Kutch Desert is divided into the Little Rann which is 4,950 sq km and the Great Rann which is a 7,850 sq km desert. Together they form the largest adjoining tracts of wildlife territory in India. The Great Rann of Kutch has marshy salt flats which give the land a white, snowy look. As far as your eyes can see, you will find an endless landscape of pure white land. In the monsoons, the land is filled with water. This makes it a seasonal salt marsh.
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Top 5 things to do in Kutch!
The Rann Utsav which is a three-month-long festival celebrating the Rann also takes place on the Great Rann of Kutch. Starting from mid November, this festival hosts a plethora of activities and performances by local folk artists, renowned singers and more which attract several thousands of people to this place. A camel safari on the White Desert is a must when you are in the Great Rann.
The climate here is extreme with an average temperatures ranging from a maximum of 42-degree C and a minimum of 7-degree C. A visit to India is incomplete if you have not been to the Great Rann of Kutch as it epitomizes India’s incredibility and vibrancy.
Here are 8 pictures of Rann of Kutch that will make you want to go there right now.
BEST TIME TO VISIT KUTCH
The average minimum and maximum temperature of Kutch is as given below. The best time to visit Kutch is also specified.