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Hampi Tour from Mumbai

  • Hampi, Karnataka
  • 4 Nights 4 Days
Starting from ₹ 5,000

Hampi Tour from Mumbai include Bus tickets, Cliff Jumping, Coracle ride, and Stone chariot. Safe and suitable for women/girls and solo travelers. Best experience with special list of Things-To-Do after missing Hippie Island. Hampi or Hampe, also referred to as the Group of Monuments at Hampi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Hampi town. Hampi is known as Paradise for ones who are interested in lear History and Culture. This exciting tour full of visit to Historical Places in Hampi, Knowing more about our Culture, Beautiful Landscapes, Thrilling Activities like Cliff jumping and much more, One Stop for all your Travel Cravings.    This tour to Hampi will provide you with the maximum travel experience of Cliff Jumping and go for a Coracle ride. Anegundi village, Kadle kal Ganesh, Krishna temple, Badavilinga & Narasimha temple, Kadle kal Ganesh, Krishna temple, Badavilinga & Narasimha temple, Queen’s bath, Pushkarani, underground Shiva temple that one can find in any other travel package. Also check: Other plans and Tour-Packages for Hampi on link below https://www.mischieftreks.com/collections/hampi-tour-packages-and-group-tour-karnataka   WhatsApp Updates Hampi Tour from Mumbai - Summary Tour Location Hampi, Karnataka. Best Time to Visit October to February Difficulty Level Easy - Tour  Duration 4 Days 4 Nights Booking Amount INR 5000 onwards Batch Size 25 Participants Suitable For All age groups Organised by  Mischief Treks and Affiliates Category Group Tour  

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Mumbai to Hampi Backpacking Trip - Tour

Mumbai to Hampi Backpacking Trip

  • Hampi, Karnataka
  • 3 Nights 3 Days
Starting from ₹ 4,999

Join us from Mumbai to Hampi Backpacking Trip including AC Sleeper Bus Tour Package to the Heritage locations with stay in best Resort/Hotel/Hostel. Get ready for an enchanting journey through the historic and mystical land of Hampi. Our guided tour takes you on an exploration of the iconic Virupaksha Temple, the mysterious Underground Temple, the breathtaking views from Hemakuta Hills, and the ancient charm of Hampi Bazaar. Enjoy an adrenaline rush with cliff jumping and a serene Coracle Ride. Delve into the history at the Kings Balance, Stone Car, and Monolithic Nandi. Marvel at the architecture of Vitthal Temple, Badavi Lingam, and Lotus Mahal. Discover the rich heritage of the Elephant Stables, Hajari Rama Temple, and the Watch Tower. Hampi is waiting to reveal its treasures, and we're ready to guide you through this extraordinary experience Also check: Other plans and Tour-Packages for Hampi on link below https://www.mischieftreks.com/collections/hampi-tour-packages-and-group-tour-karnataka WhatsApp Updates

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Places-To-Visit and Things-To-Do in Hampi | Detailed Info.

Places to visit during your travel to Hampi, Karnataka

Places to visit during your tour/trip to Hampi in Karnataka


Virupaksha Temple, Hampi:

Located in the heart of Hampi, the Virupaksha Temple stands as a sentinel of centuries gone by. As I approached this ancient marvel, I was greeted by the vibrant colors of Hampi's bustling market, where local vendors sell everything from trinkets to vibrant scarves. The temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is not just a place of worship; it's a living legend that has stood for over 1,300 years. Its towering gopuram (entrance tower) welcomes visitors with open arms. As I explored the temple, I marveled at the intricate carvings that adorn its pillars, narrating stories from Hindu mythology.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
My visit to Virupaksha Temple was an unforgettable journey through time. The temple is not just a relic but a living embodiment of tradition. I joined the queue of devotees, and the spiritual energy in the air was palpable. As I entered the inner sanctum, I was drawn to the massive, elaborately carved chariot within the temple premises. It's here that I met a mischievous monkey who had a fascination with visitors' belongings. I had to guard my camera with my life! The temple's serene courtyards offer a sense of tranquility in the midst of the bustling town, and I couldn't help but imagine the countless pilgrims who had walked these hallowed halls over the centuries.

