Kutch, situated along the western coast of India in the state of Gujarat, is a potpourri of culture, tradition, and colourful people amid a vast stretches of barren and desert-covered land. Visited mostly for its tribal population - a total of 18 tribes live here- tourists come here to feel the tribal culture to realize the essence of India in this land.

Encircled by the Arabian Sea in the west, the Gulf of Kachchh in south while by the Great and Small Rann of Kachchh in the north and east, Kutch is a place where tourists flock to feel the ancient art and understand the earlier life through signs of Indus valley civilization. To top it all, the Kutch Mahotsav, held annually, pours out on tourists almost all cultural shades what Indian stands for.

Places of tourist interest are many here in Kutch along with few noteworthy excursions. If the Ahmedpur Mandvi Beach attracts tourists for its inherent natural charm, then Dholavira - a Harappan site- delights for its roots to ancient India. If Mandi draws tourists for its glorious historical tales and the renowned Kutch Mandvi Beach, then the Wild Ass Sanctuary pleases for its natural all-round charm.