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HAMPI-BADAMI–VIJAYAPURA - 4D


Tour Code             HBV-4
Ex           : Bengaluru
Distance     : 1300 Kms
Duration   : 4 Days
Vehicle Used           By Bus
Accommodation   : Twin Sharing basis Standard Rooms
States Visited         : Karnataka
Places Visited         Hampi, Hospet, Badami, Aihole, Pattadakallu, Kudala Sangama, Vijayapura.


Departure dates:
    DEP DATE:. AUG 12, 26. SEP 16, 30. OCT 14, 28. NOV 11, 25. DEC 9, 23. JAN 20. FEB 10, 24. MAR 10, 24.

COST :In Rs...
Adult
Twin Sharing
9300*
Adult
Single Sharing
12555
Child
(2-11 Years)
6975
Child
(2-11 Y)
4650*
Without Bed & Seat
Advance
Amount
2000*

NOTE :
  • For Infants 2-24 months(2 Years) Please send enquiry.
  • Charges for children mentioned applies only if they accompanied by 2 adults. If the child is accompanied by single adult full amount will be charged.
  • Children 2-11 Years will be charged 75% of the tour Cost with full-seat, without extra bed.
DAY 1     BENGALURU - HOSPET
  Morning dep from Bengaluru, Basavangudi. Afternoon reach Hospet, transfer to hotel.  After Lunch visit Vijaya Vittala Temple, Purandahar mantapa, Archaeological Museum, Tungabhadra Dam. Night halt at Hospet.
 
DAY 2     BADAMI - AIHOLE - PATTADKAL - BIJAPUR
  Morning proceed to Badami, Banashankari temple, Badami caves. Aihole Durga Gudi & other temples, Pattadakallu historical places and temple visit. Night halt at Bijapur. 
 
DAY 3 BIJAPUR - HOSPET 
  Morning after breakfast  Gol gumbaz, bara kaman, Ibrahim Roja. Almatti Dam, Kudala Sangama Anubhava mantapa. Dep to Hospet . Night halt at Hospet.
 
DAY 4       HOSPET - BENGALURU
  Hampi Sightseeing Virupaksha Temple, Kadale Kalu & Sasive Kalu Ganesha, Krishna Temple Lakshmi Narasimha, Badavi Linga, Sister Stones, Underground Temple, Mint House, Lotus Mahal, Elephant Stables, Hazara Rama Temple, Palace Area, Mahanavami Dibba, Queen's bath. After lunch dep to Bengaluru. Night reach Bengaluru.
 
Hospet or Hosapete is a city in the Bellary District in central KarnatakaIndia. It is located on the Tungabhadra River, 12 km from HampiHampi is a World Heritage site containing the ruins of the medieval city Vijayanagara, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Hospet was built in 1520 AD by Krishna Deva Raya, one of the rulers of Vijayanagara. He built the city to honour the memory of his mother Nagalambika. The city was originally named Nagalapura; however, people referred to the city as Hosa Pete, which meant "New City". The area between Hampi and Hospet is still called Nagalapura. This was the main entrance to the city of Vijayanagara for travellers coming from Goa and the west coast.
Hampi (Hampe) is a village and temple town recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, listed as the Group of Monuments at Hampi. In northern KarnatakaIndia. It was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime. It is located within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire. Predating the city of Vijayanagara, Hampi continues to be an important religious centre, housing the Virupaksha Temple and several other monuments belonging to the old city. According to statistics of 2014,

Hampi is the most searched historical place in Karnataka on Google.[3] The empire boasted a massive army comprising close to a million men. In around 1500 AD Vijaynagar had about 500,000 inhabitants (supporting 0.1% of the global population during 1440-1540), making it the second largest city in the world after Beijing and almost thrice the size of Paris.

