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Tourist Attractions of Kutch

Kutch is a pure tourist destination having many attractions. It is rich of nature, historical buildings and geographical positions. The capital city of Kutch is Bhuj and it connects you to a range of civilizations and important areas of Kutch. Following is a short guide of major Kutch Tourist Places which will guide Kutch places within your budget.

Royal Palaces

There are many royal palaces located in Kutch. One of them is Aina Mahal which was constructed before approx 200 years while the rule of Maharao Lakhpatji. It is a famous palace among tourists for a tremendous and beautiful Hall which has white marble walls that are made of gilded ornaments and beautiful mirrors.

Another master piece of construction is Prag Mahal which is located next to Aina Mahal. It is a splendid palace made up of sandstones and Italian marbles. Tourists become speechless with its Corinthian pillars and Jali work.

Rann Utsav

Initiated by the former Chief Minister and Current Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in 2006, Rann Utsav in Kutch is celebrated annually from 1st December to 5th March. The beautiful white dessert attracts many tourists every year. The full moon night is the right time to view the Rann of Kutch.


Mandvi is a town located around 56 kilometres far from Bhuj city. It is very famous for its beaches, camel safari and horse rides on seashores. Vijay Vilas Palace is another royal palace which is located very close to beach in Mandvi. It was built in 1940. You can have a beautiful view of sea from its rooftop. Ship building industry is around four hundred old in Mandvi city. Other attractions in Mandvi are Swaminarayan Temple, bandhani bazaar and Topansar Lake.


Dholavira is located in Khadir Bet Island. It is one of the five largest Harappan sites in Indian sub-continent. This site was discovered in 1967 by J P Joshi. Archaeological Survey of India is excavating the site since 1990. Dholavira is considered to be the second largest Harappan site in India and fifth largest site in the Indian sub-continent. Dholavira marks its presence in all the stages of Harrapan culture from 2900 BC to 1500 BC.

Apart from these places other Kutch tourist places are Narayan Sarovar, Chhari Dhandh, Kalo Dungar, Wildlife etc. You can hire a Kutch Tour Agency like us and rest be assured that your whole trip will be a memorable one. We will guide Kutch places within your budget.