Cultural Gujarat


Welcome to a perfect amalgam of history, culture, music, and art in your own nation

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All about the Cultural Gujarat.

Be it the Dandiya raas that is majorly seen during the Navratri festival or the traditional folk dance of Gujarat, Garba, whenever you see the locals dancing in Gujarat, you simply cannot contain yourself. Presenting a perfect amalgam of history, culture, music, and art.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Airport transfers3-star
  • Accommodation
  • Private cab transfers
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Local Sightseeing
  • City Transfers
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Airfare
  • Early check-in
  • Late check out
  • Travel insurance
  • GSTOutdoor activities
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions
  1. Day 1 Bhuj: Arrival and local sightseeing

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    On your arrival at Bhuj airport, you will be received by your agent’s representative. Enjoy being warmly welcomed and get escorted to the allotted hotel. Check in to the hotel, freshen up, and enjoy a scrumptious breakfast. Your Kutch trip begins with a day of local sightseeing. This local sightseeing tour includes visits to palaces, and museums like Aina Mahal, and Prag Mahal, Kutch museum. It also includes a visit to places like Swaminarayan temple and Ramkund Stepwell. Dig into a lip-smacking lunch at a popular restaurant to satisfy your hunger. After a filling lunch, head to Bhujiyo Fort to spectate the mesmerizing views of the sunset.


  2. Day 2 Bhuj: Explore the textile market

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    Kick start your day with a filling breakfast at the hotel. Get ready to explore the secret behind the illustrious textile industry of Kutch during your Kutch trip. The tour starts from Kutch Craft villages, such as Bhujodi Village, and Ajrakhpur Village. Bhujodi Village is a major textile centre of Kutch which is known for its talented weavers, and tye-dye artists. Ajrakhpur Village is another popular textile centre known for its natural coloured block printing derived from indigo, henna, and pomegranate. Also, visit the Khamir NGO that works with local artisans to revive the crafts which are slowly dying. After your lunch, spectate the art of tie and die in one of the villages. Then head to the Hamirsar Lake for a quiet and soothing evening.

  3. Day 3 Banni Tour

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    The tour will start from the Sumrasar Village, which is famous for its NGO named Kala Rakshak. This NGO works with the local communities to preserve and promote Kutch arts. Post exploration of the village check in to your allotted resort in Dhordo. After settling down in your room, relish the authentic Gujarati cuisine during your lunch in the resort. Proceed forward with the village tour and head to the Rann for a quiet evening.

    Head back to the resort and attend the in house cultural programme. After the programme, eat a healthy supper and sleep comfortably in your room.


  4. Day 4 Rann Banni Tour

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    Begin the final day of sightseeing of your Kutch holiday tour with an early morning visit to the Rann of Kutch to spectate the majestic sunrise. Head back to the resort for your breakfast meal. After you are finished with your breakfast, you will have few hours of leisure in which you can stroll around the Dhordo Village to witness the fascinating mud art.

    Devour a mouth watering lunch meal at the resort, and then visit the Indian Bridge which is the last civilian point of India. Proceed to your next destination, the Kalo Dungar. Also known as the Black Hill, it is the highest point of the Kutch District. Spectate the sun set, and also experience the magnetic effect of the hill which is a delusional phenomenon.

    Head back to the hotel for another cultural night. Enjoy your final supper in the city and sleep well thereafter.


  5. Day 5 Departure

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    Enjoy your final breakfast in the city. Pack your bags to check out from the hotel after eating a filling lunch meal. Get transferred to the Bhuj Airport. Bid adieu to the beautiful city before boarding your flight back home.


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Winter, i.e., November to February, is the best season to visit Kutch as the weather is quite pleasant and the Rann festival is also organized during these days which adds a lot of fun filled activities to indulge in.

The Rann Utsav begins in November every year and stretches till the end of February.

Since, the Rann Utsav falls in winters, and winters are quite harsh in Kutch, therefore, travelers should carry warm woolen clothes while visiting Kutch during Rann Utsav.

Yes, travelers can customize their Rann of Kutch tour packages according to their needs and budget.

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