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Pune to Bhavnagar Flights

Need to book flights from Pune to Bhavnagar? Then, you have landed on the right page! Whether it is a Pune to Bhavnagar flight or a Bhavnagar to Pune return flight, Adani One's platform will provide you with a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight. Booking flight tickets is now exceptionally easy. Just follow the steps on Adani One's and enjoy a flight from Pune to Bhavnagar hassle-free. You can choose the most convenient flights with the best Pune to Bhavnagar ticket prices and cashback offers.

Only one regular flight operates from Pune to Bhavnagar at the moment. It is a direct flight and takes a little more than an hour to reach Bhavnagar from Pune. Book your tickets now on Adani One's and avail the best deals on flight fares. If you also have a return date in mind for coming back to Pune from Bhavnagar, take advantage of the special deals and discounts on round-trip bookings with Adani One's.

Flights from Pune to Bhavnagar


About Bhavnagar Airport

Bhavnagar Airport (IATA: BHU, ICAO: VABV) is located at a distance of about 9 km from Bhavnagar, Gujarat. Initially established as a private airport for special guests, it was later turned into a domestic airport by the Airports Authority of India with a capacity to accommodate 100 passengers per hour. It has two terminals, one for domestic flights and another for cargo and freight. The Bhavnagar Airport primarily provides flights between Bhavnagar and major cities like Mumbai, Pune, and Chennai.

As of now, SpiceJet is the primary airline that operates from Bhavnagar Airport. The airport offers several facilities such as information counters, free trolleys, lounges, lost & found service, ATMs, duty-free stores, operational parking, restaurants, etc. You can easily reach the airport by taking a bus, auto-rickshaw, or taxi. Car rental services can also be availed from the airport. Bhavnagar Airport was also awarded the Best Domestic Airport Award by the Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI).

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About Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar is a former princely state situated in Gujarat. Located on the western shore of the Gulf of Khambhat, Bhavnagar was founded by Maharaja Bhavsinghji in 1747. Over the years, it has become an industrial centre and is home to several spinning and weaving mills, brick factories, sawmills, and chemical plants. Shipbuilding, ship-breaking, marine chemicals, and salt are the major economic contributors of Bhavnagar due to its location on the Arabian Sea. The quaint portside city chiefly gets a lot of business tourists.

Though it is a small city, there are numerous attractive sites, from religious places to palaces. The city is built in a way that serves the people well and has all the amenities and facilities that make it extremely accessible for the people. Bhavnagar is considered to be the cultural capital of Saurashtra, and the fact is evidenced by the handicrafts and art-loving people. Gujarati is the primary language spoken in Bhavnagar, but English is also quite commonly spoken and understood.

There are many tourist places in Bhavnagar that you can visit with your friends and family. From beautiful historical monuments to parks and museums, there is something for everyone in the city of Bhavnagar. Bhavnagar is one of the most visited cities in Gujarat due to its cleanliness and maintenance. It is well-connected by air, rail, and road. You can opt for any mode of transport to reach Bhavnagar and spend your days exploring the beautiful city.

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Velavadar Blackbuck National Park

Located about 47 km away from Bhavnagar, the famous Velavadar Blackbuck National Park (also known as Bhavnagar National Park) houses a huge number of blackbucks. Apart from the blackbucks, there is also other wildlife to be found here, including wolves and about 120 different bird species. It was first established in 1976 as a protected area for wildlife conservation.

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Gaurishankar Lake  

A magnificent lake nestling amidst the mountains, the famous Gaurshankar lake is a famous picnic spot in Bhavnagar. It was established as a water reservoir near Victoria Park in 1872. Sitting by the lake with your feet in the ice-cold water is truly a refreshing feeling. The sun rays peeking from the hills add more to the overall experience.  

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Nilambag Palace   

Constructed in 1859, the famous Nilambag Palace has been converted into a world-class heritage hotel. The architectural style of the palace is a seamless mix of western and Indian culture of sheer excellence. All the amenities required for a comfortable stay are available here. 

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Takhteshwar Temple 

Located on the top of a hillock, the famous Takhteshwar temple is situated near the railway station in Bhavnagar. This beautiful temple holds a lot of significance for Hindu devotees, making it one of the most visited temples in the city. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Shiva. This Gujarati-style structure is completely made of marble and has 18 carved pillars. 

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Victoria Park 

Also known as the green lung of Bhavnagar, Victoria Park is a famous tourist destination situated around 4 km away from the Bhavnagar city centre. This artificial park was opened on May 24, 1888, and since then, it has been a favourite spot for locals as well as tourists.  

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Water Lock Gate  

Another famous tourist spot in Bhavnagar is the famous Water Lock Gate situated in the city dockyard. It is believed that this gate is more than a century old. If you're looking to visit this magnificent place, you will need to take special permission.  


About Pune Airport

Pune International Airport (IATA: PNQ, ICAO: VAPO) is located in Lohegaon, nearly 10 km away from the city of Pune in Maharashtra. The airport has a long military history, and now is a civil enclave managed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). It is one of the major aviation hubs in India and is connected to major cities in the country and abroad via airlines like Lufthansa, Air India, SpiceJet, AirAsia, and IndiGo.

