Day 01 - Negombo
Rest at the Hotel
Enjoy time at the beach
Day 2 and 3 - Dambulla
Pinnawala elephant orphanage (on route to Dambulla) -
spend the morning hours with the gentle beasts of the animal kingdom and enjoy their day to day routine.
Sigiriya rock fortress -
Another UNESCO world heritage site not to be missed and enjoyed by both adventure seekers and history buffs alike. Visit the ancient frescos and ruins of once the magnificent castle of king Kashypa.
Dambulla cave temple -
A temple is renowned for its mural paintings and Buddhist statues (this is yet another UNESCO world heritage sites).
Day 4 - Kandy
Temple of the tooth -
One of the foremost sacred places of worship of the Buddhist world. Relic of the tooth of the Buddha is securely enshrined in this temple.
Kandy city tour -
Take a stroll in the city known as the hill capital of the island.
Cultural dance -
End the day with a show comprising dance routines unique to Sri Lankan culture.
Day 5 and 6 - Nuwara Eliya
Tea factory -
Experience the tea manufacturing process before enjoying a freshly brewed cup of famous Ceylon tea.
Gregory Lake – Kids will love a boat ride in this picturesque lake
Tea plantation -
Enjoy the beauty of tea plantations draping down from the sides of the mountains as you pass by.
Enjoy the hill country scenery and waterfalls -
Appreciate the nature friendly trail abundant with green filled mountains and waterfalls wrapping the mountains with scenic beauty.
Haggala botanical garden -
Take a stroll to enjoy natures wondrous flora. The garden is located at an altitude of 1745m above sea level under the shadow of the Haggala Rock and offers scenic views of Madulsima and the Namunukula mountain range
Horton Plains -
Located 32km from Nuwara Eliya (an hours’ drive from Nuwara Eliya), it is the highest plateau in the island. One of the best hikes you can enjoy in the hill country.
Day 7 and 8 - Galle/Unawatuna
Enjoy time at the beach -
Step into the sun sand and sea and wrap yourself with the warmth of tropical beaches of Southern Sri Lanka!
Galle Fort -
Built initially by the Portuguese in 1588 and later extensively fortified by the Dutch before the British finally took over and added a large gate at the entrance to the Fort
Day 9 - Colombo
Take a city tour of Colombo -
Visit Gangarama Temple, Old Parliament, light house, Independence Square and Pettah Markets
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