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The heritage city of Hampi which is referred to as ‘The group of monuments at Hampi’ is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the east-central Karnataka, along with the shores of the Tungabhadra river. It was one of the world’s second-largest medieval-era city, the first being Beijing, and one of India’s richest city during 1500 C.E., as traders from Persia and Portugal flocked to the happening capital of Vijayanagara.
After being conquered by Mughal Sultanates in 1565, the city was plunged to ruins, giving rise to the modern-day Hampi. It is considered as a “Fantasy world of rocks and ruins” by the Lonely Planet. Partake in this beautiful trek, where the walls do hold stories of the past. And if the archaeology and architecture aren’t enough to raise goosebumps, we also take you across the river to the stunning Anjaneya hills, which is known for being an amazing viewpoint for sunsets and sunrise.
Day 01: Reach Hampi – start the trek.
Day 02: Explore the heritage.
By Air: Jindal Vijaynagar Airport, Bellary is the nearest airport to reach Hampi which is about 40 km from away. You can easily book a cab from the airport to Hampi.
By Train: The nearest railway station from Hampi is Hospet, which is at a distance of 14 km. You can book a cab from railway station to Hampi.
By Road: Hampi is well connected by bus services from all the major cities. You can easily get a bus for Hampi.
Winters are the best season to visit Hampi. The best suitable months for visiting Hampi or going for trekking in Hampi is during the months of October to February. The weather remains pleasant throughout this season. Summers are not at all great for visiting Hampi.
Hampi is in the Bellary district of Karnataka. The distance of Bangalore and Hampi is of 364 km. The road trip starts from Bangalore to Hampi and this is how the trekkers and travellers reach Hampi.
The Hampi trek is totally suitable for the female and the solo travellers. You will be going on this trek with a group of trekkers in total guidance and care taken, so there is utmost safety for the solo and female travellers. The trek group will be of 10 to 50 members so everyone is safe in the group. Also, in our group treks, we have equal male and female ratio so the trek for females is totally safe.
The size of our trek group is somewhere in between 10 to 50 trekkers. For the confirmation of the event, we need a minimum of 8 members.
The major things that every trekker must carry with themselves when they are on the Hampi heritage trekking are good trekking shoes, a rucksack, cotton clothes, raincoat, water bottle, extra socks, torch, towel, walking stick, medicines, and some toiletries like the cold cream, sunscreen, moisturiser, toilet soap, etc.
Also, this is a weekend getaway trek so the trekkers have to carry their own bags and be self sufficient. We would recommend you to carry only the very important things because that would make your bags lighter.
The pickup and drop locations in Bangalore are
1. Swad E Punjab
2. New Shanti Sagar Hotel
3. KTM Mekhri circle
Hampi is called as the bouldering capital of India as the entire place has enough granite boulders and crags. Bouldering is an outdoor adventurous activity where the people are supposed to climb the rocks or boulders. Bouldering in Hampi is quite popular and a very fond adventure activity.
Hampi is one of the famous adventure destinations in India where trekking, bouldering, and camping are quite popular. Hampi is an old city that is known for its ruined architecture and the World Heritage Sights that also include some gorgeous temples. It is a popular tourist and adventure destination of South India.
The Virapapur Gadde island of Hampi is called as the hippie island of the Hampi town. It is the unofficial name given to the island because of the vibe of the place. Since it is surrounded by the Tungabhadra river on all sides, it is called as the island.
Once you trek to the top of the Anjaneya Hill which is believed to be the birthplace of Lord Hanuman, you will witness the stunning sunset.
Coracle rides is one of the famous water activities of Hampi which all the tourists try. It is a simple ride on a round shaped boats called as coracles. The coracle are the traditional shaped boats that are quite popular in Hampi. The design and the shape of the boats are unique to the rivers of Southern India. The coracles drift slowly down the Kabini, hugging the shoreline.
Some of the famous World Heritage Sights of Hampi are Vijaya Vitthala temple, Sri Virupaksha temple, Hemakuta hill temple complex, Lakshmi Narsimha temple, Achyutaraya temple, and Sasivekalu Ganesha temple.
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