The Rann of Kutch is India's largest salt marsh. While the Great Rann of Kutch, sprawled across 7,500 sq km, is famed for its silvery landscapes, the Little Rann, spread out over 5,000 sq m, abounds in wildlife and salt farms. The latter is home to the Wild Ass Sanctuary, the only home of the wild ass in India, and attracts tourists from around the world who come to enjoy wildlife safaris.

The Rann of Kutch bursts with glorious colour and culture during the annual Rann Utsav, which is held from November to February. From playful performances to a feast of food and art, the festival transports you to a world of merriment.

Another attraction situated close by is Kala Dungar or Black Hill. The highest point in the Kutch region, it offers sweeping and panoramic views of the desert. You can also visit a 400-year-old Hindu temple called Dattatreya on top of the hill.

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