Rann Utsav is one of India’s biggest celebrations and events visited by tourists from different corners of the country and the world. This grand affair is a scenic visionary with the country’s largest white salt desert surrounding it all around. Rann Utsav is a celebration of Kutch’s rich culture and heritage with lots of colours and fun. Curly Tales Editor-In-Chief Kamiya Jani explored the Utsav and she welcomes you to a virtual trip to this magical festival.
Kamiya Jani Visited Rann Utsav & Stayed At This Stunning Property!
This festival attracts a humongous tourist footfall during this time of the year. But the situation is quite the opposite for the rest of the year. Hence, you will find loads of temporary accommodation options here. Kamiya spent her vacation in Rann Utsav-The Tent City and staying here was a great experience for her. There are over 450 tents ranging in different categories such as Deluxe, Premium, Rajwari, and Darbari in clusters all around. Kamiya stayed in a huge Rajwadi tent and every corner of it sparked comfort and luxury.
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Travelling is incomplete without some shopping and here you will find a shopping area with souvenir shops and a live demonstration of Kutch art.
Here Are All The Exciting Things In Store For You!
Envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, this festival is celebrated annually from November to February. To spend a beautiful evening here, you need to explore the White Desert. Exploring the undisturbed vast land of desert and staring at infinite magnificent views surrounding you is a great experience. With all these glorious things, Rann Utsav is a celebration of cultural dance and musical performances. To challenge the adventure junkie in you, do not forget to try your hands at archery, paintball, para motoring, trikee, and more. Make sure to end your night enjoying the cultural functions and stargazing.
How To Reach Rann Utsav?
If you are traveling here by plane, you need to book your tickets to the Bhuj Airport, the closest airport to the festival. It is about 85 km from the venue and can be reached by road in about an hour and a half.
So when are you travelling to the Rann Utsav 2023? Share your experiences with us.
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