Hemakuta Hill Temple:

Hemakuta Hill, rising gracefully on the outskirts of Hampi, is more than just a rocky outcrop; it's a sacred page in the town's history. This place is believed to be where Lord Shiva did penance before marrying Parvati. As I made my way up the hill, I couldn't help but feel like an explorer on a mission. The rocks here, shaped by centuries of wind and rain, are like natural sculptures, each telling a story of time's passage.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
Climbing Hemakuta Hill was an adventure in itself. The panoramic view that unfolded before me left me speechless. The surrounding ruins of temples and boulders gave me a profound sense of the rich history that permeates this land. As I sat on one of the massive rocks, I noticed a local family enjoying a picnic, sharing food and laughter. It's those human moments that add an extra layer of warmth to the experience. Hemakuta Hill is where I attempted some yoga poses, inspired by the serenity of the surroundings. Let's just say I'll stick to enjoying the view rather than trying to replicate it.

Shree Vijaya Vitthala Temple:

Vitthala Temple, located in the northeastern part of Hampi, is a testament to the artistic and architectural brilliance of the Vijayanagara Empire. Dedicated to Lord Vitthala, a form of Lord Krishna, the temple is famous for its stone chariot, musical pillars, and breathtaking architecture. The moment I stepped into the temple complex, I was awestruck by the grandeur of the place. The iconic stone chariot, often dubbed the "Hampi Stone Chariot," is a symbol of Hampi and a testament to the sculptors' extraordinary skills.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
My visit to Vitthala Temple was like stepping into a world of beauty and craftsmanship. I was instantly drawn to the musical pillars, each producing distinct musical notes when struck. I couldn't resist trying my hand at creating a melody. It turns out that I'm a better listener than a musician, but the experience was a reminder of the temple's unique charm. I explored the intricate carvings that adorned the temple walls and marveled at the divine tales they told. As I sat in the temple courtyard, a group of school children visited, and their laughter echoed through the air. It was a delightful reminder of the temple's enduring significance in the hearts of visitors young and old.

Matanga Hill:

Matanga Hill, a striking geological formation, offers visitors a breathtaking panoramic view of Hampi's expansive landscape. As I began my ascent, I felt a sense of anticipation. The hill has more than natural beauty to offer; it holds legends and tales from ancient times. The view from the top is nothing short of mesmerizing, with the sprawling ruins of Hampi stretching out beneath you.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
Climbing Matanga Hill was a bit of a workout, but the view from the top made it all worthwhile. As I reached the summit, I couldn't help but imagine the history that unfolded here. I decided to strike a yoga pose, attempting to channel the serenity of the surroundings. Let's just say it ended with more laughter than enlightenment. The view of the setting sun was a memorable experience. It's the kind of place that makes you feel both small and connected to the grand tapestry of history.

Elephant Stables:

The Elephant Stables are a unique part of Hampi's historical heritage. These grand structures once housed the royal elephants of the Vijayanagara Empire. It's a place where the line between animal and royalty blurred, as the elephants enjoyed regal treatment. The domed chambers and ornate arches evoke the opulence and grandeur of a bygone era.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
Stepping into the Elephant Stables felt like entering a world of extravagance. I imagined the royal elephants parading through the grand archways. I decided to step into one of the stables, where I tried to fit into one of the elephant-sized baths. Let's just say, I'm more of a "shower person." The stables offered a glimpse into the lifestyle of the royal elephants, and it was a humbling experience to stand where they once roamed. It's a place where history and nature come together, and it certainly left a lasting impression.

