Mumbai is located at a distance of 241 km from Shirdi. Mumbai is a famous as the commercial city of India. It is capital city of Maharashtra state. Noted worldwide as a pilgrimage site owing to the Sai Temple, Shirdi is well-linked to Mumbai by road, train and flight. However, the best way to reach Shirdi from Mumbai is by road. It almost takes around 5 hours by car. The places covered during the journey from Shirdi to Mumbai are Shirdi->Nasik -> Khardi-> Padgha -> Thane -> Mumbai. On the way, there are numerous ATMs, hospitals and petrol pumps. You can also find several restaurants like Pizza Hut, Cafe Maaz, Zayka'z Grill, Jashan and Indian Swad are also present en route.
Transport options from Shirdi to Mumbai
Shirdi to Mumbai By Car: To reach Mumbai from Shirdi, roadway is the best way. You can hire a cab or rent a car to drive down to Shirdi directly. It is almost takes around 5 hours. Approximate cost of particular cab per kilometre ranges between INR 9 and 13 and it also varies as per the type of the cab hired. Ideal for families with kids and senior citizens, this mode is also appropriate for group.
Shirdi to Mumbai By Bus: There are various bus services available from Shirdi to Mumbai. It is suitable for individual travellers and groups of friends.
The Expressways were just wow. Loved travelling from Shirdi to Mumbai. Superb experience. Scenic beauty were present throughout the journey. It took around 6 hours to reach Mumbai from Shirdi. The journey was very comfortable. We travelled by a Tavera car.
Hi all, I went on a small trip with my friend on 04/01/2014. Bus timing was impeccable and journey stop was also timely. It was a nice and comfortable experience. Seats were also pretty good. Overall 8/10 experience. We reached our destination (Mumbai) before time which was also very pleasant.
Shirdi is about 280 km from Mumbai. We left in the afternoon and reached there in 5 hrs. Roads are fine, getting out of Mumbai is what takes time. Once on the Eastern express highway things are better. There are 3 tolls that you would cross, post the last one there is a bypass from Gothi Village which cuts across and takes you to Shirdi, you need not go thru Nashik. This road for the first 10 to 15 km was not good, had a rough ride. Then had a good run for about 60 km and the last 10 km is bad as well. I would recommend to go via Nashik, it would be 30 odd km or more but a better ride. I came back via Nashik. Had lunch at Panchavati Hotel and then moved on to the highway back to Mumbai. Return trip took 6 hrs due to the 1 hr halt at Nashik.
I went with my family and the staff was friendly. They only halt at hotels where the bus services have a tie up so you are forced to take their services. The food is also expensive. Overall the trip to Shirdi was good.
At Shirdi Neeta have their own hotels for accommodation but you can get better options in terms of cost and quality.
For more peaceful zone you need to go more up North or down South. Lot of water sport activities here like jet skiing, para sailing etc.
Worst service I could ever see. They are only slaves to A/c bus passenger. Two seater passenger are treated of no value. I booked my ticket from Andheri Besleri to Shirdi in 2x2 non A/c seater, there was no bus the AC sleeper came to receive us and paying extra.
We booked seat in it and reached Shirdi, the bus was to reach 5.00 Am we reached 8.00 Am. Hotel where they halted was worst no good food at all Returning was horrible. We booked return ticket I have previously travelled by Neeta bus and trust me they dropped me at Andheri since my pick-up was Andheri. Dolphin Travels are pure cheaters. After boarding the bus they stopped at only one place for tea and breakfast. Can you imagine a trip of 6 hours where you stop only one halt people must wear diapers and go. There when I asked them how much time will it take to reach Andheri. He says this bus is only till Dadar. When I called up the owner at night 10.30 Pm you are going to leave us at Dadar and then you expect us to travel our home at-least leave nearby.
Trust me I want to abuse them and specially slap the owner but this was the worst service I could ever get in my life. I suggest rather then travelling from this bus you travel from BEST buses. Please never ever prefer them.
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