Our Company

Ceylon Excursions (Private) Limited is an In-Bound, Out-Bound and Domestic Tour Operation Company and Project Promoting Company based in SRI LANKA. We presently operate In-Bound Tours and Domestic Tours to all SRI LANKAN tourist destinations and Out-Bound Tours to famous, Attractive Global Tourist destinations.

Our target clientage is not limited to foreigners whom are visiting SRI LANKA but also the Sri Lankan Travelers that traveling beyond our seas and who love to travel within the utmost beautiful Island of the world called the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”; SRI LANKA.

Our Packages

       

 

We mainly promote our heritage, culture, nature, hidden attractions, beautiful destinations where a traveler could visit during his/her life time, native ayurvedic systems, spiritual relaxation places etc.

We could develop our relationships around all over the world through the path we are going to lay during very short period with our young, efficient and energetic staff and worldwide partner network .

 

Our Services

  • In-bound tour operations
  • Out-bound operations
  • Domestic tour operations
  • Cruise handling
  • Hotel and international tour reservations
  • Conference organizing
  • Nature & eco tours
  • Trekking
  • Camping

 

 

Ceylon Excurisions (Pvt) Ltd

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OUR COMPANY

 

Ceylon Excursions (Private) Limited is an In-Bound, Out-Bound and Domestic Tour Operation Company and Project Promoting Company based in SRI LANKA. We presently operate In-Bound Tours and Domestic Tours to all SRI LANKAN tourist destinations and Out-Bound Tours to famous, Attractive Global Tourist destinations.

Our target clientage is not limited to foreigners whom are visiting SRI LANKA but also the Sri Lankan Travelers that traveling beyond our seas and who love to travel within the utmost beautiful Island of the world called the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean”; SRI LANKA.

We mainly promote our heritage, culture, nature, hidden attractions, beautiful destinations where a traveler could visit during his/her life time, native ayurvedic systems, spiritual relaxation places etc.

We could develop our relationships around all over the world through the path we are going to lay during very short period with our young, efficient and energetic staff and worldwide partner network .

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

UDAYANA C. KIRINDIGODA (LL.B), Attorney-at-Law, Notary Public , Registered Company Sectretary & Foreign investment advisor, and a Tour Enthusiastic who had completed part of the professional qualifications in the field of tour operations in The Open University of Sri Lanka.

B.W RUWAN KUMARA WIJERATHNE, (B. A. in Travel & Tourism) with a leadership and managerial experiences. Also a National Tour Guide Lecturer having professional qualifications in the field of tour operations and hospitality management in Sri Lanka and oveseas.

STAFF

We are happy to announce that our young, competent and vigorous staff is a qualified in the sector and very much polite, helpful and attractive with good PR experiences. They are working entire day to help you in any kind of your requirements within the limits of Company’s business.

 

OUR THEME

 

To make travel and tourism more easier, more economical, more happy, more enthusiastic, more convenient, more stress free and more relaxing with a friendly, helpful, smiley staff.

 

IN-BOUND TOURS

We promote in-bound tours in two ways basically.

      1. Pre-Designed Packages

These tour packages were made after researches and through the experiences of qualified tourism professionals. And as a policy of our Company we designed them without a busy schedules, therefore you could relax during the tour and enjoy your vacations without going here and there during the entire stay ending up with tired and unhappy moods.


2. Tailor-Made Packages

We listed all possible destinations in our web with important details so now you can get an idea and design your own package and send us your preferences. This method is suit for individual and family tourists. Even you come with a group you could send your preferences and we will communicate with you and design the suitable package for you.

 

OUT-BOUND & DOMESTIC TOURS

 

We promote Pre-Designed Packages as well as Tailor-Made Packages in out-bound and Domestic tours too. 

 

 


In Bound Tours

 

Out Bound Tours | Domestic Tours

 

     

Sri Lanka Round Tour

( 14 Days )
     

Glimpse Sri Lanka

(04 Days-03 Nights)
     

Highlights Sri Lanka

(05 Days-04 Nights)
     
                             
     
     

Colonial Tour

(11 Days-10 Nights)
     

Explore Sri Lanka

(06 Days-05 Nights)
     

Family Holidays

(09 Days-08 Nights)
     
                             
     
     

Sri Lanka Round Tour

(07 Days-06 Nights)
     

Other Packages

(07 Days-06 Nights)
     
                     

   

 


In Bound Tours

Sri Lanka round Tour ( 14 Days )

 

Day 01 - Airport / Negombo

Meet and assist at Colombo international airport by myself and transfer to the hotel at Negombo, which is only about half an hour's drive from the airport.

Overnight at the hotel in Negombo.

 

Sri Lanka Airport  Negombo beach

Day 02 - Negombo / Pinnawala Elephants / Dambulla

 

After Breakfast at the hotel, leave Negombo for Sigiriya.On the way we visit to Pinnawala Elephant orphanage and then proceed to dambulla.

Overnight at the hotel at Sigiriya/ Dambulla.

 

 pinnawala elephant orphanage  Dambulla Rock Temple

 

Day 03- Dambulla / Anuradhapura / Dambulla : Discover the 1st capital by cycles

 

Today is the cycling day: we try to discover the ancient city by foot cycles (cycles will be provided)

Visit the cultural monuments of the first capital founded in the 05th century BC. Here is found the largest number of ancient monuments of a great civilization of Sinhalese. Buddhism found its first home in Sri Lanka at Anuradhapura, and it thus contains some of Sri Lankan Buddhism's most sacred sites. The Sri Maha Bodhi tree in Anuradhapura, planted from a cutting from the original 'bo tree' under which the Buddha achieved enlightenment, continues to draw thousands of Buddhist pilgrims from around the world. Among the well preserved ruins are pillars of the brazen palace which once had nine stories, the image of the Samadi Buddha, the twin ponds, guard stones & moonstones.

There are renovated monuments such as Ruwanveliseya dagoba built in the 2nd century BC with its famous Elephant wall and Thuparama dageba built in the 3rd century B.C.

Back to Dambulla

Overnight at the hotel Dambulla /Seegiriya.

 

Ruwan Weliseya Stupa in Arunadhapura - Sri Lanka  Sri Maha Bodhiya is Perhaps the Oldest Living Tree in the World.

 

Day 04 - Habarana Eco Park / Sigiriya

 

After breakfast proceed to Habarana –minneriya Eco Park where we can see wild elephants.

After visiting the Ecopark, travel south to Sigiriya. This rock fortress was built by King Kasyapa in the 5th century A.D. and was a royal citadel for more than 18 years. In a sheltered pocket, approached by a spiral stairway, are the famous frescoes. The summit of the rock, with an area of nearly one hectare was the site of the palace, the outer wall of which was built on the very brink of the precipice. The UNESCO - sponsored Central Cultural Fund has restored Sigiriya 5th century Water Gardens to their former glory.

Overnight stay at Dambulla.

 

Elephants are the main attraction in Habarana Eco Park on the way to the north.  More frescoes, different from those on the rock face, can be See Frescoes.

 

Day 05 - Dambulla / Kandy

Depart to Kandy in the morning en route stopping at the Dambulla cave monasteries. The Dambulla cave monasteries were born when the fleeing King Walagamba took refuge in these caves. Upon regaining the throne he built this monastery in memory of his days there. The 5 caves house 167 Buddha Statues and over 2100 square meters of Buddhist murals. We then proceed to Kandy via Matale which is generally considered the spice capital of Sri Lanka. Traveling onwards we stop at a spice garden in Matale where you can sample the many spices and be treated to an Ayurveda Massage.

Kandy was the last capital of Sri Lanka and was home to the last king of Sri Lanka Sri WickramaRajasingha. The most famous site is the Temple of the Tooth or the DaladaMaligawa.

Evening we visit Cultural show and temple of the tooth relic.

Over night stay In Kandy.

 

Dambulla is a part of the Cultural Triangle declared by UNESCO.   Dambulla Cave Temple Inside View.

 

Day 06 - Kandy

 

Kandy was the last capital of Sri Lanka and was home to the last king of Sri Lanka Sri WickramaRajasingha. The most famous site is the Temple of the Tooth or the DaladaMaligawa. Spend the day exploring Kandy. Visit the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens and then visit the sites in and around the city of Kandy including local markets.

Return to the hotel and spend some time relaxing.

Overnight at Kandy.

 

Kandy is one of the cleanest and most scenic towns in Sri Lanka.  The Kandy Perahera, also known as the festival of the Tooth Relic starts on the full moon poya day of the Buddhist month Esala.

 

 Day 07 - Nuwara Eliya

 

The next day we leave Kandy and proceed towards Nuwara Eliya .The drive to Nuwara Eliya is spectacular with mist covered mountains, lush tea estates and tea plucker. En route we visit a tea factory and are guided through the process of making tea. Travel onwards to Nuwara Eliya towards afternoon. You may spend the rest of the day at leisure or walk around and explore the town on your own. Situated at an altitude of 2040m this town with its characteristic British architecture and climate is very popular with locals who want to escape the heat of Colombo, so surprise this town is known as “little England”  overnight at Nuwara Eliya

we can see:

* Tea factory

*Tea Estate

* Water Falls

 Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliaya.

 

The Tea Factory.  Nuwara Eliya Waterfalls.

 

Day 08 - Nuwara Eliya / Hortain plains / NuwaraEliya.

About 5am in the morning we leave for Horton plains (breakfast packs will be taken with us)
Horton Plains, the coldest and windiest location in Sri Lanka consists of ecosystems such as Montane evergreen forests, grasslands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem. At an altitude of 2,100 meters above sea level, Horton Plains spreads across over 3,169 hectares of the highest tableland of the island. In view of the large number of endemic flora and fauna species, Horton Plains was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 30th July 2010. The escarpment with a depth of 900 meters called World’s End and Baker’s Falls are the highlights of the Horton Plains.

