Ganpatipule to Ratnagiri Cheap Bus Fare
The First bus from Ganpatipule (Maharashtra) to Ratnagiri (Maharashtra) is A/c Seater (2+2) by Purple MTDC Multi Axle Semi Sleeper Volvo departing at 19:00.
Trip duration for Ganpatipule to Ratnagiri is between 1h-30m to 1h-40m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC buses.
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Popular Buses from Ganpatipule to Ratnagiri
RatnagiriPurple MTDC Multi Axle Semi Sleeper Volvo A/c Seater (2+2)
RatnagiriPrasanna Purple Plus A/C Sleeper (2+1)
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Popular attractions in Ratnagiri
- Gopalgad hill
The striking village of Guhagar on the Konkan Coast of Ratnagiri District in Maharashtra is an ideal address to a buzz free weekend. Its pleasant atmosphere, serene ambience, humble locals and an all- pervading charming village scenery create a different milieu to laze back for uncountable hours. Guhagar is blessed with limited tourist attractions where Gopalgad Hill stands above all.
Keshavraj is another holy destination in region of Dapoli which is located in between Dapoli and Asud Pul. According to history, this temple is.....
Located approximately 27km along the Guhagar-Narvan road, is the small village of Hedvi. Guhagar is a wonderful temple town with a host of temples dedicated to various Gods and Goddesses of Hindu religious beliefs. Hedvi is famous for housing the Laxmi-Ganesh Temple and Uma-Maheshwara Temple.
- Swayambhu Ganpati Temple
The Swayambhu Ganpati Temple is one of the most renowned and striking attractions of Ganapatipule. It has been dedicated to .............