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A few weeks back we went to explore Hampi and it was a fun experience, We had a good family time there. We went to Virupaksha Temple, Kadalekalu Ganesh...
We visited last weekend here and We saw a lot of beautiful temples and thanks to our great & very knowledgeable driver/guide, we learned a lot about th...
Trip Location: Bangalore
The driver will pick you up from your hotel/residence at the specified time in Bangalore as included in Hampi tour package from Bangalore
After pick-up, we start our journey from Bangalore to Hampi, it would take about 8 hours inclusive of your refreshment breaks to reach Hampi.
Bangalore to Hampi distance is 349 km and the highway till Chitradurga on the route is very good.
On reaching Hampi you can first check-in at your hotel or accommodation. After freshening up, we can begin the Hampi sightseeing tour.
The following suggested places will be covered on your arrival as included in Hampi tour package from Bangalore:
Virupaksha Temple - The most famous temple in Hampi
Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex
Hampi Bazaar - a vibrant place filled with stalls of clothes and antiques.
Monolithic Ugra Narasimha Statue - Although partly destroyed by invaders, still a must-see attraction
Tungabhadra River Ghat - You take a ferry from here to go to the other side of the river.
Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple
On completion of your first-day tour, you will be dropped at your hotel Hampi (booked by you).
You can start your day 2 of Hampi package from Bangalore as per your convenience. An early start to the day is recommended.
As per the Hampi package from Bangalore following places in Hampi can be covered today depending upon time on your hand.
Stepped Tank/Royal Enclosure
Elephant Stables - Indo-Islamic style structure used as the stables for the royal elephants
Lotus Mahal - Beautiful monument with tranquil gardens, arches & elaborate carvings.
Zenana Enclosure - a walled compound reserved for the royal women
Hazara Rama Temple - situated close to Zenana Enclosure & Lotus Mahal
Vithala Temple Complex - Location of the famous landmark of Hampi, the Stone Chariot
Monolith Bull/Queen's Bath
Archaeological Museum - Near Vithala Temple Complex
Achyutaraya Temple - temple ruins with ornamental detailed carvings & sculpted pillars
You can have your lunch in Hampi or at a restaurant on your way back.
After the completion of your tour of Hampi, you will be dropped back at your hotel in Bangalore.
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A few weeks back we went to explore Hampi and it was a fun experience, We had a good family time there. We went to Virupaksha Temple, Kadalekalu Ganesha, Tungabhadra River Ghat, Mahanavami Dibba, and many more temples. The facilities provided on trip was very nice, It was a fun experience. Thanks, Thrillophilia.
Rated : 5.0
We visited last weekend here and We saw a lot of beautiful temples and thanks to our great & very knowledgeable driver/guide, we learned a lot about that place. we have visited many hidden places there, very interesting and enjoyable trip.
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Very great management with experience and sincere driver. He guides us very well and visited many place, must visit, this is great place .
Hampi is a UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site spread in an area of about 40 square kilometres, with more than 500 ancient monuments and temples. The major areas to visit in Hampi can be classified into 2 major sections: The Hampi Bazaar and the Royal Center near Kamalapuram.
The city of ruins located around the Tungabhadra River can be conveniently included in two days leaving time for you to embrace the history and culture it has to offer. The Hampi Tour from Bangalore promises to be of appropriate duration and convenience.
The Hampi Tour from Bangalore is so planned that gives you appropriate time to cover all the must-visit places in Hampi and also take a little time out for yourselves. You will start from Bangalore early in the morning and reach Hampi by mid-day to visit Ugra Narasimha, Badavi Linga, Balakrishna Temple, Hemakuta Hill, and Virupaksha Temple, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and located in the Hampi Bazaar area. You can later spend some time near the Tungabhadra river in the evening.
Stay overnight in a hotel in Hampi. The next day you proceed towards the Royal Center area and visit the 15th-century Vijaya Vittala Temple, which is one of the most significant historical structures in Hampi and famous for the Stone Chariot. It houses a Hanuman Temple, Durga Temple, a stepped well and many other small temples with beautiful carvings.
You will also visit the Royal Enclosures and Anegundi Fort, which are a treat to the eyes. After visiting all the places, you will head back to Bangalore.
Hampi is well connected with Bangalore, and the cheapest way to get there is to take one of the direct buses that are available frequently.
The nearest airport is Bellary which is 60 km away, and Hubli which is 145 km away. You can get domestic tickets from Bangalore to Bellary or Hubli.
You can also take a private taxi from Bangalore Airport to Hampi, which is a journey of about 350 km. In the Hampi Tour Package from Bangalore, transportation from Bangalore is provided for, and you do not need to arrange for the same.
It is possible to visit this World Heritage Site in a day if you’re already in Hampi.
The ancient city of Hampi is a UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site which mainly comprises the remnants of the Capital City of Vijayanagar Empire.
The Hampi Tour from Bangalore takes you through the city like no other tour. It is famous for the excellent artistry on temples and monolithic sculptures that have been carved out of stone.
Heaps of giant boulders, mysterious terrains, palm trees, banana plantations, and paddy fields make Hampi a must-visit destination. The majestic ruins of Hampi attract visitors from all over the world.
Located in the Tungabhadra Basin in the Bellary District of Central Karnataka with over 500 beautiful temples, ancient monuments, and great sculptors, every inch of this place depicts stories of its rich cultural heritage making Hampi a historical delight for travellers.
Apart from the knowledge it imparts to its visitors, Hampi is famous for the vast boulder-strewn landscape which seeks climbers from all over the world. Climbing equipment is available in the Hampi Bazaar, making it an ideal place for any adventure-seeking traveller.
You can also find various cuisines from all over the world to delight your taste buds while relaxing in the evening on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. The enchanting ruins, history, culture and religion altogether make Hampi special.
It is best to visit Hampi during the winter months from October to February. The weather is relatively cold and perfect for exploring the city. The Vijaya Utsava, one of the most important festivals in Hampi, is celebrated in November.
Hampi is a safe and peaceful place with solo travellers frequenting the city, especially backpackers and people of the climbing community. However, you should exercise standard precautions and stay away from the ruins after dark.
Hampi is located at a distance of 350 km from Bangalore.
You can relax around the Tungabhadra river in the evening and visit one of the many cafes in the Hampi Bazaar. You can find many cafes and eating joints in Hampi where you can relax and socialize during the night.
The restaurants serve local South Indian cuisine, as well as Continental food, including bread, cakes, cookies, pita bread, hummus, and pasta.
If you are visiting during the Hampi Utsav, the city is illuminated with bright lights, and the monuments seem even more beautiful and are a sight to behold.
Hampi is a religious town, and alcohol consumption and smoking are entirely prohibited in the temple town. The outside town is also dry, and people in the area do not prefer guests drinking alcohol.
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