Porbandar by Road


One can reach Porbandar by road from Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Junagadh and Jamnagar, which are connected to other parts of the country. There are luxury bus services from these places to Porbandar.

Ahmedabad, an important city of western India, is about 412 kilometers from Porbandar. Jamnagar is around 124 kilometers and Rajkot is approximately 187 kilometers from this coastal city of Gujarat. Thus it takes roughly 2:30 to 3 hours to travel to Porbandar from Jamnagar and about 4 hours from Rajkot by road. Porbandar from Ahmedabad by road is a night's journey by bus or car.

Due to the convenient transport system, tourists can travel to Porbandar by road with great comfort and ease. Apart from availing the regular bus service, one can also hire a car or a taxi.



Last Updated on 19th January 2013








     


     

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