Brief Event Description
|Event Organiser||Go Wild|
|Event Location||Rann of Kutch|
|Pickup Time||7:00 PM|
|Things to Carry||NA|
|Itinerary||Day 1: Leave Pune at 19:00 hrs. Reach Mumbai and board the BDTS A/C superfast to Bhuj at 23:55 hrs. Day 2: Reach Bhuj at 13:15 hrs. Transfer to hotel. Post lunch leave for evening safari in Greater Runn of Kutch. Dinner and overnight at resort. Day 3: Wake up in the morning and leave for full day safari at Greater Runn of Kutch. Dinner and overnight at resort. Day 4: Wake up in the morning, post breakfast leave for Little Runn of Kutch. Check into the hotel. Enjoy an evening safari. Dinner and overnight stay at Little Runn of Kutch. Day 5: Wake up in the morning and leave for full day safari at Little Runn of Kutch. Leave for Ahmedabad at 19:30 hrs. Reach station by 20:30 hrs. Dinner and board the train at 22:30 hrs. Day 6: Reach Pune in the morning by 7:10 hrs. Fees Include - Railway Journey by 3 Tier A.C Both way. Internal Transportation. Accommodation Charges [3 sharing basis]. Entry and safari charges. Camera Charges. Guide Charges. Food during the Camp and other Sightseeing charges. Fees Exclude - Food during Railway Journey. Any Other Personal Expenses.|
|Instructions & Guidelines||*GO WILD reserves the rights to cancel / alter any of the above mentioned program if required without prior intimation to the participants.|
An unusual marshland spanning an area of approximately 10,000 sq. Km, Rann of Kutch, a seasonal salt marsh, bedecks the western tip of Gujarat with its charm. ‘’Rann’’ means desert and ‘’Kutch’’ is a district of which this region is a part. Reputed as the largest salt desert in the world, Rann of Kutch is home to wide array of flora & fauna and a sojourn to migratory birds. The Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife sanctuary spreads over 4950 sq km in area, comprising a range habitats from saline desert plains, arid grasslands, rocky and thorn scrub to lakes and marshes. The sanctuary is known for its herds of the Asiatic Wild ass (one of its kind) along with population of Gazelle, Blue Bull, Wolf, and Indian Foxes, Jackal, Jungle Cat, Hare etc. However it is now a hugely popular bird watching site with a number of birding sights where one can see birds such as Sandgrouse, Partridge, Quails, Larks, Short Toed Eagle, Vulture, Falcon, Flamingoes, Pelicans, Ducks, Cranes and Storks etc. Kutch Desert wildlife Sanctuary is divided into the Little Rann which has a 4,950 sq. km Wild Ass Sanctuary, and the Greater Rann which is a 7,850 sq. km desert wildlife sanctuary. Together they form the largest adjoining tracts of wild life territory in India.