All Bus Operators From Kadur to Mumbai

2+1, Sleeper, Non A/C
Rs 1200
Sleeper, A/C
1100, 1400
Rs 1100, 1400
2+1, MultiAxle, Volvo, Sleeper, A/C
1600, 1800, 1700
Rs 1600, 1800, 1700

About Kadur


Kadur, an attraction of Karnataka, is famous for its wild yet natural beauty. It is a taluk located in the Chikkamagaluru district of the state. People from across the country, visit Kadur to enjoy the natural environment and the wildlife.

Places to Stay
Tourists can mostly find luxury hotels in Kadur. Some of those are The Gateway Hotel KM Road (Tariff - Rs. 4000), The Serai (Tariff – Rs. 19,173) and Winter Greens (Tariff - Rs. 13, 831), Plantation Trails (Tariff – Rs. 8503). Homestays are available as well. 

The spoken language of Kadur is Kannada.

Kailash Fair is one of the famous events that take place in this area in the month of February. in connection with the festival of Mahashivratri. 

Places of Interest
Tourists can explore the meeting point of famous rivers Tunga and Bhadra, making it Tungabhadra. Lofty hill ranges like Baba Budangiri, high peaks such as Kudremukh and the Meruti Gutta can also be seen from Kadur, accompanying a beautiful view of the valley. Hebbe Falls is another major attraction.

How to Get There

Kadur is not very well connected via airways. The closest airport is the one at Mangalore (144 km). The Mysore airport, 152 km away is another option. 

Availing railway services are a good choice to reach Kadur. One can board trains from Mysore or Bangalore, which are going to Shimoga.

The bus service around this area is quite active as National Highway 206 runs through Kadur. It takes 4 hours from Bangalore and 3 hours from Mysore to reach Kadur by bus. Making use of bus ticket booking discount can help you save money while travelling. Look out for such offers at

About Mumbai


Mumbai is the capital city of Maharashtra and also the financial capital of India. It has many sobriquets like ‘The City of Dreams’ and ‘The city which never sleeps.’ The name ‘Mumbai’ is derived from Mumba or Maha-Amba, which is the name of the Goddess Mumbadevi and ‘Aai’ which in Marathi means Mother. The city was earlier known as Bombay, before being officially changed to Mumbai in 1995.

Budget Hotels in Mumbai
There are good budget hotels in the city of Mumbai. Some of these are the Eden Guest House (Tariff – Rs. 250 and 3 km from International Airport), Hotel Anjali Inn (Tariff – Rs. 970 and 7 km from Domestic Airport), and Hotel Good Luck (Tariff – Rs. 990 and 15 minutes from the International Airport).

The official language of Mumbai is Marathi. Other languages spoken here are English, Hindi, Gujarati as well as Urdu.

Events in Mumbai
Mumbai is well known for its night life. Occasions like the New Year celebrations are renowned. Major festivals like Diwali, Holi, Eid as well as Navratri are celebrated with great pomp and grandeur here.

Places to See in Mumbai
There are plenty of places to visit in Mumbai. Prominent among them are The Gateway of India (29 km from Airport), Marine Drive (28 km from airport), Bandra Bandstand (13 km from airport) among other places.

How to Get There

The Mumbai International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country. It has a domestic as well as international terminal. It is located 26 km from the southernmost part of the city, Colaba.

The three main railway terminals in Mumbai are Mumbai Central (9km from Colaba), Bandra Terminus (15 km from Colaba) and Victoria Terminus (3 km from Colaba).

Operators like Neeta Travels and Abhi Travels provide regular bus connectivity to Mumbai. offers online bus booking in India to travellers visiting more than 4,000 destinations.

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