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SL - LEPAKSHI GONDIKOTA BELUM CAVES

6 Days 5 Hotel Nights

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Itineraries

Day 1

Bangalore – Kolar – Narasapura

Arrive at designated reporting place, report to coach and proceed to Kolar - a city famous for its iconic temples, milik production and Gold mines. Here we visit Kolaramma Temple - dedicated to goddess Parvathi. Someshwara Temple - built by Tamil kings Chola, is an ornate 14th century Vijayanagara era Dravidian style construction. This temple is dedicated to lord Shiva. Evening we proceed to take stay at Narasapura.

Day 2

Narasapura – Gandikota – Proddatur

Morning proceed to Proddatur. On arrival at Proddatur, evening free for relaxation.

Extra Topping : Tea / Coffee / Soft Drink en-route to Gandikota.

Day 3

Proddatur – Gandikota – Tadipatri – Anantapur

Early morning proceed to Gandikota - called as a Indian Grand Canyon situated on Penna River. Gandikota - the capital of Pemmasani Nayakas for more than 300 years. Gandikota derives its name from two Telugu words Gandi meaning george and, 'kota' meaning fort. Spend some time to get beautiful views of the Canyon. Later explore Gandikota fort, Raghunatha Temple, Madhavaraya Swamy Temple, Store house of rice grains. Photo stop at View point of Gandikota Canyon and also take a view of Penna river. Overnight stay at Gandikota. Then we proceed to Anantapur, en-route we visit Bugga Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple at Tadipatri - dedicated to Lord Shiva. Later in the evening arrive at Anantpur.

Extra Topping : Tea / Coffee / Soft Drink during Tadipatri sightseeing

Day 4

Anantapur – Belum Cave – Anantapur

Today morning we proceed to Belum Caves. Belum Caves is 3229 meters long, making it the second largest natural caves in Indian subcontinent. It also have long passages, spacious chambers, fresh water galleries and siphons. The caves reach its deepest point (120 ft from entrance level) at the point known as Patalganaga. Later in the evening return back to Anatapur. Evening free time form shopping at Anantapur.

Extra Topping : Tea / Coffee / Soft Drink at Belum cave

Day 5

Anantapur – Lepakshi – Bangalore

Morning we proceed to Lepakshi an UNSECO site famous for its archaeological importance and rich culture. Lepakshi is a popular tourist destination for those who want to imbibe the beauty from the historic past of our country. On arrival explore Veerbhadra Swamy Temple complex dedicated to Lord Shiva, a fierce incarnation of Lord Shiva and considered one of the most spectacular Vijayanagara temples. See the murals, which have been made with natural pigments and they include a large painting of Virabhadra that is the largest of its kind in India. Visit the Kalyan Mandapa, the mysterious Hanging Pillar - located in the temple does not touch the ground and you can even pass bits of cloth or paper under the pillar to prove this, the 15 feet tall Nagalinga - which has 3 coils and 7 hoods and it is believed to have been carved from a single block of stone. Later also see footprint of Sita, Jatayau statue and take a photostop at monolithic sculpture of Nandi - said to be the second largest structure in India. It is 20 feet in height and 30 feet in length. Overnight in Bangalore.

Extra Topping : Tea / Coffee / Soft Drink at Lepakshi

Day 6

Departure from Bangalore

Morning proceed to board the flight for your hometown. Tour Concludes.

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