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Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh Flights

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All domestic and international carriers are listed on the platform. You can check the airfare calendar to know about cheap air tickets beforehand. Booking a return ticket allows you to get better deals on airfare. So, do not forget to book one if your return date is confirmed. Look up the Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh flight prices on Adani One before booking the cheapest flight from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh.

There are no direct flights from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh. You will need to take a flight from Ahmedabad to travel to Dibrugarh from Bhavnagar. The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport at Ahmedabad offers connecting flights to Dibrugarh in Assam. IndiGo and Vistara operate up to 18 flights from Ahmedabad to Dibrugarh per week. The flight with the shortest duration has a layover at Kolkata and takes about 6 hours and 30 minutes. A road trip between Bhavnagar and Ahmedabad takes about 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Flights from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh


About Dibrugarh Airport 

Dibrugarh Airport (IATA Code: DIB) is located 15 km northeast of Dibrugarh town and provides connectivity to people living in this part of Assam and the neighbouring state of Arunachal Pradesh. Dibrugarh Airport is also known as Mohanbari Airport.

IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India are the airlines that mainly operate domestic flights from the airport. Vistara operates non-stop flights from Dibrugarh to Guwahati and Bagdogra, while IndiGo has direct flights to New Delhi, Kolkata, and Agartala. One-stop flights are also available to several cities from Dibrugarh Airport.

You can withdraw cash at the airport and hire pre-paid rental cars for your onward journey. Other services include wheelchairs for people with special needs, a lost and found baggage counter, and a first-aid centre for emergency medical aid. Your flight from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh will land at this airport, doubling as a base for helicopter services in the nearby districts.

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About Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is a beautiful city located in upper Assam. It is the entry point to the tea-producing districts of Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, and Sivasagar. These three districts alone account for half of India's production labelled as Assam Tea. Dibrugarh has, therefore, rightly earned the moniker of the 'Tea City of India'.

It is believed that Dibrugarh owes its name to the River Dibaru. Another version is that Dibru, in the local dialect, refers to a water body, and Garh means fort. Hence, the name Dibrugarh, which means a "place near a lake". The city is 138 km away from Jorhat and is home to the lush tea gardens sprawling across its valley. Several quaint places in Dibrugarh are truly worth a visit.

With its hills, valleys, and forests, Dibrugarh doubles as an ecological retreat and is also a treat for wildlife lovers. The Dibru Saikhowa National Park is a noted biodiversity centre. Those interested in flora will find a visit to the Jokai Botanical Garden in Dibrugarh worthwhile. The Jagannath Temple, identical to the one in Puri, is also a famous pilgrimage centre here.

Dibrugarh also houses some of the major Indian oil companies, including Indian Oil, ONGC, and Assam Petro-Chemicals, which conduct oil and natural gas exploration and drilling projects. Dibrugarh is also an important railway junction for people travelling to and from the states in eastern India.

The city is around 1,445 km from Kolkata in West Bengal. Its summers are wet and humid, while winters are comparatively drier.

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Dehing Namti Satra

The Dehing Namti Satra is located on the banks of the Disang River. The place is famous for its tombs built to honour the royal courtiers of the erstwhile Ahom dynasty. The Satra has a distinct Ahom architectural style, and relics belonging to the deceased nobles are displayed here.  

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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary

The Dehing Patkai Wildlife Park is a protected elephant reserve called Project Elephant and is home to an incredible range of mammals, reptiles, and birds. Some wild animals found here are the clouded leopard, Asiatic elephant, black panther, tiger and black bear. Several species of apes and monkeys like Hoolock Gibbon, Capped Langur and more can also be spotted here.  

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Dinjoy Satra

A popular tourist destination, Dinjoy Satra, is about 34 km from Dibrugarh. This village is known for the Dinjoy Satra Monastery, founded by Shri Aniruddha Dev, one of the 12 principal disciples of Gopal Atadaev, a religious leader of Assam. 

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Jeypore Rainforest

Spread over an area of about 108 square kilometres, the Jaypore Rainforest is a popular tourist destination in Dibrugarh. Besides being home to over 100 species of orchids, the rainforest is home to many wild animals such as elephants, bears, and flying squirrels. Leopards have also been sighted in the Jeypore rainforest.  

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Jokai Botanical Garden

The Jokai Botanical Garden is a part of the Jokai Forest Reserve, 12 km from Dibrugarh. It is famous for its Germplasm Centre, which houses an Orchid House, a Rainforest Specimen Plot, and a wide array of herbs and medicinal plants. You can also take an elephant ride in the garden.  

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This small town in Dibrugarh is famous for its tea gardens and Assamese festivals. The area is known for its celebration of Sangken (a water festival), Bihu, the traditional festival of the natives of Assam, and Durga Puja. The place houses several picturesque tea estates visited by tourists annually.  


