Arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport and met by your Guide, Representatives and transfer to Negombo Beach Hotel. Rest the day at your leisure time.
Negombo is a characteristic fishing town north of Colombo, it is a more 6 Km from the international airport. Negombo is a gourmet’s paradise with sea food in plenty. Old world fishing craft like the outrigger canoe and the catamaran bring seer, skipjack, herring and mullet, pomfret & amber jack, while lobster & prawn are caught in the lagoon.
Overnight stay at Negombo.
Breakfast leave for Trincomalee. Visit the Cultural sites Sigiriya and then travel to visit the Koneswaram Temple.
The marvellous rock fortress of Sigiriya is a rare jewel among the many treasures in Sri Lanka. The site was the domain of King Kashyapa whose aim was to build an impregnable fortress and within it, a heavenly abode.
Rising over the dry plains of the Dambulla district, the tough climb up this flat-topped monadnock ends with the most scenic bird’s-eye view of the emerald plains and leafy villages below. The skeletal layout of the ancient city within the fortress marvels its observers with the grandeur and complexity of 5th century urban-planning of Sri Lanka.
Overnight stay in Trincomalee.
Breakfast leave for Trincomalee Visit heavenly coastal getaway of unspoilt, white, sandy beaches and crystal blue waters is located in the Northeast portion of the island.
A short drive outside the town circles would render its visitors speechless owing to breathtaking sights that behold them. Trincomalee’s most culturally important site is the Koneswaram temple – a vibrant religious complex located atop a rocky hill that opens out to gorgeous vistas of the sparkling blue ocean. The temple complex is also home to the Lover’s Leap (Swami Rock) a rocky pinnacle worshipped by passing fishermen.
Overnight stay in Trincomalee.
Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Kandy via Dambulla and Matale. En-route visits the Golden rock temple.
Golden Rock is a cave temple which dates back to the 1st Century .BC. Its rock ceiling is one large sweep of colorful frescoes which depict Buddhist mythology and the tales of the Buddha’s previous births. The caves house the largest collection of Buddha statues in one place.
The small building is designed like a Hindu temple with a mandapa, an entrance hall (originally roofed), a short passage to a bare cello, and an ambulatory round the holy center. There is no sign of Hindu gods, however, and the temple is said to have been used by Buddhists. This is one of the earliest buildings of stone constructed in Ceylon.
Then travel to Kandy visit the Matale spice garden.
Overnight stay in Kandy.
Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Kandy.
Visit most often referred to as the hill capital of Sri Lanka, Kandy offers a diverse variety of experiences to its visitors ranging from history, culture and simple scenic beauty coupled with a touch of urbanity.
It was the last Sinhalese Kingdom that fell under British rule in 1815. The journey to this mellow weathered city can be quite enjoyable, particularly by train owing to the scenic delights that lie alongside.
The city’s colonial architecture has been preserved well even in the backdrop of rapid urbanization. Close to the city’s center is the prime landmark – Sri Dalada Maligawa that houses the sacred tooth relic of Buddha. Apart from the ancient monuments of the Kandyan era, the delightful jumble of antique shops and the bustling market in the city also make up for interesting places of visit. View a cultural dance in evening.
Kandy, last seat of the Sinhala Kings, is a very popular destination for visitors from home and abroad.
Overnight stay at Kandy.
Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Haputhale. En-route visits a Tea factory,Tea plantation and Ramboda waterfall.
Sri Lanka being famous for its “Ceylon Tea” has added cheer to many the world over for more than a century. Arrive in Nuwara Eliya to be greeted by the fresh wintry atmosphere, the cottage type bungalows and the colonial air. (Nuwara Eliya is also known as “Little England”).
Overnight stay at Haputhale.
Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Tissa.
Next day you will travel to Yala. En-route visit Ella gap and Ravana waterfall. Check in the hotel, an evening you will go for a game drive to Yala, one of the island’s most popular wildlife parks where you could see all most all the animals which is found in Sri Lanka.
One of Sri Lanka’s premier eco tourism destinations lies 24km northeast of Tissamaharama and 290km from Colombo on the southeast coast of Sri Lanka, spanning a vast 97,878 hectares over the Southern and UVA Provinces.
The vegetation in the park comprises predominantly of semi-arid thorny scrub, interspersed with pockets of fairly dense secondary forest. Small patches of mangrove vegetation also occur along the coastal lagoons. The park is renowned for the variety of its Wildlife (most notably its many elephants) and its fine coastline (with associated coral reefs). It also boasts a large number of important cultural ruins, bearing testimony to earlier civilizations and indicating that much of the area used to be populated and well developed.
Overnight stay at Hotel at Tissa.
Breakfast at the hotel and leave for Colombo. En-route visits a Galle Dutch Fortress.
Colombo- the capital of Sri Lanka-is the largest city and main port of Sri Lanka. It is also the commercial and financial center of Sri Lanka. A bustling metropolis, the city is an attractive blend of old and new. It has the lazy charm of the bygone era combined with the verve and vivaciousness of a modern city.
Overnight stay hotel at Colombo.