Little Rann Sanctuary
Desert Coursers is a family-run tour company that organises interesting safaris and village tours in the Little Rann. It runs Camp...
Parmath , run by a delightful family, specialises in Ahir embroidery and wallpieces. It’s in New Dhaneti, 15km north of Bhuj.
Khamir , about 5km beyond Bhujodi and 17km from Bhuj, is an umbrella organisation dedicated to preserving and encouraging Kutch...
Lonely Planet review
This is not a region for the faint-hearted. The barren, blindingly white land of Little Rann is nature at its harshest and most compelling, and home to India’s last remaining population of khur (Asiatic wild ass). There’s also a huge bird population, and the area is one of the few places in India where flamingos are known to breed naturally. Khurs and flamingos are protected in the 4953-sq-km Little Rann Sanctuary . The area is punctuated by desolate salt farms, where people eke out a living by pumping up ground water and extracting the salt. Heat mirages disturb the vast horizon – bushes and trees seem to hover above the surface.