Infinity Rann of Kutch
The Infinity Rann of Kutch is part of a chain of luxurious wildlife lodges found in some of the best wildlife sites in India. The Infinity Rann of Kutch resort is situated within the village of Nani Aral, close to the dormant Dhinodar volcano.
The accommodation is in luxurious, beautifully designed, large African-style tents built and designed to replicate the local bhoongas. Each tent contains a large comfortable double or twin bed, private verandah, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, private (hot-water) bathroom with separate rain shower, writing table, tea and coffee facilities and Wi-Fi (charges may apply).
The Casuarina Restaurant serves delicious and diverse Indian, Chinese and continental cuisine in buffets. There is a communal terrace where bonfires are lit during the winter and other facilities include a swimming pool, children’s games area, volleyball court, cricket pitch and lounge. There is also a conference room where wildlife and conservation slideshows are presented.
Excursions from the lodge include safaris in the Rann of Kutch, bird watching, nature walks, and tours of the local Rabari nomad tribal villages and temples.
The area is close to the Neiya grasslands, an important area for many semi-arid bird species such as the rare Indian great bustard and overwintering McQueen’s bustard. Steppe eagles and large flocks of chestnut-bellied sandgrouse are also commonly seen, among many others. There is a small population of Indian wolf here and, with luck, a pack might be seen patrolling the open landscape. The area is also seasonally flooded providing a sanctuary for hundreds of water birds including pelicans, flamingos and storks.
Restaurant, swimming pool, games activities, hot water bathrooms, private veranda, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee making facilities and laundry service.
Wintering water birds and resident semi-arid bird specialists such as Indian bustard. A small population of Indian wolf is present and is occasionally seen.
Safaris, bird watching and nature walks, heritage, village and temple tours.
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Everything ran like clockwork. Everyone we dealt with was friendly and very helpful. Transfers, guides and wildlife sightings all exceeded our expectations. Highlights were having a male tiger with his mouth and legs covered in blood following our jeep a long the track in Tadoba and seeing a leopard lounging on a rock by the roadside.