“Desert Adventures” is two-story residential house, separate bedroom, closer to Bhuj airport and railway station, small garden to enjoy breakfast, terrace to sleep under stars in summer and cozy bedroom to enjoy winter with sky view out of windows.
A simple house with some traditional interiors, Most suitable to them who enjoys spending time with locals, interested in Indian cooking and exchanging cultural practices and values. 🙂
Home stay is for people who are interested in social and cultural exchange. Please inquire only if you are not expecting luxury and happy to bear with our standard of living. Thanks!
While you are travelling in Kutch region, Western India, especially the Great Rann of Kutch, staying in Bhuj would be most convenient to you because it is located in the middle. (North-desert, south-Arabian sea and Midland-Green and hilly)
It is accessible to all those amenities that travelers requires. (Internet, Buses, Trains, Flights, Restaurants, Gardens, Medical and other emergency services, let’s hope that you won’t require that)
Looking forward to hosting you in Bhuj 🙂
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What our guest says about us:
“My experience here will be treasured for years to come. Kuldip is the most gracious of hosts, and his family was incredibly accommodating. The home is located on a quiet strip right outside the hustle and bustle of downtown Bhuj. Hiking from the door awarded sights of Antelope, Crocodiles, and other wildlife amongst a canyon and a desert oasis. Getting to the city was just a 3-5 minute rickshaw ride. About the home itself: It’s immaculately clean, cool and comfortable. I enjoyed very much relaxing and eating there and taking tea with Kuldip and his family. Speaking of which, staying here is an ideal way to sample and learn about Gujarati food–simple desert cuisine with plenty of spice and unique flavours. Kuldip’s mother is an excellent chef. About Kuldip: I’m not sure if his profile says it, but he’s an award winning responsible travel guide who is probably the most knowledgeable guide in all of Kutch. He helped me so much in getting to see the region outside of where any tourists roam, and learn about the unique people, customs, and communities of the area. Going to Kutch would have been entirely different and in no way as rewarding if I hadn’t met Kuldip. I know it’s only a matter of time before I return to stay here again and it’s without a doubt that I’ll recommend it to anyone heading to Gujarat or India in general. One of the highlights of my trip.” Patrick Gookin (U.S.A.)