The journey from Hyderabad to Kumta is smoothly covered by a bus in 12:15 hours. The time to travel is dependant on India’s traffic, roads and climatic conditions.There are operators running their buses between Hyderabad to Kumta bringing necessary travel convenience for several people in India. Usually, 2 buses are plying from Hyderabad to Kumta. All buses are driven by proficient drivers ensuring safety during journey If you are also looking for return checkout, please ensure to check Kumta to Hyderabad Bus Tickets.
Operators Serving on this Route
A number of prominent operators ply buses from Hyderabad to Kumta ensuring punctuality and safety for its passengers. Major operators offering disparate kinds of bus services are :
Boarding Points in Hyderabad
Most of the buses pass through various boarding terminals in the route, a few of the many popular points are :
L.B Nagar (Van Pickup)
Kothapet (Pickup Van)
Dilsukhnagar (Pickup Van)
Dropping Points in Kumta
Most of the buses stop at several drop points in the route, a few of the many popular ones are :
KUMTA -SANMAN HOTEL-(M)+919342555335
Hyderabad to Kumta Bus Types
Various types of buses serve from Hyderabad to Kumta, ensuring safety and comfort for travellers, a few buses services are :
Volvo A/C -Multi Axle Semi sleeper (2+2)
Volvo A/C Multi Axle Semi Sleeper (2+2)
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Driver left me far from my destination and that too when i asked him that how much is time left in kumta and i reminded
The condition of the bus was good, but inside at the time of departure there were mosquitoes which troubled for good 2 hours in journey.There is strong smell of cabin freshener, which makes one uncomfortable, if not used to it.
The road is very bad.forget about sleeping.it is difficult to sit rather and enjoy skating due to sudden breks due to humps.helpless the drivers.better avoid bus journey till road condition improves.
The driver was rash in driving. the bus was moving up and down.. till mid night one o clock people couldn't sleep..
Kindly tell the bus drivers to drive slowly when there are speed brakers, big holes and damages on the road
It was a Volvo multi axle that felt like a bullock cart. I felt every pothole on NH 17. The ride was uncomfortable. The staff was rude. Such service is unacceptable when one is going for a holiday. I pay extra for comfort not spend a weekend feeling sleep deprived and sore from the ride. This was a very bad experience and if possible add other service providers so that I can use them instead. The return journey was no better either - a Horrible ride
Bus came 15 min earlier than planned pickup time and left immediately without waiting or calling. Had to go by self to c catch the bus after 3 stops, though we were at our pickup point 10 min earlier than planned pickup time. When confronted with the facts the bus staff had no answer. Height of carelessness. Have to travel by same bus as I have no other options...
Known as the 'City of Nawabs', Hyderabad is the 500 year old capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The region is particularly known for its richness in culture and tradition and has recently earned the title of one of the fastest growing IT hubs of India, which is also why sometimes the city is referred to as 'Cyberabad'. The city was originally named Bhagyanagar, after the Sultan’s wife, Bhagamathi. Hyderabad is located on the Deccan Plateau which explains why most of its land is rocky in nature. A few places tourists must visit if in the city are Lumbini Park, Ramoji Film City, NTR Garden, Osman Sagar Lake and Mecca Masjid.
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.