Luxury Amidst The Desert

An Oasis of the White Desert Rann Village Resort

A glittering sunrise, a graceful sunset and all the time to tune into the sounds of silence.

Miles of Nothingness

All To Yourself

Welcome to the White Desert in the delightful Kutch. A truly lavish and unforgettable experience, disconnected from the hustle and bustle of the modern world.

Luxury And Comfort

The Traditional Way of Living

Stretch out and unwind in the warmth of well-appointed Kutchi Craft Villas that offer royal comfort.

Local Flavor

Experience The Richness of The Art

The rich heritage of the Kutchi handicraft, famous across the globe for its exquisite craftsmanship and uniqueness.

About Rann Village Resort

Welcome to Rann Village Resort, the best resort Near the Rann of Kutch (White Desert), Kutch! Indulge yourself in the extravagance of traditional lifestyle with luxury at our resort settled amidst Grassland area of The Rann of Kutch, with lush green landscape among the otherwise barren lands.


Accommodation is in en-suite rooms which are cozy and comfortable, with doors that open onto their own little portico set amidst the greenery.


White Desert

White Desert

The Rann of Kutch is a salt marshy land in the Thar Desert in the Kutch district of western Gujarat. It lies between Gujarat in India and the Sindh province in Pakistan. It comprises of around 30,000 sq. km of land which includes.The inhabitants of Kutch are called Kutchhi and have a language of their own with the same name. The Great Rann of Kutch, The Little Rann of Kutch and Banni grassland.The Rann of Kutch is famous for its white salty desert sand and is reputed to be the largest salt desert in the world.

Black Hill

Black Hill

Kalo Dungar or the Black Hills which is Kutch’s highest point provides the awesomest aerial view of the Rann.The Kalo Dungar is also famous for a 400-year-old Dattatreya temple. Legend says that when Dattatreya walked on the earth, he stopped at the Black Hills and found a band of starving jackals. Being a god, he offered them his body to eat and as they ate, his body continually regenerated itself. Because of this, for the last four centuries, the priest at the temple prepare a batch of prasad, cooked rice, that is fed to the jackals after the evening aarti.