Beach holiday to Sri Lanka 08 day/07 night.
Two people sharing 01dbl room on bed & breakfast basis in a three star property will cost per person around 875US $. Contact us to ask the price today.
THIS PACKAGE INCLUDE
All transport charges
Accommodation for 7 nights on BB basis
Fruits on the way
Galle city tour
THIS PACKAGE NOT INCLUDE
Excursions (all the excursions are optional)
Beach (Optional: Boat ride, River cruise, Ayurveda Center, Port Town of Galle, Yala or Udawalawa Wildlife Park
01 Day – Airport to Dikwalla
Arrival at Bandaranayke International Airport and welcome by a representative of Elephant travels Sri Lanka Travel Center. Transfer to a hotel in Dikwalla. En tour we give them to fruits (King-coconuts, Banana & Mangos).Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Dikwalla.
02 & 03 Day – At Dikwalla
Relax at the Beach. Optional: Boat rides River cruise, Ayurveda Centre. Dinner and overnight stay- at a hotel in Dikwalla.
04 Day – Dikwalla to Galle afterwards Dikwalla
After the breakfast we proceed to visit Weligama fishing Village and Galle fort. In this coastal town, the Dutch presence is still visible. Galle was an ancient port (said to be the legendary Tar shish of the Bible), and our first international commerce and trade centre. Today, Galle is the bustling provincial capital and administrative centre of the south. It is famous for its lovely Unawatuna Bay, where the sea is reef protected and therefore it is safe for swimming. The old Dutch ‘Star’ fort (a World Heritages Site) covering 36 hectares, the well-preserved Groote Kerk (Dutch Church), Dutch Government House, the New Oriental Hotel (1684) old bell tower and a tide-based Sewage-System, also introduced by the Dutch. In Galle they still make the Dutch ‘pillow-lace’ and do fine ebony carving and gem polishing. Return to Hotel in Dikwalla. Dinner and overnight stay- at Hotel in Dikwalla.
05 Day – Dikwalla to Udawalawe or Yala afterwards Hambantota
After breakfast we go to Hambantota or Katharagama. En route visit Yala national park or Udawalawe national park. Yala is approximately 1,259 sq. km in extent and is located in the southeastern corner of the island. Its northern boundaries border the Lahugala Elephant Sanctuary and it has the added bonus of scenic ocean frontage. The terrain is a varied course of flat plains altering with rocky outcrops. The vegetation ranges from open parklands to dense jungle. Water holes, small lakes, lagoons and streams provide water for the animals and birds. The specialty here is the large numbers of elephants. Uda Walawe: The Uda Walawe National Park is approximately 30,821 hectares in extent. This park lies within the Ratnapura and Monaragala Districts and acts as the catchment’s to the Uda Walawe Reservoir, and is located in the dry zone. It comprises grasslands, thorn scrubs and many valuable species of trees. Dinner and overnight stay- at a hotel in Hambantota or Katharagama.
06 Day – Hambantota / Dikwalla
Proceed to Dikwalla. En route visit Wavurukanna Temple. Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Dikwalla.
07 Day – Dikwalla
Relax at the Beach Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Dikwalla.
08 Day – Dikwalla/ Airport
After a breakfast in a hotel, driving to airport. (Rooms till 12h only)