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Murudeshwar & Gokarna tour package - Tour
Murudeshwar & Gokarna tour package
₹ 4,500
1 Day
Available on request
Murudeshwar & Gokarna tour package
₹ 4,500
Murudeshwar Temple: The glorious history of the temple reveals that demon Ravana threw a piece of the Pranalinga of Gokarna’s Mahabelshwara at this spot. This pilgrim’s and tourist’s paradise alike is rich in Dravidian style sculpture, with the temple having intricate carvings and statues. In addition to the coconut and areca groves, roaring sea in the west and east side towering hills this scenic spot also has the world’s tallest Neekakanta idol at 123 ft tall.  Gokarna: This scenic holy place, with its wonderful open beaches, jagged cliffs, mysterious coves and enigmatic quaint temples speak of an evasive culture of Gokarna. The temples offer to the religious, peace of Hindu rituals while sun, sand and surf compliment a reinvigorating holiday.  OM beach: This picturesque and charming beach is one of the five famed beaches of Gokarna and its sacred Hindu syllable like OM shape gives it the eponymous name. Gokarna – the typical Indian temple down, showcases the best Hindu religious presentation with the compelling tranquility of beaches.   read more read less
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Hampi Tour by Road - Tour
Hampi Tour by Road
₹ 7,500
1 Night 2 Days
14 Dec, 15 Dec, 16 Dec, and more
Hampi Tour by Road
₹ 7,500
Hampi is an ancient village dotted with numerous ruined temple complexes from the Vijayanagara Empire. On the south bank of the River Tungabhadra is the 7th-century Hindu Virupaksha Temple, near the revived Hampi Bazaar. A carved stone chariot stands in front of the huge Vittala Temple site. This charismatic landscape is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore more than 500 year old history rich monuments. Each monument beckons the Hindu culture enthusiasts with its mystical testaments to rich Indian history. read more read less
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Tiger, Tusker & Temple - by train - Tour
Tiger, Tusker & Temple - by train
₹ 7,500
1 Night 2 Days
19 Dec, 26 Dec, 02 Jan, and more
Tiger, Tusker & Temple - by train
₹ 7,500
Take an extraordinary visit to tiger territory and look at several rogue elephants in the rehabilitation centre at the Tiger and Tusker tour. Get amazed by the intricate carvings and statues in Hindu temples created during the ancient times. Tiger and Tusker Trip: (TRAVEL DAY – EVERY THURSDAY) This is a visit to the Tyavarekoppa rehabilitation centre near Shimoga in Karnataka. Along with seeing many tigers, visit a rogue elephant rehabilitation centre at Sakrebyle Elephant Camp is great fun. Tiger and Tusker tour is followed by spectacular nightly celebrations in the Krishna Temple in Udupi. Temple: The glorious history of the temple reveals that demon Ravana threw a piece of the Pranalinga of Gokarna’s Mahabelshwara at this spot. This pilgrim’s and tourist’s paradise alike is rich in Dravidian style sculpture, with the temple having intricate carvings and statues.  In addition to the coconut and areca groves, the roaring sea in the west and east side towering hills this scenic spot also has the world’s tallest Neekakanta idol at 123 ft tall.  Agumbe Ghat: Agumbe is a hill station surrounded by rich biodiversity and one of the last surviving lowland rain forests. Agumbe and the adjacent region come alive with many waterfalls, of which Kunchikal Falls, Barkana Falls, Onake Abbi Falls and Jogigundi Falls are frequently visited by travellers. Sunset Point at Agumbe, a high gallery, offers a panoramic view of the scenic surrounding countryside and an Eagle’s view of the mesmerizing landscape. Built-in 1839 by the British, this viewpoint is just 122 yards from the popular Shimoga beach.    Tiger and tusker tour will let you have a lifetime experience to catch the wild in action.you’ll get to see the elephants and tigers engrossed in their daily chores and enjoying their lifestyle. During this tour, we will take you to different sanctuaries Elephant Training Centers where you can get an insight of the life of these wild animals, the way they intelligently do the tasks and certain other interesting activities too. You can even enjoy safaris during the tour. It is really fun to watch wild species doing interesting activities.   read more read less
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Bijapur & Badami tour - Tour
Bijapur & Badami tour
₹ 7,500
1 Night 2 Days
Available on request
Bijapur & Badami tour
₹ 7,500
This tour takes you on a journey to the glorious years of Moghul dynasty in Karnataka. Stand in awe as you visit the second largest dome in the world at GolGumbaz  and explore the mesmerizing mausoleum that inspired Agra's Taj Mahal, take a tour around the cluster of temples recognized as a World Heritage Site. The two day tour takes you to Bijapur, GolGumbaz, Ibrahim Roza, Malik-e-Maidan, Badami and Pattadakal Bijapur tour: Deccan – a tribute to rich Indian culture and one time capital of the Adil Shahi Kings (1489-1686 AD), boasts of the picturesque Bijapur. The Bijapur tour is a tourist’s delight, Bijapur landscape is dotted with museums, mosques, palaces, watchtowers, fortification, strong gateways and various Moghul structures. A must see attraction is the GolGumbaz symbolizing the glorious Moghul dynasty. GolGumbaz tour: This marvelous structure is the mausoleum of Muhammad Adil Shah. Brilliantly, the mausoleum houses without the support of pillars, the second largest dome in the world. The bravura of the structure is evident in the heavy bracketed cornice placed below the parapet and the dazzling seven storied octagonal spires placed at the four corners. Tourists are particularly enamored by the mystical whispering gallery – it echoes a whisper 11 times! Ibrahim Roza tour: This captivating mausoleum of Adil Shah II is believed to have inspired Agra’s, Taj Mahal. This palatial mosque has a common platform on which two building stand supported by arches. Sprawling beautiful gardens adorn the structure from three sides. Malik-e-Maidan tour: This 55 ton Canon has a lead shaped as Lions Jaw’s trying to eat an elephant. As per legend, it makes wishes come true! Badami tour: Badami portrays a majestic scenic beauty essayed by famous cave temples. This colorful landscape has clean blue Agastya Lake, muddy greens, and sandstone browns. The cave temples have beautifully carved bracket figures, especially the third cave has an 18 armed Nataraja, striking 81 dance poses!  Pattadakal tour: This World Heritage Site has a cluster of ten temples with intriguing and breathtaking architectural features. This popular tourist has temples going back to the 8th century, of Galaganatha, Kadasiddeshvara, and Jambulinga. It showcases fascinating and absorbing historical presentation of the Chalukyan architecture.   read more read less
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