Highlights of Sri Lanka

This tropical island, being in history for over 2600 years have remarkable discoveries including UNESCO recognized world heritage sites, remote villages to fashionable residences to witness some of the best wildlife safari’s outside Africa, miles of tea gardens and tasting of the world’s best tea in the highlands, cultural values considering it’s multi religious societies living together, having various beliefs, customs and tasting our own Sri Lankan cuisine, Sri Lanka Ayurveda including Yoga is something different to anywhere in the world.

Our Prices will Include

  • Accommodation sharing room with meals on HB basis commencing with dinner on day 01 and ending With breakfast on day 12
  • BB basis in Colombo
  • Transport in an Air Conditioned vehicle with an English Speaking Chauffer guide
  • Government Taxes

Prices will Not Include

  • Extras of a personal nature such as Liquor, Tips, Laundry, Spa etc.
  • Items not mentioned in "package includes"
  • Entrance fees at places of sightseeing as per the program
  • Private jeep hire for safari
  • Optional activities as per the program.


Click on each day to see the detail.

  • On your arrival to BIA, walk approximately 125 m to the immigration control. Keep your arrival card ready to present to the immigration you will go through the duty free shops and go down stairs or you can use the elevator to go to the baggage collection. Thereafter use the exit for foreign nationals.
  • Your guide will greet you with a flower garland at the Arrival lounge and escort you to the tour coach.
  • You will then be transferred to your hotel in Negombo.
  • Check in to the Hotel and at leisure to relax.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at your hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed to Sigiriya.
  • En route visit the Golden Rock Cave Temple in Dambulla. The caves date back to the 1st century BC. They are sited on a gigantic granite outcrop, which towers over 160m above the surrounding land. The inside of the caves are completely covered by ancient frescoes of Buddha. Many have been carved out of living rock, the largest of which is 15m long of a dying Buddha.
  • Check into the hotel.
  • Evening at leisure to relax by the poolside of the hotel.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • Enjoy your delicious breakfast at the Hotel.
  • After breakfast Visit the legendary Sigiriya Rock Fortress, famous for its frescoes of ‘Celestial Maidens’ is possibly the most impressive site in Sri Lanka. Built by King Kashyapa in the 5th century on the top of a vast 200m granite rock it took seven years to build and was abandoned after 18 years of occupation when the King, defeated by his brother committed suicide. Although it is a steep climb, the views and frescoes are definitely worth the effort. Sigiriya is best visited first thing in the morning or just before sunset when it is cooler and less crowded.
  • Thereafter continue the journey to begin a trek through an area known as Hiriwadunna – located close to the town of Habarana. On this trek you will witness the day to day life of traditional Sri Lankan villagers as they go about their tasks of fishing or washing clothes around the lake. We should also see amazing birdlife, butterflies and possibly a sighting of crocodiles as you walk your way through dense forest shrubs and across shallow streams. You’ll enjoy a ride on a bullock cart before crossing a wider tributary by local outrigger to watch traditional cultivation methods and to pick some vegetable to cook for our lunch prepared on firewood fuelled burners using traditional earthenware pots.
  • Return to the hotel.
  • Late evening at leisure.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed to Polonnaruwa through Beautiful forest areas.
  • Enjoy a guided sightseeing tour of the Great Medieval Kingdom of Polonnaruwa. The Medieval Kingdom from the 11th to the 13th century.This was declared as an UNESCO heritage site in 1982. After the demise of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa became the middle historic capital of Sri Lanka (1017 – 1235 AD). Ethnic harmony prevailed between the Sinhalese and the Tamils during this period. Buddhist and Hindu Temples located in the same complex and many other ruins symbolizes this fact. The Palaces, Huge granite sculptures and the massive tanks and complex irrigation systems built by the Great Kings conveys the extent of development that existed in this middle history period.
  • Afternoon enjoy an exclusive private Jeep Safari in Minneriya NationalPark. Watch the Great Elephant Gathering at a National Park on this 3 hour private jeep safari. Accompanied by a driver/guide, view the elephants eating, bathing, and playing in their natural environment.
  • Return to the hotel.
  • Overnight accommodation at Sigiriya Jungles Hotel
  • After breakfast proceed to Kandy.
  • En route visit a Spice garden in Matale. Here you’ll find in abundance the great scents, tastes and medicines that made and make Sri Lanka famous. Stroll around the fragrant greenery and through the cardamom groves in the shade of huge tropical trees and give you a sense of smell a new lease on life.You can Smell, see and learn about Nutmeg, Pepper, Cloves, Curry, Cinnamon and many others at Matale, and experience the great riches of Sri Lanka’s cuisine and traditional Ayurveda therapy.
