Matangi Hill commands spectacular views and in fact is the most talked hill in Hampi. Matanga Hill is one of the holy places described in the epic Ramayana as the hermitage of Saint Matanga. Matanga Hill is the perfect spot to capture a panoramic view of Hampi and its surroundings. The rooftop of the Veerabhadra Temple at the summit is the best place to enjoy the spectacular sunrise and sunset at Hampi.
Be mesmerized with a spell from ancient times.
Replay the glorious past in the world’s largest open air museum. Listen to the echoes of thundering hooves and clanging swords. Travel back in time to experience the enchanting marvels of Hampi, By Night.
The first of its kind in the world, this curated night tour of Hampi unfolds the story of the great city come alive through immersive sound and light shows with techno-creative illuminations.
There's nothing quite like watching the Sunrise or sunset from Hampi, It would be So beautiful, so magical you would fell being transported back in time. Watching the City of Victory going to sleep or rising to life is an experience you would not want to miss.
Anjanadri parvatha is where Lord Hanuman was born according to Ramayana. The hanuman temple marked within has a beautiful statue and it is worth climbing the hill to visit this temple. Standing on the peak and seeing around, you can have the best glimpse of 'Kiskinda' the place where river tungabhadra twists and turns through the boulders of granites
The best way to experience the Fabled Capital of Vijayanagar Empire Hampi is to rent a bicycle and leisurely ride through the eloquent ruins. In Hampi at every turn there is a surprise. Every rock, every path and every monument at Hampi speak the same language; a language of glory and beauty. There is always something new to discover.
Enjoy the thrill of crossing swift flowing Tungabhadra river which swirls and curves through Hampi in these ancient traditional boats.
The Ramayana tells the story of how King Sugriva’s private vineyard on the outskirts of Hampi was plundered by a marauding band of vanaras who were celebrating Hanuman’s successful search for Sita.
Set up in the picturesqe UNESCO world heritage site is the award winning winery a veritable oasis in the Hampi Hills. Here you can take a tour of KRSMA Estates vineyards, do wine tasting and learn about wine making.
Birdwatchers, wildlife and nature enthusiasts visiting Hampi will be happy to know that 30 km from Hampi at Thungabhadra back waters is a natural bird sanctuary which is not only a roosting place for rare birds but also as a breeding spot. Lake attracts many birds such as the northern pintail, garganey, mallard, terns, storks, pelicans, egrets, herons, comb duck, cormorants, Ibis grebes, and innumerable waders.
The North Karnataka cuisine is mainly a vegetarian meal. Rice and jola (sorghum) are the staples of this region. Try the local delicacies at Blue Mist Restaurant