Trip To Hampi With Hikerwolf


Hampi is a fantasy world of rocks and ruins; a carnival of carvings. The magnificent ruins of Hampi leave an unearthly landscape that has pulled travelers for centuries. Heaps of giant boulders perch precariously over kilometers of undulating terrain, their rusty hues offset by jade-green palm groves, banana plantations, and paddy fields. Let’s pack our bags to get adventurous with the Hampi trip.


3 Nights, 3 Days


  • 29th march 2024


From Mumbai / Pune: ₹8999/- per person

From Bangalore: ₹7499/- per person

From Hospet: ₹4999/- per person

Extra amount Dual Sharing room: ₹500/- per person

NOTE: Block your seat at just ₹2000/- and pay the rest 25 days before the trip date.


Pick Up Points

    • 14:30 Borivali East Near Axis Bank
    • 14:40 Kandivali East Samtanagar
    • 14:45 Malad East Shantaram Talao
    • 14:55 Goregaon East Indian Oil Petrol Pump
    • 15:05 Jogeshwari East Lal Building
    • 15:15 Andheri East Bridge End Hanuman Road Bus Stop
    • 15:20 Vile Parle East
    • 15:30 Santacruz East Teachers Colony
    • 15:30 Bandra East Kalanagar Bus Stop
    • 16:00 Sion Chunabhatti Bridge Ending
    • 16:10 Chembur Hotel Yogi Resturant
    • 16:25 Vashi Plaza Signal
    • 16:30 Sanpada Bridge Ending
    • 16:45 Nerul LP factory
    • 16:55 CBD Belapur Flyover Bridge End
    • 17:00 Kharghar Three Star Hotel
    • 17:05 Kamothe signal
    • 17:10 Kalamboli McDonald Hotel
    • 17:25 Khalapur Toll Naka
    • 18:30 Lonavala Desi Food
    • 18:45 Urse TalegaonToll Naka
    • 19:15 Wakad Ginger Hotel
    • 19:20 Hinjewadi Bridge
    • 19:30 Baner Sadanad Resort
    • 19:45 Chandani Chowk
    • 19:55Vadgaon Opp Vishwas Hotel
    • 20:00 Katraj Wonder City
    • 20:45 Shirwal
    • 21:30 Surur fata (Wai-Mahableshwar)
    • 22:00 Anand Rao Circle
    • 22:15 Majestic
    • 22:30 Navarang
    • 22:45 Yeswanthapur
    • 23:00 Gorguntapalya
    • 23:15 Jalahalli cross
    • 23:30 8th mile
    • 23:45 PARLE GE TOLL
    • 23:55 Madanayakanahalli

Pick up points are subject to change as per availablity of the travels available. This is just an assistance that we are providing for your convenience.
Please get in touch with the team for more details!


Day 1: Hampi Trip Begins ( Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore)

Start our journey to Hospet from our respective pick-up points.

Day 2: Arrival at Hampi | Explore Hippie Island, Lake Viewpoint, Cliff Jumping, Coracle Ride

Once we reach Hospet in the morning by approximately 9:00 AM we begin the Hampi tour; we transfer to Hippie Island and check in to our hotel for the day.
Explore the island and visit the Lake viewpoint and do Cliff Jumping. We shall also go for the thrilling Coracle ride and visit  Anegundi village, and now it’s time to experience the most mesmerizing Sunset at Bala Hanuman Temple via a short hike. The night will be for music, dance, and fun with friends. Overnight stay at the Hotel / Homestay.

Day 3: Hampi Tour & Sightseeing

Post breakfast, check out of the hotel by 07:30 hrs. Explore Hampi Bazaar, Hemakuta Hills, Virupaksha temple, Monolithic Nandi, Kings Balance, Stone Car, Vitthal Temple, Badavi lingam, Ugranarsimha, and Underground Temple, Pushkarni, Lotus Mahal, Elephant stables, Hajari Rama Temple, and Watch Tower. Concluding the Hampi trip we leave at 5 PM to our hometowns.

