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Detail Itinerary

Day 01 - Colombo

Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, brings together the old and the new. Colonial ruins and buildings contrast with high - rise hotels and commercial banks. Almost everyone who visits Sri Lanka spends time in this busy city. Colombo, an eighth century port, houses administrative, financial and other offices of relevance to the traveler. A part of other offices of relevance to the traveler.A part of finest structures of its colonial heritage. The city has developed, through several phases, into a modern city. The populace of Colombo is representative of Sri Lanka's ethnic and religious mixture.

Day 01 - Colombo

  • Arrival in Sri Lanka & assistance at the airport proceed to Colombo
  • check-in at the hotel
  • Evening proceed on Colombo city tour
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 02– Anuradhpura

The city of Anuradhapura is Sri Lankas ancient capital, which holds some of the earliest grand monuments of the country, gives you a glimpse of Sri Lankas oldest city and the cradle of one of the world’s most technologically advanced civilizations of the ancient world. Get lost in magnificent feats of art and architecture such as the Aukana Buddha statue, the thuparama temple and the Isurumuniya rock carvings

Day 02 - Anuradhpura

  • After having breakfast at the hotel proceed to Anuradhpura
  • en route visit Pinnawala elephant orphanage
  • Check-in at the hotel
  • Evening proceed on Anuradhpura city tour
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 03 – Dambulla

Damublla is reminiscent of the past. For many centuries, the surroundings of Dambulla, an area of over fifty acres, was the habitation of forest dwelling monks. While these had minimal contact with the public, medication was their main strength. Archaeological data confirm that the cave shrines of Damublla, renowned as the temple of the infinite Buddhas, was a place of religious worship when the capital was at Anuradhapura. According to extant inscriptions, the cave in the shrine as well as in the surroundings were donated to the monks by royalty, nobility, monks and nuns. More recently, the climb to the cave shrine, 600 feet above the plains and 100 feet above sea level, has been made easier.

Day 03 - Dambulla

  • After having breakfast at the hotel proceed to Dambulla
  • En route visit Wilpathu national park
  • Check-in at the hotel
  • If time permits proceed to Sigiriya rock fortress if not next day early morning
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 04 & 05 – Kandy

The ancient city of Kandy, located in Sri Lanka’s centre, is known to be the country’s cultural capital and an example of Sri Lanka’s rich cultural heritage. This beautiful city in the hills is ideal for relaxing and reflecting. The City is home to the tooth relic of the Lord Buddha and it is housed in the famous ‘Dalada Maligawa’ or ‘Temple of the Tooth’, which attracts thousands to the city every year including devotees as well as visitors who come to marvel at the beautiful architecture of the temple. Kandy is also home to many other old temples and other landmarks, including the amazing Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.

Day 04- Kandy

  • After Breakfast at the hotel, Proceed Kandy
  • Enroute visit matale Spic Gardens
  • (Upper lake drive, Gem & Bathik shopping, Oak Ray wood carvings)
  • Check in to the hotel
  • Witness a cultural dance in the evening
  • Overnight stay

Day 05- Kandy

  • After Breakfast at the hotel proceed on Kandy city tour
  • Visit royal botanical gardens
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 06 - Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya, known as the garden city of Asia for its hills, valleys and waterfalls, is 6,182 feet above sea level and is situated at the foot of Mount Pidurutalagala, Sri Lanka's highest peak. Nuwara Eliya was discovered in 1819 by Sir Samuel Baker, the famous explore who discovered the source of the Nile. Thereafter, an English village was established, the remains of which can still be seen. The colonial government habitually moved to Nuwara Eliya for 3 months of the year: March, April and May, when Colombo was warm and humid. Since then, thousands of domestic and foreign tourists sojourn in Nuwara Eliya, to relish the salubrious climate, play golf, enjoy the park, admire the high grown tea plantations, visit the Hakgala gardens grown tea plantations, visit the Hakgala gardens and travel to Worlds End at Horton Plains, where there is a sudden drop in the terrain of several thousand feet.

Day 06–Nuwara Eliya

  • After breakfast at the hotel, Proceed to Nuwara Eliya
  • Visit Tea Plantation & Tea Factory
  • Visit beautiful waterfalls in Hill country
  • Take Nuwaraeliya city Tour (Strawberry farm visit, boat ride can be arranged)
  • Check in to the hotel & relax
  • Overnight Stay at the hotel

Day 07 & Day 08-Bentota& Galle (Beach Location)

Bentota and its breathtaking sandy beach pretty much transforms your dreams and visions of a tropical paradise into an everyday reality. Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka and only about 200 km from the Equator, this secluded crescent shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and forget about all the hustle and bustle of your other life that’s a million miles away. This small sandy tropical beach boasts some of Sri Lanka’s best and most stunning sunsets and sunrises.

Day 07 – Bentota (Beach Area)

  • After Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Bentota
  • Check into the hotel
  • Evening enjoy the sun set and relax at the beach
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 08 – Bentota (Beach Area)

  • After Breakfast at the hotel proceed on Galle city tour
  • Madu Ganga boat ride can be arranged
  • visit kosgoda turtle farm
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 09 - Colombo

Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, brings together the old and the new. Colonial ruins and buildings contrast with high - rise hotels and commercial banks. Almost everyone who visits Sri Lanka spends time in this busy city. Colombo, an eighth century port, houses administrative, financial and other offices of relevance to the traveler. A part of other offices of relevance to the traveler.A part of finest structures of its colonial heritage. The city has developed, through several phases, into a modern city. The populace of Colombo is representative of Sri Lanka's ethnic and religious mixture.

Day 09 – Colombo

  • After Breakfast at the hotel proceed to Colombo
  • Check-in at the hotel
  • Overnight stay at the hotel

Day 10 – Departure

After Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Katunayaka International Airport for Departure with wonderful memories and experience

End of Package

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