Tour details

Kutch Darshan

Kutch Nahi Dekha To Kya Dekha!...

An abundance of tradition and culture in vibrant colors, Kutch is a fascinating land and no visit to Gujarat is complete without a sojourn to this peninsular district. Kutch is the largest border district in the Indian sub continent and the second largest district in India. The word Kutch means something that become alternately wet and dry, which is based on the fact that Rann of Kutch becomes submerged under water during the rains. The people are very sturdy, business minded and seafaring.

Welcome to Kutch, Arrival in Bhuj, check inn to hotel and after refreshment go for visit full day Mandvi. Mandvi beach is White Sand beach, First we visit Vijay Vilas Palace, and later go for Visit Shree Shyamji Krishna Verma memorial and after Lunch go for Visit Ambe Dham at Godhara Village, [ Vaisno Devi Mandir, Ram Shila Kund ] and return to Mandvi evening enjoy at Mandvi Beach after Sunset return to Bhuj, on the way we visit 72 Jain Temple [ Bauter Jainalay ] and tack dinner at Bhuj, and overnight.


Bhuj - Narayan Sarovar – Koteshwar - Bhuj

Visit Holy place of Mata Nu Madh [ Maa Ashapura Temple ], in Local people “ Kutch Ni Dhaniyani Maa Ashapura “, and After Transfer to Narayan Sarovar, and Koteshwar, Return to Bhuj and attend Sandhya Aarti Darshan at Shri Swaminaryan Temple and transfer to hotel, take Dinner and overnight Stay. Narayan Sarovar : According to Hindu theology, there are five sacred lakes; collectively called Panch- Sarovar; Mansarovar, Bindu Sarovar, Narayan Sarovar, Pampa Sarovar and Pushkar Sarovar. They are also mentioned in Shrimad Bhagavata Purana. As per legends, one of the holy rivers of India, Sarasvati River had an out let in to sea near present-day Narayan Sarovar and waters of lake were filled with holy waters of River Saraswati, that is why this place was and is still considered as one of the five holy lakes by Hindus.

The story of Koteshwar begins with Ravana, who won a boon from Lord Shiva for an outstanding display of piety. This boon was the gift of a Shiva linga of great spiritual power, but which Ravana, in his arrogant haste, accidentally dropped and it fell to earth at Koteshwar. To punish Ravana for his carelessness, the linga turned into a thousand identical copies (some versions of the story say ten thousand, some a million; suffice to say it was quite a lot.) Unable to distinguish the original, Ravana grabbed one and departed, leaving the original one here, around which Koteshwar Temple was built.

Bhuj – White Desert

The Great Rann of Kutch (there's a Little Rann of Kutch also), is a not to miss to visit in Kutch. It's the world's largest salt desert, measuring over 15,000 square kilometers. During Monsson this is merged into water & for remaining period it is a Big White Patch beyond our Imagination. The most popular to stay site is at Dhordo in Kutchi Bhunga. It's made up of mud huts, traditionally crafted and decorated with handicrafts. Othe place is Sham e Sarhad Resort at Hodko.

White Rann, This day we enjoy one of the most beautiful land on the earth White Rann, check inn to Pure Kutchi type traditional Bhunga and enjoy Kutchi Food after lunch go for visit Karo Dungar, Khavda Village and White Rann, after sunset return to Resort enjoy Cultural fold music at Resort and overnight stay.

Kutch nahin dekha to Kuchch Nahin Dekha !!! Come To Our Incredible Mother Land and Experience the Zeal and Vibrant Colours!...