the real kutch experience

everything you need to know before arriving in spectacular (LRK)
Little Rann of Kutch

Information you should know


Is the resort just for wildlifers?

Desert Courser LRK is for everyone, enjoy the serenity of the Eco Lodge all year round. Beautiful gardens, sunsets, local historic sites, safaris all can be arranged for your needs or just stay in the camp with delicious meals 3 times a day (kitchen closes at 9pm) and chai is always on tap.
There is something for everyone.


When is the best time to visit?

Winter is the best time to visit, it gets very cold in the winter so weather gear for open jeep travel. Winter is when the maximum number of migratory birds arrive and including large number of Flamingoes Bring adequate gear – head cover and warm clothes for winter, layers and sun protection year round Birds and Animals are wild and not tame.
Do not approach them, threaten them or litter in their world.
October to February The temperature during these months is between 25 to 12 degrees Celsius and makes the weather perfect for sightseeing


What can i see there?

The park is also home to chinkara, blackbuck, nilgai, wild boar, Indian wolf, jackals, hyena, fox, jungle cat and numerous smaller mammals. Birds found here include steppe, imperial, and short-toed eagles, Houbara bustard, flamingos, pelicans, storks and cranes.


Do you cater for Parties?

We are an ECO Lodge and we respect nature and it surroundings, therefore we have a sticked NO Smoking / No Alcohol policy in respect to Nature and our guests.


What is Little Rann of Kutch known for?

The Rann of Kutch is famous for its white salty desert sand and is reputed to be the largest salt desert in the world. 'Rann' means desert in Hindi which in turn is derived from the Sanskrit word 'Irina' which also means desert.


We Love Animals, Can we bring our own?

At Desert Coursers we have pets of our own and are our family and understand that yours are yours too. At the property your pets are most welcome, and can be left in camp while you visit The Rann as pets are not allowed to enter.

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