Dambulla: The cave temple is by far the most impressive of the entire many cave temple in Sri Lanka .
Among the cave's numerous statues there are 48 of the Buddha alone are images of Upulvan (Vishnu) and Saman dating from the 12 th century (they may be the earliest Devala statues to appear in a Buddhist image house). The caves history dates to the 2 nd or 1 st century BC, when King Valagam Bahu took refuge here after being driven out of Anuradhapura by invading armies.
Kandy : This year city, sheltered by the hills and looped by the Mahaweli Sri Lanka 's longest river, still holds religious and cultural significance. A stroll around the sleepy but serene Kandy Lake, where balmy winds waft across a walk through the Royal Botanical Gardens located at Peradeniya and a visit to the University of Peradeniya the spacious green campus laid out near the bank of Mahaweli is a must for any visitor to Kandy.
Late evening visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic and view a traditional dance performance.
Overnight at Mahaweli Reach Hotel.