Situated in Badami, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Badami Museum, Akka-Tangi Falls, and Agastya Lake. Badami Cave Temples is 1.2 mi (2 km) away.
Situated in Badami, this hotel is close to Badami Museum, Agastya Lake, and Akka-Tangi Falls. Local attractions also include Badami Cave Temples and Banashankari Temple.
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New Delhi, the nation's capital, is about 880 miles north of Pattadakal.
If you're looking for an outdoor activity, put on your hiking boots and head out to Agastya Lake. It's around 8 miles from Pattadakal.
Make your stay a rewarding one with a historical tour of Group of Monuments in Pattadakal.
People from all walks of life will find themelves enchanted by the tranquil aura of Sangameshvara Temple.
To explore the area in even greater depth, travel 10 miles to Badami. Here you can pay a visit to Banashankari Temple and Badami Cave Temples.
Approximately 60 miles to the southeast of Pattadakal is Hospet, a regional center which is home to Kannada University, Archaeological Museum and Queen’s Bath. Don't hit the road until you've also gone to Elephant Stables and Matanga Hill.
There are some great ways to make the most of the great outdoors in this region. Rock climbing and mountain climbing are just two healthy options that you can choose from.
If you like to take things a little easier while you are away from home, we've got good news. All of your worries will disappear as you head outside to go bird watching or wildlife watching.
Experience the Karnataka region from a bird's-eye point of view. Rise up above the landscape and try parasailing.
When the temperatures climb, do what the locals do and head down to the water for an exhilarating few hours of swimming or snorkeling.
Many visitors like to take in some local arts and culture while they're here. Sound appealing? You'll find a variety of history museums and craft workshops in the region.
Take a relaxing stroll and make the most of the sunshine at the region's open-air exhibits, open-air markets and gardens.
Combine education and fun at the region's fascinating historic sites. In particular, you should make an effort to get to some of its ruins, fortresses, historic mansions and historic palaces.
Karnataka boasts a variety of temples and shrines. These are terrific places to get some insight into the region's spiritual heart.
Enliven your taste buds in the region's cafés, restaurants and bars.
Absorb the colorful culinary culture and sample some coconut and mutton. These two ingredients are found seemingly everywhere in the region.
Any foodie worth their salt should make sure they order bisi bele bath (rice with vegetables) and saaru (tamarind and tomato soup) before making their way to other local dishes.
For a sweet encounter that will leave your mouth watering, try haalubaayi (rice and coconut fudge), a delectable dessert.
Being here on the 26th of January means you'll enjoy a first-hand impression of Republic Day.
Don't fret about missing your flight. Just make sure you remember that the nearest airport is 65 miles to the southwest.