Hampi is an ancient village in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, owing to the ancient temples, forts, and other monuments. It is a fascinating place to wander around and discover the rich history of this region. The culture of the urban, royal and sacred systems of noticeable from more than 1600 surviving remains that include forts, riverside features, temples, etc. Attractions like Krishna temple, Vitthala temple, Lotus Mahal, Stepped Tank, Tungabhadra Dam, Virupaksha temple, and more heritage sites at Hampi are on every tourist's agenda. Dravidian architecture flourished under the Vijayanagara Empire and is distinguished by its massive dimensions, secluded enclosures, and tall towers over the entrances encased by decorated pillars. The majority of the monuments are in a good state of preservation and conservation. Exploring Hampi is on foot & it is best suited for everyone. A magnificent glimpse of Hampi and its surroundings can be spotted from the top Matangaparvata. Every spot in Hampi is a diverse array of photography opportunities and open-up to unlimited possibilities for an outdoor photographer.