First of all, we will warmly welcome you at Bandaranaike International Airport and transfer to Negombo safely. You already safe with our professional services and hospitality.
Negombo is a city on the west coast of Sri Lanka, north of the capital, Colombo. Near the waterfront, The wide sandy beaches and the safe sea are the main attractions of Negombo and it is perfectly located within 7 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake, Sri Lanka. Attractions in the city are the old Dutch fort gate built in 1672 now a part of the prison.
The Dutch Canal there was then a supply route to the Dutch administration, huge fish market, old churches and fishing villages.
Overnight stay in Negambo.
Breakfast at the hotel proceed to Dambulla. En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world. Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is a wild Asian elephant orphanage, nursery and slave breeding site located in the village of Pinnawala. Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is one of the most popular and accessible places where a large number of elephants can be seen in a natural habitat.
Next you visit Golden Temple at Dambulla. Dambulla cave temples are cut out of an enormous granite outcrop that rises more than 160m above the surrounding countryside and offers majestic views across the plains of the dry zone as far as Sigiriya, over 20km distant.
Overnight stay in Dambulla / Sigiriya.
Breakfast at the hotel you climb Sigiriya Fortress. The Sigiriya rock fortress was built by King Kashyapa in the 5th century. It has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In addition to its enormous size, Sigiriyas surprise is said to be in its advanced irrigation systems. Engineers around the world are still confused about the advanced technology in such ancient times. The castle is further strengthened by its beautiful water gardens, the frescoes of Sigiriya Damsels, the graffiti mirror wall, and the giant feet of a lion carved into the rock near the ascent.
Next you proceed to Polonnaruwa - Polonnaruwa is the second largest city in North Central Province, but it is known as one of the cleanest and more beautiful cities in the country, which is full of green environment, amazing historical constructions, Lakes such as Lord Buddha figures at Gal Vihara, Polonnaruwa Watadage, Minneriya National Park, Nissanka Latha Mandapaya, Hatadage, Parakrama Samudraya, Galpotha Stone Book, The Dagaba Kiri Vihara, The Royal Palace, The Shiva Devale No. 2, Audience Hall, The Sacred Quadrangle, Pabalu Vehera, Buddha statue at Lankatilaka, Polonnaruwa Tank, etc.
Overnight stay at the same place in Dambulla / Sigiriya.
Breakfasts at the hotel you proceed to Anuradhapura & visit Ancient city of Anuradhapura.
Anuradhapura was the first capital of Sri Lanka founded in the 4th Century AD and it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It is very famous among Buddhists pilgrims. Anuradhapura was earlier the capital of the Island (in ancient times) and most of the Kings who ruled Sri Lanka resided in this vast city. While you are here, be sure to marvel at the sight of the three main dagobas, which were among the largest structures ever built in the ancient world. The city is now named as a world heritage site by UNESCO. According to facts, this city has been started by the ancient minister called “Anuradha” over two thousand years ago. Also, this city based on agriculture for that reason in near Anuradhapura found many reservoirs that specially made for irrigation and agriculture purpose. Anuradhapura located in a dry zone and needed to develop the irrigation process. With this found over two thousand well-furnished irrigation system in Anuradhapura. There are many ancient ruins locates in here. Also, it is one of the holy city of Sri Lanka. Many ancient pagodas, Lord Buddha Statues, Irrigation ponds and many more located in here. Not even that Ruwanwali, Jethawana, Mirisawatiya, Thuparamaya are some of the well-known pagodas in Anuradhapura and kept Lord Buddha Relics. Anuradhapura is a city for observing great civilization over two thousand years. Many stone carving things still remaining in a good condition. Everything has been made with stones. Hospital, Buddhist Monasteries also found in here. Not even that recorded world oldest tree found in Anuradhapura. It is the sacred Boo tree that Lord Buddha sat on enlightenment. A great place to explore more and more things with great variety.
Overnight stay in Anuradhapura.
Breakfast at the hotel you visit Mihintale. Mihintale is a hill station near Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is believed to be the site of a meeting between King Mahinda and Devanampiyatissa, a Buddhist monk who initiated Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is now a pilgrimage site, with religious monuments and several abandoned structures.
Next you driven to Aukana Buddha’s statue - The Buddha statue at Avukana also known as Avukana Pilimaya, is a remarkable rock carving of a standing Buddha. Located in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka, near Kekirawa, Aukana, Colombo. Located at a distance of 175 km, the statue is a masterpiece of artistic and creative talent. Aukana was built during the reign of King Dhatusena in the 5th century. The 40 feet high Awukana is the tallest of ancient Buddha statues.
Next you visit Ritigala - The Ritigala mountain range is the highest mountain in northern Sri Lanka and is surrounded by many mysteries and folklore. One of the more popular beliefs is that Lord Hanuman accidentally dropped a chunk of medicinal herbs he was carrying back from the Himalayan Mountain to Sri Lanka to help Lord brother of Rama, Prince Lakshman, who was wounded during a battle. This story accounts for the pocket of vegetation of healing herbs and plants at the strange mini-plateau at the summit of Ritigala, distinct from the dry-zone flora of the lower slopes and surrounding plains.
“Enjoy the Elephant riding at Habarana”.
Overnight stay in Habarana.
