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Hampi Backpacking Tour - Tour
  • Fort, Maharashtra
  • 2 Nights 3 Days

Hampi Backpacking Tour

₹ 9,499

Hampi Backpacking Tour: Trikon is all set to welcome you to the land of boulders, stone architecture and ancient temples that was built way back in 1500 AD. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime time in the ancient days. Situated on the banks of River Tungabhadra, Hampi is a remarkable tourist destination where travelers all around the globe come to sink and absorb the laid back culture and listen to all the mysteries Katha from history. Solitude lovers and photography enthusiasts would love to stroll around more than 20 ancient heritages and hilltops where sunset never looks the same. Beautifully preserved and maintained by Archeological Excavation of India, a Tour to Hampi amidst the muddy roads and paddy rice fields will soothe your senses and take you back in time. Interesting facts about Hampi: Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 14th century and was one of the richest and largest cities in the world at that time. The city was founded by two brothers, Harihara and Bukka, in 1336 AD. They established the Vijayanagara Empire which ruled South India for over 200 years. Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its well-preserved ruins, temples, and monuments. The city is spread over an area of 26 square kilometers and has over 500 monuments. The most famous monument in Hampi is the Virupaksha Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is still in use today and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in South India. Hampi was known for its trade in precious stones, spices, and textiles. The city was also famous for its skilled craftsmen who created beautiful sculptures, carvings, and jewelry. Hampi is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River and is surrounded by hills and boulder-strewn landscapes. It is a popular destination for trekking and rock climbing. The city was destroyed by the Deccan Sultanate in the 16th century and was abandoned. The ruins of Hampi were rediscovered in the 19th century by British archaeologists. Hampi is also known for the Hampi Utsav, a three-day festival held in November every year. The festival showcases the rich cultural heritage of the region and attracts visitors from all over the world. Hampi is an important site for understanding the history and culture of South India, and it continues to be a popular tourist destination. Places to visit in Hampi: Hampi is a historical city located in the southern state of Karnataka in India. It was once the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here are some of the top places to visit in Hampi: Virupaksha Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is the oldest and most prominent temple in Hampi. Vittala Temple: This temple is famous for its intricate stone chariot and musical pillars that produce different sounds when tapped. Hampi Bazaar: This market was once a bustling center for trade and commerce in the Vijayanagara Empire. Matanga Hill: This hill offers a panoramic view of Hampi's landscape and is a popular spot for watching sunsets. Lotus Mahal: This palace is known for its beautiful architecture and was once used as a recreational palace by the royal family. Elephant Stables: This structure was used to house the royal elephants and is a fine example of the Vijayanagara style of architecture. Queen's Bath: This bathing complex was used by the queens of the Vijayanagara Empire and is a great example of their luxurious lifestyle. Hampi's Royal Enclosure: This area was once the seat of power for the Vijayanagara Empire and includes several structures like the Mahanavami Dibba and the Hazara Rama Temple. Sanapur Lake: This beautiful lake is located near Hampi and is a great spot for picnics and boat rides. Shopping to do from Hampi: Hampi, located in the Indian state of Karnataka, is a popular tourist destination known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful landscapes. If you are wondering what to buy, here are some suggestions: Handicrafts: Hampi is known for its beautiful handicrafts made of metal, wood, and stone. You can buy intricately carved sculptures, decorative items, and jewelry. Banana Fiber Crafts: Banana fiber products like bags, mats, and baskets are popular souvenirs in Hampi. These items are eco-friendly and unique. Spices: Hampi is a great place to buy authentic Indian spices like turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, and pepper. These spices are of high quality and can be used to add flavor to your meals. Traditional Clothing: Hampi is a great place to buy traditional Indian clothing like sarees, salwar kameez, and dhotis. You can find a variety of designs and fabrics to choose from. Paintings: Hampi is a hub of art, and you can find beautiful paintings depicting the rich history and culture of the region. These paintings are available in different sizes and styles. Handmade Paper Products: You can also buy handmade paper products like notebooks, journals, and diaries. These products are made using traditional techniques and are environmentally friendly. Ayurvedic Products: Hampi is known for its Ayurvedic products like oils, herbs, and skincare products. These products are made using natural ingredients and are great for your health and skin. Musical Instruments: If you are a music lover, you can buy traditional Indian musical instruments like tabla, sitar, and harmonium in Hampi. These instruments are beautifully crafted and have a unique sound. Overall, Hampi has a lot to offer in terms of shopping. You can find a variety of unique and authentic products that are perfect souvenirs to take back home. Batch 1 : Friday Night, 09th Feb to Tuesday, 13th Morning,  Feb 2024 Batch 2 : Friday Night, 23rd Feb to Tuesday, 27th Morning,  Feb 2024 Batch 3 : Friday Night, 08th March to Tuesday, 12th Morning, March 2024 Batch 4 : Friday Night, 22nd March to Tuesday, 26th Morning,  March 2024 Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach Non AC Train Tickets: 10499/- Mumbai to Mumbai by 3AC Train Tickets: 14499/-  Hospet to Hospet  ( Train Ticket Not Included ): 9499/-   Twin Sharing Accommodation will cost 1000 rs extra for each room per night.   Please Note : AC Tickets is depend on the availability , Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets , then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days.