Overnight at Nuwara Eliya.

 

Horton Plains is a National Park and the highest plateau in the island consisting of grassland interspersed with patches of forest,.  Herd of sambar dear at Horton plains grass land in early misty morning.

 

Day 09 - Nuwaraeliaya / Ella : It’s TRAIN JOURNEY DAY

 

 After breakfast we leave for Nanu oya railway station where we have to catch the train to Ella. From there we can do the nice train ride to Ella. Through the journey we can catch the most beautiful sceneries and surroundings in Sri Lanka.

Afternoon we visit to Little Adam’s peak which will give us more nice sceneries and soundings.

 Overnight at Ella.

 

The Viceroy Steam Train Near Nuwara Eliya. Nuwara Eliya - Legendary Hill Station Of British Tea Planters. The Viceroy Steam Train Near Nuwara Eliya  After breakfast you will travel by Train Journey On arrival at Nanu Oya Railway Station, you will be transferred to a Hotel in Nuwara Eliya.

 

Day 10 - Ella / Yala

 

After breakfast we leave for Yala on the way we can see rawana waterfall.
Yala is Sri Lanka’s second largest wildlife park and has the largest population of Leopard in Sri Lanka. Yala is famed for its leopard population of 35 and considered to be one of the best places in the world to observe and photograph Leopard.

We proceed to tour of the park after lunch in jeeps what we called YALA SAFARI

Overnight at Yala.

 

Wetland of Yala national Park About Yala National Park. Yala National Park is the 2nd largest national park in Sri Lanka ...  Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka.

 

 Day 11 - Beruwela / Bentota / Ahungalla

 

We depart to our final destination after breakfast .Traveling along the coastal road you may notice some of the devastation caused by the tsunami. You will also see how towns and villages are rebuilding and moving on with lives. Near Weligama you will see the stilt fisherman (season based). These fishermen stand patiently on stilts and fish for their daily catch. The stilts themselves are passed from father to son. Traveling onwards we arrive in Galle. Here we visit the Fort complex. This world heritage site 16th century Portuguese fort reached the height of its development in the 18th century. After visiting the fort we travel onwards to arrive at the beach resort for the next three nights.

we can see blow hole , stilt fishermen village,ambalangoda mask village.

 

Beruwala is the starting point of the 130 km long stretch of beach.  You will see the stilt fisherman. Fishermen stand patiently on stilts and fish for their daily catch.

 

Day 12 /13 - Beruwela / Bentota / Ahungalla

 

The beautiful resort and spa which you will spend the next few days in offers some great facilities. Relax by the pool or sample of the invigorating therapies this star class resort and spa offers. You can also visit the Marina a haven for water sports just a few minutes away.

Bentota is a tourist attraction, with a local airport (Bentota River Airport) and a handful of world-class hotels. It is a destination for water sports.   Water sports and adventure at Bentota Beach.

 

Day 14 - Colombo / Departure

 

After breakfast  tour of Colombo which includes busy bazaar area, Kovils, Temples, Independence square, BMICH ETC, then according to the flight schedule transfer to the airport for the departure.

 

Transfer to the Airport for the Departure

 

 


In Bound Tours

Glimpse Sri Lanka ( 04 Days 03 Nights )

If you do not have much time & would like to have a glimpse of Sri Lanka this will be the ideal tour visiting the cultural highlights of Sri Lanka with a visit to some of the Royal Cities in the cultural triangle not neglecting the natural beauty. Ideal for a short visit using your time to the maximum.

 

Day 01 - Airport / Pinnawala / Kandy

 

If you do not have much time & would like to have a glimpse of Sri Lanka this will be the ideal tour visiting the cultural highlights of Sri Lanka with a visit to some of the Royal Cities and the cultural triangle not neglecting the natural beauty.

Arrival, welcome & assistance at the airport.

 

  Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

 

Leave for Kandy. En route visit Pinnawela the elephant Orphanage. This orphanage was established to feed nurse & house young elephants found abandoned by their mothers. Often the young ones fall into pits and ravines in their request for water during drought period. P.M. visit the city of Kandy. The most famous landmark of Kandy is its lake, in the center of the city. Visit the Kandy Museum. Late in the evening view the Kandyan cultural performance. the center of the traditional arts in Sri Lanka visit the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Buddha.

Installation at the hotel & overnight.

 

  Royal Botanical Gardens  Kandy is one of the cleanest and most scenic towns in Sri Lanka.

 

Day 02 - Kandy / Peradeniya / Matale / Nalanda / Sigiriya

 

After bfast visit the royal botanical gardens of Peradeniya which is well known for it’s large number and variety of plants.This garden is best known for it’s collection of orchids the largest in Asia. Continuation to the cultural triangle region. En-route visits a Spice Garden and a batik factory in Matale. Also visit Nalanda Gedige the Abu Simbel of Sri Lanka.Evening climb the rock of Sigiriya located in the north-central part of Sri Lanka, preserves the architectural tradition of the country.The town is famous for its Rock, Gardens and Sanctuary.

Overnight at hotel.

 

   PALACE OF THE TOOTH RELIC - The famous Dalada Maligawa or the Palace of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy is the most venerated place of worship for Buddhists.   Sri Muthumariamman Temple Matale

 

Day 03 - Polonnaruwa / Dambulla / Colombo

 

After breakfast visit Polonnaruwa, the second ancient capital city for three centuries,is one of the most interesting places in Sri Lanka with many well preserved ruins of palace and monasteries which easily can make every tourist to impress. Then leave to Colombo. En route visit Dambulla. In Sri Lanka history Dambulla cave complex dates back to 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. . Dambulla caves have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Also known for bird watching. Visit the fascinating city of Colombo which links the past with the present. You will visit the fort area, the commercial center, ’’Pettah’’ Colombo’s bustling bazaar area, a cinnamon garden which is full of large residences, Colombo is the Commercial Capital of Sri Lanka and the largest city.

Overnight at hotel.

 

WATADAGEYA (POLONNARUWA), POLONNARUWA, SRI LANKA, HISTORICAL PLACES IN SRI LANKA  Inside the Golden Temple of Dambulla, Sri Lanka.

 

Day 04 - Colombo / Airport

 

Bfast at hotel transfer to the airport to connect flight for departure or extension beach stay. Check out 12.00h.

 

Sri lankan Airport

 

 


In Bound Tours

Highlights of Sri Lanka ( 05 Days 04 Nights )

Day 01 - Airport / Colombo

 

If you have only few days & would like to see the Mountains & the central part of the Country this will the ideal tour. Arrival & welcome at the Sri Lanka airport transfer to hotel in Colombo. Free relax at hotel PM Colombo city tour. Visit the fascinating city of Colombo which links the past with the present. You will visit the fort area, the commercial center, Pettah Colombo's bustling bazaar area, cinnamon gardens, which is full of large residences, Buddhist temples, Hindu temples & mosques. Kelaniya Temple Shopping at Odel & Lakmedura Return to the hotel for Overnight stay.

 

Colombo City Tour

 

Day 02 - Colombo / Kithulgala / Nuwara Eliya

 

A.M. - Breakfast and leave to Nuwaraeliya the center of hill country en route stop at Kitulgala Bride, the film Location of World War II movie "Bridge on the River Kwai", This river is now more popular among water sportsman for Rafting. Proceed via misty mountain routes and view waterfalls and landscape with tea plantation and other vegetation. Afternoon walk in the City of Nuwaraeliya, this is called "Little England" due to English architect of the building, names of buildings, shops, roads and cool climate reminds of being in a Town in England Evening Arrive at hotel for overnight.

 

White Water Rafting In Kithulgala  The lovely Victoria Park at the centre of Nueara Eliya Town.

 

Day 03 - Nuwara Eliya / Peradeniya / Kandy

 

A.M. - After breakfast, leave to Kandy en-route visit to a tea plantation and witness the manufacture of the world famous '' Ceylon tea ''. Visit the royal botanical gardens of Peradeniya, which is well known for it's large number and verity of plants, Ornamental, decorative, useful & medicinal. More than 4000 species include indigenous and introduced plants. This garden is best known for its collection of orchids the largest in Asia. Evening arrive at the hotel in Kandy, The center of the traditional arts in Sri Lanka. Visit the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Buddha.

Overnight at the Hotel.

 

Tourist attractions in Nuwara Eliya.  Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya

 

Day 04 - Kandy / Matale / Sigiriya / Dambulla / Kandy

 

A.M. - breakfast at hotel and leave to Sigiriya en-route visit to a Spice Garden and a batik factory in Matale Climb the rock of Sigiriya built by the patricide king Kashyapa in the 5th century A.D. Today it is a treasure trove of rare art, a pocket of the giant rock are the famous frescoes of the 'Heavenly Maidens of Sigiriya' Return to Kandy en route visit the rock cave temple of Dambulla. Some of the frescoes in these caves are over 2000 years old. There is also a colossal figure of the recumbent Buddha 14 meters long carved out of rock. Evening visit the city of Kandy The most famous landmark of Kandy is its lake.

Late in the evening view the Kandyan cultural performance return to the hotel for overnight at hotel.

 

Kandy Temple Art, Sri Lanka.  SIGIRIYA ROCK FORTRESS AND CITY

 

Day 05 - Kandy / Pinnawala / Airport or Colombo

 

After breakfast, proceed to visit the Elephant orphanage at Pinnawela. This orphanage was established to feed nurse & house young elephants found abandoned by their mothers. Often the young ones fall into pits and ravines in their request for water during drought period. Afternoon continuation to the Airport for Departure flight check in by 17h00 or Return to Colombo for Extension Stay at selected hotel for own program by 18h00 drop at Colombo or Airport.

