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Bangalore Hampi Bijapur Tour Package – 4 Nights at Jewel of Karnataka – Garden city of India - Heritage sites
Bangalore Hampi Bijapur Tour Package: Overview
Karnataka is the state where you can find full history through forts, Palaces Gardens and Temples. Bangalore, Hampi and Bijapur stands for Historical places and ancient history where most of the tourist attracts to visit and enjoy their holiday. The destination covered in this tour package is Bangalore, Hampi and Bijapur to explore the ancient monuments with History. Package gets customization from any destination according to your convenient.
Bangalore Hampi Bijapur Tour Package: Highlights
Famous Botanical Garden in Bangalore
Most Famous Palace of Bangalore: Bangalore Palace
Attraction towards old Vijayanagara kingdom
Cluster of the Temples: Hemakuta Hill
World Famous Tomb in Karnataka: Gol Gumbaz
Largest mosque in Bijapur: Jumma Masjid
Historical Monuments and architectural importance in Bijapur
What is unique about Bangalore Hampi Bijapur Tour Package?
Bangalore is known as Garden city of India because of beautiful gardens stretched across acres of land which have remained the same through the decades. On the other hand Hampi is famous for UNESCO World Heritage Site of old Vijayanagara city, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Last destination of this package is Bijapur, which is generally known as jewel of Karnataka, where Gol gumbaj is said to be pride of Bijapur.
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
4N/5D Standard Package
Thilak Home Stay (Hampi), Sabala Heritage Home (Bijapur), Treebo Golden Tranquility (Bangalore)
|Rs 12999||Rs 13400||Rs 12200||Rs 16000|
4N/5D Deluxe Package
Clarks Inn Hampi (Hampi), Hotel heritage international Bijapur, Treebo Mayflower Hayz Boutique (Bangalore)
|Rs 15500||Rs 16200||Rs 14800||Rs 19440|
4N/5D Luxury Package
Heritage Resort Hampi (Hampi), Hotel heritage international Bijapur (Suite Room), Vivanta By Taj – Whitefield (Bangalore)
|Rs 27500||Rs 28900||Rs 26500||Rs 34680|
04 nights accommodation on twin sharing basis
Breakfast and Dinner
01 day sightseeing of Bangalore
02 day sightseeing of Hampi and enroute to hospet
01 day sightseeing of Bijapur
Private Ac vehicle for 5 days
Parking, Toll tax and driver hault
Inclusive of all taxes
Any airfare, Busfare and Railway fare
Any entrance fees
Recommended Hotels in Package
Hotels in Hampi
Standard Hotel: Thilak Home Stay: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Deluxe Hotel: Clarks Inn Hampi: TA Rank (4.0) - Certificate of Excellence
Luxury Hotels: Heritage Resort Hampi: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Hampi hotels 5 star
Heritage Resort Hampi: TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence
Royal Orchid Central Kireeti: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence
Hotels in Bijapur
Standard Hotel: Sabala Heritage Home: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence
Deluxe Hotel: Hotel heritage international Bijapur: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence
Luxury Hotel: Hotel heritage international Bijapur: TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence
Hotels in Bangalore
Standard Hotel: Treebo Mayflower Hayz Boutique – TA Rank (4.0) – Certificate of Excellence
Deluxe Hotel: Treebo Golden Tranquility – TA Rank (4.5) – Certificate of Excellence
Luxury Hotel: Vivanta By Taj – Whitefield – TA Rank (5.0) – Certificate of Excellence
Arrival at Bangalore airport or railway station and our representative will transfer you to hotel. After complete check in formalities you will visit some famous places of Bangalore which includes Bangalore Palace, Vidhana Sabha, Ganesh Temple. After sightseeing you may have lunch at any nearest Restaurant, after that visit to enjoy Bangalore gardens and Mallathahalli Lake. By the evening come back to hotel and overnight stay with hotel.
Lunch: Lunch at nearest restaurant
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Hampi which is about 343 km away from Hampi. On the way we will cover all the possible sightseeing which is Chitradurga Fort, also known as Yelu Suttina Kote. Later you may have lunch at any nearest Restaurant/ Dhaba, after that continue your journey towards Hampi. After reach Hampi check in to hotel and rest of the day free at your leisure. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant/ Dhaba
After breakfast you will visit some famous places of Hampi which includes Virupaksha, Big Shivlinga and after that you will visit Vijayshree Restaurant later you will visit Hemakuta Hill and Vithala temples, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel
Shivlinga: 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.
Vijaya Vittala Temple: 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.
