Patna to Goa

Make Patna to Goa Travel Experience A Life Changing One!

Right from the rules of Mughals, Guptas, Mauryas, Nandas, Haryankas, Sultans to Nawabs; the city of Patna has always been in the headlines and well known for her rulers. Even today the historic senses are still vibrant in every form within the city. Since the time of Quit India Movement this place is pulsating with talents and intelligently witty people.




Delicacies like Litti Chokha, Daal Pitha and sweets like Tilkut, Khaja and Ansara will make your food life even delicious and sugary. So once you decide to complete this trip if going to Goa is in, then- Patna to Goa has some routes worth to try.

Goa is the synonym of Vacation and hard core party. The beaches, booze, fulfilling entertainment and the best part – the greenery, just makes it so apt to be there every time you plan trips. Goa beaches are the best escape with its cool breeze and adventurous soul.

The road distance is 1,984 km. The rail distance is 2,290 km. The aerial distance is 1,626 km.

How to Reach Goa from Patna by Road

Patna to Goa by Road via NH7 takes 37 hours to complete the journey. You can stop at roadside dhabas to enjoy the scrumptious meals and the landscapes. You may want to drive in your own care or hire a private taxi.

How to Reach Goa from Patna by Train

Several trains operate between the two destinations. It takes 39 hours to reach the destination because the rail route crosses five states. Trains like Pnbe Vsg Expres (12742) ply between the two cities, weekly.

How to Reach Goa from Patna by Flight

The fastest way to reach Goa from Patna is by air. Patna to Goa by Air takes 7h 05m. You can take IndiGo flight from Patna to Mumbai then take Air India from Mumbai to Goa.

On the other hand, apart from people, the places in Patna like:

Bodhgaya enlightens the preaching of Lord Buddha and shows us the reality once we peep inside those structures there.

Golgarh takes you afar from today’s easy means of food to yesterday’s Famine times where this dome room was the granary for the Army.

Gurudwars like Pahila Bara, Gobind Ghat, Guru ka Bagh, Bal Leela and Handi Sahab – some of those pious and serene oriented places are not worth missing.