Hampi

21 Offbeat things to do in Hampi over the weekend

Hampi, the land of Boulders has tonnes of things to do over an extended weekend. Here is a list of 21 mainstream and offbeat things which we at TLOW feel are a must do for everyone who backpacks to Hampi. Fo...

Top 10 places to backpack across India

Here is a list of 10 places which we at The Land Of Wanderlust feel are a must for anyone who plans to backpack across India. Since we have only listed 10 backpacker destinations; if you feel a place of your ch...

Hampi backpacker’s blueprint in three days

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust's blueprint to the land of boulders Hampi in the south Indian state of Karnataka. Explore the ruins of Hampi with a mix of cycling, hiking and walking.  Trip dates:  TRIP COST: ...

The Hampi Hippie Island: Virupapura Gadde, Karnataka

Virupapura Gadde is a small village located just across the Hampi River. Virupapura Gadde has a very laid-back feel to the whole place and the main reason for this is because of the Hippie foreign backpackers w...

Land of ruins and boulders: Hampi, Karnataka

Hampi is a small town with breathtaking landscape and is located in the state of Karnataka, in Southern India. The small town of Hampi is now a UNESCO world heritage site and is famous for the Vajayanagara Empi...

Vittala Temple: Hampi, Karnataka

Beyond the King's Balance, the path leads to the Internationally famous Vittala Temple. General saying is that “In Hampi every stone has its own story”. Whereas in this temple every pillar has its own musical s...

Temples on Hemakuta Hill: Hampi, Karnataka

According to mythology, Lord Shiva had done his Penance on Hemakuta Hill before he married Parvati. This was also the place where Lord Shiva burnt Kama, the God of lust. This sacred hill lies to the proper righ...

Virupaksha and Bhuvaneshwari Temple: Hampi, Karnataka

The Virupaksha Temple is located at the south of the Ganesh images, at the foot of the hill called Hemakuta Hill. The temple is commonly referred to as Pampapathi temple by the locals and is the most sacred of ...
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