So guys welcome to my Hampi trip blog. I visited Hampi in the month of January as the weather is pleasant at this time of the year. Hampi just got the 2nd best UNESCO site to be visited in 2K19 and to my experience its a trip that every bachelor along with his friends should take once in his lifetime. The monuments, the history, the food and also the culture just takes you back in time and leaves a big impression on to how was things back then.
I along with my two college mates unwrapped this Hampi trip in 3-days and how you can also do the same. There are numerous places to visit in Hampi but not all are famous and to be honest if you covering each and every monument you end up spending a month in Hampi.
I shortlisted the main attractions , figured out proper routes, asked my peers who already went and then visited Hampi. I kept 2 days for Hampi and 1 day for Hippie island.
Best time to visit - November - February. Avoid summers as its too hot.
How to reach - Hosapete is the railway station for Hampi. From Hosapete goverment buses ply to and fro which charge 20 rupees for one side. It takes around 30 mins to reach Hampi from Hosapete. Hampi is very well connected by roads as well.
Where to stay - There are many local options available so prior online booking is not that much needed. You can check the rooms and as per your convenience you can choose.
Places to visit -
Ugra Narsimha temple
Sri Krishna temple
Secret council chamber
Kings audience hall
Underground Shiv temple
Vijay vittal temple
Vitthal bazar street
Hemkuta hill temple
So all these 29 listed above I visited during my visit in 3 days. You must be thinking I would have rushed up and covered all these places without taking breaks and without enjoying the history which every monument holds. Actually I grouped places near to each other and visited them so I saved a lot of time and also was able to cover more places.
Please see the screenshot of my day wise plan and the route.
So guys if you closely observe my screenshots I have grouped places of similar genre and places close by together and accordingly I made this itinerary.
Day 1 basically covers all religious places.
Day 2 mainly covers your royal architectures and few temples.
Day 3 basically is chilled out day with mountain trek. You can modify acc. to your needs.