Itinerary


Day01: ARRIVE COLOMBO - TRANSFER TO KANDY

On arrival at Colombo - the capital city of Sri Lanka do the immigration on your own. Show your ETA at immigration & process the formalities. Once you are at the exit gate you will find our representative rest he will guide you.

Proceed for Kandy, En route you can visit one of the most important tourist attractions in Sri Lanka—the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Colombo. Here, caretakers and volunteers look after orphaned, abandoned, and injured elephants—you can admire them during their feeding time, or take a walk with the herd to the river nearby to watch them bathe and play around in the water. 

Once in Kandy, check into a hotel and rest if you must, before heading to either the Ceylon Tea Museum or World Buddhism Museum. End your day at Kandy Lake by enjoying a leisurely walk and sunset.

Overnight at Kandy.

Day02: KANDY SIGHTSEEING

Breakfast will be served at 7 am at the buffet area, have your breakfast.

Today enjoy a picturesque city amidst the hills, Kandy is a must-visit destination for its immense beauty and heritage. No wonder it is one of the seven UNESCO World Heritage sites in the country. Start your day by exploring the world-famous Temple of Tooth Relic (or Dalada Maligawa, as it is known locally). The temple is recognized as a world heritage site, and a sacred place for Buddhists all over the world, as it is home to a tooth of Buddha himself. 

The next stop on your list should be the Gem Museum, evidence of the richness of Sri Lanka. If you’re looking to buy souvenirs and precious stones for yourself, there’s no place better than this. Check out semi-precious gems, especially Sri Lankan sapphires in various colors, exclusive to this region. 

Dabble in Sri Lanka’s rich culture by witnessing a traditional Kandyan dance performance in the evening at the Kandy Lake Club.

Overnight at Kandy.

Day03: KANDY TRANSFER TO NUWARA ELIYA

Breakfast will be served at 7 am at the buffet area, have your breakfast. 

Check out by 9amStart your day early and proceed to Nuwara Eliya, often called the ‘England of Sri Lanka’, for its picture-perfect beauty.

En route, visit the Sri Baktha Hanuman temple which is an approximately one-and-a-half-hour drive from Kandy. The temple stands on the hills of Ramboda, where Hanuman was searching for Sita, as told in the Hindu epic of Ramayana. The Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka later built this Hanuman temple at the very site. If your visit happens to coincide with a full moon day, you can opt to witness special poojas conducted here, which are attended by large numbers of devotees. You can also visit the Seetha Amman Temple, approximately 20-minute-drive from here. As the epic has it, Sita is said to have bathed in the stream that runs from the hill at the village Sita Eliya, where this temple is located. A temple has now been built in the name of Lord Rama, Sita, Lakshman, and Hanuman, besides this stream. It is interesting to see the footprints that are said to be Lord Hanuman’s here.

Upon reaching Nuwara Eliya, check-in to your hotel and relax for a while. In the evening, visit the Gayathri Pedam, which is believed to be the place where King Ravana’s son Meghnad propitiated Lord Shiva with penance and prayers. It is said that at this location Lord Shiva granted supernatural powers to Meghnad. End your day with a Pizza at Salmia or some Indian food at Indian Summer. Stay overnight at Nuwara Eliya.

Day04: NUWARA ELYIA TRANSFER TO BENTOTA - LOCAL SIGHTSEEING

Breakfast will be served at 7 am; at the buffet area have your breakfast.

Check out at 9 am, head to Bentota, River to admire its mangroves and calm waters (carry a picnic hamper along to spend a few hours at the riverside). For a more exclusive experience, visit the Turtle Hatchery, a prime turtle-nesting site opened to the public by Wildlife Protection Society in 1981. Here you’ll see huge tanks filled with newborn turtles. In the evening, hit the clean and pristine Bentota beach for some water sports! Enjoy the beautiful sunset on the beach.

Overnight stay at Bentota

Day05: BENTOTA TRANSFER TO COLOMBO - LOCAL TRANSFER

Breakfast will be served at 7 am at the buffet area, have breakfast and process Check out by 9-9.30am, transfer to Colombo. Once you’re back in Colombo, go admire its impressive colonial-style buildings, like the Old City Hall and Dutch Period Museum (which also houses the Dutch Hospital building). You can also walk around the Viharamahadevi Park, known for its flowering trees (tip: visit anytime from March to May), or explore the streets of Colombo packed with local shoppers.

