Ambalappuzha to Ernakulam Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Ambalappuzha (Kerala) to Ernakulam (Kerala) is Volvo A/C Multi-Axle Semisleeper (2+2) by departing at 00:05.
Trip duration for Ambalappuzha to Ernakulam is between 1h-15m to 1h-55m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from Mercedes, AC, Volvo buses.
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Popular Buses from Ambalappuzha to Ernakulam
ErnakulamATLAS SAFFARI Volvo A/C Multi Axle Semi Sleeper (2+2)
ErnakulamVolvo A/C Multi-Axle Semisleeper (2+2)
ErnakulamKallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) Volvo A/C MultiAxle Semisleeper (2+2)
ErnakulamKallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) A/C Sleeper (2+1)
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