Camping in Hampi

Located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, the ancient city of Hampi takes you through the rich past of the Vijayanagara Empire. It’s the outdoors that reign supreme in the region and with a craggy, rocky landscape interspersed with stretches of greenery, camping in Hampi promises you a unique experience amidst massive boulders and an Archeological treasure within reach.  

As Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is under the Archeological Survey of India, pitching a tent near the monuments or the temples come with restrictions and many of the locals might object to solo camping. However, camping in Hampi is still an option with guesthouses located on the other side of the Tungabhadra River. Here, you’ll find tented accommodation, tasty meals and a view of the reddish hued countryside, right outside your window.  

Spend your days in this historical paradise, trekking, rock climbing or exploring the ancient architectural masterpieces that sprawl across the surroundings, before snoozing the night away in a tent.  

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