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Ahmedabad to Vapi - Bus Fare & Timings

Ahmedabad to Vapi Bus tickets with lowest fare of Rs. 350 Rating: 4.5/5 based on 110 customer reviews.
Ahmedabad to Vapi
Updated on : Apr 24, 2014 05:56 AM
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Ahmedabad to Vapi Bus Services

There are 30 bus operator(s) providing bus service from Ahmedabad to Vapi. The top bus operator(s) for Ahmedabad to Vapi route are H. K. Travels, Neeta Tours and Travels, Gujarat Travels, Deep Travels (Ahmedabad), Neelkanth Jain Travels. The first bus from Ahmedabad departs at 07:30 AM and is operated by VRL Travels and the last bus departs at 11:45 PM and is operated by Neeta Travels. The minimum fare from Ahmedabad to Vapi Bus is Rs. 250.00/- departing at 11:30 PM. One can also avail of Volvo AC, Volvo AC Sleeper, AC Sleeper, AC Seater, Non AC Sleeper, Non AC Seater on this route. The bus(es) usually take a maximum of 17 hours to complete the journey. The most preferred pickup points for Ahmedabad to Vapi buses are VISHALA HOTEL H.K TRAVELS , S.T STAND H.K TRAVELS, PALDI H.K TRAVELS. Some of the other famous operators plying on this route are Goa Kadamba, GSRTC, Jay Khodiyar Travels, MSRTC Shivneri Bus, Sahjanand Travels, Speedlink Travels, Swaminarayan Travels.

About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad is the largest capital city of Gujarat and is located on the banks of River Sabarmati. The city was once the capital of the state, but now is the administrative center. Ahmedabad is truly a delightful city for archeologists, architects, anthropologists and bargain hunters. The man-made lake named Lake Kankaria, built in 1451 AD, is the biggest lakes in the capital. Also it is the major hub of education with famous IIM-A is located here. Ahmedabad attracts a huge crowd during Uttarayan- the kite-flying festival celebrated on 14th January every year. Sabarmati Ashram, established by Mahatma Gandhi is the focal attraction of the city. The city is largely known for the setup of cotton textile industries, earning the nickname of “Manchester of East”. Moreover, it is also being named as “City of Mosque” because of unique and architectural marvel built mosques including Shah Alam, Rani Rupmati, Ahmed Shah and Sidi Saiyad. Some of the prime attractions of the city are: Bhadra Fort, Shaking Minarets, Kankaria Lake, Calico Museum and many other locations.