The UNESCO recognized World Heritage Site located by the Tungabhadra river is easily accessible and is a must visit place given how Hampi, the capital of Vijayanagara Empire, is known to be one of those places in India for its archaeological significance. Temples with ancient Vijayanagara Empire history-a vastly powerful Hindu empire, engraved in the walls, mountains with mesmerizing sunrise and sunset views, ruins of palaces, the famous huge Stone Chariot that stands magnificent in front of the Vittala Temple Site, the 14ft high statue of Lord Ganesha known as Kadalekalu Ganesha are some of the must-visit places in and around Hampi.We let you explore this site comfortably from Bangalore
E-cycling around and past beautiful heritage architecture in this historic city.Meet the local Sculptors and Silk workers and get a deep understanding about their work.Sharpen your Kannada and bargaining skills at the local market.Sample Mysore's best beverage, made for locals and by locals.A Mysuru trail is simply unimaginable without tasting city's best masala dosa while enjoying the ambience of a popular old cafe.
Mangalore is the largest port of the South Indian state of Karnataka. On this morning expedition, get a glimpse of the life of the local fishermen as they go about their chores. Visit a local vegetable and flower market and watch the sellers set up their stalls. Your last stop will be at a local temple where you can learn about some of the Hindu rituals.Highlights • Moger community of fishermen • Vegetable and flower markets • Morning prayers at a Hindu temple
If you're short on time but want to see India's most celebrated historic attraction, this day-trip to the Taj Mahal from Bangalore has got you covered. You'll set out first thing in the morning and fly to Delhi. You’ll then drive to Agra, where you'll get to visit the Taj Mahal and the nearby Agra Fort before flying back to Bangalore in the evening.
Mangalore is the largest port of the South Indian state of Karnataka. On this morning expedition, get a glimpse of the life of the local fishermen as they go about their chores. Visit a local vegetable and flower market and watch the sellers set up their stalls. Your last stop will be at a local temple where you can learn about some of the Hindu rituals.Highlights • Moger community of fishermen • Vegetable and flower markets • Morning prayers at a Hindu temple • Breakfast at a local restaurant
The South Indian state of Karnataka is home to famous temples of India. On this full-day tour from Hospet, visit ancient Hindu, Jain and Buddhist temples in the towns of Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal that date back to between the 5th and 12th century A.D. All three towns were part of the empire of the powerful Chalukya dynasty that ruled over large parts of Southern and Central India. The rule of the Chalukyas is considered as the ‘Golden Age’ for literature, art and architecture in South India as these fine arts flourished under royal patronageHighlights • 6th century Badami Cave Temples • Ravana Phadi Temple, Aihole • UNESCO World Heritage site of Pattadakal
The South Indian state of Karnataka is home to famous temples of India. On this full-day tour from Hospet, visit ancient Hindu, Jain and Buddhist temples in the towns of Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal that date back to between the 5th and 12th century A.D. All three towns were part of the empire of the powerful Chalukya dynasty that ruled over large parts of Southern and Central India. The rule of the Chalukyas is considered as the ‘Golden Age’ for literature, art and architecture in South India as these fine arts flourished under royal patronage.Highlights • 6th century Badami Cave Temples • Ravana Phadi Temple, Aihole • UNESCO World Heritage site of Pattadakal
The olden day suburb now at the heart of the city, Malleswaram evokes a strong sense of nostalgia and curiosity among Bangaloreans and outsiders alike. A large modern mall and the typically South Indian street shopping side-by-side, Malleswaran presents to you a quintessential slice of the south Indian life, modern and age-old.Malleswaram was visualised and built as a suburb, where the blue collar middle-class stayed, far enough from the central business district of the day, but close enough to take a short ride by horse carriage, or in rare cases by car. As employees of the British government or the Mysore Raj, or researchers and scientists at the IISc, the early inhabitants of Malleswaran tended to be upper-middle-class, mostly Brahmins, Bharatanatyam patrons, the influence of which can be seen to this day.Exploring this authentically South Indian Malleshwaram, this walk take you through delights of south Indian life:
Karkala and Moodabidri are two sleepy towns situated around an hour’s drive from Mangalore in the South Indian state of Karnataka. Between the 14th and 16th centuries, this area became a great center of learning and pilgrimage for members of the Jain faith.In Karkala, the giant statue of Lord Bahubali attracts Jain pilgrims from far and wide. In Moodabidri, visit the famous 1000-pillared Jain Temple dedicated to Chandranatha. This is the largest Jain temple in coastal Karnataka with richly carved pillars and no two pillars in this temple are alike. End your trip with a visit to the local bazaar and a spice plantation in Moodabidri.Highlights • 40 feet tall statue of Lord Bahubali, Karkala • 1000-pillared Jain Temple, Moodabidri • 50 feet high, free-standing monolithic pillar • Spice plantation
The historic city of Mysore has a rich cultural,religious and historic importance. The palace blends Hindu, Islamic, Gothic and Rajput styles. This town has been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage site. During your return to Bangalore, visit the famous Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary.
