Anantapur to Dindigul Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh) to Dindigul (Tamil Nadu) is Scania A/C Multi Axle Seater (2+2) by Kallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) departing at 18:30. The total number of daily trips between Anantapur and Dindigul is 3. There are 1 Volvo buses daily between Anantapur and Dindigul. Goibibo offers 3 trips daily from Anantapur to Dindigul and one can choose from 1 operator(s).
Trip duration for Anantapur to Dindigul is between 8h-15m to 10h-0m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
Anantapur Dindigul Bus Schedule
Popular Buses from Anantapur to Dindigul
DindigulKallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) Volvo A/C MultiAxle Semisleeper (2+2)
DindigulKallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) Scania A/C Multi Axle Seater (2+2)
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Popular attractions in Dindigul
- Berijam Lake
A road trip from Chennai will take you kilometres away from the hustle bustle of a city life to a hidden scenic freshwater reservoir called Berijam Lake, situated in the upper Palani Hills of Kodaikanal. The calm scenic waters of the lake, adjoining greenery and towering hills made it a must visit destination in Kodaikanal over the years.
- Bear Shola Falls
Bear Shola falls is counted among such attractions in Kodaikanal, which are visited by a large number of tourists every year. The gorgeous fall got its name because bears used to.......
- Dindigul Fort
Overlooking a valley, Dindigul is a city in Tamil Nadu, located about 400 km away from Chennai. The city is home to Dindigul Fort, which is believed to be first built by the Nayakas of Madurai, in order to defend their country from the invading Mysore army. Later, it was rebuilt by Haider Ali and finally was captured by the British in 1790, who garrisoned it till 1860. Presently, the fort is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India.
- Dindigul Hill
The famous attraction of this hill is the flower which blooms in every 12 years and is known as the Kurunji flower.