Day-1 Arrive at Bhuj. Visits in and around Bhuj Arrive in Bhuj from Rajkot (235 kms). Bhuj is base point to visit Bird watching, craft villages and pilgrimage areas in Kutch. Afternoon visit to Swaminarayan temple, Kutch Museum and Chhattardi (Heritage Site).
Day-2 Excursion to Banni Grassland, Craft Villages and White Desert Visit to Banni Grasslands, Kala Dungar (must see the feeding of the jackals at sunset), India Bridge (last civilian point before the Pak border), Chhari Dhand lake (for bird watchers) and Dhordo Village (80 kms) in the evening for the White Desert.
Day-3 Half day excursion to visit Mata No Madh and Koteshwar Temple. Reach Mandvi by late afternoon. Half day excursion to Mata no madh and Koteshwar Mahadev (150 kms) and then reach Mandvi by late afternoon. Mandvi Beach (60 kms from Bhuj) is one of the finest stretch of idyllic beach in India, recommended for a quiet and relaxing holiday. Guests may opt for a long walk on the beach in the evening
Day-4 In and around Mandvi Guests have option to enjoy beachside character of the area. Those looking beyond the beaches have options such as Bird Watching in the Mandvi Palace Estate, Visit The Lost City at Nani Rayan (2300 yr old city)-An excavation site, 72 Jain Temple Complex,· Shipyard at Mandvi Port , Wandh Village – Traditional Kutchi Handicraft etc
Day-5 Departure Depart to Rajkot (235 kms) for onward journey.
Rajkot - Rajkot, the commercial capital of region of Saurashtra region in North West Gujarat. Rajkot is a popular arrival point for guests looking to visit Pilgrim centre of Junagadh and Sasan Gir (Asiatic Lions, Bird watching and Crocodiles).
Bhuj - Bhuj is access point for visiting other areas of Kutchh, a region in North Gujarat known for its desert like arid landscape, bird watching, craft, pilgrimage and idyllic beaches.
Mandvi - Mandvi is just a "beach and nothing else" kind of a place. It is very peaceful and serene. It has attracted Painters, Bookwriters and guests looking to simply relax.