Gujarat celebrates the entity of Rann of Kutch each year between the months of Oct to March in the form of Rann Utsav. This celebration displays the rich culture and diversity of the region. Also, it is the ideal time to enjoy camel safaris on full moon nights, camping in luxurious tents, bonfires, cultural performances and savor the local cuisine. Rann Utsav is an underrated carnival BUT BELIEVE US when we say that it is one of the best festivals that you will ever be able to attend in India.
Where is it Celebrated?
The festival is celebrated in the arid expanse of Great Rann of Kutch in the Kutch district of Gujarat. Dhordo is the nearest inhabited area and is approximately 86 kilometers from Bhuj. This small village is situated on the edge of the salt desert and it is convenient to stay here or in the nearby Hodka village.
|Pickup Point||Bhuj Railway Station|
|Drop-off Point||Bhuj Railway Station|
|Mode Of transport||Private Vehicle|