Sloth bear resort at hampi

On the banks of the Tungabhadra River, Hampi is an ancient seat of power and the capital of the still powerful Vijayanagar Empire. The ruins of a lost empire and the standing monuments are a silent testimony of a bygone era. musical pillars and stone floats of the Vittala temple complex and the famous Virupaksha temple that rises above the sky, some highlights of this rocky place where even the stones tell stories.

Just 15 km from Hampi is the Daroji diaper bear with a healthy population of chestnuts. The rugged terrain is ideal for animals that want wild food, termites and honey and take refuge in caves and lagoons. The Sloth Bear Heritage Resort is located in a natural and rustic environment adjacent to the sanctuary and is a consensus of nature. At Hampi, you can enjoy an intoxicating cocktail of adventures and inspiring creations with historic trails and nature walks.

equipment
Services Laundry service Games available
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Stay
20 comfortable double rooms equipped with modern facilities extend over more than 30 acres of shrubbery and rocky openings. In addition to an air-conditioned room and a large private bathroom, each cabin has a terrace that offers spectacular views of the mountainous landscape.

The houses have applied the colors of the earth and blend harmoniously with the intact natural environment. Its reed roofs help keep the interior cool. The complex shares a fence with the adjacent reserve of the Daroji Canyon. Special efforts have been made to maintain the natural brush and the meadows that attract the birds.

activities

There are several activities at Sloth Bear Resort
Lazy bear safari
The paths of the temple
Cycling heritage
Nature walks
Look at the birds
Joy of the fish
fauna

With the abundant vegetation of thorn scrub and the cliff-covered rocks that adorn its contours, the Daroji Lazy Bear Sanctuary is home to many different sloths. You can enjoy a "watch the bears" session from the watchtower on a hill. The sanctuary is also home to hyenas, boars, black hares, pangolins, porcupines, jackals and leopards.

The 8 km through the forest offer the opportunity to see different species of birds, including endemic species such as painted yellow and smoked throat cakes and dryland specialties such as the capercaillie, quail, sirkeer malkohas and stone curlew. Peacock is enough.
heritage

The complex would be an ideal base to discover the medieval ruins of this site declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The heritage area is roughly divided into the Sacred Center, the Royal Center, the urban core and the suburban sites. Badami, Aihole and Pattadakal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, can be easily visited during a day at the resort.

Anegundi, known as Kishkinda in the Ramayana, is on the other side of the Tungabhadra River of Hampi. It is a well preserved heritage town adorned with old houses, aqueducts that irrigate the rice fields and welcome people willing to welcome visitors and share anecdotes and stories.
route
1 night and 2 days

Day 1
12:00 arrival, welcome drink
13:30 Lunch
3 pm: tea, coffee and fruit juice
15.30 Jeep Safari in Daroji Wildlife Sanctuary
5.30 pm Visit of the Vittala temple complex
7:30 pm. Screening of a documentary
20:30 Bonfire followed by a dinner.

Day 2
6:00 Wake-up service, tea / coffee
6:45 pm breakfast early in the morning
07:30 Departure to Hampi
8 pm Visit Hampi including Virupaksha Temple, Hemakuta Hill, Monolithic Narasimha Lakhsmi, Krishna Temple, Hampi Bazaar and Badavilinga
10h30 Return to the station
11:00 am. Departure

2 nights and 3 days

Day 2
6:00 Wake-up service, tea / coffee
6:45 pm breakfast early in the morning
07:30 Departure to Hampi
8 pm Visit Hampi including Virupaksha Temple, Hemakuta Hill, Monolithic Narasimha Lakhsmi, Krishna Temple, Hampi Bazaar and Badavilinga
9.30 p.m. Visit the Zanana fence and the Hazara Rama temple
1h30 Lunch
3 pm: tea, coffee and fruit juice
15.30 Jeep Safari at the Daroji Wildlife Sanctuary / Visit the Royal Wall and the Malyavanta Hill to see the sunset

Day 3
6:00 Wake-up service, tea / coffee
18:30 nature walk / guided walking tour
8.30 a.m. Breakfast
9.30 pm Visit to the ASI Museum of Kamalapura
11:00 am. Departure

Note:
1. Camping outdoors on the banks of the Tungabhadra, folk music and dance performances can be organized upon request and at an additional cost.

2. Breakfast and lunch can be arranged at exclusive outdoor locations near Hampi for groups of 10 or more upon request at this time