Aurangabad and Akola are located at a distance of 320Kms from each other. Akola can be reached in about 5hrs .Humsafar Travels operates close to 2 buses from Aurangabad to Akola. The first Humsafar Travels bus starts at 07:30 PM, and you can easily access buses till 11:00 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.500, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.600.
Humsafar Travels provide a number of options in the type of buses like A/C Sleeper for your to choose from.
Aurangabad named after Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb is one of the popular historical cities in Maharashtra. Beholding rich history on one hand and charming monuments and caves on the other hand, Aurangabad attracts host of traffic to the land every year. Aurangabad is well connected to the rest of the world through all major modes of transportation including road, rail and airways. Aurangabad bus timings and range is operated and run by Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC). National highways connect the city to its neighboring cities. Aurangabad to Jalna, Aurangabad to Pune, Aurangabad to Ahmednagar, Aurangabad to Nagpur, Aurangabad to Mumbai etc. are few of the most popular Aurangabad bus routes. Also range of city buses operates across the city.
Situated in the state of Maharashtra, Akola is better known as the cotton city of India. Located at a distance of approximately 600 km from Mumbai, Akola is an industrial hub. Akola, together with Berar, was part of the ancient kingdom of Vidarbha which has seen many glorious dynasties like the Mauryans, the Chalukyas, the Satvahana, the Rashtrakuta and the Yadavas, Bahmani Sultanates, Marathas and the Nizams. The numerous forts, including the Narnala Fort, Akot Fort and Akola Fort, stand testimony to its many rulers. Akola is a religious center. A few of the important temples around are Raj Rajeshwar Temple, Birla Mandir, Jain Temple, Shreenath Dutta Mandir and Swami Samarth Temple. Akola plays host to the Marathi Sahitya Sammelan, a significant conference on Marathi Literature, twice a year. Akola lies bordered by the Melghat Hills and forests and has the Purna River flowing through it. Akola is well connected by road, rail and air.
It really feels sorry to tell u that through my aurangabad-akola journey..the behaviour of the driver and helper(named ejaj) was very rude...i asked the helper to drop me at "luxury bus stand" but he left me unnoticed after calling him twice..and then he told me very angreely "muze nahi pata luxury bus stand etc.....gaadi vahi rukegi jaha hamesha rukti hai...and at the end of journey the stupid driver tried to drop me off at an unkwown place telling me that yahi hai luxury bus stand..ap yahan utar jaayiye... i and fellow passangers told him that this is not the said spot. the staff until the boarding at aurangabad is ok..but both these men troubled and annoyed me a lot.especially that man called ejaj..by the way the bus dropped me on time..this is the only positive point i wud like to mention..