The Beach at Mandvi Palace

Mandvi, Gujarat

Admire the palace estate consisting of styles reminiscent of Mughal architecture, and catch glimpses of the traditional village life of nearby ethic groups.

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  • The Beach at Mandvi Palace
  • The Beach at Mandvi Palace
  • The Beach at Mandvi Palace
  • The Beach at Mandvi Palace

Overview

The deluxe camp at Mandvi Beach is part of the private beach estate of the Maharaos, or rulers of Kutch, which consists of sun-kissed sands and warm tropical waters. The beach is a curving stretch of white sand fringed by blue waters, with windmills on one side, the Sunset pavilion on the other, and an uninterrupted view of the sea in front, and it is here that ten hand-crafted tents are located; comprising of private verandas, colonial period furnishings, and carved furniture. The restaurant is essentially made of thatch and bamboo, providing majestic views of the Arabian Sea, and one could even have a barbeque by the beach enjoying the cool breeze from the sea.

Stay

The beach is a curving stretch of white sand fringed by blue waters, with windmills on one side, the Sunset pavilion on the other, and an uninterrupted view of the sea in front, and it is here that ten hand-crafted tents are located; comprising of private verandas, colonial period furnishings, and carved furniture

Food

The restaurant is essentially made of thatch and bamboo, providing majestic views of the Arabian Sea, and serves Indian, Continental, and Chinese fare whilst specialising in sea food and tandoori delicacies. One could even have a barbeque by the beach enjoying the cool breeze from the sea.

Indulge

Explore the Palace of Vijay Vilas, upon whose estate the camp lies, which contains umbrella-domes, cupolas reminiscent of Mughal architecture, jarokhas and cusp-arches, and Victorian style gothic arches and colums. Visit the palace sanctuary that contains blue bulls, jackals, peacocks, and various birds of the forest. Also go on various Jain and Hindu temple pilgrimages, and visit villages like Tunda Vandh on day excursions from Mandvi to see embroidery of Rabaris, Ahirs and other groups.