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Hampi Gateway 2N/3D

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Hampi Gateway 2N/3D

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The kabini Forest Reserve is one of the most popular wildlife destinations of Karnataka.

Tungabhadra Dam – It is located near Hospet and built across the Tungabhadra River. The dam offers excellent views of the surroundings. It is one of the biggest multipurpose dams in Karnataka.

Sree Virupaksha Temple – It is a Shiva temple and one of the most impressive and visited monuments of Hampi. You will find stone inscriptions dating back to 7 century on the walls of the temple.

Monolith Bull – The Monolith bull or Nandi temple is placed just opposite Sree Virupaksha temple. The sculpture is widely known for its massive stature and it is known to be over 500 years old.

Matanga Hill – It is the highest point of the hill and from the top, you can enjoy a bird’s eye view of Hampi.

Kadalekalu Ganesh – Kadalekalu Ganesh is a famous religious attraction in Hampi. The statue is about 4.6mtrs high. The statue is carved out from a single stone and the belly of Lord Ganesha resembles Kadalekalu (Bengal gram).

Badavilinga temple – It is a beautiful temple of Lord Shiva. The beautiful linga is carved out of a black stone and around 3mtrs high. It is also the biggest Shivlinga in Hampi.

Laxmi Narasimha Temple – It is situated near Badavilinga temple. It is also known to be the biggest monolith statue in Hampi, where Lord Narasimha is sitting on a snake with seven heads in a yoga position. The idol of Goddess Laxmi is placed with Lord Narasimha.

Palace of Vira Harihara – Another place to visit in Hampi is the Palace of Vira Harihara.

Hazara Ram Temple – As the name suggests this temple is dedicated to Lord Rama. It is a world heritage site that dates back to 15 century. The walls of this temple are eager to illustrate the entire Ramayana flow before its visitors.

Elephant Stables – It served as an enclosure for royal elephants. It is a long building homing to a series of dome-shaped chambers, around 11 in the count, and some are interconnected.

2 Nights 3 Days
12+ Age
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 8:45 AM for a prompt departure at 9:00 AM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Comfortable athletic clothing.
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Day 1: Hubballi - Hospet (155Kms/3-4 Hrs)

Arrive at Hubballi airport and drive to Hospet. Hospet is located 12 Kms from Hampi.  Hampi is known for the ruins of the Vijaynagar Empire and it is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. In the evening visit the Tungabhadra dam. Overnight, stay at a hotel at Hospet.
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Day 2: Hospet - Hampi (12Kms/one way)

After breakfast, visit Hampi to explore the surroundings. Visit Sree Virupaksha temple, Matanga hill, Monolith bull, Kadalekalu Ganesha, Badavilinga temple, Laxmi Narasimha temple, and Palace of Vira Harihara, Hazara Ram Temple, and Elephant stables. Return to Hospet by evening. Overnight, stay at a hotel at Hospet.
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Day 3: Hospet - Hubballi (155Kms/3-4 Hrs)

After breakfast check out from the hotel and drop at Hubballi airport for onward journey.

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