Flights to Bhuj


Bhuj is located? in the Kutch district of Gujarat. This place is historically significant because remnants of Harappa or Indus Valley Civilization can be found here. The city also has ancient tombs, palaces, museum, sanctuaries, temples, caves, beaches, and much more. While visiting Bhuj, don't forget to shop for handicraft work, especially local embroidery. Tourism is one of the biggest economic activities here. Kutch has also been the location for many super-hit Bollywood movies, such as Refugee and Lagaan.

Kutch was devastated in the 2001 earthquake, and the restoration required considerable time and resources.?

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Shyamji Krishna Verma Airport in Bhuj is located 5 km away from the city centre, which has only one domestic terminal. This airport is equipped with VIP lounge, free baggage trolleys in the arrival-departure halls, WiFi facility, conveyor belts in arrival area, and toilet facilities for the disabled. Air India and Jet Airways flights are available twice daily to reach Mumbai. Public cars, taxis, and rental cars are available from the airport to reach the nearest destinations.

More Information on Bhuj

The geographical coordinates of Bhuj are 23.27°N 69.67°E, and it has a total population of 147,123. Gujarati and Hindi are the most popular languages.

Some of the must-visit places in Bhuj are:
  • Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Hamirsar Lake
  • Guru Gorakhnath Temple
  • Hill Garden
  • Prag Mahal
  • Kachchh Museum
  • Kutch Bustard Sanctuary
  • Bharatiya Sanskriti Darshan
  • White Desert
  • Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
  • Darbar Gadh
  • Palace of Mirrors (Aina Mahal)
  • Mata no Madh
  • Dhoramnath Temple
Best time to visit Bhuj is between October and March, when the temperature varies from 20°C to 28°C.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018


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