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Sri Lanka Holiday Cultural Tour – 07 Nights 08 Days Tour : $825 per person

Day 1 – Airport / Colombo

On Arrival at Colombo International Airport you will be welcomed by our Chauffer guide. Upon completion of arrival formalities leave for your chosen hotel in Colombo.

Check into the Hotel in Colombo (Kindly note that the normal check in time will be 12.00 hrs.)

Overnight stay at Colombo.

Meal – Breakfast will not be served on Day 01

Day 02 – Colombo – Pinnawala – Sigiriya – Dambulla

Breakfast at the Hotel.

After breakfast, leave for Sigiriya, and a stopover at Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

The town of Pinnawela near Kegalle, on the route to Kandy has become a vital stopover for most travellers who flock to visit the famed Elephant Orphanage. Begun in 1972, the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawela is a remarkable project created to protect abandoned or orphaned wild elephants who would not otherwise have survived in the wild. Relocated to the present size in 1975, today it has grown to become one of Sri Lanka’s key attractions. The elephants roam free within the sanctuary – and the highlight of their (and the visitors’) day is the feeding sessions and when they are led down to the river for a bath.

Visit to the Sigiriya Rock Fortress

Get ready to climb the 600 foot ‘Sigiriya Rock Fortress’ which King Kassapa selected to place his palace on. The landscaping surrounding the rock with several ponds along with the ancient engineering and hydraulic system used as far as the 5th century AD is one to marvel. The view from the top is simply breathtaking.

Back to the Hotel

Spend the day at leisure in the Hotel.

Overnight stay at Sigiriya / Dambulla.

Meal – Breakfast served at the hotel.

Day 03 – Sigiriya – Dambulla – Kandy

After Breakfast proceed to Kandy.

Before proceeding to Kandy visiting the Dambulla Rock Cave Temple.

The largest and the best-preserved cave monastery in the island, Dambulla is a sacred pilgrimage site for followers of Buddhism for no less than 22 centuries. A cave complex comprising five sanctuaries, they were already established as important monasteries as far back as the 3rd century BC. At first, the caves were a refuge for King Valagambahu in 1st century BC. Returning from exile to his throne at Anuradhapura, he turned the caves into a magnificent temple for the monks who sheltered him.

En route to Kandy visit to the Spice Garden in Matale will be 20 minutes Head massage for the clients who will be visiting the Spice Garden)

Proceed to Kandy.

The cultural epicenter and the hill capital of the island, Kandy is Sri Lanka’s second city and home to the Temple of the Tooth – the country’s most important religious shrine, and the traditional pageant the Esala Perahera. Although modernity and urban sprawl has changed the face of this once quaint hill station, it still carries a regal atmosphere with graceful Kandyan style architecture mingling with colonial buildings set around a tranquil lake surrounded by green hills. The kingdom of Kandy was the last stronghold of the Sinhalese, clinging to its sovereignty long after the island had fallen to the Portuguese and Dutch and the English, preserving its own unique customs and culture until the very last.

In the eve, take a walk through the Royal Botanical Garden, Peradeniya

Check into the Hotel.

Overnight stay at Kandy.

Meal – Breakfast served at the hotel

Day 04 – Kandy

After Breakfast, visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic.

After which you would visit the Gem Museum and Silk Factory in Kandy

Evening city tour including shopping in Kandy.

Overnight stay at Kandy.

Meal – Breakfast served in Hotel

Day 05 – Kandy – Peradeniya – Kandy

After Breakfast Proceed to Nuwara Eliya visiting the Tea Factory Plantation en route.

Hidden away high in the central mountains at an altitude of over 6000 feet, Nuwara Eliya is the resort capital of the hills – and a world away from the hot tropical beach atmosphere of the coast, not just in climate but in its character too. The British planters who flocked to the region to grow tea in the mid-19th century developed Nuwara Eliya as their summer retreat. Created as an exact replica of an English town it is often called ‘Little England’; and with its primarily colonial architecture, the stately Victoria Park, golf course, racing track, boating lake and grand period style hotels – and the cold, frequent showers of rain adding to the illusion, you could well be in an old English country town. This is the heart of the tea country, and is a good base for excursions to discover other attractions of the hills.

