Kutch Tour Packages

About Kutch Tourism:

Kutch, a district in Gujarat, is nearly an island shaped like a tortoise and a beautiful destination boasting sprawling white salt deserts and diverse flora and fauna. A former princely state, it’s known for its rich heritage, frequently attracting large crowds owing to its cultural events. Holidify provides you with a plethora of choices when it comes to Kutch travel packages for a wonderful trip with friends and family.

The first attraction to add to your itinerary is undoubtedly Rann of Kutch, a salty marshland in the Thar Desert, synonymous with the three-month-long Rann Utsav featuring handicrafts, camel rides, hot air ballooning etc. Don’t forget to visit the Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary and Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary to see blue bulls, shrikes, Great Indian Bustards, flamingoes etc.

Kutch is home to a significant site associated with the Indus Valley Civilisation known as Dholavira, where several remains of everyday items and buildings were found, indicating the lifestyle at the time. Your trip must include a visit to the Kutch Museum, where you can see exhibits on the extinct Kutchi script, coins, paintings, weapons and more. A crucial part of the district is the Kandla Port.

Kutch is a paradise for tourists from November to February because of the cool weather and Rann Utsav. Kutch tour packages often include destinations like Bhuj, Mandvi and Rajkot for you to explore. Rajkot is famous for its rich culture and traditions, visited extensively for its green parks, the Khambhalida Caves, palaces, museums like Gandhi museum, lakes and dams, handicrafts, yummy sweets and more.

Located within Kutch is the town of Bhuj that is home to several must-visit attractions like Mandvi Beach, a tranquil location with gorgeous views known for swimming, parasailing, camel riding, quad biking etc. Aina Mahal, or “Hall of Mirrors”, is famous for its magnificent architecture, featuring balconies, chandeliers, archways and stained glass. Moreover, make sure also to visit Hamirsar Lake, Prag Mahal and Narayan Sarovar. Holidify offers many Kutch travel packages that are fully customisable and affordable, specially curated to ensure that you have an extraordinary trip!

Rann Utsav

Celebrating the varied ethnic flavour of Gujarat through crafts, music, dance and people, the Rann Utsav is packed with leisure, delicious food and adventure spread over 5 Lakh sq metres with more than 350 luxurious tents. It is 100+ full-filled days of Kutch. The festival celebrates the spellbound beauty and natural heritage of Kutch. You can engage in an array of indoor games like carrom board, ludo amongst others, savour the lip-smacking delicacies and enjoy the relishing traditional recipes of Kuch. Besides, you can also take a ride over the picturesque desert of Kutch with its seemingly boundless white sand.

Being held in the Dhordo village of Kutch, the Utsav is lined-up with ethnic tents that have just the right amenities for you to live in the midst of the desert region. An overnight stay is highly recommended as the visuals of the Rann of Kutch especially during full moon nights cannot be found in any other part of the world. The day times have a variety of colour sprinkled on the barren lands and offer visitors an excellent opportunity to experience the diverse traditions, the generosity and hospitality of Kutchi people.

Food in Kutch

  • Rann of Kutch in Gujarat is known predominantly for its vegetarian food since the region as well the state is inhabited by a lot of Jains and Brahmins who do not consume any non-vegetarian food.
  • Given that milk is considered sacred here, consumption of buttermilk along with meals is quite common.
  • Dabeli is a must-have dish in Kutch; it is made by stuffing pav with potatoes mixed with masala comprising fennel, coriander seeds, dried red chilli, cinnamon, cardamom, sev etc.
  • Do try odho which a true delicacy made almost like baingan bharta. It is prepared using brinjal, onions, tomatoes, garlic, green chillies, mustard seeds, cinnamon etc.
  • Theplas, a well-known Gujarati food item, are also available in Kutch. Tasty flatbreads made out of wheat flour, fenugreek leaves, ginger, green chillies, turmeric, cumin, you can have them with pickles and curd.
  • You can have some lilva kachoris which are deep fried flour balls stuffed with green peas.
  • You can also have a platter consisting of bajra rotlas, ghee rotis, bataka nu shag, khichdi-kadhi, sev tameta, kachumbar, papad, buttermilk and more.
  • Other Gujarati snacks like dhokla, khandvi, khakhra, fafda etc. are also available.
  • For dessert, mesukh which is prepared with besan, sugar, ghee and pistachios is a great choice.
  • Gulab pak made with suji, khoya, ghee, dry fruits, sugar etc. or adadiya made with black urad dal, ghee, khoya, milk, sugar, nuts etc. are well-known too.
  • Some of the best places to eat in and around Kutch include Jesal, Noorani Mahal, Gabha’s Roti, Green Rock Restaurant, etc. 

Shopping in Kutch

Rann of Kutch is a destination famous for its unique handicrafts and handlooms made by local artisans or families.

