Kutch with a backpack

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20th Feb 2016
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We were whisked away to the beautiful Tent city of Dhordo after our arrival at Kutch. The White Rann Resorts have their accommodation facilities closest to the Desert and provide transportation and food services too inclusive in the package cost. The hospitality exceeded expectations and this place is highly recommended for a comfort stay and some really awesome food!

Photo of The White Rann Resort by The Sassy Traveller
Photo of The White Rann Resort by The Sassy Traveller

So this is why we were here!!! The camels, the folk music, setting sun.....and a vast expanse of the sand gleaming in the sunlight...pure bliss! But this place had much more to offer than the scenic sunset and that was the full moon creating magic on the white sand! A treat to the senses...this place lived up to all the hype!

Photo of White Rann Desert by The Sassy Traveller
Photo of White Rann Desert by The Sassy Traveller
Photo of White Rann Desert by The Sassy Traveller
Photo of White Rann Desert by The Sassy Traveller

The highest point in Bhuj is a must visit to get that panaromic view of the city.

An absolute marvel..the architecture exudes serenity and is a must visit. This place is closest to Bhuj and is a part of the complimentary sightseeing in the travel package provided.

Photo of Swaminarayan Temple, Madhapar, Bhuj, Gujarat, India by The Sassy Traveller

This place revives the art and craft of Kutch and is a major textile hub in the area. A must visit to connect with the local artisans and get to understand their craft. And ofcourse to calm down the shopaholic in you!!

This palace is characterized by the Indian gothic style of architecture. However, the earthquake disaster at Bhuj has left this place in ruins. The famous Aina Mahal too lies in the vicinity of this palace. A perfect combination of art and perfection!!

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Is it necessary to book for tents or there are any other accomodations nearby? And do they provide entry tickets for the utsav if someone dont want to stay?
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