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The former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, Hampi remains an essential religious hub, housing the Virupaksha, Lakshmi Narasimha, Hemakuta Hill, Big Shivlinga and Vithala temples. The architectural ruins of Hampi are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rock-climbing enthusiasts will adore Hampi, considered the bouldering capital of India, and the city’s rocky landscape, dotted with ancient temple ruins, makes for a unique climbing experience.
It flourished as the last capital of the kingdom, and the aesthetic wealth of the rulers can be clearly seen in the monuments located here. The monarchs of Vijayanagara constructed numerous buildings, including temples, here that are a major attraction for tourists. These temples give an insight into the affluent lifestyle of those rulers and also the culture, prevailing at that time. On a heritage tour to Hampi, you will not only learn about the past of the area but a lot more.
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On meeting the team at Hospet, drive further to Hampi, about 12.5 km from here. The last capital of the Hindu kingdom of Vijayanagara, Hampi is now a peaceful village in Karnataka. The numerous monuments in this village that give a glimpse into the affluence of the rulers of the empire have earned a spot in the World Heritage Sites list of UNESCO.
After your arrival at the hotel in Hampi, get some rest. Post a savory breakfast, embark on a tour of the Hampi village to explore various monuments. The Dravidian architecture, which flourished during the rule of the Vijayanagara monarchs, is clearly recognizable in the historical buildings.
Take a break from the tour to enjoy lunch, and later continue exploring the village. With so many fascinating things to see here, you will enjoy every second of your time. Thereafter, sit back and admire the sight of the setting sun. Following the sunset, travel back to the hotel for dinner and a good night’s sleep.
Start the day with a filling breakfast, and then move to the Tungabhadra River for a coracle ride. Coracles are small, round boats that are usually made of cane and bamboo. The local people have been using these boats to cross rivers for a long time.
Later, explore the rest of the monuments of Hampi. Savor delicious South Indian dishes for lunch, and then continue exploring the area.
In this section of the Mumbai to Hampi tour package, you also visit Virupaksha Temple – one of the oldest and most significant temples in Hampi. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the shrine still draws a large number of devotees. It is believed to have been a pilgrimage destination since the 7th century. The grandeur of the temple will surely leave you spellbound.
After spending some time here, check-out from the hotel and leave for Hospet.
On reaching Hospet, step on the bus and proceed to Mumbai. En route the metropolis, stop for a while for dinner and then recommence the journey.
The heritage tour to Hampi concludes after you arrive in Mumbai | Pune, from where you are free to disperse.
For Mumbai People
Book bus which is leaving on Friday evening for Hospet.
VRL & SRS Travells leaving around 17:00 Hrs from Borivali.
For Pune People
Pune People can board into same bus from Wakad stop.
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