Dhamadka: Heard of the Ajrakh block printing technique? Well, this is the arguably the hub of that technique and you can even witness artisans carving out the designs. Ergo, this is tailor made for all the creative thinkers and artists alike.
Bhuj: Bhuj has an illustrious and vibrant history which also envelops by the highly unfortunate earthquake that will send shivers down your spine till date. Therefore, it is a rather emotional experience to explore the Bhuj area, a lot of which is in ruins. However, some of the popular locations in the district include the Kutch museum, Shree Swaminayan Temple, Aina Mahal, Bhujiyo Hill, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Clock Tower, Pragmahal Palace among other innumerable other temples and sanctuaries. There’s a lot more to Bhuj than what meets the eye!
Kala Dungar: The highest point in Kutch is the Kala Dungar. When there are no shrouds of clouds above, you are sure to witness one of the most mesmerizing views during sunset. Also, seeing the jackals being served by the local priests is sure to leave you fascinated. This trip to Kala Dungar can be combined with the India Bridge that borders Pakistan to have a unique experience.
Great Rann of Kutch: This salt marsh is one of the most celebrated places in Gujarat. The beauty of the Great Rann of Kutch is a point of constant deliberation. How about visiting during the Rann Utsav festival? The festival is celebrated with much fun and frolic every year between the periods of December to January, making it an ideal time to visit the place. Watch the white desert and the limitless horizon come alive under the captivating moonlight.
Little Rann of Kutch: It might sound little, but you cannot afford to miss this one! The place is replete with wildlife abundance, playing host to the Wild Ass Sanctuary which is the home to a number of birds that migrate here from far off places. This is a great place to experience the vastness and the serenity of nature in its rawness. Also, you can also get a chance to witness salt pans while riding across the town and see how salt is made! Excited already?