Pushkar Holi Special Tour - Tour
  • Mumbai, Maharashtra
  • 4 Nights 5 Days

Pushkar Holi Special Tour

₹ 8,499

Holi, the festival of colours is a vibrant and playful festival of India. While most of the Hindu festivals are slated for the second half of the year, Holi is one playful festival that everyone looks forward to during the summer. Holi is a captivating blend of colour and water splashes that brings everyone an unbridled joy. However, if you wish to elevate your regular celebration with a unique twist, you must book your tickets for the Pukshar Holi festival in 2024. Amidst the royalties, traditional customaries and arid weather, Pushkar will certainly surprise you with an extraordinary Holi experience. Travellers across the globe and from different parts of India come together to celebrate this exciting festival. In Pushkar, Holi transcends the typical celebrations as you will see the city’s quaint streets brimming with a contagious enthusiasm. The locals and visitors gather around with powdered colours, and water guns and balloons to smear each other and create memories forever. Amidst this crazy colour explosion you can dance your heart out to the beats of the DJ and dhol. You can also relish sweet and savoury delicacies of Pushkar from the food stalls. With T-Trikon, apart from attending the Holi festival you will get a complete package of visiting other places like, Ajmer Garib Nawaz Darga, the world famous and the only Brahma temple in India, Kishangarh – Moon Land of Rajasthan, Savitri Mata temple, Pushkar Desert, Sunset from Pushkar lake and local shopping. Come experience the kaleidoscope of emotions and colours with T-Trikon! Our Pushkar Tour from Mumbai is safe for girls, solo travellers, couples and families. 

