Hampi Private Tours

For the best and most comprehensive tours of Hampi, choose one of our Hampi private day tours. On these tours you will get undivided attention of our most qualified experts. 

Choose tours with a focus on Heritage, Mythology, Local Culture, Adventure or Wildlife. 

Featured Private Tours
  • Hear the origin story of Hampi & How the city came to be
  • How did the Kings built such a large city in the medieval times and why here?
  • Get unique perspective on social life of city inhabitants during 14th to 16th century
  • Learn about festivals they celebrated and rituals practices
  • Explore important monuments of Hampi and learn about each ones function
  • Optional Add-on: Sunset and dinner with a local family
On this Hampi Village Life Tour, we will embark on a journey of exploring & experiencing the local way of life in rural communities around the UNESCO world heritage site.
Hampi and surrounding villages together are believed to be the Mythical Kingdom of Kishkinda mentioned in Ramayana. On this tour we will hear the story as it happened here in Kishkinda after Rama's arrival, as we visit important sites associated with Ramayana. If you enjoy storytelling and are seeking a deeper spiritual connection, then this is a great tour for you! 
Come away on a magical journey that will unfold the beauty of Hampi to you from the best vantage points, even as the rising sun spreads its warmth on the blessed lands. This tour is all about enjoying and exploring the awe-inspiring landscape of Hampi in fun and engaging ways!
The town of Badami, the nearby villages of Aihole and Pattadakal in Malaprabha valley of central Karnataka, are celebrated for their magnificent rock-cut shrines and structural temples. These Hindu and Jain monuments are associated with the Early Chalukyas who reigned over this part of Deccan during 6th - 8th Centuries. Together these temples and shrines may be considered among the earliest, best preserved remnants of temple art in India.
We've known that prehistoric humans thrived in this region long before civilisations cropped up. The earliest residents here were nomadic cattle herders, who would seek shelter in the natural caves of the area during monsoons. On this tour we set out on an adventure to visit some of the accessible prehistoric sites around Hampi, along the way we will build a narrative of how life of early humans was in those times.  This is a tour for true adventure seekers and those that are interested in prehistory. 
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