• Tour Code : HCKE8
  • 8 D / 7 N
  • Departure :
    2024: 5th Jan, 2nd Feb. & 2nd Mar (10:00 Hrs.)
  • Return : 8th Day (20:00 Hrs.)
  • Holiday Category :
    Fixed Departure
  • Holiday Type :
  • States :
    Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh
  • Places Covered :
    Hospet, Hampi, Gokarna, Murudeshwara, Udupi, Chikmagalur, Subramanya, Dharmasthala, Hassan, Halebidu, Raghavendra Swamy Temple

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS Hospet Hampi Gokarna Murudeshwar Kollur Udupi Sringeri Dharmasthala Kukkesubramanya Belur Halibeedu Hassan Lepakshi Puttaparthi Mantralayam Hyderabad

 

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Day 1
Departure from Hyderabad

Depart for Hospet (410 kms / 8 hrs.) Note: The Coach will depart from our Hyderabad – Lakdi-Ka-Pul Office and Overnight night Journey.

Meals

  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Hospet
Day 2
Hospet - Hampi – Hospet

Morning arrive Hospet and then transfer to the hotel. After fresh-up and breakfast, proceed to Hampi local visits covering Virupaksha Swamy Temple, Mahanavami Dibba, and Narasimha Swamy Temple & VijayaVittala Temple Back to hotel. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Hospet
Day 3
Hospet - Gokarna

After breakfast, check out from hotel and depart for Gokarna (310 kms / 7 hrs). On arrival, transfer to the hotel. After fresh ups visit Shri Ganesh Temple & Mahabaleshwar Temple. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Gokarna
Day 4
Gokarna - Murudeshwar - Kollur – Udupi

After breakfast, checkout the hotel and depart for Udupi, enroute visit Murudeshwara (80 kms / 2.5 hrs) and Kollur Mookambika Temples (60 kms / 1.5 hours). Later depart for Udupi (75 kms / 1.5 hrs). On arrival at Udupi, transfer to a hotel. In the evening visit Sri Krishna Temple. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Udupi
Day 5
Udupi – Sringeri – Dharmasthala – Kukkesubramanya

Morning proceeds to Sringeri Temple (100 kms / 3 hrs). Later visit Horanadu - Annapurneshwari Temple (65kms / 2 hrs) and then proceed to Dharmasthala (100 kms / 2.5 hrs). After temple visit, proceed to KukkeSubramanya (55 kms / 1.5 hrs). On arrival, transfer to a hotel. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Kukkesubramanya
Day 6
Kukkesubramanya -Belur-Halibeedu– Hassan

Early Morning have Temple Darshan and return to hotel. After breakfast, check out the hotel and proceed to visit Belur Chennakesava Temple (100 kms / 2.5 hrs) and then drive to Halebidu, visit Hoysaleshwara Temple (20 kms / 0.5 hr). Later depart for Hassan (35 kms / 1 hr). On arrival transfer to your hotel. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Hassan
Day 7
Hassan - Lepakshi– Puttaparthi

After breakfast, proceed to Lepakshi (250 kms / 5.5 hrs), visit Veerabhadra temple. Then proceed to Puttaparthi (70 kms / 1.5 hrs) and check into your hotel. Evening visit Sai Ashram. Overnight stay.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

Night Stay

  • Puttaparthi
Day 8
Puttaparthi - Mantralayam – Hyderabad

After breakfast, departure to Mantralayam (250 kms / 5 hrs), visit Shri Raghavendra Swamy temple. Later proceed to Hyderabad (220 kms / 4 hrs). Late evening arrive back at Hyderabad.

Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Tour Concludes here...

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Tour Requirements

    • For Adults - Photo identification in the form of Voters ID / Passport / Aadhar Card / Driving Licence / Ration card
    • For students - Photo identification in the form of Passport / Aadhar Card / PAN card Carry original as well as 2 photocopies of school or college Photo Identity card
    • For Infants - Carry 2 passport sized photographs

Things to Carry

    • Mobile phone with appropriate sim card
    • Along with your necessary clothing and toiletries carry sun screen lotion, hand sanitizer, sun glasses, cap, sports shoes, umbrella / windcheater, camera etc. and woollens if needed
    • If you are on any medication, carry sufficient stock of the medicines with prescription

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Shopping

    • Jewellery, paintings, leatherwear, stone carving, textile, blue pottery, carpets, terracotta, wooden artefacts etc.

Places Covered

Hospet

Hospet

Hospet or Hosapete is a city in the Bellary District in central Karnataka, India. It is located on the Tungabhadra River, 12 km from Hampi. Hampi is a World Heritage site containing the ruins of the medieval city Vijayanagara, the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire.Hospet was built in 1520 AD by Krishna Deva Raya, one of the rulers of Vijayanagara. He built the city to honour the memory of his mother Nagalambika. The city was originally named Nagalapura; however, people referred to the city as Hosa Pete, which meant "New City". The area between Hampi and Hospet is still called Nagalapura. This was the main entrance to the city of Vijayanagara for travellers coming from Goa and the west coast.

