Jeep announces it next trail to the Rann of Kutch

Owning a Jeep is much more than owning a car, it’s about leading a life of soulful adventures and being a part of the much-celebrated club – the Jeep Life

Jeep has been organising these off- roading trails for quite some time now and has now announced the recent White Sand Trails to Rann of Kutch, this year starting from November 22nd to November 24th.

So, get ready and gear up and get your Jeeps serviced today at your nearest Jeep Dealers in Bangalore.

From magnificent mountaintops to treacherous jungles, join the country’s most legendary adventures to experience the most scenic Jeep Trails ever.

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Being a part of the Jeep brotherhood is all about becoming a part of a dynamic global community that breathes adventure and freedom.

Along with the Jeep comes a life off the road, one that is in sync with nature, which is perhaps why the Jeep brand elicits passionate connections with Jeep owner’s community.

We are just as much as excited, as you are to start your adventures with Jeep!

So, if you aren’t part of the community yet, make sure book a Jeep test drive at the nearest authorized Jeep Dealer in Bangalore, before you decide on the right car.

So, here’s a sneak peek into the Jeep Trail to Rann of Kutch.

Get ready for the Desert Safaris, Temples and Stepwells and Gujrat’s salty marshes.

Considering that it sprawls out over 5,000sqkm, the Little Rann of Kutch seems inaccurately named. Its name makes sense only in comparison with the salt desert next door: The Greater Rann of Kutch, which stretches out across 7,500sqkm. The word rann means “salty desert” and while driving through the Little Rann of Kutch, a salty desert is all you see. The first drive into the terrain feels a little surreal. The ground is cracked, the air is dry, mirages abound, and the parched earth unfolds endlessly in all directions, yet the Little Rann is home to one of the country’s largest wildlife reserves, the Wild Ass Sanctuary, where the topography varies from large marshlands to brown-grey patches of soil with a few small thorny shrubs.

The Water bodies in the Little Rann of Kutch turn light pink every winter as lesser flamingos collect here to lay eggs. Large groups of the endangered Indian wild ass can be spotted grazing at dawn and dusk. Considering that it sprawls out over 5,000sqkm, the Little Rann of Kutch seems inaccurately named. Its name makes sense only in comparison with the salt desert next door: The Greater Rann of Kutch, which stretches out across 7,500sqkm. The word rann means “salty desert” and while driving through the Little Rann of Kutch, a salty desert is all you see. The first drive into the terrain feels a little surreal. The ground is cracked, the air is dry, mirages abound, and the parched earth unfolds endlessly in all directions. The Little Rann contains one of the country’s largest wildlife reserves, the Wild Ass Sanctuary, where the topography varies from large marshlands to brown-grey patches of soil with a few small thorny shrubs.

 

A Jeep safari is the best way to explore this enormous salty desert. It usually lasts three hours and the sections of the sanctuary visited depends on the interests of patrons. Birdwatchers opt for the marshlands but those who want to see mammals opt for the dry desert. To meet locals, the safaris head to the salt pans. The marshlands and Nava Talao (lake) are crowded with water birds. Salt Pans and Bullock Carts Speckled across the desert are white patches that look like piles of snow. Come closer, and a group of salt pan workers, known as Agarias, will be drying out or transporting huge piles of salt.

Set on the Jeep journey and for more details visit your nearest Jeep showroom in Bangalore.