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Arrival & assistance
Negombo city tour
Upon arriving in Sri Lanka, you will be greeted with garlands by our guide and transfer to your hotel.

Arrived at the hotel you can recover from a long journey.

Under take a city tour of Negombo.

Being one of the major tourist beach resorts of the island, this lively town is mainly inhabited by the fisher-folk. This is also one of the strongholds of the catholic community of Sri Lanka and quietly correctly considered as the “Little Rome”, located along the picturesque Negombo lagoon, along which hundreds of fishing boats and catamarans could be seen most of the time. The Town is dotted with several churches, some dating from the earliest colonial times. Sightseeing in Negombo includes the remains of the Old Dutch Fortress from 1678, the Dutch Canal constructed for the transportation of Cinnamon, St. Mary’s Church and the Old Dutch Cemetery, and naturally, the Negombo Fish Market –more famously known as the “Lellama”.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel


Climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress

You are free to enjoy the pool and then have a late breakfast.

Around 10AM leave to Sigiriya.

Climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress in the afternoon. A Royal Citadel for 20 years in the 5th Century AD – stark and forbidding, haunted by an epic story of murder and betrayal is attributed to King Kasyapa who found hiding here after killing his father more fruitful than meeting the wrath of the people who loved King Dhatusena much more before meeting his rival – Prince Mugalan who had fled to India seeking reinforcements for his Army. This unique Rock Fortress or “castle in the sky” – a massive monolith of red stone that rises 600ft above ground , derived the name “Lion Rock” as the entrance to the climb to the summit is reached between the paws of a lion .

In the evening return to the hotel.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Visit The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa
Safari jeep at Minneriya National Park

Today, after breakfast Polonnaruwa is explored.

The island’s Medieval Capital (11th – 13th Centuries AD) which rose to fame after the decline of Anuradhapura.. The city was fortified with three concentric walls, beautified with parks and gardens and sanctified by many shrines. A unique Irrigation complex watered the city as well as the surrounding plains helping in agriculture which made the island “the Granary of the East” . The largest of the man made reservoirs, the huge Parakrama Samudra (the Sea of Parakrama), is larger in size than the Colombo Harbour. Polonnaruwa is home to two magnificent World Heritage Sites and numerous other sites of archaeological and historical interest , some of which depict the influence that Hinduism had on the Buddhist Civilisation during that period of history.

Culmination of the day is with a safari at Minneriya National Park.

It is situated around the reservoir of the same name in the south central area of the island. This park comprises of grasslands, thorny scrubs and many valuable species of trees. Large herds of elephants, species of deer, wild boar, water buffalo and jackals are some of the wild animals found, along with a variety of avifauna that abounds the park. Has become synonymous with the annual “Elephant Gathering”

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Visit Dambulla Cave Temple
Matale Spice Garden
Colorful Cultural Show

After a good breakfast, heading to the last ancient city of Sri Lanka, Kandy.

En route visit Dambulla Cave temple.

A collection of five caves of different sizes full of paintings , sculptures, statues of Lord Buddha, his disciples, Kings , Gods etc. considered to be the largest painted caves in the world with more than 22,000 sq ft of painted surfaces declared a World Heritage Site

En-Route to Kandy, visit the Matale spice garden. The spice garden is one of the best spots for spices on the island, and here you will be introduced to various spices and be shown how these spices are grown and processed much to your awe.

Arrive to Kandy. Literally known as the “City on the Hills” so named as it was protected by the nature – water , rocks and jungles. The last capital of the Sri Lankan kings before falling to the British in 1815AD which is a World Heritage Site.

In the evening watch a Cultural Performance by traditional Kandyan Dancers and Drummers including devotional “Fire Walking”

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Temple of the Tooth Relic
Local Market
Peradeniya Botanical Garden

After breakfast you are going to embark on a city tour in Kandy starting from the centre of attraction – the golden roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha.

After visiting the tooth relic temple, you will drive around the affluent Kandy lake admiring the serene and stunning landscape merged with the beauty of nature. Then walk into the local market.

In the afternoon visit Royal Botanical Gardens – one of the best of its kind in Asia with more than 5000 species of different varieties of flora which incidentally was the Headquarters of Lord Louise Mountbatten – the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces during the 2nd World War,

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Visit a Tea Plantation
Visit a Tea Factory

After breakfast, you will proceed to the hill country.

Visit a Tea Factory and a Plantation to witness the manufacturing process of world famous “Ceylon Tea” and to taste a pure unblended cup of factory fresh tea before being sent to the Tea Auctions in Colombo leading to Export.

A short walk can be done in the tea plantations.

Check in to the hotel and relax yourself.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hote


Free Day at the hotel

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Visit Rawana Water Fall
Under Take a City Tour in Katharagama

From the hill country you will descend to the south part of the country.

Visit Rawana Water Fall.

In the afternoon

This most holy of towns is a compelling mix of pomp and procession, piety and religious extravagance. Kataragama is the most important pilgrimage site in Sri Lanka; a holy place for Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus and Veddah people. It is one of those wonderful destinations where the most outlandish of legends becomes solid fact and magic floats in clouds of incense.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Jeep Safari at Yala National Park

Early morning under take a jeep safari at Yala national park.

Yala is Sri Lanka’s most famous national park. Forming a total area of 1268 sq km of scrub, light forest, grassy plains and brackish lagoons, it’s very rich in wildlife and you’re virtually certain to encounter elephants, crocodiles, buffaloes and monkeys.

Retun to the hotel and free time to enjoy the pool under the hot climate.

Then heading to your beach hotel for relaxation.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Relaxing time in the hotel.

Dinner & overnight stay at Hotel.


Transfer to the airport as per your departure flight.

  • Private transport with English speaking chauffeur guide
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Government taxes
  • Entrance fees
  • Visits not included in the programme
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Beverages
  • International flights
  • Visa fee
  • Lunch
  • Chauffeur and the vehicle on the free days

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