Written by

Goa is one of the best places to escape from Mumbai during the summer and there is no doubt about it. There are innumerable people who travel to and fro during these months for a relaxing break and so efforts are constantly made to ease their commute. Another such initiative for ensuring the same, which has recently been announced by the Central Railway is the decision to run six new Mumbai to Goa special summer trains.

Of these six additional trains, two trains will operate from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai to Karmali in Goa, and the others will operate between Panvel and Karmali with multiple halts en route. All these trains will serve around a 10 to 12 hour journey, making the commute hassle-free and easier with the help of their 15 sleeper class coaches and two general second class coaches. The fares without any change, will stay nominal.

goa by train

Image Source

The booking for these Mumbai to Goa special summer trains (on special charges) have been opened and can be made at all the PRS Centers and on the IRCTC website. The numbers of these special trains that will run between the two cities are 01127, 01128, 01129, 01130, 01131, and 01132. So, you can easily recognize these trains while making reservations if you’re unable to find them online otherwise.

Further Read: 17,000 Kms, 5 Countries & 1 Epic Bike Trip: Read The Thrilling Saga Of 4 Hyderabadi Bikernis

All in all, this sounds like a relief as it will help in cutting down the passenger rush, whilst ensuring every traveler gets to enjoy his or her summer break in the most hassle-free and economical way. So, don’t think further and let your dream trip to Goa become a reality!

Disclaimer: TravelTriangle claims no credit for images featured on our blog site unless otherwise noted. All visual content is copyrighted to its respectful owners. We try to link back to original sources whenever possible. If you own the rights to any of the images, and do not wish them to appear on TravelTriangle, please contact us and they will be promptly removed. We believe in providing proper attribution to the original author, artist or photographer.

Please Note: Any information published by TravelTriangle in any form of content is not intended to be a substitute for any kind of medical advice, and one must not take any action before consulting a professional medical expert of their own choice.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mumbai To Goa Special Summer Trains

Which station is best for Goa?

The major railway stations in Goa are Madgaon and Vasco-da-gama.

Which train is best for Mumbai to Goa?

There are various great trains that run from Mumbai and Goa and these are Mumbai CST-Karmali Tejas Express, Jan Shatabdi Express, Konkan Kanya Express, Mumbai CSTM-Mangalore Jn SuperFast Express, Mandovi Express.

Which is the new train from Mumbai to Goa?

The most famous overnight train from Mumbai to Goa has to be the 10111 Konkan Kanya Express. This is the train that leaves from Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus at 11.05 p.m. and reaches at Madgaon at 10.45 a.m. the next day.

What is the best way to travel from Mumbai to Goa?

If you are travelling from Mumbai to Goa then take the Jan Shatabdi Express.

What is the price of Tejas Express?

Tejas Express will cost you INR 1280 if you want to book the chair car and INR 2450 if you want to book executive chair car.

Can an unmarried couple travel in a coupe?

Yes, as long as you have a reservation in the 1st class AC and have an allotted coupe, you can travel in it. There are no rules as such that will prevent you from doing so.

What is Cabin in First AC?

There are cabins in First AC that would mean that there are four seats in each cabin. A coupe is also somewhat similar to a cabin but it has just two seats. First AC cabins are a lot more spacious and comfortable than the second or third AC coaches.

Category: Goa, Mumbai, Trending

Best Places To Visit In India By Month

Best Places To Visit Outside India By Month