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Rann of Kutch Bike Tour



Welcome to the largest district of India. A seasonal salt marshland situated in the heart of the Thar Desert with Gujarat on one side and Pakistan’s Sindh province on the other, the district spans about 7, and is one of the largest salt deserts in the world. ‘Rann’ means desert is the huge grassland of White Sand spread over a distance of on one side and a great Indus valley civilization on other side (falling in Southern Pakistan). Feel the magical charm of Moon light above and white sand below to the infinity. Kutch festival provides an exclusive opportunity to witness the creative ingenuity of the artisans and craftspeople, assorted array of folk music and performances, mixed representation of culture and communities. 

Trip Days


Total km

1610 km

Town Stay

5 night in Hotel

Camp stay

2 night in camp


Between 20-30*c

Back top Road


Off Road


Best time to visit

October to March

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  • Itinerary




    Day 1:- Ahmedabad to Dholavira 370 km

    Stay :- Resort or Hotel

    Note :- Dholavira is an archaeological site at Khadirbet in

    Bhachau Taluka of Kutch District. The site contains ruins of an

    ancient Indus Valley Civilization/Harappan city. It is one of the

    fifth largest Harappan sites and most prominent archaeological sites

    in India belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization.  It is located

    on Khadir bet island of  Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary in the

    Great Rann of Kutch






    Day 2:- Dholavira to Bhuj 230 km

    Stay :- Resort or Hotel

    Note :-  Bhuj the Capital of Kutch is an interesting city

    mostly resurrected after 2001 earthquake. It has many

    Historic buildings such as Kutch Museum, Aina Mahal and Prag

    Mahal and sells many kachch handicrafts. Textile mills is the

    famous tourist attraction around the world.








    Day 3:- Bhuj  - Kalo Dungar ( Black Hill ) - Dhordo 150 km

    Stay :-  Camp or Hotel

    Note :-  It’s the highest point in kutch and probably the only place

    in Kutch where panoramic view of the Great Rann of Kutch is possible. Its famous for 400+ years Dattatray temple and its around 70 km

    from Dhordo. You can view the fencing lights of India-Pakistan

    border from the highest point once the sun is set.






    Day 4:- Dhordo to Lakhpat 140 km

    Stay:- Resort or Hotel

    Note:-Lakhpat is a sparsely populated town and sub-district

    in Kachchh district in the Indian state of Gujarat located at the mouth

    of Kori Creek. The town is enclosed by 7km long 18th-century fort walls.









    Day 5:- Lakhpat -  Koteshwar Temple to Mandvi

    Beach 190 km

    Stay:-  Beachside Huts or Hotel

    Note:- Mandvi (Gujrat: માંડવી) is a city and a municipality in

    Kutch district. It was once a major Port city of King Maharao of

    the Kutch state due to easy facility of foreign transport. The old city

    was enclosed in the fort wall and remains of the fort wall can still

    be seen. The city has a four-hundred-year-old ship building

    industry, which was started by the caste of Kharva that still builds

    small wooden ships.






    Day 6:- Mandvi beach to Little Rann ( Dasada) 330 km

    Stay:- Resort or Hotel

    Note:- It is a world famous location of white dessert and World’s

    last refuge for Indian wild ass (Khur). The desserts in monsoon

    provide water to the elevated bets which gets cultivated and feed

    to 2100 animals. Moon light beauty of the dessert can only

    be experienced. many local and migratory waterbirds like cranes,

    ducks, pelicans, flamingos and land birds like sandgrouse,

    francolins and the Indian bustards visit these place during monsoon.





    Day 7:- Dasada to Mount Abu 220 km

    Stay:- Resort or Hotel

    Note:- Mount Abu is a hill station in western India’s Rajasthan state, near the Gujarat border. Set on a high rocky plateau in the Aravalli Range and surrounded by forest, it offers a relatively cool climate and views over the arid plains below. In the center of town, Nakki Lake is a popular spot for boating. Close by are the centuries-old Dilwara Temples, ornately carved from white marble and of great spiritual importance.

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  • Contact

    HIG 4 Housing Board Colony Nahan
    Rahul Chauhan / Mat +91-9896165335
    Ricky Singh / RICK +91-9781336000
    Mr Vivek / Vic +91-9872020056