Discover a World of Things to Do in Gandhidham
If you’re in the Kutch district for a corporate trip, be sure to make time to explore all that Gandhidham has to offer. Delve into the area’s history and culture with a visit to Bhadreshwar Temple and Gandhi Samadhi. For a fun day trip, head to Bhuj to wander through the city’s famous markets and pick out a souvenir. Want to see the wild side of India? Plan a trip to the Rann of Kutch or Banni Grassland to catch a glimpse of wildlife like cheetahs and flamingos. When your visit comes to an end, we offer airport transfer service
to Bhuj Airport (BHJ), and the hotel is just 10 kilometres from the Kandla Port.
Don't miss these area attractions:
- Banni Grassland (114 km)
As the largest natural grassland in India, the Banni Grassland is known for its diversity of wildlife along with remarkable communities that farm the land using centuries-old techniques.
- Bhadreshwar (31 km)
Known for its many ancient mosques, Jain temples and other historical sites, Bhadreshwar is a must-see destination, filled with beautiful architecture over a thousand years old.
- Bhuj (50 km)
Wander through the city’s maze of alleys to explore opulent palaces and gorgeous temples, and shop for beautifully embroidered textiles, jewellery and other handicrafts sold throughout Bhuj’s famous bazaars. While in Bhuj, be sure to visit Kutch Museum, the oldest museum in Gujarat.
- Dholavira (190 km)
Located in the Rann of Kutch, this archaeological site contains the ruins of a 5,000-year-old city recently recognised as a World Heritage site.
- Gandhidham (2 km)
Founded in the 1950s as a refugee settlement, Gandhidham has become one of the fastest-growing cities in the state, drawing numerous businesses, entertainment venues and restaurants into its thriving community.
- Gandhi Samadhi (Raj Ghat) (3 km)
Follow the stone footpath to pay your respects at this beautiful memorial built where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated on January 31, 1948, and now marked by an eternal flame.
- Kala Dungar (140 km)
This beautiful place of worship overlooking the desert is a must-see attraction, perched on the highest point in Kutch and offering some of the best views of the region.
- Narayan Sarovar (207 km)
Considered one of the holiest pilgrimage sites in India, Narayan Sarovar is home to gorgeous temples and amazing architecture along the banks of one of the five sacred lakes of Hinduism.
- Rann of Kutch (150 km)
As the world’s largest salt desert, the Rann of Kutch draws thousands of visitors each year to witness its transformation from desert to marsh during monsoon season.
- Rann Utsav (Kutch Carnival) (150 km)
Running from November to February, the Rann Utsav is an annual festival celebrating the beauty of the Rann of Kutch’s unique landscape. During the event, be sure to visit local vendors selling embroidery and other handmade items to find the perfect souvenir.