Meals: Breakfast and Dinner
Lunch: You may have lunch at Vijayshree Restaurant (TA Rank 3.5) it serves pure veg food to eat
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Bijapur which is 218 km away from each other. Upon arrival Bijapur check in to hotel and get ready for visiting the famous and awaited places of Bijapur which includes Gol Gumbaaz which is very famous heritage place in Bijapur later you may have lunch at any nearest Restaurant and enjoy delicious lunch. After lunch continue your tour towards Shivgiri and Jama Masjid. By the evening come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at BIjapur hotel
Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant
After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Hubli. Upon arrival drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory.
The emperor Ashoka's minor rock edicts in Nittur & Udegolan (both in Bellary district) leads one to believe that this region was within the Ashokan kingdom during the 3rd century BC. A Brahmi inscription & a terracotta seal dating to the 2nd century AD were also discovered from the excavation site. Hampi formed one of the core areas of the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire from 1343 to 1565, when it was finally laid siege to by the Deccan Muslim confederacy. Hampi was chosen because of its strategic location, bounded by the torrential Tungabhadra river on one side and surrounded by defensible hills on the other three sides. The site is significant historically and architecturally. The topography abounds with large stones which have been used to make statues of Hindu deities. The Archaeological Survey of India continues to conduct excavations in the area, to discover additional artifacts and temples.
History of Bijapur
Bijapur officially known as Vijayapura is the district headquarters of Bijapur District of Karnataka state. It is also the headquarters for Bijapur Taluka. Bijapur city is well known for its historical monuments of architectural importance built during the rule of the Adil Shahi dynasty. The Chalukyan rulers of Kalyana laid the foundation of Bijapur city naming it Vijayapura "City of Victory" Bijapur came under muslim influence first under Allauddin Khilje, bijapur sultanate Sultan of Delhi and then under the Bahmani rulers of Bidar in 1347. Yusuf Adil Shah became governor of Bijapur in 1481, declared his independence in 1489, Bijapur was the capital of Adil Shahi kingdom from 1489 to 1686. The town was ruled by the Chalukyas from the 11th-12th century and was known as Vijaypur. Under the Bahamani Sultnate of Gulbarga, it was rechristened Bijapur.
Tourist attractions in Bangalore
Vidhana Sabha : Vidana Soudha is a landmark of Bangalore. This enormous building is a massive example of neo-Dravidian architecture, with four domes on its four corners. as well as accommodates many government departments. It's stunningly illuminated at night.
Lalbagh Botanical Garden: This enchanting garden is set on 240 acres with a rare collection of tropical and sub-tropical trees and plants, and a majestic glasshouse built on the lines of London's Crystal Palace. It derives its name "Lal Bagh" from a collection of red roses that bloom throughout the year there. Lalbagh takes on a festive look during India's Independence Day and Republic Day, with a captivating show of over 200 varieties of flowers.
Cubbon Park: Cubbon Park Located in the heart of city, set on a 300 acre area, Cubbon Park is a great place to laze around in the lush green paradise. Many ornamental and flowering trees, both exotic and indigenous, can. It's a popular place for walkers, joggers, and nature lovers.
Bangalore Palace: Bangalore Palace Built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar, Bangalore Palace is inspired by England's Windsor CastleThis beautiful palace has Tudor style architecture, with fortified towers, arches, green lawns, and elegant woodcarvings in its interiors.
Tipu Sultan's Palace and Forts: Tipu Sultan's Palace and Fort was originally built by Chikkadeva Raya in mud this was completed by his son, Tipu Sultan, in 1791. The Hindu temple seen in the courtyard of the fort is the proof of Tipu Sultan's religious tolerance.
Attara Kacheri: Located just opposite to the Vidhana Soudha, the two storey building 'Attara Kacheri' houses the Karnataka High Court. The construction dates back to the year 1867 under the reign of Tipu Sultan, the Emperor of Mysore He named the newly constructed building as Attara Kacheri meaning 18 offices or departments. Mr. Lewin Bentham Bowring, a British civil servant in India who served as the commissioner of Mysore (from 1862 to 1870) visualized and planned the construction of the building.
The work on the building started in the year 1864 and was completed in 1868. The red building made of brick and stone is famous for its Gothic style of architecture and is built in the European classical style. There are a number of other prominent buildings worth seeing like Public Library, Visveswaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, the Venkatappa Art Gallery and the Government Museum.
Snow City: Snow City is located in Fun World Complex in JC Nagar. Considered to be Bangalore's first indoor snow theme park, Snow City is one of the largest indoor snow park and entertainment centre
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium: Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is located at Sir T. Chowdiah Road, opposite to the Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain Park The planetarium runs daily shows like Our Solar System, Dawn of the Space Age and Mars-The Red Planet in both languages, Kannada and English The aim of these events is to encourage quality education in schools and inspire students towards a career in teaching and research. There is an outdoor science park which showcases various science models
Ulsoor: The beautiful Ulsoor Lake is spread over an area of 125 acres. It was constructed by Kempegowda II. Boating and swimming pool are the great attractions of the lake.
