Kovalam Buses



The Kovalam buses directly connect the picturesque beach with the rest of the Kerala by road. Situated at a stone's throw distance of 16 km from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, Kovalam is easily accessible by bus. The well organized bus service provides the regular commuters as well as the tourists with an excellent opportunity to comfortably travel to the beautiful place of Kovalam at reasonably low cost.

The bus depot of Kovalam is located at the gateway of the Ashoka hotel. The bus service follows a strict schedule of timings and connects Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Ernakulam and Kanyakumari by road with Kovalam by road. Being an important place of tourist interest of Kerala, the exotic beach of Kovalam draws several tourists from far and wide. The beach is full of local tourists on weekends and special festive occasions. To provide all the tourists with a pleasant and comfortable journey, Kovaalm runs several private and state government buses.

Equipped with all the modern infrastructural amenities of luxury seats, good quality music system and well behaved drivers and conductors, the buses of Kovalam are known for their added comfort. An important part of the Kovalam transport, the buses ply at regular intervals for the convenience of the daily commuters and tourists.

Kovalam is easily reachable by the excellent bus service offered by the organization of the private bus owners. The tourists can enjoy the music coupled with the natural scenic beauty of the surrounding areas while traveling by bus to Kovalam. The Kovalam buses provide the commuters with all kinds of comfort for an enjoyable sojourn to the exotic beach of the place.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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