Riders has a fleet of open vehicles for cross-country
safaris in the Little Rann of Kutch, a 4950 sq km wildlife
sanctuary comprising a huge expanse of saline desert
wilderness interspersed with grass-and- scrublands and
The Little Rann of Kutch is well-known as the remaining
habitat of the endangered Indian Wild Ass, a magnificent
member of the horse family. Nilgai (blue bull), the
largest antelope in India can be seen during the drives.
Indian Wolf, Indian and White-footed Desert Foxes, Golden
Jackal, Striped Hyena, Desert, Jungle and Fishing Cat,
and smaller mammals like hares, hedgehogs, gerbil and
field mice are seen in the sanctuary.
The Little Rann is inhabited by desert-dwelling reptiles
including the Spiny-tailed Lizard.