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Travspire Bangalore Tour - Explore Bangalore
Duration: 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM (4 Hours)
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Price: INR 3000 per person
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TOUR DESCRIPTION

On this Bangalore Temple Tour we will try and demystify the most ancient belief system in the world, Hinduism. We will look at Mythology, Yoga, Science, Literature, Architecture, and History to stitch together our understanding of Hindusim. All of this we do as we visit three distinct and beautiful temples within the Bengaluru city. 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Learn about early philosophies that came out of India and how they evolved over time
  • Hear about the basic tenets of the Vedic religious system.
  • Learn how meditation and yoga fits into this system
  • Understand the inclusive nature of Indian religions
  • Visit an ancient cave temple and learn about its connection to cosmic events
  • Visit a beautiful structural temple built in stone in dravidian architecture style
  • Look at beautiful relief sculptures made in stone and hear an expert narrate stories depicted by them.   
  • Meditate in consecrated space and participate in the rituals at temples

PRICE

  • 6,000 total (for solo traveller)
  • 3,000 per adult (2 -3 persons)
  • 2,500 per adult (4 - 5 persons)
  • 2,250 per adult (6 - 8 persons)

All prices listed are for exclusive private tour. For larger group enquiries or students group please drop an enquiry and we will get back with a custom quote. 

GALLERY

Optional Add-ons

The price mentioned does not include transportation, but if you want us to arrange we can do so at prevailing market rates. It can range from INR 3000 to 4000

Terms and Conditions

  • Expert English Speaking Guide
  • South Indian breakfast (vegetarian) and coffee/tea
  • Bottled drinking water
  • Entry and gate fees during the tour wherever applicable
  • Transportation (unless you opt-in for it)
  • Anything not in the inclusions section

Since we are visiting temples we request you to follow these guidelines. This is not to enforce a dress code, rather to be respectful of local culture and ethos. 

  • Wear tops that cover shoulders and chest area well
  • Wear bottoms that cover upto knee level atleast
  • Avoid wearing very tight clothing