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Hampi Holidays Package

 

Hampi Holidays Package: Overview

Hampi is well famous village and said to be temple town in Karnataka. It was one of the Richest and largest cities in the world. It has famous temples and Monuments to visit and get knowledge about Vijayanagara Empire. Holidaytravel.co designed Hampi Holidays Package for you to visit and explore your holiday. In this tour package you will covered all the famous places of Hampi and we will provides several faculties to make your holiday comfort. Package is well designed or suited for Family, kids or Couples

 

 

Package Highlights

  • Well recognize places to visit

  • Attraction towards Vijayanagare Empir

  • Hampi city is famous as Temple town

  • Historical land mark in India: Zenana Enclosure

  • Famous and dedicated Hindu Temple: Shivlinga, Hazara Rama Temple, Virupaksha Temple


Hampi Holidays Package - Rates & Dates


Package Inclusion

  • 3 Nights accommodation at well furnished room

  • Well ranked hotel

  • Breakfast + Dinner

  • 3 Day site seeing of Hampi

  • Personal Ac swift desire for 4 Days

  • Parking + Toll tax + Driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Package Exclusion

  • Any airfare/ Railway fare

  • Any entry fees

  • Lunch

  • 4.5% Gst tax

 

Hampi Holidays Package: Hotels

2 Star – Kishkinda Heritage Resort TA Rank (3.5) – Certificate of Excellence

3 Star – Hampi’s Boulders TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence

5 Star - Royal Orchid Central Kireeti TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence


Hampi Holidays Package - Itinerary

After arrived at Bellary airport or Hampi railway station and meet with our representative and they will meet you with warm welcome and transfer to hotel. After freshen up and you may have lunch at same hotel later you will visit some famous places of Hampi which includes Virupaksha Temple, Queen's Bath, Vijaya Vittala Temple and Elephant Stables, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel

 

Day 01: FOOD

Lunch: Served at same hotel - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel – Included

After breakfast you will visit some more famous places of Hampi which includes Hazara Rama Temple, Hemakuta Hill Temple, Shivlinga, after that you will visit Hampi Roof Restaurant later you will visit Matanga Hill, Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, in the evening you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel

 

Day 02: FOOD

Breakfast: Served at same hotel - Included

Lunch: You may have lunch at Hampi Roof Restaurant (TA Rank 4.5) it serves south Indian food - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included

After breakfast you will visit some places of Hampi which are Zenana Enclosure, Hanuman Temple, Rock climbing, ASI Museum, after that you will come back to hotel for lunch and rest for some hours, in the evening you will enjoy your time by performing indoor activity in hotel. Overnight stay with dinner Hampi hotel

 

Day 03: FOOD

Breakfast: Served at same hotel - Included

Lunch:  Served at same hotel - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included

After breakfast you will drop to Bellary airport or Hampi railway station for onwards journey. Tours and services gets end here

 

Day 04: Departs from Hampi

Breakfast: served at same hotel – Included

Other Attraction in Hampi

Queen's Bath was a royal bath constructed for the kings and wives to take bath and is located in Hampi. Basically, it is a rectangular building, which has a long veranda inside that leads to a square tank of 6 feet depth from all sides. During the Kings reign, water in the tank is believed to be filled with perfumes and fragrance flowers for the royal bath. The architecture resembles an Indo-Saracenic style and looks more like Islamic style than the Hindu style. A part of the Royal Enclosure, this aquatic enclosure was the Royal bath during the times of the Vijayanagra Empire. It was built in such a way that no outsiders could enter the bath, and has lost much to ruins at the date.

Vittala Temple Complex is one of the major tourist attractions in Hampi. The complex and its structures embody the pinnacle of Dravidian temple architectural style. The name of the temple ‘Vittala’ itself defines the history behind. The most impressive structure in Hampi, the Vithala Temple dates back to the 16th century and is a truly splendid example of rich architecture.  Vittala temple has extraordinary pillared halls and the stone chariot and is also the chief attraction of the temple. Also, present are an array of sculptures on the giant granite pillars carved in the halls.

the Lotus Palace seems to occupy a distinguished position. This distinguished structure forms a part of the Zenana Mahal, that served as a secluded area for the women folks of the royal families of Viyajnagara Empire. One stunning feature of Lotus Palace is that it is one of those edifices of Hampi that remained undamaged during the siege of the city. is a monument that stands out in its design and style from most of the structures of Hampi. Another complex, for royal women, this one gets its name from the lotus-like dome

The Hazara Ramaswamy temple is located at the heart of the historical town of Hampi. It is a small temple in comparison with the others at Hampi. The outside walls of the temple are decorated with sequences from the Ramayana. his was a place of worship for the royals. The walls and pillars are beautifully adorned with fascinating carvings, including the outside walls of the compound. This temple is smaller in size compared to the others in Hampi.

Hemakuta Hill near Hampi is famous for its cluster of temples, archways and pavilions scattered all over the top. Most of these are dedicated to Lord Shiva and are built in 10th century AD. It takes only 15 minutes to climb to the top from the famous Viroopaksha Temple at the end of Hampi bazaar. The Hemakunta Hill houses a temple complex, many of them dedicated to Lord Shiva. These are all protected by a fort, providing a secluded atmosphere.

Shivlinga, also known as Badava Linga, is a monolithic monument that is carved out of a single black stone. Situated in Hampi, this Shivlinga is 3 m in height. Locals believe that the Shivlinga was carved by a poor woman whose wishes were fulfilled by Lord Shiva. Carved out of a single boulder, this Shivlinga stands at a height 3m amidst water. It is a major attraction in Hampi.

