The program offered by us is specifically designed to give an introductory overview of Hampi to the first timer. The ancient cityspread across two sides of a river, with temples, ruins and can be confusing if the tour is not planned well. The sample program below covers many of the important touch points for a first timer. However, if one is more inclined towards a certain subject,the tour can be tailored to suit their interests since these tours are all custom designed anyway
• Arrive in Hampi and check into the hotel
• Rest and relax in the hotel OR visit the Tungabhadra dam which is a popular local picnic spot.
• Visit the Vittala Temple with its iconic stone chariot and musical pillars with intricate carvings.
• Visit the Virupaksha Temple from 7th century in India.
• Visit the riverside ruins and the Hampi Bazaar
• Take a walk through an area speckled with shrines, carvings, ruins, statues and other ancient structures
• Have lunch with the royal family of Hampi and visit a nearbylivelihood and crafts project set in a local village
• Close tour and back to hotel for dinner
• Visit a fortified Royal Enclosure known which offered a viewpoint of the parade, and also contained aquatic structures and underground temples.
• Drive to the base of Hemakunta hill and climb about 15 minutes to arrive at the hill top. This makes a beautiful venue from which one can watch the sunset.
• Visit Kadalekalu Ganesha -a giant statue 14 feet tall sculpture that wascarved in situ.
• Visit a Krishnatemple dedicated to lord Krishna.
• Have lunch with a local family in Hampi and visit their neighborhood
• Visit the iconicLakshmi Narasimhatemple, which is amonolithic statue of lion-human Avatar of Vishnu.
• Visit the “Queen’s Bath,” an indoor aquatic pool set in a verandah with balconies on all flanks.
• Dinner at hotel and depart by train, or overnight before catching a flight out