Calicut to Palakkad - Bus Fare & Timings
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Calicut to Palakkad Bus Services
There are 2 bus operator(s) providing bus service from Calicut to Palakkad. The top bus operator(s) for Calicut to Palakkad route is KALLADA TOURS & TRAVELS. The first bus from Calicut departs at 05:00 PM and is operated by Kallada Travels and the last bus departs at 05:30 PM and is operated by KTC Travels. The minimum fare from Calicut to Palakkad Bus is Rs. 210.00/- departing at 05:00 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 4 hours to complete the journey. Some of the other famous operators plying on this route are KSRTC Kerala State Road Transport.
Also called as Kozhikode, Calicut is the largest city of Kerala and is well developed city. It is 410 kms away from Thiruvananthapuram. Calicut is currently the major commercial hub of the state. The city has got a good infrastructure and transport system is well connected to other cities making it easier to travel. The city is famous for displaying various forms of sculptures spread in the city and so Calicut is being tagged as 'City of Sculpture'. Calicut or can be called as Kozhikode Beach is the most charming beach that attracts huge count of visitors. Calicut is strongly connected with Gazals and football. The famous cuisines that are served in city are Malabar Biryani and Haluva (Sweet Meat). Some of the major attractions in Calicut are: Beypore Beach, Tali Temple, Kappad Beach, Payyoli Beach, Kallai River, Krishna Menon Museum, Lions Park, Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary and other few places.
Palakkad is a district located in the serene mountain ranges of Kerala. Expanded paddy fields, palm trees and rural natures make Palakkad distinct from other regions of Kerala. The hilly terrains of the town are a visual treat for eyes for visitors looking for serene location. Palakkad is famed as “The Rice Bowl of Kerala” and “The Granary of Kerala”. The Palaghat Gap, in this district is the getaway to neighboring state Tamil Nadu. Palakkad is famous for temple festivals and well-deserved Karnatic music. The district is credited with good number of sightseeing of temples, valleys, paddy fields and many others. Some of scenic beauties of Palakkad are: Nelliampathi Hill Station, Silent Valley National Park, Kanjirapuzha Dhoni Waterfalls, Palakkad Fort and Jain Temple.