Monsoon edition of the Hoysala trail

The Monsoon edition of the Hoysala trail is on again..soak in the rains as we journey down the eons of history..Feel the lure of the monsoons and add a dose of history along with us as we go on a journey back to the eons of the time. Visit monuments off the tourist circuit, hidden temples, a step well in the middle of nowhere and the ancient capital of the Hoysalas, Dwarasamudra. A dash of coffee to go with the tour as we go on a plantation tour and indulge in a bit of birding as well..

Places Covered
The temple with four shrines at Doddagaddavalli
Ancient town of Dwarasamudra spread around Halebeedu
Hulikere Tank – A charming kalyani
Belavadi Temple
A walk in 300-acre coffee estate

You could contact me or Arun though our blogs and let us know if you would like to join us on the tour. Log on to travelwise for more details .


  1. Karachi Hotels 3 August, 2009 at 16:39 Reply

    I will be visiting India next month, so I’ve been looking for some nice places to visit on the internet. The first impression about this blog is quite good, I am reading and going through different posts, I hope I will find something useful for my visit.

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  3. R.Ramakrishnan 3 August, 2009 at 20:52 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi
    Thats a fabulous tour on offer. Wish I could join.I had visited Belur & Halebid around 30 years ago.These are places of such great architectural beauty.I was not a serious tourist then. I would like to relive that experience all over again.

    Rgds Ram

  4. Rush 6 August, 2009 at 02:21 Reply

    love the tours that u conduct, the other day was talking to my husband about travel tours in idia, of making a start up on that idea.glad to see to ur blog 🙂

  5. GMG 7 August, 2009 at 23:09 Reply

    Hi Lakshmi!
    Still busy?
    Blogtrotter is now showing that Reykjavik is not entirely grey… ;)). Enjoy and have a fabulous weekend!

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