Sri Lanka special tour

Sri Lanka special tour

Best tour package in Sri Lanka 10 Days / 09 Nights. Contact us to ask the price today.

DAY 01

Welcome clients at the Airport and transfer to Airport to Pinnawala. Visit Elephant Orphanage. The Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage, established in 1975, commenced with seven orphans. Today some of these orphans enjoy the fortune of seeing their grandchildren born in the same location. The original objective of establishing the orphanage inclined more towards tourism, but is soon became a conservational and educational centre. With the help of local and foreign elephant experts, Pinnawela started a scientific captive-breeding programme for elephants. The free movement of the herd enhanced the chances for respective individuals of both sexes to get together and sex. The nearby river played a dominant role in this regard, and in 1984, the first baby of Pinnawala was born. The success story of Pinnawala has drawn the attention of scientists from all over the world. A considerable number of books and research articles on Pinnawala have been published in several languages. The members of the Pinnawala herd have been filmed, videoed and photographed thousands of times by professionals.
Thereafter we transfer to Dambulla. Visit Dambulla rock temple. Dambulla rock temple was built by king Walagambahu in the 1st century B.C. and it is a World Heritage Site. It is the most impressive Sri Lanka’s cave temple. The complex of five caves over 2000 sq. metres of painted walls and 7ceilings is the largest area of paintings found in the world. It contains over 150 images of the Buddha of which the largest is the colossal figure of the Buddha carved out of rock and spanning 14 metres.
Dinner and overnight stay at Amaya Lake.

DAY 02

After breakfast we transfer you to Anuradhapura. Visit Anuradhapura. It was the first capital and undoubtedly the grandest city of the ancient Ceylon. It is the home of two World Heritage Sites. Many places of historical and archaeological interest can be visited. Sri Maha Bodhi (Sacred Bo-Tree) was brought as a sapling of the tree under which Prince Siddhartha attained to enlightenment and it is over 2200 years old and it is the oldest historically documented tree in the world. The Brazen Palace (2nd century B.C), the 1600 stone columns you see are magnificent multi-storied residence for monks. Ruwanweliseya (2nd century B.C) is the most famous of all the Dagobas. It originally depicted the perfect ‘bubble shape” that modern restoration has not been able to accurately reproduce. ‘Samadhi’ Buddha statue (the 4th century AD) is one of the most famous statues, depicting the Buddha in a state of ‘Samadhi’ or deep meditation. Isurumuniya rock temple (the 3rd century B.C) is well known for its rock carvings.
Next we transfer from Anuradhapura to Dambulla.
Dinner and overnight stay at Amaya Lake.

DAY 03

After breakfast we proceed to Polonnaruwa. Visit Polonnaruwa, which was the 2nd capital city of Sri Lanka built in the 11th and 12th centuries AD, and which is a world heritage site. Here you can see the ruins of the Royal Palace, the Gal Viharaya where 4 splendid statues of the Buddha in ‘Upright’, ‘Sedentary’ and ‘Recumbent’ postures carved out of rock could be seen, the Audience Hall, the Lotus Bath, the statue of king Parakramabahu, and the Parakrama Samudraya – a lake built by King Parakramabahu the great. There are also monuments of famous places of worship such as the Shiva Temple, the Lankathilake, the Watadage, the Galpotha, the Kiri Vehera and the remains of a former Temple of the Tooth Relic.
Then we transfer from Polonnaruwa to Minneriya.
Do a safari of the Minneriya National Park by a jeep. The extent of the Minneriya National Park is about 8,889 hectares. There are wet-lands in this National Park, which have international importance, animal and plant species, which are plenty in dry zone can be found in this park. Wild elephants, various amphibians, local and immigrant bird species are plenty in this park. About 160 species of birds, 09 amphibians, 25 reptile species, 26 fish species and more than 78 butterfly species have been found in this area. There are bamboo trees which are rare in other parks and wild elephants can be seen conveniently. The significant feature is that these elephants can be seen by going closer to them.
Then, we transfer from Minneriya to Dambulla
Dinner and overnight stay at Amaya Lake.

