|Number of buses :||22 buses|
|Distance :||571 Kms|
|Starting Fare :||INR.800|
|Time taken :||12:15 hrs|
|Total operators :||8 operators|
Long journey by bus from kumta to pune is made effortless by redBus, one of the eminent bus ticketing platform fulfilling most of the travel requirements. Numerous operators run their buses in this route creating ample amount of convenience for many people in India. Secured online ticket reservation process and easy booking techniques help every traveler to undergo smooth booking.
A number of prominent operators ply buses from kumta to pune ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are, Mookambika Travels,Canara Pinto Travels,Vishal Travels
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Various types of buses serve from Kumta to Pune ensuring safety and comfort for travelers, a few buses services are:
On pick up time srs bus staffs are not call to me. Driver leave to pick up me. I call bus driver & he stop the bus 2 km long distance.. it was worst experience..
Atleast they are not contacting and not providing contactable number. Came 1.5hrs late and not contact for came late and staff also behaving very rudely kindly change the process
Lying in the Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka is the coastal town of Kumta. It lies on the Arabian Sea coast and is a small thriving Coastal city. The city is famous for its cashew, betel nut, coconut and banana plantations. It has many temples too. Some of the ancient temples are Sri Kumbeshwar, Shankar Narayan and Shantika Parmeshwari. The sandalwood crafts that are made by local artisans are a speciality of this place.
The Maharashtra city of Pune is the second largest city of the state and is situated around 170 km away from Mumbai. Pune is known to have a rich history and is also the eighth largest metropolitan city of the country. The city was once the main power centre of the Maratha Empire. In India’s educational sphere, Pune is a big name which led to it being named the “Oxford of the East”. This part of the country is developing by the minute and is currently quite popular as an important industrial hub as well. Some tourist locations recommended to check out in the region are Dagadusheth Halwai Ganapati Temple, Osho Commune International, Sinhagad Fort and Shaniwar Wada.