Hampi & Badami Heritage Tour - Tour
  • Hampi, Karnataka
  • 4 Nights 5 Days

Hampi & Badami Heritage Tour

₹ 12,999

Trikon is all set to welcome you to the land of boulders, stone architecture and ancient temples that was built way back in 1500 AD. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, Hampi was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime time in the ancient days. Situated on the banks of River Tungabhadra, Hampi is a remarkable tourist destination where travelers all around the globe come to sink and absorb the laid back culture and listen to all the mysteries katha from the history. Solitude lovers and photography enthusiasts would love to stroll around more than 20 ancient heritages and hill tops where sunset never looks the same. Beautifully preserved and maintained by Archeological Excavation of India, a Tour to Hampi amidst the muddy roads and paddy rice fields will sooth your senses and take you back in time. Badami Caves Boasting about the Buddhist architecture and sculptures of Lord Vishnu, the Badami Caves are majestic and sure to mesmerize you with its huge boulders. The caves over look Agastya Lake and many small hillocks that carry a hypnotic charm. Enroute, if you’re lucky enough you’ll spot multiple sun-flower fields making your journey worth-while. Pattadakal & Aihole Numerous grassy landscapes and wide spread over acres of land, Pattadakal & Aihole are another set of temples where we’ll take you along for a spellbound experience you’ve never experienced before. These destinations are indeed underrates and far away from day to day chaos. Just be there and absorb the culture that exists, the Chalukya Empire has a bunch of stories still remain untold even to the locals. Interesting facts about Hampi: Hampi was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 14th century and was one of the richest and largest cities in the world at that time. The city was founded by two brothers, Harihara and Bukka, in 1336 AD. They established the Vijayanagara Empire which ruled South India for over 200 years. Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its well-preserved ruins, temples, and monuments. The city is spread over an area of 26 square kilometers and has over 500 monuments. The most famous monument in Hampi is the Virupaksha Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple is still in use today and is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in South India. Hampi was known for its trade in precious stones, spices, and textiles. The city was also famous for its skilled craftsmen who created beautiful sculptures, carvings, and jewelry. Hampi is located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River and is surrounded by hills and boulder-strewn landscapes. It is a popular destination for trekking and rock climbing. The city was destroyed by the Deccan Sultanate in the 16th century and was abandoned. The ruins of Hampi were rediscovered in the 19th century by British archaeologists. Hampi is also known for the Hampi Utsav, a three-day festival held in November every year. The festival showcases the rich cultural heritage of the region and attracts visitors from all over the world. Hampi is an important site for understanding the history and culture of South India, and it continues to be a popular tourist destination. Places to visit in Hampi: Hampi is a historical city located in the southern state of Karnataka in India. It was once the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here are some of the top places to visit in Hampi: Virupaksha Temple: This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is the oldest and most prominent temple in Hampi. Vittala Temple: This temple is famous for its intricate stone chariot and musical pillars that produce different sounds when tapped. Hampi Bazaar: This market was once a bustling center for trade and commerce in the Vijayanagara Empire. Matanga Hill: This hill offers a panoramic view of Hampi's landscape and is a popular spot for watching sunsets. Lotus Mahal: This palace is known for its beautiful architecture and was once used as a recreational palace by the royal family. Elephant Stables: This structure was used to house the royal elephants and is a fine example of the Vijayanagara style of architecture. Queen's Bath: This bathing complex was used by the queens of the Vijayanagara Empire and is a great example of their luxurious lifestyle. Hampi's Royal Enclosure: This area was once the seat of power for the Vijayanagara Empire and includes several structures like the Mahanavami Dibba and the Hazara Rama Temple. Sanapur Lake: This beautiful lake is located near Hampi and is a great spot for picnics and boat rides. Shopping to do from Hampi: Hampi, located in the Indian state of Karnataka, is a popular tourist destination known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and beautiful landscapes. If you are wondering what to buy, here are some suggestions: Handicrafts: Hampi is known for its beautiful handicrafts made of metal, wood, and stone. You can buy intricately carved sculptures, decorative items, and jewelry. Banana Fiber Crafts: Banana fiber products like bags, mats, and baskets are popular souvenirs in Hampi. These items are eco-friendly and unique. Spices: Hampi is a great place to buy authentic Indian spices like turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, and pepper. These spices are of high quality and can be used to add flavor to your meals. Traditional Clothing: Hampi is a great place to buy traditional Indian clothing like sarees, salwar kameez, and dhotis. You can find a variety of designs and fabrics to choose from. Paintings: Hampi is a hub of art, and you can find beautiful paintings depicting the rich history and culture of the region. These paintings are available in different sizes and styles. Handmade Paper Products: You can also buy handmade paper products like notebooks, journals, and diaries. These products are made using traditional techniques and are environmentally friendly. Ayurvedic Products: Hampi is known for its Ayurvedic products like oils, herbs, and skincare products. These products are made using natural ingredients and are great for your health and skin. Musical Instruments: If you are a music lover, you can buy traditional Indian musical instruments like tabla, sitar, and harmonium in Hampi. These instruments are beautifully crafted and have a unique sound. Overall, Hampi has a lot to offer in terms of shopping. You can find a variety of unique and authentic products that are perfect souvenirs to take back home. Above dates not possible? Contact us & we promise to customize above itinerary as per your convenience. Call now on 9820022466 or drop an email on mailtrikon@gmail.com   Batch 1 : Friday Night , 23rd Feb to Wednesday Morning , 28th Feb 2024 Batch 2 : Friday Night , 22nd March to Wednesday Morning , 27th March 2024. Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach Non AC Train Tickets: 13999/- Mumbai to Mumbai by 3AC Train Tickets: 17999/-  Hospet to Hospet  ( Train Ticket Not Included ): 12999/- Please Note : AC Tickets is depend on the availability , Incase for any reason we are not able to provide AC tickets , then we will provide you confirmed sleeper coach train tickets and difference in fare will be refunded back to your account in 3-5 working days.

