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9D8N Discover The Charms Of Sri Lanka

Tour Package USD694

    Highlights

    Sigiriya
    Cultural Triangle, Demoiselles
    Polonnaruwa
    Habarana Tank, Minneriya, National Park
    Anuradhapura
    Cultural Triangle, Sri Maha Bodhi, Mihintale, Poson
    Colombo
    Colonial Buildings, Pettah Bazaar, Gangarama Temple, Cinnamon Gardens
    Kandy
    Dambulla Rock Temple, Temple of the Tooth, The Esala Perahera, Pinawela Elephant Orphanage, Botanical Gardens
    Nuwara Eliya
    Sinhalese Kingdom, Temple of the Tooth, Horton Plains, National Park, Kirigalpotta, Totapola, World’s End
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  • Shanti Travel

    Shanti Travel

    An original travel agency which creates tailor-made tours focusing on quality and off the beaten tracks journeys.

  • Day 1: : Arrive at Colombo International Airport - Negombo [about 30 minutes drive]
    Welcome to Sri Lanka ! You are greeted at the airport and head towards Colombo , the commercial capital of Sri Lanka. Depending on your arrival time, you can visit the Fort area and its beautiful Colonial Buildings , the vibrant Pettah Bazaar, Gangarama Temple, Cinnamon Gardens, and the upscale neighborhood with beautiful homes nestled in the parks. Accommodation at the hotel. In the late afternoon stroll on the Galle promenade besides the ocean where Sri Lankans flock in the evening at sunset!
    Day 2: Colombo - Sigiriya [4 -5H drive - 170km ]
    In the morning, you go towards the central north of the island to the famous Cultural Triangle . Accommodation at the hotel. In the afternoon, visit the fortress of Sigiriya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Get ready to climb a few flights of stairs to the top, where you can enjoy a stunning view of the sunken gardens and the surrounding countryside. The famous " Demoiselles " painted on the wall of the rock have lost none of their magnificence even if the mystery of their identity remains.
    Day 3: Sigiriya - Polonnaruwa - Minneriya - Sigiriya [2 -3H road , 120 km]
    Take the road to Polonnaruwa , stopping at Habarana Tank , surrounded by the forest and dug in the twelfth century to irrigate crops . You can visit Polonnaruwa wooded walk or travel by bike from the well-preserved remains of the former royal capital . In the afternoon , you can go on a safari in Minneriya National Park . Each year , the reserve is the scene of a large gathering of elephants in August and September , the time when huge herds can be seen on the lake .
    Day 4: Sigiriya - Anuradhapura - Sigiriya [about 4/5h drive - 210 km round trip]
    Head to the northern tip of the Cultural Triangle towards Anuradhapura listed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. On foot or by bicycle , find the remains that are all witnesses of the history of this ancient capital, ever bustling with activity and temples. Do not miss the Sri Maha Bodhi , a plant from the sacred 2500 year old tree under which in North India , Buddha became enlightened. Arm yourself with courage and climb the thousand steps that lead you to the top of the sacred hill of Mihintale. Enjoy a superb panorama. In the month of Poson, Buddhists make their pilgrimage to Anuradhapura and Mihintale during the full moon of June. This festival is celebrated with fervor. Pilgrims come from all over the island to the historical site of the introduction of Buddhism in Sri Lanka.
    Day 5: Sigiriya - Kandy (via Dambulla and Matale) [about 2/3h drive - 110km]
    Begin your descent to the heart of the island. Accompanied by monkeys just hanging out, visit the Dambulla Rock Temple with five caves containing an impressive collection of Buddha statues in the orange colored frescoes representing the key stages of his life. Continue to Matale where culture is king of spices. A visit to a garden is the perfect opportunity to uncover the secrets of aloe vera, cinnamon or vanilla. Arrive in the afternoon in Kandy. Accommodation at the hotel . Discover the sacred city of the Buddhists strolling around the lake, while walking through the market before the evening ceremony at the Temple of the Tooth. The faithful flock to collect, deposit offerings and light oil lamps.The Esala Perahera is an annual Buddhist festival of ten days that occurs during the full moon of the Sinhalese month of Esala (August). An elephant procession takes place every evening for the duration of the event.
    Day 6: Kandy and surrounding areas
    Morning transfer to Peradeniya Railway Station and travel by train to Rambukkana (subject to availability) then by car to the Pinawela Elephant Orphanage. In the afternoon, visit the beautiful Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya. Then the end of day is left free for you to explore Kandy.
    Day 7: Kandy - Nuwara Eliya [about 2/3h drive - 120km]
    Visit Kandy, the last capital of the Sinhalese Kingdom. Walk and stroll through the bustling market and explore the rest of the city. By the lake which the city is built around you will see the Temple of the Tooth, which contains the most important Buddhist relic of the country, a tooth of Lord Buddha. Then in the evening, head south to reach the highest town in Sri Lanka, Nuwara Eliya. Check in and overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 8: Nuwara Eliya - Horton Plains - Nuwara Eliya [about 2h drive - 70km round trip]
    Excursion to Horton Plains National Park, which houses the two tallest peaks in the country, the Kirigalpotta (2 395m) and Totapola (2 359m). Then you go to World’s End an enormous plateau which plunges 880m and offers the most spectacular of views. Back in the afternoon to Nuwara Eliya. Visit the city’s many gardens and the Temple of Hakgala Seetha Amman. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 9: Nuwara Eliya - Negombo [about 5h drive - 220km]
    Travel by road to Negombo. Relax at the hotel, then airport transfer. End of our services.
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11D10N Experience Sri Lanka In All Its Glory

