A story crafted in stones about 600 years ago, Hampi is a place which mesmerizes every time you visit it. A beautiful sheer spread and magnitude of structures amongst the hillocks full of rocks and trees.
Hampi is about 560 Km toward the south of Pune and in eastern region of Karnataka. It’s charismatic even in its ruined state, attracting thousands of visitors every year. Vast stretches of boulder-strewn hills make the backdrop of Hampi unique. Dotted around the hills and valleys are 500 plus monuments.
Among them are beautiful temples, ruins of palaces, remains of aquatic structures, ancient market streets, royal pavilions, bastions, royal platforms, treasury buildings… the list is practically endless. Hampi is a backpacker’s paradise, the same way a pilgrim’s delight.
||Pune – Hampi – Pune
||Friday – 7.30pm
||Sunday – 10.30pm
|MANDATORY THING TO CARRY
||Two litres of water bottles
• Rain coat (if in case it rains)
• One cover sheet – Good to have one
• A cap
||• Cargo/track pants -2
• T-shirt -2
• Shoes, Socks
• Personal medication kit
• Rain Coat/Poncho
|To and fro journey
|Two breakfasts (Saturday, Sunday)
||Snack/Power packs for trek
|Lots and lots of fun and excitement.
|Any personal purchases.
|*(Hampi is Famous for multiple cuisines. hence, there are multiple option for Food.)
Start from Pune – Reach Hampi town – get ready for trek at homestay – Start the trek – cross the river and boulders – Virupaksha Temple – Hanumaan temple – Sunset – Back to homestay – camp fire.
Next day – Bouldering with proper gears under expert guidelines – Lake visit – back to Pune.