Day 4: Reach Mumbai 

Reach Mumbai around 9:00 am with lots of new friends and memories from the trip!



    • Transportation in A/C sleeper buses from Mumbai / Pune and back
    • Transportation from Hospet to Hampi and back
    • 2 days sightseeing tour
    • Accommodation
    • Entry charges to the monuments
    • Campfire
    • Breakfast for day 2
    • Coracle ride
    • Cliff Jump
    • Rent for sightseeing auto
    • Bike charges
    • 1 litre petrol per vehicle
    • All internal transfers
    • Fun games
    • HikerWolf expertise
    • Guide charges


    • Meals not mentioned above
    • 5% GST and processing fees
    • Anything not mentioned under inclusion

Note: There are a number of cafes with amazing ambience and variety lips smacking delicious food options available, you can try them all at your convenience.


    • Most Important your ID proof
    • Cap/Hats
    • Sunscreen, moisturizer
    • Glares
    • Pair of clothes
    • Towel
    • Casual shoes and flip-flops
    • Sanitary Kit
    • Personal medicines (if any)An extra bag to keep your wet clothes

Note: Do not carry any valuables. Please take care of it in case you are carrying the same. We will not be responsible if you lose them by any chance.

    • HikerWolf reserves the rights to cancel the trip if the minimum batch size does not suffice. 
    • While you have selected multiple sharing rooms, please note that our priority at Hikerwolf is to accommodate you with individuals of the same gender. In the event that the male-female ratio doesn’t align, room assignments will be made accordingly.
    • Trip Leaders will only accompany you if there are people more than the minimum batch size otherwise, the trip will be handled virtually.
    • Mumbai/Pune/Bangalore Bus ticket prices might rise if you plan to book at the last moment, this is subject to an increase in bus ticket rates.
      Hikerwolf reserves the right to change the mode of transport in case of unavailability in said modes of transport or high pricing.



(This is for people joining us directly at Hospet)

By Air: The nearest airport is Hubballi about 150 km. Other airports near Hospet are at Bangalore about 350 km and Belgaum about 200 km well connected by Indian Airlines flights to most parts of India.

Rail: Hospet Railway Station is well connected by rail line to Bangalore, Hyderabad, Hubli, and Vijapur.

Road: One can hire a taxi from Hubli till Hospet.

For participants joining from Mumbai

Multiple Sleepers and semi-sleeper buses are running from Mumbai (All locations) to Hospet and back. Board Bus that starts between 17:00 hrs to 18:00hrs to reach Hospet by 09:00 hrs the next day. Various bus operator like VRL and SRS provides this service. Kindly visit to book your tickets now. of course, we will be there for your assistance.

We have many Solo Trippers on all our trips. The Hampi trip is planned in such a way that you will not only enjoy the trip but also make new friends.

We generally have many girls joining us on our trips so there are high chances that you are not the only girl on the Hampi trip. The major of our staff are a girls & girls safety is of prime importance to us. we assured you that you wil be with safe and reliable people on the Hampi Trip.

We prefer to have a group of 15-30 people on our Hampi Trip as we intend to have more fun and give personal care.

importance in Indian culture. 

By the 10th century, Hampi had become a center of religious and educational importance. Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva, Durga, and other deities were built.

In the 14th century, Hampi was invaded by Muslim Sultanates and the architecture was destroyed.

Vijayanagar empire was built around the same time. Infrastructure and architecture were greatly boosted around this period. The Vijayanagara Empire arose from the ruins of the Kampili kingdom. It grew into one of the famed Hindu empires of South India that ruled for over 200 years. Hampi became multi-religious and multi-ethnic. But, the wars between Muslim Sultanates and Vijayanagara Empires continued. Hampi was captured by the Sultanates and was pillaged, looted, and burnt for six months after the war and that left Hampi into the ruins we see today.

Such glory is the history of Hampi.

On the Hampi trip, you will be accompanied by our travel coordinators. All our events are led and hosted by professional travel coordinators who have good experiences in managing groups and conducting various team-building games and activities.

