Hampi Heritage Private Half Day Tour
- Visit the historic ruins of Hampi, one of India's UNESCO-listed heritage sites, on a private half day tour!
- Learn about its aquatic chambers, ancient monuments, royal pavilions, treasury buildings, and many more
- Brush up on your trivia from your local guide on the rich history and culture of the Vijayanagara empire
- Enjoy a relaxing coracle boat ride on the tranquil riverbanks of Tungabhadra and admire Hampi from afar
What to expect
Enjoy a short tour in the ruins of Hampi, a protected UNESCO World Heritage site, and learn about its abundant culture, lifestyle, and ancient structures from exquisite temples to a variety of royal residences. Step into the carnival of the last great dwelling sites of Vijayanagara empire beginning at the Sacred Center. Step into the plethora of pilgrimage hubs and monuments that are joined by Hampi's lyrical backdrops of natural vistas nearby the riverside. After your lunch break, you will head to the Royal Center and explore over 60 ruined temples, including the fortress lived by former Vijayanagara kings for their courtly and military practices. Continue on to the Islamic Quarters of Kamlapura and Anegundi, both renowned Muslim ruins of all kinds from historic monuments and more dwelling places belonging to the royalty. Set your sights to the lush natural landscapes, including a tranquil view of the Anjaneya Hill, as you enjoy a coracle boat ride on the Tunghabadra riverbanks. Make your final stop at Queen's Bath, a private chamber located close to the royal enclosure, and capture its unique architecture serving only the Vijayanagara monarchs.