Lotus Mahal, Hampi:

Nestled amidst the historical ruins of Hampi, the Lotus Mahal is a breathtaking architectural gem. Its name is a nod to its unique lotus-blossom-like structure. This ornate palace once served as a serene retreat for the royal ladies of the Vijayanagara Empire. As you stand before this blend of Hindu and Islamic architectural styles, you can't help but marvel at the delicate balance of grace and grandeur. The intricately carved arches, open pavilions, and the lotus-shaped dome are the hallmarks of this elegant structure.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
When I entered the Lotus Mahal, I was greeted by a gentle breeze that seemed to whisper tales of the queens who once graced its halls. I couldn't resist pretending I was royalty for a moment, walking through the arches and feeling the history in the air. As I sat in one of the serene pavilions, I imagined the conversations and laughter that must have filled the space centuries ago. It's a place that invites you to step back in time and embrace the regal tranquility of Hampi.

Tungabhadra River:

The Tungabhadra River flows gracefully through Hampi, adding a touch of serenity to the landscape. It's not just a river; it's a lifeline for the town. The riverbanks are dotted with lush greenery, creating a perfect setting for a leisurely stroll or a riverside picnic. You'll often see locals and tourists enjoying the tranquil waters, dipping their toes, or simply watching the world go by.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
I decided to go for a coracle ride on the Tungabhadra River during one of my visits. The circular boat felt like a time machine transporting me back to simpler days. As I glided on the water, I couldn't help but be amazed by the river's quiet strength and the beauty of the surrounding landscape. I spotted children playing by the banks and women washing clothes in the traditional way. It's a place where time slows down, and you find yourself immersed in the unhurried rhythm of life along the river.

Sanapur Lake:

Sanapur Lake, a hidden oasis, is a peaceful escape from the historical hustle and bustle of Hampi. Encircled by rocky hills, this pristine lake offers a serene environment for relaxation. It's a perfect spot for a laid-back day of swimming, picnicking, or simply enjoying the calm waters. You can also find small shacks around the lake serving local snacks and refreshments.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
I had the chance to visit Sanapur Lake during my last trip. As I approached, I was struck by the deep blue waters mirroring the sky, creating a tranquil and inviting ambiance. I couldn't resist taking a dip in the refreshing lake. It felt like nature's own spa, and the surrounding hills provided a stunning backdrop. The local vendors offered some of the most delicious street food I've ever tasted. It's a place that allows you to unwind and recharge, all while being embraced by the beauty of nature.

Shri Achyutaraaya Swami Temple:

Achyutaraya Temple, a lesser-visited gem, carries a unique charm. Its historical significance and intricate carvings make it a must-see for history enthusiasts. This temple, dating back to the 16th century, boasts an imposing gopuram, and its inner sanctum is adorned with stunning reliefs. The temple provides a quieter, contemplative experience compared to some of the more bustling sites in Hampi.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
My visit to Achyutaraya Temple felt like stepping back in time. The weathered carvings and the sheer scale of the temple were awe-inspiring. I couldn't resist sitting in the temple's inner sanctum, where the echoes of devotion from centuries past still lingered. The quietude of this place allowed me to reflect and connect with the historical soul of Hampi. It's like uncovering a hidden treasure in the heart of this ancient town.

Queen's Bathhouse:

The Queen's Bath is a striking example of royal indulgence. This exquisite bathing chamber once served as a private retreat for the queens of the Vijayanagara Empire. The architecture is a stunning blend of Hindu and Islamic styles, featuring a rectangular pool surrounded by ornate arches and balconies. The bath was ingeniously designed to maintain a cool temperature even during scorching summers.
How was the experience during previous visit? 
Stepping into the Queen's Bath made me feel like I was in the presence of royalty. I couldn't resist dipping my hand in the pool to experience the coolness, and it was indeed refreshing. The exquisite carvings and delicate arches added an air of elegance to the place. I couldn't help but imagine the queens relaxing in this opulent setting. It's a testament to the craftsmanship and luxury of a bygone era, and it certainly left me feeling like a pampered queen, even if only for a moment.

Interesting things to do in Hampi


Explore the Ruins:

Exploring the ruins in Hampi is like walking through the pages of history. These ruins are the remnants of the Vijayanagara Empire, one of the most powerful and prosperous empires of its time. I was amazed to learn that at its zenith, the empire had a population that could have rivaled any contemporary European city.

