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Kishkinda Camp, Hampi
- Luxurious tented camp
- Five-star, locally produced cuisine
- Just a short drive from the ruins in Hampi
Facilities includePersonalised butler service Five-star cuisine Colonial safari-themed tents
- Visit Sandur
- Bird watching
- Visit Kaladham
- Photography lessons
- Visit Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary
Seasons in India
About Kishkinda Camp, Hampi
This brand new tented camp, is luxury camping at its finest. Comprised of ten exclusive tents, each is elegantly designed to include four-poster beds, armchairs and even leather-bound trunks. Every minute detail is considered here, with a personalised butler service taking care of your every need.
Located just outside the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hampi, the magnificent ruins are just a short drive away. Giant boulders set on gentle hills contrasting with paddy fields and banana plantations, produce an unearthly landscape, surrounding the stunning ruins. After a day of exploring the ruins, royal palaces and temples of Hampi with knowledgeable local guides, return for a delicious evening meal of locally grown food in the comfort of the camp.
Kishkinda Camp is located just a 15 minute drive from Hampi and a 20 minute drive away from Hospet, in the state of Karnataka.
How to get there
It is possible to catch a flight from either Mumbai or Bangaluru to Hubli Airport, which is approximately a 3.5 hour drive from Kishkinda camp. The camp is also reachable by train, with Hospet being the closest station and just 30 minutes away by car.
When to go
this is before the rainy season begins in May, the weather tends to still be hot, however less humid than after the rainy season ends in August. The temperature is at its coolest between November to February, with less common showers, making it a lovely time to visit.
Please note: the camp is shut between mid-July and October.
As a UK citizen you must have a visa to enter India. Apply for a 30 day e-visa using the following link https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html
All visitors to India should make sure they have medical insurance for their trip, and a Yellow Fever Certificate is necessary. Please ask for up to date health advice in your home country, and it is advisable to know your blood type.
Please be sensitive when taking photos of local people and children. Always ask first.
Travelling with children
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