SRE Travels is one of the leading tours and travels companies in India. SRE Travels specialises in operations in south India. Established in 1954, SRE Travels owns more than 34 buses that run across 26 routes on a day to day basis.
SRE Travels Bus Type
SRE Travels owns different types of buses that gives travellers the option choose their bus type as per their convenience and budget. SRE Travels' fleet includes Volvo AC coaches, Volvo AC sleeper coaches, Volvo AC coaches, AC sleeper coaches, AC coaches, non-AC sleeper coaches, non-AC coaches and semi-sleeper coaches.
SRE Travels Online Booking
SRE Travels offers availability of SRE Travels bus ticket booking facility both online and offline. SRE Travels has partnered with different online portals for managing their ticket booking system. SRE Travels online booking allows travellers to book bus tickets anytime and from anywhere.
Popular Routes of SRE Travels
Popular routes of SRE Travels are Chitradurga - Bangalore, Bangalore - Davangere, Bangalore - Coimbatore, Bangalore - Salem, Coimbatore - Davangere, Salem - Chitradurga, Chitradurga - Hyderabad, Chitradurga - Kurnool, Chitradurga - Coimbatore and Chitradurga - Salem.
SRE Travels are having non-AC buses boarding point is bus stand outside boarding time is very good. Staff behaviour is good. Bus started at 5 PM in C. Durga and night dinner stop timing is 10. PM at Bangalore this is not good ... That travels bus stop there is no hygiene food for that place.
Around 3000 in package. Actually i was travelled from Davangere to Bangalore then I took bus for Tirupati best option I suggest that book package by tour and travels. I advice to traveller go there by evening and rest there and take morning bus for Thirumala.
Our whole journey is very nice and it is very luxurious and the whole ride is awesome. It is very punctual on time and is the soul of the place and is called as the heaven of India. When I visited this place in the last year all my dreams came true.
I travelled to Chitradurga (CTA) using SRE Travel services. This was a non AC bus and was the only direct mode of transport to CTA, it looked tidy, a bit old in condition and quite noisy. It started at 5:30 pm at Kachiguda and reached CTA by morning 6:30 am. Though the distance is around 500 km, it was a tiresome travel of 13 odd hours where the bus stopped quite often for loading and unloading transport goods.
There are no charging points and the only place you can charge is near Jadcherla where they stop for a dinner break. No food/water service either.
My advice for travellers is to consider alternate travel routes.
1. Via Bellary- Board a train till Bellary and there on take up local bus to CTA (2-3 hrs)
2. Via Bengaluru- a)Travel overnight by train till SBC Majestic Bangalore and board AC Airavat bus to CTA that goes on the Pune express highway (3-4 hrs from Majestic). b) Travel by AC bus (sleeper) till Majestic and board into AC bus. c) Take a flight and take up an airport shuttle to Majestic and board AC bus.
3. Via Davanagere- Take SRE AC bus till Davanagere, though not a sleeper as it's quiet comfy and from DVG take a local bus (1-2 hr to CTA).
It all depends on why and with whom you are travelling?
Before my marriage, I travelled by direct non AC SRE bus to CTA.
After marriage, I travelled via Bangalore/Bellary AC sleeper bus and there by travelled by local buses.
After my baby was born, I preferred travelling by flight to Bengaluru and there on took Airavat AC bus.
My advice is - carry your own blanket and keep the mobile charged well. SRE bus sucks but it is the last alternative if all other modes are not feasible.