 

Epicentre of a visit to pinnawala is when the heard of elephants go for their daily paddle and bath in the river.  Drop to Colombo Or Airport

 

 


In Bound Tours

Colonial Tour

Day 01 - Airport / Colombo

 

Stay in Colonial style accommodation as far as possible Colonial Tour, taking in Sri Lankas rich history, fascinating culture and beautiful scenery. Elephant back riding in the forest and tea plantations in the hills, its Beaches etc, Arrival at the Colombo international airport and transfer to hotel. P.M visit the fascinating city of Colombo which links the past with the present. You will visit the fort area, the commercial center, ’’Pettah’’ Colombo’s bustling bazaar area, a cinnamon garden which is full of large residences. Visit the Buddhist temple in Kelaniya.

Return to the hotel for overnight stay.

 

Sri lankan Airport

 

Day 02 - Colombo / Negombo / Anuradhapura

 

After bfast leave for Anuradhapura. En-route visit Negombo.It is largely Roman Catholic by faith, with huge imposing churches down almost every street. The sea & the catamarans are the backdrop to the Negombo scenery.Pm visit Anuradhapura the ruins of the first capital founded in the 05th century BC here is found the largest number of ancient monuments of a great civilization. World Heritage city Anuradhapura, in picturesque ruins, was once a major center of Sri Lanka civilization. Installation at hotel for overnight stay with dinner.

 

Negombo Beach  Visiting the ancient cities of Anuradhapura

 

Day 03 - Aukana / Sigiriya

 

After bfast visit Aukana Some 30km northwest of Golden Dambulla Rock Temple, the village of Aukana located close to the large ancient Kala Wewa rainwater reservoir, is home to the most perfectly preserved ancient statue in Sri Lanka & then visit Sigiriya, located in the north-central part of Sri Lanka, preserves the architectural tradition of the country.The town is famous for its Rock, Gardens and Sanctuary.Sigiriya has spectacular importance in Sri Lanka. An ancient palace complex, erected during the reign of King Kasyapa, has been declared by UNESCO a world heritage site.

Evening relax & overnight stay at the hotel with dinner.

 

Aukana Buddha Statue, Sri Lanka  Sigiriya was built about the 6th century ad on top of a 200m high rock; anciently known as the lion mountain, by King Kasyapa

 

Day 04 - Polonnaruwa / Medirigiriya

 

After breakfast excursion to Polonnaruwa, the second ancient capital city for three centuries,is one of the most interesting places in Sri Lanka with many well preserved ruins of palace and monasteries which easily can make every tourist to impress. Late afternoon visit Medirigiriya. The Medirigiriya Vatadage is on a high circular stage.It has three circles of concentric (With the same center) circle of pillars is a decorated stone wall about three and a half feet high.

Return to the hotel for overnight stay with dinner.

 

Medirigiriya Vatadage Sri lanka  Ruins at Polonnaruwa

 

Day 05 - Dambulla / Matale / Nalanda Gedige / Kandy

 

After breakfast leave for Kandy. En-route visit Dambulla. In Sri Lanka history Dambulla cave complex dates back to 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. Even before the making of the complex it was well established as one of the largest monasteries in Sri Lanka. Dambulla caves have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Also known for bird watching then visit Nalanda Gedige the Abu Simbel of Sri Lanka Nalanda Gedige is one of a number of remarkable archaeological sites in Sri Lanka then visit a spice garden & batik factory in Matale. En-route to Kandy Evening arrive at hotel in Kandy, the center of the traditional arts in Sri Lanka visit the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Buddha.

Return to hotel for overnight with dinner.

 

Nalanda Gedige is old stone building used as a place of worship both by the Buddhist and the Hindus.  Dambulla Rock Temple

 

Day 06 - Kandy / Pinnawala / Kandy

 

After breakfast leave for Pinnawela & visit the elephant Orphanage. This orphanage was established to feed nurse & house young elephats found abandoned by their mothers. Often the young ones fall into pits and ravines in their request for water during drought period. P.M. visit the city of Kandy. The most famous landmark of Kandy is its lake, in the center of the city. Visit the Kandy Museum. Late in the evening view the Kandyan cultural performance .

Return to hotel for overnight with dinner.

 

 Culture Of Sri Lanka 

 

Day 07 - Kandy / Peradeniya / Nuwara Eliya

 

After breakfast visit the royal botanical gardens of Peradeniya which is well known for its large number and variety of plants This garden is best known for it’s collection of orchids the largest in Asia. P.M. leave for Nuwaraeliya the center of hill country, En-route visit a tea plantation and witness the manufacture of the world famous ‘’ Ceylon tea ‘’. Gregory Lake is one of attractive locations in Nuwaraeliya. Shanthipura (the city view point) Spend the evening walking in the cool climate.

Arrive at hotel for dinner & overnight.

 

  Tea Factory

 

Day 08 - Nuwara Eliya / Ella / Buduruwagala / Katharagama / Yala

 

After breakfast leave for Tissamaharama Region Stop at Ella to admire the magnificent view. Then visit Buduruwagala The name Buduruwagala means “the rock with the statue of Buddha” And this is exactly what it is. The rock itself has shape of a kneeling elephant. The statues date back to 10 century AD. Then visit the sacred city of Kataragama. P.M safari in Yala Park by jeep the Elephant is undoubtedly the best known attraction at Yala, seen in small & large herds. Herds of spotted deer are seen all over the park. Monkeys-the pinkish rhesus and the Grey-faced Langur Monkey live and play on the tree-tops and the ground below. Wild buffalo & wild boar could give you a good surprise & the sight of a leopard sunning itself or drinking water at a water hole could be memorable experience.

Arrive at hotel for dinner & overnight.

 

Nuwara eliya  Yala National Park

 

Day 09 - Weligama / Galle / Beach Stay

 

After breakfast leave for Galle. En route view the Still fisherman of Weligama fishing, then visit the Old Portuguese fort, later rebuilt and extended by the Dutch is still fine preservation. Most of the administration of Galle still takes place from the fort .the view from the ramparts is superb The Galle fort is a world heritage site and the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers. Continuation towards the beach hotel.

Evening free relax at the beach dinner & overnight.

 

Water Sports   Beach

 

Day 10 - Beach Free Day

 

Relax at the beach hotel, Dinner and overnight at hotel.

 

 Relex At The Hotel  Beach Free Day

 

Day 11 - Beach / Airport

 

After breakfast room until 12h00 Check out & transfer to the airport Transfer time is around 2h30 mts to the airport you will be passing Colombo on the way to the airport.

 

AirPort  

 

 


In Bound Tours

Explore Sri Lanka ( 06Days and 05Nights )

 Day 01 - Airport / Negombo / Sigiriya

Arrival, welcome & assistance at the airport leave for Sigiriya En-route visit Negombo. It is largely Roman Catholic by faith, with huge imposing churches down almost every street. The sea & the catamarans are the backdrop to the Negombo scenery. P.M.visit Sigiriya located in the north-central part of Sri Lanka, preserves the architectural tradition of the country. The town is famous for its Rock, Gardens and Sanctuary. Sigiriya has spectacular importance in Sri Lanka. An ancient palace complex, erected during the reign of King Kasyapa, has been declared by UNESCO a world heritage site.

Return to hotel for overnight.

 

 Airport  Sigiriya

 

Day 02 - Polonnaruwa / Medirigiriya

 

After breakfast excursion to Polonnaruwa, the second ancient capital city for three centuries,is one of the most interesting places in Sri Lanka with many well preserved ruins of palace and monasteries which easily can make every tourist to impress. Then visit Medirigiriya in the early evening.

Optional Elephant back jungle Safari for 01h30 minutes (Payment direct) Return back to the hotel for overnight.

 

 Polonnaruwa.  Medirigiriya Watadageya

 

Day 03 - Dambulla / Nalanda / Matale / Kandy

 

After breakfast leave for Kandy. En-route visit Dambulla. In Sri Lanka history Dambulla cave complex dates back to 3rd and 2nd centuries BC. Even before the making of the complex it was well established as one of the largest monasteries in Sri Lanka. Dambulla caves have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Also known for bird watching then visit Nalanda Gedige the Abu Simbel of Sri Lanka Nalanda Gedige is one of a number of remarkable archaeological sites in Sri Lanka then visit a spice garden & batik factory in Matale. En-route to Kandy the center of the traditional arts in Sri Lanka visit the city of Kandy. The most famous landmark of Kandy is its lake, in the center of the city. Visit the Kandy Museum. Late in the evening view the Kandyan cultural performance & visit the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Buddha.

Return to hotel for overnight.

 

 Dambulla cave temple  Sri Muttumariyamman Kovil

 

Day 04 - Kandy / Peradeniya / Pinnawala / Nuwara Eliya

 

After breakfast visit the royal botanical gardens of Peradeniya which is well known for its large number and variety of plants This garden is best known for it’s collection of orchids the largest in Asia. Then visit Pinnawela elephant Orphanage. This orphanage was established to feed nurse & house young elephants found abandoned by their mothers. Often the young ones fall into pits and ravines in their request for water during drought period P.M. leave for Nuwaraeliya the center of hill country, En-route visit a tea plantation and witness the manufacture of the world famous ‘’ Ceylon tea ‘’. Gregory Lake is one of attractive locations in Nuwaraeliya. Shanthipura (the city view point) Spend the evening walking in the cool climate.

Arrive at hotel for overnight.

