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Kutch tourism guide

Dive into the serene charm of fine white sand
Tourism In Kutch

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Current weather:

Best time to visit:

Nov - Feb



Ideal Duration:

2-3 Days

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Kutch Tourism Guide

Tourism in Kutch brings the visitors close to its surreal beauty and shows them all the best reasons to get enticed with the vast stretches of white salt spread over the shores of Rann of Kutch. The Kutch travel guide advises tourists to visit between December–February, during which Kutch celebrates the most popular Rann Festival in which the complete grandeur of the beach is decorated meticulously with numerous cultural festivals and adventure activities. Tourism in Kutch district supplements the visitors with the glimpses of our neighboring country Pakistan and the Indo-Pakistan border.

The best time to visit Kutch is during Rann Utsav, which is held every year from November through February. It is also the winter season so weather in Kutch is ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities. Let’s explore all the major tourist places in Kutch in our detailed Kutch travel guide below:

Kutch Tourism takes the tourists to Dholavira to witness the excavated Indus-Valley Civilization, and savor into the best embroidery crafts and hand works available. One can also take day trips to The Marine National Park, The Kutch Desert Sanctuary, The Flamingo Sanctuary, The Wild Ass Sanctuary, Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary and the Kutch Bustard Sanctuary.

Tourism in Kutch begins from Bhuj which marks the beginning of the Rann of Kutch and draws specific attention to The Mandvi beach located here. One of the best places to visit in Kutch, the Narayan Sarovar located in Bhuj has earned huge popularity owing to its intermixing of 5 pious lakes namely Man Sarovar, Pampa Sarovar, Bindu Sarovar, Pushkar Sarovar and Narayan Sarovar. The breathtakingly beautiful sight of Hamirsar Lake included in the Kutch tour guide can be enjoyed with a walk around its border.

Kutch tourism never misses out on the beauty of Kandla Port and Mudra Port, the joint conjecture of which is mainly visited for the rare sightings of various species of birds. For historical references book a day for the Anjar town and Gandhidham which is the capital of Kutch.


How To Reach Kutch

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

If you want to know how to reach Kutch by air, the flight booking should be done only to Bhuj, which is the nearest airport. Bhuj enjoys great flight connectivity from many places in the country and this makes traveling by air one...

By Train

How to reach Kutch by train isn’t anything to worry about as the nearest railway station is Bhuj, which is located at a distance of eighty kilometers from here. Some of the major trains like Bhuj-Pune Express, Bhuj-Shalimar Weekly...

By Road

The only direct way to reach Kutch is to travel by road. Many state and private buses are available from major cities that make your travel convenient. It is at a distance of four hundred kilometers from Ahmedabad, and hence can b...

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What are the famous fairs and festivals in Gujarat?

Navaratri, Rann Utsav, and Uttarayan (kite festival) are famous festivals in Gujarat. The Bhavnath Fair in Junagadh, Vautha Fair in Vautha, Shamlaji Mela near Himmatnagar, and Dang Darbar in Ahwa are popular fairs to visit in Gujarat.

Can I find non-vegetarian food in Gujarat?

While Gujaratis are known for their vegetarianism, non-veg food is not all that hard to find in major cities in Gujarat. There are plenty of restaurants serving all kinds of cuisine in Gujarat.

Can I drink alcohol in Gujarat?

Gujarat is renowned for being a dry state, meaning alcohol is banned in the state. It is not advised for travellers to purchase liquor illegally in Gujarat. However, there are some designated high-end hotels that sell alcohol to permit holders. A permit can be acquired from the officials by showing a valid identity proof. Non-Indians can also purchase a 30-day permit to buy alcohol in Gujarat.

Is Gujarat safe to visit for solo travellers?

Ahmedabad is considered one of the safest city in India, especially for solo travellers. The Gujaratis are very warm and welcoming people. However, it is best to take care of yourself like in any other place during travel and keep your luggage safe at all times.

What are the emergency contact numbers for travellers in Gujarat?

Police Control Room: 100Women's Helpline: 181Medical Helpline: 108Ambulance helpline: 102Fire Service: 101Gujarat Tourism Helpline: 1800 233 7951

Kutch Tourism Guide

Tourism in Kutch gives its visitors an opportunity to acknowledge the historical evidence and explore the ancient pieces of beauty in the Kutch museum. One can either worship at Bhadreshwar Jain Temple, or visit the Aina Mahal at Bhuj for an unbelievable idea of the fine craft of the previous era.

Tourism in Gujarat offers the list of authentic dishes too. Owing to the overwhelming influence of Jainism and Buddhism, the food here has the tastiest shade of vegetarian delicacies. Kutch has its own traditional delicacy of Bajra-na-Rotla which is accompanied by Lassi, Buttermilk or Chhas. The place breathes within the essence of Gujarati thali, chakri, dhokla, papar, Kachumber, fafda, sev, Khandvi, and Khaman.