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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 Vihar

Hello!!

We are planning a road trip this weekend starting from Hyderabad to Goa and was interested in going via the Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Bagalkot - Belgaum - Chorla ghat route as its the shortest.
but am not sure about the road conditions between Raichur and Belgaum via the Karnataka SH 20 can anyone comment and suggest please!!

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10 hours ago, Guest Vihar said:

Hello!!

We are planning a road trip this weekend starting from Hyderabad to Goa and was interested in going via the Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Bagalkot - Belgaum - Chorla ghat route as its the shortest.
but am not sure about the road conditions between Raichur and Belgaum via the Karnataka SH 20 can anyone comment and suggest please!!

 

Hi,

May I know which car would you be driving...? The road is under repair for a very long time with a lot of pot holes which will kill your complete average speed. Toads in Karnataka are decent but has got a lot of speed breakers throughout this stretch. Hyderabad to Mahbubnagar and Belgaum to Chorla ghat are the only good stretches in this track.

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On ‎5‎/‎1‎/‎2019 at 1:06 AM, kenny said:

Everyone goes to goa from zaheerabad bagalkot etc but the best and shortest is Hyderbad>Jadcherla>mehboobnagar>raichur>sindhanoor>kushtagi>gajendragadh>gadag>hubbali>belgavi>chorla ghats>goa 

 

if its a good car and skilled driver, Hyderabad to Goa is achievable in 11 hours. 

This route is the best route,  but travelling in the night should be avoided as the petrol bunks are less and dhabas are not available. 

 

It totally depends on the car one is driving. The route that you mentioned is no doubt short but it has a lot of roads works going on as per the latest information received.. :) 

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Please Suggest safest route from Hyderabad to Goa with family. how much time will it take to reach goa if i start early in the morning in between 3 or 4.

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On 5/18/2019 at 12:26 PM, Anumula172512 said:

Please Suggest safest route from Hyderabad to Goa with family. how much time will it take to reach goa if i start early in the morning in between 3 or 4.

 

Take the below route
Hyderabad -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Kalaburgai -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga  
Since Hyderabad to Humnabad is 4-lane there wont be any safety issues. 
Once you cross Humnabad, you will hit single lane sections/villages. By that time you see sun rise. 

 

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On 5/20/2019 at 11:12 AM, Ranger said:

 

Take the below route
Hyderabad -> Zaheerabad -> Humnabad -> Kalaburgai -> Vijaypura -> Bagalkot -> Belgavi -> Baga  
Since Hyderabad to Humnabad is 4-lane there wont be any safety issues. 
Once you cross Humnabad, you will hit single lane sections/villages. By that time you see sun rise. 

 

Can you please list down the stop overs/ restaurants with decent rest rooms on this stretch please .

Planning to travel after Aug 10. Start at around 3AM

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9 hours ago, SURYAVAMSI said:

Can you please list down the stop overs/ restaurants with decent rest rooms on this stretch please .

Planning to travel after Aug 10. Start at around 3AM

 

You can plan a stopover at Gulbarga (Kalaburgai)

Hotel : Lumbinis Grand Hotel, decent food and washrooms. 

 

Next stopover at Belgaum (Belgavi).  You will intersect Pune-Bangalore highway with plenty of decent restaurants.

Once you cross Belgaum and hit the ghat sections, options are very limited.
My update is dated to two years back. 

Not sure about any new restaurants.

3AM is the ideal time to start, all the best for your drive. 

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53 minutes ago, Ranger said:

 

You can plan a stopover at Gulbarga (Kalaburgai)

Hotel : Lumbinis Grand Hotel, decent food and washrooms. 

 

Next stopover at Belgaum (Belgavi).  You will intersect Pune-Bangalore highway with plenty of decent restaurants.

Once you cross Belgaum and hit the ghat sections, options are very limited.
My update is dated to two years back. 

Not sure about any new restaurants.

3AM is the ideal time to start, all the best for your drive. 

 

Thanks @Ranger. Also, did anyone check on how the route is from gulbarga to bagalkot through Basavana Bagevadi instead of Bijapur?

Gmaps always seems to suggest that(last time around -2018'August, we took the Bijapur route though)

 

gulbarga(lumbinis grand hotel) to belgaum byepass is as below as per gmaps:

through basavana bagevadi and bagalkot - 6hr 48 min

through bijapur  and bagalkot - 7hr 32 min

through bijapur and Mudalagi - 7 hr 26 min

 

 

 

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ok guys, so this is the best plan that I could come up with. Sharing Gmaps route as well which sticks to highways.

 

1. Start from BHEL jn towards Zaheerabad, Humnabad

2. Stop at Lumbini's Grand Hotel , Gulbarga.> Distance covered =198km Time= 3hr-35 min 

3. Stop at Qaswa hills restaurant, vijaypura > Distance covered= 148 km Time= 3 hr-00min  [ Total distance= 346 Total Time= 6 hr- 35 min ]

4. Stop at  Saffron Vegetarian Cuisine, Belgaum > Distance covered= 216 km Time=4 hr - 25 min  [ Total distance= 562 Total Time = 11 hr ]

5. Reach at our favourite Beach destination[North Goa]  >  Distance covered= 116 km Time=3 hr - 00 min  [ Total distance= 678 Total Time = 14 hr ]

 

This gives you rest room/chai/lunch/dinner/stretch breaks every 3-4 hours. I personally would start at 3 .AM and plan to reach by 4 P.M abouts[above timings are google baba's and pretty conservative] 

 

 

 

https://maps.app.goo.gl/2EqHCs1zx7fv56RF6

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22 hours ago, SURYAVAMSI said:

1. Start from BHEL jn towards Zaheerabad, Humnabad

2. Stop at Lumbini's Grand Hotel , Gulbarga.> Distance covered =198km Time= 3hr-35 min 

3. Stop at Qaswa hills restaurant, vijaypura > Distance covered= 148 km Time= 3 hr-00min  [ Total distance= 346 Total Time= 6 hr- 35 min ]

4. Stop at  Saffron Vegetarian Cuisine, Belgaum > Distance covered= 216 km Time=4 hr - 25 min  [ Total distance= 562 Total Time = 11 hr ]

5. Reach at our favourite Beach destination[North Goa] emoji4.png >  Distance covered= 116 km Time=3 hr - 00 min  [ Total distance= 678 Total Time = 14 hr ]

 

So far this is the best plan from Hyderabad to Goa. 

