Gaganbhai Bharmal’s family used to get a lot of visitors who’d want to interact with his uncle: who’s won a national award for his Leather work. In an attempt to provide a comfortable stay for these visitors while simultaneously building something that’d be an asset to his offspring, he established the beautiful Rann Visamo resort in 2014 with the support of his family. The resort has incorporated traditional Pakistani architecture in its Bhungas and cottages owing to the Bharmal family’s roots. Their extensive involvement in Kutchchi mud work has lent to the beautification of both the exteriors and interiors. The tents also come with mud work aplenty, which gives a far more traditional feel to even, even amidst the standard comfort design and interior. The dining area too, is stunning with a colourful roof weaved together with cloths of a pleasant colour palette. Come here for a clear view of the sky, which neatly placed cottages, tents and Bhungas around a large open space; or to interact with the lovely Kora, the daughter of Gaganbhai who’s a talented bead-work artist, and a lovely, boisterous little lady who guests often bond with so easily that they’d think twice before leaving the property.