Great Rann of Kutch
The Great Rann of Kutch, which stretch across the far west of India, are one of the largest salt deserts in the world, covering approximately 7,500 square kilometers. The world of salt stretches as far as the eye can see. Its grand scale overwhelms all who see it. The main attraction is the beautiful sight of the white salt plains changing color with time, illuminated by the setting sun and the moon at night.
The Kutch region is located in the westernmost part of India, on the border with Pakistan. Handicrafts such as embroidery and weaving, which are spun in small villages scattered throughout the vast nature, have taken root as a major culture. You can enjoy an impressive journey through this region by visiting the villages where ethnic minorities live and touching various handmade products, and visiting the pure white salt lakes that appear during the dry season.