AIRPORT-COLOMBO-HABRANA -HABARANA-KANDY-NUWARA ELIYA-ELLA-UDAWALAWE-YALA-BENTOTA - AIR PORT

Tour Day- 01

  • A pleasant welcome to the Island of Sri Lanka through the Bandaranaike International Airport.
  • Transfer to Colombo 30km 30minutes via express way
  • Check into hotel.
  • Overnight at Colombo (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day- 02

  • City tour in Colombo
  • Colombo is the commercial capital and the largest city of Srilanka. Like many capital cities in developing countries Colombo is fast changing its face. The population of Colombo is 0.75million. It is the financial centre of the island and a popular tourist destination. It’s located on the west coast of the island. Mixture of Modern life and colonial buildings & ruins can be observed.
  • Check into the hotel
  • Overnight at Colombo (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 03

  • After Breakfast Proceed to Cultural triangle Habarana 180km 3.30hrs
  • Evening Jeep Safari at Minneriya National Park/Kaudulla National Park (Depend on the Elephants Gatherings)
  • Overnight at Habarana (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 04

  • Visit Sigiriya Rock Fortress
    • This is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Srilanka which is a major attraction within the country
    • Sigiriya is a unique combination of fifth century urban planning, landscaping, Hydraulic management, engineering, architecture, painting, sculpture and poetry.
  • In the evening do a city tour in Polonnaruwa (optional)
    • Polonnaruwa was the 2nd Capital of Srilanka, the sightseeing include
    • The Museum of Polonnaruwa
    • Kings Palace, Council chamber, Royal Bath
    • Shiva Devalaya (Hindu Temple)
    • Atadage, Vatadage, Hetadage (the tooth relic temples of Polonnaruwa
    • Galviharaya (Northern Monastery
    • Kiri vehera
  • Overnight at Habarana (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 05

  • After the Breakfast and leave to Kandy. 95km 2.20hrs
    • En route visit Dambulla Rock Cave Temple. Dambulla Rock cave Temple is a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE in Srilanka. The history of the temple dates back to 3rd Century BC. In the 1st century BC major five caves had been converted to beautiful interior carved temple. The caves consist of Buddha statues, statues of gods, statues of kings and as well as Bodhisatwa. And the temple features 20000 of square feet of ceiling paintings which is the largest south Asia.
  • Afterwards visit a Spice garden in Matale.
    • Spices are main elements of the cuisines and medicines of Srilanka. they taking us through their gardens and explains the health values of each plants. Cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, vanilla, cardamom black pepper, to name a few. Also can buy the products in their natural state or form of oils or in another form. Srilanka was famous for the spices since ancient period, especially cinnamon. Even now Srilanka is the no 1 Exporter of the True cinnamon to the world market.
  • Overnight at Kandy (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 06

  • Tooth Relic Temple
  • Peradeniya Botanical Garden in Kandy
  • Visit kandyan Cultural Dance show in the evening (optional)
  • Overnight at Kandy (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 07

  • After breakfast leave to Nuwara Eliya 77km 2.30hrs
    • Via Ramboda where you could view the famous RAMBODS FALLS. Then visit to a Tea Plantation & Factory. Here you can get the experience of how to is being made and can enjoy the pure cup of Ceylon Tea
  • Check into Hotel
  • Overnight at Nuwara Eliya (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)
    • Nuwara Eliya is a famous city located in Central Highlands with elevation of 1900 Meters from the Sea level. The marvelous atmosphere, surrounded by tea plantations, waterfalls and breath taking views from the high elevation attracts local tourists and as well as tourists around the globe. Due to its high elevation Nuwara Eliya has subtropical highland climate, with a mean annual temperature of 16C. The recorded low temperature is -2.6 in January and December.
    • During the British colonial period, this is where the colonial officers spend their time for recreational works.  If one’s visit Nuwara Eliya he can be observed British style Buildings.

Tour Day 08

  • Breakfast and Proceed to Nanu Oya Railway station
    • The train to Ella is the most famous stretch of train travel in Sri Lanka, and is nearly a tourist attraction in itself. The Train pass by mist forests, tea plantations, waterfalls, bridges, tunnel etc. it will be wonderful experience to have in Srilanka
    • The vehicle will drop you at Nanu Oya Station and pick you up at Ella railway station
  • Check into hotel
    • Overnight at Ella (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 09

  • Enjoy the leisure day at hotel
    • there are attractions in Ella, such as nine arch bridge, little Adams peak etc.
  • Overnight at Ella (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 10

  • After breakfast leave to Udawalawe 100km 2hrs
    • En route visit Ravana Waterfalls
  • Visit Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home.
    • Is a place of rehabilitate of wild Asian baby elephants, they come to feed the milk every 3 hrs. Once they reached maturity they sent back to the jungle.
  • Overnight at Udawalawe (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 11

  • Visit to Udawalawe National park by jeeps.
    • Udawalawe National park is located in Udawalawe town which is border of the wet zone and the dry zone. It was declared as a National Park in 1972. The park is surrounded by Mountain ranges, and the park area is consist of mixture of grasslands, Teak plantations, water holes and etc. the average annual rainfall is 1520mm. and Udawalawe reservoir is located inside the park are which was built in 1960s. the park itself famous for large herd of elephants and bird watching. There are other several species of Deer, Wild boar, Peacocks, Mongooses, crocodiles, Water monitors, land monitors, Samba Deer’s,  Bandicoots, foxes, torque macaques, Gray languor, fishing cats, jungle cats, wild buffalos, various bird and many more. So keep your cameras and binocular ready!!!
  • Thereafter leave to Tissamaharama. 66km 1.15hrs
    • Tissamaharama is located in the south-eastern of Srilanka. It was the capital of Sinhalese kingdom of Ruhuna in the 3rd century BC. The large artificial Tissa tank also was built at during that time. And also starting point to Yala National park
  • Overnight at Tissamaharama. (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 12

  • Morning or evening  Jeep Safari at Yala National Park
  • The Yala National Park is the 2nd largest and most known national park in Srilanka. The park is consisting of 5 blocks and mostly known for its highest density of leopards in the world. The park features moist monsoon forest, dry monsoon forest, marshy land, fresh water wetlands, maritime wetland, thorny forests, sand dunes etc. Srilankan leopards, sloth bears, Elephants, Crocodiles, mongooses, land monitors, peacocks, and monkeys are name of few.
  • Overnight at Tissamaharama. (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 13

  • After Breakfast leave to Bentota 205 km 4hrs
  • Check into the hotel
  • Overnight at Bentota (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 14

  • Day at leisure at the beach
  • Overnight at Bentota (Hotel to be decided according to the guest’s personal interest)

Tour Day 15

  • After checkout Proceed to Bandaranaike international airport.178km  2.45hrs