The duration of winter months from October to March is the best time to visit Bhuj. The weather during these months remains pleasant while the temperature ranges from 20 to 28 degree Celsius. The summers are severely hot in Bhuj with maximum temperatures rising up to 40 degrees Celsius.
Bhuj is served by Bhuj Airport. It is a domestic airport operated by Indian Air Force (the military airport part) and Airports Authority of India (the public airport part). The airport has a single terminal handling all departures and arrivals. Bhuj Airport offers flights operated by Air India Regional connecting Bhuj to Mumbai and by Jet Airways connecting Bhuj to Delhi and Mumbai.Places of Interest in Bhuj
A city and a municipality in the Kutch District in the Indian state of Gujarat, Bhuj is a desert city with a rich history of kings and empires making this city an interesting and unique destination to visit. The city connects visitors to an array of civilizations and important events in the history of South Asia through ancient archaeological finds, relics of Indus Valley Civilization, sites associated with the Mahabharata and Alexander ‘the Great's’ march into the country, and palaces, tombs, and other historical structures from the empires of the Naga chiefs, the Gujarat Sultans, the Jadeja Rajputs, and the British rule.Aina Mahal
A wondrous building, Aina Mahal is located in the northeast corner of the Hamirsar Lake. It was constructed during the mid-18th century and was designed by artisan named Ram Singh Malam. This building is designed in a mixed Indo-European style and boasts some beautiful art pieces and paintings.Sharad Baug Palace
One of the most famous tourist attractions in Bhuj, Sharad Baug Palace was once the residence of the royals. This palace is turned into a museum now and puts on display some beautiful artefacts related to the history of the region. The grounds of this spectacular building feature an attractive assortment of medicinal and flowering plants. Sharad Baug Palace remains closed for public on Friday.Kutch Museum
An apt place to visit for history buffs, Kutch Museum features an assortment of historical items ranging from paintings to coins, ancient script inscriptions to artistically beautiful sculptures, and musical instruments to artefacts. It is one of the oldest museums in Gujarat and is known for boasting the largest existing collection of the Kshatrapa inscriptions of the 1st century AD.