Join us for a marathon in the ancient town of Hampi! A temple town in north Karnataka, Hampi is renowned for its UNESCO World Heritage Site listed group of monuments. It was once one of the largest, most prosperous cities of the world and located within the ruins of the Vijayanagara Empire. If you are staying in Hospet or on the south side of the river in Hampi, engaging an auto rickshaw the previous day is suggested. If you are staying on the north side of the river, please check for the best transport method. You can cross the river from the Anegundi bridge, but please account for the longer travel time. Boats are available during the day but they are legally required to start only after daylight.
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