Place to Visit

White Rann
White Rann

The White Desert: Rann of Kutch, known to be the largest salt desert in the world. The Hindi word "Rann" means Desert. It is about 7,505.22 square kilometers (2,897.78 sq mi) in size. It is located in the district of Kutch of Gujarat, India and the Sindh province of Pakistan.

Distance From Bhuj: 85 KM

Aina Mahal / Prag Mahal
Aina Mahal / Prag Mahal

Aina Mahal is an 18th-century palace, built by Rao Lakhpatji in 1761. It is located in Bhuj-Kutch, Gujarat, India. The white Marble walls and the decoration of gold lace and glass are really iconic and mesmerizing.

Prag Mahal, named after Rao Pragmalji II, was commissioned in 1865. It is located in Bhuj, Gujarat, India. It was designed by Colonel Henry Saint Wilkins in the Italian Gothic style. Many Italian artisans and local Kutchi builder community known as Mistris of Kutch were involved in the construction of Prag Mahal, which took it final shape in 1879.

Distance From Bhuj: 0 KM

Mandvi
Mandvi

Mandvi is a port city located in the District of Kutch, Gujarat. Once, It was a major port of kutch, founded by the Khengarji, the king of Kutch, in 1574. Amazing Beach, shipbuilding area, and The Vijaya Vilas Palace are the attraction of Mandvi.

Distance From Bhuj: 52 KM

Black Hills
Black Hills

Black Hill, Locally known as Kalo Dungar, 25km north of khavda, is the Highest Point (at 462 m) in Kutch, Gujarat. The hill is also famous for a 400-year-old temple to Dattatreya, the three-headed incarnation of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva in the same body. You can see the Great Rann of Kutch and Pakistan border from the Top. The place is one of kind which certainly gives you the glimpse of astonishing nature, vanishes into the infinite sky.

Distance From Bhuj: 90 KM

Narayan Sarovar
Narayan Sarovar

Narayan Sarovar is a village and place of pilgrimage for Hindus on the Kori Creek. It is located in Lakhpat taluka of Kutch district, Gujarat, India. Narayan Sarovar Lake is one of the 5 holy lakes of Hinduism, along with Mansarovar in Tibet, Pampa in Karnataka, Bhuvaneshwar in Orissa and Pushkar in Rajasthan.

Distance From Bhuj: 152 KM

Koteshwar
Koteshwar

A place of an ancient Shiva Temple. The village is located near the mouth of Kori Creek, in the west of Kutch district of Gujarat, India. It is the place where India’s land border ends.

Distance From Bhuj: 154 KM

Mata no Madh
Mata no Madh

Mata no Madh is a village, dedicated to Ashapura Temple (Goddess Ashapura), located in Lakhpat Taluka of Kutch, Gujarat. The village is surrounded by hills and other temples as well.

Distance From Bhuj: 90 KM

Lakhpat Fort
Lakhpat Fort

Lakhpat is barely populated town and sub-district in Kutch, Gujarat. It is named after Rao Lakha. The town is surrounded by 7 km long 18th-century fort walls, built by Jamadar Fateh Muhammed.

Distance From Bhuj: 135 KM

Bhujodi
Bhujodi

A small town located nearby Bhuj-Kutch. It is a major textile center of Kutch. You can visit the grand Vande Mataran Memorial, a 4D Indian History Museum.

Distance From Bhuj: 8 KM

Dholaveera
Dholaveera

Dholavira is an archaeological site at Khadirbet in Bhachau Taluka of Kutch District. Dholavira is the larger of the two most remarkable excavations of the Indus Valley Civilization or Harappan culture.

Distance From Bhuj: 215 KM