Hodka Village is one of the growing rural tourism spots that attracts visitors for its rich art and crafts and strong cultural backgrounds. Located at a distance of about 63 km from Bhuj, the village is home to the Meghwals, who are traditional craft and embroidery artisans from further north. Tourists get a chance to live with the communities in Hodka's Village Resort called Shaam-e-Sarhad or sunset at the border.

The name 'Hodka' comes from Gujarati word 'hodi', meaning boats. It is believed to have been set up by the Halepotra clan from Sindh. They were majorly cattle herders in search of pastures.

The village is also known for birdwatching opportunities. One can take an excursion from Hodka Village to the wetlands of the Chhari Dhand, where they can spot a variety of resident and migratory birds. Chhari Dhand covers an area of around 10 sq km and is home to almost 50,000 waterfowls and 55 rare animal species. Tourists can also find some endangered species including the Dalmatian pelican, Oriental darter, black necked stork and Indian skimmer in Chhari Dhand. Also, there are 32 species of raptors and a large number of cranes in this area.

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