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Sri Lanka awaits you with wild pristine blissscenic thrills, and a festive heritage essence. Whether you’re on a thrilling safari adventure in Yala or enjoying a soothing yoga session amidst tea bushes in the cool countryside, there’s a special experience for every traveler. Dive in, and let your adventure unfold! 

Kandy - An exotic city, the Hill Capital and last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site encircled by hills, with a beautiful lake in its center and the Sacred Tooth Relic Temple next to Lake.
Kandy is an exciting place for shopping with souvenirs in wood, copper, silver, brass, Ebony and bronze, Ceramics, lacquer work, hand looms, batiks and world famous exceptional kinds of Gems and jewelries.

Nuwara Eliya is an intriguing colonial-style town set in the heart of the tea-country, which still bears a distinctly British stamp. Well-kept lawns, hedges, an Anglican church, Georgianstyle houses, and a well-celebrated golf course give this charming town an air of nostalgia.
Your trip to Nuwara Eliya will provide you with the perfect retreat, because it is situated 1,890 meters above sea level, the air is cool and fresh, making Nuwara Eliya a perfect place to unwind.

Bentota, a captivating coastal town in Sri Lanka, offers a delightful blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and marine wonders.

Colombo like many capital cities in developing countries is fast changing its own phase. Almost overnight, skyscrapers arise from where old buildings once stood. Yet in some parts, the old world charm is retained. You can be highly entertained by the blend of unique bazaar style pedestrian stalls, barrow boys, branded outlets and a number of dramatic and awe-inspiring religious monuments. Other place of interest is the Pettah bazaar - where you can shop for bargain


Day 1

Colombo Airport – Kandy (125 km`s – 03 hours 30 minutes’ drive)

Welcome on arrival at Colombo Airport by your representative, then travel to Kandy... the
last kingdom of early Sri Lanka. On the way to Kandy visit Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawala.
At Elephant Orphanage you can feed and bath elephants, or simply sit and watch at many
elephants relaxing in an idyllic and natural environment.
Reach Kandy by noon, settle in at your hotel and relax. By late afternoon around 05:00 pm
you may have the chance of visiting (if you wish) a Cultural dance show. (starts at 05:00 pm – for
one hour). On conclusion enjoy the City visits… later return to hotel.

Day 2

Kandy – Nuwara eliya (75 km`s – 02 hours’ 30 minutes’ drive)

After breakfast at hotel visit Tooth Relic Temple of Lord Buddha (UNESCO world heritage
site). The most viewed and historic place in Kandy. Later enjoy sightseeing visits in Kandy…
You can visit the City center, and some shopping visits if you prefer.
On conclusion travel to Nuwara eliya Mountain region. You may also visit the Royal
Botanical Garden in Peradeniya (optional). Later on the way, visit a Tea plantation and a Tea
Factory. Visit to a Tea factory to observe the progress of making Tea, completes your visit to
this Tea plantation region surrounded by the breathtaking and idyllic landscapes. You can
view the vibrant green fields of tea which symbolize the image of Sri Lanka. You will also get a chance to taste and purchase some of the world’s finest tea. You can also worship the “Sri
Bhaktha Hanuman Temple” at Ramboda.
Reach Nuwara eliya by late afternoon, check-in at hotel and relax. Later enjoy some City
visits by walk.

Day 3

Nuwara Eliya

If you wish you can visit beautiful Horton Plains (the largest rain forest in mountain region)
early morning… need to plan it as below… after early breakfast (around 6:00 am… or bit
later) (or with take-away breakfast) you will set off on a trek to Horton plains - a UNESCO
world heritage site, the drive is 1 hour 15 minutes from your hotel to the Horton plains rain
forest entrance, and then you will enjoy the trekking in this highland (for around 4 hours).
You will be able to visit the beautiful Bakers fall and the amazing world`s end as well.
Visit Nuwara eliya city area sightseeing’s, you can visit some historically valued Ramayana
Places nearby (such as Seetha Amman Temple).
Return to hotel by noon, and spend rest of the afternoon at leisure

Day 4

Nuwara eliya – Bentota (200 km`s – 5 hours’ drive)

After breakfast at hotel travel to Bentota, the famous south-west tourist village and beach.
On the way visit the famous water rafting village in Kithulgala.
Reach your hotel by afternoon, settle in and spend the evening at leisure.

