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The Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal tour package provided by Groowynd will take you back in time to discover the ancient wonders of Hampi, Badami, Aihole, and Pattadakal. With the help of this Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal itinerary, you may explore a fascinating archaeological trail while learning about the exciting history, exquisite architecture, and rich cultural legacy of these outstanding locations in Karnataka.

Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal Tour Package

You will start your journey at Hampi, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Investigate the remnants of the former metropolis, awe at the splendor of the Virupaksha Temple, and behold the exquisite stone chariot of the Vittala Temple. Explore the magnificent Lotus Mahal, the Elephant Stables, the Hampi Bazaar, and the well-known Hanuman Temple. You’ll be transported back in time by the breathtaking scenery scattered with historic buildings.

You can visit Badami next, a city famed for its spectacular rock-cut cave temples. You will witness the magnificent Badami Cave Temples to take in the complex sculptures and architectural wonders that were carved out of the sandstone cliffs. Witness the captivating views of Agastya Lake and the surrounding rough hills while exploring the magnificent Bhootnath Temple

Further, you can travel to Aihole, which is frequently referred to as the “Cradle of Indian Temple Architecture.” Discover the Aihole Temples, a treasure trove of archaeological remains representing many architectural styles. Admire the Lad Khan Temple, the elaborately carved Durga Temple, and the historic Buddhist cave complex. Aihole is evidence of the advancement in Indian temple design.

In the end, you could visit Pattadakal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a treasure trove of historic temples, to round out your journey. Visit the architecturally diverse Virupaksha Temple, Mallikarjuna Temple, and Papanatha Temple. The magnificent temples of Pattadakal are a synthesis of several regional architectural styles.

The Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal itinerary promises an educational adventure through Karnataka’s historic beauties. Discover these places’ historical mysteries, marvel at their architectural wonders, and take in their eternal beauty. Get ready to be enthralled by the grandeur of history as you make lifelong memories. Other packages we offer are the Bijapur Badami Aihole Pattadakal Hampi package and so on.

Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal

Hampi Badami Aihole Pattadakal Itinerary

Day 1: Bangalore to Hampi

The guest will be picked up from Bangalore and transferred to Hampi. After arriving at Hampi and checking in, you can visit the well-known Virupaksha Temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, and take in its elaborate architecture and decorations. Explore the thriving Hampi Bazaar, which is well-known for its regional crafts and trinkets. Learn about the Vijayanagara Empire’s past and relevance by visiting the Hampi Museum.

Day 2: A tour of Hampi

You can visit the Royal Enclosure first thing in the morning to see the Queen’s Bath, Lotus Mahal, and the spectacular Elephant Stables. Find out more about the magnificent Vittala Temple Complex, which is renowned for its unique stone chariot, melodic pillars, and beautiful carvings. Visit the stunning Achyutaraya Temple and its enormous stone chariot to cap off the day.

Day 3: Visit other places in Hampi

You can visit the Anegundi Village first thing in the morning, which lies across the Tungabhadra River. Discover the historic sites of the village, such as Pampa Sarovar and Anjaneya Hill. Enjoy the tranquility and beautiful splendor of the Tungabhadra River by taking a coracle boat trip. Experience the breathtaking Sanapur Lake, renowned for its granite formations and serene atmosphere. Discover the charming Monkey Temple and take in the expansive views of the surroundings.

Day 4: Travel to Badami

Next, guests will be transferred to Badami, a city renowned for its magnificent structures and old rock-cut caverns. Discover the complex sculptures and stunning frescoes in the four Hindu deity-dedicated cave temples of Badami. On the shores of Agastya Lake, visit the Bhutanatha Group of Temples. Take in the magnificent views of the town and surrounds from the Badami Fort.

Day 5: Travel to Aihole

Guests can travel to Aihole, the “Cradle of Indian Architecture,” for a day excursion and take in the huge array of historic temples that it has to offer. Visit the well-known temples Lad Khan, Ravana Phadi Cave, and Durga Temple, which are renowned for their elaborate architectural designs and sculptures.

Day 6: The guest will visit places in Pattakadal like Mallikarjuna Temple and admire the intricate sculptures, pillar carvings, and carved images of numerous Hindu deities. Sangameshwara Temple and so on. Guest can travel back from the location for drop off.