 

Knuckles Range  Pinnawala elephant orphanage

 

Day 05 - Nuwara Eliya / Kithulgala / Colombo

 

After Breakfast leaves to Colombo via misty mountain routes and view waterfalls and landscape with tea plantation and other vegetation via Kitulgala the film Location of World War II movie "Bridge on the River Kwai", This River is now more popular among water sportsman for Rafting. Continuation to Colombo. Visit the fascinating city of Colombo which links the past with the present. You will visit the fort area, the commercial center, ’’Pettah’’ Colombo’s bustling bazaar area, a cinnamon garden which is full of large residences. You can do some last minute shopping at Odel, No limit etc.

Return to the hotel for overnight.

 

 Nuwara eliya lake  Kitulgala

 

Day 06 - Colombo / Airport

 

After breakfast transfer to the airport to connect flight for departure Rooms till 12h00 in the afternoon.

 

Colombo City

 

 


In Bound Tours

Family holidays ( 09Days and 08 Nights )

Day 01 - Airport / Beach Hotel Marawila

 

Sri Lanka is the perfect country to travel with children. Distances are normally not too much and there are an abundance of things to do for the kids. We know (from experience) that if the children are not enjoying their holiday then neither will the parents. Feeding a baby elephant with a bottle of milk, snorkeling on our reefs or just enjoying our warm seas are elements of which we are sure your children will fall in love with! There are whales passing by our paradise and our national parks teem with peacocks, elephants and even leopards! Arrival & transfer to the beach hotel nearby. Dinner & Overnight Marawila at the beach hotel.

 Marawila Beach Hotel  Airport In Sri Lanka

 

Day 02 - Negombo / Muthurajawela / Overnight Beach Hotel

 

After bfast excursion to Negombo & Muthurajawella Boat Trip Morning – (Negombo City Tour Fishing Village visit) Negombo Fishing village, which is the center of the island’s fishing community. It is largely Roman Catholic by faith, with huge imposing churches down almost every street. The sea & the catamarans are the backdrop to the Negombo scenery. Muthurajawella Boat Trip (Boat Hire – Maximum 6 clients) and Entrance Ticket for Nature Reserve) The name Muthurajawella meaning can be translated in to English simply as “Swamp of Royal Treasure”. Treasures of kings in olden days are believed to be buried in that area. Muthurajawella Marsh is situated towards the southern part of Negombo. The boundaries lagoon coastal Eco system, and Kelaniya River. Muthurajawella bears staggering species of flora and fauna, species of birds, water birds such as herons, egrets in abundance in the lagoon and the marsh and different species of fish, Muthurajawella marsh has been declared as s sanctuary by the government its vast bio diversity. Evening relax free. Dinner & Overnight at beach hotel.

Negombo Beach  Muthurajawela 

 

Day 03 - Minneriya Reserve By Jeep / Sigiriya

 

After Breakfast travel to Sigiriya region en route Habarana Elephant Back Jungle Safari (with safari tickets) Habarana for an elephant back safari, Spend some times with elephant’s and joy ride in Habarana Jungle where you will have ample opportunities to take photographs of birds, animals, reptiles etc… Elephant Safari - the tour will take you along the forest trail, across the river, through the village and back to your lodging all on the elephant back ride. Installation at the hotel. In the early afternoon Minneriya Wild Park Safari – Jeep Hire and Park Entrance This National Park area, which is mainly the catchments area, was initially declared as a sanctuary in 1938. The vegetation of this area consists of mainly dry mixed evergreen forest and much of Sri Lanka’s wildlife, including elephant, is found here Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Minneriya Jeep Safari  Sigiriya, the Lion Rock citadel

 

Day 04 - Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa

 

After breakfast Visit Sigiriya Rock – Entrance Ticket Climb the rock of Sigiriya. The history of Sigiriya dates back to over 5000 thousand years, to the Mesolithic period. One of Sri Lanka’s major attractions and a World Heritage Site, Sigiriya (Lion Rock) came into prominence in the 5th century AD, the rock and the colossal plan of the royal palace, water gardens and fortifications, is entirely fascinating. Site seeing Polonnaruwa City Tour) - Entrance Ticket You can do this visit by hiring bicycles enjoyable for young children or by vehicle. Polonnaruwa & visit the 2nd capital of Sinhalese kings dating back to the 11th & 12th century A.D. The entire landscape of the region is punctuated by huge man-made reservoirs, the most famous of which is the “Parakrama Samudra’’. Numerous monuments are found in this city.Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

 Sigiriya Rock  Lotus pool

 

Day 05 - Sigiriya / Dambulla / Matale / Kandy

 

After breakfast Visit Dambulla Rock Cave Temple – Entrance Ticket. Rock cave temple of Dambulla a vast isolated rock mass 500 ft and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The view from the top of this rock is breathtaking 350 ft. above are a series of five caves. The frescoes on the walls and ceiling could be dated to the 15th - 18th centuries.Matale Spice Garden visit – Free visit included in the Program you will be introduced to a variety of Plants; various parts of those are used as spices. This will be very informative for any person interested in Cooking and assorted use of Spices and Herbal Value. Children keen in Plants and Botany will be naturally interested in this educational visit and see many different types of Sri Lanka spices. A Batik Factory Stopover – This visit give practical procedure of Batik Handicraft from plain clothe to completed fabric with immaculate and intricate Designs. Sacred Tooth Relic Temple & Cultural Dance Show) - Entrance Ticket. Sacred Tooth Relic Temple is most revered temple in Sri Lanka by the Buddhists of all nationals, The famous Kandy Cultural Program. This is one of the famous show and it starts in the evening and runs for more than 1 hr. The skills of the traditional musicians of Kandy, their drums and dance is all very much entertaining. There is several kinds of dances and after this there is a fire walking show.Dinner & Overnight in Hotel.

 Mirror wall  Dambulla cave temple

 

Day 06 - Kandy / Pousellawa / Peradeniya

 

After breakfast - Free visit Tea Plantation and Tea Factory Sri Lanka is one of the world's largest exporters of tea. At the Tea Factory you can witness the manufacture of the world famous Ceylon tea. Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden) - Entrance Ticket The Royal botanical gardens of Peradeniya, which is well, known for its large number and variety of plants, ornamental, decorative, useful & medicinal.More than 4000 species include indigenous and introduced plants. This garden is best known for its collection of orchids the largest in Asia. Free Site seeing Tour of Kandy City (Museum – Entrance Ticket) City of Kandy, Cultural Center of Sri Lanka with Traditions, The most prominent landmark of Kandy is its lake which is in the center of the city.visit the Kandy Museum. (Closes by 16h00) Dinner & Overnight at hotel.

Kandy City  Pussallawa

 

Day 07 - Kandy / Pinnawala / Mount Lavinia

 

After breakfast Visit Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage – Entrance Ticket. Pinnawela & visit the Elephant Orphanage. This orphanage was established to feed nurse & house young elephants found abandoned by their mothers. Often the young ones fall into pits and ravines in their request for water during drought period. You could feed the baby elephants milk by the bottles here. Proceed to Beach Hotel relax free & Overnight at beach hotel.

 pinnawala elephant orphanage  Mount Lavinia Hotel

 

Day 08 - Beach Free Day

 

Free relax at the beach hotel with Bfast & overnight Optional Colombo City tour can be arranged free of charge for half a day. Please advise us early to make arrangements.

 Beach Free Day  Beach Free Day

 

Day 09 - Beach Airport

 

After Bfast transfer to airport. Room until 12h00 If time permits can visit Colombo & do some last minute shopping in Colombo on the way to the airport

Beach Landing

 

 


In Bound Tours

Sri Lanka round Tour ( 07 Days and 06 Nights )

Day 01 - Airport / Negombo

 

Meet and assist at Colombo international airport by myself and transfer to the hotel at Negombo, which is only about half an hour's drive from the airport.

Overnight at the hotel in Negombo.

 

 Airport Negombo Beach

 

Day 02 - Negombo / Pinnawala Elephants / Dambulla

 

After Breakfast at the hotel, leave Negombo for Sigiriya. On the way we visit to Pinnawala Elephant orphanage and then proceed to dambulla.

Evening visit to Sigiriya.

This rock fortress was built by King Kasyapa in the 5th century A.D. and was a royal citadel for more than 18 years. In a sheltered pocket, approached by a spiral stairway, are the famous frescoes. The summit of the rock, with an area of nearly one hectare was the site of the palace, the outer wall of which was built on the very brink of the precipice. The UNESCO - sponsored Central Cultural Fund has restored Sigiriya 5th century Water Gardens to their former glory.

Overnight at the hotel at Sigiriya/ Dambulla

 

 

Day 03 - Dambulla / Polonnaruwa / Kandy

 

After breakfast leave for Polonnaruwa Ancient City, another World Heritage site. Once the Capital of Sri Lanka from 11th – 13th Centuries still contains some splendid and spectacular statues, walkways and palaces among the forestry watched by the wildlife.


Depart to Kandy After lunch en route stopping at the Dambulla cave monasteries. The Dambulla cave monasteries were born when the fleeing King Walagamba took refuge in these caves. Upon regaining the throne he built this monastery in memory of his days there. The 5 caves house 167 Buddha Statues and over 2100 square meters of Buddhist murals. We then proceed to Kandy via Matale which is generally considered the spice capital of Sri Lanka. Traveling onwards we stop at a spice garden in Matale where you can sample the many spices and be treated to an Ayurveda Massage.

Kandy was the last capital of Sri Lanka and was home to the last king of Sri Lanka Sri WickramaRajasingha. The most famous site is the Temple of the Tooth or the DaladaMaligawa.

Evening we visit Cultural show and temple of the tooth relic.

Over night stay In Kandy.