Holi Special Karnataka Coastal Tour - Tour
  • Kurla, Maharashtra
  • 3 Nights 4 Days

Holi Special Karnataka Coastal Tour

₹ 7,799

Karnataka Coastal Tour  World’s Tallest Shiva Statue Temple at Murudeshwar Beach At the coastal Arabian Sea, Long and Gigantic Shiva Statue is a divine sight to witness. Explore the temple, as it’s quite huge and it depicts many mythological stories. You can also stroll around the Murudeshwara Beach for Sunset view; it’s quite pristine and clean.   About Vibhooti Fall Tranquility at its best can be experienced at Vibhooti Falls, Karnataka. This small length cascading waterfalls is bliss and is surely a hidden treasure as tourists hardly reach here. Located close to the icon Yana Caves, Vibhooti Falls is a much-awaited destination. OM Beach Gokarna & Gokarna Temple It’s not just the shape that defines OM beach, but also the peace and serenity that one feels after landing there. Smooth waves and long shoreline tend to captivate your senses. The top view of this beach distinctively shows the Letter 3, which means OM in Hindi. Built during the ancient century, the Gokarna temple is pious and divine in true sense. About Yana The Sahyadri range holds treasures beyond measure. Yana Caves is one such example. Two sooty rock hillocks, made of crystalline limestone can be seen rising sharply above a blanket of green forest. They have been named—Bhairaveshwara and Mohini, after two mythological characters. The former embodies a self-manifested Shiva Lingam while there is an idol of Goddess Parvati inside the latter. The cave temple is also popular for the Shivratri celebration by locals. A simple trek of 3kms through a thick, damp forest is all you need to get there. The area is also apt for nature walks to observe its biodiversity. Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach Non AC Train Tickets: 8999/-  Mumbai to Mumbai by Sleeper Coach 3AC Train Tickets: 12499/-  Kumta to Kumta ( Train Ticket Not Included ): 7799

