Situated in the northwest of Gujarat, Kutch sprawls over a region of more than 45000 sq km. Kutch is also regarded as the largest district of India. The main area is known as ‘Rann of Kutch’, which is a shallow wetland that gets submerged in water during rains and becomes dry in other seasons. The marshy salt flats add to the major identity of the region. As the shallow water dries up, these salt flats turn into snow white. Additionally, the rich ecological atmosphere and wildlife conservation areas, Kutch is acclaimed for housing numerous sanctuaries and sites, worth to be visited. To name a few are Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Narayan Sarovar Sanctuary, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary, Banni Grasslands Reserve, Kutch Bustard Sanctuary, and Chari-Chand Wetland Conservation Reserve.

Every December-January, the Kutch Mahotsav is organized. This festival is known for featuring live music, folk dances, and markets. Moreover, Kutch is an interesting place to visit due to its unique handicrafts, white desert, hills, forts and beautiful sea beaches. To enjoy the vest of the region, plan to visit between October and February as the weather is pleasant and cool.