This type of team-building games and activities helps like-minded travellers to mix up, make new friends and enjoy every moment of the Hampi trip.

Yes, pick up and drop facilities are available from Pune / Mumbai in Sleeper Luxury Buses in our Hampi Tour Package

We will provide accommodation on a dual and triple sharing basis at our hotel on this Hampi trip. All rooms are well equipped with clean mattresses, cushions, and blankets. HikerWolf is known to provide the best possible accommodation on all our trips. 

Generally, accommodation is provided on a dual-sharing basis. If there is an odd number of people, then there would be a triple exchange. If there is a couple, we can give them a separate room (If you’ll are couple inform us once you have booked)

Yes, the Hampi trip is limited to people up to the age of 35 years. Travelers need to be within the age limit on the date of the trip departure to be eligible to join. We strictly follow this age criterion, and can not make any exceptions.

We feel that a narrow age-group leads to better experiences for our travelers when they visit a destination and the whole trip experience is more fun since people are on the same wavelength. Plus, it is always great when people make friends and keep in touch later.

Yes, for the breakfast included in our package we will provide Jain food. For other meals which are not included, we will make sure that we visit the cafes that provide Jain food. Please inform us of your food preferences in the WhatsApp group which we make before the trip for coordination.

Yes, campfire jams, Dance, Music, and lots of Masti are our specialities. We will have an amazing time sharing stories and relaxing around the bonfire on our Hampi Trip.

No, Hampi does not have an ATM so carry enough cash. Hospet is the last place with an ATM.

Yes, the bike ride is completely safe in Hampi. Take the necessary precautions and first-aid kits with you all the time. And have a lovely time enjoying and discovering Hampi.

Hubli airport is the nearest airport to Hampi.

Yes, Hampi is famous for its architecture but also the knowledge behind them. The stories and legends carved in the monuments are intriguing and serve as a storehouse of knowledge.

Some of the best places to visit in Hampi:

  1. Elephant Stable: Compared to other monuments elephant stable saw only a little damage during the war. These monuments provided shelter to the royal elephants of the Vijaynagara empire. The elephant stable is one of the best examples of the Indo-Islamic style of architecture.


2. Monkey Temple: This hilltop is also popular for being the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. The monkey temple can be reached after climbing a total of 575 steps, The view from the top is very soothing and calming, and it also provides a good view of the city. 


3. Tungabhadra River: The Tungabhadra river was also known as the Pampa river in the Ramayana era. This river is of special importance in the Hampi culture, not only political but also religiously. The sunset and sunrise from the river and its dam provide a fantastic view. Also, one can experience adventurous water sports here such as swimming, boating, and coracle ride.


4. Daroji Bear Sanctuary: The speciality of the place is that sloth bears live openly here, this is Asia’s first sloth bear century and you will get to see Mahau trees in enormous numbers. The sanctuary is filled with lush green trees. If you are lucky you may also spot a beautiful peacock. 

You can hire a tuk-tuk driver and tour around the ruins. Hire a local guide and he will provide in-depth info about the temples and their history. The tour will surely be captivating for you and your kids.

Following are the things you should carry for the Hampi Trip

  • Sanitiser
  • Most Important your ID proof
  • Cap/Hats
  • Sunscreen, moisturizer
  • Glares
  • Pair of clothes
  • Towel
  • Casual shoes and flip-flops
  • Sanitary Kit
  • Personal medicines (if any)An extra bag to keep your wet clothes

Note: Do not carry any valuables on the Hampi Trip. Please take care of it in case you are carrying the same. We will not be responsible if you lose them by any chance.

Yes, the Coracle ride is included in our Hampi Tour Package. Coracle ride is one of the most thrilling activities in Hampi. Riding on the splashy water of the Tungabhadra dam is another level adventure. The fun and thrill are incomparable and it is one of the most sought activities in Hampi.

