Explore exciting things to do in and around Gandhidham

If you’re in the Kutch district for a corporate trip, take time between business meetings to explore all the fun things to do in and around Gandhidham. Delve into the area’s arts and culture with a visit to the Kala Raksha Museum, or learn about local history at the Bhadreshwar Jain Temple and Gandhi Samadhi. For a fun day trip, drive to Bhuj to wander through the vibrant city markets and purchase colorful souvenirs. Want to see the wild side of India? Plan a trip to the Rann of Kutch or Banni Grassland to watch as wildlife like cheetahs and flamingos roam the land. When it’s time to return home, we offer airport transfer service to Bhuj Airport (BHJ).

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Banni Grassland

59.63 mi / 95.97 km from the hotel
As the largest natural grassland in India, the Banni Grassland is known for its diverse array of wildlife and for the remarkable communities that farm the land using centuries-old techniques.


18.07 mi / 29.08 km from the hotel
Known for its many ancient mosques, Jain temples, and other historical sites, Bhadreshwar is a must-see destination, filled with awe-inspiring architecture that dates back more than a thousand years.


30.38 mi / 48.89 km from the hotel
Wander through the city's maze of alleys to explore opulent palaces and temples. Allow extra time to browse bazaars filled with beautifully embroidered textiles, jewelry, and other handicrafts. If you're a history buff, visit the Kutch Museum.

Gandhi Samadhi (Raj Ghat)

2 mi / 3.22 km from the hotel
Follow the stone footpath to the eternal flame memorial built where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated on January 31, 1948.


2.18 mi / 3.5 km from the hotel
Founded in the 1950s as a refugee settlement, Gandhidham has become one of the fastest-growing cities in Gujarat, drawing numerous businesses, entertainment venues, and restaurants to its thriving community.

Great Rann of Kutch

69.07 mi / 111.15 km from the hotel
Located in the world's largest salt desert, the Rann of Kutch draws thousands of visitors each year to witness the transformation from desert to marsh during monsoon season.