Hosur and Dindigul are located at a distance of 339Kms from each other. Dindigul can be reached in about 2hrs 45min.SRS Travels operates close to 9 buses from Hosur to Dindigul. The first bus starts from 09:00 AM and you can catch buses till 11:50 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.450, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.650.
SRS Travels provide a number of options in the type of buses like Scania AC Multi Axle Semi Sleeper(2+2), Non A/C Sleeper (2+1), Non A/C Seater & Sleeper, Non A/C Semisleeper for your to choose from.
Hosur is located in the state Tamil-Nadu, on the outskirts of Karnataka. Drenched in the hues of historical paintings, sculptures and caves, the city is said to be one of the oldest cities in the state that witnessed inhabitation. The city features a pleasant weather all around the year, attracting a number of tourists to its beauty and serenity. The Hosur road forms a connecting link between the two states, therefore inhibiting a fairly good Hosur bus service. Hosur to Bangalore is a major link that is the most accessible routes at the location. Hosur bus timings provide a convenient schedule of buses that commute to and from the city throughout the entire day.
Dindigul, located in the state of Tamil Nadu, lies between the famous Palani and Sirumalai Hills. The city gets its name from a huge rock that overlooks the city and which resembles a pillow. This place was under the reign of Tipu Sultan for a long time and was later conquered by the British. Dindigul fort, built by Muthu Krishna Naicker in the 17th century, is one of the main attractions here. The site is currently maintained by the ASI. Kamarajar Lake, Berijam Lake, Kutladampatti Waterfalls and Ayyampalayam are few other beautiful places nearby. Known also as an important religious centre, some of the prominent temples are Kasi Visalakshi-Viswanathar Temple, Sri Kottai Mariamman Temple, Kamakshiamman Temple, Anjaneyar Temple, Sendraya Perumal Temple, Kurinji Andavar Temple, and Nadupatti Anjaneyar Temple. The Roman Catholic Church and the Begambur Big Mosque, both believed to be 300 years old, are other religious places here. Dindigul is accessible by a good road and rail network.
I was off loaded with my sister in a remote area at 3.50am at Dindigul. The staff travelled in the bus(not driver) behaved rudely and not dropped me at DGL Bus stand. I have decided to approach consumer forum.
One bad thing is at night 12 clock they switching on all lights while stopping in some restaurant...., if they switch on less that will be better for tired people to sleep....,
They not maintained the timing