The airport at Jamnagar, the parent district of Dwarka is owned by the Air Force of India. It can serve 800 passengers every day and can park two large aircraft at a time. At present, it is connected to Mumbai by Air India. Tourists can choose the Mumbai route if they want to omit the road journey from their trip to Dwarka. Another option would be to reach the airport at Ahmedabad, which has a much better connectivity nationally and internationally and then take a rail or road trip to Dwarka.
Nearest Airport: Jamnagar domestic airport, which is 131 km from Dwarka.
Safety Suggestion: By and large, the deterrents to an air journey i.e. rain, storms, fog, etc. hardly affect flights at Jamnagar. You only need to be careful about the city from where your flight originates.
Gujarat state transport corporation provides buses from Dwarka to Surat, Rajkot, and Ahmedabad. Besides, private operators are present at the bus station who run air-conditioned, double-decker and sleeper buses.
Journey Suggestion: Whatever be the distance of the journey, you can be assured of a comfortable ride because of the excellent roads in Gujarat.
A metre gauge track that runs from Viramgam to Okha runs through Dwarka station. The broad gauge railway line that starts from Ahmedabad passes through Dwarka railway station 137 kilometres after Jamnagar and ends at Okha. Jamnagar Railway Station offers train services to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Rajkot.
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