Kotdi, a village in Gujarat’s Kutch district, is surrounded by agricultural lands. The Halapar-Kotdi Road and Kotdi-Poladia Road converge at this village. Its nearby cities include Bhuj, Mandvi, Salaya and Mithapur. Its district headquarters, Kutch, is 133 km away and capital city, Gandhinagar, is 416 km from here. State Highway 6 is located near this region.
Places to Stay
There are no hotels available in Kotdi. Mandvi, which is 42 km away from this village, has affordable hotels. One such hotel is Hotel Mahir Palace (Tariff – Rs.617).
The languages spoken in Kotdi are Gujarati and Hindi.
The most celebrated festivals in Kotdi are the Kite Festival in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi in August-September and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Kotdi does not have any places of interest in the area. However, travellers to Kotdi can visit nearby attractions such as Vijay Sagar Dam (37 km), Kharod Dam (22 km), Bayat (13 km), Gun-Parshwa Tirth (11 km) and Chandasar Lake (5 km) away from Kotdi.
How to Get There
Bhuj Airport is the nearest airport located 66 km away from Kotdi.
There is no railway station in Kotdi. The nearest railway station is in Bhuj, which is 64 km away.
There are state-run and private buses that connect the village of Kotdi to neighbouring cities and towns. Private bus operators such as Jay Khodiyar run daily buses from Surat to Kotdi. You need not worry about travelling to bus counters anymore, as you can book online bus tickets through TicketGoose.com.