Day 5

Bentota – Colombo

After breakfast at hotel travel to Balapitiya to enjoy a river cruise (for about 2 hours) visiting
few islands through the Madu Ganga Wetlands, one of the remaining tracts of pristine
mangrove forest in Sri Lanka. Sail past traditional fishermen’s, farms and small cottages and
visit a cinnamon farm before returning.
Kosgoda Is a small village located in the west coast of Sri Lanka. It is most popular for its sea
turtle hatcheries, operated by the Wildlife Protection Society of Sri Lanka. Here you will
feast your eyes upon the amazing site of many species of turtles, especially the endangered
hawksbill, laying their eggs along the beaches. The many hatcheries that are operated
locally provide a safe haven for these sea turtles. You may visit these hatcheries to have a
look at many huge tanks filled with new born turtles who, once grown, are released to the

On conclusion, continue your journey to Colombo... check-in at your hotel.
Enjoy the City visits by evening

Day 6

Colombo - Airport (35 km`s – 45 minutes’ drive)

Breakfast at hotel. Later depending on your return flight schedule, your driver will drop you
at Airport for the safe return journey home.

05 nights’ hotel accommodation, in good quality 4-star deluxe category hotels.
Room allotment – Air conditioned deluxe, sharing Double room’s.
Meal Plan - BB basis (Breakfast only) – starts from day 02,
Transportation by Air Conditioned Deluxe Car/Van, (Including Fuel),
Transportation service to all sightseeing places mentioned in Itinerary.
Service of an experienced English speaking Driver, (Including food & lodging),
Mineral water - (500 ml bottle) – per guest per day.
Meeting and Assistance at Colombo Airport on arrival & Departure.

Early check-in & late check-out rooms.
Any extra meals / beverages not mentioned above,
Sightseeing entry tickets fees to places mentioned in the Itinerary.
Visa & other charges (for Entry Visa, please visit www.eta.gov.lk)
Any other expenses of personal nature not mentioned above.
Camera, video permit, tips & portages.

Sightseeing tickets…. guests can buy at site depend on their wish of visiting places.
Entrance fees to sites – (US$ / Per adult)
Elephant Orphanage - 15/-
Lion Rock in Sigiriya - 30/-
Dambulla Cave temple - 07/-
Kandy Temple - 06/-
Royal Botanical Garden - 07/-
Cultural dance show - 07/-
Madu river cruise - 12/-
Turtle hatchery - 04/-

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Sri Lanka is accessible from major cities worldwide by air. Direct flights operate from the United States, Europe, and other Asian countries like Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and India. Airlines such as Emirates, Etihad, Qatar Airways, Jet Airways, and Air India serve Sri Lanka. If you prefer land travel, there’s a well-maintained road network connecting major cities and regions. You can also take a bus or train from India to Colombo, the capital city. Adventurous travelers can even sail to Sri Lanka on cruise ships that stop at west coast ports

Sri Lanka is a year-round destination with beautiful weather. The dry season from December to March is ideal for beachgoers and outdoor exploration. It’s also the peak tourist season, so expect higher prices and crowds. The monsoon season from April to October brings rain but fewer tourists and lower hotel prices

Yes, most travelers require a visa. You can apply online or get a visa on arrival. Check the Sri Lanka government’s official website for updated visa requirements

The currency is the Sri Lankan Rupee (LKR). ATMs are widely available, and credit cards are accepted in major establishments

Key attractions include the Galle Fort, Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Dambulla Cave Temples, Yala National Park, and the scenic Hill Country with tea plantations

Lightweight clothing, swimwear, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable shoes, and a hat. Don’t forget your camera for capturing the stunning landscapes

Nightlife options vary by city. Colombo offers bars, clubs, and live music. Beach towns have beachside bars and relaxed vibes