The Exotic Sri Lanka
Explore the spirit of Sri Lanka. Get a firm understanding of its Buddhist’s moorings. Come face to face with its magnificent wildlife. Roam around in its scenic tea plantations. Relax at tranquil beaches
|Categories:||Group Tours, Srilanka|
||Colombo | Dambulla | Kandy | NuwaraEliya | Yala | Galle | Colombo|
Arrive in Colombo where our representative will meet you and take you after a scenic drive to Dambulla will help you complete the check in formalities. Spend the rest of day relishing the ambience while soaking in the spirit of Sri Lanka.
Your base to explore the soul of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura Once the capital of the country for over 1000 years it is included in the coveted list of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your visit will take you to the ancient sites, which mark the twin towns of Anuradhapura and Mihintale.
The day begins with a visit to one of the most majestic outcrop, the location of the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. It also affords you an opportunity of take a hot air balloon to have the awe-inspiring view of the surroundings. Besides also go on an excursion to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa.
Visit the Dambulla Cave Temples on the way to Kandy, located centrally along hills and overlooks a scenic vista of sprawling tea plantation. Your sightseeing trip for the day will also take you to the Buddha’s relic at Temple of Tooth, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kandy, located centrally along hills and overlooks a scenic vista of sprawling tea plantation. Your sightseeing trip for the day will also take you to the Buddha’s relic at Temple of Tooth, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also get to enjoy the traditional dance of the city.
Kandy – NuwaraEliya
Board the train for an incredibly scenic journey of over 4 hours to Nanuoya and drive from there to NuwaraEliya. Later in the day visit a tea factory and see first hand how leaves are turned into tea, followed if you so desire by a stimulating brew.
NuwaraEliya renowned for its scenic beauty is a leisurely town best explored on foot; the highlight of the visit being a walking tour of the tea plantation. While you are there utilise your stay to enjoy nature’s bounties and fill your entire being with fresh air.
NuwaraEliya – Yala National Park
Head east for Yala National Park. A long but a memorable journey, it will take the best part of the day with stops in between. In the evening go for a jungle safari and discover the myriad charm of flora and fauna. Return to your hotel rejuvenated.
Yala National Park
Hop on a jeep for morning and afternoonjungle safari. You are likely to see spotted deer, wild boar and wild elephant in addition to a wide variety of birds. With an average of one Leopard per square kilometreYala has the highest density of leopards in Asia.
Yala to Galle
Get driven around the south coast towards Galle. You may see the iconic stilt fishermen plying their trade in the surf. Pass away the time lost in the world of paintings at the Art Gallery. Later try your hands a cooking at the home of a local family.
After an early morning visit to Mirissa spend the day roaming around the colonial heart of Galle. Located on the southern tip of Sri Lanka, Galle the most important seaport of the island since the time sea trade became an important factor. Spend the day the way you want to.
As you continue with your second day of stay at Galle make most of your time picking up the stories of the colonial times. If you so desire and the weather permit you can also take a leisurely boat ride and enjoy the coastal vista.
Galle is one very rejuvenating place. Explore its various joys and its soothing atmosphere to be one with yourself and your loved ones. It’s the day to renew your rendezvous with yourself as you go on a leisurely exploration of the place as well as your innermost self.
As you leave Galle for Colombo for your flight back home let your mind fathom what made Galle an important trading centre and as a staging post for European trading companies. It surely has been an amazing trip.
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