Visiting places near Hampi
Daroji Bear Sanctuary: the bear sanctuary is home to Indian sloth bears, Located about 15 km from Hampi. It covers more than 82.72 sq km and was declared as a sanctuary in 1994. The most interesting part of the sanctuary is that a narrow pathway with thick forest on both the sides of the path. it has proved to be a suitable habitat for the Indian Sloth Bears in a span of few years. The rock-strewn hillocks that stretch between Daroji and Ramasagar of Hospet have been the abode of Indian Sloth Bears since ages
Tungabhadra Dam: Tungabhadra Dam is largest dam in Karnataka, is located approximately 5 km from Hospet. It is constructed across river Tungabhadra. The best time for the tourist to visit Tungabhadra dam is during the month of August. All the 33 gates of the dam are opened on 15 of August. Generally, the dam is full with water during these days and when the water is released out, it flows in a symobolism of the celebration of the Independence Day.
Stone Age Colony: This 5000 year old 'Stone Age colony were built before the discovery of the metal tools. The Maurya Mane was the home of Dwarfs. This unique and astonishingly beautiful area of natural wilderness is home to the crocodile, leopard, great owl, sloth bear, langur monkey, turtles and nearly 200 varieties of birds.
Virupaksha Temple: Virupaksha Temple in Hampi is a must visit for history buffs and religious people. The temple is located on the banks of the river Tungabhadra and is one of the structures in the Group of Monuments in Hampi, which is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The inside of the temple consists of a sanctum with a madapam in front, three ante chambers, a pillared hall and an open pillared hall. Among the three towers the eastern tower is the tallest standing at a height of 160 feet and is nine tiered.
Elephant Stables: A large dome shaped building was used as Elepahant Stables to house the ceremonial elephants of the royal household. The building consists of eleven chambers amongst which ten of these are crowned with domes. These chambers were used as elephant stables. The metal hooks that were probably used to chain the elephants are still visible in the ceiling of some of the rooms. It is adorned with frescos and carvings. Inside the chambers, one can see metal hooks which were used in tying the elephants.
Laxmi Narasimha Temple: The Lakshmi Narasimha temple in Hampi attracts tourists specifically due to its monolithic structure and the sheer enormity of its size. It is the single largest statue in Hampi with a height of 6.7 meters. Narasimha, the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu is depicted as sitting on the giant coil of the celestial snake Adisesha. The monolith idol of the god is seated on the coil of Adishesha. The idol is chiselled out of a single granite boulder. The idol, originally, included goddess Lakshmi sitting on Narasimha’s lap but the statue of Lakshmi was destroyed in a raid in 1565. Today you can only see goddess Lakshmi’s hand resting on the back of Narasimha.
Hampi best time to visit
Hampi is a precious and popular possession of Karnataka. The weather during October to March stays pleasant and makes it easy for the travelers to explore Hampi. Hampi temperature Became 27°C-37°C in summer, 25°C-32°C in Monsoon, 15°C-34°C in winter
Hampi heritage site
Virupaksha Temple: The Virupaksha temple, the most famous and important temple of Hampi, is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is situated very close to the Tungabhadra River Also known as the Pampapathi temple, it is the most famous temple in Hampi and dates back to the 7th century. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has beautifully carved walls, each telling a mythological story
Queen's Bath: 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.
Lotus Palace: 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
Hazara Rama Temple: 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 Temple: 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.
Zenana Enclosure: The Zenana Enclosure was initially a place that was restricted to the entry of royal women only. The enclosure has a huge wall to protect the harem and to the south-east corner, there is the famous Lotus Mahal
Itinerary for one day in Bijapur
10:00 am to 11:00 am – Pick up from Hotels and move towards Gol Gumbaaz
11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Visit Gol Gumbazz
12:30 am – 1:00 pm – move towards Malik Maidan
1:00 pm – 2:00PM – Visit Malik Maidan
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm – Lunch
3:15 pm - 3:45 pm – Move towards Sat Manzil heritage point
3:45 pm – 5:00 pm - Visit and enjoy at Sat Manzil
5:15pm – 5:30 pm – Move towards Almatti Dam
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm – Visit and spend evening at Almatti Dam
7:45 pm – Back to hotel
Bijapur historical places
Gol Gumbaz: Gol Gumbaz is the mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah, Sultan of Bijapur. The tomb, located in Bijapur, Karnataka in India, was completed in 1656 by the architect Yaqut of Dabul. Gol Gumbaz is the tomb of Mohammed Adil Shah which was constructed in the 17th century by the seventh ruler of Adilshahi dynasty. Gol Gumbaz is situated at Bijapur in Karnataka. The place is 530 kilometers away from Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka. The Gol Gumbaz has a floor area of 1700 square meter, a height of 51 meter and diameter of 37 meters with 3 meter thick walls. The construction of this large tomb took around 20 years to complete.