Yes, Cliff jumping is included in our Hampi Tour Package. Cliff jumping is a highly refreshing activity. The height of the cliff, the backdrop, and the activity sets a perfect tone for an exhilarating experience. You will surely enjoy it.

Yes, cliff Jumping in Hampi is extremely safe. Also, safety jackets will be provided and all precautions will be taken. And also you will be instructed by the instructor before the jump.

Highlights of Our Hampi Tour Package

  • We excavate the most mysterious stories while building some promising new friendships
  • We lose ourselves in the glory of the past while making memories that will always last
  • We visit the temples from the olden days  and click pictures that will garner everyone’s praise
  • We explore olden bazaars alley after alley and cheer our souls while being a little silly
  • We journey through the unknown with strangers who we feel that we’ve always known
  • We eat like crazy and dance like high and fill our tummies with delicious falafel, pita, hummus & banoffee pie
  • We experience the most sought-after bike ride and explore the island full of beauty, endless and wide
  • We witness the most colorful sunset, a scene so beautiful that our souls won’t be satisfied yet
  • We forget our stress on the coracle ride while laughing like crazy with our teeth wide
  • We visit the magnificent stone chariot while ticking off a place from India’s currency note

We will provide rented Bikes, Tok-Tok auto, boat, etc. on the Hampi trip.

As Hampi is famed for its cafes where we get ample food options for VEG/NON-VEG/JAIN food. We will be visiting some of the best cafes in Hampi so that you can treat yourself to the best cuisines.

After selecting the Hampi trip, click the Book now button, select the dates and make your payment. You will get an auto-generated receipt on the email submitted by you. You can also contact us if you have any difficulty, we will guide you through the booking process.

Yes, you can share your ideas for the Hampi trip. We will analyze it and if the idea is feasible we will apply it.

Yes, you can drink alcohol only on the day of your stay in Hampi (only at night). Smokers can smoke but you have to make sure that you don’t make others uncomfortable.

The nearest railway station to reach Hampi is Hospet. However, there is less frequency of trains between Mumbai/Pune and Hospet. You can take sleeper busses which run regularly between Hospet and Mumbai. Also, the nearest airport, Hubli, is located around 150kms from Hampi/ Hospet. You can reach Hampi from Hospet through local transportation.

It will take us around 14 hrs to reach Hampi from Mumbai by road. You can also take a flight from Mumbai to Hubli and book a taxi to reach Hampi.

The fastest way to reach Hampi from Pune is a flight to Hubli Airport, then take a cab or an auto to Hampi

It will take us around 12 hrs to reach Hampi from Pune by road. You can also take a flight from Pune to Hubli and book a taxi to reach Hampi.

The fastest way to reach Hampi from Bangalore is by flight to Hubli Airport, then taking a cab to Hampi. However, the best economic way to take a bus from Bangalore to Hospet and then take the local transport to Hampi

It will take you around 7 hrs to reach Hampi from Bangalore by road. You can also take a flight from Bangalore to Hubli and book a taxi to reach Hampi.

Hampi is Popular as one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites. Ironically, this pure splendor of 14th century East-Central Karnataka has left behind its prosperous story. A story carved through stones for the visitors. The place is brimming with cultural and traditional artifacts and architecture. Certainly, Hampi is a true feast for the eyes. And, the art that lived in the core of the reigns remains alive. That is to say, through the stories about the kingdom and the capital city.

For more info read our blog:

The best time to visit Hampi is from October to March when the climate is quite cool and pleasant for sightseeing in Hampi.

There is poor mobile network connectivity in Hampi due to the lack of cellphone towers. Vodafone, Idea, and Airtel do not give proper coverage, only the BSNL network works there. Also, many cafes provide wifi connections.

Hampi is famous for its temples. These temples have a great significance in Indian culture. The knowledge and holiness that existed in this place once upon a time are truly appreciable.

These temples are built from piles of giant rocks. Climbing on these rocks is quite adventurous and they provide a backdrop to click beautiful pics.

