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Jamnagar to Udaipur Flights

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There are no direct flights from Jamnagar to Udaipur, but there are flights from Rajkot to Udaipur. Rajkot Airport is the nearest airport to Jamnagar and is located around 90 km from Jamnagar. From Rajkot, there are multiple connecting flights offered by airlines such as Air India and IndiGo. The shortest flight is a 9-hour and 5-minute IndiGo flight with a layover in New Delhi.

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Flights from Jamnagar to Udaipur


About Udaipur Airport

Maharana Pratap Airport (IATA code: UDR) in Udaipur is located 23 km from the city centre and is easily accessible by taxi, car rental, bus and train. For those travelling by private vehicles, the airport has parking facilities for 600 vehicles.

The Maharana Pratap Airport is well connected to major cities in India, including Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chennai, and more. Major airlines including Vistara, Air India, and IndiGo regularly operate flights from this airport.

The domestic airport has a single terminal with 6 check-in counters and 3 security counters for the convenience of passengers. The airport has a wide variety of facilities for passengers including a child care room, services for the differently-abled, shops, restaurants, ATMs, lounges, a tourist information centre, and more. Maharana Pratap Airport was declared a single-use plastic-free zone, and was also ranked as the cleanest airport in India based on a survey conducted by the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

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About Udaipur

Located in the state of Rajasthan, the enchanting city of Udaipur is a popular tourist destination. Udaipur has majestic palaces, serene lakes, bustling markets, delicious cuisine and street food, and rich cultural historical monuments. Its royal heritage and enchanting sights has earned Udaipur the title of the Jewel of Mewar. Surrounded by the ancient Aravalli Hills, Udaipur has many tourist attractions for every type of traveller.

Udaipur was founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1559 to be the capital of the Mewar kingdom. There are many artificial lakes in Udaipur, and the city is thus called the City of Lakes. It is also well connected to the rest of the country.

While in Udaipur, you can enjoy exquisite Rajasthani cuisine, including mirchi bada, dal bati churma, ker sangri, and the famous kachoris. The festivals of Diwali, Gangaur, Hariyali Amavasya, and Jagannath Rath Yatra are some of the most famous festivals celebrated in Udaipur. September to March is the perfect time to visit Udaipur and the weather remains pleasant and is perfect for sightseeing.

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Ahar Museum

This museum is a popular tourist destination for those travellers who are history and archaeology enthusiasts. Ahar Museum contains collections of sculptures, earthenware and pottery, and other items including a metal statue of Buddha dating back to the 10th century.

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City Palace

This magnificent palace was built on the banks of Lake Pichola by Maharana Uday Singh II in 1559. In the palace grounds, you can look at the beautiful courtyards, terraces, gardens, pavilions, and the museum that contains some of the finest Rajput artistic and cultural artefacts. The splendid architecture of the palace has Indian, European, and Chinese influences and contains domes, arches, and towers.

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Bagore Ki Haveli

Located in Gangaur Ghat, the Bagore Ki Haveli is a magnificent palace. Made with elaborate glasswork, it was constructed by the prime minister of the then princely state of Mewar, Amar Chand Badwa. The palace has now been converted into a museum. There is a popular Dharohar Dance Show conducted in the evenings that showcases the music, culture and folk tradition of Rajasthan.

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Lake Pichola

Lake Pichola is an artificial lake located at the heart of Udaipur, Rajasthan. Built by Picchu Banjara during the reign of Maharana Lakha in 1362, Lake Pichola is one of the largest lakes in Udaipur. It is 4 km long, 3 km wide, and 30 feet deep. Visitors can also take boat rides across the lake. 

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Monsoon Palace (Sajjangarh Fort)

Perched on top of Bansdara Hill, Monsoon Palace, or Sajjangarh Fort, is a white marble structure that served as a residence and monsoon hunting lodge, and was built by Maharana Sajjan Singh. Constructed in 1884, the Monsoon Palace is adorned with domes, towers, and fountains, and is an incredible Rajasthani architectural marvel.

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Saheliyon ki Bari

The mesmerising Saheliyon ki Bari (courtyard of the maidens) was built by Maharana Sangram Singh for the princess and her 48 maidens. The lush green gardens, white marble canopy, and fountains give the courtyard a relaxed and calm aura that is perfect for nature lovers and those looking for a peaceful getaway.


About Jamnagar Airport

Jamnagar Airport (IATA code: JGA) is a domestic airport located 10 km from the city centre of Jamnagar. Owned by the Indian Air Force, the airport has a single terminal which has the capacity to handle 150 incoming and outgoing passengers.

