How to Reach Rann of Kutch

Rann of Kutch is the largest salt deserts in India, located in the Thar Desert region of Kutch District in Gujarat. This salt marsh area is divided into Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch, home to endemic and endangered animal and plant species.

Get There

The best approached to reach Rann of Kutch is via Bhuj,Dhordo is the Gateway to the Rann. Nearest airport/railway station to Kutch is in the city of Bhuj, then hire a cab from Bhuj to reach Kutch.

Best Time

Rann of Kutch is one of the hottest areas of India, Summers are extremely hot.

Best time to visit Rann of Kutch in from November to February, December months offers the full moon night.

Tourism

The white sand desert of Rann is the most amazing tourist destination in India. Tourism in Rann of Kutch includes famous places of interest,Banni Grasslands,rich biodiversity and unique wildlife.

  • Kalo Dungar
  • Chir Batti
  • Gravity Hills

Handicrafts

The unique handicrafts of Kutch are embroidered cloths with different ethnic styles. Kutchi handicrafts are available around villages of Bhuj and and Rann of Kutch.

– Rann Utsav

Rann Utsav is an annual festival includes Music, Dance, nature beauty of White Rann as well as landscape view on full moon, Full moon night in the month of December.

Rann Utsav or Kutch

Dates: Start from 1st November 2017 to 20th February 2018.
Cost Per Person: INR 19500
Contact: Authorized Gujarat Tourism Tour Operator.

Event calendar for the Next Five Years:

1st November 2017 to 20th February, 2018

1st November 2018 to 28th February 2019

1st November 2019 to 28th February 2020

1st November 2020 to 28th February 2021

1st November 2021 to 28th February 2022

Nearby Destinations:

Bhuj is a famous destination near Rann of Kutch for handicraft shopping and also known for list of tourist attractions such as Swaminarayan temple,Tapkeshwari Temple,Kutch Museum,Prag Mahal and Aina Mahal.

Mandvi
Lakhpat
Dholavira
Narayan Sarovar

Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary

Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary is one of the last place in India to spot Indian Onager. The sanctuary is also habitat to many species of animals and birds such as Nilgai, Indian Wild Ass and Indian wolf.