Places to Visit in Hampi

Virupaksha Temple: The major destination for pilgrims visiting Hampi is the majestic Virupaksha Temple, which is situated on the banks of the Tungabhadra River. The temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is renowned for its imposing gopuram (tower) and magnificent sculptures.

Vittala Temple: Known for its unique stone chariot, intricately carved pillars, and fabled musical pillars that play music when tapped, the Vittala Temple is regarded as the height of Vijayanagara architecture. The famous “Hampi Stone Chariot,” a representation of Karnataka tourism, is also housed within the temple complex.

Royal enclosure: Explore the archaic remains that formerly housed the Vijayanagara Empire’s regal enclosure. Highlights include the Lotus Mahal, with its exquisite arches and balconies, the Elephant Stables, and the Queen’s Bath, a remarkable example of Indo-Islamic architecture.

Hazara Rama Temple: The stunning bas-reliefs that decorate the walls of the Hazara Rama Temple portray episodes from the Ramayana. The sculptures are a stunning delight for history and art fans and tell the legendary tale of Lord Rama.

Hampi Bazaar: Visit the bustling Hampi Bazaar to browse the local handicrafts, jewelry, and souvenirs available there. The crowded market is a fantastic location to learn about the local way of life and meet the kind residents.

Places to Visit in Badami

Badami Cave Temples: These rock-cut caverns, carved into the untamed sandstone cliffs, are a wonder of architecture. The four cave temples, which are devoted to different Hindu deities, are filled with stunning murals, exquisite sculptures, and carvings that portray episodes from Hindu mythology. Every cave has a unique look and importance.

Bhutanatha Temples: The Bhutanatha Temples provide a serene and beautiful atmosphere since they are located on the shores of Agastya Lake. The temples honoring Lord Shiva have distinctive Dravidian and Nagara architectural designs. Take a tranquil stroll around the lake while admiring the lovely temple reflections.

Badami Fort: Atop the fort, you may get a birds-eye perspective of the town and its surroundings. The fort, built on a rocky hill, displays the remains of old buildings and offers a window into the area’s past.

Museum: Discover more about Badami’s rich legacy by viewing the artifacts and sculptures on show at the archaeological museum. Ancient statues, coins, and architectural pieces at the museum help to shed further light on the culture that formerly existed there.

Places to Visit in Aihole

Durga Temple: This temple, which is devoted to the goddess Durga, is a beautiful illustration of early Chalukyan design. The temple, which is well-known for its apsidal-shaped design and beautiful sculptures, is evidence of the Chalukya dynasty’s skill in architectural design.

Lad Khan Temple: Take a tour of one of Aihole’s oldest temples, the Lad Khan Temple. It is a distinctive mix of architectural styles and elaborate sculptures and is dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Ravana Phadi Cave Temple: On a mountainside, the Ravana Phadi Cave Temple is adorned with intricate sculptures of scenes from the Ramayana. Observe the exquisite craftsmanship and the old rock-cut structures.

Huchappayyagudi Temple: Wonder at the blending of several architectural styles in this historic temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Huchappayyagudi Temple. The temple features elaborate carvings, artistically carved pillars, and a tranquil atmosphere.

Places to Visit in Pattadakal

Virupaksha Temple: The Virupaksha Temple is a magnificent example of Chalukyan architecture and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple, which honors Lord Shiva and displays the rich creative traditions of the area, is decorated with elaborate carvings, sculptures, and friezes.

Mallikarjuna Temple: Explore the Mallikarjuna Temple, which combines Nagara and Dravidian architectural elements. Admire intricate sculptures, pillar carvings, and carved images of numerous Hindu deities.

Sangameshwara Temple: This temple is a striking example of how North Indian and South Indian architectural styles may coexist together. Explore the stunning sculptures and carvings that decorate the temple complex.  Papanatha Temple: The Papanatha Temple, which is devoted to Lord Shiva, is well known for its exquisitely carved statues and elaborate themes. It exhibits a synthesis of early Chalukyan and Rashtrakuta architectural styles.