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  • Destination: Bangalore / Hampi / Bijapur / Badami / Bangalore


    Itinerary in Details:


    Day 01: Bangalore / Hospet (330kms l 6 Hrs):

    Morning board your vehicle and drive to Hospet. On arrival check in to your hotel and
    proceed for lunch. Later visit Hampi, the World Heritage Center, is the most beautiful
    and evocative of all the ruins of Karnataka. Capital of Vijayanagar kingdom is full of
    delightful surprises. Evening free and overnight.


    Day 02: Hampi:
    Morning breakfast, proceed for a full day sightseeing visit to King’s Palace – this is the

    largest enclosure, including two major platform structures, an underground chamber
    which must have served as a treasury or private audience hall, Mahanavami Dibba –
    equally impressive is the massive Mahanavami Dibba, where the kings once sat on
    gem-studded golden thrones and watched processions pass by. Queen’s Bath – This
    structure has a very plain exterior but the interior is stunningly ornate, with graceful
    arched corridors, projecting balconies and lotus-shaped fountains that used to spout
    perfumed water for the ladies of the court. Return to hotel and overnight.


    Day 03: Hospet – Hampi / Bijapur (215kms / 4hrs):

    Early breakfast, checkout and proceed to Bijapur. On arrival check into hotel. Later
    visit Gol Gumbaz – the most important attraction of Bijapur, the largest dome in the
    world, Mehtar Mahal – is on the way to the old city. heavily influenced by the Indo-
    Saracenic style, Gagan Mahal – built by Adil Shah l (1561), is a palace-cum-audience
    hall. The central arch of Gagan Mahal is the tallest and widest in entire Bijapur.
    Return to hotel. Overnight.


    Day 04: (120kms / l2hrs)

    Morning breakfast, check out and proceed to Badami. On arrival check in to hotel.
    Lunch and proceed half day sightseeing visit to Badami Caves — picturesquely
    situated at the mouth of a ravine between two rocky hills, the exquisite sculptures
    and the rust red sandstone cliffs of Badami tell many a tale of yore, North Fort – this
    is the largest enclosure, including two major platform structures, an underground
    chamber which must have served as a treasury or private audience hall, several
    other platforms, Banashankari – is a quaint hamlet taking its name from the goddess
    Banashankari. Built in the Dravidian style, the temple is dedicated to Banashankari, a
    form of Parvati. Return to hotel and overnight.


    Day 05: Badami

    Morning breakfast and proceed for a day excursion to Aihole and Pattadakal, Aihole is
    famous as the Cradle of Indian Temple Architecture has over 125 temples all
    intricately carved and rich in detail famous ones are Lad Khan Temple, Drug (fort)
    Temple, Ravalphadi Cave Temple, Konti Temple Complex, jain Meguthi Temple are few
    not to be missed. Pattadakal- A World Heritage centre has 10 major temples
    representing early Chalukyan architecture. Return to Badami in the evening.


    Day 06: Badami l Bangalore (450 kms / 8hrs):
    Early morning breakfast, checkout at 07.30hrs and proceed to Bangalore. Drop at Taj
    Yashwanthpur or airport. Tour ends.

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