Hampi Stopover (3 nights: From £ 186. Prices are valid for conclusion
by 30 Sep 2016).
Hampi Stopover (3 nights: From £ 186): This excursion is ideal for
those who wish to do a short trip whilst maintaining the main purpose of a beach
holiday. It involves a very scenic train journey (through the Dudhsagar waterfalls)
from Goa - Hospet for covering Hampi. Hampi is a town with an amazing terrain
made up of rock boulders. Historically, very important as it was the seat of the
Vijaynagar empire. Sights include various temples including the Vitthala temple
and Virupaksha temple.
Hampi Stopover: Goa - Hospet - Goa .
This trip starts on a Sunday of Friday and concludes on a Wednesday or Monday
to tie in with the train times.
Goa - Hospet: 0720 - 1445. Stay
for 3 nights at Hospet.
Malligi Tourist Home (3 nights).
Hospet - Goa: 0630 - 1450.
Cost per person in £'s on a twin share basis. Prices are valid
for conclusion by 30 Sep 2016.
Cost Includes: Ac II tier/ AC 3 Tier travel for above itinerary; hotels
as mentioned on the itinerary on a twin share room only basis. Cost Excludes: accommodation in Goa; transfers in Goa and Hospet; sightseeing;
meals; guides; entrance & camera fees to monuments. Rates given above are based on standard rooms on a twin share basis. Not included: International air travel.
However, S.D.Enterprises would be happy to recommend agents that could procure
international scheduled air tickets as "ticket providers". (London -
Mumbai - Goa - Mumbai - Mumbai - London).
Note: The rates have not been updated since 2016 season, as there has been
a violent change in the exchange rates ever since the Brexit Vote. We have left
the rates as per 2015 - 16 season to give you something of an idea. For current
rates, pl email your requests with dates & number of passengers. We can then
get back to you on the same.
Note: All products in the website are being reviewed in view of the current
pandemic on account of the coronavirus. At this point (i.e. when the website
was being updated in late Dec 2020 / early Jan 2021), we regret that we are
unable to recommend travel from the UK to the majority of the countries in Asia
that we deal with. We are hoping that the situation will improve (not only for
the anxiously waiting travellers and the tour operators in the UK but also for
the thousands of people connected with the travel trade who are more than just
associates for us.). When and how quickly travel is likely to resume is unknown
to us with the earliest time likely to be in the autumn of 2021. Many of the
products may need to be changed at the early stages for the safety of the travellers
and the locals at these countries.