Next day you proceed to Kandy. En route visit Herbal Garden at Matale. You will get the chance of seeing how spices & herbs like Turmeric/ Pepper cones/ Cloves/ Cardamom/ Nutmeg/ Vanilla/ Cinnamon/ Cocoa/ Aloe Vera ect..
Next you visit Sri Muththumari Amman Hindu temple - It is one of the biggest Hindu temples in the island. One of the most visually dominant features of this temple is its 32.9 m (108 ft) high.
Your next visiting place is Nalanda Gedige - Nalanda Gedige is an ancient complete stone shrine near Matale, Sri Lanka. Nalanda Gedige is designed like a Hindu temple with a mandapa, an entrance hall, a short passage, and an ambulatory round the holy center. There is no sign of Hindu Gods today, and the temple is said to have been used by Buddhists.
Overnight stay in Kandy.
After having delicious breakfast, start Journey to Kandy the last kingdom of Sri Lanaka. In first we plan to visit world heritage, Temple Of The Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Malaigawa). It is situated in the royal palace complex which houses the Relic of the tooth of Buddha. Sri Dalada Maligawa is the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha is one of the holiest shrines in the entire Buddhist world.
After that we off to Peradeniya Botanical Garden also known as Royal Botanical Garden. The gardens are set in a loop in the Mahaweli River on about 150 acres of land. This garden is full of Lovely Orchid house, Royal Palm Avenue, Suspension Bridge, Sri Lankan shaped pond, The Great lawn, the rows of trees planted by visiting dignatories over the years, the fruit bats & the macaque monkeys and many more.
Next you visit Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue. It is situated on a hill just 2 km from the Temple of the Tooth Relic. The Bahirawakanda Vihara Buddha Statue displays Lord Buddha seated in the Nirvana pose and can be viewed from the entire city of Kandy. The best time to climb up the hill for spectacular views of the Kandy city is at night when the entire city is lit up with lights.
Enjoy the Kandy Cultural Shows, in the evening.
Overnight stay at the same place in Kandy.
Breakfast at the hotel you proceed to Nuwara Eliya. En route visit Ramboda falls - There are many places to have a great bath on the way to reach to the fall. The falls are huge and offer a spectacular view. There is a view point just next to the falls which offers a stunning view.
You visit Tea plantations & Fabricating, Situated at around 2000m above sea level and surrounded by lush tea plantations. It’s great opportunity to taste, Sri Lankan’s No.01 tea cup from the Tea Factory. After that we visit to Tea plantations and Fabricating in Nuwara Eliya.
Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya.
Next day you visit Horton Plains. The Horton Plains National Park is one of the most beautiful and well reserved national park in Sri Lanka. St. Clair waterfalls located at St. Clair estate of Thalawakele. You could see this beautiful waterfall even if you are travelling by a vehicle. This waterfall is sounded by full of green nature, grassland and trees and tea estate.
Next enjoy with most stunning train journey in Sri Lanka from Nanu Oya to Ella. Driver will pick up you at Ella.
Overnight stay at Ella.
Day ten will start with breakfast in the hotel and after that we proceed to Thissamaharama. En route we plan to visit to the Ella. Ella is one of the most famous places in the Ceylon. It’s well-known for many reasons; but mainly, the natural paradise around the location and tourist town there that becomes party central once dusk falls. Our first stop was the famous Demadora Nine Arch Bridge. The bridge was built without any steel bars and is a true engineering feat as well as being a spectacular structure. Then we will off on a short hike to Little Adam’s Peak, which looks out over the dramatic mountain range and Adam’s Peak. And also we will plan to visit Ravana Fall. A quick 10-minute drive from town is the Ravana Fall. It is located next to the main road so you can easily take a dip. If you are up to a bigger challenge, hike to the top of Ella Rock.
Our final destination is the day is “Buduruwagala Temple” which is an ancient buddhist temple in Sri Lanka. In this temple there is a rock carvings with the central image of Buddha. Incredibly spiritual and peaceful surrounded by jungle where apparently there are more ancient sites but are not accessible.
Overnight stay in Thissamaharamaya.
Next day you leave to Yala national park. which is is a huge area of forest, grassland and lagoons bordering in southeast Sri Lanka. It’s home to wild animals such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species etc. In this visit we will hope to take a safari tour at Yala. You may can seen We saw crocs a plenty, elephants, water buffaloes, deers, mongoose, lizards, wild boar, monkeys and a huge variety of bird life - from 3 varieties of tiny bee eaters to waders, hornbills, eagles, owls and peacocks and all a very fulfilling experience.
After that we off to Ruhunu Maha Kataragama Dewalaya, which is temple complex in Kataragama. This historical place is the main shrine dedicated to the tho god “Kataragama” also venerated by Hindus as “Murugan or Skanda”. This temple attracts Buddhist as well as Hindu pilgrims from all over Sri Lanka and from as far as South India.
Overnight stay at the same place in Tissamahara.
Now that you are at the end of your journey with us. We will comfortably take you to the international airport well in advanced for your departure flight.
En Route we plan to visit Mirissa, Unawatuna or Bentota beach, Tangalle beach, Waurukannala Temple, Dondra Light house, Stilt fishermen, Turtle & hatchery farms.
Relax and enjoy at the beach yourself until you leave from this” Paradise”.