|Number of buses :||4 buses|
|Distance :||638 km|
|Starting Fare :||INR.900|
|Time taken :||11:00 hrs|
|Total operators :||2 operators|
Long journey by bus from shimoga 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 shimoga to pune ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are, VRL Travels,SRS Travels
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Various types of buses serve from Shimoga to Pune ensuring safety and comfort for travelers, a few buses services are:
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Shimoga also known as Shivamogga in Kannada is a beautiful city, blessed with rich natural beauty. Located in the Shivamogga district of Karnataka, the city serves as a gateway for the Western Ghat region and is as such lovingly referred to as the ‘Capital of Malnad’ and also the 'Gateway of Malnad'. The plush locales of Shimoga offer the perfect destination to kick back and relax and indulge in such activities like nature photography, trek, hike, etc. Besides these activities there’s not much to see and do in the city itself but, there are plenty of enchanting attractions located in close proximity of the city like the Jog Falls, Mandagadde Bird Sanctuary and much more.
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.