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Places Near Bhuj (Weekend Getaways)

Gandhidham

Gandhidham

After the partition of India, to rehabilitate the Sindhis of Pakistan on request of Gandhiji, the Maharaja of Kutch, His Highness Maharao Shri Vijayrajji Khengarji Jadeja Read More

(57 km - 1Hr, 20 min)
Kutch

Kutch

The word Kutch means “island” in Sanskrit. This refers to the fact that in ancient days, the Ranns, meaning deserts, of Kutch were sunken by the Read More

(72 km - 1 Hr, 30 min)
Dholavira

Dholavira

Dholavira is famous because of the remains of the Harappan civilization that have been found here. One of the important archeological sites of the Indus Valley Read More

(156 km - 3Hrs, 20 mins)
Morbi

Morbi

Situated at the banks of the River Machhu, Morbi provides a marvellous example of the fusion of traditional and the European style of architecture. The suspension Read More

(171 km - 2Hrs, 50 min)
Wankaner

Wankaner

Wankaner got its name from its location. It is situated at a bend or 'Wanka' of 'ner' or water of the River Machhu. Wankaner was a Read More

(197 km - 3Hrs, 25 min)
Rajkot

Rajkot

Rajkot is famous as the capital of the former state of Saurashtra. Rajkot, though no more a capital, has always had a glorious past and still Read More

(232 km - 4 Hrs,)
Jamnagar

Jamnagar

In 1540 A.D. Jam Raval founded the city of Jamnagar as the capital of the Princely State of Nawanagar. The city was established around the Ranmal Read More

(269 km - 4 Hrs, 40 min)
Gondal

Gondal

Gondal was once one of the eight princely states of Kathiawar before Indian Independence. The rulers here had a fascination for cars for which Gondal had Read More

(272 km - 4Hrs, 45 min)
Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad

A city of paradox, Ahmedabad is a juxtaposition of all opposites. On one side we find the Gujaratis who are famous throughout India as the master Read More

(333 km - 5Hrs, 50 min)
Junagadh

Junagadh

Very few places in Gujarat have the diversity that Junagadh offers. Located at the foothills of the Girnar range, Junagadh got its name because of Uparkot, Read More

(333 km - 5 Hrs, 55 min)
Girnar

Girnar

Girnar is one of the most important and holy pilgrimage centers of both Hindus and Jains. Girnar is a range of mountains usually known as the Read More

(340 km - 6 Hrs, 20 min)
Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar

Situated on the west banks of the Sabarmati river, Gandhinagar is the newest capital of Gujarat. After Independence in 1960, when the old state of Bombay Read More

(350 km - 6 Hrs, 10 min)
Palanpur

Palanpur

Founded by King Prahaladan and a part of the Paramara Rajput empire, Palanpur presently is the head quarters of the Banaskantha district. It was also once Read More

(353 km - 5 Hrs, 25 min)
Kheda

Kheda

Long ago Kheda was known as “Hidimba Van” because its believed that Bhimsen of Mahabharata had killed a demon to marry Hidimba at this place. Kheda Read More

(360 km - 6Hrs, 10 min)
Danta

Danta

Danta was once a princely state of the Paramara dynasty, descendants of the Agnivansha Rajputs. Upon the Independence of India, Danta merged with Dominion of India. Read More

(391 km - 6Hrs, 5 min)