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Hampi Tour Packages

Hampi is the 14th century quaint town built on the banks of the Tungabhadra river. IHPL offers tours where you get chance to explore these three major temple complexes- The Vittala Temple, the Virupaksha Temple and the King’s Palace in ruins of Hampi. Hampi is 140 km from Badami. On the way to Hampi from Badami visit a tiny hamlet Aihole on the banks of river Malaprabha also visit Durga Temple, Ravalphadi Cave, the Lad Khan Temple and the Buddhist Temple.



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3 Days Tour to Hampi
2 N / 3 D

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Karnataka Ancient Tour
14 N / 15 D

Bangalore- Mysore - Chikmangalur - Hospet - Hampi – Badami - Goa

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Karnataka with Goa Tour
15 N / 16 D

Mumbai - Goa - Belgaum - Badami - Aihole - Pattadakal - Hospet - Hassan -Shravanabelagola - Madikeri - Mysore - Srirangapatnam - Bangalore - Mumbai

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Deccan Tour
12 N / 13 D

Mumbai - Hyderabad - Gulbarga - Bijapur - Badami - Hospet - Hassan - Mysore - Bangalore

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Karnataka Heritage Tour
14 N / 15 D

Hyderabad – Gulbarga – Bijapur – Badami – Hampi – Chitradurga – Chikmagalur – Malpe – Coorg – Nagarhole – Mysore – Bangalore

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Golden Chariot Pride of the South
7 N / 8 D

Bangalore – Kabini/Bandipur - Srirangapatnam - Mysore - Shravanabelagola - Belur - Halebid - Hampi - Badami - Pattadakal - Goa

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Ramayana Trail in India
10 N / 11 D

Ayodhya – Prayagraj – Chitrakoot - Panchvati (Nashik) – Hampi (Kishkindha) – Madurai - Rameshwaram (Ramsethu)

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FAQs of Hampi Tours

Q: What are the best places to visit in Hampi?

Ans: Hampi is known for its ruins that were once a part of the Vijaynagar Empire. To explore this World Heritage Site, here are some of the best places to visit in Hampi -

  • Sri Virupaksha Temple
  • Matanga Hill
  • Vijaya Vittala Temple
  • Stone Chariot
  • Elephant’s Stables
  • Hemakuta Hill Temple
  • Achyutaraya Temple
  • Lotus Mahal
  • Hampi Archaeological Ruins
  • Laksmi Narasimha Temple
  • Hampi Bazaar Street
Q: What is the best time to visit Hampi?

Ans: Due to pleasant weather and peak tourist season, October to February is the best time to visit Hampi. During this time, you can also attend festivals in Hampi like Vijaya Utsav in November and Purandara Festival in January/February. If you are on a budget, then visit Hampi in the summers (March to May) and monsoon (June to September). You can partake in Virupaksha Car Festival, which is celebrated in March/April.

Q: What is the average temperature of Hampi?

Ans: Summer is the hottest season of the year in Hampi with an average temperature of around 34°C. When monsoon hits, the temperature gets a little low to an average of 29°C but is humid. During the winter months, the average temperature in Hampi ranges from 32°C to 20°C.

Q: Which are the top things to do in Hampi?

Ans: Hampi is Karnataka’s treasured jewel with ample activities and sightseeing tours. If you want to make the most of your time at this UNESCO World Heritage Site, here are the top things to do in Hampi -

  • Explore Hampi on a bicycle.
  • Visit the popular ruins and temples.
  • Enjoy the view atop Anjaneya Hill.
  • Indulge in adventure sports like rock climbing and cliff jumping.
  • Experience the famous Coracle ride.
  • Climb Matanga Hill.
  • Spend a night in a hut at Hippie Island.
  • Visit Vittala Bazaar and Hampi Bazaar for street shopping.
Q: Which are the best hotels to stay in Hampi?

Ans: Being a popular tourist destination in India, Hampi treats its guests with a range from 2-stars to 5-star hotels, resorts, and guesthouses. From luxury to budget-friendly hotels in Hampi, choose whichever suits you. Here are some of the best hotels to stay in Hampi -

  • Clarks Inn Hampi
  • Heritage Resort Hampi
  • Hyatt Place Hampi
  • Hotel Varsha
  • Padma Guesthouse
  • Evolve Back Hampi
Q: What are the best places to visit in Hampi with family?

Ans: If you are visiting Hampi with family, then you must see our recommendations for the best places to visit in Hampi when you are out on a family vacation -

  • Sri Virupaksha Temple
  • Hemakuta Hill Temple Complex
  • 108 Shiva Lingas
  • Lotus Temple
  • Hippy Island
  • Daroji Bear Sanctuary
  • Tungabhadra Gardens and Dam
  • Queen’s Bath
  • Hampi Bazaar
Q: Which are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Hampi?

Ans: Hampi is also referred to as the Group of Monuments at Hampi and houses Dravidian temples and palaces between the 14th and 16th centuries. The popular UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Hampi are -

  • Vittala Temple
  • The colossal statues of Lakshmi, Narasimha, and Ganesha
  • Krishna Temple
  • Pattabhirama Temple
  • Hazara Ramachandra Temple
  • Chandrasekhara Temple
Q: Which are the popular historical places in Hampi?

Ans: An ancient South Indian destination, Hampi boasts several historical temples and ruins that are worth a visit. Check out these popular historical places in Hampi -

  • Sasivekalu Ganesha Temple
  • Queen’s Bath
  • Archaeological Museum
  • Sri Virupaksha Temple
  • Matanga Hill
  • Lakshmi Narasimha Temple
Q: How to reach Hampi?

Ans: Hampi can be easily reached by air, rail, and road. The nearest airport from Hampi is Hubli Airport (approx. 166 km away) and the closest railway station is Hospet Junction (approx. 13 km away). Both are well-connected to major cities of India. The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus services along with many private, luxury, and tourist buses connect Hampi to all the major cities and towns nearby.

Q: Which is the most preferable mode to roam around Hampi?

Ans: The roads in Hampi are quite smooth and non-congested and riding in an auto-rickshaw is the most preferable means of local transportation in Hampi. However, if you want to get to Virupapur Gaddi, then boats are a great and only option.