About Bhavnagar Airport

Bhavnagar Airport is a domestic airport in Gujarat. Originally a private airport, the Airports Authority of India converted it into a domestic airport. It has two terminals, one for domestic flights and the other for cargo. It is located approximately 9 km from the railway station and 8 km from the bus stand. All basic amenities, like luggage trolleys, washrooms, wheelchairs, snack bars, lost and found counters, etc., are available at the airport.

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About Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar, a coastal town in Gujarat, is known for its temples and beaches. It houses the world's largest ship-breaking yard in Alang, which is 50 km from the city. Bhavnagar was originally a princely state founded by the Rajput ruler, Maharaja Bhavsinhji Gohil.

Since its inception in 1743, Bhavnagar has developed as a major centre for maritime trade. Today, it is a hub of textile mills and kilns that manufacture tiles and bricks.

Bhavnagar's summers are dry and hot, while the winters from November to February are mild and pleasant. The average temperature in winter is around 23° C. From April to June, the daytime temperature in Bhavnagar goes past 40° C. It is, therefore, better to visit Bhavnagar in the winter months when the maximum temperature hovers between 14 °C and 20° C.

Bhavnagar is connected to other cities by road, ferry, and rail services. The city's residents are comfortable conversing in Gujarati and Hindi.

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Kuda Beach

This two km-long beach in the Gulf of Cambay is located in Kuda village and offers a grand view of the clear skies and sandy shores to any weary traveller. Visitors can sunbathe, swim, or simply walk on the beach that lies 30 km from Bhavnagar Railway Station.

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Trambak Falls (Malnath Mahadev Temple)

One of the few natural waterfalls in Gujarat, the Trambak Falls is 24 km from Bhavnagar and can be visited on your way to the Malnath Mahadev Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. The waterfall derives its name from the hills of Trambak village.

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Takhteshwar Temple

One of the famous hilltop temples of India, the Takhteshwar Temple, gets its name from Maharaja Takhtsinhji, who constructed it. The temple has a grand courtyard with exceptional marble carvings. A three-eyed idol of Lord Shiva is its centre of attraction, and you also get a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Cambay from the temple.

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Khodiyar temple

According to legend, Maharaja Wakhatsinghji Gohil, a devotee of Khodiyar Mata, was paid a visit by the goddess herself. The king built the Khodiyar Temple facing Tataniya Wali Lake at the spot where he saw the goddess.

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Nilambag Palace

Nilambag Palace was constructed by the erstwhile king of Bhavnagar, Maharaja Saheb Takhatsinhji. The royal retreat, surrounded by lush greenery, was planned and executed by Simms, a German architect, in a breathtaking confluence of Indo-European styles. It was converted into a heritage hotel in 1984.

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Gandhi Smriti

A memorial built was where Mahatma Gandhi spent the last 144 days of his life. Gandhi Smriti, which now houses the Barton Museum and Library, was named after the chief British representative, Colonel Barton. It has manuscripts in different languages on display. The museum is a treasure trove of archaeological artefacts from in and around Gujarat.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct flights from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh. IndiGo and Vistara operate up to 18 flights between Ahmedabad and Dibrugarh weekly.

The shortest Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh flight duration for passengers taking their flight from Ahmedabad is 6 hours and 30 minutes. The flight has a layover of 2 hours in Kolkata.

For the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, the IATA code is AMD. The IATA Code for Dibrugarh Airport is DIB. 

The distance by road from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh is around 3,100 km. The aerial distance between the two cities is 2,393 km. 

While booking a flight ticket, remember that fares change depending on the travel date. Refer to the airfare calendar to find the cheapest air tickets for a flight from Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh. 

No. Liquor is not served on domestic flights in India, irrespective of the Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh flight duration.  

There are several flights from Ahmedabad to Dibrugarh every day. You can check for Bhavnagar to Dibrugarh flight timings today on Adani One and book yourself a seat.  

No. Any flammable items or things that can start a fire are prohibited on international and domestic flights. This includes lighters, matchboxes, gasoline, and incense sticks, along with sharp objects.

Pregnant women are allowed to board domestic flights, provided they have a medical certificate that clears them for boarding a flight. Please check with your flight operator for more information.  

You can visit any tea estates in Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, and Sivasagar from the Mohanbari Airport in Dibrugarh.

There are regular buses from Bhavnagar to Ahmedabad daily. It takes between 3 to 4 hours to reach Ahmedabad by cab.  

Diamond jewellery, handicrafts, woodwork, embroidered cotton sarees, blouses and dupattas, mirror-work fabrics and apparel, and embroidered Chopats and torans are excellent souvenirs to purchase on a trip to Bhavnagar.

The famous locally made products in Dibrugarh include Assam silk sarees, mekhla chadar, gamosa, japi and jorai, cane & bamboo products and Assam tea.  

The best time to visit Dibrugarh is October through March, when the weather's comfortable.
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Airport Information

Dibrugarh Civil Aerodrome Dibrugarh, Mohanbari, Dibrugarh, Assam 786012

Bhavnagar Airport Road, Subhashnagar, Bhavnagar, Gujarat 364001