 

Dambulla Cave Temple  Kandy Perahara


Day 04 - Kandy / Nuwara Eliya

 

The next day we leave Kandy and proceed towards Nuwara Eliya .The drive to Nuwara Eliya is spectacular with mist covered mountains, lush tea estates and tea plucker.

En route we visit botanic garden in peradeniya and a tea factory and are guided through the process of making tea.

Travel onwards to Nuwara Eliya

You may spend the rest of the day at leisure or walk around and explore the town on your own. Situated at an altitude of 2040m this town with its characteristic British architecture and climate is very popular with locals who want to escape the heat of Colombo, so surprise this town is known as “little England”  overnight at Nuwara Eliya

We can see:

* Botanic garden

* Tea factory

*Tea Estate

* Water Falls

 

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliaya

 

Botanic Graden  Nuwara eliya 

 

Nuwara Eliya Tea Factory.  Water Falls

 


Day 05 - Nuwaraeliaya / Ella : It’s TRAIN JOURNEY DAY

 

After breakfast we leave for Nanu oya railway station where we have to catch the train to Ella. From there we can do the nice train ride to Ella. Through the journey we can catch the most beautiful sceneries and surroundings in Sri Lanka.

Afternoon we visit to Little Adam’s peak which will give us more nice sceneries and soundings.

 Evening we proceed to Yala .

Overnight stay in Yala

 

Ella  TRAIN JOURNEY DAY

 


Day 06 - Yala Safari / Unawatuna beach

 

Early morning (5.30 am ) we leave for yala safari..
Yala is Sri Lanka’s second largest wildlife park and has the largest population of Leopard in Sri Lanka. Yala is famed for its leopard population of 35 and considered to be one of the best places in the world to observe and photograph Leopard.

Afternoon We depart to our final destination .Traveling along the coastal road you may notice some of the devastation caused by the tsunami. You will also see how towns and villages are rebuilding and moving on with lives. Near Weligama you will see the stilt fisherman (season based). These fishermen stand patiently on stilts and fish for their daily catch. The stilts themselves are passed from father to son. Traveling onwards we arrive in Galle. Here we visit the Fort complex. This world heritage site 16th century Portuguese fort reached the height of its development in the 18th century. After visiting the fort we travel onwards to arrive at the beach resort.

we can see stilt fishermen village, Turtle hatchery, ambalangoda mask village

Overnight stay in Unawatuna beach.

 

Yala Safari  Unawatuna Beach

 

Day 07 - Colombo / Departure

 

After breakfast  tour of Colombo which includes busy bazaar area, Kovils, Temples, Independence square, BMICH ETC, then according to the flight schedule transfer to the airport for the departure

 

Departure

 

 


Out Bound Tours

 Out-Bound Tour

Bangkok Tour
   
Malaysia Tour
   
   
Dambadiva Luxury Pilgrimage Tour
   
Dambadiva Semi Luxury Pilgrimage Tour
   
   
Shimla & Manali Tour

   

 


Out Bound Tours

Out-bound Travel

Bangkok Tour (5 Days/4 Nights)

 

   

 

Itinerary (5Days/4Nights)

 

 

DAY-1

 

    • Flight to BKK
    • Arrive to Bangkok (BKK)
    • Meet out representative at the Airport
    • Transfer to BKK by Van
    • Check in (Subject to available – Standard check in 14.00 Hrs)
    • Free evening by your own (Madame Tussauds Museum or City Tour)**
    • Cultural Show/ Shopping**
    • Overnight at BKK Hotel

 

 

 

CULTURAL SHOW

SUVARNABHUMI AIRPORT

MADAME

 

DAY-2

 

    • Breakfast
    • Bangkok Land Mark Tour**
    • Evening Shopping or leisure **
    • Overnight stay in Bangkok Hotel

 

 

ROYAL GRAND PALACE COMPLEX

GOLDEN TEMPLE

EMERALD BUDDHA TEMPLE

RECLINING BUDDHA

MARBLE TEMPLE

VIMANMEK ROYAL MANSION

 

DAY-3

    • Breakfast
    • Safari World (Full Day) Tour**
    • Evening Shopping **
    • Overnight stay in Bangkok Hotel

 

 

 

CHUTACHAK WEEKEND MARKET

MRT

BTS

SHOPPING MALLS

SHOPPING

CULTURAL SHOW

 

DAY-4

 

    • Breakfast
    • Visit Chatuchak Weekend Market By BTS Sky train and MRT Metro (Half Day) or **
    • Dream World (Full Day) Tour**
    • Evening Shopping **
    • Overnight stay in Bangkok Hotel

 

 

 

 

SAFARI WORLD

   

DREAM WORLD

   

 

DAY-5

 

    • Breakfast
    • Floating Market, River Kwai & Tiger Temple Tour (Full Day)**
    • Or Shopping **
    • Crocodile Farm**
    • Check out from the Hotel at 18.00Hrs
    • Return to Sri Lanka by UL 422 SRILANKAN AIR LINES
    • Reach to Katunayake Airport

 

 

SHOPPING

 

SUAN-LUM NIGHT MARKET

FLOATING MARKET

BOBBY MARKET

CHINA TOWN

 

Inclusions

    • Economy Class Return air ticket to Bangkok on SRILANKAN Airways with applicable taxes.

    • Hotel accommodation for 4 nights in Hotel Baiyoke Suite Hotel Bangkok 3 Star on Executive Suite with American breakfast.

    • Air Port Transfers in BKK (From BKK Air Port to Hotel on 1st Day and Hotel to Air Port on 5th Day)

    • Air Port Taxes

Exclusions

    • Any meals other than what specified in the itinerary

    • Any tours or transfers other than Air Port Transfers

    • Expenses of personal nature

    • Any sightseeing marked *

    • Bangkok Visa fee & handling charges LKR 5,250 per person

    • Any extra transfers, services & anything not specified under inclusions.

    • Ticket fare & Shopping expenses.

 

Remarks

Hotel check-in/Check-out time will be 1400 Hrs – 1200 Hrs & may vary depending on the hotel policy. Early check in will be subject to availability & will not be guaranteed. Late check-out will be subject to availability & can be entitled to extra charges as per the hotel policy.

    • All package rates are subject to availability of flights & the hotel space.

    • Tariff rates can be changed without prior notice. Kindly contact us for further clarifications.

 

** Refer Inclusions, Exclusions & Remarks.

** Prices for these activities are not included

 

Terms & Conditions

    • All rates are based on per person basis

    • If in case rates changes due to a seasonal change, rates applicable for higher number of days stay would apply. In case of similar number of nights divided between the two seasons the first package rate should apply.

    • We will endeavor to offer the hotel of your choice. However in the event of unavailability of the hotel,similar hotel category will be extended and applicable charges will be charged.

    • Please refer the full Terms and Conditions for the Payment and Refund Policy.

    • Package Conditions and Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

    • On request full Terms and Conditions are available.

    • On request full Terms and Conditions are available.

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Out Bound Tours

Out-bound Travel

Malaysia Tour (4 Days/3 Nights)

 

DAY-1

 

Flight to KUL

Arrive to KUL

 Check in to a Hotel KUL

 Evening City Tour Leisure or Shopping

 Overnight at KUL Hotel

 

 

DAY-2

Breakfast

 Genting Highlands Tour (FD)

 Overnight stay in KUL Hotel

 

 

DAY-3

Breakfast

 Batu Caves/ Putrajaya Tour

 Evening Shopping

 Overnight stay in KUL Hotel

 

 

 

DAY-4

Breakfast

 Shopping & Leisure**

 Return to Sri Lanka

 Reach to Katunayake Airport

 

 

 


Out Bound Tours

Dambadiva Luxury Pilgrimage Tour

Day 01 CMB – DELHI (D)

Arrive Delhi and Transfer to Hotel.

Dinner at hotel/Local restaurant.O/N stay at Delhi Hotel.

 

 

Day 02 DELHI – AGRA (B/L/D)

After breakfast drive to Agra (203 kms / 5 hours) , Check-in at Hotel.Lunch at hotel. P.M. : Visit the world famous Taj Mahal and drive thru Agra Fort. Dinner at hotel. Overnight at Hotel.

 

 

Day 03 AGRA-LUCKNOW (B/PL/D)

Drive 10 – 11 hrs to Lucknow enroute visit SANKASIA, with packed lunch where Lord descended from heaven after giving sermon to his mother after 7 years of her dealth. Later continue drive to Lucknow, Check-in at Hotel. Dinner and overnight Lucknow.

 

 

Day 04 LUCKNOW – VARANASI (B/L/D)

After early breakfast drive 7 hrs to Varanasi, Check-in at Hotel. Lunch at hotel. After lunch afternoon visit SARNATH along with Pirith ceremony (where Buddha delivered his first sermon). Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

 

 

Day 05 VARANASI – BODHGAYA (B/L/D)

Early morning Boat ride on River Ganges to see the bathing Ghats.After breakfast drive 243 kms / 6.5 hours to Bodhgaya. Check-in at Hotel. Lunch at hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel.

 

 

Day 06 BODHGAYA (B/L/D)

Morning visit Mahabodhi Temple & Bodhi Tree, Great Buddha Statue, Niranjana River, Sujata Temple – which is across the Niranja river & it’s 30 minutes walk.Lunch at hotel. Afternoon visit to Dungeshwari caves. Dinner and overnight stay at Bodhgaya.

 

 

Day 07 BODHGAYA – RAJGIR – NALANDA – BODHGAYA (B/L/D)

After early breakfast drive to Rajgir the vulture Hill, hot spring in Rajgir, world peace Stupa, Bamboo’s Garden. Continue to Nalanda to visit the ruins of world oldest University.Lunch in Nalanda at caffetaria. Return back to Bodhgaya.Dinner and overnight stay at hotel.

