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Hyderabad - Mysuru - Coorg - Murudeshwar - Goa(Palolem) - Hyderabad

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Hyderabad - Mysuru - Coorg - Murudeshwara - Goa(Palolem) - Hyderabad

 

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Total Distance Covered: 2097 KMS

Vehicle: Nissan Micra 
Fuel: Petrol

Mileage: 23+ kmpl with 60% of A/C all the time(2 Adults and 1 kid).

No. of Days: 7 Days

From Dec 22nd to 28th 2019.

Total Tolls: 1030/- [Through Fastag 960+ cash 70]

Route expedition Via Google Maps

** SINGLE HAND DRIVING

 

Day 1:

Route: Hyderabad(NH 44) - Bangalore- Mysuru.

Total distance covered on day 1 :  729 KMS

Total Time: 14 hours 27 min with 5 breaks.

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Christmas holidays.... planned the trip and very well executed with the support of my spouse and kid.

 

Started at 3:30 Am on 22nd Dec from Hyderabad via NH 44.. It's a pleasure to drive through this route and it's my first-time visit to Bangalore. After entering into the Bangalore got confused with one of the exit at entered into the CV Raman road and got stuck in the traffic around 1 hour. Literally experienced the Bangalore traffic that too on SUNDAY :)

 

My only suggestion to newbie visiting Bangalore or traveling through Bangalore, please take some time to explore the map deeply or ask anyone to go in the right direction. 

 

Road condition from Bangalore to Mysuru(Via NH 275) is Good with a good number of Speed bumps. So have an eye on these speed breakers. 

 

Reached Mysuru at 5:00 PM and checked into the hotel [Reliable service apartments], booked via booking.com

After refreshing, visited Brindavan Gardens(KSR) and had dinner at Hotel Chirag Food court Dabha while returning back to Hotel.

 

It was a long day by driving 729kms, but not challenging. Its a simple and straight road. 

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Reliable service Apartments:

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Brindavan Gardens:

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Tiffin: Roadside hotel, As I had already crossed Kurnool in early hours.

Lunch: Vattika vegetarian restaurant after crossing Bangalore on the way to Mysuru.

 

Day 2:

Mysuru Palace - Coorg

Total distance covered on Day 2: 112 km

Stay: OYO Home Luxe 23010 Opulent Stay(HomeStay)

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Checked out from hotel@9:30 AM, visited Mysuru Palace and started towards Coorg @12:45 PM via NH 275.  Road condition is good but not great, From Kushalnagar took SH 91 towards Dubare Elephant camp-Excellent location - easily one can spend around 2 to 3+ hours in the Kaveri river. Due to the Holiday season, the queue for the Elephant camp was very huge, so avoided it and had fun with the family in the river itself and also done the Still water river rafting in it.

 

In between, Mysuru roads were the cleanest and wide roads.

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Still water River rafting - 200/person.

Time: 30 to 45 min

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Once we are done with the Elephant camp, started towards our stay at 6 pm which is in Coffee estate. As it was dark,  it was very difficult for us to find the homestay as there are no street lights and its a ghat road. 

 

Oyo 23010 opulent stay(Berry trails Homestay)

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Suggestion- Make sure to reach your homestay/Hotel before 6 PM in Coorg especially if you have booked in coffee estates. .

 ** I have avoided to stay Madikeri, as I want a pleasant place to stay on so choose HOMESTAY  and it was an awesome stay for 2 days in between coffee estate and jungle.

 

Day 3:

Coorg sightseeing

Total distance: 83 km

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Started at 10 AM from Homestay towards Madikeri, it's a ghat road and full of scenic views. It was a challenging road :) 

Visited Raja Seat, Abbey falls and fort as well...while returning we took the NH 275 as my kid was little worried by seeing the ghat roads which we have traveled in the morning and took the long way via Kushalnagar. Had lunch at Fish curry Rice Hotel and it was 3 pm. We still had time to roam, so again visited the Elephant camp and spent 2hrs and then checked into the homestay by 7 pm.

 

Day 4 :

Coorg – Mangalore – Murudeshwara – Goa(Palolem Beach)

Total distance: 446 km

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Planned to start at 5 AM but due to the darkness started at 7 AM from Homestay.

Madikeri was full of due.. the visibility was very low.. slowly crossed Madikeri and started towards Mangalore road and in between the scenes of the mountains were awful while getting down through ghat road.

 

Stopped at Abhi falls – It's a small waterfall point but the scene opposite to the waterfalls was great, spent around 30min by viewing at mountains with some clicks.

