Kutch is a region in North Gujarat bordering Pakistan / Rajasthan on one side and overlooking Arabian sea on the other side.
Kutch is renowed for its White desert experience (Dhordo and Dholavira), idyllic beach (Mandvi), exquisite jain temples (72 Jinalaya and Bhadreshwar), bird watching (Banni Grasslands), Hindu Pilgrimages (Mata no Madh, Koteshwar, Narayan Sarovar) and craft villages.
Bhuj is central to all destinations of Kutch and main arrival point and therefore most popular destination for family travellers to Kutch.
Nakhatrana (50 kms North of Bhuj) is what is renowned for its bird watching and proximity to pilgrimages.
Mandvi (60 kms from Bhuj) is renowned for its Beach and 72 Jinalaya Jain Temple complex.
Dhordo (80 kms from Bhuj) is where desert festival is held in Dec - Feb and is where guests arrive to experience White Desert and Kalo Dungar (A view point).
White Desert is formed on account of salt deposition in the desert sand forming one of the most unique and unending stretches of desert having white colour. Sunset time selfies, Camel ride, ATV ride and full moon time overnight stay are considered attractions here.
Dholavira (150 kms from Bhuj) is one of the most uninhabited and surreal piece of land offering one of its kind White Desert experience. Its lesser visited due to limited accommodation here.
Craft Villages around Bhuj (Sumrasar, Hodka, Nirona, Bhujodi, Ajrakpur) are renowned for its crafts and are visited by experiential traveller. LLDC Museum at Ajrakpur is one of the best and unique craft museum and therefore must visit for all travellers.
Those looking to do a bit of shopping, bylanes in old city around Aina Mahal are good. If jostling in old city is not your idea of shopping then Bhujodi is the best one-stop option where there are many shops selling wide ranging options.
Kutch offers a lot variety and a unique experience, recommended for wide ranging customer profiles such as bird watchers, experiential travellers, offbeat travellers and family travellers.