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Bhuj to Jorhat Flights

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Are you planning a trip from Bhuj to Jorhat?

Book your tickets using Adani's one-stop platform. Whether you are booking a one-way flight from Bhuj to Jorhat, or a return flight ticket from Jorhat to Bhuj, you will get several options on the platform. The Adani platform also provides attractive discounts, deals, and cashback offers. All major domestic carriers, including Air India, AirAsia, IndiGo, and SpiceJet, are listed on the platform. You can choose the airline that suits your requirements the best.

At present, there are no direct flights between Bhuj and Jorhat. The nearest major airport to Bhuj from where you can take a flight to Jorhat is Ahmedabad Airport. Currently, only IndiGo operates flights on the Ahmedabad to Jorhat route with a layover in Kolkata. The distance between Bhuj and Ahmedabad is about 330 km that can be covered in about 6 hours 45 minutes. Visit the Adani platform for details on the available flights, ticket fares, and timings, and book tickets for your Bhuj to Jorhat journey today.

Flights from Bhuj to Jorhat


About Jorhat Airport

The third major airport in Assam after Guwahati and Dibrugarh, the Rowriah Airport in Jorhat (IATA code: JRH), is located 7 km from the city centre. Built in the early 1950s, it was developed to launch flights to carry out airdrops in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh. The airport has direct flights to Guwahati and Kolkata and is also connected to other major Indian cities. The only airline that flies to Jorhat is IndiGo.

Jorhat Airport has a single terminal supporting domestic flight operations. It has four check-in counters capable of handling 100 passengers at a time. The airport has baggage trolleys and baggage wrapping stations available for the convenience of the passengers. Wheelchairs with escorts are also available for physically challenged and senior citizens. There are snack and juice bars, and a few retail shops selling handlooms from northeastern states.

The airport is well-connected to the rest of the city by road. It is located at a distance of 10 km from the bus station. Taxis and private cars are easily available for commuting to and from the airport. The Jorhat railway station is located just 9 km away from the airport.

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About Jorhat

Jorhat, the cultural capital of Assam, is known for its tombs, mosques, gardens, and tea plantations. Jorhat is also known as the tea capital of India. Located about 305 km from Guwahati, Jorhat is a beautiful city renowned for its culture and arts. It is the second-largest city in Assam. There are over 135 tea gardens in Jorhat.

Jorhat is also home to the Raja Maidam, Thengal Bhavan, Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar, and Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary. Dhekiakhowa Bornamghar is one of the oldest and most popular places of worship in Assam, attracting thousands of devotees. The popular river island of Majuli is 20 km away from the city and is easily accessible by ferries.

The world-famous Kaziranga National Park is located nearby. The park is home to one-horned rhinoceros and has a huge variety of fauna and flora.

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Gymkhana Club

One of the oldest clubs in the country, the Gymkhana Club, is located 4 km from Jorhat. The golf course in the club is the third oldest in the world. The club was established in 1876 for the entertainment of British tea plantation officers. It is also a venue for horse races. 

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Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary

Situated 20 km from Jorhat, the Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary is home to primates of various species not commonly seen in other wildlife sanctuaries. Spread across 1,915 hectares, there are capped langurs, slow loris, rhesus monkeys, and hoolock gibbons here. Besides primates, you can also find leopards, elephants, and wild pigs in the sanctuary. 

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Kakochang Waterfalls

Situated 13 km from Jorhat, Kakochang Waterfalls flows between coffee and rubber plantations. The ruins of Numaligarh can also be seen from here. 

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Majuli Island

Majuli Island, the largest riverine island in the world, is located about 20 km from Jorhat on the Brahmaputra river. The island is spread across 1250 sq km and has a rich religious and cultural history. It is home to the first neo-Vaishnavite monastery in Assam, established by Sankardeva. The inhabitants of Majuli Island practice fishing and agriculture, and indulge in pottery, handloom, and weaving. The island is a tentative UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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Sukapha Samannay Kshetra

Built in the memory of the first Ahom King, Sukapha Samannay Kshetra is of extreme archaeological importance. According to Ahom beliefs, Sukapha was the descendent of Tai god Khunlung. Regular excavations are carried out here to unearth the remains of the erstwhile kingdom. 

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Tocklai Tea Research Centre

The oldest and largest tea research station in the world, the Tocklai Tea Research Centre, was established in Jorhat in 1911. There are eight research departments, including soil, agricultural economics, plant production, biochemistry, botany, agronomy, manufacturing, engineering, and tea tasting. 


