Cuddalore to Ernakulam Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Cuddalore (Tamil Nadu) to Ernakulam (Kerala) is Scania AC Multi Axle Semi Sleeper(2+2) by Universal Travels departing at 17:45. The total number of daily trips between Cuddalore and Ernakulam is 2. Goibibo offers 2 trips daily from Cuddalore to Ernakulam and one can choose from 1 operator(s).
Trip duration for Cuddalore to Ernakulam is between 8h-45m to 14h-15m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
Cuddalore Ernakulam Bus Schedule
Popular Buses from Cuddalore to Ernakulam
ErnakulamUniversal Travels Non A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1)
ErnakulamUniversal Travels Scania AC Multi Axle Semi Sleeper(2+2)
ErnakulamA/C Sleeper (2+1)
ErnakulamNon A/C Semi Sleeper/Sleeper(2+1)
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