Train times & tickets – Delhi to to Thiruvananthapuram

There is only one train service from Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram which runs every day of the week: the famous Kerala Express (Train #12626). There are 9 other direct train services from Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram which only run on some days each week. Whichever train you take you will spend 2 nights on the train to reach your end destination.


Train Times to Thiruvananthapuram


The Kerala Express and 3 other train services to Thiruvananthapuram depart from New Delhi Railway Station, another six services to Thiruvananthapuram which only run on certain days of the week depart from a different train station in Delhi – Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station.

Train Number New Delhi Railway Station Thiruvananthapuram Central Station
12626 11:25 14:45

  • Fastest Train: The fastest train from Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram is Train #12432 departing from Delhi – Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays at 10:55 and scheduled to arrive in Thiruvananthapuram 45 hours and 35 minutes later.
  • Slowest Train: The slowest train from Delhi to Thiruvananthapuram is Train #22634 departing from departing from Delhi – Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station on Fridays at 23:35 and scheduled to arrive in Thiruvananthapuram 53 hours and 50 minutes later.

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Location New Delhi Railway Station


New Delhi Railway Station is 14.6 km by road from Indira Gandhi International Airport.


Location of Thiruvananthapuram Central Station


Thiruvananthapuram Central Station is 14.4 km by road from Kovalam Beach.


About Kovalam Beach


Kovalam Beach is not far from Thiruvananthapuram, a taxi from the town to the beach will cost you around $6 to $7 USD and the same journey by auto-ricksaw should cost about $2.5 USD. The journey by public bus costs 8 INR (12 cents). Kovalam beach is a tourist hot spot, both for foreigners and in the larger part Indian people on holiday, and has been since around the 1930s after the local Maharajah decided that they liked the area and built a palace there. Its sometimes crowded, slightly overpriced and as a foreigner you will get approached a lot by people wanting to sell you things or just to get your money. However, these annoyances aside Kovalam beach is a great place and there are affordable places to stay in the area around the beach as well places to eat and drink.

Kerala has some fantastic beaches

Kerala has some fantastic beaches

Kovalam beach is in fact three beaches, each separated by a rocky headland. The most southerly and most popular of the three beaches is Lighthouse which, as the name suggests, features a lighthouse built on a small hill behind the beach. The next popular beach is Hawah beach, which is where the local fishing fleet departs from in the morning, which is a popular attraction in its own right. The quietest of the three beaches is Samudra beach as fewer tourists go there.

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