Hospet is a town well connected from several important cities in India. Bellary is the closest city from Hospet. Bangalore is eight hours journey on a bus. The city has a well-developed market area. Hospet is a well-known tourist destination mostly because of Hampi which inspires painters, trekkers, hikers and those who enjoy history. Tungabhadra Dam is another asset that makes Hospet a loved tourist destination.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1 : Hampi To Hospet
Arrive to Hospet transfer to Hotel – After breakfast visit to Virupaksha Temple Hampi Bazaar, Kodanda Rama temple, Achutaraya temple, Yantroddaraka, chakra thirta, Purandara Mantap, old bridge, King Balance, Vittal Temple, Stone chariot, Musical Pillars, Vittal bazaar, Lotus Mahal, Watch tower, Elephant Stable, Guards Barrat, underground temple, Pattabirama temple, Bheema gate, Ganagitthi Jain Temple - halt in Hospet.
Day 2 : Anegundi Sightseeing
Morning after breakfast move to Anegundi sightseeing - Gagan Palace, Chintamani, Navabrindavanam, Ranganath Temple, Jain’s Temple, Huchappayana Mat, Durga Temple, fort, Pampa Sarovar Laxmi Temple (Lake), Anjanadri Hill ( know as Hanuman birth Place)(Monkey Temple) Tungabhadra Dam – Halt in Hospet.
Tungabhadra dam is the largest dam in th Indian state of Karnataka. The dam is built on river Tungabhadra and the water is shared between Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It is ...
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Day 3 : Anegundi To Badami
Early morning checkout drive to visit to (UNESCO World heritage monuments) Aihole, Mahakoota, Pattadakal and Badami cave Temples (temples are composed of four caves out of soft sand stone built in late 6th to 7th centuries, the Chalukya architecture is a blend of Nagara and Dravidian style), Agastya Lake and Banashankari Temple – halt in Badami.
The Agastya Lake is surrounded by hills and reddish sandstone temples. The waters of this lake are said to possess healing powers too. The sandstone rocks around this lake ...
Near Bhuthanatha Temple, Badami, India
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Travel from Hospet to Badami
Day 4 : Badami To Kudala Sangam
After breakfast checkout and drive to visit Kudala Sangama - is an important centre of pilgrimage for people of the Lingayat faith. The Krishna and Malaprabha rivers merge here and flow east towards Srisaila (another Pilgrim center Near Kurnool AP). The Aikya Mantapa or the holy Samadhi of Basavanna, the founder of the Lingayat faith along with Ling, which is believed to be self-born (Swayambhu), is here. Sangamanath Temple and Almatti dam visit – halt in Bijapur.
The Almatti Dam is in a Bijapur, a small town Northern Karnataka, and is built across the Krishna River. The construction was done in 2005, so it is a relatively new dam. It ...
Across River Krishna near Almatti village of B. Bagewadi Taluk, Bijapu...
Travel from Badami to Bijapur
Day 5 : Bijapur Sightseeing
After breakfast move to sightseeing – Gol Gumbaz, Bara Kaman, Malik –e-Maidan (The Monarch of the Plains), Ibrahim Rauza, Archaeological Museum – Evening check out from hotel drop to Hospet Railway/ bus station – end tour.