  • The perfect souvenir to get from Kutch is a piece of Rogan art which has been inspired by Persian art and is produced only by the Khatri family of Kutch’s Nirona village. It is done by creating patterns on cloth with castor oil and natural colours and you can find wall hangings, stoles, scarves, shawls etc. featuring this art.
  • The male artisans of Bhirandiyara village are known to create handicrafts from goat, camel or lamb leather like bags, wallets, belts, purses, footwear and more while the female artisans add the designs to them.
  • You can also buy items with applique work of different colours, shapes and sizes such as cushion covers, bedsheets, quilts, table cloths, wall hangings etc.
  • Wall hangings from Bhirandiyara village are known for their vibrant colours, bead, stone or mirror work, beautiful patterns, threadwork and more.
  • Don’t forget to buy handmade copper bells or musical instruments made by the Hussain family of Nirona village or wooden items with carvings like trays and home decor made by the artisans of Gandhigram village.
  • You would also like pottery or clay items like pots, bowls, paper weights etc. or mirror and glass work wherein artisans create images of nature, monuments or simply designs by sticking glass, mirrors and colourful stones to wooden or card boards.
  • Kutch is also popular for its shawls, scarves, towels etc., all very vibrant with different patterns.
  • Jewellery like rings, earrings, anklets, bracelets, cuffs, necklaces etc. made from silver or from beads are widely sold.
  • Lacquerware products like beer mugs, glasses, bowls, belans etc. are made by local artisans; the women collect raw materials while the men create the items.
  • Buying puppets or toys made from cotton, beads, wool or wood for kids is also a good idea.
  • Khavda, Bhujodi, Nirona and Ludiya are some of the best shopping destinations in and around Kutch.
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Popular Kutch Packages

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Bhuj, Hodka $ 329 4 Nights / 5 Days 4 N / 5 D Hotels, Car, Sightseeing, Meals Get Quotes >
Kutch, Bhuj, Hodka, Mandvi, Rajkot $ 481 7 Nights / 8 Days 7 N / 8 D Hotels, Sightseeing Get Quotes >
Bhuj, Dwarka, Somnath, Sasan Gir $ 334 7 Nights / 8 Days 7 N / 8 D Hotels, Car, Sightseeing, Meals Get Quotes >
Kutch $ 173 2 Nights / 3 Days 2 N / 3 D Get Quotes >
Kutch $ 120 1 Nights / 2 Days 1 N / 2 D Get Quotes >

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4 Nights / 5 Days

Rann Utsav Tour Package with Heritage Bhuj and Dholavira

Bhuj(2N) → Hodka(2N)


Twin-sharing rooms

Private cab with driver

Sightseeing in a private cab

Breakfast

Day trip to Dholavira

Cultural Shows at Rann Utsav

$ 329

per adult on twin sharing

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7 Nights / 8 Days

Great Rann of Kutch with Wonders of Gujarat

Ahmedabad(0N) → Kutch(1N) → Bhuj(2N) → Hodka(1N) → Mandvi(1N) → Rajkot(1N)


Twin-sharing rooms

Sightseeing in a private cab

Driver's allowance, toll tax, and parking charges

$ 481

per adult on twin sharing

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7 Nights / 8 Days

Best of Gujarat Family Package: Kutch, Bhuj, Dwarka & More

Bhuj(3N) → Dwarka(2N) → Somnath(1N) → Sasan Gir(1N)


Twin-sharing rooms

Pick-up & drop at Ahmedabad

Sightseeing & transfer in Sedan /SUV/Tempo Traveller/Minibus

Breakfast

Excursion to Porbandar

$ 334

per adult on twin sharing

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Rann of Kutch - Full Moon Night Package

2 Nights / 3 Days

Rann of Kutch - Full Moon Night Package

Kutch(2N)

USD 211
18% off

$ 173

per adult on twin sharing

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Kutch Utsav Bestseller

1 Nights / 2 Days

Kutch Utsav Bestseller

Kutch(1N)

USD 146
17% off

$ 120

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Rann of Kutch - Glamping in Luxury Package

3 Nights / 4 Days

Rann of Kutch - Glamping in Luxury Package

Kutch(3N)

USD 358
17% off

$ 294

per adult on twin sharing

Rann Utsav Package

2 Nights / 3 Days

Rann Utsav Package

Kutch(2N)

USD 260
18% off

$ 213

per adult on twin sharing

Colours of Rann Utsav Experience Package

2 Nights / 3 Days

Colours of Rann Utsav Experience Package

Kutch(2N)

USD 187
18% off

$ 153

per adult on twin sharing

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2N Rann Utsav

Kutch(2N)

$ 120

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1N Rann Utsav

Kutch(1N)

$ 66

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FAQs on Kutch

How much does a Kutch trip cost?

The starting price for a Kutch package is ₹6,400.

What is special about Rann of Kutch?

Kutch & Bhuj package starts from ₹16,997.

Can we visit Rann of Kutch at night?

No, Tourists cannot visit Rann of Kutch at Night. It is best to visit Rann of Kutch early morning or the evening. Tourists usually visit Rann of Kutch during Rann Utsav, which is held during the winter months. There is nothing like sitting around the bonfire and enjoying the cold winter months of the Kutch. It specifically looks beautiful on a full moon night. Tourists can ride across the desert in an ATV or opt for camel rides.