 

 

Day 08 BODHGAYA – VAISHALI – KUSHINAGAR (B/L/D)

After early breakfast drive to Vaishali & hot lunch on way. Checkin at hotel. Dnner and overnight at Hotel.

 

 

Day 09 KUSHINAGAR – LUMBINI (B/PL/D)

After early breakfast visit Maha Parinirwana Temple (where Buddha took his last breathe) and Rambhar Stupa (cremation site of lord Buddha), Japan Temple, drive 5 hrs to Lumbini with packed lunch. (Nepal). While going to Lumbini, stop at India/Nepal border for Visa/Immigration formalities. Later check-in at Hotel. 15 Min. drive from the Nepal Border. Noon visit Lumbini, the Birth place of Lord Buddha. Overnight stay in Lumbini.

 

 

Day 10 LUMBINI – KAPILVASTU – SRAVASTI (B/L/D)

After breakfast morning leave for Sravasti, enroute visit Kapilavastu – where Buddha’s childhood was spent & also visit ruins of the Palaces. Later continue drive to Sravasti & on arrival check-in at hotel. Lunch at hotel.Later visit Sravasti, where Buddha spent his 24 monsoons, visit Jetvana and Ananda Bodhi Tree. Dinner and overnight stay at Sravasti.

 

 

Day 11 SRAVASTI – LUCKNOW – DELHI (B/L/D on train)

After breakfast drive 5-6 hrs to Lucknow. Lunch in Lucknow. Thereafter transfer to Railway station to board shatabdi express train to New Delhi.
Departure Lucknow station : 15:35 hrs. Dinner on board on train.
Arrive New Delhi station : 22:05 hrs. Meet on arrival and transfer to hotel. Overnight stay at hotel.

 

 

Day 12 DELHI (B/D)

After breakfast visit the city of Delhi visiting , Lakshmi Narayan temple, Gandhi Museum (monday closed). Drive past India Gate, Presidents’ house “Rashtrapati Bawan”, the Government buildings and the Parliament house “Lok Sabha”. OWN LUNCH. Rest day free for own shopping. After shopping transfer to hotel. Dinner at hotel / local restaurant.

 

 

Day 13 DELHI – COLOMBO (B)

Day at own activities / shopping (No transport for shopping). Afternoon assemble at the hotel .Hotel checkout by 1200 hrs noon. Transfer to Airport to connect flight for Colombo.

 

 


Out Bound Tours

Dambadiva Semi Luxury Pilgrimage Tour

 


Out Bound Tours

Shimla & Manali Tour

Option : 1 Itinerary
Day 1, Fri (Jan 18): Arrive At Shimla
Day 2, Sat (Jan 19): Shimla Sightseeing
Day 3, Sun (Jan 20): Shimla To Manali
Day 4, Mon (Jan 21): Manali Sightseeing
Day 5, Tue (Jan 22): Kullu And Manikaran Sightseeing
Day 6, Wed (Jan 23): Manali - Chandigarh / Chandigarh Sightseeing
Day 7, Thu (Jan 24): Depart From Chandigarh

 

Hotels

Total cost for 2 adults is Rs 33258 Rs 31,000 (inclusive of all taxes)

 

 City  Hotel  Star Rating  Tripadvisor  Meal Plan
 

Shimla

(2nt: Jan 18-19)
 

Hotel Gulmarg Regency

(1 Deluxe Junior Family)
 2 Star  3.0 out of 5  CP: Breakfast included
 

Manali

(3nt: Jan 20-22)
 

Sarthak Resorts

(1 Deluxe (Pine View))
 3 Star  3 Star  CP: Breakfast included
 

Chandigarh

(1nt: Jan 23)
 

Hotel Corporate Inn

(1 Classic Room)
 3 Star  3.0 out of 5  CP: Breakfast included

 

Inclusions 

Standard Inclusions 

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per itinerary 
  • Meals as selected 

Cab for the entire trip (Indigo A/C) from Delhi 
Cab at disposal for all 7 days and 2400 km (garage to garage). Sightseeing and Transfers as per Itinerary. Parking and Toll Charges included. 
Start time from Delhi - 4 AM | Duration - 8 Hrs 
Start time from Chandigarh - 12 PM | Duration - 6 Hrs

 

Exclusions 

  • Personal expenses such as laundry, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips etc
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Entrance fees
  • Cost of airfare / train fare

 

Detailed Itinerary 

Day 1, Fri (Jan 18): ARRIVE AT SHIMLA 
Arrive at Shimla and check into the hotel. Explore the property and environs. Later visit Mall road for shopping. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 2, Sat (Jan 19): SHIMLA SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, take a local sightseeing trip. Visit Jakhu Temple situated on the Jakhu Hills. This Temple is dedicated to Hanuman, the Hindu deity. Drive on to Kufri, the winter skiing resort. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 3, Sun (Jan 20): SHIMLA TO MANALI 
After breakfast, drive from Shimla to Manali (280 kms, 10 hrs). Arrive at Manali and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 4, Mon (Jan 21): MANALI SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, take an excursion to Naggar and visit Gayatri temple, Shiva temple, Naggar castle, Roerich Art gallery and Urswati museum. If time permits return via Kullu where you can take a brief halt at the Emporium to purchase the famous Kullu shawls. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 5, Tue (Jan 22): KULLU AND MANIKARAN SIGHTSEEING 
Early morning, start for a day trip to Kullu and Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest sulphur spring waters and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Visit the famous Kullu Shawl Industry at Kullu. Return back to Manali in the evening. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 6, Wed (Jan 23): MANALI - CHANDIGARH / CHANDIGARH SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, drive to Chandigarh. Arrive at Chandigarh and check in the hotel. Proceed on sightseeing tour of Chandigarh including Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Museum & Art Gallery. Overnight at Chandigarh. 

Day 7, Thu (Jan 24): DEPART FROM CHANDIGARH 
After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Depart to onward destination. 

 

Option : 2 Itinerary 

Day 1, Fri (Jan 18): Arrive At Shimla 
Day 2, Sat (Jan 19): Shimla Sightseeing 
Day 3, Sun (Jan 20): Shimla To Manali 
Day 4, Mon (Jan 21): Manali Sightseeing 
Day 5, Tue (Jan 22): Kullu And Manikaran Sightseeing 
Day 6, Wed (Jan 23): Manali - Chandigarh / Chandigarh Sightseeing 
Day 7, Thu (Jan 24): Depart From Chandigarh 

 

Hotels

Total cost for 2 adults is Rs 38566 Rs 36,000 (inclusive of all taxes)

 

City Hotel Star Rating Tripadvisor Meal Plan

Shimla

(2nt: Jan 18-19)

Honeymoon Inn

(1 Deluxe)
3 Star 4.5 out of 5 CP: Breakfast included

Manali

(3nt: Jan 20-22)

Honeymoon Inn

(1 Deluxe)
3 Star 4.5 out of 5 CP: Breakfast included

Chandigarh

(1nt: Jan 23)

Hotel Sun Park

(1 Standard Room)
3 Star 3.5 out of 5 CP: Breakfast included

 

Inclusions 

Standard Inclusions 

  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis as per itinerary 
  • Meals as selected 

Cab for the entire trip (Indigo A/C) from Delhi 
Cab at disposal for all 7 days and 2400 km (garage to garage). Sightseeing and Transfers as per Itinerary. Parking and Toll Charges included. 
Start time from Delhi - 4 AM | Duration - 8 Hrs 
Start time from Chandigarh - 12 PM | Duration - 6 Hrs

 

Exclusions 

  • Personal expenses such as laundry, bottled water, soft drinks, incidentals, porter charges, tips etc
  • Meals other than mentioned
  • Entrance fees
  • Cost of airfare / train fare

 

Detailed Itinerary 

Day 1, Fri (Jan 18): ARRIVE AT SHIMLA 
Arrive at Shimla and check into the hotel. Explore the property and environs. Later visit Mall road for shopping. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 2, Sat (Jan 19): SHIMLA SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, take a local sightseeing trip. Visit Jakhu Temple situated on the Jakhu Hills. This Temple is dedicated to Hanuman, the Hindu deity. Drive on to Kufri, the winter skiing resort. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 3, Sun (Jan 20): SHIMLA TO MANALI 
After breakfast, drive from Shimla to Manali (280 kms, 10 hrs). Arrive at Manali and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 4, Mon (Jan 21): MANALI SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, take an excursion to Naggar and visit Gayatri temple, Shiva temple, Naggar castle, Roerich Art gallery and Urswati museum. If time permits return via Kullu where you can take a brief halt at the Emporium to purchase the famous Kullu shawls. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 5, Tue (Jan 22): KULLU AND MANIKARAN SIGHTSEEING 
Early morning, start for a day trip to Kullu and Manikaran. Manikaran has the World’s hottest sulphur spring waters and is a holy place for Hindus & Sikhs alike. Visit the famous Kullu Shawl Industry at Kullu. Return back to Manali in the evening. Overnight at the hotel. 

Day 6, Wed (Jan 23): MANALI - CHANDIGARH / CHANDIGARH SIGHTSEEING 
After breakfast, drive to Chandigarh. Arrive at Chandigarh and check in the hotel. Proceed on sightseeing tour of Chandigarh including Rock Garden, Rose Garden, Museum & Art Gallery. Overnight at Chandigarh. 

Day 7, Thu (Jan 24): DEPART FROM CHANDIGARH 
After breakfast, check out of the hotel. Depart to onward destination.

Please find below our booking procedure and cancellation policy. Request you to make the payment at the earliest.

