Erode and Ananthapur are located at a distance of 505Kms from each other. Ananthapur can be reached in about 8hrs 25min.Kesineni Travels operates close to 1 buses from Erode to Ananthapur. The first bus starts from 08:35 PM and you can catch buses till 08:35 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.950, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.950.
Kesineni Travels provide a number of options in the type of buses like Volvo Non A/C Multi-Axle SemiSleeper for your to choose from.
Situated on the banks of river Kaveri, Erode takes its place in the southern region of the state Tamil Nadu. Owing to the wide expanse of textile and handloom industries in the city, it is also known as the ‘Textile City’ or the ‘Loom City’ of India. Erode is very conveniently accessible by means of road, rail, air and water. The city is connected to NH 47 and 7 major state highways, giving an upper hand to the Erode bus services. The Erode Central Bus Terminus is situated near the junction of the state highway SH 15 and Mettur road. Erode bus timings are regular and frequent to all major cities and links including Erode to Chennai, Erode to Madurai, Erode to Coimbatore and many others.
Anantapur is one of the major cities in the newly formed state of Seemandhra. It has gained a lot of importance because it is the Birth Place of Sri Satya Sai Baba, a world-renowned spiritual leader. It lies towards the westernmost part of the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh. Anantapur is a classic example of how ancient history and modern life can go hand in hand. A great pilgrim centre, Anantapur is also the largest district of the state. It is bordered on north by Kurnool, on the east by Cuddapah and Chittoor and on the south and west by the Karnataka State. Anantapur is well connected with other parts of Seemandhra as well as the neighbouring states of Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is well known for its silk trade in the present times. The Lepakshi temple and Puttaparthi Ashram of Sai Baba in Anantapur district are some of the most famous tourist attractions of South India.