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Coorg to Chennai Buses

The First bus from Coorg (Karnataka) to Chennai (Tamil Nadu) is Volvo A/C Seater (2+2) by Sea Bird Tourist departing at 14:05.

Trip duration for Coorg to Chennai is between 14h-25m to 15h-55m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.

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Coorg Chennai Bus Reviews (1)

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    Subbiaah Kumar
    Oct 04, 2017 at 11:48 am
    Sea Bird Tourist
    Volvo A/C Multi Axle SemiSleeper (2+2)
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    This is the worst service any bus operator can provide. The booking was from Coorg to Chennai and time mentioned was 3.00pm to start and 5.30am to arrive at Chennai. but the bus actually dropped us at Chennai by 8.30 am intead of 5.30am - This bus took us to Mysore and halted in a petrol bunk for 20min and later in the middle of city 15min and then at Mysore boarding point again. The bus was roaming inside Mysore for no reason for 2 hours. - When the bus stopped for dinner on the way to Bangalore the hotel was too costly where a dosa should be purchased with veg subji and the minimum price was '285 rupees' for a set of dosa and subji and there was no other food which will cost lesser than this. - Then it went to Bangalore city and dropped us and asked to change to another bus which actually connects us to Chennai - We reached Chennai by 8.30am with huge delay and the staffs at Chennai 'sea Bird' office were arrogant and careless about the delay

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About Coorg to Chennai
  • Distance 495 kms
  • Duration 14h-25m
  • Operators 2
  • Frequency S M T W T F S

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