Matanga Hill, located in Hampi is well known for its association with the epic Ramayana. Today, it is a hotspot tourist destination because of its temples and trekking tracks. Standing on the roof of Veerabhadra Temple on top of the Hill one gets a magnificent view of the city. People come here to view sunrise and sunset. This hill is described as the location of the hermiatge of the Saint Matanga during the Ramayana, hence is appropriately named.



Package Inclusion

  • 3 Nights accommodation at well furnished room

  • Well ranked hotel

  • Breakfast + Dinner

  • 3 Day site seeing of Hampi

  • Personal Ac swift desire for 4 Days

  • Parking + Toll tax + Driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

 

Package Exclusion

  • Any airfare/ Railway fare

  • Any entry fees

  • Lunch

  • 4.5% Gst tax

 

Hampi Holidays Package: Hotels

2 Star – Kishkinda Heritage Resort TA Rank (3.5) – Certificate of Excellence

3 Star – Hampi’s Boulders TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence

5 Star - Royal Orchid Central Kireeti TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence

Hampi Holidays Package - Itinerary

After arrived at Bellary airport or Hampi railway station and meet with our representative and they will meet you with warm welcome and transfer to hotel. After freshen up and you may have lunch at same hotel later you will visit some famous places of Hampi which includes Virupaksha Temple, Queen's Bath, Vijaya Vittala Temple and Elephant Stables, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel

 

Day 01: FOOD

Lunch: Served at same hotel - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel – Included

After breakfast you will visit some more famous places of Hampi which includes Hazara Rama Temple, Hemakuta Hill Temple, Shivlinga, after that you will visit Hampi Roof Restaurant later you will visit Matanga Hill, Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, in the evening you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel

 

Day 02: FOOD

Breakfast: Served at same hotel - Included

Lunch: You may have lunch at Hampi Roof Restaurant (TA Rank 4.5) it serves south Indian food - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included

After breakfast you will visit some places of Hampi which are Zenana Enclosure, Hanuman Temple, Rock climbing, ASI Museum, after that you will come back to hotel for lunch and rest for some hours, in the evening you will enjoy your time by performing indoor activity in hotel. Overnight stay with dinner Hampi hotel

 

Day 03: FOOD

Breakfast: Served at same hotel - Included

Lunch:  Served at same hotel - Excluded

Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included

After breakfast you will drop to Bellary airport or Hampi railway station for onwards journey. Tours and services gets end here

 

Day 04: Departs from Hampi

Breakfast: served at same hotel – Included

Other Attraction in Hampi

Queen's Bath was a royal bath constructed for the kings and wives to take bath and is located in Hampi. Basically, it is a rectangular building, which has a long veranda inside that leads to a square tank of 6 feet depth from all sides. During the Kings reign, water in the tank is believed to be filled with perfumes and fragrance flowers for the royal bath. The architecture resembles an Indo-Saracenic style and looks more like Islamic style than the Hindu style. A part of the Royal Enclosure, this aquatic enclosure was the Royal bath during the times of the Vijayanagra Empire. It was built in such a way that no outsiders could enter the bath, and has lost much to ruins at the date.

Vittala Temple Complex is one of the major tourist attractions in Hampi. The complex and its structures embody the pinnacle of Dravidian temple architectural style. The name of the temple ‘Vittala’ itself defines the history behind. The most impressive structure in Hampi, the Vithala Temple dates back to the 16th century and is a truly splendid example of rich architecture.  Vittala temple has extraordinary pillared halls and the stone chariot and is also the chief attraction of the temple. Also, present are an array of sculptures on the giant granite pillars carved in the halls.

the Lotus Palace seems to occupy a distinguished position. This distinguished structure forms a part of the Zenana Mahal, that served as a secluded area for the women folks of the royal families of Viyajnagara Empire. One stunning feature of Lotus Palace is that it is one of those edifices of Hampi that remained undamaged during the siege of the city. is a monument that stands out in its design and style from most of the structures of Hampi. Another complex, for royal women, this one gets its name from the lotus-like dome

The Hazara Ramaswamy temple is located at the heart of the historical town of Hampi. It is a small temple in comparison with the others at Hampi. The outside walls of the temple are decorated with sequences from the Ramayana. his was a place of worship for the royals. The walls and pillars are beautifully adorned with fascinating carvings, including the outside walls of the compound. This temple is smaller in size compared to the others in Hampi.

Hemakuta Hill near Hampi is famous for its cluster of temples, archways and pavilions scattered all over the top. Most of these are dedicated to Lord Shiva and are built in 10th century AD. It takes only 15 minutes to climb to the top from the famous Viroopaksha Temple at the end of Hampi bazaar. The Hemakunta Hill houses a temple complex, many of them dedicated to Lord Shiva. These are all protected by a fort, providing a secluded atmosphere.

Shivlinga, also known as Badava Linga, is a monolithic monument that is carved out of a single black stone. Situated in Hampi, this Shivlinga is 3 m in height. Locals believe that the Shivlinga was carved by a poor woman whose wishes were fulfilled by Lord Shiva. Carved out of a single boulder, this Shivlinga stands at a height 3m amidst water. It is a major attraction in Hampi.

Matanga Hill, located in Hampi is well known for its association with the epic Ramayana. Today, it is a hotspot tourist destination because of its temples and trekking tracks. Standing on the roof of Veerabhadra Temple on top of the Hill one gets a magnificent view of the city. People come here to view sunrise and sunset. This hill is described as the location of the hermiatge of the Saint Matanga during the Ramayana, hence is appropriately named.

Hampi Holidays Package - Rates & Dates

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