Onam, the grand festival celebrated predominantly in South India is knocking at the door and people are getting ready to celebrate it with pomp, glory, and grandeur. And just a few days before Onam, the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) made the announcement of starting 32 special bus services. These 32 buses by KSRTC will take passengers to Kerala from Bengaluru.
KSRTC To Operate Special Buses. Book Your Tickets Now
KSRTC launched 32 buses for Onam. Passengers can travel to different places in Kerala from the Karnataka capital. Ticket bookings for these special buses have started already. 22 out of these 32 special buses have a seating capacity of only 25 passengers each. So if you also want to return to your home in Kerala from Bengaluru during Onam celebrations, make sure you book your ticket ASAP.
The tickets for regular buses between these two places are completely sold out from 23 August to 27 August. This is why the decision to initiate special bus services came into action, according to a report by India Posts English. These 22 buses will start their journey on 25 August.
The destinations of these special buses are:
Along with these KSRTC buses from Bengaluru to Kerala, there will be a special bus from Mysuru to Ernakulam as well.
Further Details About The Bus Services:
The special buses of KSRTC will start their journey from Shantinagar on 25 August. The time to depart is 8:14 PM and 8:31 PM. By 7 AM on the next day, the buses will reach Alappuzha in Kerala. En route, the buses will cover places such as Ernakulam and Thrissur in Kerala. These buses to Alappuzha are extra bus services provided for the occasion of Onam.
Kerala State Road Transport Corporation also started Scania services to Alappuzha from Bengaluru before. Now the journey has been increased and taken till Thiruvananthapuram.
If you are in Bengaluru right now and want to travel to Kerala during Onam, book your tickets now as the availability is limited and the ticket fare of flights and private buses are extremely high.
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