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The distance between these two cities is around 625Kms, and can be reached in approximately 10hrs 20min.Sea Bird Tourist operates close to 2 buses from Satara to Bangalore. The first bus starts from 10:10 PM and you can catch buses till 11:30 PM. The lowest fare for these buses starts from Rs.800, and the maximum fare is around Rs.800.

Sea Bird Tourist provide a number of options in the type of buses like Volvo A/C Multi-Axle Sleeper, A/C Sleeper for your to choose from.

Distance 625 KMS
Duration 10hrs 25min hrs
Boarding Points 1 Satara
Satara Bangalore

About Satara

Satara is located in the western region of Maharashtra, near the union of the two great rivers Krishna and Venna. The historic city of Satara is located amidst the beauty and grandeur of nature, so if you plan to travel towards the city then set yourselves for the most mesmerizing experience of your life. Located in the central region of the state, Satara can be easily reached by the means of road, rail and air. Satara bus services cover the entire state with busses plying at frequent Satara bus timings. Satara to Pune and Satara to Mumbai routes face the busiest traffic all around the year.

Customer Reviews of Sea Bird Tourist

  • Travelled in on 26-Nov-2016

    BUS WAS NOT COME AT PICK UP POINT.ALSO THE CONTACT NUMBER PROVIDED NOT PICKED UP THE PHONE.DUE TO THAT I HAVE TO BOOK FLIGHT AS I WAS NOT GOT ANY OTHER TRAVEL AFTER LATE NIGHT.

  • Travelled in on 17-Nov-2016

    Waited for more than 2hrs for bus, bus pickup timing was 11:30pm but came at 1:40am

  • Travelled in on 11-Apr-2016

    It was d worst services i experienced till date & what to say about puncuality, pick up was at 10.10PM but bus came at 12.30 PM..in an unknown city single person how can wait till this time...horrible experience..will never book this bus o

  • Travelled in on 10-Jan-2016

    Travel was ok-ish. A bus picked me up from Surur Phata after I talked with a driver. The Bus conductor was extremely arrogant Kannadiga, but the bus driver was Ok. It seemed driver did not know clearly where the Surur Phata is ( Surur Phata is very famous by the way !). It was a nightmare to get drivers number. None of the numbers provided by RedBus (on the ticket, as well as by call center) did work. I had to call my friend to gather seabird travels numbers from the internet. Even in those numbers, many were not working.