Located in close proximity to the White Rann, in the village of Dhordo, Rann Niwas Homestay is traditionally designed with a large veranda, the rectangular rooms made with mud and gobar for a comforting insulation during the extreme climates of Kutch. VeerabhaiKhoyla started this homestay with his blood and sweat, with the support of his extended family. The stay is managed by Veerabhai alone, with assistance from his own little boy, Sunil, and his nephews who are frequent faces you’ll see around the property: they may not be of service, but they’ll cheer you up. The homestay is fortunately located very close to the traditional hamlet of the Khoyla family, which makes for a fascinating visit. Even though the family has spent years keeping their traditional craft and culture alive through kutchi embroidery and leatherwork, they’ve struggled to make a comfortable life for themselves and it’s Veerabhai’s dream to provide better for all three of his children by serving tourists.