Dhordo Tourism & Travel Guide

Dhordo is said to be a tourist hot spot that is preferred by many travelers who come to Kutch to see the great desert. Located close to these salty marshes, Dhordo is famous as it hosts the important Raan Utsav annually and becomes quite crowded. Tourists can hire cars are drive right up till the very edge of this white desert and stay over for a night. The place is beautiful and will mesmerize one. Those who have been here will tell one of how picturesque this place is and yet harsh at the same time. One is advised to plan carefully while making a trip to Dhordo.
Avoid June to September, the monsoons are bad here and floods the place.

Trips and Itineraries for Dhordo

As the state transport buses do not go all the way to Dhordo, and leave you somewhere in the middle of Bhuj-Dhordo....

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Experience the White Rann of Village Dhordo and visit the nearby Banni Villages....

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White Dessert Rd, Gorewali, Gujarat 370510, India
Day 2: Drive to Dhordo and attend Rann Utsav; Enroute visit Kalo Dungar, India-Pakistan Border.
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Hotels and Homestays in Dhordo   4 Hotels

Weekend Getaways from Dhordo  

Best time to visit - January,February,March,October,November,December
Examples of Rajput architecture and a prominent pearl fishing centre distinguish Gujarat’s lesser known gem, Jamnagar, from other cities. The age-old decaying buildings, narrow lanes and colourful bazaars make up for the lost charm inflicted by tall buildings and the brimming crowd. The scenic Lakhota Fort stands in the middle of the lake and is a fort like palace that now houses a museum of old collectables. It looks beautiful at sundown when the lake glitters in the yellow light that reflects from the monument. The Darbargadh Fort, constructed with a mix of European and Rajput architectural styles, is mesmerising to explore. Other must visits here are the Pratap Vilas Palace and Bhujio Kotho, a five-floor monument believed to be constructed for protection during invasions. There are also many Jain temples around the Chandi Bazaar that grant the place an old world charm. With a coastline that stretches till Dwarka, Jamnagar also offers some unspoilt beaches with white and golden sand. Shopping in Jamnagar is a treat and you must not forget to buy the world famous, multi-hued Bandhani fabric, which can be used as a dupatta or dress or even a sari. Taste the Gujarati delicacies of ghughra and dry fruit kachoris and consider the Express Residency or J R Avezika for a comfortable stay in the city.


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