Sikkim Tour from Mumbai
  • Siliguri, West Bengal
  • 7 Nights 8 Days

Sikkim Backpacking Trip

₹ 29,999

Sikkim – Backpacker’s Paradise   The Indian state of Sikkim is situated in the eastern Himalayas in the north-eastern region of the nation. One of India's tiniest states is this one. Sikkim is bordered to the north and northeast by the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China, to the southeast by Bhutan, to the south by the Indian state of West Bengal, and to the west by Nepal. In the state's southeast, in the city of Gangtok, sits the capital. Sikkim, which is a section of the Eastern Himalaya, is known for its biodiversity and for having alpine and subtropical climates. It also has Kangchenjunga, the third-highest mountain on Earth and the highest peak in India. Gangtok is the capital and largest city in Sikkim. The Khangchendzonga National Park spans over 35% of the state. Sikkim, a long-established independent political entity, was made an Indian protectorate in 1950 and a state in 1975. Despite its tiny size, Sikkim is very important to India politically and strategically because of its location along many international borders. Sikkim is one of the beauties in north eastern part of India. It is nicely tucked away and beautifully landlocked with immense natural beauty, it has all the components which would sooth you from the tiredness of vigorous day-to-day activities. The mighty Kanchenjunga, considered a benevolent protector, dominates the region, making itself visible from various points within the state. As the mercury rises across the country in May, Sikkim provides a much-needed retreat. once again to the city you all escaped from, maybe for this little breather. A mountain person or not, if you’re wondering what your next vacation spot must be, undoubtedly, you must add Sikkim to your travel bucket list. Sikkim, India’s second smallest state, is situated in the northeast region and is an ethereal gateway to the Himalayas. Sharing borders with Tibet in the north, Bhutan in the east, Nepal in the west and West Bengal in the south, Gangtok being its capital city, Sikkim houses breath-taking landscapes, lush green meadows, colourful groves and calm and gracious waterfalls. Although it is a perception that Sikkim is all about picturesque ranges and crystalline valleys, this mystic land has something to offer to every tourist. This tucked-away spot is ideal for nature admirers, adventure enthusiasts and spiritual buffs. Also, the unique and flavoursome local delicacies will surely take your taste buds through a wave of heavenly emotions! The places to visit in Sikkim: Tsomgo Lake: Also popularly known as the Changu Lake, Tsomgo is a glacier lake nestled 40 km from Gangtok at an altitude of 3800m. This lake reflects the gigantic snow-capped mountains, leaving you mesmerised.   Kanchenjunga Base Camp: Kanchenjunga is the world’s third-highest peak, and visiting its base camp is not only going to give you the true essence of Sikkim but also a sneak peek of the Himalayas. All those with an adrenaline rush can relish and enjoy this adventure trek. Nathula Pass: Nathula Pass is the most sought tourist location as this pass connects India to Tibet. You can witness a vibrant amalgamation of Indian and Tibetan culture around this place and also take home sovereigns from the Tibetan shops around. Lachen, Lachung and Yumthang Valley: Live like a local and adapt to tranquillity and serenity during your stay at these immensely beautiful and rich in culture villages in Sikkim. These villages are home to the Tibetan nomadic tribes and a portal to gorgeous lakes named Gurudongmar and Tso Lhamu. Pelling: Your trip to Sikkim is incomplete without monasteries, and Pelling is the right spot. Pelling will leave you enchanted with its lush greenery and radiating positivity all around. Teesta River: Relax by the riverside and indulge in water sports like river rafting and kayaking at Teesta River. It is a significant tourist attraction annually due to the enthralling and delightful views it exhibits.   Reaching Bagdogra Airport on your own : 29999/- per person ( Inclusive of 5% GST ) Mumbai to Mumbai by Indigo Airline  :  49,999/- per person ( Inclusive of 5% GST ) Mumbai to Sikkim and Sikkim to Mumbai time: Mumbai to Bagdogra by Indigo Airline Departure from Mumbai : 08.10 Hrs Arrival at Bagdogra : 10.55 Hrs Bagdogra to Mumbai by Indigo Airline Departure from Bagdogra : 11.30 Hrs Arrival at Mumbai : 14.30 Hrs   Please Note : Booking refundable air tickets through reputable platforms like Make My Trip or Yatra Portal is indeed a wise choice, especially for flexibility in travel plans. It's important to prioritize peace of mind, particularly in the face of potential last-minute changes or cancellations. Checkout our blog about Sikkim Title: Sikkim – Land Of The Mystic Thunder Dragon Link: https://www.ttrikon.com/blog/sikkim-land-of-the-mystic-thunder-dragon/

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