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Bhuj to Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary & White Rann of Kutch

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Product Code : AGORA571

Bhuj to Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary & White Rann of Kutch private tour will begin with pick up from Bhuj. Explore Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary a home to a wide array of wildlife, including many species of mammals, reptiles, and birds. And the Great White Rann of Kutch a salt marsh in the Thar Desert reputed to be one of the largest salt deserts in the world. This area inhabited by the Kutchi people is rich center of traditional art and craft. Accompanied tour guide and transport will remain on disposal at your service.

Day 1: Bhuj - Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary - Hodka (125kms) (L,D)

Pick up from your hotel in Bhuj and drive to visit Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary. The endangered chinkara roughly 7000 known to exist, 80% of them live in Kutch and Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary is primary habitat. The sanctuary also houses many other mammals, like caracal, desert foxes, Indian wolf, spotted deer, wild boar & honey badger. More than 184 species of birds including all three species of bustards, Black Partridge, 19 different birds of prey, and many species of waterfowl are found in the sanctuary. Also visit Koteshwar an ancient Shiv temple standing next to a marsh. 
Next drive to Hodka check in & overnight at hotel. 


Day 2: Hodka - White Rann of Kutch (B,L,D)

Early morning drive to White Rann of Kutch to see the sunrise. The Great Rann of Kutch is a salt marsh in the Thar Desert of Gujarat. It is about 7500 km² in the area and is reputed to be one of the largest salt deserts in the world. 
Later visit Dhordo village in White Rann occupied by Mutwa Muslim Community. Next visit Pathan community hamlet engaged in Embroidery. Continue to Khavda to see Potters and Samma tribe. Later leave for Kala Dungar to view the beautiful sunset. Overnight at hotel.


Day 3: Hodka - Bhuj (65kms) (B)

Drive to Bhuj enroute visit Nirona Village for Rogan arts on a piece of cloth. The word Rogan comes from Persian and means oil-based. The process of making the natural colors used in art gives it such a name. Castor oil is heated on a fire for about 12 hours and then cast into cold water to give a thick residue called the Rogan. This is then mixed with stone pigments to lend it different hues. Next, the artisan uses a six-inch metal stick to paint with a fine thread of Rogan on cloth. Drop off at Bhuj airport to board flight for onward destination.

Assistance on arrival at airport.

2 Nights accommodation in selected price category hotels.

Meal as per day plan (B- Breakfast, L- Lunch, D- Dinner)

Private air conditioned deluxe car for airport transfer, sightseeing and excursion as per program.

English speaking tour guide on sightseeing days (local guide in each city), as per program.

Monuments entrances and activities charges mentioned in the itinerary.

1-Time safari in Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary with forest department naturalist.

Bottled drinking water in car.

Government taxes.


Hotels used or similar for 2 nights accommodation

Hodka/ Rann of Kutch x 2 night

3* - Shaam-e-Sarhad Village Resort/ Kutir Craft Village Resort

Any flight tickets.

Camera charges at monuments.

Meals other than mentioned in day plan.

Expenses of personal nature like liquor, laundry, tips, telephone, fax, internet etc. 

Gratuities & optional activities.

Anything not mentioned in inclusions.