Our aim is to support dying art of Indian Sub-continent. Shivarapatna is one of the last remaining stone sculptor community after Mahabhallipuram. To Understand the challenges and the future of stone sculpting in India
Discover Mysuru City in a unique way.Complete introduction to the city.Safe, Reliable, Economic.Interesting facts & trivia about each sight on tours.Community Connect with local vendors.Perfect holiday experience
Wake up with the city on a delightful cycling trail through Mysuru. We start with the old quarters of the city where traditions are prime and still run the old school way. Watch and learn the traditional art form of “Rangoli” that adorns the threshold of every household, get an introduction to yoga with a trained practitioner, feast on breakfast treats at a local joint and walk through the colorful Devaraja Urs Market as the locals step in to buy their day’s staple. You will also ride past some iconic buildings that have stood tall through Mysuru’s history. This early morning ride will introduce you to the Royal city and its way of life through hands on experiences and deeper connections with the locals.
A day-long bike tour exploring the countryside of Mysuru pedaling through farmland, villages, exploring local temples, and venturing into the island town of Srirangapatna. Mysuru’s countryside is rich with history and natural diversity; on the banks of the River Cauvery you’ll pass by quaint villages. A series of trails that criss-cross the villages along the river takes us on a journey into an island town famed for its rich history, old forts, temple, and a beautiful river bank. Once the erstwhile capital of the region, Srirangapatna or “Pattana” as the locals call it, predates Mysuru city and was the birthplace of the Arasu dynasty and the capital of the Mysuru empire under Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. Take a trip back in time with us as we explore local villages, meet with farmers and learn about their lives. Learn about making local brown sugar/jaggery and recount the stories of war and legends that made Srirangapatna the erstwhile capital of the Mysuru kingdom
Walk the path lead by the ingenuity of the Maharajahs of Mysuru. On this half day walk, let us take you through their innovative political systems, their contribution in the economic, banking, and educational sectors. The Maharajah’s interest in the arts and architecture led to the making of a Royal city that was once the capital of the state of Karnataka. To date, Mysuru is considered a model city for its ideal infrastructure and astute ways of using its resources. You also get to try the local flavors in the form of its cuisine and famed Mysuru nugget coffee. You also get to take a guided walk inside the grand Amba Vilas Palace. The Maharajah walk is ideal for travelers who want to make the most of their time in the Royal city.
Coorg (also known as Kodagu) is a small city in Karnataka state of India and it is known for the people's hospitality and beautiful topography. It is a perfect place for nature lovers and is adorned with beautiful waterfalls, wildlife sanctuaries, ancient forts and religious sites. Explore the scenic beauty of this city with a private and customizable tour according to your requirements and have the best experience.
Mysore was the capital of the Kingdom of Mysore from 1399 to 1956 and was ruled by the Wodeyar dynasty. On this walking tour, explore the stately buildings and bazaars for an introduction to the best of the city’s culture and heritage. Explore the home of culinary delights through its Masala Dosa, Mysore Pak and much more. Highlights:● Streets of Mysore● Mysore Palace● Colorful bazaars
Join this demo tour to help you find the perfect trail which suits your interests and level of difficulty. Hampi is a unique destination which is a pilgrim’s delight, a backpacker’s haven, a historian’s riddle and a geologist’s venture – Hampi’s got it all! We invite you to Come #Experience Hampi like #NeverBefore.
Live through a day in the life of a Mysorean by exploring the city of Mysuru through its rich traditions, myths, legends, and fun experiences. On the Mysuru in a Nutshell tour, you can choose to be driven in the comforts of a car or choose the local way of hopping on and off a tuk-tuk. Challenge yourself as you take a hike up Chamundi hills early in the morning, followed by an introductory session of yoga, and a scrumptious breakfast at an old-timer’s joint. Be ready to soak in all things Mysuru through a market walk, visit to an artisan’s street and not to forget the grand Amba Vilas Palace.
UNESCO–listed Hampi and Hospet are home to many of India’s most ancient temples, but exploring independently means you may miss the hidden secrets they hold. On this private tour, explore Hampi and Hospet as your guide brings centuries of rich history to life—with round-trip transportation from your Hampi hotel included. Discover sites including Tungabhadra Gardens the 7th-century Virupaksha Temple, and gain insight into the powerful Vijayanagara Empire.
Art, Temples, Culture, FoodThe tour introduces two very South Indian olden day suburbs Malleswaram & Sheshadripuram that is a part of today’s North Bangalore. Malleswaram evokes an image of ancient temples, street shopping, old world bungalows and modern apartments all standing comfortably next to each other. The tour starts with an introduction to the area. Through a walk and a drive it covers the story of the area through a visit to an ancient temple, open markets & an old world bungalow. From here, we drive to nearby Sheshadripuram to know about ancient quaint board games.
Relive the glory days of the magnificent Bahmani Sultans. Appreciate the spelndid architecture of this once flourishing Kingdom between the 11th and 16th century. A unique Black buck safari is part of the tour
1- Explore Hampi Like never before2- 5 Days Heritage Tour to Hampi with 8 unique Activities3- Luxury Accommodation to make your tour a memorable experience.4- Heritage and history oriented tour with curated and personalised walks and trails with experts.5- A pleasurable culinary experience 6- Breathtaking views right from your window.
Experience the architectural brilliance and historical wonders of temples around Mysore and the KRS dam while soaking in the sights, smells and sounds of Mysore daily life and city in a private open jeep tour.