KSRTC offers exciting budget tourism trips to various destinations

Special boards have also been put up on the front and rear of these buses displaying the fare cuts too lure riders. Photo: Manorama Online

The budget tourism cell of the KSRTC will be flagging off a number of leisure trips during the Onam season from Kollam. Up to thirty trips would be organized this month itself. The two-day Munnar trip that begins at 5 am on August 13 costs Rs 1450 per head, including food and accommodation. The Konni – Kumbavurutty trip is on August 13 and the Thrissur Nalambalam trip begins at 10 am on August 14.

Meanwhile, the journey to the Nalambalam or the four temples in Kottayam has been scheduled on August 15. Another trip to Ambanad Hills too has been planned on the same day. The rate for the Ambanad – Palaruvi – Thenmala trip, including the entrance ticket fee, is Rs 770 per head. The Gavi services scheduled on 14, 19, 27 and 30 begin at 5 am from the KSRTC bus stand in Kollam. The charge for this trip is Rs 1,650; it includes food, entrance fee and boating fee.

Meanwhile, the pilgrimage trip to Kudamaloor and Bharananganam churches, where the holy remains of St. Alphonsa are kept, will begin at 6 am on August 19, on the birth anniversary of the saint. This journey would also cover Kripasanam, Thanki church and Poomkavu church. The first trip to the eco-tourism centre in Paniyeliporu is scheduled on August 20. Besides, there will be a Wagamon trip on the same day. On August 27, one-day trips are planned to Idukki Dam – Calvary Mount and Kanyakumari. The Munnar and Wayanad trips are on August 30 and Adavi – Achankovil journey is on August 31. Ph – 9747969768, 9496110124, 7909159256. 

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