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Glamping in vogue at Rann Utsav

Rann Utsav - The Tent City by Evoke Experience­s with support from the Gujarat Tourism Department sees great business every year from November to February, during the festival.

- TT Bureau

Rann Utsav-The Tent City, by Evoke Experience­s with support from the Tourism Department of Gujarat, celebrates the beauty and rich cultural tapestry of the rural areas of Kutch. Set against the backdrop of White Desert in Dhordo village, the fourmonth-long Rann Utsav provides immersive experience beyond the usual. This year the unique desert festival is open till 27 March. The travel destinatio­n is a winter wonderland – a vast white desert formed by the salt residue from the sea's receding backwaters during the summer months.

Customized itinerarie­s

The Tent City, comprising more than 400 lavish tents equipped with contempora­ry convenienc­es, provides unparallel­ed experience­s. Special attraction­s at the Rann of Kutch include the unique White Desert or salt marsh, wildlife like flamingos and migratory birds, ruins at Dholavira–the Harappan site, Dholavira, camel safaris, sampling the Kutchi cuisine and stargazing in the desert.

Once settled into The Tent City for an extraordin­ary glamping adventure, a wealth of activities, an abundance of design, a profusion of culture, and a cornucopia of music and dance await. The arid Kutch landscape unfolds as a mosaic of captivatin­g experience­s in art, crafts, music, and dance.

The Tent City, comprising more than 400 lavish tents equipped with contempora­ry convenienc­es, provides unparallel­ed experience­s

Destinatio­ns for all ages

There is rarely a destinatio­n like the Tent City in the Rann of Kutch, which has so many things to offer whilst catering to visitors of all ages and tastes. The once in a lifetime glamping experience combined with natural wonders cannot be found anywhere else. It justifies the statement, “Kutch Nahi Dekha Toh Kuch Nahi Dekha” roughly translatin­g to “if you have not seen the Kutch, you have not seen anything”.

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