Mumbai to Yavatmal Bus

Mumbai to Yavatmal Bus Service

Avg. Bus Duration: 18 hours 46 mins
Buses depart from: Mumbai
Bus arrives in: Yavatmal
Distance: 699 km
Cheapest Bus Ticket: INR 1200
Earliest Bus: 15:00
Last Bus: 17:10
Daily Bus Services: 4
Bus Companies: 4

Mumbai to Yavatmal Bus Timings & Fare

Bus OperatorFirst BusLast BusDuration
Pooja Travels
Chintamani Travels
Chanakya Travels
Dolphin travel house

Bus from Mumbai to Yavatmal

The journey from Mumbai to Yavatmal is smoothly covered by a bus in 17 hours. The time to travel is dependent on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions. There are operators running their buses between Mumbai to Yavatmal bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. All buses are driven by experienced drivers ensuring safety during journey.

Operators Serving on this Route

A number of prominent operators ply buses from Mumbai to Yavatmal ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering various kinds of bus services are:

Top Bus Operator Images

Dolphin  travel  house Bus-Front Image
Chanakya Travels Bus-Front Image
DNR Express Bus-Front Image
Pooja Travels Bus-Front Image
Chintamani Travels Bus-Front Image
Dolphin  travel  house Bus-Front Image
Chanakya Travels Bus-Front Image
DNR Express Bus-Front Image
Pooja Travels Bus-Front Image
Chintamani Travels Bus-Front Image


Are sleeper buses from Mumbai to Yavatmal available?
Many bus operators on the route from Mumbai to Yavatmal offer sleeper buses. While booking Mumbai to Yavatmal buses, you can filter out the sleeper buses and book a bus that suits your needs.
How can I go from Mumbai to Yavatmal?
Buses are the best modes of transportation for traveling from Mumbai to Yavatmal . You can book a bus ticket from Mumbai to Yavatmal from the comfort of your home by simply logging on to redBus website or app, entering Mumbai and Yavatmal as your source and destination respectively, and selecting the most suitable bus available from the list.
Can I reschedule my Mumbai to Yavatmal bus ticket?
Yes, redBus makes cancelling or rescheduling the bus tickets extremely easy for passengers. You can reschedule your Mumbai to Yavatmal bus ticket by entering the ticket details and choosing a future date of traveling. Confirm the rescheduled date of travel and pay the difference amount for the ticket. Disclaimer: Please note that rescheduling the tickets is subject to bus operator policy. One can check the availability of rescheduling the tickets of the respective bus operator while booking tickets online.
How much time does it take to reach Yavatmal from Mumbai by bus?
The total bus duration taken on Mumbai to Yavatmal buses depends upon the bus operators, the road route they follow, and the break duration they take. While booking Mumbai to Yavatmal buses on redBus, one can see the total time taken by each bus operator in the detail and choose accordingly.

About Mumbai

Sixth among the world’s top ten commercial centers, Mumbai generates 5% of India"s GDP. Apart from having leading financial Institutions and many business conglomerates it also is the headquarter of Indian Entertainment Industry, with bollywood stars residing there which is also an attraction for tourists. Business opportunities, as well as the potential for a higher standard of living, attract migrants and it’s rightly called “The City of Dreams”. Though the best time to visit is between November and February, tourists visit all the year round .Mumbai"s culture offers a cosmopolitan lifestyle with a variety of food, entertainment and the city rarely sleeps at night.

Mumbai to Yavatmal Bus Types

Various types of buses serving passengers from Mumbai to Yavatmal ensuring safety and comfort. A few bus services are:

About Yavatmal

Yavatmal is a city in Maharashtra. The name Yavatmal has been derived from the Yavat mountain of Maharashtra. Yavatmal is also known as the cotton city as because it is one of the cotton growing districts of Maharashtra. Cotton is the important cash crop of the place and maximum cultivators of the city are under the process of cotton cultivation. Maharashtra is the state that produces almost one – third amount of cotton. The major producer of cotton in Maharashtra is Yavatmal.