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Experience this new year in Hampi - UNESCO World Heritage Center by trekking to famous hills, bouldering, cycling around the city, unfolding the history behind Hampi, being hippie in hippie island, crossing the famous river in coracle ride and camping.
Hampi, also referred to as the Group of Monuments at Hampi, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in east-central Karnataka, India. It is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River in the eastern part of central Karnataka and is 376 kms from Bangalore.
Among the attractions of Hampi 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. The real pleasure in exploring Hampi comes from being on a bicycle or by walking around. Virtually every rock in Hampi has a story to say. This story is best heard if you give it time and walk around from rock to rock. Hampi is a backpacker's paradise, the same way a pilgrim's delight.
The trek would start through the back of the village towards the paddy field on the side of Tungabhadra River. Walking through the uneven surface of the bank, you would enter the banana farm. Afterwards, you would walk through the boulders and cross the river.
There are many local places where you can hop from one place to other enjoying live music, jamming and local cuisine. Discover hippie side of Hampi.
Day 2, 30th December,2018
MANDATORY THING TO CARRY
Please Note: There are loads of popular restaurants which should be explored.
Hey!! Here is the contact number of Venue for more information..