The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Sea Bird Tourist is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Kudal and Mumbai and they have 0 buses along this route. The first bus starts from and you can catch buses till . The lowest fare for these buses starts from Rs.0, and the maximum fare is around Rs.0.
You can now book online tickets from Kudal to Mumbai at redBus.in at affordable prices.
Kudal is a village located in the Satara district, in Maharashtra. This village is surrounded by a river named Niranjana (also known as Kudali). The major attraction of the place is a temple called ‘Pimpleshwar’ located at the banks of the river. The Kudal village is known for its natural beauty full of greenery. Agriculture is the main activity of the people here. Kudal provides a closer view of the historic Vairatgad Fort. Kudal houses two dams, which are located in Mahu and Hatgeghar area. Kudal enjoys great connectivity with various parts of Maharashtra by means of road. The National Highway 4 connects Kudal to Panchwad. Apart from this, several important towns and tourist places like Mahabaleswar, Satara, Panchgani, Wai and Chiplun are located near to Kudal. They enjoy great road connectivity to Kudal. Regular buses are available to towns like Tarkarli, Malvan, Mumbai, Ratnagiri, Pune, Raigad and Satara among others.
Mumbai, earlier known as Bombay, is the capital of the State of Maharashtra. Since most of the countries big financial institutions (like RBI, Stock Exchange and so on) is located it Mumbai, it is also considered as the financial capital of India. Mumbai is one of the most crowded cities of the country as well as the world. It ranks fifth in the list of the most densely populated cities of the world. Nonetheless, Mumbai welcomes people from all walks of life irrespective of their backgrounds. The British developed what was a cluster of seven islands into the bustling city called Mumbai. It was also under the British rule that the place attained importance and further developed into a major financial and commercial hub of the country. Now, Mumbai is often called the City that never sleeps, owing to the commercial and financial activities that the city witnesses even during the night times.