Rann Utsav is back again this year. It is a wonderful Carnival of Dance, Music and natural beauty of White Rann. Also known as Rann Utsav or Rann of Kutch festival, it is a three-month long celebration that is held at the edge of White Rann. It is the time when you get to witness the mesmerizing White Rann
Q1: How many days is enough for Rann of Kutch?
A: Typically 2N are good for Rann Utsav
Q2: What happens in Rann of Kutch festival?
A: The festival is exactly on the spirit of Gujarat – Vibrant. There is folk music, traditional form of dances, famous activities of the destination. With an environment of fun and frolic, there are activities for everyone.
Q3: What is famous in Kutch?
A: Kutch is better known for its varieties of embroideries and handwork which is imported in all the other parts of the country. The mirror work is the indigenous art form of Kutch. The Bandhani work, also known as tie and dye technique has its origin here. The large imprints of Batik and Ajrakh prints that are widely used for the cloth material, bedsheets, suits and sarees and are also one of the famous works of this region.
Q4: What is included in Rann Utsav package?
A: Accommodation, All meals, 2 ways transfers from Bhuj to Dhordo (where Rann Utsav happens), sightseeing and other on-ground delights
Q5: Which is the best rann of kutch tour package?
A: All of them come with best inclusions. Just the durations and accommodation types vary.
Q6: What is the best way to reach Kutch?
A: Once should ideally aim to reach Bhuj (either Railway station/ Bus stand/ Airport). SOTC offers transfers from Bhuj to Dhordo village and transportation is included in our offered packages.
Q7: What is the budget required to visit Rann Of Kutch?
A: Your budget can vary from 8-15K per person, depending on your accommodation.
Q8: Is Rann Utsav worth visiting?
A: Definitely. This is a charm that cannot be witnessed anywhere else in the country.
Q9: Is there any transportation available from bhuj to kutch rann?
A: Yes, transportation is available from Bhuj to Rann of Kutch