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A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ancient capital of the Vijayanagara Empire.


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Imagine a place where sunrises paint temples gold and ruins whisper untold stories. That's Hampi, waiting to be explored! This UNESCO World Heritage Site holds stories of ancient legends, waiting to be discovered by curious souls like you.

Once the vibrant heart of the Vijayanagara Empire, Hampi now stands as a reminder of its majestic history! Wandering through Hampi's ruins, one encounters echoes of a majestic era etched into the intricate carvings and weathered stones.

The iconic Virupaksha Temple and the awe-inspiring stone chariot of the Vitthala Temple complex stand as timeless monuments to the city's architectural splendour. Hampi offers an unforgettable journey that will leave a lasting impression on your heart.

How is it?

‘Hampi’ is the anglicized version of the Kannada name ‘Hampe’ for a place that stands on the banks of the river Tungabhadra as a hauntingly striking testimony to the extravagance for which the Vijayanagara dominion, of which Hampi was the capital, was famed between the 14th and 16th Centuries.

Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi will reveal itself as a glorious commemoration of man’s ability to make history that can linger until its significance is revered and preserved.

Here, history, mythology, spirituality, art and architecture come together to make you wonder how a place can bear witness to both glorious and ruinous times, and the facets of men of war and peace, all inhabiting the same Earth, even as the confluence of the rivers Tunga and Bhadra adds an element of natural beauty to the dramatic setting.

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This Tour will take you to the throbbing veins of a city in which ancientness lingers at every turn of the road and leaves you amazed with its remnants of splendorous days.

Serving as a base to explore the history that sprawls across acres is a hotel which will ensconce you in modern comforts.