Vijay Vilas Palace

Located on the sea beach of Mandvi, Vijay Vilas Palace is a beautifully built heritage site surrounded by marble fountains and huge well-laid gardens. The palace’s elements of Rajput architecture along with exquisite stone carvings make it a major tourist attraction.

Ship Building at Seashore of Mandvi

A still active shipbuilding yard where you can watch the incredible craftsmanship of ships being built for local and international clients!


Aaina Mahal

Also called the “Palace of Mirrors”, Aina Mahal is a huge dreamy palace built in Indo-European style that has local craft like jewelled swords, ivory inlaid doors displayed for tourists.

Darbar Garh (Prag Mahal)

Located next to the Aina Mahal, Darbar Garh is a huge palace that has survived many earthquakes. It features Italian Gothic style of architecture and you can enjoy the view of the entire city from its 45m bell tower.


Bhujodi is the craft center of Kutch village; wherever you go, you’ll see the beautiful traditional art that is produced by local craftsmen. Along with that, you can also enjoy local dance and music events on the weekends.


White Rann

The White Rann is a huge salty white desert that lies between Gujarat and the Sindh province in Pakistan. Each year, there’s a three month long Rann Utsav from December to February visited by people from across the globe.

Kalo Dungar

The highest point in Kutch, Gujarat that gives you a panoramic view of the Great Rann of Kutch. You can visit the 400-year old Dattatreya temple located here. Kalo Dungar is also the closest point to Pakistan’s border.


Bird Sanctuary

Chhari Dhand is a paradise for bird watchers! Located around the edge of White Rann, this place is home to over two lakh birds belonging to 370 different species.


Mata no madh

Every year, thousands of people come to visit the Ashapura Mata temple in the Mata no Madh village. The village is located in Lakhpat Taluka of Kutch district and is surrounded by beautiful hills.

Narayan Sarovar

If you’re looking for a pure and unique holy experience, you need to visit Narayan Sarovar. Narayan Sarovar is one of the five holiest lakes of Hinduism that surrounds various Hindu temples.


Koteshwar literally means “ten million Gods”. It is home to an ancient Lord Shiva’s temple Kotilingeshwar. It is the point where the immensely dry land meets the incomprehensible vast sea.


Mundra Port is India’s largest private port that was first to have handled over 100 million tonnes of cargo. Mundra was once considered a sleepy coastal town but has now become a huge Special Economic Zone (SEZ).


Dholavira is one of the most prominent archeological sites located on the Tropic of Cancer. It is the fifth largest site that contains ruins of the Indus Valley Civilization or Harappan city.