2 Reviews

  • Bhawna Singh Reply

    Monday, May 22, 2017

    We visited this place to explore the Great Rann of Kutch and experience the "white desert". Much to our dismay, in winters too the temperatures over there are too high. The walk from the point where the bus drops to the metallic structure built in the mid of desert is approximately 2 kms and walking is not at all recommended (we chose to walk :( and were drained out). The area was a bit marshy since the water had not dried up by that time hence another disappointed. We stayed in the so-called White desert from 3PM till 5:30PM. Sitting​ at the top of the metallic structure, captured beautiful sunset pics - worth the wait. Overall experience was ok-ok since even the weather played spoilsport.

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  • Pratik Singh Reply

    Tuesday, April 18, 2017

    I always wondered about Amitabh Bachan''s description of the Rann as a brand ambassador to promote Gujarat. Believe me seeing and experiencing is believing. Ofcourse we were lucky because we happened to be there a day before the full moon. So, we kind of experienced the best of the Rann. The desert is a salt bed. People there told us that the best time to visit is between Oct- Dec after which due to the festival and influx of people, the salt bed gets dirty and one does not experience the optimal. The entry to the place closes by 6 pm and requires a ticket. One can get a ticket at the entrance as well as the toll gate which is 20 kms from the Rann''s entrance. If you are visiting the Rann after the festival, then I suggest that you get here by 6 pm to enjoy the sunset and some time before sunset. One can stay there until 8 pm. Post that you will be forced to leave. The only draw back were the drums being played by the locals which was disturbing the peace. I prefer calm and silence to enjoy the serene beauty of nature.