- Nuwara Eliya
Day 1 (Night in Kandy)
Welcome the visitors at the Bandaranayake International Airport. Proceeding to Kandy via Pinnawala Elephant orphanage.
Day 2 (Night in Kandy)
Today we explore the city of Kandy, we visit Temple of the Tooth Relic – a sacred temple located in the Kandy Royal Palace Complex which houses the tooth relic of the Buddha, Kandy Lake – a beautiful lake in front of Tooth Relic Temple also known as Sea of Milk, Kandy Town, Arts and Crafts centre, Gems Gallery and Lapidary.
Later we explore Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, renowned for its collection of a variety of orchids. The garden includes more than 4000 species of plants.
Day 3 (Night in Nuwaraeliya)
After breakfast preceding to Nuwaraeliya – Little England .
We visit Anjaneyar (Hanuman) temple in Ramboda – according to ancient stories this is the place where Rama’s forces gathered to fight against King Ravana followed by a visit to the Tea Factory. Later we proceed to Nuwara Eliya – a picturesque town located in highlands of Sri Lanka and known as country’s coolest place.
Upon arrival, we visit Seetha Amman Temple – according to legends this place is believed to be the site where Sita was held captive by King Ravana.
Later we visit Hakgala Botanical Gardens (Ashok Vatika) – It is said that Demon King Ravana offered this area to Maa Sita as a pleasure garden. Hakgala Botanical Garden is Sri Lanka’s second largest Garden and houses over 10,000 species of plants and famous for diverse species of Orchids and Roses. In the evening, we have free time for relaxing and exploring the surroundings.
Day 4 (Night in Hikkaduwa / Bentota)
After Breakfast proceeding to Bentota – Beach side Hotel.
We are proceeding to Bentota – a resort town on Sri Lanka’s southwest coast, graced by palm trees and a serene atmosphere and is also a popular weekend getaway.
Upon arrival we have free time for shopping at Ambalangoda which is famous for antique shops with unique fancy jewellery items.)
Day 5 (Night in Bentota)
Arriving in Galle, we will take a tour of the Galle Fort and it’s beautifully restored colonial-era buildings. This walled fortress was originally built by Portuguese in the 16th century, and expanded by Dutch East India Company in the 17th. Most of the buildings constructed in these times still stand and are a representative example of European architecture in South Asia during the colonial era. Fortress has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest surviving colonial fortress on the island.
Day 6 (Night in Colombo)
We are proceeding to Colombo. Upon arrival we have free time to relax and explore the surroundings. Upon arrival we visit shopping complexes. Sight seeing. Casino in the night/ Spa etc.
Day 7 - Departure
After breakfast sight seeing and proceeding to airport.
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