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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
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    • 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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Guest Rahul
On 30/11/2017 at 4:54 PM, driveking said:

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

 

Hey thats a great news...how much time on an average would it take.. 12 hours ? 

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13 hours ago, Guest Rahul said:

 

Hey thats a great news...how much time on an average would it take.. 12 hours ? 

 

It would take about 12 to 13 hours approximately including a breakfast and a lunch breaks in between. Also, it is recommended to start early around 4 or 5 AM in the morning.

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14 hours ago, Guest Rahul said:

how much time on an average would it take.. 12 hours ? 


Yeah, drive time is around 12 hours.

You need to drive non stop to cover Hyderabad to Goa  12 hours.
Add up breaks to that, It should be around 13~14 hours. 

 

1 hour ago, sagar said:

Also, it is recommended to start early around 4 or 5 AM in the morning

 

That is the perfect time to start.
Since the roads are almost single lane, you can cover more distance during early hours.
Less traffic around towns and villages. 

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my 2 cents, we should petition our central transport minister and GOA CM Parikar to have straight high way from Hyderabad to Goa. That surely increase the tourism in Goa :-)

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23 hours ago, sahil said:

my 2 cents, we should petition our central transport minister and GOA CM Parikar to have straight high way from Hyderabad to Goa. That surely increase the tourism in Goa :-)

 

Haha... I still doubt if the petition does get a change :D 

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On 1/23/2018 at 11:37 AM, sahil said:

Hyderabad to Goa

 

Hyderabad to Goa route is one of the most challenging road to drive. 
Most of it is state highway.
Numerous turns, speed bumps, villages, towns..list is endless.

A simple mistake, can land us on worst roads. 

It is always a mess, best route changes every quarter of the year. 

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Hi Friends,

I am planning to travel to Hyderabad (Necklace road) from Mapusa Goa on 31st Jan, I have been researching on the road conditions and I honestly found this site Numero Uno.

But, as I read the posts, I get to see the Hyderabad to Goa or vice versa has always been stressful.

Please advice.

Thank you.

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15 hours ago, KSP said:

I get to see the Hyderabad to Goa or vice versa has always been stressful.


No matter which road you select, Hyderabad to Goa is always stressful. 

Only thigh I can suggest is to start as early as possible(4 AM), so that you can reach Hyderabad before 7 PM.

 

Which route you are planning to take?

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17 hours ago, KSP said:

I am planning to take the bagalkot road.

 

Yeah @KSP, You can take the following route..

Goa - Belgavi - Bagalkot - Lingsugur - Raichur - Hyderabad.

It is stressful but you can ease out on that if you make an early start around 4 AM. Also, be prepared to encounter the numerable speed breakers in Karnataka all across.. Drive safe and a happy journey.

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Guest Chopra

Hi friends, nice discussion however latest trips update by members are missing. Can I request update by all who have recently travelled thanks

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Hi All,

 

i was Just inspired by you people in this section, as per your suggestions in this conversation i went to Goa on 15th March 2018.

 

as per your suggestion and my experiance  - this below route is superb

 

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

 

in the middle of Raichur to Lingsugur (some road is under construction)  -nearly 5kms road is not good.

 

i'll update my whole trip in next post. once i'm free

 

cheers

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1 hour ago, krantee said:

this below route is superb

 

Thank you for the latest update Krantee.
It will be very helpful for the members.

 

1 hour ago, krantee said:

nearly 5kms road is not good.

 

5 kilometers is not bad considering other options. 

 

1 hour ago, krantee said:

i'll update my whole trip in next post. once i'm free

 

Great, would love to see some pictures and our travel story. 

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Hi all,

 

Here is the brief about our Journey from HYDERABAD (jntu) to GOA (Baga beach).

 

Before starting to GOA  - my Chotu (Nissan Micra) has been ready with shower and filled with Fuel & nitrogen.

 

We started at 15th Midnight (12:10am)

It took us  25 minutes to reach the ORR (exit no 19)

 

We started driving on ORR up to EXIT 16 (which is Bangalore highway)

Took the ORR exit 16 and entered into the Bangalore highway (NH44)  (which is 4 line highway ) 

 

We came accross one Toll (which costed ua 60 bucks for 4 wheeler at raikal) up to 102 KM's it's 4 way lane highway.
We had a small tea break over there and took a right turn at kandoor (which is 2 lane) - road is average (small patches).
We continued our journey for nearly 7 or 8 km's and we took a left turn which is - NH 167 (Raichur - Mahaboobnagar road)

 

We drove up to 85 Km's (5 km's road winding is work on this section), after this  strech we took a right turn which heads to Lingusgur.
We drove around 150 kilometers and We took a left turn to enter into NH 150A, after 60 km's we entered into NH 150 (which is Hungund).

On this section there is a railway gate and some windmills (so nice to see them in action)
Finally by early morning, we reached Bagalkot had a breakfast.

 

From Bagalkot we started our journey towards belgum (belgavi ).
In Belgum, we were struck in the traffic (took  us1 hour to out from the belgum area) -

Then we entered the most awaited Ghat section.
Ghat road in forest is nearly 67 km's you can test your Driving skills here.
Roads are too good in ghat section, some of the best roads in the country. 

 

You can find some pics here below, after the Ghat road.
We enter into the Goa, it took us some time and finally we reached Baga beach.

 

 

so finally this is the best route:

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


I can assure you this is the best route to GOA - you won't get any tiredness - that's for sure :)

 

if you have any doubts - you can ask us here - thanks for the one who make this platform to discussions.

 

Cheers,

Krantee

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55 minutes ago, krantee said:

Here is the brief about our Journey from HYDERABAD (jntu) to GOA (Baga beach).

 

Excellent review.
Roads have imporved a lot compared to last year.
Thank you for sharing.

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Guest Prashant Shrivastava

How much time it took you to reach to Goa from Hyderabad ?

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@krantee

 Hi buddy, thanks a lot for updating the road condition and the best route to be taken to Goa from Hyderabad. It would be great if you can tell us the time taken for this route and decent food stop options available for a family to take a break during the drive as decent washrooms would be prior to food during our journey.

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19 hours ago, Guest Prashant Shrivastava said:

How much time it took you to reach to Goa from Hyderabad ?

for us this ride took 15 hours (3 hours break in it ). so roughly it will take 12 hours exactly for small cars

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9 hours ago, Guest Lindel said:

@krantee

 Hi buddy, thanks a lot for updating the road condition and the best route to be taken to Goa from Hyderabad. It would be great if you can tell us the time taken for this route and decent food stop options available for a family to take a break during the drive as decent washrooms would be prior to food during our journey.

it's depend up on the driving skills, approximately it will take 12 hours for non -stop journey, best food stops means all are smaller kind of villages, in this bagalkot or belgum you will have good dhaba's and all, in Telangana (mahaboobnagar some restaurants are there)

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I am planning to Goa this October. Trying  to follow

 

Hyderabad -> Humnabad -> Gulbarga -> Vijayapura -> Sankeshwar -> Amboli -> Sawantwadi -> North Goa.

 

I wanted to travel thru Amboli ghat & hence this route .. any suggestions form the group is welcome..

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