Have you ever traveled kilometres across a marshy salt desert with a pleasant ambiance and a white desert brimming with pleasure and culture?

Kutch offers everything!

If you want to spend a leisurely break away from the bustle of city life and get lost in the beauties of nature and culture then, Kutch is calling you. Kutch is endowed with a rich history and is a major tourist attraction all around the year. Kutch's architectural beauty, cultural treasures, and delicious food will make it a lot harder for you to leave.

Winter is the finest season to visit Kutch because the chilled atmosphere and long winter evenings create an aesthetic charm and a pleasant vibe throughout the day. Although Kutch is all about natural beauty and culture, there are a few attractions you should not miss visiting during your vacation to Kutch.

Rann of Kutch

We've all heard or seen images of the majestic Rann of Kutch, but experiencing it through our own eyes is a sight that no words or pictures would justify. During the Rann Utsav, organized every year between November and February by Gujarat Tourism, the white salty marshy region spread across miles is extraordinary. During the Rann Utsav, visitors get to explore Rajasthan's culture, art, and way of life. Among the most remarkable events observed in Kutch during Rann Utsav are the kite festival, the New Year, and full moon days.


Near Kutch, Mandvi has a beach, Mandvi Beach, which will be a fun place to live after being in the desert. Camping near Mandvi beach is also a great way to spend a night beneath the stars. Vijay Vilas Palace, constructed in 1929 and located in Mandvi, is a tourist attraction where tourists can see historical craftsmanship.

Kalo Dungar

From desert to the beach and now to mountain, Kutch has everything to offer. Kalo Dungar, at 1516 feet above sea level, provides a fantastic view of the desert and sky meet.

Indian wild ass sanctuary

If you're looking for a thrilling experience, Indian wild ass sanctuary is the place to go. Safaris with camels and jeeps are a must-do here.

Villages in Kutch

Tourists can experience the perfect blend of village life where still the locals live in a cluster of houses near to each other. Locals here are skilled artisans who specialized in

  • Ornamental goods
  • Rogan Art
  • Copper bells
  • Embroidered clothing with mirror work
  • Chunky silver jewellery
  • Bandhini sarees or dupattas
  • Famous ajrakh block printing shawls

And many more other items from which tourists can shop and take home a bag full of memories.

What are you waiting for? Book your days at Kutch because

"Kutch nahin dekha to kuch nahin dekha"