Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary is situated at a distance of approximately 93 km from the Ahmedabad city of Gujarat. Spread over an area of approximately 4950 sq km, the sanctuary counts amongst one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in India. The habitats provided by Little Rann of Kutchh Wildlife Sanctuary of India ranges from saline desert plains to arid grasslands to rocky and thorn scrub to lakes and marshes.
Rann of Kutchh Wildlife Sanctuary of Gujarat is the only abode of
Asiatic Wild Ass in India. The chestnut-brown animal is the last
survivor of wild horse family of the Indian subcontinent and is found
nowhere in the country except the Thar Desert of Gujarat. The other
wildlife attractions of the Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary
include Gazelle, Blue Bull, Wolf, Indian Foxes, Jackal, Jungle Cat,
The famous bird species found inhabiting Indian Little Rann of Kutch
Wildlife Sanctuary are Laggar Falcon, Spotted & Indian Sandgrouse,
Flamingoes, Francolin Partridge, Desert Larks, Houbara Bustard, Bustard
Quails, Desert Wheatear, Short Toed Eagle, Steppe Eagle, Imperial Eagle,
Storks, Ducks, Cranes and Pelicans.
How to Reach Little Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary
By Air: The nearest airport is situated in the city of
By Rail: Ahmedabad railway station has direct trains to most of
the key cities of India.
By Road: Little Rann of Kutch is well connected with Ahmedabad