Thiruvananthapuram to Goa by Road

Thiruvananthapuram is not only home to various interesting attractions, which include the exotic tourist destinations along its glimmering beaches and pictorial backwaters, but also a very popular getaway to some of the most fascinating tourist sites along and nearby the Malabar coastal region. One such striking location where tourists from across the world arrive to enjoy a perfect vacation is Goa, the smallest state of India in the region of Konkan.

Trivandrum

Travelling to Goa from Thiruvananthapuram by road

Be it the biggest city of Vasco da Gama or be it Panaji, the capital city of Goa, it is the one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, replete with innumerable historic sites and natural attractions. The ancient churches, old fortresses, famous temples and breathtaking beaches earn Goa its reputation as one of the best holiday option for the international travellers and the regional vacationers as well.

Tourists visiting Thiruvananthapuram often choose to travel across the entire coastal region of the Indian mainland and explore the southwestern shoreline of the nation. As such most of these travellers prefer to travel to Goa from Thiruvananthapuram by road, the distance on road from Trivandrum to Goa being around 970 kilometres. It takes about 20 hours to reach Goa from Thiruvananthapuram and the best means to travel to Goa from Trivandrum remains a rental car as there are no bus routes or bus services available from Thiruvananthapuram to Goa.

Goa from Housing Board Thampanoor Road

For the travellers departing from Thiruvananthapuram for Goa the first road to take is the Housing Board Thampanoor Road passing by the Railway Quarters that come on left. The next road to take is the National Highway 47 from an exit at the roundabout and after passing by Ganapathy Kovil, Nikunjam City Square and Kalyan Jewellers the route shifts to the left along the Ambujavilasam Road. The Intercad Systems come on the right and the route continues up the Uppidamoodu Bridge from the 2nd exit at Mathrubhumi Square. From the bridge the tourists have to turn right for the Kaithamukku Petta Road and passing by the Passport Office have to turn left to continue travelling along the Palayam Airport Road. After Arun Medicals come on the right the route moves along the 3rd exit of a roundabout and commences along the NH 47 Bypass Road. After the Skoda Showroom and then the Kazhakutton Service Co-Operative Bank come to the left the route continues along the Kollam Bypass Road.

Kollam-Thirumangalam Highway to Goa

After a distance of 5 Kilometres the route shifts left to continue along the Kollam-Thirumangalam Highway, which is also known as National Highway 220, National Highway 208 and Theni Highway. The third exit of Chinnakkada roundabout takes the route to National Highway 47. After about 81 Kilometres of distance the route shifts left to continue along the Palace Road and within 1 Kilometre turns right to Alissery Road. The route continues along the Edapally – Panvel Highway from the Edapally Signal Junction and at about 4.6 Kilometres the route shifts right from the Cheranalloor Signal and continues along the Edapally – Panvel Highway and turns further right at Cheriyappilly Junction continuing along the same highway. The Kandakarnan Temple comes at the right of the highway and the route shifts right along this highway from Thekke Naalu Vazhi. Muthoot Finance comes to the left and the route shift left from Kingini Stores & Stove Centre and continues along Edapally – Panvel Highway.

St. Joseph Church to Goa from Edapally – Panvel Highway

St. Joseph Church comes on the left and the route shifts left along the same Edapally – Panvel Highway. After Medicare Hospital comes to the left of the highway the route moves left from Dhanalakshmi along this highway. The travellers find Crystal Add at the right hand side of the road and continue along the highway from the 3rd left. Next on the route one gets the V. V. Shopping Complex and the route shifts a bit left from here. The HP Pump comes on the right and the route moves right continuing along the same highway and shifting right again from Ajmal Textiles after the Manathala Juma Masjid comes on the left. The route further continues straight along the Edapally – Panvel Highway, also known as the Ponnani-Kuttipuram Road crossing the Chamra Vattam Junction.

Chamra Vattam to Goa

After a distance of about 4.4 Kilometres the route shifts left up to the Chamra Vattam Regulator, also known as the bridge or the Tirur-Ponnani Road. The Chamra Vattam Jama Masjid comes on the left and at a distance of 1.4 Kilometres away from the masjid the route shifts right continuing along the same road. Bharat Petroleum comes at the right of the road and at a distance of 11.3 Kilometres from this point the route shifts right from Thazhe Palam continuing along the Tirur – Malappuram – Manjeri Road, also known as the State Highway 71. After two roundabouts and the Petrol Pump at Talakadatur, the route shifts left to continue along the Vailathur Kozhichena Road. The fish market comes to the right and the route continues straight along the Kavappura Parappar Road besides the Adrissery Medicals.

