Hampi Tour by Tuk-Tuk (Auto Rickshaw)
- Explore the city of ruins by Tuk Tuk
- Witness the set of UNESCO World Heritage monuments
- The driver will pick up the guests from Hampi or Hospet as mentioned while booking.
- The driver will transfer the guests to the hotel if in case the pick up is from Hospet bus stand. The guests can drop their luggage & can start the tour accordingly.
- We start our tour of attractions in and around Hampi & visit the most attracting places of Hampi.
- We can stop in a nearby local restaurant for lunch near Hampi bazaar at your own expenses
- We will continue visiting the rest of the monuments and drop back to the hotel.
- Virupaksha temple- This is part of a group of monuments, designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Hampi Bazaar- It was a local market where people used to sell heaps of jewels and gold.
- Kadalekalu Ganesha- is one of the largest and monolithic statues of Lord Ganesha that exists in the southern part of India
- Sasivekalu Ganesh- This monolithic statue carved out of a huge boulder measures about 2.4 meters
- Krishna Temple- The Krishna temple is known for its exquisite carvings and elegant architectural designs.
- Krishna Bazaar- is a relatively newly excavated site in Hampi & this Bazaar is associated with the Krishna temple
- Monolithic Ugra Narasimha statue- The speciality of the sculpture is that it is the largest monolith statue in Hampi.
- Badavi Linga- This is a temple dedicated to lord Shiva and is a monolithic statue.
- Underground Shiva temple - it is one of the popular temples that are visited by tourists on the Hampi trail.
- Mint area - These are the temples situated in the much popular Royal enclosure which fall on the way to Kamalapuram from Hampi.
- A viewpoint of Noble Men's Quarters - This is where the aristocrats of the Vijayanagar lived. The ruins of the foundations spread out over a valley among the foot of small rocky hills.
- Zanana Enclosure - The Zenana Enclosure was a fortified and secluded area reserved for the royal ladies of the Vijayanagara Empire.
- Lotus Mahal - Also known as Chitrangani Mahal and Kamal Mahal, this falls under the secular or nonreligious categories of structures in Hampi.
- Elephant stable - The Elephant Stable in Hampi is an impressive structure that was used to provide shelter for the royal elephants of the Vijayanagara Empire.
- Watch Tower- This is the largest and most detailed of all watchtowers among the Hampi ruins.
- Hazara Rama temple- This temple is located to lord Rama is an important shrine in Hampi.
- Royal Enclosure-This fortified area had been the seat of power of the fallen empire.
- Mahanavami Dibba- This is the tallest structure in this area and hence the first thing you would notice as you enter the royal enclosure
- Underground secret chamber- This sub-terrain chamber has probably used a treasury of a secret discussion room, located inside the citadel area.
- Stepped tank- Pushkarini are the sacred water tanks that are attached to the temples and these were considered as sacred during the ancient time.
- Queen's bath- The Queen’s bath in Hampi is a colossal bath that exemplifies the architectural excellence prevalent during the days of the Vijayanagara empire
*Note: Many attractions are next to each other or in the same complex so while tour covers a lot of places it is still not a rushed tour.
- Pick-up from Hotel/Bus stand or Hospet town
- All transfers & sightseeing in Tuk-Tuk (auto rickshaw)
- Expert auto-rickshaw driver with local knowledge
- Private tour for your group only (upto 3 people in one auto/TukTuk)
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
No not at all. In Hampi many attractions and monuments are actually with a common complex and quire near to each other. So we spend less time commuting and more time at the monuments.
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