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Day one – Colombo Air Port to Sigiriya (03 hrs. and 35 mins) drive

Arrival in Sri Lanka & client will be met with our representative on arrival and transferred to Sigiriya and check into the hotel……………

After lunch proceed to Minneriya national park to experience wild Safari

MINNERIYA NATIONAL PARK – This Park is situated at the center of the Cultural Triangle, Minneriya is a good alternative to the busier parks in the south and it’s easy to weave in a day here between visiting the ancient cities. The dry season, from June to September, is the best time to visit the 8,890-hectare park when the ancient tank that dominates the area dries out and the grasses and shoots push through and check in hotel

Dinner & …………. Overnight stay at Sigiriya (1st night)

Day Two - Sigiriya Rock fortress – Village Trek Dambulla – Dambulla Golden Rock Temple

After breakfast………

SIGIRIYA ROCK FORTRESS – A “World Heritage Site” and the “Fortress in the Sky” from the 5th century, which is perhaps the most fantastic wonder of the island. It is also known as Lion Rock due to the huge lion that stood at the entrance to the palace on the top of the 600-foot-high rock. On its top are the foundations of the Royal Palace, the Cisterns for water supply and all the other buildings and the guards on the edges. Up one of the stairs has survived the only known ancient work of Sinhalese secular painting in the form of frescoes of 21 life-size bridesmaids that still shine in their original colors. Don’t miss the water gardens, fountain garden, summer houses, Boulder gardens and caves within the gated area. Later in the afternoon, go for a Village Trek Dambulla – Dambulla Golden Rock Temple.

 Dinner & …………. Overnight stay at Sigiriya (2nd night)

Day Three – Sigiriya to Kandy (02 hrs) Drive

After breakfast……… proceed to Kandy

EN ROUTE MATALE SPICE GARDENTEMPLE OF TOOTH RELIC – Cultural show at evening hrs Since ancient time, the relic has played an important role in local politics because it is believed that whoever holds the relic holds the governance of the country. the Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings and is a world heritage site mainly due to the temple,

KANDY CITY – The hill capital. Venue of the annual Perahara. The last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings was finally ceded to the British in1815. Kandy is an example of the Buddhism’s influence in Sri Lanka today. Temple’s shrines and monasteries keeping alive Buddhist traditions are everywhere. Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic – Ever since 4th Century A.D, when the Buddha’s Tooth was Brought to Sri Lanka hidden from sacrilegious hands in an Orissan princess’ hair, the Relic has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. It is considered Sri Lanka’s most prized possession. Center of the lake is the island called “Kiri Samudraya” (milky White Ocean) used by Kings as a summer residence. Today it is the center of Buddhism, arts, crafts, dance, music and culture. Visitors can see these dances and music during the daily cultural performances held in different places in the city.

Dinner & …………. Overnight stay at Kandy (3rd night)

Day Four -Kandy to Nuwara Eliya – via Royal Botanical Garden Peradeniya -Tea Plantation

After breakfast……… proceed to Nuwara Eliya .on the way heading will visit ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDEN – Peradeniya – 147 acres in extent; Started in 1374 as a pleasure garden of the Kings of Gampola and Kandy. There are more than 5,000 species of trees, plants and creepers. Some rare and endemic as well as flora from the tropical world are found in the gardens. Spice Garden and Orchid House are popular with tourists. There are 5 Palm Avenues beautifying the gardens, the earliest and tallest Palm Avenue (Royal Palm Avenue) was planted in 1905 and the Double Coconuts from the Seashells Island, with the largest seed of all plants in the world is one such avenue. In the afternoon go for the Cultural Show

TEA PLANTATIONS – Tea was first planted in Sri Lanka in 1824 at the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, when some plants were brought from China. Others were introduced from Assam in 1839. In 1867, a Scottish planter named James Taylor planted tea seedlings in 8 hectares of woodland on the Loolkondura estate. In 1873, Sri Lanka’s tea export industry started with a modest 23 pounds shipped to London. The tea will only grow on undulating ground and is classified based on elevation into 3 main groups. Today more than 200,000 hectares in the highlands and other areas are planted with tea and around 300 million kilograms, with 25% of the world’s tea exports, Sri Lanka is the largest tea exporter in the world.

Dinner & …………. Overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya (4th night)

Day five – Nuwara Eliya to Bentota – Via Kitulgala Water Rafting (03 hrs and30 mins) Drive

After breakfast……… proceed to Bentota via kitulgala experience of water rafting, check in hotel at Bentota ,at evening leisure on Bentota beach .

Dinner & …… Over stay at Bentota (5th night)

Day Six – Bentota city tour - Balapitiya Turtle Hatchery

After breakfast……… proceed to Bentota city tour, Bentota has been a popular beach destination among tourist due to its proximity to Colombo and Galle. Travelers will love the wide sandy beaches on the southern end of Bentota. with, calm water making it perfect of diving and water sports activities. the beach divided into two sections,one being the static water of Bentota lagoon and other being the “Paradise Island “on the north. The lagoon section offers wide range of water – sports activities like wind surfing, water skling, canoeing, banana – boating and deep-sea fishing.


BALAPITIYA TURTLE HATCHERY  – Globally, all seven species of marine turtles are endangered. Of these seven, five come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The process of marine turtles nesting, hatchlings being born, and swimming back to sea is fascinating to observe.

MADU RIVER BOAT RIDE – The 915- hectare Madu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Randombe Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than 10 major wetland vegetation types supporting over 300 plan

Dinner & …… Over stay at Bentota (6th night)

Day Seven – Bentota to Colombo

After late breakfast proceed to Colombo on the way visit city tour and shopping.  drive through the city taking you in the busy commercial Colombo areas well as treelined residential, cinnamon gardens, visits fort, former British administrative center and military garrison, sea street, the goldsmith’s quarters in the heart of Pettah, the bazaar area, Hindu temple with elaborate stone carvings and Dutch church of wolfendhal dating back in 1749.

proceed to BIA

End Tour



Above mention travelling time subject to change