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Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World Heritage Site & Royal City of Palaces - Package Overview

Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World

Heritage Site - Royal City of Palaces

Mysore Hampi Tour Package: Overview

Explore Holidays between Heritages -city of palace with us.

Mysore Hampi is delighted destinations of Karnataka state where tourist visit to see the glory of Forts, Temples and palaces. Mysore and Hampi has never failed to mesmerize the tourists with its quaint charm, rich heritage, magnificent palaces, beautifully laid-out gardens, imposing buildings, broad shady avenues and sacred temples. Holiday Travel India Pvt Ltd offers you to visit and explore your holiday in Karnataka state where you will cover all the possible sightseeing of Mysore and Hampi UNESCO Heritage city with proper guideline which is needed in holiday tour.

What is unique about Mysore Hampi Tour Package and why?

Mysore is one of south India's most enchanting city which is famous for royal heritage palaces because of Indo-Sarcenic architecture of the palace which blends Hindu, Muslim, Rajput and Gothic styles is appreciated and admired all across the globe. Apart from its palaces, Mysore is also popular for its sweets, silks and Sandalwood. Mysore silk is known all over the world for its super fine fabric and a soft texture which is available in wide variety of colors, pattern and prints.

Hampi is famous for its UNESCO World heritage sites, listed as the Group of Monuments at Hampi. Vittala Temple Comple is perhaps the most well-known among the ruins of Hampi. The iconic stone chariot in the vicinity of this temple complex is a symbol of Karnataka Tourism. Unfortunately it had a brick tower above it which was demolished.

Mysore Hampi Tour Package: Highlights

  • Ancient Temples and Forts in Hampi

  • Cluster of the Temples: Hemakuta Hill

  • Famous and most visited Mosque in Mysore: Jama Masjid

  • Karanji Kere Lake is very famous in Mysore

  • Oldest and most popular zoos in India: Mysore Zoo

  • Vittala Temple Complex known for its exceptional architecture

  • Mysore Painting is unique according to Indian art

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Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World Heritage Site & Royal City of Palaces - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Low Season
Apr-01 To Sep-30
NewYear/Festival Time
4N/5D Standard Package
Hotel Priyadarshini (Hampi), Jungle Way Resort (Mysore)
Rs 13000 Rs 13440 Rs 12300 Rs 0
4N/5D Deluxe Package
Hotel Rock Regency (Hampi), Komfort Suites (Mysore)
Rs 15000 Rs 15700 Rs 14400 Rs 0
4N/5D Luxury Package
Shivavilas Palace Heritage Hotel (Hampi), Country Inn and Suites by Carlson (Mysore)
Rs 27500 Rs 29000 Rs 26000 Rs 0
Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World Heritage Site & Royal City of Palaces - Package Inclusion

Package Inclusion

  • 04 Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis

  • Breakfast and Dinner

  • 02 day sightseeing of Mysore

  • 02 day sightseeing of Hampi

  • Pick up and drop up from Bangalore

  • Private Ac vehicle for 05 days

  • Parking, Toll tax and Driver hault

  • Inclusive of all taxes

Package Exclusion

  • Personal Expense

  • Any airfare, Bus fare and Railway fare

  • Lunch

Hotels in Hampi

Standard Hotel: Hotel Priyadarshini – TA Rank (3.5) Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotel: Hotel Rock Regency – TA Rank (4.0) Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotel: Shivavilas Palace Heritage Hotel – TA Rank (5.0)Certificate of Excellence

Hotels in Mysore

Standard Hotel: Jungle Way Resort: TA Rank (5.0) - Certificate of Excellence

Deluxe Hotel: Komfort Suites: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Luxury Hotel: Country Inn and Suites by Carlson: TA Rank (4.5) - Certificate of Excellence

Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World Heritage Site & Royal City of Palaces - Package Itinerary

Arrival at Bangalore airport or railway station and proceed to Mysore which is about 143 km away from Bangalore. Upon arrival check in to hotel and get ready to visit such famous sightseeing of Mysore which includes Mysore Palace, Jama Masjid, Nimishambha temple, after that you will visit Parampare Restaurant for lunch later move towards Chamundi Hills and enjoy your rest of the time by visit hill. By the evening come back to hotel and overnight stay with dinner at Mysore Hotel

Meals: Dinner

Lunch: Served at Parampare Restaurant

After breakfast you will visit some more famous places of Mysore which includes Karanji Kere Lake, Tombs of Tipu Sultan, Jaganmohan Palace, after that you will visit Hotel Ramani's Restaurant for lunch later you will visit Nandi Statue, Melkote and St Peters Church, after that you will come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Mysore Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at Hotel Ramani's Restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Hampi which is 403 km away from Mysore. After reach Chitradurga you may have lunch at any restaurant of Chitradurga. Later continue your journey towards Hampi. Upon arrival check in to hotel and have some hour rest. By the evening visit such famous places which is Lakshmi Narasimha Temple, after that you will visit nearest market for shopping later come back to hotel. Overnight stay with dinner at Hampi Hotel

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at any nearest Restaurant.

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

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Lunch: Served at Vijayshree restaurant

After breakfast check out from hotel and proceed to Bellary which is 63 km away from Hampi. After reach you will drop to airport or railway station for onwards journey. Tour gets end with lots of memory

Meals: Breakfast

Mysore Hampi Tour Package – South India's UNESCO World Heritage Site & Royal City of Palaces - Package Other Details

Top 5 places to visit in Mysore

Mysore Palace: is a palace situated in the city. It was the official residence of the former royal family of Mysore, and also housed the durbar (royal offices).The term "Palace of Mysore" specifically refers to one of these palaces, Amba Vilas.