It has a single integrated terminal that handles both domestic and international operations. The airport is famous for its hygiene practices and receives worldwide acclaim. Services such as Wi-Fi, ATMs, baggage services, duty-free shopping, assistance services, lounges, medical assistance, and luggage wrapping are available at the airport. As it is a defence airport, it follows strict security rules.

The airport can be accessed from the city of Pune and nearby regions by buses and taxis. Car rental services are also available from the airport.

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About Pune

Pune is Maharashtra's second-largest city after Mumbai. The Sahyadri Mountains surround the beautiful city of Pune. From breathtaking sunset points to mouth-watering food, it has everything. It is also considered India's IT and automobile hub. A large number of educational institutions and job opportunities have given the city the title the ‘Oxford of the East’. There has been a slew of other nicknames given to the city like ‘Queen of the Deccan’ and ‘Cultural capital of Maharashtra’. The city has witnessed many historical moments, as it has been under the power of different rules, like the Marathas, the Mughals, and the British.

The rich culture, the architecture from the times of Peshwa, and music and theatre make the city popular among tourists. Pune is a fusion of tradition and modernisation and is globally known for its rich cultural legacy and heritage. The city's mild climate and its diverse flora and fauna make it an attractive tourist destination. The city has a number of places worth visiting, ranging from historical monuments to natural spots.

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Aga Khan Palace 

The famous Aga Khan Palace is known globally for its intricate architecture and historical significance. Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III built this magnificent palace in 1892 to help the famine-affected people of the region. It was also a prison during the British era and was used to imprison some national leaders. Presently, the palace has headquartered the very famous Gandhi National memorial society. Khadi-making is also done here.

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Lal Mahal

Constructed in the early 16th century, the place is believed to be the childhood home of the great Chhatrapati Shivaji. It is also located close to the very popular Shaniwar Wada. Over the years, Lal Mahal has evolved as a major tourist destination. This red structure with the relics of history provides an enthralling experience to visitors.

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Parvati Temple 

In ancient times, the Parvati temple was believed to be the private shrine of Peshwas; however, today, the place is open to all devotees and is believed to hold great spiritual powers. The temple was built in the 17th century by Balaji Baji Rao on a hillock from where you can get one of the city's best views.

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Pune Okayama Friendship Garden 

Pune Okayama Friendship Garden is a popular tourist spot as it is the largest and only Japanese garden located outside Japan. This is mostly called Pu. La. Deshpande Udyan by locals. The unique architecture of this place offers a clear representation of the Indo-Japanese relationship. If you love to sit in the lap of nature, this place is a paradise.

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Shaniwar Wada Palace 

The famous Shaniwar Wada palace, constructed by Bajirao I in 1730, is believed to be the former house of Peshwas. The Shaniwar Wada Palace was once a stately mansion and has now transformed into a popular tourist place. Every year thousands of tourists visit the place to witness the enthralling palace and unfold the pages of history.

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Sinhagad Fort 

Singagad Fort is one of the most prominent tourist destinations of Pune, located 30 km away from the city centre. Since it is constructed at the top of a cliff, the view is magnificent. Locals also call it the fort of the lion, the translation of the name Sinhagad. Apart from being a place for nature lovers, this place holds a lot of historical significance, making it one of the best places to visit in Pune.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can buy items such as clothes, crafts, woodwork and other things from Bhavnagar.

The IATA code for the Pune International Airport is PNQ, and for Bhavnagar it is BHU.

Currently, SpiceJet operates the most flights on the Pune to Bhavnagar route.

Apart from traditional Gujarati food, Fafadiya Ganthiya, Pav Ganthiya and Bateta Bhungala are particularly famous in Bhavnagar.

May is the hottest month in Bhavnagar, with summer lasting two months. Monsoons are mostly cloudy and windy. The best time to visit is from late February to mid-April and mid-October to late November.

Yes, there are duty-free shops at Pune International Airport, and they mostly sell cosmetics, chocolates, and perfumes.

The distance between the Pune Airport and the city centre is only about 4 km. The places are well-connected with all modes of transportation. The best way to cover the distance is to travel via auto-rickshaws and taxis.

Yes, Osho Ashram remains open to the public between 6:00 am to 10:30 pm.

    • Nishkalang Mahadev Temple
    • Victoria Park
    • Velavadar Blackbuck National Park
    • Takhteshwar Temple

The aerial distance between Pune to Bhavnagar is 402 km.

The best time to travel to Bhavnagar is from October to March. The winter season is when the temperature remains cooler and is pleasant for travelling.

The best time to visit Pune is between October to March.

The top 2 hotels in Pune are JW Marriott Hotel, Pune and Radisson Blu Hotel, Pune.

    • Shaniwar Wada Palace
    • Aga Khan Palace
    • Pune Okayama Friendship Garden
    • Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park
    • National War Museum
    • Osho Ashram
    • Vetal Tekdi

The Aga Khan Palace is open to tourists between 9:00 am and 5:30 pm all days of the week.
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Airport Information

Bhavnagar Airport Road, Subhashnagar, Bhavnagar, Gujarat 364001

Pune New Airport Rd, Pune International Airport Area, Lohegaon, Pune, Maharashtra 411032