Jumma Masjid: This large mosque was built by Ali Adil Shah I. It has a large prayer hall with beautiful arches and an exquisitely carved niche with quotations from the Quran inscribed in gold. It is spread over an area of about 10,810 sq m and has beautiful arches, a fine dome and a large inner courtyard. It has been counted as one of the first mosques in India and holds a copy of the Quran written in gold. Moreover, this is the largest masjid in the region and dates back to the period of Adil Shah.
Ibrahim Rauza: The Ibrahim-Rauza, built by Ibrahim 'Adil Shah II (1580-1627), consists of his tomb and mosque within a square compound, both rising face to face from a common raised terrace, with a tank and fountain between them. The mosque has a rectangular prayer-chamber, with a facade of five arches, shaded by the chhajja and a slender minaret at each corner. The mosque has finely crafted arches in its rectangular prayer hall and it’s shaded by chhaja and slender minarets at each corner. the vision to maintain a harmonious relationship between Hindus and Muslims, this architectural masterpiece was initiated. Splashed with mesmerizing sculptures and beautiful adornments, the Ibrahim Rauza will grab your eyeballs from the first instant.
Torvi Narasimha Temple: This temple was constructed underground which is close to Adil Shahi's Sangeeth mahal. Devi Lakshmi is also placed near this temple. Please note generic Narasimha. Narasimha temple, is an underground shrine dedicated to Saint Narasimha Saraswathi. The main object of worship here are a pair of sandals or padukas that are claimed to belong to Saint Narasimha Saraswathi.
Malik-e-Maidan: Malik-e Maidan set up by Muhammad Adil Shah is a huge cannon located on the top of the tower. It is said to be the largest weapon in medieval times. The great Muzzle has been fashioned into the shape of a lion or a dragon with open jaws, and between the sharp curved fangs is a small elephant on both sides of the muzzle. The Fort is located in Bijapur, some 500 kms from the city of Bangalore. It was erected by Ibrahim Adil Shah II and is now located in the fort on its western ramparts between two bastions. It was brought from Ahmednagar after a victory in battle. It is placed upon a special plinth that was made for the cannon. The nozzle of the cannon is designed to look like a lion’s head with an elephant being crushed between its teeth
How to reach Bangalore
By Flight: Bangalore is one of the famous metro city which is conncted with all metro city. International & Domestic routes are available. Bangalore International Airport which is located at a distance of 40 km from the city center, Flights to Bangalore are available from all major and minor cities in India.
By Train: Bangalore railway station is located in the heart of the city. Various trains from all over India come to Bangalore.
By Bus: People who decide to go on a Bangalore trip by bus can board at least a semi sleeper on any given day from major cities located nearby and it connect with various cities like Chennai, Ernakulam, Goa and Hyderabad these are nearest city who connect with Bangalore
Bangalore to Bijapur train
17307 BASAVA EXPRESS Dep 17.00 Arrival 09.40
16535 GOLGUMBAZ EXP Dep 19.00 Arrival 09.25
Hyderabad to Hampi distance
Hyderabad to Hampi is at a distance of 373 km (6.5 Hours) away from each other. There are lots more option to travel Hampi from all nearest cities of Karnataka.
Hampi Badami distance
Distance between Hampi to Badami is 147 km by Road along with an aerial distance of 107 km.
Distance from Bangalore to Hampi
Hampi is a village in northern Karnataka is popular for the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara, the former capital of Vijayanagara Empire. Hampi is at a distance from Bangalore approx 343 km and it takes (6.5 Hours) to reach Hampi from Bangalore.
Pune to Hampi by road
There is no direct bus between Pune and Hampi. You can take Taxi from Pune to Hospet then take a taxi from Hospet to Hampi. The actual travel distance between Pune and Hampi may be higher or vary due to curvature of the road.
Best time to visit Karnataka
Best time to visit Karnataka in winter season when climate began to freeze and temperature falls below 10°C during this season. November – March is best time to visit and explore your holiday in freezing environment. October is a very good time to visit as the weather is invigorating and because it heralds the festive season
Weather in Hampi
The climate of Hampi is dry and warm. Being a UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site, Hampi witnesses a huge inflow of tourists, especially during the months starting from September to February. The average annual temperature is 27.3 °C in Hampi. The rainfall here averages 608 mm.