Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage site that has remained in ruins since 1565, is a spellbinding collage of surreal boulder-strewn landscapes, elaborate sculptural work, and untold mythical stories from the Ramayana.
On an Edutour in this open-air museum for historians, visit heritage sites which stand testimony to the wealth and grandeur of Vijayanagara Emperors, delve into history on unique excursions, learn about ongoing restoration work with hands-on activities, and understand the local way-of-life through community interactions
Build an understanding of Medieval History of this region as you set out to explore the ruins of the Sangama Dynasty’s kingdom
Take a closer look into the ongoing restoration and preservation efforts taken by experts and gain a deeper understanding of excavation and archaeology
Witness the untold episodes from yesteryear’s Kishkindha as the local youth recount tales from the Ramayana in an enthralling drama
Gain insights into the locals’ way-of-life through village walks, interactions, and hands-on activities
Understand the intricacies of North and South Indian architecture and the distinct construction methods across different eras
Explore Hampi as you embark on excursions offering you fresh perspectives of the past and magnificent views of the present