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Road trip from Nagpur to Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mysuru, Kochi, Munnar.

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Hi All,

Hope everyone in this forum are doing great. I am planning for a on road Vacation from 1st May for around 13 days. I am planning to start from Nagpur on Ist May. The route I am planning is as follows: Nagpur - Hyderabad- Bengaluru ( or night halt at any place closer to Blore).

Blore- Mysuru (Overbite stay at Mysuru)

Mysuru- Ooty ( 2 nights stay in Ooty)

Ooty- Kochi (2 nights stay in Kochi)

Kochi- Munnar(2 Nights)

Munnar- Blore(night stay in blore)

Blore-Hyd(night Stay in Hyd)



It would be great to hear from you all regarding the above mentioned route, and any recommendations for the same. I have idea of the roads from Ngp till Hyd and post that no idea. It would be great if you could kindly help me with any info on the same.


thanks in advance.




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Nagpur to Hyderabad : 

Roads excellent except for few bad patches close to Nagpur. 


Hyderabad to Bangalore :

Roads are excellent, has plenty of food courts en-route. 


Bangalore to Mysuru:

Roads are good, but traffic will be on higher side. Make sure you start early in the morning from Bangalore(5AM)


Mysuru- Ooty :

Two routes, take 36 hair pin route, it is fun to drive, start early in the morning from Mysuru and book a forest visit at Madhumalai forest. Keep in mind that Ooty is over crowded in summer. Book your accommodations in advance with free cancellation. 


Ooty- Kochi :

Single lane roads, but roads are good. Progress will be slow. Stay in Alappuzha instead of Kochi. There are plenty of beach hotels.


Kochi- Munnar:

Roads are good but ghat section progress is slow


Munnar- Bangalore:

Time consuming and drive will be hectic, Roads are good. 

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