!

Here we present a comprehensive list of things to do in kutch. It includes all the major events that take place and the places to visit in kutch. We take care of all the variables that may affect these: weather, distance, prime time, budget, and so on, to devise the ultimate guide. So get out of your hotels to let the traveler inside you overcome the tourist.

There are various activities to do in kutch, ranging from adventure to cultural to wildlife.

Sightseeing

Sightseeing

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Kutch known for its white salt desert has a wide array of tourist spots. Wild Ass and Chinkara sanctuaries adds to its natural attractions. Palaces like Prag and Aaina Mahals  defines unique architecture. It also has religious sites like Khera Koteshwar and Shiv temples. ..... Know more
sight-seeing rann of kutch

Sight-Seeing Rann Of Kutch

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The villages of Kutch. Visit Gandinugram, Abdulah and Sara Behen, the National Awardee porters of the area and Bell Maker village. After Lunch visit the White Rann and then drive to Dhorodo “Rann Utsav the Tent City” to see the performances. Later visit the craft bazaar & the Handicraft Market. ..... Know more
Kala Dunger & the Border View

Kala Dunger & The Border View

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Brace yourself for a guided tour of Border area and get a birds eye view of Kutch from the highest point, Kala dunger. See the famous ritual of Jackal being fed by the priest of Kala dunger everyday at noon and 7:00 in the evening. ..... Know more
Chari-Dhand wetland conservation

Chari-Dhand Wetland Conservation

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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. ..... Know more
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