The bus station is located 7 km from the airport, and for those travelling by their own vehicles, there is a car parking facility at the airport with ample 50-car parking. Jamnagar Airport has a variety of services available for the convenience of passengers including baggage facilities such as free trolleys and baggage wrapping, a lounge, cafeteria, and other eateries for snacks and refreshments

About Jamnagar

Jamnagar is in the state of Gujarat and was founded in 1540. The city is famous for Bandhani, or tie-dye, metalware, and embroidery. Jamnagar was modernised by Sir Edward Lutyens, the architect of New Delhi, by including gates, parks, gardens, residential areas, and more. Jamnagar has many temples, including the Sun Temple and Bala Hanuman Temple. While in Jamnagar, you can also sample famous Gujarati cuisine, including dhokla, khandvi, and fafda. There are many popular tourist attractions in Jamnagar including Darbargadh Palace, Pratap Vilas Palace, and much more. The best time to visit Jamnagar is between October to January, especially during Janmashtami, which is widely celebrated in the city.

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Bala Hanuman Temple

Bala Hanuman Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. Located on the southeast side of the Ranmal Lake in Jamnagar,  the temple also contains the idols of Lord Rama, Lakshman, and Goddess Sita. The ornate carvings and the holy chants create a soothing environment that make this one of the most significant temples in Jamnagar. 

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Dwarkadhish Temple

Located on the banks of the Gomati River, the famous Dwarkadhish Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. This 5-storey temple that was built in the Chalukya architectural style is steeped in legend and is one of the must-see places in Jamnagar. 

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Lakhota Lake

This beautiful artificial lake was built around 1820 to 1852. A popular picnic spot, Lakhota Lake is known for its beautiful and calm surroundings and is surrounded by gardens, pavilions and bastions. It is also a popular bird-watching spot and there are around 75 bird species in the area including flamingos, pelicans, and ducks.  

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Aradhana Dham

Aradhana Dham is a Jain pilgrimage site located on the banks of the Sinhan River. Spread across 40 acres, it offers a tranquil atmosphere for travellers seeking solitude. This magnificent temple is equipped with rest houses, a library, and a prayer room. The surrounding garden also adds to the charm of the temple. 

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Bet Dwarka

Bet Dwarka is a small island that can be reached via the port in Okha. According to legend, it is said to have been the home of the deity Krishna and is thus a popular tourist attraction among religious tourists. Apart from its religious and historical appeal, Bet Dwaraka is popular among tourists for water sports. 

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Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary

Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary is famous for its rich variety of birds. The sanctuary has more than 200 species of native and migratory birds including the Asian Open Bill Stork and Dalmatian Pelican. Spread across 6 sq km, this rich natural habitat is the perfect tourist destination for nature enthusiasts. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Currently, 3 flights operate from Jamnagar to Udaipur on a daily basis, which are all connecting flights. 

Air India and IndiGo have the maximum number of flights from Jamnagar to Udaipur. 

The shortest flight is a 9-hour and 5-minute IndiGo flight with a layover in New Delhi that is 6 hours and 5 minutes in duration.  

The airport in Jamnagar is also known as Govardhanpur Airport Jamnagar. The airport in Udaipur is officially known as Maharana Pratap Airport.  

 The IATA code for Jamnagar Airport is JGA, and the IATA code for Udaipur Airport is UDR.

New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and other cities are directly connected to Jamnagar via the airport.  

No. Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur is a domestic airport. 

To access the web check-in service and avoid long queues at the airport, you can visit the airline’s website. Usually, you need to include the PNR number and your departure and arrival details, along with your preferred seat and meal options. 

Maharana Pratap Airport is directly connected to major cities such as New Delhi, Kolkata, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and more. 

There are currently 19 airports in Gujarat, including the airport in Jamnagar. 

The distance from Jamnagar to the airport in Rajkot is around 90 km.  

The journey from Jamnagar to the airport in Rajkot will take around one and half hours, depending on the traffic, and if you are travelling by car. 

You can also travel by bus which will take over 2 hours. 

Rajkot Airport is located in the centre of the city at 8Q5J+HWC, Gandhigram Civil Aerodrome, Gujarat 360006. 

For the convenience of passengers, Rajkot Airport has a child care room, free trolleys, lounges, wheelchair facilities, assistance for the differently-abled, Wi-Fi, mobile charging points, ATMs, and more.