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Day 01– Dambulla
The city of Dambulla, located in the central province of the island is home to number of unique attractions, the most famous being the Dambulla Cave Temple Complex, which is the largest and well preserved one of its kind in Sri Lanka. These caves are said to have been inhabited as far as the 3rd century B.C and have been subject to many archeological discoveries. The rock climbs 160 feet over the surrounding plains and the five caves are home to some magnificent ancient artwork as well as ancient and extremely well preserved statues including the amazing 14 metre statue of the Buddha carved out from the rock. Dambulla is also home to Asia’s largest rose quartz mountain range and iron wood forest, known as NamalUyana. The massive quartz rocks are believed to be millions of years old surrounded by the ancient forest or iron wood trees is definitely worth checking. The great rock fortress of Sigiriya is yet another attraction found in this side of the island, which you can visit.
Day 01– Dambulla
Day 02– 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 ‘DaladaMaligawa’ 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 02- Kandy
Day 03 - 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 03 – Nuwara Eliya
Day 04 - Yala
The Yala National Park is the most famous wildlife sanctuary in Sri Lanka and this vast reserve is home to a multitude of fascinating wildlife as well as plant life. Deer, peacocks, wild boar, bears and herds of wild elephants are just some of the creatures that live here. Yala is also known as one of the best places to spot the ever illusive Sri Lankan leopard and is also home to an amazing array of endemic birds. Explore this amazing realm in a jeep safari escorted by experienced and knowledgeable guides and trackers and see for yourself the amazing creatures that inhabit it.
Day 04 – Yala National Park
Day 05 & 06 - Bentota
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 05 – Bentota (Beach Area)
Day 06 – Bentota (Beach Area)
Day 07 - 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 07– Colombo
Day 08 – Departure
After Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Katunayaka International Airport for Departure
Good bye from Paradise Sri Lanka