Tour Package USD990

    Highlights

    Sigiriya
    Sigiriya Rock
    Polonnaruwa
    Buddhist Stone Wall Art, Demoiselles
    Anuradhapura
    Ancient Royal City, Dagobas, Royal Palaces, Mihintale
    Galle
    World Heritage Dutch Fort
    Kandy
    Caves, Paintings of Buddha, Spice Gardens, Pinawela Elephant Orphanage, Botanical Gardens
    Nuwara Eliya
    Sinhalese Kingdom, Temple of the Tooth, Tooth, Lord Buddha, Horton Plains, National Park, Kirigalpotta, Totapola, World’s End, Temple of Hakgala Seetha Amman, Uda Walawe, National Park, Fauna, Flora
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  • Shanti Travel

    Shanti Travel

    An original travel agency which creates tailor-made tours focusing on quality and off the beaten tracks journeys.

  • Day 1: Arrive at Colombo International Airport - Negombo [about 30 minutes drive]
    Check in and overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 2: Negombo - Sigiriya [about 3/4h drive - 160km]
    You go to the centre of the island to visit Sigiriya Rock. Check into your hotel, and then visit the village that surrounds Sigiriya. Back to the hotel and overnight stay.
    Day 3: Sigiriya - Polonnaruwa - Sigiriya [about 3h drive round trip - 180km]
    Climb the ancient fortress of Sigiriya, with magnificent views over the surrounding area (there is the possibility of renting bikes to travel around the surrounding countryside). It is also famous for its frescoes (Buddhist Stone Wall Art), such as the frescoes of the Demoiselles, beautiful depictions of goddesses and princesses. Then visit Polonnaruwa (30min drive). Back to Hotel Sigiriya and overnight stay.
    Day 4: Sigiriya - Anuradhapura - Sigiriya [about 4/5h drive round trip - 210 km]
    You go north towards Anuradhapura, the Ancient Royal City. Discover on foot the temples and Dagobas of the Royal Palaces. Next you visit the nearby village of Mihintale considered the starting point of Buddhism on the island. Back to Hotel Sigiriya and overnight stay.
    Day 5: Sigiriya - Kandy (via Dambulla and Matale) [about 2/3h drive - 110km]
    Going south. En route you stop at Dambulla to visit the famous Caves and admire the Paintings of Buddha, dating from the eighteenth century. Continue to Matale, where you will see the Spice Gardens. Proceed to Kandy, where you arrive in the evening. Check in and overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 6: Kandy and surrounding areas
    In the morning, transfer to Peradeniya train station and catch a train to Rambukkana (subject to availability), then by road to the Pinawela Elephant Orphanage. In the afternoon, visit the beautiful Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya. The end of day is left free for you to roam around Kandy.
    Day 7: Kandy - Nuwara Eliya [about 2/3h drive - 120km]
    Visit Kandy, the last capital of the Sinhalese Kingdom. Walk and stroll through the bustling market and explore the rest of the city. By the lake which the city is built around you will see the Temple of the Tooth, which contains the most important Buddhist relic of the country, a Tooth of Lord Buddha. Then in the evening, head south to reach the highest town in Sri Lanka, Nuwara Eliya. Check in and overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 8: Nuwara Eliya - Horton Plains - Nuwara Eliya [about 2h drive round trip - 70km]
    Excursion to Horton Plains National Park, which houses the two tallest peaks in the country, the Kirigalpotta (2 395m) and Totapola (2 359m). Then you go to World’s End an enormous plateau which plunges 880m and offers the most spectacular of views. Back in the afternoon to Nuwara Eliya. Visit the city’s many gardens and the Temple of Hakgala Seetha Amman. Overnight stay at hotel.
    Day 9: Nuwara Eliya - Uda Walawe National Park [about 2/3h drive - 130km]
    Early morning visit to a tea plantation near Nuwara Eliya for a tasting session. Proceed south, arriving at Uda Walawe National Park, one of the most beautiful in Sri Lanka and similar to an African safari. Safari in the afternoon to view the Fauna and Flora. Check in and overnight stay at the hotel or camp.
    Day 10: Uda Walawe National Park - Galle [about 3h drive - 140km]
    Road trip to the southern capital of Galle. The World Heritage Dutch Fort looms large. Inside Dutch colonial architecture stands side by side with energetic Muslim life and buildings. Superb restaurants, museums and galleries are everywhere.
    Day 11: Galle - Negombo [about 4/5h drive - 200km]
    Road trip to Negombo. Train travel, which is quicker, is optional. Relax at the hotel then airport transfer. End of our services.
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