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HYDERABAD to GOA - Best route at present?

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  1. 1. Best Route for Hyderabad to Goa (Baga)

    • Gachibowli -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Kalaburgai -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga  
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    • Gachibowli -> Deosugur -> Raichur -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga
      2
    • Gachibowli -> Pargi -> Mudhol -> Shahabad -> Jevargi -> Sindagi -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga
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    • Hyderabad --> Jadcherla --> Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund --> Bagalkot --> Belgavi --> Kanakumbi --> Bicholim --> Baga (Goa)
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1 hour ago, Django said:

Thanks for the update on the new route. I am planing a road trip next week and i will be taking this route.


Great, please provide us the latest update when you are done with the trip.

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Completed with the Goa Trip. I took the route Hyderabad --> Jadcherla --> Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund  --> Bagalkot --> Belgavi --> Kanakumbi --> Goa

Started from Hyderabad JNTU @ 2.00 am and reached Goa "Grand Hyatt" by 5.00 pm. Took short breaks in between ( in total 1 hr break). Most part the roads are average to good (single lane) except some places like mehabood nagar 5 - 10 km (bad), Manvi village (Bad). There are speed breakers on all the villages and once you enter the village the roads are bad. 

 

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14 hours ago, Django said:

Completed with the Goa Trip. I took the route Hyderabad --> Jadcherla --> Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund  --> Bagalkot --> Belgavi --> Kanakumbi --> Goa

Started from Hyderabad JNTU @ 2.00 am and reached Goa "Grand Hyatt" by 5.00 pm. Took short breaks in between ( in total 1 hr break). Most part the roads are average to good (single lane) except some places like mehabood nagar 5 - 10 km (bad), Manvi village (Bad). There are speed breakers on all the villages and once you enter the village the roads are bad. 

 

 

Yeah..  Highways in Karnataka have more number of speed breakers before and after every village enroute. It almost kills all of your average speed while you drive.

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I travelled last week thus rout Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund  to reach Badami. Countless speed breakers. Better people choose other routes to reach Goa/Dandeli/Gokarna

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Hyderabad to Goa route is bad which ever route we take.

We should try to pick the best from the worst set. :D
Most of the roads are state highways with never ending diversion.

They fixed the ghat section before entering the Goa, which is somewhat relaxing. 

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On 1/4/2018 at 6:51 PM, Django said:

Some digging (Cable work) has started in Ghat section when I was returning back to hyderabad on 26th Dec.


Oh god, they already spoiled the beautiful Ghat section?:ph34r:

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On ‎04‎-‎01‎-‎2018 at 6:51 PM, Django said:

Some digging (Cable work) has started in Ghat section when I was returning back to hyderabad on 26th Dec.

 

That's something sad to hear now. One stretch which we could enjoy the most on our way to Goa is that section. :o

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On 11/30/2017 at 4:51 PM, Ranger said:

This is the current best route, shared by drive king.
He completed his journey on November 28th 2017

 

New route update.
Hyderabad to Goa route has got new roads. 


On this route you can easily complete journey in 12 hours.

Hyderabad --> Jadcherla --> Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund  --> Bagalkot --> Belgavi --> Kanakumbi --> Bicholim --> Baga (Goa)

 

Few pictures shared by him.
IMG-20171123-WA0005.jpg

 

IMG-20171123-WA0004.jpg

 

Please check the below link for more details
https://www.india-drive.com/index.php?/topic/9-go-goa-gone-hyderabad-to-goa/

Which route to follow to south goa. The one shared here is for north goa and google map dont agree with that for south goa.

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1 hour ago, Guest Sunil said:

Which route to follow to south goa. The one shared here is for north goa and google map dont agree with that for south goa.

 

Hi Sunil, You can opt for the route below as you enter the state from the South of Goa.

Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Sindhanur - Hubbali - Ramanguli - Karwar - Palolem (South Goa)

Good time and safe drive :)

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Guest Verna - Traveller

Hi All... I'm planning to travel from Hyderabad to South Goa - Agonda Beach: I have been trying to find a smooth and clean tarmac. I'm fine if the road is a little longer, however would request a smooth route... I plan to complete the trip without any stop overs (except - food, snacks etc...)

 

Please let me know the best route

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13 hours ago, Guest Verna - Traveller said:

Hi All... I'm planning to travel from Hyderabad to South Goa - Agonda Beach: I have been trying to find a smooth and clean tarmac. I'm fine if the road is a little longer, however would request a smooth route... I plan to complete the trip without any stop overs (except - food, snacks etc...)

 

Please let me know the best route

 

Hi, You choose the following route which could be the best for you to reach South Goa.

 

Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Sindhanur - Hubbali - Ramanguli - Karwar - Palolem (South Goa)

 

Hope you have a great time and drive safe. Happy journey!

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19 minutes ago, sagar said:

Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Sindhanur - Hubbali - Ramanguli - Karwar - Palolem (South Goa)

 

^^This is the safest route.

But since Hyderabad to Humnabad section is completed, now the fastest route is 
Hyderabad --> Gachibowli -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Gulbarg -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga  

 

Below is the most preferred route till last month. Personally, I would stick to the below route since the road work is completed. 

Hyderabad --> Jadcherla --> Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund --> Bagalkot --> Belgavi --> Kanakumbi --> Bicholim --> Baga (Goa)

 

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I suggest to avoid this rout Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund as it has countless speed breakers. Even though its few km less travel. People will be tired to cross these speed breakers and your overall speed will go down.

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28 minutes ago, sahil said:

I suggest to avoid this rout Raichur --> Lingsugur --> Mudgal --> Hungund

 

All the roads from Hyderabad to Goa are filled with speed bumps.
If you enter Karnataka it is common in rural areas. 

 

Do you have any better route suggestion? 

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But, The above routes will direct you towards the North Goa which isn't his desired destination. It would take extra time of about another hour and a half to sum up for his whole journey.

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56 minutes ago, Ranger said:

 

All the roads from Hyderabad to Goa are filled with speed bumps.
If you enter Karnataka it is common in rural areas. 

 

Do you have any better route suggestion? 

As you suggested above may be this one is better?

Hyderabad --> Gachibowli -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Gulbarg -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga

 

when I went to Almatty Dam (near Bhagalkot) in the Dec end last year, some Cab driver said the rout from Hyderabad to Bhagalkot via Gulbarga is better. But I'ven't tried myself yet. I can say that rout from Almatty Dam to Bhagalkot is very good. But its 2 way road not 4 lane.

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1 hour ago, sahil said:

As you suggested above may be this one is better?

Hyderabad --> Gachibowli -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Gulbarg -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga

 

when I went to Almatty Dam (near Bhagalkot) in the Dec end last year, some Cab driver said the rout from Hyderabad to Bhagalkot via Gulbarga is better. But I'ven't tried myself yet. I can say that rout from Almatty Dam to Bhagalkot is very good. But its 2 way road not 4 lane.

 

YEs, That is another option too but measures a bit more in distance and time consuming being a 2 lane road.

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