Badami formerly known as Vatapi, is a town and headquarters of a taluk by the same name, in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka,India. It was the regal capital of the Badami Chalukyas from 540 to 757 AD. It is famous for its rock cut structural temples. It is located in a ravine at the foot of a rugged, red sandstone outcrop that surrounds Agastya Lake. Badami has been selected as one of the heritage cities for HRIDAY - Heritage City Development and Augmentation Yojana scheme of Government of India.
Badami is surrounded by many pre-historic places, Hiregudda, Sidlaphadi and Kutkankeri (Junjunpadi, Shigipadi and Anipadi), there we can see the rock shelters megalithic burial sites and paintings.

Aiho?e is a village having a historic temple complex in the Bagalkot district of Karnataka, India and located 510 km from Bangalore. It is known for Chalukyan architecture, with about 125 stone temples dating from 5th century CE, and is a popular tourist spot in north Karnataka. It lies to the east of Pattadakal, along the Malaprabha River, while Badami is to the west of both. With its collection of architectural structures, Aiho?e temple complex is on the pending list of UNESCO World heritage sites.
Aiho?e was earlier known as Ayyavo?e and Aryapura in its inscriptions.[2] It was established in 450 CE as first capital of Chalukya kings and has about 125 stone temples, some which were constructed as experimental structures by artisans of Chalukyan period. A place known by as Morera Angadigalu near the Meguti hillocks has a large number of cysts of pre-historic period. The place was an agraharam. Aiho?e has been described as a cradle of temple architecture. Some brick structures of pre-Chalukyan times have also been excavated in this village.

Pattadakal also spelled Pa??adakallu is a World Heritage site, a village and an important tourist centre in the state of Karnataka and is located on the left bank of the Malaprabha River in Bagalkot district and is 22 km from Badami and 514 km from Bangalore. It is 22 km from Badami and about 10 km from Aihole, both of which are well known for Chalukya monuments. The Pre-Chalukya historical and Archaeological site Bachinagudda is also near Pattadakal.
Pattadakal, site where Badami Chalukya kings were crowned, was the capital of the Chalukya dynasty of Karnataka in Southern India between the 6th and 8th centuries. The Chalukyas built many temples here between the 7th and 8th century. There are ten temples at Pattadakal, including a Jain sanctuary surrounded by numerous small shrines and plinths in fusion of various Indian architectural styles (Rekha, Nagara, Prasada and Dravida Vimana). Four temples were built in Chalukya Dravida style, four in Nagara style of Northern India, while the Papanatha temple in a fusion of the two idioms. In all, nine Shiva temples and a Jaina basadi (called Jain Narayana temple built in the 9th century by the Rashtrakutas), situated along the northern course of a river.
Vijayapur city, formerly Bijapur, is the district headquarters of Bijapur District of Karnataka state. It is also the headquarters for Bijapur Taluka. Bijapur city is well known for its historical monuments of architectural importance built during the rule of the Adil Shahi dynasty. Bijapur is located 530 km northwest of Bangalore and about 550 km from Mumbai, and 384 km west of the city of Hyderabad.

Bijapur urban population as per 2011 census is 326,000, perhaps the 9th biggest city in Karnataka. Vijayapura Mahanagara Palike (VMP) is the newest Municipal Corporation formed under the KMC act along with Shivamogga and Tumakuru Municipal Corporations. The other existing city corporations in Karnataka state in descending order of population are BengaluruHubballi-DharawadaMysuruKalaburgiBelagaviMangaluruDavangere and Ballari. Administratively, Bijapur district comes under Belgaum division along with BagalkoteBelgaumDharwadGadagHaveri and Uttara Kannada (Karwar) districts.
 

Tour Price Includes :

  • Travelling by Deluxe Bus
     
  • 3 Nights accommodation on twin / Triple sharing basis.
     
  • Veg food Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
     
  • Tour Manager .

 

Tour Price Excludes :

  • Special Pujas & darshans
  • Entry Tickets , Boating
  • Camera Charges
  • Government Service Tax as applicable
  • Food during the train jouney
  • Laundry.
  • Telephone calls
  • Mineral water
  • Any other expense incurred other than which are mentioned in Tour cost includes list.