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Planning trip from Hyderabad to Varanasi

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Hi Folks,

 

I am planning a trip from Hyderabad to Varanasi on 9th Nov 2018 at 02:00PM via Nagpur, satna, chitrakoot, Prayagraj to Varanasi. 

Please suggest me inbetween stops , stay and  food option availablity. 

Please also let me know if I should carry any items specifically. Thanks.

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19 hours ago, mkpandey said:

Please suggest me inbetween stops , stay and  food option availablity. 

 

Hi,
Welcome on board.

 

Where are planning for the halt, which car? 

Roads from Hyderabad to Nagpur are good.
But from Nagpur to Varanasi are pathetic. 

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Hyderabad to Nagpur is 4-lane, apart from small bad patch.

 

Food options are very limited. 
Only road side dhabas(small) are available.   

 

Sharing few food options which are given by ranger: 

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Breakfast stop:
Divya Restaurant : https://goo.gl/maps/5Q8PeZ5A8vF2

 

Lunch stop:
If you want to refresh and need clean washrooms, I would suggest you to take a detour from Dichpally to Nizamabad.
Once you cross Nirmal you cannot find a proper restaurant.

 

Would recommend hotel Nikhil sai International at Nizamabad
https://goo.gl/maps/AQMR34HuDXC2


Make sure you have the lunch before Nirmal

 

Roads from Nagpur to Varnasi is mostly single lane.

Many roads are bad.

 

I think it will be very tiring to do it in a single day (Nagpur to Varanasi)

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19 hours ago, mkpandey said:

Please also let me know if I should carry any items specifically. Thanks.

 

Hyderabad to Nagpur is easy.
You will reach by dinner time, If you start at 2PM.

 

If you halt at Nagpur, next day you should start at 4AM.

It will easily take around 18 hours from Nagpur to Varanasi. 

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Nagpur stop over is a must, if he wants to avoid night drive. 

Nagpur to Varanasi is going to be hectic. 

No proper roads and few diversions.

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Just now, Ranger said:

Nagpur to Varanasi is going to be hectic. 

 

May be he can push a little and halt at Jabalpur. 

I think Jabalpur is a big town, they will have some hotels?

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Just now, karthik said:

May be he can push a little and halt at Jabalpur. 

 

Agree with you.

 

But he is starting at 2PM.

If he starts early in the morning form Hyderabad.

Hyderabad -> Jabalpur -> Varanasi, will be an ideal choice. 

 

2 minutes ago, karthik said:

I think Jabalpur is a big town, they will have some hotels?

 

We stayed in some  hotel around 2014,

I don't remember the hotel name, but they have decent options. 

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It's really a stretch as he needs to cover 1250km.

Better to take a break.
Otherwise start early morning by 2 am from Hyderabad and around lunch time take some 1-2hrs break have a nap and start,

So he can reach Varanasi by night 9 - 10 pm..

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2 minutes ago, sahil said:

Better to take a break

 

Not possible in a single day, even with multiple drivers. 
He should take a break.

 

Question?
Nagpur or Jabalpur

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6 minutes ago, sahil said:

Otherwise start early morning by 2 am from Hyderabad and around lunch time take some 1-2hrs break

 

Roads are bad after Nagpur.
If roads are good, your plan looks good. 

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Roads are bad after Nagpur.
If roads are good, your plan looks good. 
How about taking break at Pench national park and do a break journey as it's on the way...I means take a day break...
I think on the way he needs to pass by few national parks..before reaching Varanasi...
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7 hours ago, karthik said:

 

May be he can push a little and halt at Jabalpur. 

I think Jabalpur is a big town, they will have some hotels?

My hometown is near Jabalpur, you can find a lot of decent hotels in the town. 

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16 hours ago, saurabh said:

My hometown is near Jabalpur, you can find a lot of decent hotels in the town. 

 

yes, Jabalpur is ideal for stopover. 

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