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Hampi, the city of ruins and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the major historical places of South India. It was noted for its wonderful palaces, holy temples, gigantic forts, big pavilions and stables for royal elephants.


  • Heritage Tour to Temples & Coracle Ride

Best Season:

September - February

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Arrive Bengaluru * On to Hampi(341 kms / approx. 5hours 57mins)

Arrive at Bengaluru Airport or Bengaluru Railway Station, you will be met and transferred to Hampi. On arrival check-in into your hotel.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
Overnight in Hampi.


After breakfast, visit the ancient ruins, which are spread over 26 sq km area. Many of these ancient ruins lie in and around Hampi Bazaar and the nearby riverside area that also comprises of the most sacred enclave of temples and ghats of the city. Here, we will also visit the highly religious temple of Chandramauleshwara temple, the Malyavanta Raghunathswamy temple, Hazara Rama temple, Hemkuta group of temples, Krishna temple and East of Hampi Bazaar, which is the UNESCO-listed 16th century Vittala Temple, the undisputed highlight of the ruins. In the afternoon, we will continue our journey and visit the Anegundi village by traversing the gushing Tunga Badra River on a coracle is an experience, which offers a glimpse of the traditional lifestyle in Karnataka.

Depart Hampi* On to Bengaluru (341 kms / approx. 5hours 57mins)

After breakfast you will be transferred back to Bengaluru Airport or Bengaluru Railway Station for your onward journey.

Notes -  

By Air : The nearest Airport is BellaryDomestic Airport (60Kms away)Bangalore International Airport (350 Kms away)
By Rail : -
By Road : Hampi is connected by road with:Hospet 13 kms, Bellary 64 kms andBangalore 341 kms
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