 

 Booking Procedure

  • Once we receive your confirmation mail, we will block the rooms.
  • You can book your package by making advance payment of 25% (or Rs 5,000, whichever is more). However, you need to make the full payment 30 days before the date of travel. For travel during peak season, you need to pay the full amount at the time of confirmation.
  • You can make the payment via CREDIT CARD or DEBIT CARD through your Trip Dashboard. You can also do ONLINE BANK TRANSFER or CHEQUE DROP at the below account.
  • Once we receive the payment, we will send you the RECEIPT acknowledging the amount received and confirming the service.
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Cancellation Policy

15 days or more before the journey: Rs 1,000 deduction 
7 days or more before the journey: 25% deduction 
2 days or more before the journey: 50% deduction 
48 hrs before the journey or no show: Non refundable

 

Peak Season Cancellation Policy

Following policy will be applicable in peak seasons included (but not restricted to) below. 
15 days or more before the journey: 50% deduction 
7 days or more before the journey: Non refundable 

 

Peak Seasons

All destinations: 8 Nov to 18 Nov (Diwali), 15 Dec to 5 Jan (New Year) 

 

 


About Sri Lanka

 

 

                        

About Sri Lanka

 

 

SRI LANKA

 

 Sri Lanka

 

 

 

Sri Lanka (formerly known as)

 

Sri Lanka

 

 

FACTS OF THE COUNTRY

 

 

Fast Facts

Population:

19,722,000

Capital:

Colombo; 648,000

Area:

Total: 65,610 sq km (25,299 square miles)

Land: 64,630 sq km

Water: 980 sq km 

Language:

Sinhala, Tamil, English 

Religion:

Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Muslim 

Currency:

Sri Lankan rupee (SLR) 

Life Expectancy:

72 

GDP per Capita:

U.S. $3,700 

Literacy Percent:

92 

Source - (https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ce.html)

Colombo; 648,000

Location:

Southern Asia, island in the Indian Ocean, south of India

Geographic coordinates:

7 00 N, 81 00 E

Coastline:

1,340 km

Current Weather:

Tropical monsoon; Northeast monsoon (December to March); Southwest monsoon (June to October)

 

 

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS HAS TO KNOW

                        

 

Tourism Information

Useful information to keep in mind...

Travel Information Centers are maintained by Sri Lanka Tourism in Colombo, International. Airport & Kandy (KCC) to assist tourist on all aspects of their stay in the island.

 

Complaints

Complaints regarding Tourist services could be made to the Director, Corporate Division,

Sri Lanka Tourism Tel +94 112 437 057

 

Touts

Beware of touts. Avoid them. Do not accept their offer to give more for your foreigncurrency

or lead you to shops which give you special bargains it will all be for thetout's bargain only.



Tourist Police Division

A fully fledged tourist police force has been established at Sri Lanka tourism premises. Its functions are re-establishing a network of Tourist police stations in key tourist areas for visitors, both local and foreign to enjoy a hassle free holiday. The division will also protect from negative practice such as use of children for commercial sex, drugs, and other undesirable activities. You may contact the Tourist Police Division for assistance and inquiries at Tel: +94 112 421 451



Currency

Sri Lanka has a unified exchange rate for foreign currencies which floats in response to basic exchange market developments.

Sri Lanka Currency

Sri Lanka has a decimal currency system. One Sri Lanka rupee is divided in to 100 Sri Lankan cents. Currency notes are in the denominations of Rs.10/-, Rs. 20/-, Rs. 50/-, Rs. 100/-, Rs.200/-,and Rs.1000/-Rs.2000/-, Denominations clearly marked in additional to Sinhala and Tamil . Coins commonly in use are the following Denominations; 5cents, 10cents,25 cents,50 cents ,One Rupees, Tow Rupees, Five Rupees and Ten Rupees.

Currency Rates

For up to date currency rates, please click the link below:

Get Online Currency Rates

 

These rates are subject to fluctuation each day. Traveller's cheques earn slightly more. Note: The rates apply to all bills paid in foreign currency at hotels, travel agents or shops are licensed to transact business foreign currency only. Foreign currencies other than Sterling Pounds, U.S Dollars, Deutsche marks and Japanese Yen are not necessarily accepted at provincial banks.

Currency Regulations

Visitors to Sri Lanka bringing in excess US$ 10,000 should declare the amount to the Customs. All unspent monies, which were converted from foreign currencies declared on arrival, can be re-converted to original currency. You are required to produce encashment receipts.

Credit cards

Many hotels and shops accept reputed Credit cards. No surcharge should be permitted for its use. Cash advances are possible against Credit cards in certain banks.

Important

Retain some of your hotel and shopping receipts especially for gems. Those worlds make customs clearance easy.

 

Banking Facilities

Banking facilities have grown and widened tremendously to cope with the sophisticated needs of today's businessman. Sri Lankan and foreign banks provide an expanding range of services easy.

 

Visa Rules

Nationals of over 24 countries are exempt from visa requirements. However the visa they obtain at the point of entry is formally valid for only 30 days. For details contact; the Department of emigration and Immigration, Andanda Rajakaruna Mw, Maradana Colombo10 Tel: (+94) 115 32900, (+94) 115 329316/20/21/25

The Government of Sri Lanka will take action against visitors to the country who overstay their visas. Hotels and guest house which harbour such persons are also liable to prosecution.

 

Passport Photos

Most photographic Studios in Colombo, supply urgent passport size photo for visa and other requirements.

Airport Entry

Enter to the Bandaranaike International Airport, Aktunayake, is restricted except for embarking passengers. Those who wish to meet incoming passengers may do so by purchasing a ticket.

Embarkation Tax

Rs.1500/= at Bandaranaike International Airport , Katunayake.(Subject to change)

Departure and Transit lodge

There are several shops in the transit & Departure lounge of the Bandaranaike International Airport , Katunayake which sell gems, ceramics, handicrafts, batiks, cut-flower , books and picture postcards of Sri Lanka . Payment is accepted only in foreign currency.

 

Duty Free shops

 

The duty free shop at the transit and departure lounge of the Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayake has an extensive range in well known brands of liquor, hi-if equipments, wrist watched cameras, films, perfumes cosmetics, electrical appliances, cigarette lighters and souvenirs.

Payment is accepted only in foreign currency. Passengers arriving of duty free liquor from the duty free counter which is situated after immigration checkpoints.

Custom formalities

Visitors are required re-export articles brought in as personal effects. Make sure that you take back cameras and photographic equipment and any transistor radios, recorders and sound equipment declared on arrivals .The Customer check is usually oral. However, random examinations of baggage is carried out.

 

Baggage Concessions

Arrival

      • Declare all your currency, valuable equipment, jewellery and gems.

      • If you have nothing to declare you can go through the GREEN CHANNEL.

      • Your baggage should NOT contain goods for others, gods in COMMESTRICTED GOODS. Some of them are; Dangerous drugs, Weapons & explosive Devices and Gods.

      • You are required to take back all your personal effects at your departure.

      • You are entitled to;

        • i. 1-1/2litres of spirits ,2 bottles of wine.

        • ii. A small quantity of perfume and souvenirs not exceeding US$ 250/- in value.

 

Professional Teams

Filming and photographic equipment will be allowed and valid carnet or a bank guarantee or on a refundable deposit of the duty payable on the items.

Departure Permitted

      • You are entitled to take out what you have. Declared and brought into the Country and whatever you have purchased locally like gems, jewellery and Sri Lankan produced to CUSTOMS on your arrival.

Not Permitted

      • All currencies in excess of your declared amounts on arrival.

        • 1.Any Gems and Jewellery or valuable equipment not declared on arrival or NOT PURCHASED in Sri Lanka out of funds declared in to the country

        • Gold (curd, Bullion or coins)

      • Sri Lanka Currency in excess of ERs250/-

      • Firearms, explosives and dangerous weapons.

      • Antiques, statues, treasures, old books, etc.

      • Animals, birds, and reptiles and their parts (read or alive)

      • Tea, Rubber and Coconut plants.

      • Dangerous drugs. Warning do not carry dangerous Drugs. Drugs mean death by law and effect.

Rubbings

The taking of rubbings of sculpture at protected monuments is generally discouraged. It is allowed only with prior authority. Obtain permission from the Archaeological office in Colombo or at the site



Bars

Alcoholic drinks are freely available at public bars, restaurants, wine shops, stores & super markets. However sale of liquor is prohibited on Poya Days (Full Moon Days).most hotel bars and restaurants also observe this rule.

 

Electricity

 

230-240 VOLTS 50 CYCLES A.C.

