- 14:00 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 14:00 JIRIBAM BUS STAND 16h 0m → 06:00 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 06:00 ISBT-GuwahatiSEEMA TRAVELSLeyland Non A/C Seater Hitech Pushback (2+2) 2.7/5580 Fare Details Rs580 - Seater
- 15:00 Boarding Points Time Boarding Point 15:00 JIRIBAM BUS STAND 14h 0m → 05:00 Dropping Points Time Dropping Point 05:00 ISBT-GuwahatiJAGANNATH TRAVELS & TOUR PVT.LTD.Leyland Non A/C Seater/Sleeper Executive Luxury (2+1) 4.5/5580 Fare Details Rs580 - Seater/Sleeper
Rs680 - Seater/Sleeper
FAQ about Buses from Jiribam to Guwahati
How many buses are running between Jiribam to Guwahati on the daily basis?
2 buses are running between Jiribam to Guwahati. Out of which 2 are sleeper buses, and 2 are NON AC buses.
When does the first Jiribam to Guwahati bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Jiribam to Guwahati bus route leaves at 14:00. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹580.
When does the last bus leaves for Guwahati from Jiribam?
The last bus for Jiribam to Guwahati route leaves at 14:00. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹580.
What are the boarding points for Jiribam to Guwahati Bus service?
Boarding points for this bus route in Jiribam is JIRIBAM BUS STAND .
What are the dropping points in Guwahati for the Jiribam Guwahati bus route?
Dropping points in Guwahati for this route is ISBT .
Who are the popular operators on the Jiribam to Guwahati bus route?
Top operators on the Jiribam to Guwahati bus route are SEEMA TRAVELS and JAGANNATH TRAVELS & TOUR PVT.LTD. .
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