Rann of Kutch Festival
02 Nights – 03 Days
12:30 PM onwards: Welcome & check – in
12:30 to 14:30: Lunch at respective dining areas
14:30 to 16:00: Enjoy in – house activities
16:00 to 17:00 Evening tea/ coffee
17:00 to 17:30: Transfer to White Rann & witness the grandeur of the sunset. Mode of transfer can be through Camel Cart / Bus on first come first basis. Guest will have to return by the same mode of transfer
19:00 to 19:30: Return transfer to tent city Dhordo
19:30 to 22:00: Dinner at respective dining area
20:30 to 22:30: Enjoy the culture of Kutch with entertainment activities
06:00 to 06:30 Morning tea
06:30 to 07:00 Transfer to White Rann to witness the grandeur of sunrise
07:30 to 10:00 Breakfast at respective dining area
10:00 to 12:30 Enjoy in-house activities
02;30 to 19:30 Complimentary tour to Kala Dungar (Black Hill) the highest point in Kutch &“Gandhi Nu Gaam” Tea/Coffee shall be provided at Kala Dungar. Complimentary refreshment in bus.
19:30 to 22:00 Dinner at respective dining area
20:30 to 22:30 Enjoy the culture of Kutch alongwith entertainment activities
06:00 to 07:00 Morning tea
07:30 to 09:30 Breakfast at respective dining area
09:30 Check out from tent city. Departure to Bhuj with complimentary sightseeing on the way.
SRI SWAMINARAYAN TEMPLE – (APPROX TIME 20 MINUTES)
Made in marble, intricate carvings adorn the pillars and ceilings of the most expensive temple built in state of Gujarat recently.
KUTCH MUSEUM – (APPROX TIME – 30 MINUTES)
A visit to Kutch Museum to learn about the history of tribal and folk tradition of the district will help you get to know about present day people and their lives. Remember that visiting a museum is a great way to learn about history, but tribals are not merely part of history, they are a major part of Kutch’s (and India’s) population and cultural identity today. (Kutch Museum remains CLOSED on Wednesday).
BHUJODI – (APPROX TIME 40 MINUTES)
Handicraft Village: Hiralaxmi Craft Park – a vision to preserve, restore and promote the arts of Kutch and make them accessible to the public. The Handicraft village is where live artisans can been seen working.
THE COST OF ENTRY IN THE ABOVE SIGHTSEEING PLACES (IF ANY) WILL BE BORNE BY THE GUEST