This information can be helpful for many members. 

 

23 hours ago, SURYAVAMSI said:

Also, did anyone check on how the route is from gulbarga to bagalkot through Basavana Bagevadi instead of Bijapur?

 

No idea on this route. Preveously we used to do via  Bijapur. 
It is not so great, too many speed bumps and villages.

 

I think you can try via Basavana. May be you will the planned stopover. 

 

 

 

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On ‎7‎/‎15‎/‎2019 at 12:55 PM, SURYAVAMSI said:

 

ok guys, so this is the best plan that I could come up with. Sharing Gmaps route as well which sticks to highways.

 

1. Start from BHEL jn towards Zaheerabad, Humnabad

2. Stop at Lumbini's Grand Hotel , Gulbarga.> Distance covered =198km Time= 3hr-35 min 

3. Stop at Qaswa hills restaurant, vijaypura > Distance covered= 148 km Time= 3 hr-00min  [ Total distance= 346 Total Time= 6 hr- 35 min ]

4. Stop at  Saffron Vegetarian Cuisine, Belgaum > Distance covered= 216 km Time=4 hr - 25 min  [ Total distance= 562 Total Time = 11 hr ]

5. Reach at our favourite Beach destination[North Goa] emoji4.png >  Distance covered= 116 km Time=3 hr - 00 min  [ Total distance= 678 Total Time = 14 hr ]

 

This gives you rest room/chai/lunch/dinner/stretch breaks every 3-4 hours. I personally would start at 3 .AM and plan to reach by 4 P.M abouts[above timings are google baba's and pretty conservative] 

 

 

 

https://maps.app.goo.gl/2EqHCs1zx7fv56RF6

 

Best post on the most confused routes to reach Goa with all the necessary information required for anyone travelling to reach there. Very crisp and clear I would say. Thanks much for sharing an informative post :) 

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On 7/15/2019 at 12:55 PM, SURYAVAMSI said:

 

ok guys, so this is the best plan that I could come up with. Sharing Gmaps route as well which sticks to highways.

 

1. Start from BHEL jn towards Zaheerabad, Humnabad

2. Stop at Lumbini's Grand Hotel , Gulbarga.> Distance covered =198km Time= 3hr-35 min 

3. Stop at Qaswa hills restaurant, vijaypura > Distance covered= 148 km Time= 3 hr-00min  [ Total distance= 346 Total Time= 6 hr- 35 min ]

4. Stop at  Saffron Vegetarian Cuisine, Belgaum > Distance covered= 216 km Time=4 hr - 25 min  [ Total distance= 562 Total Time = 11 hr ]

5. Reach at our favourite Beach destination[North Goa] emoji4.png >  Distance covered= 116 km Time=3 hr - 00 min  [ Total distance= 678 Total Time = 14 hr ]

 

This gives you rest room/chai/lunch/dinner/stretch breaks every 3-4 hours. I personally would start at 3 .AM and plan to reach by 4 P.M abouts[above timings are google baba's and pretty conservative] 

 

 

 

https://maps.app.goo.gl/2EqHCs1zx7fv56RF6

Hey Vamsi,

 

We are planned on same date and time. We are 15 members starting in 3 cars. 

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On ‎8‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 12:05 AM, myTot said:

Hey Vamsi,

 

We are planned on same date and time. We are 15 members starting in 3 cars. 

 

There are road blockages to reach Goa at the moment due to heavy flooding. Please be sure to freeze your plan after knowing the current status on the road to Goa.

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10 hours ago, sagar said:

 

There are road blockages to reach Goa at the moment due to heavy flooding. Please be sure to freeze your plan after knowing the current status on the road to Goa.

Is there any way to find out the road closures if possible. Apart from GMaps

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16 hours ago, Guest Rahul T said:

Is there any way to find out the road closures if possible. Apart from GMaps

 

Only way to get the exact information is to get in touch with the locals or wait for the updates from the recent travelers :) 

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Finally bit the bullet and here I am...

Considering the mayhem this year's monsoon did to Karnataka and Maharashtra, would it be advisable to travel to Goa towards the end of August? I intend to take the Zaheerabad route and travel in a sedan - Fiat linea 

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On 8/10/2019 at 12:05 AM, myTot said:

Hey Vamsi,

 

We are planned on same date and time. We are 15 members starting in 3 cars. 

Any update on your trip, I am planning to go on the 28of Aug, any information on the road conditions would be immensely helpful.

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Well I have cancelled my trip due to the flooded conditions. So no updates from me on this.

August end might make things brighter but then you might want a second opinion from someone who has gone there 

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Hello Guys, 

 

We are planning to Goa starting in the 1st week of Sep 2019 (may be 6th) from Hyderabad by car(swift new model). Any updates on route would be very much helpful. I heard about floods last week in Karnataka. Would september be a good idea. 

Any recent travellers - updates on road conditions ?

 

Thanks in advance!

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16 hours ago, JustExisting said:

We are planning to Goa starting in the 1st week of Sep 2019


I read that most of the ghat sections are open. 
So, September should not be an issue.

 

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