You will arrive at Bhuj and visit Sri Swami Narayan Temple. Made of marble, intricate carvings adorn the pillars and ceiling of the most expensive temple built in the state of Gujarat. You will then head to the Kutch Museum to learn about the history of tribal and folk tradition of the district, helping you get to know about the people of modern Gujarat and their lives. Remember that visiting a museum is a great way to learn about history, but tribals are not merely part of history, they are a major part of the Kutch populace and cultural identity today. You will also visit Bhujodi and Hiralaxmi Craft Park, a handicraft village where live artisans can be seen working. The cost of an entry ticket (if any) will be borne by the guest.
After breakfast, you will proceed to Banni Village to see various communities of Jat, Harijan, Meghawal and Mutva in various villages like Hodka, Ludiya and Dhordo that make some of the finest textiles in the country. Both men and women are actively involved in developing the art and craft tradition of the region. It’s the perfect opportunity to see the tribal artwork, handicrafts, wood work, and embroidery.
Later in the day, you will be transferred to the airport or railway station or airport for your onward journey.