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I had so looked forward to Shaam e Sarhad, in the middle of a great trip to Gujarat. It sounds wonderful in theory, but the actual execution was quite different. Perhaps it's seen better days, or is better at the start of the season, but...More
The whole village type architecture created inside is awesome.
The hosts were polite and helpful. The food was awesome.
Musical performance and bonfire in the night were simply icing on the cake. Only issue is there is no proper signboard on the road if you...More
This is a resort close to the Rann of Kutch managed by the village community. Accommodation includes mud huts and tents. We stayed in a mud hut which was very charming and comfortable. The bathroom is a separate mud hut in the back, also adequately...More
Expecting five star facilities in the middle of a desert will be stupidity. Keeping that in mind, this resort does a wonderful job to make sure you stay happy, enjoy local hygienic meals and offer a rustic ambience with their restricted resources in a desert...More
26th January long weekend we planned a girls trip (2N/3D) at Kutch and we chose to stay at Sham-e-Sarhad village resort going by good reviews.
The resort is a lovely property managed by locals. Our reservations were done through and agent and the local manager...More
Would you recommend this for a solo woman traveler.
Also, what is the best way to go see the dessert and villages interms of transport
2 January 2017|
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Response from Shaam E Sarhad V | Property representative |
Yes, there are many solo woman guests have been stayed to the rural property which is owned and managed by local community. Te explore Rann of Kutch and surrounding villages need to hire a vehicle from Bhuj city.
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"Bhungas, large and small are great! Not sure about tents..."