• Tour Code: AKSR0142
  • Tour Type: FIT Package
  • 3Cities
  • 1Day
  • 3Activities

Package Highlights

Accommodation on double sharing
Breakfast and dinner at hotel
Transfer and sightseeing by pvt vehicle as per program
Applicable hotel taxes
  • Activity


  • Mata no madh
  • Kalo dungar
  • White rann





Bhuj – mata no madh – WHITE RANN - Kalo dungar –Bhuj (450kms) :

Today Morning transfer to visit Mata no madh, take a darshan at madh, later transfer to visit Kalo dungar(Kalo Dungar or Black Hill is the highest point in Kutch, Gujarat, The Kalo Dungar is also famous for a 400-year-old Dattatreya temple and This is probably the only place in Kachchh from where a panoramic view of the Great Rann of Kutch is possible & A strange phenomenon was observed at Kalo Dungar, when some visitors noticed that their vehicles would attain speeds over 80 kilometres per hour (50 mph) driving down the hill even with the ignition switched off, a much higher velocity than descending other nearby peaks ).Late evening Drop at Airport/ Railway station.




Kalo Dungar

- Dattatreya Temple
Kalo Dungar Alias Black Hill Is The Highest Point Of The Kutch Region, Offering The Bird's-Eye View Of The Great Rann Of Kutch. At Only 462 Meters, The Hill Itself Is An Easy Climb And Can Be Reached By Either Hopping In Private Taxi Or Gujarat Tourism Buses. Dattatreya Temple, A 400-Year-Old Shrine Sacred To Lord Dattatreya Is Noticeable On The Top Of The Hill. Many Fables And Tales Are Associated With The History Of The Kalo Dungar, One Of Them Say That Dattatreya, The Three-Headed Incarnation Of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu And Lord Shiva In The Same Body, Stopped At This Hill While Walking On The Earth. On The Hills, He Noticed Many Hungry Jackals And Offered Them His Body To Eat. When Jackals Started Eating Dattatreya's Body, His Body Automatically Regenerated. The Practice Of Feeding Jackals Is Still Practiced By The People. Priest Of The Temple Prepares Food And Serve It To Jackals Each Morning And Evening, After The Aarti (Hindu Religious Ritual Of Worship). There Is A Bhojnalaya Too That Brings People From All Walks Of Life To Eat A Meal Together, Free Of Cost. Being Close To The Pakistan Border, There Is An Army Post At The Top Of The Kalo Dungar. People Who Want To See The Great Runn Of Kutch From A Different Perspective Should Head Up To Kalo Dungar.

Mata no madh

- Ashapura Mata Temple
Mata no Madh is a village in Lakhpat Taluka of Kutch district, Gujarat, India. The village lies surrounded by hills on both banks of a small stream and has a temple dedicated to Ashapura Mata, the household deity of former Jadeja rulers of Cutch State. She is also considered patron deity of Kutch.

Great Rann Of Kutch

The Great Rann Of Kutch Is A Salt Marsh In The Thar Desert In The Kutch District Of Gujarat, India. It Is About 7500 Km² In The Area And Is Reputed To Be One Of The Largest Salt Deserts In The World. This Area Has Been Inhabited By The Kutchi People. The Sunset At The Great Rann Of Kutch Was Mesmerizing Beyond Words. One Can See The Transformation Of The Sun Which Shines Bright And High During The Daytime, Slowly Starts To Mellow Down And Descend At The Onset Of The Evening.


    • Transportation:
    • By AC INDIGO/ ETIOS for 2/3 Passengers
    • By AC INNOVA for 4/6 Passengers at Disposal.
    • By A/C Tempo Traveler for Above 7 /12 Passengers at Disposal.
    • Fuel Charges
    • Parking Charges
    • Driver Charges
    • Toll Tax and Parking Charges

  • Exclusions

    • Any monument charges 
    • Extra kms
    • Guide Tips And Any Other Item Except  “Package Rates Includes”
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