7 Days | 6 Nights
Duration : 7 Days | 6 Nights
Passengers : Maximum 5 passengers
Sigiriya also known as the Lion's Rock is a rock fortress and a palace located in the Matale district of Sri Lanka. This ruin is surrounded by gardens, ponds and other structures. Sigiriya was by King Kassapa and it is included as a World Heritage site. Sigiriya is the best preserved city centre in Asia. Sigiriya rock Fortress. Dambulla cave temple. Village Tour.
The last capital of the Sinhala kings, Kandy's Dinhala culture flourished here until the British occupation of 1815. Perhaps famously, it's the site of the Temple of the Tooth Relic, a famous pilgrimage site. And not surprisingly - it's here that Buddha's tooth is reported to be kept. Once a year a replica of the tooth is paraded through the streets on top of a brightly decorated elephant for Kandy festival, and accompanied by jubilant dancers, fire-breathers and jugglers. Temple of the tooth Herbal and Spice Garden, Gem Factory Sri Lanka Wood Carving Factory Silk & Bathik Factory Kandy Culture Dance Show
Little England" of Sri Lanka, this lovely city is up in the Hill Country. Staying here will give the newlyweds a feel of the colonial culture with lush green slopes, red brick houses and country house-like clubs. With many romantic views to offer, it is amongst the best honeymoon destinations in Sri Lanka for a romance filled start. Tea Plantation Factory. Ramboda water fall. Gregory Lake. Hanuman temple.
A sleepy little town nestled scenic valley in Sri Lanka's hill country, Ella is a peaceful retreat a world away from the country's bigger, bustling metropol- ises. Take a tour of the nearby Uva Halpewatte Tea Factory and plantations to learn about and sample Sri Lanka's most famous export, and make sure to explore the surrounding hillsides. A hike to the top of Ella Rock offers stunning, panoramic views of the countryside, while an hour's hike south takes to a beautiful waterfall, the Ravana Ella Falls. Nine Arch Bridge visit. Rawana Cave Temple.
The most famous National Park in Sri Lanka and the second largest. Located on the south coast with tumbling waves on one side and thick forests on the other side. With 130,000 hectares of land divided in to blocks, the land consists of scrub plains, jungles, rocky outcrops, fresh water lakes, rivers and beaches. Located on the south east coast its home to the greatest variety of wildlife. Famous for Leopard, sloth bear and elephants it's a must do for animal lovers. There is a choice of accommodation from tented camps to luxury private pool villas. Hotels are located on the outskirts of the Park and then you drive in to the Park morning and afternoon to find the beautiful animals Wild Life Safari Tour. Rawana water fall. Buduruwagala Temple.
Around an hour's drive east along the coast from Galle, Mirissa is a small town boasting a scenic, sandy stretch of beach fringed with palm trees and home to a succession of quaint guest houses and modest hotels. A buzzing nightlife scene has sprung amidst the town's growing tourism industry with many bars and restaurants situated right on the water's edge, offering gorgeous sunset views. For visitors who prefer their trips more nature-based, the waters off Mirissa are also a prime spot for whale and dolphin spotting. Whale watching. Sea Turtle hatchery visit. Galle old Dutch Fort.
Colombo City Tour Maadu river boat safari Departure