Real Heritage of India - Hampi Rock Climbing Adventure Package2Nights/ 3DaysPackage Code: HTPC001272
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Real Heritage of India - Hampi Rock Climbing Adventure Package
Hampi Rock Climbing Adventure Package: Overview
Hampi is world famous Adventured places to visit and it is a quaint village belonging to the Bellary district of Northern Karnataka. It is one of the major rock climbing destinations in India and is equally popular amongst the locals and foreigners. Holidaytravel.co designed this package specially for you to visit and admire new creation in your boring daily life, come out and enjoy your precious moment of life in delightful places where you can get number of climbing places. In this package you will cover the entire famous site seeing of Hampi which is mentioned in the given itinerary. Package is well designed or suited for Family, Kids or Couples with best and prior facilities
Worldwide tourist Attraction in Hampi for Adventured
Famous red stone for Climbing
Scenic beauty with attractive places
Eye-catching scenes of adventured spot
Famous and most awaited temp0les for worship
Admirable event and activity are performed
Aug-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Jul-31
2 N/3D Package cost
Extra Adult cost Rs. 1500
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2 N/3D Deluxe Package cost
Extra Adult cost Rs. 2000
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2 N/3D Luxury Package cost
Extra Adult cost Rs. 5000
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3 Nights accommodation at well furnished room
Well Ranked hotel
Breakfast + Dinner
Parking + Toll tax + Driver hault
2 Day site seeing of adventured places in Hampi
Inclusive of all taxes
Any airfare/ railway fare
4.5% Gst tax
Hampi Rock Climbing Adventure 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
After arrival 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 and you may have lunch at same hotel later you will visit Hemakuta Hill and Matanga Hill for Climbing and bicycling, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel
Hemakuta Hill: 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. There are at least 3 dozen stone structures on top and the biggest ones are on the northern side. Because of the pyramid like structures, these temples are often mistaken for Jain Temple tourist or an archeology student, you will find many interesting spots in and around the Hemakuta Hill. It is easily accessible from all parts of Hampi.
Day 01: FOOD
Lunch: Served at same hotel - Excluded
Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included
After breakfast you will visit towards some famous attraction in hampi which h includes Tiruvengalantha Temple and Malyavanta , after that you will come back to hotel for lunch later you will visit Coracle Crossings, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi hotel
Tiruvengalantha Temple: Achyuta Deva Raya was a ruler of a Vijayanagara Empire of South India. He was the younger brother of Krishna Deva Raya, whom he succeeded in 1529. It was built under the supervision of a high ranking officer of Achyuta Raya. When compared with other places of worship in Hampi, this temple seems the most advanced in terms of design and style. Besides, the temple is believed to be the last grandiose shrine built prior to the fall of all the empires in Hampi.
Day 02: FOOD
Breakfast: Served at same hotel – Included
Lunch: Served at same hotel – Excluded
Dinner: Served at same hotel - Included
After breakfast you will visit The Indian terrain is made up of red sandstone and most of the boulders and masses are unexplored. After that you will drop to Bellary airport or Hampi railway station for onwards journey. Tour end with lots of memory
Day 03: FOOD
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. There is a pond that encircles the building, which lies outside the Queen's bath. The building has a crude design that prevents any intruders from walking into the place where the royal women take their bath.
The Elephant Stable near Lotus temple is an important site at Hampi that draws many tourists. This building which was once used to tie up elephants is now preserved as a monument. There are eleven rooms adorned with high domes and roofed with amazing carvings. There is a nominal entry fee for the tourists and there is some charge on cameras as well. From here one may proceed to the Guard's Quarters and to the Ranga Temple located nearby. There is also a museum housing an exhibition of gold, stone statues and pictures. The Lotus building and the Queen's baths are also worth seeing.
Vithala Temple is one of those exceptional pieces of architecture, located in Hampi. On visiting the site, you will realize it was built in the form of sprawling campus with compound wall and gateway towers. Vithala is a form of Lord Vishnu who is being worshipped at this temple. Tourists, archeologists, photographers and families will find a trip to the Vithala Temple interesting. A trip to Hampi is like traveling back in history as it displays the great engineering skills art and creativity of the olden times. Hampi is easily accessible from the nearby towns.
Hampi Bazaar is located in front of the Virupaksha Temple in Hampi. About a kilometre long, the bazaar is lined with a series of granite pavilions, some of them two storied. These structures were once part of a thriving market belonging to the Vijayanagara Empire. There are numerous shops that sell items like ethnic clothes, bags, and religious artefacts and this is also a good place to buy souvenirs. The bazaar is a perfect place for morning walks and also the ideal place where you can spend quality shopping time with your loved one.