 

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Moved towards Mangalore road.. Its a 2 lane road but the road condition was too good until we reach near to Mangalore.

Halted for tiffin @ Hotel New kamadhenu at Kodankeri place. I rate it 4/5.

 

** Before entering into the Mangalore we have crossed 2 toll plazas on NH 73.

 

Time was running out due to the highway traffic on NH 66, decided not to halt until murudeshwar temple. Did the same and reached murudheshwar temple by 3 pm.

Temple location, shiva Idol .. beach all were awesome… As there was no time for us to stay, we shortened our stay and moved towards Goa at 4 pm. From murudeshwar the road condition is Average, due to the heavy vehicle traffic avg speed was between 50 to 60 on NH 66 and most of the road is under construction.

 

Finally entered Goa after 3 hours drive from murudeshwar, our tiredness got vanished by seeing the see view's

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Checked into the hotel @7:11 PM at Palolem.

Hotel Name: Bay leaf resorts.

We got refreshed in 15 min and moved towards beach. My kid and wife were very excited by seeing the environment over there. We roamed around Palolem beach for a while and had some roadside snacks.

Dinner @ Baba's Little Italy restaurant.

Reached room by 1:15 AM after having a nice relaxing time on the beach shack.

 

Day 5:

Palolem Siteseeing.


Our day started a little earlier, by 6 AM we were on the beach and had some fun playing around.

@9am booked a boat for 2000 rs, visited Monkey island, butterfly beach, honeymoon beach and also saw a lot of Dolphins

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As it was Amavasya, the water level on the Honeymoon beach was very high and boats were unable to drop us over there.  

 

**My suggestion to one is to have a pocket full of cash if you are in goa.

In Goa, most of the ATMs either won't be working or no Cash boards. I had to wait in queue for an hour as there was only one ATM which was working.

 

In the evening, we had visited the Omellete center which is located exactly at the main entrance of the Palolem beach. He has a wide variety of egg dishes and its fantastic. Must visit the place. (Added the stall Pic)

 

After a beautiful sunset, we moved on to one of the beach shack and had a great dinner. We spent the time until midnight on the beach shore and moved to the room.


 

Day 6:

Palolem – Hubli - Raichur

Total Distance: 483 KMS

Total Time: 10 hrs 43 min

 

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We decided to start our day a little earlier and moved on to the beach.. We experienced the beautiful sunrise and played around.


 

Started @10 AM from Palolem... As we all know petrol is cheaper compared to that of other places in India. Filled the petrol to Full Tank and checked the Air pressure as well, as it would be a long drive.

 

As I was in south Goa and few locals also suggested me take the route of Raichur rather than going through choral ghats from north GOA.

But, I can say it was a smooth drive until I have reached KADANKOPPA but after that its a Hell of the drive. The road is under construction a lot of diversions and road is not at all good.

Reached Raichur by 9:50 PM, decided to halt there for a night and did the same. As I was not in a condition to drive more as it was 4 more hours for Hyderabad but due to the road condition decided not to drive more.

 

**Please do avoid this Hubli-Raichur road.


 

Day 7:

Raichur – Hyderabad

Total Distance: 207 KMS

Total Time: 4 hrs 6 min

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Started at 5 AM from Raichur and road condition is very bad until you reach NH 44.

 

Reached Home by 10:05 AM.

 

Completed the Road-trip with full satisfaction and with lots of memories.

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Thank you to all the members in the INDIA-DRIVE forum for your valuable tips/suggestions which helped me to get this trip successful :)

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Fantastic report and beautiful pictures.

You should have avoided Raichur road. 
We have recently done it via Gulbarga. 
Roads are excellent. 
 

 

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@RoadTrip Loved the details of your entire trip and pics are also superb. Thanks for sharing. Can you please share the overall cost of this entire trip ? Just an approximate cost. 

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Excellent Travelogue @RoadTrip.. All the information you have shared could very much be useful for all the members. Thank you for sharing. :) 

Raichur's road status is being in it's worst of the conditions for the past 10 years as far as I know...

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@PareshBhinde, below is the breakup... 

 

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Petrol - 6616/-
Fastag - 1030/-

Hotels stays:
MYSURU- 1500/- (1 night)
Coorg - 1860/- (2 nights)
Palolem- 5802/- (2 nights)
Raichur- 700/- (1 night)

Food cost for 7 days - 8600/-

Dolphin boat trip - 2000/-

Miscellaneous(parkings,river rafting, etc..) - 1000/-

Approximate total tour cost::::   29109/-

 

*****My estimation was in between 30 - 35k 😉

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