At Kalo Dungar, which is 1516 feet above sea level, you can see how the desert and the sky blend together and become one.
Vijaya Vilas Palace, made of red sandstone, is the royal home of Kutch and has Rajput-style architecture.
Dholavira, also called Kotada Timba, is a location in Kutch where Harappan remains were found.
The Kutch Museum is the oldest museum in Gujarat. It is known for its collection of ancient coins and Kutchi Script, which is no longer used.
This temple's exterior is white marble and its idols are durable. It's one of Swaminarayan's seven temples.
Mandvi beach in Ahmedpur is thought to be the best beach in Gujarat. Its sandy beaches are a great place to relax and soak up the sun.
This is India's largest Wildlife Sanctuary and one of Gujarat's largest seasonal saline wetlands, with 0.5 to 1.5 metres of water.
This underwater world of coral reefs, starfish, sea urchins, and other creatures is a surreal place to visit.
Former royal home Aina Mahal is noted for its Indo-Saracenic architecture, glasswork, stone sculptures, marble walls, and murals.
This fort will attract history buffs who appreciate delving into the past. It was built by Thakore Noganji and includes 52 villages.
Locals call the Kutch Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary Lala Prajan. Kutch Bustard Sanctuary protects the Great Indian Bustard.
Bhadreshwar Jain Temple is also called Vasai Jain Temple. Its stunning facade is encircled by 44 shrines.
The endangered Indian Wild Ass, or ghudkhar, can only be found in the Little Rann of Kutch's Wild Ass Sanctuary. This is the only place on Earth where it can still be found.