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Heritage & Wildlife Tour (09 Nights / 10 Days)

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Tour based sharing twin on half board basis (Breakfast + Dinner)

Day

Route

Places Visited

Over Night

1

Airport – Colombo

Colombo City Tour

Colombo

2

Colombo – Anuradhapura

Pinnawela,Elephants Orphanage

Anuradhapura

3

Anuradhapura

Anuradapura Ruins

Anuradhapura

4

Anuradhapura – Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa Ancient City

Giritale

5

Giritale – Sigiriya – Kandy

Sigiriya Rock Fortrese, Temple of Tooth

Kandy

6

Kandy –Nuwara Eliya

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens

Nuwara Ealiya

7

Nuwara Eliya – Yala

Safari Of Yala National Park

Tissa/ Kataragama

8

Kataragama – Bentota

Galle Fort

Bentota

9

Bentota

Leisure

Bentota

10

Bentota – Airport

 

 

 

Heritage & Wildlife TourTour includes:

  • Accommodations sharing twin
  • Meals on half board basis (breakfast & dinner)
  • Air-conditioned private transport
  • Entrance fees at Locations
  • English speaking chauffeur-guide
  • Government tax and service charge

 

Detailed Itinerary

 

Day 01 - Airport / Colombo

Airport  transfer  to a Hotel in Colombo.
“Colombo is a fascinating city not only for a comfortable blend of east & west, but also a cosy mixture of past & present. It is the commercial hub of the country & is only 34 Km from the airport. Places of interest are the Galle Face Green, the Fort, Pettah, Town Hall, Independence Memorial Hall etc”

Dinner & overnight stay in Colombo .

 

Day 02 - Colombo/Anuradhapura

After breakfast  leave  to  visit Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawela. Optional  lunch at Dambulla. After lunch visit Dambulla Rock Cave Temple.
Dinner & overnight stay at  Anuradhapura .

Dambulla Rock Cave Temple:

This rock cave temple is must for any tourist who visits Sri Lanka. A history, which dates back to the 1st centaury BC and awarded the first prize for the best photograph at the World Tourism Organization in 1995.

Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage:

An orphanage, which was built to take  care of elephants. This orphanage is situated in the Kegalle district on the Colombo - Kandy high way.

 

Day 03 - Anuradhapura

After breakfast visit Cultural sites in Anuradhapura.
“Anuradhapura lay deserted for hundreds of years, the ruins buried deep in the jungles of the dry zone of Sri Lanka. The visitor might imagine that an explorer had stumbled on the lost city and brought it to light. But Anuradhapura, city of 113 kings was never forgotten to the people of Sri Lanka. Anuradhapura is the birthplace of Sinhala civilization & one of the world’s largest archeological sites. It is considered as the greatest monastic city of the ancient world, &  was founded in the 5th century BC. The artwork and architecture of Anuradhapura are too numerous to mention; among them are ancient Buddha statues showing the influence of Greek art and also some of he world’s largest stupas.”
Dinner & overnight stay at Anuradhapura.

 

Day 04 - Anuradhapura/ Girithale

After breakfast leave for Polonnaruwa. Optional  lunch  at  Polonnaruwa. After lunch visit Cultural sites.
“Polonnaruwa was the capital of Sri Lanka from the 11th to the 13th century AD.  This ancient city is today one of the most beautiful centres of this island's cultural heritage. In its prime, the city, inside it's 3½ miles strong encircling walls, housed hundreds of thousands of people. The remains of this ancient city comprised of many buildings and irrigation works. The buildings, mainly brick structures, included the inner city area (with two palace complexes of two different kings), inner & outer city walls, a number of monastic complexes with stupas, image houses & dwelling cells of monks. Also contained were refectories, assembly halls (chapter house, bathing pond etc.    
Dinner & overnight stay at Girithale.

 

Day 05 - Girithale / Sigiriya / Kandy

After breakfast visit to Sigiriya Rock Fortress. After which proceed for Kandy. En-route visit a spice garden. Optional lunch. Visit the Kandy temple in the evening.

Sigiriya:

This rock of the 5th century AD was a monastery before King Kasyapa built his kingdom. Better known, as the “Lion Rock” is a Citadel rising up to 560ft from the surrounding area. The popular frescoes of the maidens of heaven are found in the caves of this rock.
Kandy: (1815-1948)
The last and most popular kingdom in the history  of Sri Lanka. The British army captured Kandy in 1815 and ruled for almost 133years before the independence of Sri Lanka in 1948.
Dinner & Overnight stay at Kandy

 

Day 06 - Kandy/Nuwara Eliya

Proceed to Nuwara Eliya en-route visit a tea factory.  Optional Lunch  at Nuwara Eliya. Evening visit the Hakgala botanical gardens.
“The center of the hill country also called the “Hill station” in British colonial jargon. This ruggedly picturesque location almost 6200 feet in elevation with it’s soft English spring climate is very English in it’s landscape & buildings; which of course was started by the British, who made it their hill resort, during their rule in Sri Lanka.”
Dinner & Overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya.

 

Day 07 - Nuwara Eliya /Yala / Katahragama

After breakfast leave for Yala. Optional  Lunch at Tissamaharama. After lunch visit Yala national park in Jeeps.

Yala National Park:

The most  popular national park in Sri Lanka. Established in 1938 with a land area of approx 121000 ha. This park is situated in the Hambantota and Monaragala district. It is home for almost all the animals and birds that are found in Sri Lanka. 
Dinner & Overnight stay  at Katharagama.

 

Day 08 - Katahragama /Bentota

After breakfast depart for Galle. Visit the Galle fort and popular tourist attractions.  Optional lunch at Galle or similar.
“The earliest recorded history of the city dates back to the year 545 AD, to the chronicles of the Roman historian, Cosmas. From then on records are very sparse - until the landing of the famous Arab navigator Ibn Batuta. Over the next 100 years, the city was the chief port of the island, for it attracted spice traders.The Portuguese came to Galle in 1505, followed by the Dutch in 1640. When Colombo fell to the British in 1796, the fort was handed over & used as an administrative center, a function which it performs to this day”.
Dinner & Overnight stay at Bentota.

 

Day 09 - Bentota

Day leisure at the Beach Resort.
Dinner & Overnight stay at Bentota.

 

Day 10 - Bentota / Airport

After breakfast a city tour of Colombo and proceed to the airport in time for the fligh


Tour includes:

  • Accommodations sharing twin
  • Meals on half board basis (breakfast & dinner)
  • Air-conditioned private transport
  • Entrance fees at Locations
  • English speaking chauffeur-guide
  • Government tax and service charge

 

Tour does not include:

  • International airfare
  • Lunch & beverages
  • Expenses of a personal nature (telephone calls, laundry etc,.)
  • Personal travel and medical insurance
  • Departure airport tax
  • Perahera supplement

 

 

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