Rock Climbing:

Hampi's unique boulder-strewn landscape is a haven for rock climbers. It's interesting to note that these boulders have eroded over millions of years, creating a rock climber's dream playground. The history of these boulders is as old as time itself, with each one carrying tales of geological evolution.

Ride a Bicycle:

Rent a cycle and pedal through the charming village. I accidentally joined a local cricket match once. I can't say I was the star player, but I sure had fun trying.

Coracle Ride:

Picture a round, wobbly boat ride on the Tungabhadra River. It's like a real-life bumper boat adventure. I almost gave my coracle a name after the wild ride!

Sunset at Matanga Hill:

This one's a double feature. Hike up Matanga Hill for a fantastic view, and then enjoy the spectacular sunset. I once witnessed a marriage proposal here. She said yes, by the way. I clapped so loud I almost caused an echo!

Monkey Business:

Hang out with the monkey gang at Hanuman Temple. They're cheeky but charming. I got "blessed" by a monkey who snatched my sunglasses. Guess he needed them more than I did.

Taste Local Cuisine:

Savor some authentic South Indian food. I attempted to eat a super-spicy curry once and ended up drinking a gallon of water. Lesson learned: I'm not a spice warrior.

Visit the Underground Shiva Temple:

Descend into the earth and explore a hidden temple. I tried to touch the roof, but it was too far. But I did touch a lot of history, so it's a win!

Photography Session:

Hampi is a photographer's dream. I clicked so many pictures here that my phone got tired. The stunning architecture and landscapes make it impossible to take a bad photo.

Hippie Island:

Cross the river to Hippie Island for a different vibe. I found a cafe here where they served tea in a clay pot. I felt like I'd just time-traveled to the '60s.

FAQ's about Hampi Tour/Trip


What is Hampi?

Hampi is a historical place in Karnataka, India, known for its ancient temples and ruins from the Vijayanagara Empire.

Where is Hampi located?

Hampi is in the northern part of Karnataka, India, near the Tungabhadra River.

How do I get to Hampi?

You can reach Hampi by train, bus, or car. The nearest railway station is in Hospet, and from there, Hampi is just a short drive away.

What is the best time to visit Hampi?

The best time to visit Hampi is from November to February when the weather is cooler and more comfortable for exploring.

What are the must-see places in Hampi?

Must-see places include the Virupaksha Temple, Vijaya Vittala Temple, and the Hampi Bazaar.

Is there an entry fee for Hampi?

There is no entry fee for Hampi itself, but some specific sites within Hampi may charge a small fee.

Can I stay in Hampi?

Yes, there are various accommodation options in Hampi, from budget stays to more comfortable hotels.

What should I wear in Hampi?

Wear comfortable clothes suitable for walking and exploring, such as cotton outfits, and carry a hat and sunscreen.

What are the local food specialties in Hampi?

Local food specialties include South Indian dishes like dosas, idlis, and rice-based meals.

Are there guides available in Hampi?

Yes, you can find local guides who can show you around Hampi and explain its history.

How many days do I need to explore Hampi?

You would need at least 2-3 days to explore the main attractions of Hampi.

Is Hampi safe for tourists?

Yes, Hampi is safe for tourists, but it's always good to take standard safety precautions.

Can I take pictures in Hampi?

Yes, you can take pictures in Hampi, but some areas may restrict photography.

Are there ATMs in Hampi?

There are a few ATMs in Hampi, but it's better to carry cash as some places might not accept cards.

What is the significance of Hampi?

Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its rich history and architecture.

Can I visit Hampi with my family?

Yes, Hampi is a great place to visit with your family and learn about its history together.

What are the things to do in Hampi?

You can explore ancient ruins, visit temples, go on boat rides, and enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape. For a detailed information on Things To Do in Hampi - Click Here 

Do I need a ticket to visit the ruins in Hampi?

Some specific historical sites within Hampi require a ticket for entry.

What is the local language in Hampi?

The local language is Kannada, but many people also understand and speak English and Hindi.

Are there any festivals celebrated in Hampi?

Yes, the Hampi Utsav is a major festival celebrated here, showcasing local culture, music, and dance.

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