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Highlights : The Indian Desert which is also known as the Thar Desert, is a continuous part of the contiguous land mass of the great desert of Sahara & Arabia. The desert has a variety of ecologically interesting land forms.  At places water and wind erosion have washed away the soil leaving behind only gravel and stones.  A characteristic feature of all deserts is salt flats of various sizes and depths, mostly shallow which dry after the rains the largest of these flats is the Greater Rann of Kuchchh. Visit to the variety of ecologically interesting land farms; the pride of the Thar desert in Gujarat State is the extinctions Flamingos which nests and breed here in their natural habitat and the tour also takes you to visit of nature’s most enchanting underwater splendour at the marine national park.
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[These Eco Tour Programs are best run with minimum 6 travelers to a group & more]

RANN OF KACHCHH - The Indian Desert, which is also known as the Thar Desert, is a continuous part of the contiguous landmass of the Great Deserts of Sahara & Arabia.

The desert has a variety of ecologically interesting land farms. A characteristic feature of all deserts is salt flats of various sizes and depths, mostly shallow, which dry up after the rains. The largest of these flats is the Greater Rann of Kachchh.

Each one of the formations is unique, curios, interesting and support a wide spectrum of plant and wildlife. The variety of colourful insects includes the loctus, grass hopper, dragon fly and over 17 species of beetle. There are 47 reptile species which survive in the rocky and sandy region of the desert a prime example is the spirey tail lizard with its stumped head and flat spirey tail. Another example is snake that merges so well in the sand and dried vegetation that unless the area is scanned inch by inch, it is rarely impossible to discover it.

The desert is very rich in avifauna both in species as well as in number there are over 300 species of birds found here some are resident and many are winter visitors. Otherwise silent, the common sand grouse are noisy at the water hole, where they appear every morning in huge numbers. The whole environment resounds with their chatter & twitter. Apart from these, there is no dearth of colourful birds here beaters, Rotters, larks, fly cathers, warblers and white checked bulbuls.

Over 100,000 greater flamingoes assemble in May-June as their last stop are the way to their annual nesting site somewhere in the Greater Rann of Kachchh, Gujarat.

In the greater Rann is a challange, the spectacle of 100,000 nests and nearly 300,000 flamingos in the salt flat of Rann is one of the treasured moments for a photographer.

The flamingos distribute in the desert by late November with the juveniles and stay along the extensively long shores of salt lake, till the end of June. Lesser flamingos arrive from East Africa and feed with the larger ones in the desert marshes. For demoiselle cranes, the desert is enroute for marshes. For domoiseelle cranes, the desert is enroute for warmer lands. Thousands of cranes cross the Thar in winter.

The pride of the desert however is the Indian Gazelle - elegant swift and vigilant. The salt flats need special maintain for their being the unique habitat holding the dwindling population of about 100 wild asses (in little Rann- a sanctuary for wild asses).

Nature’s most enchanting underwater splendor. The Coral belt falling with the Gulf of Kachchh, between Navlakha and Okha is distinguished by rare presence of living corals.

Only marine Eco-system where live Corals can be seen with naked eye just below the water surface.

Rarefauna - a network of 42 Islands with coral reefs and mango grove forest. Beside the pearl oyster, about 1000-1500 different species of Marine animals and plants find shelter here 225 different species of algae, 400 species of fishes including 16 of sharks, 70 varieties of sponges 300 to 400 species of Mollusces reptile, snakes and turtles.

Famous for rare species BONNELIE which is only found at two other places of World.

Three marine mammals- Dolphins, Whales and dugong. Dolphins growing upto 2 meter in length live in groups and are commonly found with in this area.

The Gulf of Kachchh is one of the very few places to have many rare and colorful Corals: Marine Bhota and Mangrove Swamps vital to marine ecology. It covers and area on 500 sq. kms. from Okha to Sachana, on the North Western coast of Saurashtra. The Marine National Park is India’s first national marine sanctuary.


Clear crystal waters give you an opportunity of doing brave adventurous diving, underwater photography or scuba diving (you must have your own equipment and a life jacket for such sports). Here you will be able to touch Puffer Fish, Sea-urchins, Octopus, Ridley’s Turtles and Sea Dolphines! And a chance to take photograph of this unknown treasures.

If you are lucky you may find an outsize pearl of rare luster! With your underwater photography can reveal the secrets of the Corals, the Sea horse and the colorful ink-throwing squids. There are hardly any sharks about in the cold winter waters!

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