|Number of buses :||12 buses|
|Distance :||167 Kms|
|Starting Fare :||INR.450|
|Time taken :||06:45 hrs|
|Total operators :||7 operators|
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A number of prominent operators ply buses from kudal to kolhapur-maharashtra ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are, Fernandes Travels Krishna Varun,Neeta Tours and Travels, Atmaram Travels Sai Virbhadra
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Boarding Points in Kudal:
Dropping Points in Kolhapur(Maharashtra):
Various types of buses serve from Kudal to Kolhapur(Maharashtra) ensuring safety and comfort for travelers, a few buses services are:
As this bus was at 3:30 pm but it came on 4:00 pm and my reporting time was 3:15 pm, so it was very hectic to stand in the hot wether and under the hot sun for 45 minutes so Taj Nation Ashmat travels was my worst experince in my life
Kolhapur is a city in the state of Maharastra, widely renowned for its Kolhapuri chappals, textiles and traditional jewellery. The city of Kolhapur holds its own charms with its cultures and traditions, which are happily co-existent with modern customs, thereby, giving the city a unique charm, that allure tourists from all corners of the country. There is plenty to see and do in the region. Few of the popular tourists attractions of the region include the Mahalakshmi Temple, New Palace, Rankala Lake, Shivaji University, Temlabai mandir and much more. Once in Kolhapur, tourists should make a point to gorge on the mouth-watering snack called 'misal'.