Evolve Back - Hampi

Hampi is Alive. Travel back in time to the glorious days of the 14th century Vijayanagara Empire. Let the stone monuments at Hampi tell you the story of what was once described as “the best provided city in the world”. With stunning rugged forests and boulders forming its backdrop, Orange County, Hampi is located just 4 km from this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Its fort like entrances, stone-paved boulevards, arched hallways and regal chambers mirror the famed palaces of a bygone but glorious era.

3 Types of Villas: Zenana - Palace Suite, Nivasa - Deluxe Suite & Nilaya - Terrace Suite.

 Swimming pool
 Multi-cuisine restaurant
 Conference facilities for 30 pax
 Indoor games
 Wildlife audio visuals shows
 Doctor on call
Room Type Plan Tariff
Nivasa - Deluxe Suite AP - 2 Nights 51,000.00
Nilaya - Terrace Suite AP - 2 Nights 59,000.00
Zenena - Palace Suite AP - 2 Nights 67,000.00
Jal Mahal AP - 2 Nights 79,000.00

 Validity till 31st Sept 2016. The above tariff is for indian nationals only and on per night basis.

 Daily guest supplies (Fruit Basket, Tea /coffee maker, Mini Bar consisting of soft drinks / soda, Cashew nuts, Cookies, Chocolates) replenished daily.

 Check in - 12 noon & Check out - 11 A.M. All rates are for one night on twin sharing basis.

 Rates include Accommodation, Breakfast, Dinner, Evening Tea and taxes.

 Free accommodation for 2 children below 10 years. Food element for free accommodation child - Rs.1400/- per night without extra bed. Extra adult will be Rs. 2000/- per day.

 Rates Subject to change without prior Notice. Cancellation or refund would be as per hotel rules.

Please call us for special packages.
Bangalore - OC - 245 kms, Mysore to OC - 100 kms. Mangalore to OC - 170 kms.

Bangalore - Srirangapatna- Deviation to Bird Sanctuary ( also known as Ranganthittu) - Yelwal - Hunsur bye pass - Periyapatna - Cross the town and after 2-3 kms take a deviation to Siddapur at the fork. There is a signage right there.

kilometres (1,584 sq mi) in the Western Ghats of southwestern Karnataka. As of 2001, the population was 548,561, 13.74% of which resided in the district's urban centres, making it the least populous of the 30 districts in Karnataka. Kodagu is well known in the world for coffee and its "brave warriors", like Field Marshal K. M. Cariappa. Coorg is the land of General's.

Virupaksha temple is the oldest and principal temple in Hampi. This temple located on the south bank of the river Tungabhadra has been an important pilgrimage centre for the worshipers of lord Shiva. Presently the temple is equally sort after by the tourists and pilgrims. The annual festivals attract huge crowds of both types.Virupaksha temple Hampi Bazaar , also known as Virupaksha Bazaar, this street is located in front of the Virupaksha temple. About a kilometer long, the east end of the temple ends at the foothill of the Matanga Hill. Both sides of the street are lined with a series of old pavilions, some of them are two storied. These structures were once part of a thriving market and residence of the nobles.... : Hampi Bazaar Courtesans' Street :Once the liveliest of all the temple streets in Hampi, the Courtesans' Street lies in front of the Achyuta Raya's Temple. On entering this area you witness heaps after heaps of finely carved pillars scattered on either side of the street. These pillars were once part of the pavilions that stood on either side of the street: Courtesans Street Achyuta Raya's Temple : Consecrated in AD 1534, this temple is an example of Vijayanagara style temple architecture in its most advanced form than any other temples in Hampi. This was one of the last grandiose temple projects executed in the capital, before the fall of the empire: Achyuta Raya's Temple Sasivekalu Ganesha : Thanks to the resemblance the giant monolithic Ganesha statue is locally called Sasivekalu(mustard seed)Ganesha. This is located on the southern foothill of the Hemakuta Hill:Sasivekalu Ganesha

Madikeri (English: Mercara) is the headquarters of Kodagu. The district is bordered by Dakshina Kannada district to the northwest, Hassan district to the north, Mysore district to the east, Kannur district of Kerala to the southwest, and the Wayanad district of Kerala to the south.

Places of Interest
Omkareshwar Temple / Raja's Seat / Abbi Falls / Tala Cauvery
The Fort with Palace / Irupu Falls / Gadduge / Chelevar Falls
Harangi Dam / Dubare / Golden Temple / Nagarhole / Mandalapatti
Yemmemadu Dargah(Soofi Shahid) / Mallalli Falls