About Bhuj Airport

The Shyamji Krishna Verma Airport in Bhuj (IATA code: BHJ) is located at a distance of 3 km towards the northern part of the city. Spread over 832 acres, the airport is located just 48 km away from the India-Pakistan border. During the 1971 Indo-Pak war, this airport was raided over 35 times within 15 days with 92 bombs and 22 rockets. Later, it was rebuilt by 300 women from the Madhapar village. It was again damaged in the 2001 earthquake, after which it was renovated and dedicated to Lal Krishna Advani, the Deputy Prime Minister of India at that time.

Bhuj Airport serves a single flight to Mumbai operated by Alliance Air. The airport has a single terminal capable of handling 200 passengers at a time. It has four check-in counters along with one security check counter. The airport also offers passengers all basic amenities, including free trolleys, lost and found counters, wheelchairs, assistance for the physically challenged and senior citizens, etc.

Regular taxi services are available for passengers to reach any part of the city. The bus stand is located 4 km from the airport.

About Bhuj

Bhuj, the westernmost city in India, is a treasure trove of culture and heritage. Known for its small, winding streets, temples, and palaces, Bhuj is home to Gujarat's oldest museum. The area is also renowned for its traditional embroidery and handicrafts. The capital of the Kutch region, the city of Bhuj, is eclectic and enchanting. It offers you an incredible experience of admiring the untouched beauty of the Great Rann of Kutch.

The world-renowned Rann Utsav gives you the wonderful opportunity to enjoy a cultural extravaganza. It is celebrated in February – March, usually coinciding with Shivratri. It is best to visit Bhuj during the winter months, as the summers can be extremely harsh, whereas the rains can be torrential.

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Aina Mahal

One of the most popular attractions in Bhuj — the Aina Mahal in Maharao Lakhpatji's old palace is a sight to behold. The palace is built in the traditional Kutchi style. The main attraction is the Hall of Mirrors, with tons of glass exhibits on the walls, pillars, windows, and ceilings. 

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Kutch Museum

Do not miss the Kutch Museum in Bhuj if you are interested in art, heritage, and history. The museum houses an array of artefacts and articles representing the culture and history of Gujarat, including idols of gods, royal swords, knives, and the skull of a flying dinosaur discovered nearby.

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Kutch Fossil Park

Founded and maintained by Mohansinh M. Sodha, this eco-friendly park is especially popular among people interested in dinosaurs. You will find numerous Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Jurassic fossils here.

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White Desert Of Kutch

Witness the beauty and serenity of white sands in the largest salt desert in the world. Stretching from the Gulf of Kutch to the bank of the Indus river, the Great White Rann of Kutch is unmatched when it comes to natural beauty and wildlife.

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Prag Mahal

Located in the suburbs of Bhuj, Prag Mahal is an architectural wonder. Built in the 19th century, it boasts Corinthian Pillars and Gothic-style windows. Built mostly of red sandstone, it has elaborate carvings on the walls and beautiful artworks on the jharokhas. It also houses India's second-tallest clock tower, offering a mesmerising view from the top. 

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Shri Swaminarayan Temple

Built in 1822, the Shri Swaminarayan Temple in Bhuj is the first Sampraday Swaminarayan temple in the country. It is situated near Hamirsar Lake and is an architectural masterpiece built with marbles. The white structure is a visual treat and a serene place to visit. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline's policy for more information on carrying food items during your travel from Bhuj to Jorhat. In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof. 

The distance between Bhuj and Ahmedabad is about 330 km that can be covered in about 6 hours 45 minutes. 

The Kaziranga National Park is a little over 100 km from Jorhat. A road trip to this tourist hotspot from Jorhat is recommended.  

There are currently no direct flights between Bhuj and Jorhat. 

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in baggage on an economy-class flight from Bhuj to Jorhat. The weight limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel. Please check the baggage rules before checking in at the airport. 

The IATA code for Bhuj Airport is BHJ. Jorhat Airport has the code JRH. 

Jorhat Airport currently operates non-stop domestic flights to Kolkata and Guwahati, with 31 and 18 flights each month, respectively. 

As of now, IndiGo is the only airline operating from Jorhat Airport. 

Jorhat is most known for its extensive tea gardens and being home to the world-renowned Kaziranga National Park. 

Jorhat is considered as the cultural capital of Assam. 

Bhuj is a delight for vegetarian food lovers, and you can enjoy both savoury preparations and sweetmeats in this fascinating city. When you explore Bhuj, try poha, dabeli, faafda, jalebi, etc. 

For a one-day trip from Jorhat, you must undoubtedly visit the Kaziranga National Park to witness nature in all its glory. You can see the one-horned rhinoceros, tigers, monkeys, elephants, and many more amazing birds and animals. 

Jorhat is often known as the cultural capital of Assam. The city has produced many famous musicians, actors, writers, journalists, and historians. 

The Kaziranga National Park near Jorhat is famous because it is the largest habitat for the one-horned rhinoceros in the world. 
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Airport Information

Jorhat Airport Rd, Jorhat, Assam 785005

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001