Bhuj, the largest city in western India, is a treasure of heritage and culture. Like other cities that have escaped the tourist invasion in India, Bhuj offers hospitality traveler unprecedented in modern times.
Bhuj is known for its narrow winding streets, palaces and temples. It also has the oldest museum in Gujarat.  He not only many interesting places in the city, but places (especially villages) around it is very famous for its traditional handicrafts and embroidery.
Bhuj is located in the westernmost part of the state of Gujarat in western India. It is about 300 km from Ahmedabad, the state capital. It is located near the Gulf of Kutch, a part of the Arabian Sea. low hills overlooking the city of Bhuj.  While Bhuj is near the coast, but its climate is hot. It is because of its proximity to the Great Rann of Kutch Rann to  the north and slightly west, which is huge, sand and salt marshes dry. Bhuj experiences hot summers (April-June) and mild winters (October-February). He is whipped by the southwest monsoon during the months from June to August

How To Reach

By plane – Bhuj is connected by air to Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Indian Airlines is the way the new station. Indian Airlines and Jet Airways has daily flights from Mumbai. The air passenger Air Force Base and 3 and a half miles north of the city limits.

RAIL – Bhuj railway station 1 km north of the city. Some trains in Bhuj and you must be at Palanpur (near the Rajasthan border 391 km) and Gandhidham, which have good rail links to major cities around this area.

By road – you can also get the bus road and private buses. There is good bus service to Ahmedabad (Travel 7 hours) and other cities of Gujarat and Rajasthan. There are regular buses to villages around Bhuj.