 

Tourist Guide Lectures

 

Trained Registered Guide Lecturers carry identity cards issued by the Ceylon Tourist board. They could be hired thought the Travel Information Centre. Tel: +94 112 347059, or Approved Travel Agent or President, National Tourist Guide Lecturers Association of Sri Lanka 37/35 Temple Road.Colombo10.Tel : +94 112 681214

 

(SOURCE www.sltda.lk)

 

 

 

 

DESTINATIONS

                        

 

PROVINCES/ DISTRICTS/TOWNS-VILLAGES/ATTRACTIONS

  • WESTERN PROVINCE
    • COLOMBO
      • National Museum

                                    

      • Kelaniya Raja Maha Viharaya
      • Zoological Gardens
      • Victoria Golf Club
      • Night-Life
      • Clock Tower and Lighthouse
      • Galleface
      • Shopping
      • Dutch Hospital
      • City Tours

       

    • GAMPAHA
      • Henarathgoda Gardens
      • Katunayeka Air Port
      • Negombo Beach
      • Dutch Cannal

       

    • KALUTARA
      • Bodhi
      • Beruwala
      • Kalutara
      • Bentota

         

 

  • SOUTHERN PROVINCE
    • GALLE
      • Hikkaduwa Corel Gardens
      • Ambalangoda Crafts
      • Lighthouse
      • Fort
      • Galle

       

    • MATARA
      • Matara
      • Dewundara
      • Weherahena Temple
      • Polhengoda Beach

       

    • HAMBANTOTA

      • Hummanaya (Blow Hole)

      • Beaches

      • Yala National Park

      • Tissamaharamaya Temple & Lake

      • Harbor (Under Constructions)

      • Mattala Air Port (Proposed)

      • Situlpawwa Raja Maha Viharaya

      • Lunugam wehera reservoir

      • Ranminitenna Tele-Cine Village

       

  • CENTRAL PROVINCE
    • KANDY

      • The Temple of the Tooth Relic of the Lord Buddha

      • Four devalayas

      • Museum

      • Degaldoruwa Raja Maha Vihara

      • Lankathilake Vihara

      • Gadaladeniya Vihara

      • Ambekka Devalaya

      • War Cemetery

      • Kandy Lake

      • Shopping

      • City Tours

      • River Mahaweli

      • Nillamba Meditations Center

      • Garrison Cemetery

      • Peradeniya Botanical Gar

      • Udawattekelle Sanctuary

      • Kandy Esala Perahera

      • Nattarampotha Craft Village

 

 

    • MATALE
      • Aluvihare Temple

      • Riversturn

      • Wasgomuwa Sanctuary

      • Dambulla Cave Temple

      • Rangiri Dambulla Temple

      • Kandalama Lake

      • Sigiriya

      • Sigiriya Crafts Village

 

    • NUWARAELIYA
      • Nuwaraeliya hill station

      • Hakgala Botanical Gardens

      • Victoria Park

      • Nuwaraeliya Golf Club

      • Galways Land National Park

      • World’s End

      • Ambewela

      • Pidurutalagala

       

NORTH-CENTRAL PROVINCE

 

ANURADHAPURA

Anu-radha-pura Kingdom lasted one thousand and five hundred years from 380BC. This city is home to many of the earliest grandest monuments of Sri Lanka. Anuradhapura is a very popular destination of Buddhist pilgrims because of its many ancient Buddhist monuments.

Anuradhapura has been made royal capital by the king Pandukabhaya in 380 BC. It remained residence and royal capital for 119 successive Singhalese kings till the year 1000 AD when it was abandoned and the capital moved to Polonnaruwa. You will see some of the most famous as well as the tallest dagoba of Sri Lanka, remains from palaces, temples, monasteries, ceremonial baths and the temple of the holy Bo-tree. This tree was grown from a sapling of the very tree under which more than 2500 years ago the Buddha found enlightenment.

 

AWKANA BUDDHA STATUE

The 13 meter high statue carved out of solid granite goes back to the 5th century, to the reign of King Dathusena. (about 50km south of Anuradhapura) On a rainy day, it is said, that one can see droplets of water falling off the tip of the statue's nose hitting the ground exactly between the toes.- a testament to the architectural accuracy of the sculptor.

ISURUMUNIYA TEMPL

Isurumuniya temple was built in the 3rd century B.C. is noted for its rock carvings. The best known among these is the "Isurumuniya Lovers". Many a poet and song writer has taken inspiration from this carving to write their masterpieces. It is believed that the carving may represent Saliya the son of the great king Dutugamunu and the low-caste maiden Asokamala whom he loved.  

RUVANWELI SEYA (STUPA)

Ruwanveli Seya is the one of the utmost Popular stupa at Anuradhapura and is the pride of the Great Emperor Dutugamunu. Raised in the 2nd century B.C. this dagoba is supposed to have the perfect water bubble shape. Among the many statues in the courtyard there is one that is of a larger-than-life man. This is considered to be the king himself watching his work from a respectable distance.

MIHINTALE

The temple of Mihintale is built on the rock where Mahindu Theroa, the son of Great Indian Emperor Asoka introduced Buddihism to the king of Sri Lanka Devanam Piya Tissa.
Mahinda's sister Theri Sangamitta carried a off shoot of the the ', the holy Bo tree that gave shelter to Buddha to attain Nibbana. Sri Maha Bodhi' The Bo tree was planted at Anuradhapura, where it still grows as the oldest tree with a recorded history in the world.

 

ABHYAGIRIYA

Abhayagiri is the largest monastery complex in the Anuradhapura kingdom. Founded in the second century BC by king Valagamba (also known as Vattagamini Abhaya) was an international institution by the first century AD. Covering an area of 200ha the monastery include full components of a Buddhist temple as well as other buildings. The stupa at Abhayagiri is 108m tall and one of the tallest brick buildings of the ancient world.

SMADHI BUDDHA STATUE

The finest Buddha sculpture in Sri Lanka the Samadhi Statue (3- century AD) is among its many fine stone carvings.

 

JETHAWANARAMAYA

The monastery complex is built where it is believed to be the cremation grounds of the Mahinda Thera who introduced Buddhism to Sri Lanka. Founded by King Mahasena (276-303AD) the stupa at 120m high was the third tallest monument in the world at the time of the fall of Roman Empire.

 

ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM

The Folk Museum has a collection of artifacts illustrative of the rural life of the North Central Province and the near by Archaeological Museum display what is excavated from Abhayagiri temple explorations.

 

RITIGALA

A beautifully paved footpath, several elevated platforms, ruins of an old hospital and remains of a terraced pond are what is unearthed at this 180 BC Buddhist monastery at the foothill of 600m high Ritigala Rock. Dating back to around 350 B.C is one of the oldest historical places mentioned in the ancient chronicles. (about 50km south east of Anuradhapura)

 

  

 

    • Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi

 

    • Abhayagiriya Stupa

    • Jethawana Stupa

 

    • Ruwanveliseya Dagoba

 

    • The Samadhi Buddha Statue

 

    • Kuttam Pokuna (Twin Ponds)

    • Awkana Buddha Staute

 

    • Lowamaha paya

    • Thuparamaya Stupa

    • Moon Stone

    • Lankaramaya

    • Isurumuni Vihara

    • Mirisaweti Dagoba

    • Archeological Meuseum

    • Tissa Wewa

    • Nuwara Wewa

    • Kala Wewa

    • Mihintalaya

 

    • Ritigala

 

  • POLONNARUWA

    • Gal Viharaya

    • Parakrama Samudra Lake

    • Statue of King Parakramabahu

    • Meuseam

    • Nissankamalla Palace and Senate

    • King Parakramabahu’s Palace

    • Shiva Temple

    • Watadageya

    • Hatadageya

    • Ata dageya

    • Thuparamaya

    • Nissanka latha mandapa

    • Lankathilake Pilima Geya

    • Nelum Pokuna (Lotus Pond)

    • Ancient Hospital

    • 7 storied building

    • Minneriya National Park

    • Somawathie Temple

    • Medirigiriya

     

  • SABARAGAMUWA PROVINCE
    • KEGALLE

        • Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

 

    • RATHNAPURA

      • Sinharaja Rain Forest (World Heritage Site)

      • Sripadahaya

      • Kitulgala River

      • Udawalawa

      • Gems in Rathnapura

      • Ancient Walawwa at

 

  • EASTERN PROVINCE
    • AMPARA
      • Arugambay

      • Panama

      • Kumana Birds Sanctuary

      • Maduruoya National Park

      • Galoya National Park

    • BATTICALOA

      • Kalkudah
      • Pasikudah bay
    • TRINCOMALE

      • Trincomalee

      • Nilaveli

      • Seruvavila Temple

      • Koneshwaram Hindu Temple

      • Hot Water Wells

       

  • NOTHERN PROVINCE

    • JAFFNA

    • MULATIV

    • KILINOCHCHI

    • MANNAR

    • VAVUNIA

     

  • NORTH-WEST PROVINCE
    • KURUNEGALA

      • Yapahuwa

      • Paduwas Nuwara

       

    • PUTTALAMA

      • Kalpitiya Tourism Zone

      • Wilpattu National Park

       

  • UVA PROVINCE

    • BADULLA

Sri Lanka takes you to Badulla in Sri Lanka that is perpetually covered in a pleasant humid mist "the Badulla Blanket." The Badulla-Oya River wraps Badulla in a glistening silver ribbon.

Badulla, Sri Lanka is the picturesque capital town of the Uva Province. Feast your eyes on the profusion of palms and other tropical trees that cover the mountains that encircle Badulla that is located at an elevation of 600 meters above the sea level.

Sri Lanka arranges for you to visit the important Badulla tourist destinations such as the glittering Dunhinda Falls that are lovely cascades shrouded in romantic mist. You must try and visit these waterfalls that create the most fantastic and breathtaking cascades.

Trek to the Namunukula Mountains that offer some of the most enthralling views of the exotic beauty spots located in and around Badulla, Sri Lanka.

Go on tours to the Dowa Cave Temple with its enigmatic divine charm and marvel at the old Bogoda wooden bridge and the attractive doorway during your Badulla tours with Sri Lanka. Located at the bottom of a hill on the banks of a charming hill stream, the cave is a major Badulla tourist destination as it houses a 4-meters high, intricately carved rock sculpture of Lord Buddha. Admire the ancient and lovely paintings that adorn the walls of the Dowa Cave Temple.

There is a lot more to see in Badulla, Sri Lanka so come and experience natural beauty at its pristine best with Sri Lanka.

      • Rawana Ella

      • Dunhinda Falls

      • Diyaluma Falls

      • Bogoda Raja Maha Viharaya

      • Dowa Temple

      • Ella

 

    • MONARAGALA
      • Kataragama

      • Buduruwagala

      • Maligavila

 

 


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