With the dawn of peace in Srilanka there has been a positive change in the tourism sector and major plans are underway to promote tourism in all markets. The infrastructure development too is taking place very rapidly and we envisage a drastic turnaround in business.
Places to visit in Srilanka -:
Colombo, Kithulgala, Nuwaraeliya, Peradeniya, Kandy/Matale, Sigiriya, Dambulla, Pinnawela.
Tour itinerary of Srilanka in 5 days
Day01:- Arrival transfer from colombo Airport to Hotel.
Day02:- Colombo/ kitulgala/ nuwara eliya - Transfer from Colombo to Kitulgala (approximate 3 hrs) kitulgala a lush green, scenic town in the west of Sri lanka, kitulgalas claim to fame is the filming of a segment of the academy award winning the bridge on the river kwai. transfer from kitulgala to Nnuwara eliya (approx. 3 hrs) Nuwara eliya once called, little England, nestling at the foot of Srilankas tallest mountain Pidurutalagala, is Nuwara eliya, the islands most elevated town and home to some of the best tea plantations in the world. Surrounded by wooded mountains and its picturesque lake.
Day03:-Nuwara eliya/peradeniya /kandy-Transfer from nuwara eliya to peradeniya (approx. 2 hrs) peradeniya a few kilometers from the city of kandy are the royal botanical gardens - peradeniya, claimed to be the best in asia and one of the best of its kind in the world. Transfer from peradeniya to Kandy (approx. 20 mins)kandy locally referred to as maha nuwara, meaning the great city, Kandy is the hill capital and one of the most scenic cities in the country. It is also home to one of the most revered places of the Buddhist community in Sri lanka, and around the world. Its not only its places of historical significance that make Kandy a popular tourist destination, but also the shops displaying precious and semi precious stones, skillfully crafted Jewell, handicrafts, colorful batiks and silks; and of course there is the expansive Peradeniya botanical gardens, the largest and finest in Srilanka
Day04:-kandy/sigiriya/dambulla/matale/kandy-Transfer from Kandy to Sgiriya (approx.3 hrs) Sigiriya thought to be one of the oldest tourist attractions in the world, and declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1982, Sigiriya offers its visitors nothing less than a breathtaking experience. Standing more than 200 m tall over the surrounding plains, the rock is said to be a solidified magma plug, from a long eroded and extinct volcano. On its summit are the remains of a palace, built (by king kasyapa) in the 5th century ad. Hidden in a cave along the citadel are some of the most magnificent ancient frescoes in south Asia. Transfer from Sigiriya to Dambulla (approx. 40 minutes) Dambulla the city is home to one of Sri lankas seven UNESCO world heritage sites; the richly painted cave temple complex, is the islands largest and best preserved. Though there are more than 80 documented caves in the area, the most significant are spread over 5 caves, which comprise of statues and paintings related to lord Buddha and his life. Transfer from Dambulla to Matale (approx.1 hrs) Mmatale located in the hill country of Sri lanka, a picturesque hours drive from Kandy, Matale is a small town famed for its spice gardens. Here, visitors are able to see how spices are grown and processed. Transfer from Matale to Kandy (approx 1 hrs)
Day 05:-Kandy/Pinnawala/airport-Transfer from Kandy to Pinnawala (approx. 1 hrs) Pinnawala the Pinnawala elephant orphanage is one of Sri Lanka's most popular attractions. Situated halfway between colombo and kandy, the orphanage has a population of about 75 elephants, making it the world's largest collection of captive elephants. Transfer from pinnawala to airport or colombo (approx 4 hrs)
- Packaging Details: Colombo having flight connection all over the world , From India flt connected via Chennai & Mumbai & Kolkata