Why we like it
- Explore of the ancient ruins of UNESCO site, Hampi
- An exclusive eco-friendly camp with only 10 colonial-style tents
- Relax with a personal butler service
- Enjoy bird-watching on the backwaters of Tungabhadra River, home to over 230 species
- Savour locally grown food prepared by award winning chefs
About Kishkinda Camp, Hampi
Immerse yourself in an unearthly landscape of ancient palaces and temples, dotted with boulders when you stay at Kishkinda Camp, Hampi. Located on the banks of the Tungabhadra River, you will find yourself stepping back in time to the Vijayanagar Empire during your cultural odyssey of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After a day exploring the magnificent ruins of Hampi, set among banana plantations and paddy fields, you can retreat to the new colonial safari-style tents and relax on your private veranda and gaze at the night sky. Allow your butler to take care of your every whim from morning cup of tea to evening sundowner. Each of the 10 stylish tents feature hand-crafted décor with four-poster beds, comfortable armchairs and a few nods to the days of the grand tour which includes leather-bound trunks. Enjoy Indian-inspired dishes which have been carefully prepared by award-winning chefs using locally-grown produce.
Join one of the camp’s expert guides for a tour of the Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary or learn more about India’s nomadic past with a visit to Sandur home of the Banjaras people. Don’t forget your binoculars for birdwatching on the backwaters of Tungabhadra River. And for that picture-perfect moment capture the sun setting over the eight-century Virupaksha temple of Hampi.