A night stroll along with the Galle Face Green on the promenade, biting a street snack, or dining at one of the many restaurants (recommended: Ministry of Crab, Barefoot Garden Café) in the city, is a perfect closure to your Colombo trip.

Day 06: DEPARTURE COLOMBO

 Breakfast will be served at 7 am at the buffet area. Have your breakfast.

Check out by 10 am, keep your baggage in the lobby (it is very much safe). You have time till the drop transfer, for a souvenir you can buy batik and other handicrafts at Laksala (the state-run handicrafts emporium), or apparel from the factory outlets in Odel. Tea connoisseurs can stock up at the Dilmah Tea Outlet at Crescent Boulevard.

On-time you will be transferred to the airport to board your flight back home.

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LocationHotel Names
KandyEmerald Hills / Similar
Nuwara EliyaSummer Hill Breeze / Similar
BentotaBlue Beach / Similar
ColomboBest Western / Similar

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Inclusion-Exclusion


Package Inclusions :

  • Accommodation at Selected Hotel Double Sharing
  • Daily Breakfast (except on arrival day)
  • Airport transfers on SIC Basis
  • Sightseeing as mentioned in Itinerary on SIC Basis

Package Exclusion :

  • Any Airfare
  • Visa Charges
  • Monument entry Tickets
  • Personal Expenses.
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Any personal expenses
  • Any service not included in inclusions or itinerary
  • Courier charges

Place of Interest


Place of Interest in Srilanka:

  • Royal Palace of Kandy: The Royal Palace of the Kandyan Kingdom is the last reminiscence of the reigning King of Kandayan, Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe. The palace dates back to the 14th century, yet witnessing the glory and glamour of the kingdom is stupendous. The Palace has seen scars from many wars and tremors of foreign invaders like the Portuguese.

The Royal court, another architectural capture has confronted many meetings formed by the king and it is here that the end of Kandyan Kingdom convention was signed.

  • Temple Of The Tooth Relic: One Of A Kind Temple. One of the most interesting places in Sri Lanka, next place in this is the one that is very unique and beautiful in every way. We are here talking about the Temple of Tooth Relic. This temple is very popular and most of the tourists coming to Sri Lanka come here definitely because of its uniqueness. Like many other popular places of Sri Lanka, this too comes in the world heritage sites and is marked so by UNESCO. The temple is spiritual and historical both.
  • Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage: The Pinnawalla Elephant Orphanage has many reasons to be called one of the beautiful places in Sri Lanka! It won’t be hard to believe if you wouldn’t want to leave this paradise.

This place is 13 km away from the town of Kegalle and one can come from any public transport. This is a very popular tourist destination and gives visitors a very different kind of experience. Watching the baby elephants doing mischief and moving here and there is a lifetime experience. One cannot get to see all this anywhere else.

  • Nuwara Eliya: Covered With Lush-Greenery. One of the most beautiful Sri Lanka tourist places, this 19th-century hill station Nuwara Eliya retains its colonial ambiance with its golf course, gentlemen’s clubs, and mock-Tudor buildings. It is one of the most beautiful locations in Sri Lanka for a scenic trail ride. Experience the stunning views of the surrounding tea plantations, waterfalls, and dramatic mountains to Nuwara Eliya.

NUWARA ELIYA ATTRACTIONS:

  1. Kitulgala
  2. Hikkaduwa
  3. Midigama
  4. Corbetts Gap
  5. Kalutara
  6. Kalpitiya
  • Bentota Beach: Beautiful Sunrise And Blue Waters. Unwind and relax on the golden sand of the Bentota beach and enjoy the beautiful sea views. One can also enjoy a boat cruise on the Bentota River and those who are looking for some adventure can enjoy some exciting water activities at the Bentota beach. Don’t forget to explore the best places to visit in Bentota while wandering here!
  • Colombo: Visit The Bustling City. The city of Colombo is certainly amongst the best places in Sri Lanka. This will be completely unfair and your trip will not be complete if you do not visit the city of Colombo, which is the capital of Sri Lanka. There are several places in this city that you can visit and that will attract you definitely.

The city is beautiful overall and the beauty of it cannot be described in words. To visit the whole city one can book a cab or tuk-tuk and can make a list of places that can be visited. It is sure that one will be able to visit the whole city in one day. 

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