There are many Kutch Attractions and Places to Visit in Kutch. Kutch Tourist Attractions consist of various palaces, beaches, forts such as Mandvi beach, Kutch Museum, Bhujodi bhuj, the amazing Aina Mahal bhuj, Prag Mahal, uppermost point in Kutch Kala dungar Kutch, vijay vilas palace. Some of the Kutch Attractions are shown beneath:
Mandvi Beach is one of the tourist attractions in Kutch. It is famous for its original beauty. Tourist who love water sports then they can have a good time enjoying with sport activities such as aquatic scooting, skiing, surfing, parasailing, and speed boat excursions.
Vijay Vilas Palace Mandvi is the palace of King Maharao Vijay Singhji. It was constructed of red sandstone in a very elegant style. This palace is well maintained. Many Bollywood scenes of film have been produced in Vijay Vilas palace Mandvi. The view of the gallery gives a wonderful surrounding. The entry fee is Rs.20/- and the timings are 9 AM to 1 PM and 3 PM-6 PM.
Prag Mahal Bhuj was constructed in the year 1860 and it is located next to Aina Mahal. The construction got completed in the year 1879.It is planned in an Italian style made of marble and sandstone. The attractions of the Mahal are the Darbar Hall, which has Corinthian pillars, enormous Venetian chandeliers. The hall which has now an assortment of hunting awards has now it is known as a museum. Prag Mahal was damaged in the Gujarat earthquake in the year 2001. In the year 2006 the palace was robbed by burgles and many of the things were looted from the palace. Many kutchi constructors were involved in building the Prag Mahal Bhuj. It is one of the Kutch tourist attractions.
Aina Mahal Bhuj was built in the 18th century palace located in bhuj. It was constructed by Rao Lakhpat ji in 1761. The main draftsman and designer of Aina Mahal was Ram Singh Malam. The Aina Mahal is fully made of marble walls which are decorated with glass. The entire walls of the palace are of white marble covered with mirrors
Kala dungar Kutch is one of the Kutch attractions which are known as the highest point in Kutch at 462 m. It is one of the rare non-coastal places where tourist can feel like life is at the edge of the earth. It is the best tourist attractions in Kutch from where tourist can view the Great Rann of Kutch. It is located close to the Pakistan border.
Bhujodi Bhuj is a textile center of Kutch. It is the best Kutch attraction where traveller can do shopping of Kutch's traditional skills. Here mela is held where various dance shows are performed and all handicrafts items are kept for selling. Many artisans work for the textile handicrafts production. Tourist can see how they work.
Kutch Museum is one of the ancient museums of Gujarat. Kutch Museum was firstly known as Fergusson Museum after that it was a part of School of Arts recognized by Maharao Khengarji which was initiated on 1 July 1877. The museum is made up of Italian Gothic style and was designed by Mc Lelland. The collections of the museums are very interesting consisting of a picture gallery, an archeological section, textiles, weapons, musical appliances and shipping section.