Bandra Terminus to Haridwar Jn Train Tickets
4 trains run to and fro between Mumbai and Haridwar, connecting the capital of Maharashtra to Haridwar. The trains run along the states of Rajasthan, Delhi, Gujarat and more. Haridwar features in holy scripts and is known for the drops of immortality by Garuda. The sky will remain clear around this time in Haridwar with a temperature of 13°C during the day.
The slowest of all the trains on this route is Dehradun EXP, taking 38 hours and 35 mins to cover 1630 kms. Unlike the fastest train, it passes through the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Haridwar EXP takes the least amount of time to reach the destination by covering a distance of 1616 kms in 28 hours and 05 mins. But it is available only on Wed. It leaves Bandra Terminus at 11:45 and arrives Haridwar Jn at 15:50 on the next day.
There is a high likelihood of a train passing through H Nizamuddin, Roorkee and Meerut City stations, as these are the most common stations along this route. 2 trains run directly between Bandra Terminus and Haridwar Jn namely, Dehradun EXP and Haridwar EXP.
You can opt for the earliest train, Dehradun EXP that leaves BDTS at 00:05 or catch the last train, Dehradun EXP departing PNVL at 11:00. If you want to try local specialities while travelling, you may like to travel by Dehradun EXP which halts at Ratlam Jn (12:20) and at Nagda Jn (14:15) where you can avail lunch.
Trip to Haridwar will be incomplete without exploring Har ki Pauri Ghat and Lakshman Jhula.