City tour in Nuwara Eliya.

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.

Meal – Breakfast served in the Hotel

Day 6 – Day 06 – Nuwara Eliya – Bentota

After Breakfast, leave for Bentota

Late evening check into the Beach Hotel.

Overnight stay at Bentota.

Meal – Breakfast served at the Hotel

Day 7 – Bentota – Galle – Hikkaduwa – Bentota

Breakfast at the Hotel.

Relax in the Beach OR following excursions are available

Visit the famous Dutch Fort in Galle as well as the National Maritime archeological museum.

The new hub of ‘cool’ and creative activity in Sri Lanka, the Southern capital of Galle is enjoying a great comeback. Galle and its outskirts have now become a favored hotspot for travelers looking for an all-round holiday. The main attraction of Galle is the 17C Dutch Fort, a UNESCO protected World Heritage site. Historically, Galle was a location of paramount importance due to its strategic location on the South coast as well as its natural harbor. The center of ancient trade in gems, pearls, spices and more Galle was the port of call for many seekers of tropical treasure. In 1505, the Portuguese fleet of Lorenzo de Almeida steered off course and landed there by accident – the rest is indeed history, as this marked the end of an era for the nation.

Optional Glass Bottom Boat Ride in Hikkaduwa. – Hikkaduwa Boat Ride USD 70 per boat. (Kindly note that 06 pax can accommodate a boat)

Boat Ride in Madu Ganga and Turtle Hatchery in Kosgoda.

Check into the Hotel in Bentota.

Evening spend the day at leisure by the Beach.

Overnight stay at Bentota.

Meal – Breakfast served at the Hotel

Day 8 – Bentota – Airport

DAY 08 – Bentota / Airport.

Breakfast at the Hotel and Spend the day at leisure in the Hotel.

Departure transfer to the airport. (Depending on the Departure Time)

Meal – Breakfast served at the Hotel

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    • Accommodation on Bed & Breakfast Basis starting with Dinner on Day 01 and ending with Breakfast on Day 08
    • Meal Plan – Bed & Breakfast (except Day 1 breakfast)
    • Arrival, departure transfers, and the tour as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned Car / Vehicle accompanied with a Spanish speaking licensed guide.
    • 500 ml Mineral Water bottle per person per day.
    • Entrance fees as – Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage, Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Dambulla Cave Temple, Temple of the Tooth, Royal Botanical Gardens,  Boat Ride to Madu River, Turtle Hatchery in Kosgoda.
    • 01 sim will be provided
    • Garlands on arrival
    • If the clients are on Honeymoon Honeymoon, courtesies will be provided.
    • Fair well gift with a Company Logo.
    • Passenger Insurance (Vehicle)
    • All currently applicable government taxes and service charges
    • Welcome drink and refreshing wipes in all hotels.
    • Shopping coupons in Colombo
    • Casino Coupons on request
    • Kandy cultural show.


    • Entrance Fees Cost mentioned as optional.
    • Compulsory Supplement for Christmas Eve Gala Dinner on 24th Dec and New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner on 31st Dec.
    • Lunch cost.
    • International airfare, airport tax or any kind of insurance cover other than what is stated.
    • Items of personal nature like drinks, laundry, telephone calls, tips, etc.
    • Any other meals than those mentioned in PRICE INCLUSIONS.
    • Any other Sites not mentioned in the itinerary.
    • Any other item not specifically mentioned above in ‘PRICE INCLUSIONS’.
    • Visa fees to Sri Lanka.


    • Hotel check in time: 14.00 hours and Hotel check out time: 11.00 hours.
    • ‘No Show’ will not be entitled to any refunds.
    • Acceptance of these ‘Terms and Conditions’ is a requirement of your booking.  Submission of a booking is your acknowledgement that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by these ‘Terms and Conditions’.

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