Fare starts from : Rs. 850

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Ooty and Bangalore are located at a distance of 540Kms from each other. Bangalore can be reached in about 9hrs .KPN Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Ooty and Bangalore and they have 1 buses along this route. The first KPN Travels bus starts at 08:00 PM, and you can easily access buses till 08:00 PM. Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.650, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.650.

You can now book online tickets from Ooty to Bangalore at redBus.in at affordable prices.

Distance 540 KMS
Duration 9hrs hrs
Boarding Points 1 Ooty
Ooty Bangalore

About Ooty

Ooty, short for Ootacamund, is a world famous Southern Indian hill resort in Tamil Nadu. This beautiful hill station is easily accessible via roads that make their way through the picturesque mountain range of Nilgiri. Bus is easily the most preferred way of travelling to this tourist hub owing to the convenient Ooty bus timing from various locations across South India. Many private and government buses ply to and from the adjoining states of Karnataka and Kerela, making travelling by bus easier. The Ooty bus stand, that stands on the land that once belonged to the famous Ooty Lake, offers bus services from Ooty to Bangalore, Ooty to Trivandrum, Ooty to Chennai, Ooty to Thanjavur, etc at regular intervals.

Customer Reviews of KPN Travels

  • Travelled in on 21-Aug-2016

    Bus was very jerky, and seats could be better. No space to keep bags also.

  • Travelled in on 10-Jul-2016

    The bus quality is disgusting. Disgusting bus driver. Very inefficient and rude. No proper arrangements for sleeping. Overcost. Not worth.

  • Travelled in on 18-Jun-2016

    It was a good ride, just that bus was little old. The quality of bus could have been better

  • Travelled in on 17-Apr-2016

    There were no curtains on the window side on some of the seats which was incovenient due to street lights hitting the eyes whenever bus was passing through a town or stopping over.