  • Check into the hotel.
  • Thereafter witness a traditional Kandyan dance performance.
  • Evening visit the Temple of Tooth, a deeply significant Buddhist site that contains a tooth of Buddha collected from his funeral pyre and this draws thousands of pilgrims from across the world.
  • Return to the hotel for dinner and overnight accommodation.
  • After breakfast visit a Tea Plantation and Tea factory. Find out how tea leaves end up in a steamy hot cup. Don’t forget to grab a few fresh tea packets on your way out. Then proceed to see the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, known to be the most beautiful garden in South Asia and is a lovely place to spend a few hours. These gorgeous gardens were first planted and laid out for King Kirthi Sri Rajasingha (1747 – 1780) and cover some 60 ha (150 acres) of trees, lawns and flowering shrubs, including a 20 ha (50 acre) arboretum of more than 10,000 trees. Under British rule, the royal park became a botanical garden in 1821 and is the largest of Sri Lanka’s three main botanical gardens. Here exotic crops such as coffee, tea, nutmeg, rubber and cinchona (quinine) – all of which later became important to Sri Lanka’s economy.
  • Optional: Visit a gem museum.
  • Thereafter set on a sightseeing tour in Kandy.
  • Return to the hotel and evening at leisure.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed to the Kandy railway station. Enjoy a scenic Train journey from Kandy railway station to Nanu Oya railway station. Addition to the breath-taking sceneries it is truly an unforgettable experience. The change in temperature will certainly take you by surprise.
  • Check in to the hotel and at leisure.
  • Afternoon city tour.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed Tissamaharama through beautiful Ella Gap.
  • En route visit Rawana Ella waterfall.
  • Check in to the hotel in Tissamaharama.
  • Afternoon enjoy a Jeep Safari at the Yala National Park. The Yala National Park is situated in the South East of Sri Lanka and offers wildlife enthusiasts an approach of life time to see wild boar, deer, leopards, crocodiles, monkeys in their national surroundings. But the Yala National Park is renowned more for its elephant’s safaris than anything else.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed to your beach stay resort.
  • En route visit Galle Dutch fort. The Galle Fort is city with the perfect blend of past and present, the native and the colonial. Galle is located at the extreme southwest corner of the island where the shoreline turns east towards Matara and Tangalle.
  • Galle Fort was first built by the Portuguese in the 16th century and then modified by the Dutch during the 17th century. During this time the fort became Sri Lanka’s main port and center of trade and commerce among the Persians, Arabians, Greeks, Romans, Malays and Indians. The Galle Fort is one of the best preserved examples of 17th century colonial fortifications in the world and is on the UNESCO list of world monuments. In fact today, much of what visitors see of the Galle Fort is a reflection of the way Galle Fort was during the time of the Dutch. When the British took over Galle for the Dutch in the 18th century they did little to alter or eradicate any of the Dutch structures or influences
  • Check in to the hotel.
  • Evening at leisure to enjoy the beach.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at the hotel.
  • Full day leisure to enjoy the beach or poolside.
  • Dinner and overnight accommodation at hotel.
  • After breakfast proceed to Colombo.
  • Optional: Enjoy a boat ride in Madu river.
  • The estuary of the Madu Ganga river is a complex coastal ecosystem of mangroves and islands. It may be one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka. A boat trip is a wonderful way of seeing some of the hundreds of species of plants and animals – monkeys eat fruit in the trees, a water monitor lizard glides slowly through the water, and cormorants, egrets and kingfishers wait patiently on the banks, eyeing the water for prey. There are around 64 islands in the river and lagoon, from a tiny speck housing a deserted shrine to one housing 250 families connected to the mainland with a very long footbridge. The main occupations of the local inhabitants are producing cinnamon and prawn fishing – if you take the trip in the evening you will see the fishermen in their canoes lighting lanterns to attract the shellfish into their traps.
  • Arrive into Colombo and set on a sightseeing of the Commercial Capital of Sri Lanka. Your tour of this colourful city will take you from its noisy bazaars to its fashionable residential area passing places where Grand Colonial era buildings stand alongside modern office structures. The diversity of religion, ethnicity and customs of the people in this city becomes very evident.
  • Check into the hotel for overnight accommodation.
  • After breakfast proceed to Katunayake international airport to connect with your departure flight.

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