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Hyderabad to Shiridi, best route, route updates and road condition.

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What is best route from Hyderabad to shiridi, guys help me out with the drive.

 

Hyderabad to Shiridi has 3 routes.

Route :1: Best route
Hyderabad --> Chevella --> Parigi --> Sedam --> Kalaburgai (Gulbarga) --> Solapur --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi

Route :2 : Avoid, until 4-lane is completed.
Hyderabad -->Zaheerabad -->Solapur --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi

 

Route :3 : Avoid, not worth it.

Hyderabad --> Nanded --> Aurangabad --> Shiridi

 

Plan:
1. Start early in the morning.
2. Break fast stop at Gulbarga (Kalaburgai). You can stop at Lumbini's Grand Hotel (Breakfast + clean washrooms). 
3. Lunch stop, you can find dhabas as soon as you cross Solapur

Route 1: Road condition

 

Hyderabad to Kalaburgai (Gulbarga):
Single lane and road condition is good.

 

Kalaburgai (Gulbarga) to Solapur :
Some patch work is going on, must be completed by now. Nothing alarming.

 

Solapur to Shiridi :

Road condition is average, but not an issue with your duster, it will fly.

 

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Hi guys, I have done Hyderabad - Shiridi - Hyderabad last week and it was a nightmare. Let me update you guys the present road status so that one can avoid it who so ever is taking that route.

 

Route taken: 

 Zaheerabad - Tuljapur - Osmanabad - Bhoom - Nagar.

The 4 lane road construction work is yet to be completed. I have faced too many diversions and the condition of road was horrible.

Strictly avoid taking this highway and especially during the nights.

Once you reach Ahmednagar, the roads are decent enough to reach your destination.

Suggestions for alternative routes are open. Please to provide the necessary update on the alternative route which can be better than this as it might help the co-roadtrippers.

TIA :)

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Hi bpt, First of all thanks a lot for updating on the present route condition towards shirdi.

 

The best and the alternative route at present is Hyderanad - Kalaburagi - Akkalkot - Solapur - Ahmednagar - Shirdi.

 

This route is a 50 kms longer stretch compared to the Zaheerabad highway but the travel time is the same.

 

650 kms of your distance will take a drive time of 13 hours approx.

 

Drive safe :)

 

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Guest v m das

I am planning to go to Shirdi on this Saturday ie 28th July 2017 by maruti ertiga from Hyderabad. Suggest me the best route.

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On 7/28/2017 at 4:12 PM, Guest v m das said:

I am planning to go to Shirdi on this Saturday ie 28th July 2017 by maruti ertiga from Hyderabad. Suggest me the best route.

 

Route :1: Best route
Hyderabad --> Chevella --> Parigi --> Sedam --> Kalaburgai (Gulbarga) --> Solapur --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi

 

or you can take the regular route, All the roads are equally bad.
 

Hyderabad --> Zaheerabad--> Osmanabad --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi

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Guest Srinivas Kalluri

I have done this road Hyderabad zaheerabad omerga on 14 nov 2017. The 4 laning is. Complete up to maharashtra border omerga. SadShivpet and zaheerabad bye pass work completed. Stayed overnight at Tuljapur and took the te bhumi ahmednagar to shirdi.

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Srinivas Kalluri, thanks very much for the update. Good to know that the 4-lane is complete upto Omerga (MH border). I am planning to travel the coming weekend, Hyd to Shirdi via Tuljapur.  Could you please let me know on the road condition from Tuljapur to Shirdi.

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I am planning to start on 23rd which is the best route. I would be traveling during day only.

Can you suggest good route will be traveling with family.

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21 minutes ago, Guest SAI said:

Can you suggest good route will be traveling with family


You can take the route suggested by Srinivas.
Hyderabad --> Zaheerabad --> Omerga --> Yedashi --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi


Please start early in the morning, If you are planning to do it in a single day.

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On 14/11/2017 at 11:46 PM, Guest Srinivas Kalluri said:

I have done this road Hyderabad zaheerabad omerga on 14 nov 2017. The 4 laning is. Complete up to maharashtra border omerga. SadShivpet and zaheerabad bye pass work completed. Stayed overnight at Tuljapur and took the te bhumi ahmednagar to shirdi.

Thanks for the details Srinivas.

Tuljapur accommodation suggestions please

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Guest Toll Gates

I'm Planing to travel in this Month, May I know how many Tolls in this route ?

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On 12/4/2017 at 1:20 PM, Guest Toll Gates said:

I'm Planing to travel in this Month, May I know how many Tolls in this route ?

 

It will be below 200/- one way.

 

New roads are good from Hyderabad to Humnabad.
It is completly 4-lane.

 

Tolls are recently introduced between Hyderabad to Zaheerabad.
It will cost you around 80/- 

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Hyderabad --> Zaheerabad --> Omerga --> Yedashi --> Ahmednagar --> Shiridi

 

Can we reach shirdi in one day (before it is too late in the night) from hyderabad if we take the above route assuming we start in hyd at 5 or 6 am?

 

How safe is this road trip considering we would be travelling with family including ladies and toddlers?

 

How is the road in above route as I heard that road after Omerga  is too bad for around 40kms :(

 

Thanks for helping as we are planning road trip next week.

 

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17 hours ago, lucky_sweety said:

Can we reach shirdi in one day (before it is too late in the night) from hyderabad if we take the above route assuming we start in hyd at 5 or 6 am?

 

Can be done in a single day without any issue.
I would suggest you to start at 4 AM.

 

You can reach Omerga before 8 AM. 
Plan your breakfast stop before Omerga.

 

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How safe is this road trip considering we would be travelling with family including ladies and toddlers?


It is a busy road, no safety issues on this highway. 

 

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How is the road in above route as I heard that road after Omerga  is too bad for around 40kms


There are few bad patches but this is the best route to take.

 

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Thanks for helping as we are planning road trip next week.

 

All the best for your trip and drive safe.
Please update us when you are done with the trip. 

Thank you

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17 hours ago, lucky_sweety said:

How safe is this road trip considering we would be travelling with family including ladies and toddlers?

 


Last month, I completed my drive from Hyderabad to Shiridi.
Started at 5AM and reached Shiridi before 6 PM.
We took multiple breaks, I'm traveling with my family.

Roads are safe, please keep an eye on village crossings once you cross Omerga. 

If you have any queries please let me know.

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I am planning to shiridi coming to Saturday. what was the road condition after Omerga?

How much time it would to siridi from there?

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Road is not so great after Omerga. 

It is single lane road expect some village/town traffic.

If you start early in the morning (4am), you can cover it under 8 hours.
If you are starting late, it may take 9 hours. Depending on your cruising speed and traffic. 

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I am planning to shiridi on jan 12th 2018. So please suggest me the best route where we need breakfast and lunch. Planning to start at around 1am.

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