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 For historical references book a day for the Anjar town and Gandhidham which is the capital of Kutch.