Pune to Malvan
This is all you need to know about reaching Malvan from Pune. Everything you need to know about reaching Malvan from Pune. The drive for 390 kms from Pune to Malvan is simply magnificent. You can travel by roadways from Pune to Malvan. Most preferred way of transport from Pune to Malvan is by car.
Transport options from Pune to Malvan
Pune to Malvan By Bus: It is comfortable and easy to travel by bus as there are many buses available for travellers. Now, if you are wondering about bus types that would suit you, do not worry at all ! You can choose from a wide variety like A/C Sleeper (2+1), Non A/C Sleeper, Volvo A/C Multi-Axle Semi-sleeper, Volvo A/C Multi-Axle Semi-sleeper. Reach out to TNSTC, Geepee Travels, Muskaan Tours And Travels for availability between Pune and Malvan. With HolidayIQ book bus tickets from Pune to Malvan & also explore the availability of buses. Government and private buses run frequently between Pune and Malvan.
Pune to Malvan By Train: Find out the train schedule and availability to reach Malvan from Pune. Board train from Pune to Malvan, a journey of about 7 hours. Khandbaara is the nearest railway station. It is about 1 km from Surat airport.
Pune to Malvan By Car: If you wish to travel from Pune to Malvan by road instead, find the complete guide about taxis from Pune to Malvan. Take a car or hire a taxi from Pune to Malvan. If you're travelling with your family, hiring the car is a better idea. The basic price for hiring a car starts at INR 5 and varies according your choice of the car. The company will not pay the toll tax.
Pune to Malvan By Flight: Check availability of flights from Pune to Malvan. There are direct flights available to Malvan from Pune. It takes 1 hour to reach by flight. You can conveniently book prepaid cabs from the airport to reach your destination in Malvan. Surat airport is the nearest airport near Malvan. It is about 136 kms from Surat airport to Malvan.Reviewer Jayashree says "Except for traffic all was good. Virangula for breakfast. Kolhapur Opel for lunch. Petrol pump for petrol..."