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Karnataka Heritage Tour

Duration  : 8 Days 7 Nights
Trip to     : Bangalore, Mysore, Belur, Halebid, Gulbarga, Bijapur

TOUR SCHEDULE
DAY 01Bangalore - Bangalore Palace,Tipu Sultan Palace
On Your Arrival,you will be Assisted by Our repreentatives.Transfer to Hotel for refreshment.Then Move for Site Seeing.Visit the ancient Bangalore Palace.It was built in the year 1887 by the Wodeyar dynasty. It is built similar to medieval castles in Normandy and England . It's interiors boasts of elegant wood carvings and Tudor -style architecture. Later visit Tipu sultan Palace.The Palace was constructed first by Hyder Ali and completed by his son Tipu Sultan in the year 1791. Tipu called it as 'The Envy of Heaven'. It is constructed mainly in wood and has fine intricately sculpted arches surrounded by exquisite minarets .
After finishing Lunch ,Drive to Somnathpur hoysala Architecture Temple.The temple is built on an elevated star shaped platform.
Then Drive to Mysore for night stay.

Night Stay : Mysore
DAY 02Mysore- Maharaja Palace,Halebid-Hoysala Temple
On Day 02,visit the Famous Maharaja's Palace.It is one of the important sights in Mysore. Built in Indo-Saracenic style with domes, turrets, arches and colonnades,the Palace is a treasure house of exquisite carvings and works of art from all over the world.
Then Move to Jain Pilgrimage centre ,Shravanabelagola.After finishing Lunch,Drive to Halebidu and visit ancient Hoysal Architecture temple.Later Drive to Belur chennekesava Temple.
Overnight Stay at Belur.

Night Stay : Belur
DAY 03Chitradurga - Palace of stone
On day 03,drive to Chitradurga. Chitradurga is famed for its massive Kallina Kote (Palace of Stone) fort, a marvel of military architecture made impregnable by the Nayak Palegars. It has 19 gateways, 38 posterior entrances, a palace, a mosque, granaries, oil pits, four secret entrances, and water tanks. Amidst rocky surroundings inside the fort complex on the hill are many temples. Ekanatha Temple and Chandravalli Caves are worth visiting. The Hidimbeshwara Temple is the oldest temple on the site.

Then Drive to Bellary.Overnight Stay there.

Night Stay : Bellary
DAY 04Bellary Fort ,Hampi
On Day 04,Visit Bellary Fort.Built a top the Ballary Gudda or Fort Hill, during Vijayanagar times by Hanumappa Nayaka . Hyder Ali took possession from the Nayaka 's in 1769 , got the fort renovated . and modified with the help of French engineer.The fort has been illuminated on a 2 km stretch , using 188 special light and supported by separate sub station.

Then Move to Ruined City, Hampi. It is a city of ancient palaces and forts. The landscape of Hampi was dotted with magnificent palaces, sacred temples, massive fortifications, baths, markets, pavilions, and stables for royal elephants.
Then Drive to Belgaum.Overnight rest at Belgaum.

Night Stay : Belgaum
DAY 05Belgaum Fort,Badami Caves
On Day 05,visit Belgaum Fort .It is one of the oldest forts in Karnataka.The Belgaum fort served as a bulwark against the attacks of invading armies.Later Drive to Badami City.The picturesque town of Badami is world-famous for its magnificent cave complex. Set amidst a landscape of rust red sandstone cliffs, this historic town was the capital of the powerful Early Chalukya kings.
Then drive to World Heritage site Pattadakal.With its beautifully chiselled temples, this World Heritage Site on the banks of the Malaprabha river bears testimony to the richness of Chalukyan architecture.It has a cluster of 10 major temples, each displaying interesting architectural features.

Drive to Bijapur.Overnight Stay at hotel

Night Stay : Bijapur
DAY 06Bijapur-Gol Gumbaz,Malik-e-Maidan
On Day 06,Visit the Second Largest Dome in the World,Gol Gumbaz.Gol Gumbaz is the mausoleum of Mohammed Adil Shah (1627-57) of the Adil Shahi dynasty of Indian sultans, who ruled the Sultanate of Bijapur from 1490 to 1686. Then visit the Legendary Gun,Malik-e-Maidan. This is a 55 ton cannon perched on a platform . The head of the cannon is fashonated into the shape fo a lion whose jaws are trying to devor an elephant .It is always cool to touch even under the blazing sun.
Then Drive to Gulbarga for night Stay.

Night Stay : Gulbarga
DAY 07Gulbarga Fort
On Day 07,Visit the Gulbarga Fort.This magnificent fort structure encompasses large buildings, mosque, temple, stables, ammunition dumps, carriages, 15 towers, 26 guns, and many beautiful courtyards. Later drive to Bidar for night Stay.

Night Stay : Bidar
DAY 08Bidar Fort
On Day 08,Visit the Bidar fort.It boasts of a dominating presence in the Bidar landscape. Nestled inside this moated fort is the royal town dotted with crumbling ruins of the bastions and gates, royal baths and kitchens, audience halls, and pleasure pavilions.
You will be taken to the Junction to board your respective trains for your onward journeys.The Tour Ends with Historical Memories !!!

Night Stay : Departure
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