Kanyakumari is located at a distance of 664 km from Bangalore. Known for its beaches, temples and historic significance, Kanyakumari is well connected to Bangalore by railways and road ways. However, the best way to reach Kanyakumari is by train. Take a direct train from Bangalore to Kanyakumari, a journey of about 12 hours 30 minutes. Most of the stations have basic facilities like drinking water, toilets, snack bars and eating joints.
Transport options from Bangalore to Kanyakumari
Bangalore to Kanyakumari By Train: Take a direct train from Bangalore to Kanyakumari. The best train to take is the Bangalore-Kanyakumari Island Express. This is also one of the neatest trains that travels through Kerala. The Kanyakumari Railway station is just a kilometer away from the Kanyakumari Beach. You could take an auto rickshaw to travel within the city from the station's auto stand.
Bangalore to Kanyakumari By Car: Take a car or hire a cab from Bangalore to Kanyakumari, a journey of about 8 hours. The places covered during the journey are Bangalore->Hosur->Dharmapuri->Salem->Karur->Tiruchirappallio->Dindigul->Madurai->Tirunelveli->Nagercoil->Kanyakumari. The cost of the can ranges from INR 9 to INR 48, depending upon the type of car. There are several small coffee shops and eating joints en route which serve typical South Indian dishes. Suitable for families and groups.
Worst operating travels, I did not see this kind of travels. Without check the passengers they will start bus. The bus has to reach at 7:30 Am but we reached at 10:30 Am. I did not understand is this bus for travel or transport. Simply they are saying travel, but they are doing transport. They are stop the bus 3 to 4 places and more than 30 min to 40 min. So I never refer this travel to anybody. And rough driving, its danger to you.
The schedule of the air line was just right for the trip from Bangalore to Thiruvananthapura. The flight connected with a minimum wait at the Bangalore International airport where I arrived via Lufthansa from Frankfurt. This was the most convenient flight. The flight reached on time to Thiruvananthapuram. A pre-arranged taxi (car) took us for sight seeing of Kanyakumari and other places. The return journey by Air India was equally superb. Based on the service at both airports, I would always take the Air India International flight to Mali for this destination from Bangalore. In fact, I have done so several times in the past two years.
Travelling is always a favourite thing in life. We need to travel often to rejuvenate ourselves. We started from Bangalore and our destination was Kanyakumari. We had planned this trip for whole one week. We enjoyed the best of Tamilnadu heritage throughout.
One must travel South to know the people culture who lives very close to nature. The road throughout is awesome, thanks to Tamil Nadu government. We also been to Dindigal to taste the famous Dindigal biriyani. Our next stop was at temple city ie, Madurai. It is very rich city in culture.
Then we went to Rameshwaram we we lost ourselves to the scenic beauty of the place. Its heaven on earth. Finally we went to Kanyakumari and reached our destination! One must travel to Kanyakumari atleast once in a life to see the end of the great country India.
SRS Bus was very good and we are reaching on-time with this bus and bus condition was very good with facilities. Bus maintenance was very good and enjoyed a lot in the bus with nice sleep and enjoyed the travel. Good travel with this bus and good facilities with this bus. Overall, we enjoyed a lot.
The service was good, from home to main bus stop and also to the destination, but their package of Madurai, Rameshwar and Kanyakumari is worst arrangement, hopeless!! That's it would never ever go with their packages!! but SRS Buses and staff are fine!
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