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How to reach Kasargod

The northernmost region of Kerala, Kasaragod lies on the seacoast and outskirts of Coorg and Mangalore regions of Karnataka in the East and North bearings. Kasargod is all around associated by road and rail to other major urban communities however not via air.

How to Reach Kasargod by Flight

Mangalore Airport is nearest to Kasargod which is situated about 60km far from Kasargod. In the event that you come through the south, then the closest terminal will be Kochi International Airport at a distance of 350 km. The air terminals get flights from the all over the country and from also from few different nations.

How to Reach Kasargod by Train

Kasargod claims its very own railroad station which connects interfaces the town to many major areas of the nation including Goa, Jaipur, Surat, Jammu Tawi, Mangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Trivandrum and Coimbatore and so on. Practically all Express trains will stop in these stations.

How to Reach Kasargod by Bus

Heading out by road to Kasargod is generally less expensive. There is KSRTC as well as private transport administrations buses accessible to reach Kasargod. Indeed, a few intercity and intra-city transport administration buses utilize therefrom adjacent towns of Kasargod.

How to Reach Kasargod by Road

Kasargod has a wide system of road that associate it with the remainder of Kerala and as it were, the entire of India. The beautiful scene is the reward highlight of going by road. In the event that you would select to go by your own self-driving, you could wish to take any of the 3 courses that are referenced beneath.

Highway 1: Bengaluru - Nelamangala - Kunigal - Hassan - Sakleshpur - Subrahmanya - Kasaragod, by means of Bandaka-Bengaluru Road

Highway 2: Bengaluru - Ramanagara - Mandya - Hunsur - Madikeri - Sullia - Kasaragod, by means of National Highway 275

Highway 3: Bengaluru - Kanakapura - Malavalli - Mysuru - Hunsur - Madikeri - Sullia - Kasaragod, by means of National Highway 209 and 275.

How to travel within Kasargod

Kasargod is a city which offers numerous methods of transportation to move within for its visitors. Taking a transport bus is the least expensive approach to go through the city while auto rickshaws are likewise a decent method of transportation. One can likewise lease a private vehicle. Nonetheless, in the event that you are a tourist, at that point taxi is a standout amongst the best alternatives accessible in the city.