Hampi (3N/4D)

Hampi, Karnataka

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On our journey to the city of ruins, we will come across a plethora of landscapes, people, and experiences. With a history that dates back to the 3rd century BCE, Hampi will leave you in awe of its culture and beauty. Witness some spectacular sunsets that paint the sky in blazing shades of orange, magnificent piles of boulders stretching as far as the eyes can see and the history of one of India's glorious empires left behind in the form of ruins. If you're interested in cycling through ancient ruins, while also jumping in lakes and eating some great food, Hampi is the place to be!


-Ferrying across the Tungabhadra rive
-Walking tour of Hamp
-Visit Vitthala temple (depicted on the Indian Rs 50 note
-Cliff jumping, coracle boat ride, and sunset at Sanapur lak
-Guided cycling tour of monuments (Ganesh temple, Narasimha statue, Queen’s Bath, Royal Enclosure, Step well, Virupaksha temple
-Local cuisine at the roadside home-restaurants

Who should attend?

-There isn’t an age restriction on any of our experiences, everyone is welcome. However, the average Vagabond customer is anywhere between 20 – 32 years old. The experiences involve a good amount of time spent with the group. Depending on what experience you’re opting for, there could be a lot of walking and physical exertion
-It’s important to understand that most of our experiences include very rustic accommodation and not a luxurious means of transport. These may be basic in their facilities, but the hospitality is homely and comforting. If you’re someone who doesn’t like compromising on your comforts while travelling, this experience may not be very enjoyable
-Most of our trips have a healthy number of solo travellers. We encourage you to join us solo, especially if you’re tired of waiting on your friends. We promise you’ll return with many more
-We try our best to be responsible travellers. Everyone is welcome to explore with us, but we pay utmost importance to cleanliness on all our experiences. We encourage you to #LeaveNoTrace behind while you discover the beauty of the outdoors
-It’s important to understand that in a limited amount of time, only a limited amount of experiences can be had. We like to cover a few places in-depth rather than just ticking off a long list of things to do and places to go. However, if you are that kind of traveller, on almost all trips you can feel free to wander by yourself to places of your interest
-At a Vagabond Experience, it’s important to stay open-minded and positive when things don’t go as per plan. The essence of travelling in a group is being able to help each other out when in need. The weather could go bad, and plans could get altered. In such situations, we urge you to have faith in your group leader to make the most informed decision for the group.

Day 1: Pack your bags cause we're heading to the city of ruins! We meet at Andheri (E) outside the Bisleri building (near WEH metro station) at 4:00 pm. For those joining in from Pune, contact us to coordinate the pickup point and time

Day 2: We reach Hospet by 8:00 am and head towards Hampi. Keep a lookout for the ever-changing landscapes. They're gripping, to say the least. We check into our comfortable homestay rooms. After breakfast, we make our way to Sanapur lake for the unique coracle boat-ride experience where you can also take a dip in the water (carry a change of clothes)

After our morning swim, we’ll have lunch and take a little break. By around 4:00 pm, we’ll hop on to our bicycles and cycle around the magnificent ruins of Hampi. There's a fair bit of uphill cycling but don't worry, you can just get off and walk up the slope (we won't judge). The roads are wide with very little traffic, so make sure to take in the pleasant climate and beautiful views. You'll find 'nimbu-paani' and souvenir vendors along the way. Refresh yourselves and maybe even pick up some cool antiques to take home

Day 3: Rise and shine Vagabonds! We’re going to go for a walking tour of the Hampi ruins. We cross some gorgeous landscapes and the Tungabhadra river. Our last stop on the walking tour is the famous Vitthala temple (It's represented on the ₹50 note!). You have a few hours to explore these heritage sites. After exploring this beautiful monument, we head back to Hampi bazaar for a late lunch. You have a couple of hours to explore the bazaar on your own or just go sit by the river or cycle around the town. We meet by 4:00 pm sharp and head back to Hospet. Take one last look at the ruins of Hampi whiz past you. Time to board our bus back to Bombay

Day 4: We'll reach Bombay around 9:00 am latest. Say your final goodbyes. Back to the grind.

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Vagabond started out as a project by four friends with a disdain for the ordinary. The idea was simple; take people out of their comfort zones. Not like Roadies, but just enough to bond them together through beautiful and authentic experiences. Happiness, as they say, is only real when shared. And share we did. The company was founded in 2014. As fresh Bachelor of Arts degree holders, companies were lining up to hire us fine gentlemen; we’re kidding. Fueled by entrepreneurial zeal, we started with small events in the city like heritage walks through Bombay’s old quarters. As musicians and travellers ourselves, we decided to marry these two loves of our lives. That is how the idea for the first Fields of Sound™ came about. Since then, it has only been onward and upwards for us. Since 2014, we’ve made friends like family through our journey. Our little ‘Vaga’-Fam. It’s safe to say, it’s been quite an adventure. One we would like you to join :)

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-AC semi-sleeper bus Bombay-Hampi-Bombay (Pune pickup available)

-All internal transport (as per itinerary)

-Accommodation in double-sharing guesthouse rooms with attached toilets 

-1 day rental of cycles 

-Guided cycling tour of UNESCO monuments

-Entry fee to monuments run by UNESCO

-Ferrying across the Tungabhadra river

-Coracle boat ride

-All activities and entries to places as per the itinerary.

-All guide and local expertise charges

-First-aid assistance


-All meals


-Extra pair of clothes

-Rainwear (during monsoons)

-Toiletries (towel, soap, toothbrush. toothpaste, etc)

-Insect repellent (odomos spray/cream)

-Reusable water bottle

-Photo ID proof

-Personal medication (for eg. inhaler)

-Camera (optional)




Pickup Points
Bombay: Borivali (E), Andheri (E), Santacruz (E), Chunabhatti, Vash
Pune: Wakad (Ginger Hotel), Katraj/Nawale bridg

Bombay pickups will be between 4 pm - 7 pm on Day
Pune pickups will be between 9 pm - 11 pm on Day
Hospet pickup will be between 7 am - 9 am on Day 2

Policy and Terms

-30 days prior to the date of departure: Rs 1,500 will be deducted

-15 days prior to the date of departure: Rs 3,000 will be deducted

-7 days prior to the date of departure: Rs 4,250 will be deducted

-1 week to the date of departure: No refund

(Please refer to the further Terms and Conditions mentioned in the footer of the website)

Terms and Conditions

-All timings and activities are subject to weather, group size, capabilities of participants, etc.

-Vagabond holds the right to cancel the event due to unforeseen circumstances (for eg. unfavourable weather)

-By registering for this trip, you agree to have read through and abide by the Vagabond Terms & Conditions mentioned in the footer.


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