Day 01 – Airport | Colombo
- Check in to hotel in Colombo
- Overnight stay in Colombo
Day 02 – Pinnawala | Sigiriya
- Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage
- Overnight stay in Sigiriya
Day 03 – Sigiriya | Minneriya | Sigiriya
- Climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress
- Minneriya sanctuary
- Overnight stay in Sigiriya
Day 04 – Sigiriya | Kandy
- Kandy site seeing and Shopping
- Temple of Tooth Relic
- Cultural Show
- Overnight stay in Kandy
Day 05 – Kandy | Peradeniya | Nuwara Eliya
- Botanical Gardens
- Spice Garden
- Tea Estate & Factory
- Nuwara Eliya City Tour
- Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya
Day 06 – Nuwara Eliya | Ella | Galle
- Sites seeing en route
- Ravana Falls
- Galle fort
- Overnight stay in Uda Walawe
Day 07 – Galle | Balapitiya | Wadduwa
- Turtle Hatchery
- Bentota river excursion (Optional)
- Overnight stay in Wadduwa
Day 08 – Wadduwa
- Spend at Leisure
- Overnight stay in Wadduwa
Day 09 – Wadduwa | Airport
- Leave for the airport in time for the departure
- Airport pickup and transfer to a hotel in Colombo.
- Leave for Habarana enroute visit the Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawela.
- Check in to a hotel in Habarana.
- Go on an elephant ride in the jungles of Habarana in the afternoon
- Stay overnight in Habarana.
Witness the bottle-feeding of orphaned baby Elephants and Elephants bathing and frolicking in the river after their meal.
- After breakfast in the morning Climb the Sigiriya Rock Fortress.
- Afternoon relax in hotel .
The King Kassapa built the Sigiriya Rock fortress in 5th century AD also known as the Lion rock the kings palace was on top of the rock with water ponds etc. Marvel the world famous frescoes on the wall depicting goddesses from heaven.
- Leave for Kandy.
- Drive around the Kandy Lake built by the last king Sri Wickramarajasinghe in 1806; visit the Kandy town bazaar, the arts and the crafts center, a gem museum, lapidary. There after witness a traditional cultural dance show in the late afternoon.
- Overnight stay in Kandy.
Kandy was the capital of the Last kingdom of Sinhalese Kings, Undoubtedly the most beautiful city in the island.
- Visit The Peradeniya Botanical Gardens in the morning.
- After visiting the gardens leave for Nuwara Eliya.
- On the way Visit a Tea Estate and a Factory.
- In the evening stroll through the city and stay overnight in Nuwara Eliya.
Peradeniya botanical garden established in 1821 is easily one of the best of its kind in the world. The many beautiful sections of the garden provide a burst of tropical color.
Nuwara Eliya is the land of peace, and silence. Nuwara Eliya was called the hill station by the English. This is a very picturesque location almost1950 Meters above sea level with its soft cool English spring climate. The town is decorated with buildings ranging in style from Georgian to Queen Anne. Parks, trout streams, 18 hole golf course, the old Anglican Church the Hill club of the British planters with its hunting photos.
- After early Breakfast leave for Horton Plains and Bakers Falls
- On your return from worlds end See the Bakers Fall. Return to Nuwara Eliya Spend rest of the day in leisure
Horton plain is a hauntingly desolate plateau set at an elevation of over 2000 meters from the sea level. A world apart from rest of Sri Lanka. The plains offer excellent trekking including a circular 9 Km walk to the Worlds end, where the hill plunges dramatically for near 1000 m offering marvelous views of to the South. A dawn start is advisable as the clouds roll in by mid morning. You could see Herds of Sambar deer, beautiful lizards and many endemic bird species enhance the Horton Plains experience and there is always the hope of a glimpse of a leopard.
- Leave for Uda Walawe visiting Ella and Ravana Falls on the way.
- Go on a safari in the Uda Walawe Park.
- Stay overnight in Uda walawe National Park
Uda Walawe National Park is famous for Herds of Elephants. Ella the small town has a long history involving Rama and Ravana of the Indian epic Ramayana. It was in Ella where King Ravana held Queen Sita imprisoned until she was rescued by Prince Rama. Every water fall, rock, stream is named after Sita and Ravana. Ella surpasses all other places in sheer spectacular scenic beauty
- Leave for Yala National Sanctuary. This is the Most popular Wild life sanctuary among the visitors who come to the country.
- Go on a. Safari in Yala Wild life sanctuary in the afternoon. See the large herds of Elephants, Spotted deer, Sambur, Barking deer, Monkey, Wild Boer, wild buffalo. Sloth bear, and wide varieties of bird species endemic and migratory. Witness the majestic Peacock performing its mating dance with the colorful plumes spread
- Spend the Night in Yala National Park.
- Leave for Galle
- Visit the historic Galle fort which is a world heritage site.
- Stay overnight in Galle/ Unawatuna.
The Galle city boasts of a recorded history dating back to 545 AD. .The famous Arab Navigator Ibn Batuta landed in the Galle port and Galle became famous with the Spice traders fro Arab. The Portuguese occupied Galle in 1505 Galle city Until the Dutch took it over in 1640. Finally the British turned the Galle fort in to a administrative center in 1796. Wander through the old buildings of the fort with a history dating back to 1587 when the Portuguese took Galle from the Sinhalese kings.
- Leave for Wadduwa/Beruwela along the beautiful coastal road, and relax in a Star Class Beach Resort.
- Visit a Turtle Hatchery on the way to Beruwela.
- Leave for airport for departure.
- Accommodations sharing twin
- Meals on half board basis (breakfast & dinner)
- Air-conditioned exclusive transport
- Entrance fees at locations specified in tour itinerary
- English speaking chauffeur-guide
- Meals and accommodation for chauffeur guide
- International airfare
- Lunch & beverages
- Expenses of a personal nature (Telephone calls, laundry etc,.)
- Personal travel and medical insurance
- Departure airport tax
- Any supplements hotels may add. Eg: December 31st night supplement, Perahera supplement etc.