Hampi is also home to several magnificent hills such as Matanga Hill, Hemakuta Hill, etc. These hills provide an awesome view of the sunrise as well as the sunset. One can view the marvellous architecture of Hampi from above and the mighty Tungabhadra river altogether.

Also, Hampi is home to several water sports activities that can be done on the river Tungabhadra. Water sports such as Boating, swimming, fishing, and coracle rides are truly amazing experiences. 

Some of the famous temples of Hampi are:

Malyavanta Raghunatha Temple:

Malyavanta Raghunatha Temple has great importance in Indian Culture, the temple is minutely detailed. And has great importance in Indian culture. Built on a giant boulder, this temple has a special vibe to it. Enjoy the knowledge and the holiness of the temple while you are in Hampi.


Virupaksha temple:

Virupaksha temple makes for a huge amount of attraction. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva, the holiness and sacredness of the temple are fantastic, one can feel the calmness of the place. One can observe the native art, culture, and history that has been carved into the temple. The fineness and the perfection of the temple are a sight to behold.


Vittala Temple:

Vittala Temple is one of the most extravagant temples in Hampi. This giant temple has several halls, pavilions, and temples located inside its walls. The temple is built with multiple boulders and the joints are beautifully hidden with decorations and artistic structures. The carvings are minutely detailed and speak of history beyond time.


Badavi Lingam:

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Badavi Lingam worships Shiva in the form of a Linga. It is the largest monolithic Shiva Linga in Hampi. The temple could not escape the destruction that was followed in the wars but the Lingam stands intact.


Hajari Rama Temple:

The temple is famed for its lovely depiction of Ramayana. It is dedicated to Lord Rama, it has beautifully decorated pillars, the beauty of the place is unmatched. Right from the name of the temple to its art, every aspect of the temple is unique and has a very holy vibe.

Yes, there are several reasons you must visit Hampi. Except for the fact that the ruins of Hampi are a sight to behold and the marvelous architecture are a sight to behold, one can unleash the hidden backpacker in themself, Hampi has unexpected jewels hidden in every corner, every turn has a new story and its history. 

When in Hampi make sure to visit these places:


  1. Elephant Stable: Compared to other monuments elephant stable saw only a little damage during the war. These dome-shaped structures were once used as home to the royal elephants.
  2. Monkey Temple: This hilltop is also popular for being the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. It also provides a good view of the city, as well as the view of the sunrise/ sunset from here, which is marvelous.
  3. Tungabhadra River: This river is of special importance in the Hampi culture, not only political but also religiously. Also, the river acts as a hotspot for adventurous activities such as swimming, boating, and coracle ride. Etc.
  4. Daroji Bear Sanctuary: The speciality of the place is that sloth bears live openly here and you will get to see Mahau trees in enormous numbers.
  5. Rock/ Boulder climbing: Those with a hunch for bouldering should try climbing the giant rocks. These are the same rocks that were once used to build magnificent temples. The enthusiast in you can step forward and experience in bouldering, amateur or experienced climber, doesn’t matter, as you will have lots of fun while rock climbing in Hampi.
  6. Visi Matanga Hill, Hemakuta hill: These hills are of great significance in Indian culture, the temples present on these hills are mostly dedicated to Lord Shiva. They provide a panoramic view of the ruins of Hampi, plus they are not much tedious to reach. Also, observing the sunset/ sunrise is truly magnificent from these hilltops.
  7. Water Sports in Hampi: Hampi is home to several varieties of adventure water sports, These exotic activities will make sure that your time here in Hampi is full of thrill and filled with leisure. One can enjoy the coracle ride, swimming, or boating in the river and fill their heart with lots of joy.

In Hampi, summers are short and cloudy whereas winters are long, mostly cloudy, and quite windy. Typical temperature ranges from 17C to 39C.

Hampi is a marvelous destination for a honeymoon, it not only has clean rivers and exotic water sports but splendid temples and architectural beauty. Spend a night in the hippie island or roam alongside the Tungabhadra Dam. Be adventurous and go for cliff jumping and coracle rides. You are surely in for leisure time when visiting Hampi.


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