12 Nights 13 Days Package 2

Another magnificent tour that you will never forget!

DAY 1
Arrive at Bandaranaike International Airport, Sri Lanka, the tropical paradise, and be warmly greeted by our representative on arrival. There after transfer to  Galle. In this coastal town, situated 110 Km from Colombo the Dutch presence is still visible Galle was an ancient port and our first international commerce, and trade centre today, Galle is the bustling provincial capital and administrative centre of the South, it is famous for its lovely Unawatuna Bay, where the sea is reef protected and therefore safe for swimming, the old Dutch ‘star’ fort (A world Heritage Site) covering 36 hectares, the well – preserved Groote Kerk church, Dutch government house, the new oriental Hotel (1684), old bell tower and a tide  – based sewage  – system also introduced by the Dutch. In Galle they still make the Dutch ‘Pillow  – lace’ and do fine ebony carving and Gem polishing. Overnight Stay at star class Hotel

DAY 2
After breakfast proceed to Yala via visit the Hambantota Harbour and Kataragama Hindu Temple.

DAY 3
After breakfast at hotel proceed to the  Yala. The  range of habitats give rise to a good range of wildlife. Yala has the world’s highest concentration of  Leopards, although seeing this largely nocturnal carnivore still requires some luck. There are good numbers of Asian Elephants, Crocodile,  Wild Boar,  Water Buffalo and  Grey langurs amongst other large animals. 02 nights Stay at selected star class Hotel

DAY  4
After breakfast proceed to Nuwaraeliya, enroute visit a tea plantation and Hortain Plains. this beautiful town is where the British succeeded in creating a replica of the English countryside, with homes in styles from Georgian to Queen Anne. Well-kept lawns with hedges, an Anglican church, a famous golf course and beautiful parks give the place an air of nostalgia. PM- visit the World’s End.  Overnight Stay at selected star class Hotel Overnight at Heritage Hotel

DAY 5
After breakfast at the hotel leave for Kandy. Kandy the focal point of the town is the golden-roofed ‘Dalada Maligawa’, where the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha is enshrined. There are numerous shrines and temples in and around Kandy, where you will see rare paintings, frescoes, and stone carvings. shopping in Kandy, where you could fetch souvenirs in wood, copper, silver, brass, ebony, and bronze, ceramics, lacquer work, handlooms, batiks, jewellery and rush and reed-ware. Overnight Stay at selected star class Hotel

DAY  6
After breakfast proceed to  Dambulla Rock Temple.  Via visit the  Sigiriya rock and Polonnaruwa. At Sigiriya, climb the Sigiriya rock fortress of the 5th century King Kassapa. See the fortification, rock and fountain gardens, caves, frescoes, mirror wall and graffiti and the remains of the royal palace on the summit. Polonnaruwa the remains of the Royal Citadel council chamber, prince’s bathing pool and the Gal Vihare, a stone temple with its colossal sculptures of the Buddha in a quiet grove of trees as well as the still functioning Parakrama Samudra, a man made reservoir, large than our Colombo harbour, are on easy distance from each other. The new museum has an excellent scale model of the ancient city as it was.

DAY 7
After breakfast proceed to Anuradapura. 5th century BC capital. Visit the sacred Bo  – Tree, Buddhist Temples, the Twin Ponds, Samadi Statue, Remains of the Royal Palace, Museum. 02 nights Stay at selected star class Hotel

DAY 8
After breakfast at the hotel proceed to the  Trincomalee. The very old port of Trincomalee situated on the northeast coast of Sri Lanka has an idle natural harbour  at has created the region an award to be fought over by foreign powers for generations.  PM- Visit Hot and Cold Springs, Weligam Vehera and Koneswaram Kovil.

DAY 9 to 10
After breakfast leisure at hotel. 03nights Stay at selected star class Hotel

DAY 11
After breakfast  proceed to Colombo.

DAY 12
After breakfast there proceed to Colombo city tour. Colombo is the commercial capital of Sri Lanka with a population of 1, 1 million. The Fort, in the very centre of the city, is where most of the colonial remnants mainly from the British era are to be found. Nearby  Pettah  is Colombo’s busiest and most traditional bazaar, mosaic of human activities and architectural memories. 02nights Stay at selected star class Hotel

DAY 13
After breakfast and enjoying an exotic holiday in this paradise isle transfer to the Airport for Departure.Tour Price Per Person US$ *(as per twin sharing basis) with selected star class hotel and basis as in the itinerary.

Tour Price Per Person US$ *(as per twin sharing basis) with selected star class hotel and basis as in the itinerary.