Hampi

Hampi

The city of Hampi,situated on the banks of Tungabhadrariverin Karnataka,is an important historic and architectural site. It is located within the ruins of Vijayanagara, the former capital of Vijayanagara Empire and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic settlements in Hampi date back to the 1st Century AD. Several excavations are still being carried out by the ASI in this region. Hampi has a number of notable Hindu temples which include the Virupaksha Temple, Hazara Rama Temple Complex, Krishna Temple Complex and the Vittala Temple Complex.

Gokarna

Gokarna

Gokarna is a town on the Arabian Sea, in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka. A popular pilgrimage destination for Hindus, it’s known for sacred sites like Mahabaleshwar Temple, which has a shrine dedicated to the deity Shiva. Nearby, Koti Teertha is a temple tank where devotees wash in the holy waters. The town is also home to beaches such as palm-lined Gokarna, in the center, plus Kudle and Om farther south.

Murudeshwara

Murudeshwara

Murudeshwara is a town in the Bhatkal Taluk of Uttara Kannada and is named after Murudeshwara, another name of the Hindu god Shiva. Famous for the world's second-tallest Shiva statue, Murudeshwara beach town lies on the coast of the Arabian Sea. The Hindu gods attained immortality and invincibility by worshipping a divine Lingam called the Atma-Linga, here. It is believed that great Lanka King Ravana wanted to attain immortality by obtaining the Atma-Linga and worshipped Shiva with devotion, here.

Udupi

Udupi

Udupi is a town in the south-west of Karnataka and is notable for the Krishna Temple, lending its name to the popular Udupi cuisine. Udupi, also known as Rajata Peetha is a centre of pilgrimage, situated about 58 km north of Mangalore. Udupi is known for the Krishna Mutt and also native place of the Vaishnavite saint Shri Madhvacharya. Shri Madhvacharya handed over the puja of Krishna Mutt to his 8 disciples and of them set up their Mathas around the Krishna Mutt. During the Paryaya festival, which is held every two years, the Mutt management is handed over to the next Matha.

Chikmagalur

Chikmagalur

Sringeri Sharada Peetham is monastery established by Adi Shankara in 8th centiry BC. The matha is on the banks of the Tunga River in Chikmagalur, 105 kilometres from Mangalore, Karnataka. The origin of the matha is described in various traditional sources. Adi Shankara is said to have lived here for twelve out of thirty-two years. Vishwarupa, assuming the name of Suresvaracharya, was installed here as the successor of Shankaracharya. The history of the Sringeri matha since the period of Sri Bharathi Tirtha has been documented.

Subramanya

Subramanya

Kukke Subramanya is a Hindu temple located in the village of Subramanya near Mangalore, Karnataka. The temple is one of the pristine pilgrimage locations since Lord Subrahmanya is worshipped here as the lord of all serpents. The epics relate that the divine serpent Vasuki found refuge under Lord Subrahmanya when threatened by Garuda. Pilgrims going to the temple have to cross the Kumaradhara River and take a holy dip in the river before entering the temple. The devotees enter the courtyard from the doorway at the back, before going to the deity.

Dharmasthala

Dharmasthala

Dharmasthala is an Indian temple village on the banks of the Nethravathi River in Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka. The village is known for its Dharmasthala Temple, housing the shrine of Shiva,Manjunatha, Ammanavaru, Chandranath and the Dharma Daivas. The temple is run by a Jain administration and poojas are conducted by Hindu priests of Madhva order. Dharmastala represents religious tolerance as a Jain Tirthankara is worshipped beside Daivas and Lord Manjunatha (Shiva). The priests at the teple are Vaishnavite Brahmins and the guardian of the temple.

Hassan

Hassan

Hassan is situated 934 mts above sea level with fine weather similar to Bangalore. The town was founded in the 11th century, by Channa Krishnappa Naik and was called Hassan after the Goddess "Haasanamba". The place is called the temple-architectural capital of Karnataka. Hassan, the main city dates back to the 11th century, during the Hoysala dynasty, which lasted to the fourteenth century. The earlier kings of town were of the Jain faith, who built some finest temples here, dedicated to Shiva. While the Hoysalas were at the zenith of their power, much of southern India along with this place was under their influence.

Halebidu

Halebidu

Halebidu, located in Hassan, Karnataka was the regal capital of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th century. It is home to one of the best examples of Hoysala architecture temples. Halebidu literally means ruined city and this name is given to it because city was ruined two times by Bahmani Sultanate. Halebidu was the 12th century capital of the Hoysalas and the famous Hoysaleswara temple was built during this time by Ketamala, the Hoysala ruler. The temple complex comprises two Hindu temples, the Hoysaleshawara and Kedareshwara temples.

Raghavendra Swamy Temple

Raghavendra Swamy Temple

Sri Raghavendra Svami (1595–1671 CE), born Venkanna Bhatta, was a Hindu saint and philosopher who served as the head of the matha in Kumbakonam from 1624 to 1636. He wrote a commentary Sudha Parimala on the Nyaya Sudha, an exposition of Dvaita philosophy. His Jeeva samadhi in Mantralayam in the present-day Andhra Pradesh is an important place of pilgrimage. The numerous miracles he performed have led to him being worshipped even today in the form of god and he is believed to be the saviour for those who placed faith in him.

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