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Sri Lanka Experience ( 10 Nights / 11 Days )



Colombo / Pinnawela / Habarana

0730 Hrs Leave for Pinnawela, visit the elephant orphanage located on the

banks of Maha Oya. This orphanage is for young elephants found abandoned by parents having fallen into pits ravines etc., and lost from their natural habitat. Most interesting to visit at feeding or bathing time.

Check in at Habarana Village Hotel.

Evening you could join on a Elephant ride – optional.





After breakfast leave for Sigiriya, climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress.

Sigiriya meaning Lion rock is more than just a fortress, it was one of themost unique cities in the history of Sri Lanka.…This famous rock fortress was built in the 5 th century AD by King Kashyapa. The climb to the summit is reached between the paws of a lion. A niche in the rock is decorated with frescoes of spellbindingly lovely maidens, it has a moat abutted by a wall and is surrounded by rock and water gardens.

PM Join for a safari drive into Minneriya National Park.

Dinner and overnight at Habarana Village Hotel..





Anuradhapura is located in the North-Central part of the island. It was the first capital and undoubtedly the grandest city of the ancient Sri Lanka . It is the home of two World Heritage sites. Many places of historical and archeological interest could be visited. Sri Maha Bodhi (sacred Bo-Tree) was brought as a sapling of the tree under which prince Siddhartha attained to enlightenment and it is over 2,200 years old and is the oldest historically documented tree in the world. At Brazen Palace (2nd century B.C), the 1600 stone columns you see are all that is left of a magnificent multi-storied residence for monks. Ruwanweliseya (2nd century B.C) is the most famous of all the Dagobas. It originally depicted the perfect ''bubble shape" that modern restoration has not been able to accurately reproduce. ''Samadhi'' Buddha statue (4th century AD) is one of the most famous statues, depicting the Buddha in a state of ''Samadhi'' or deep meditation. Isurumuniya rock temple (3rd century B.C) is well known for its rock carving of ''The Lovers''.

Kuttam Pokuna - twin ponds (6th century AD) was used by the Buddhist monks as a bathing pool. Thuparama Dagoba (3rd century B.C) is the oldest Dagoba in the island, which enshrines the right collarbone of the Buddha.

Return to Habarana Village for Dinner and overnight



Habarana / Trincomalee

After breakfast leave for Trincomalee. Check in for dinner and overnight at Club Oceanic Hotel.





After its journey from Adam's Peak , the Mahaweli River , meets the ocean at Koddiyar Bay on the east coast. On a spit of land to the north of the land locked bay, is the old town of Trincomalee . It is a seven-hour drive (257 km) from Colombo and about five (182 km) from Kandy . The town's best-known feature is its natural harbour - believed to be one of the largest, safest and most picturesque natural harbours in the world. Calm, placid, shallow seas lap wide, white sand beaches. Blessed by sunshine almost all year round, and with more than a dozen sheltered bays, Trinco (as it is also known) offers explorers a wealth of visual delights, and is a paradise for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling.

Dinner and overnight at Club Oceanic Hotel.





AM After breakfast leave for Kandy, enroute visit the Dambulla Rock

Temple. This is one of the largest cave temple complexes in South Asia. The monastery was established in the 3 rd century BC. Dambulla is best known for its rock temples and well preserved 18 th century paintings.

Proceed towards Kandy,

Check in at Citadel Hotel for dinner and overnight.





AM After breakfast leave for Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.

The garden was built as a pleasure garden and was expanded by the British. It is 147 acres in extent and has a amazing variety of trees, flowers and plants. This garden is easily one of the best of its kind in the world.

PM In afternoon return to Citadel Hotel Kandy.

KANDY was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings, which is a world heritage site. The name Kandy conjures visions of splendour and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive.

Drive around the Kandy Lake built by the last Sinhala king Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe in 1798. Visit the Kandy town and Bazaar, the arts & crafts centre and a gem museum and a lapidary. In the evening visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic and thereafter witness a cultural show featuring traditional Sri Lankan dancing.




After breakfast proceed to Bentota , Dinner and overnight at Bentota.Beach Hotel.





62 km. south of Colombo, the Bentota Resort Complex is a romantic rendezvous of river and sea with several hotels, railway station, post office, shopping arcade, cafeteria and an open air theatre showing folk and mask dancing with clusters of palms overlooking everything

Spend time at Leisure. Various water sports are available at Club Inter Sport - Optional.

Dinner and overnight at Bentota Beach Hotel.




After breakfast leave for Colombo . Check-in at Colombo Continental Hotel. Evening reserved for sight seeing in the City and shopping.