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Best route reach Hubli from Hyderabad


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14 hours ago, Chandrakant said:

 

I am planning for 4 days tour for Dandeli and Gokarna.

 

Can anyone update on road conditions and best route from Hyderabad to Hubli/Gokarna

 

Other suggestions for these places are also welcome

 

 

Hi @chandrakant, Considering your start point as Gachibowli, suggested route would be

 

Day - 1

Gachibowli - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Gadag - Hubbali - Dharwad - Dandeli

Road till Dharwad is good all the way which will take you less than 12 hours for about ~500 kms.

The next 70 kms to reach Dandeli resorts will take you about 2 hours through the forest due to the road conditions.

 

Day - 2

Spend the day in Dandeli doing activities like Water rafting, Natural water Jacuzzi, Kayaking and forest trails.

 

Day - 3 (Dandeli - Gokarna)

There are usually 2 routes to reach Gokarna.

Route 1: Dandeli - Kulgi - Bhagvati - Idgundi - Hiregutti - Gokarna

Shortest route (ghat section) - 3 hours drive for 130 kms

Route 2 : Dandeli - Kumbarwada - Anshi National park - Karwar - Ankola - Gokarna

The above route measures about 170 kms and takes 4 hours. More enjoyable drive and scenic than Route 1 as it involves the ghat drive and a coastal drive from Karwar.

 

Start off early around 6 AM to enjoy the drive. You will reach Gokarna before 10 AM and the rest of the day is yours at Gokarna to enjoy the beautiful beaches.

 

Day - 4

Gokarna - Hubbali - Sindhanur - Raichur - Mahbubnagar - Gachibowli

 

650 kms and 14 - 15 hours including breaks. Make sure you start early to cover up more miles by escaping early morning city traffic near Hubbali.

 

Drive Safe and Have a great trip ahead :)

 

 

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12 hours ago, Vaseem said:

Hi Guys,

 

I have planned to visit Dandeli this month last week, Any one with recent experience on the Road condition from Hyderabad->Hubli->Dandeli? 

 

Hi Vaseem,

Hyderabad to Dandeli can be done in 14 hours including a breakfast stop and a lunch break.

The best available route would be Hyderabad - Mahbubnagar - Raichur - Sindhanur - Dharwad - Dandeli

 

The roads until Mahbubnagar is excellent.. And it starts to deteriorate from Deosugur - Raichur - Sindhanur  

 

I hope this helps you for your road trip.. Do share us your feedback on the road conditions after you are done with your trip :) Drive safe

 

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Hi Sagar,
 
 Thanks for the Route-Details. Sure I will update the Road condition once done with Trip. I hope the conditions of the road to be good or at least average.
This route has lot of speed breakers and time taking. Try to go via rout 1 - Raichur, sindhanur, Gangavathi
Or try rout 2 - humnabad , Gulburga, Bijapur, bhagalkot, Hubli....
I feel route 2 is better and takes less time..
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