DAY 04

After breakfast we transfer to Sigiriya. Climb the 5th century Sigiriya rock fortress which is a world heritage site, built by King Kashyapa (477-495 AD). The ‘Lion Rock’ is a citadel of unusual beauty rising 200 metres from the scrub jungle. The rock was the innermost stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. A moat, rampart, and extensive gardens including the renowned water gardens ring the base of the rock. Visit the world-renowned frescoes of the ‘Heavenly Maidens’ of Sigiriya, which are in a sheltered pocket of the rock approached by a spiral stairway. These frescoes are painted in earth pigments on plaster.
Thereafter we proceed to Kandy. En-route visit a spice garden in Matale to see different spices for which Sri Lanka is famous for. Here, clients could see different spices and how some of these spices are grown and processed. Witness a Cookery demonstration.
Dinner and overnight stay at Amaya Hills.

DAY 05

After breakfast we visit Kandy city. Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings and it is a World Heritage Site. The name “Kandy” conjures visions of splendour and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive. Drive around the Kandy lake built by the last Sinhala king, Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe in 1798. Visit the Kandy town and bazaar, the arts and crafts centre, a gem museum and a lapidary. Also visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic in Kandy. Thereafter be a witness of the cultural show.
In the evening we visit Peradeniya. Peradeniya botanical garden was first built as a pleasure garden by a Sinhala king and was expanded by the British. It is 147 acres in extent and provides an amazing variety of trees, plants and flowers.
Dinner and overnight stay at Amaya Hills.

DAY 06

After breakfast we proceed to Nuwara-Eliya. En-route visit a tea plantation and a tea factory, where the best tea in the world is produced. Here you could observe all about the process of manufacturing tea. You can also see how tea is graded. Taste a cup of pure Ceylon tea in the factory.
In the evening we visit Nuwara Eliya. Nuwara Eliya, because of its invigorating mountain climate and scenery, is Sri Lankas most popular hill resort. Nuwara Eliya is also the heart of Sri Lankas tea country producing a significant share of the world’s best tea. Sri Lanka’s highest mountain Pidurutalagala (8282 feet) is located here. Nuwara Eliya also has one of the finest 18 hole golf courses in South Asia.
Thereafter we transfer from Nuwara Eliya to Kandapola.
Dinner and overnight stay at Tea Factory Hotel.

DAY 07

After breakfast, we proceed to Kataragama.
Dinner and overnight stay at Mandara Rosen Hotel in the evening.

DAY 08

After breakfast we go a safari to the Yala National Park by a jeep. Yala is the largest National Park in Sri Lanka which is the home for wild elephants, wild boars, wild buffaloes, leopards, bears, deers and crocodiles. Large flocks of migratory and indigenous birds are also found here.
Thereafter transfer to Galle. Visit Galle city. Galle was the chief port of Ceylon. It is still well known for hand-made lace. You can also visit the Galle Fort (spanning 90 acres) which was originally built by the Portuguese and later extended by the Dutch in 1663. This is a World Heritage Site.
Thereafter we go to Balapitiya and proceed by boats on which you will be taken for about three hours. Here you could see the villagers taking part in their day to day activities and some Islands. Clients will be served with a bottle of soft drink on board.
Afterthat we transfer from Balapitiya to Kalutara
Dinner and overnight stay at Kani Lanka Resort.

DAY 09

After breakfast we transfer to Colombo and enjoy a city tour in Colombo. Just like many capital cities in developing countries Colombo is changing its face fast. Almost overnight, skyscrapers arise from where old buildings once stood. Yet in some parts, the old world charm is retained. For example, there are a 100-year-old clock tower and several British built colonial buildings. Other places of interest are the Pettah bazaar – where one can shop by bargaining, a Hindu and a Buddhist temple, residential areas where you find the stately homes of the affluent, the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH)- an outright gift to Sri Lanka from the People’s Republic of China.
Dinner and overnight stay at Trans Asia Hotel.

DAY 10

After breakfast transfer from Colombo to Airport.