2 Days
2018-05-08 - 2018-05-10

Book @ ₹3,890/-

Tour details

Hampi, the capital of erstwhile Vijayanagar empire and UNESCO world heritage site. In this tour package you can wonder at the architectural grandeur and at the same time be appalled at human disregard for such wonder. Hampi is charismatic even in its ruined state. Explore the royal heritage of Karnataka.

Price Includes

-02 Nights accommodation with daily breakfast at Hampi

Price Excludes

-Things not mentioned in package inclusions.


Day 1 Bangalore to Hampi (343 km | approx. 6 hours)

Our representative will welcome you at Bangalore and drive to Hampi, an ancient village located amidst the ruins if the erstwhile Vijayanagar dynasty. Hampi, the UNESCO World heritage site has been attracting many tourists from all over the world. This historical place known for exquisite temples, the ruins of famous monuments built during the Vijayanagar empirical rule. On arrival at Hospet, check in to the hotel/resort. Evening, if time permits, proceed to visit Tungabhadra Dam, constructed across the Tungabhadra River. Return to the hotel and overnight stay at the hotel/resort.

Day 2 Hampi Sightseeing

After Breakfast, drive to Hampi for Sightseeing (Virupaksha Temple, Kadale Kalu Ganesha, Sasive Kalu Ganesha, Krishna Temple, Lakshmi Narasimha, Badavi Linga, Sister Stones, Underground Temple, Mint House, Lotus Mahal, Elephant Stables, Hazara Rama Temple, Palace Area, Mahanavami Dibba, Queen's Bath). After Lunch visit Vijaya Vittala Temple (Stone Chariot), King's Balance, Purandara Mantapa, Old Pillar Bridge and evening return to the hotel and overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 3 Hampi to Bangalore (343 km | approx. 6 hours)

Morning, after breakfast, check out the hotel and drive to Chitradurga. Chitradurga is a historical place and well-known for Chitradurga Fort which is impregnable stone fort. Chitradurga Fort was built between the 10th and 18th centuries by the kings various dynasties during that period. It is called Yelu Suttina Kote in Kannada language as it comprises a series of seven enclosure walls. The fort's many interconnecting tanks were used to harvest rainwater, and the fort was said to never suffer from a water shortage. This seemingly impregnable fort has 19 gateways, 38 posterior entrances, a palace, a mosque, granaries, oil pits, four secret entrances and water tanks. Then drive to Bangalore. On arrival at Bangalore, you will be transferred to the Airport or Railway station or Hotel. Trip ends with the delightful memories of Hampi.



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