Karingapara Road to Goa

Continuing further straight along the Karingapara Road, known as the Tirur Calicut Short, the route moves right after the Karingapara Mosque comes on the left. At a distance of 1.2 Kilometres from this place the route shifts right along the same road and the Salafi Masjid comes on the right of the road at some distance. The route shifts left after a distance of 1.6 Kilometres from this point and continues along the Edapally – Panvel Highway. After 1 roundabout and the HP Fuel Station that comes along this route, at a distance of 25.6 Kilometres the route shifts along the 2nd exit from the Ramanattukara-Bypass Circle and continues along the partial toll road, 2 roundabouts, the Indian Oil Petrol Bunk coming on the left after about a distance of about 7.3 Kilometres. After a distance of about 22.4 Kilometres the route shifts right from the BP fuel station to continue along State Highway 54, also known as State Highway 54.

Destination Goa

Masjid Hilal – Salafi Masjid to Goa

The Atholi Station comes to the right of the route and at Masjid Hilal – Salafi Masjid, the route continues towards left along the State Highway 68, which is also known as the Kappad – Thusharagri – Adivaram Road. The Juma Masjid comes on the left and the route shifts right to continue along the Edapally – Panvel Highway from Rose Medicals the Thiruvangoor Primary Health Center. After a distance of 45.8 Kilometres the route moves left from the KTC Petrol Pump and continues along the same highway. Corner Wines comes on the left and the route shifts left on the same highway. The route continues along the partial toll road and the gas station comes to the left of the highway at a distance of about 9.6 Kilometres. At a distance of about 10.3 Kilometres from this point the route shifts left from Road 3 Kannur and continues along the same highway. After 1 roundabout and the Indira Petrol Bunk coming on the right, the route shifts left to continue along the Payangadi-Valapattanam Road. Sree Krishna Petrol Bunk comes to the left of the highway and the route continues straight from stamp paper to continue along the Pazhayangadi-Matool Road. The Madayi Village Office comes on the left and the route shifts a little left from the Panchayat Office to continue along the same road.

Chumaduthangi Sree Muthappan Temple to Goa

Chumaduthangi Sree Muthappan Temple comes to the right of the route and at PMJ Wood Industries the route continues along the Edapally – Panvel Highway. The petrol pump comes to the right at 28.2 Kilometres and after a distance of about 30.2 Kilometres from this point the route shifts left along the same highway. After 1 roundabout and the petrol pump, the 2nd exit from the next roundabout takes the route along State Highway 57, also known as the Kasaragod – Kanhangad Road. After the Indian Oil Petrol Bunk comes to the right of the road the route shifts right from City Gold at about 24.1 Kilometres and continue along the same highway. Vijaya Bank comes on the left and the 1st exit from the roundabout takes the route along the Edapally – Panvel Highway.

Solapur – Mangalore Highway to Goa

After another roundabout and the Century Park coming on the right, the route shifts along the National Highway 13 or the Solapur – Mangalore Highway from the 3rd exit of the next roundabout at about 46.3 Kilometres from Century Park. The Flounge Finest Furniture comes to the left of the route continuing along the National Highway 13 and shifts left to continue along the KMC Mercara Trunk Road. After continuing along this road for a distance of about 49 Kilometres the shifts right to continue along the Edapally – Panvel Highway. The Uchila Bus Stand comes to the right and after continuing for 327 Kilometres along the same highway the route shifts right to the Ambaulim – Bali – Fatorpa – Quitol – Caiguinim.

Quepem – Curchorem Road to Goa

The Somnath Temple comes to the left at 3.6 Kilometres and the route continues straight up to Quepem – Ambaulim – Cuncolim – Assolna. The HDFC Bank comes on the left and the 2nd exit of the roundabout takes the route to Quepem – Curchorem Road. The Dukles Panchayat comes on the left and the route moves right up to Curchorem – Ponda Road/SH 6. After 1 roundabout and the Ravindra Bhavan, which comes on the left, the route shifts right from the gas station after 2 Kilometres of distance. The Sanvordem Village Panchayat comes to the right and the route shifts left after 3.7 Kilometres for continuing along SH 7. At about 1.7 Kilometres the route shifts left, it again moves left from there at a distance of 2.5 Kilometres and from this point at a distance of 1.6 Kilometres the route finally takes the travellers to Goa.

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