The distance between these two cities is around 345Kms, and can be reached in approximately 5hrs 45min.KPN Travels is one of the major bus operators that runs buses between Pollachi and Tirunelveli and they have 1 buses along this route. The first KPN Travels bus starts at 10:15 PM, and you can easily access buses till 10:15 PM. The KPN Travels buses have a minimum bus fare starting from Rs.450, and the maximum bus fare is Rs.450.
You can now book online tickets from Pollachi to Tirunelveli at redBus.in at affordable prices.
Pollachi, earlier called porul achi is a place of blessed with natural wealth. It is a small town in Coimbatore district of Tamil Nadu in South India. The jaggery bazaar of Pollachi is largest in Asia and the cattle market is the biggest in southern India. Many tourist attractions like the like Azhiyar dam, Nirar dam, Amaravathi dam, Parambikkulam lie near Pollachi. This commercial center also has many other tourist attractions like wild life sanctuaries, pilgrim centres and national parks. The Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as the Indira Gandhi National Park, TopSlip, Alagunachi Amman Temple, Subramania Swamy Thirukoil, Maasaniamman Thirukoil and Ambarampalayam Dargah also called as Chandsha Vali Allah Dargah are some of the major places of tourist interest located in the neighbourhood of Pollachi. Pollachi enjoys pleasant weather conditions and is one of the most prominent tourist locations of Tamil Nadu. The town is well connected with the neighbouring towns and cities and has an excellent network of bus transport connecting it to the various parts of the state as well as neighbouring states. Frequent buses are available to cities like Coimbatore, Ooty and Palani Hills from Pollachi. Road transport is the ideal mode to reach Pollachi from nearby towns.
Tirunelveli, which is also known as Nellai is a famous city in Tamil Nadu. This city was named Tinnevelly by the British. Located at a distance of about 700 km to the south of Chennai, Tirunelveli is said to be one of the earliest settlements in the state. Placed along the western bank of River Thamirabarani, Tirunelveli has a twin city called Palayamkottai, which is located on the eastern bank of the river. The city was ruled by various dynasties and the Pandyas were the main rulers. The Polygar war between Palaiyakkarars led by Veerapandiya Kattabomman and the British army was fought within the borders of this city. An industrial town in modern times, there is no dearth of historical monuments in Tirunelveli. The Nellaiappar Temple is one of the most prominent attractions here. Being an prominent educational hub of South India, Tirunelveli enjoys good connectivity with other towns and cities nearby.