The distance between these two cities is around 0Kms, and can be reached in approximately .Hindusthan Travels operates close to 0 buses from Palakkad to Pondicherry. The first bus starts from and you can catch buses till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
You can now book online tickets from Palakkad to Pondicherry at redBus.in at affordable prices.
Palakkad, also known as Palghat, is a district in Kerala which connects the state to Tamilnadu through Palghat Gap located in the Western Ghats. The largest district in Kerala, Palakkad is bestowed with rivers, hills and paddy fields. Palakkad Fort which was built by Hyder Ali in the year 1766 is the main place of tourist interest. The fort changed many hands, from Zamorins to the British, and is known as Tipu’s Fort. The fort has a functioning jail and a Hanuman temple inside. Among the other temples, Vadakkanthara Bhagavathy temple, Meenkulathi Bhagavathi temple, Perungottukavu Bhagavathi temple, Manappullikkavu temple, and Nallekkavu Ayyappan temple are worth mentioning. Another important site is the historical Jain temple in Jainmedu where the remnants of Jainism can be found. The Dhoni Waterfalls and the Silent Valley forests are popular trekking spots for the tourists. The Malampuzha Dam and Gardens also attract a lot of tourists.
Pondicherry, also known as Puducherry is one of the union territories in India. It shares its neighborhood with Indian state Tamil Nadu. Affectionately referred as Pondy, the land has emerged as one of the most visited places in the recent years. Pondicherry is well connected to the rest of the country with roadways and railways. Pondicherry bus range connects the land to its neighboring cities and good frequency of Pondicherry bus timings is available. Pondicherry to Chennai, Pondicherry to Bangalore, Pondicherry to Mahabalipuram, and Pondicherry to Mangalore are few of the most popular Puducherry bus routes. Tamil Nadu State Corporation operates Volvo bus routes from Pondicherry to Chennai.
One very very bad experience. The Hindusthan travels bus from Palakkad to Pondicherry was scheduled to come at 9.05 pm as per ticket issued by redbus at Chandranagar Palakkad stop. Can u believe it came at 10.45 pm!! A good 1 hr 45 minutes late!! Waiting with parents who are 70 plus at that dirty mosquito ridden place was a freaking bad experience. Numerous calls to the bus support centre gave just one answer, it is in way and will be there in 5 mins. Its mistake and lack of due dilligence of redbus also, not bothered abt customer Basic requisites. Then after arriving late to catch up the bus driver flew the bus at a speed of 100 plus not bothered abt its a sleeper with people sleeping. Why do we book sleepers and pay high?? All in all never again travel with redbus or hindusthan travels again and will mk sure other friends relatives also dont.
The drop point in Pondicherry was the "The new bus stand, near Hotel Mass, opposite Hotel Sri Sapthagiri." However, the driver and the assistant took a detour and asked the passengers to get down at Hotel Karai crossing which is 2 kilometers away from the designated point. There was a big argument between the staff and 3 commuters who had booked the tickets till pondicherry bus stand. I was one of the three commuters and was traveling with my 5 years old daughter. It was very disturbing to see the apathy of the bus staff. After seeing the stiff resistance from 3 of us, the driver had to give in and he dropped us at the designated point. Given the unsafe circumstances and crime against women/girl child prevalent all over india, it becomes the responsibility of the bus driver to drop the passengers safely to the designated points, specially when they have been paid the exorbitant amount for it.
Even though it is trying to reach correct time coming very lately in the boarding point is very disappointing and the number which had been given was not picking for the information which making the passengers uncertain about their journey.