Jaganmohan Palace: was built in 1861 by Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in a predominantly Hindu style to serve as an alternate palace for the royal family. This palace housed the royal family when the older Mysore Palace was burnt down by a fire. The palace has three floors and has stained glass shutters and ventilators. It has housed the Sri Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery since the year 1915. The collections exhibited here include paintings from the famed Travancore ruler, Raja Ravi Varma, the Russian painter Svetoslav Roerich and many paintings of the Mysore painting style.

Happy Man Park: The Happy Man Park near Kamakshi Hospital, some three kilometres from the railway station, is a very popular hangout of children and parents. The park is quite compact in size but contains a mini zoo and many hens and ducks roam around the lawns freely. The park is landscaped with a little stream and ‘wooden’ bridges. Some kind of radio or music is played through little loudspeakers scattered around the park. The park is open from 4.30pm to 9.00pm and the crowd is quite big around 6.00pm. It is also open for a while in the morning for the benefit of joggers. The main attraction of the park is a statue of a ‘Happy Man’ with a pot belly representing the unhealthy eating habits of the Mysorean people.

Butterfly Park in Karanji Lake: This consists of a medium sized bird Park, boating and very good children play area. Parks, Gardens & children play areas: Mysore has about 180 parks and playgrounds. Most of the residential areas have their own small parks: e.g. Ambedkar Park in Jayanagar a southern city district has a 500 meter perimeter footpath. The newly built Andolan Circle Park has a walking track that takes five minutes for one round. This park is near Kuvempu Nagar in South Mysore. But many Mysoreans prefer to walk around the many lakes which pepper the landscape such as the central Kukarahalli Kere by the university where the journey around is about 4.5 kilometres. Another is the Lingabudhi Kere which has a beautiful footpath with bamboo forests and again takes more than 20 minutes for one round. This park it is a desirable neighborhood to the southwest called Rama Krishna Nagar, 5 km away from the city centre.

The St. Philomena's Church in Mysore: St. Philomena's Church is a church built in honour of St. Philomena in the city of Mysore. It was constructed in 1956 using a Neo Gothic style and its architecture was inspired by the Cologne Cathedral in Germany. In 1926, Thamboo Chetty who was a secretary to the Maharaja of Mysore, Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar obtained a relic of the saint from Peter Pisani, Apostolic Delegate of the East Indies. This relic was handed over to Father Cochet who approached the king to assist him in constructing a church in honour of St. Philomena. The Maharaja of Mysore laid the foundation stone of the church on 28 October 1933. In his speech on the day of the inauguration, the Maharaja is quoted to have said: The new church will be strongly and securely built upon a double foundation — Divine compassion and the eager gratitude of men.. The construction of the church was completed under Bishop Rene Fuga's supervision. The relic of St. Philomena is preserved in a catacomb below the main altar. Open to visitors from 8:00AM to 5:00PM.

Mysore Museum

The historical city of Mysore added another landmark with the opening of the Regional Museum of Natural History (RMNH) on 20th May 1995. Located on the banks of Karanji lake, and with the backdrop of Chamundi hills, the Museum provides unique opportunity to explore nature and natural world through judicious mix of models, translates, AV aids, diorama, thematic, interactive and participatory exhibits. . Visually challenged students can feel the exhibits of animals on the premises. The museum provides an extracurricular activity for schools and promotes environmental awareness.  The Jayachamarajendra Art Gallery or Chamatrajendra Art Gallery or the Jaganmohan Art Gallery that is housed in the Jaganmohan Palace is a treasure house of art, artifacts, paintings including portraits, murals and priceless pieces that are found nowhere else in the world.        

Mysore museum timing

Morning 08:00 am to 05:30 pm

Mysore Zoo: one of the oldest and most popular zoos in India. Located on the outskirts of Mysore, the zoo is home to a wide range of wild species. The official name for the zoo is Shri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens, though it is known commonly by its shortened name. Mysore Zoo is one of the city’s most popular attractions. It was established under royal patronage in 1892, making it one of the oldest zoos in the world.

Mysore zoo timing

The Birds are active in morning hours, Mammals will be active after 3.00 p.m. visitors who visit the Zoo from 11.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. often complain not spotting many animals in the Zoo.

Mysore Darshan bus from Mysore

Holiday Travel Pvt Ltd Company offers a good chance to explore Mysore from Bus, which covers all the possible and famous sightseeing of Mysore in one day. Tour starts from morning and end till evening . Charges apply per person @Rs. 3500/-.

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

Hospet to Hampi distance

Hospet to hampi is about 12 km away, you can reach easily By Taxi or cab from Hospet.

Bangalore to Hampi trip

Bangalore to Hampi trip is belonging at a distance of 342 km away from each other. If you would like to travel Hampi from Bangalore then there are multiple choice are given below

By Bus, Taxi and Cab: 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.

By Train: Hampi Railway station is connected to various individuals trains which helps to reach Hampi easily from several famous cities like Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune etc. It charges became 3500 to reach Hampi from Bangalore.

Mysore climate

The temperature in Mysore in June till the monsoon arrives remains in between 39 degree and somewhat nestles with an unbearable humidity.

Places near hampi to visit

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 Temperature

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.

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.

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