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  • Traverse world famous Sigiriya Rock Fortress
  • Visit to the Royal Botanical Gardens
  • Watch the gentle giants at Minneriya where the renowned Elephant gathering takes place
  • Visit the UNESCO heritage site – Kandy
  • Enjoy the cool climate at Nuwara Eliya
  • Visit the Geoffrey Bawa Gardens
  • Spend your evening on the soft sandy beaches with a drink in your hands
Day 01
Pick up from Colombo Hotel at 0600 Hrs. Transfer to the Habarana, Transfer Time: Approx. 4 Hrs. Excursion to Sigiriya Rock Fortress Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Habarana
Sri Lanka's native flower - The Olu (White Water Lotus)
Day 02
Experience the elephant gathering in Minneriya. Later proceed to Kandy. Evening Leisure by the Poolside. Transfer Time: Approx. 2.5 Hrs. Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Kandy
Elephants among the lush greenery at Udawalawe National Park
Day 03
After breakfast embark on a city tour of Kandy along with visiting the Royal Botanical Gardens. and Bakkers Falls] Evening at leisure. Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Kandy.
Day 04
After breakfast enjoy a day excursion to Nuwara Eliya which will include a visit to the Gregory Park. Transfer Time: Approx. 2.5 Hrs. Late afternoon return to Kandy. Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Kandy
Day 05
After breakfast proceed to Bentota. Transfer Time: Approx. 4.5 Hrs. Evening excursion to Madu River Safari Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Bentota
Day 06
After breakfast visit Geoffrey Bawa Gardens. Transfer Time: Approx. 4.5 Hrs. Full day at leisure by the beach or engage in water sports. Overnight stay at 3* hotel in Bentota
The thrilling water skiing expedition -Bentota
Day 07
Leisurely after breakfast, you will be dropped off in Colombo. Transfer Time: Approx. 1.5 Hrs.
Experiences & Excursions - Colombo
Available Attractions

The ancient kingdom of Kandy is home to the Temple of the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha as well as Edwardian buildings, a king-made lake, a nature reserve and exciting shops.

As the second largest city of the island and the capital of the Central Province, Kandy has grown from being a medieval kingdom to a friendly, busy city set in forested hills and surrounded by tea plantations and close to the Royal Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya. As well as the Temple of the Tooth, there are many Buddhist monasteries and Hindu places of worship to visit, and cultural dance performances to watch.

Kandy is a convenient base to stay for a few days while exploring the Cultural Triangle as there are comfortable hotels to suit every budget. The city is easily accessible from Colombo by rail, road and float plane.

Kandy in sri lanka
Nuwara Eliya

At an altitude of over 1,800m above sea level the picturesque landscape of Nuwara Eliya is known as “Little England” because of the resemblance of its homesteads to English bungalows, and it’s cool climate (there are even log fires in some hotels).

Nuwara Eliya is overlooked by Piduruthalagala, the highest mountain in Sri Lanka. In colonial days it was the retreat from the coastal heat for British residents and even today rituals like horse racing, boating on the lake, beautiful flower garden competitions and golf tournaments are held during the local holiday season months of April and August.

Most of Sri Lanka’s fresh flowers, fruits and vegetables are grown in the area and there are also dairy and strawberry farms. The Hakgala Botanical Gardens near the town is a prime attraction, as is a trek across Horton Plains.

Nuwara Eliya in sri lanka
Minneriya National Park
Minneriya National Park. Sitting in the centre of the cultural triangle, Minneriya is a good alternative to the busier parks in the south and it's easy to weave in a day here between visiting the ancient cities. The dry season, preferably from June to September, is the best time to visit the 8,890 hectare park when the ancient tank, the lake that dominates the area, dries out and the grasses and shoots push through. During this time it is possible to see herds of up to 150 elephants feeding and washing, as well as toque macaques, sambar deer and leopards. The hungry bird flocks include cormorants and painted storks. Minneriya, closest by car to the ancient city Polonnaruwa, was upgraded from a nature reserve to a national park because of the increased number of tourists coming to see the elephants.
Minneriya National Park  in sri lanka
Bentota, 62km south of Colombo, is a planned tourist development. It has a long broad sandy beach, at its best during the October to April holiday season, with safe swimming – although red warning flags fly when currents are too strong. There are some fine beachside hotels, which also have swimming pools, as well as guest houses to suit all budgets close to the carefully planned developed area. All the services a visitor requires (banks, post office, tourist shops, restaurants, a railway station) are available and the area has an atmosphere of respectability. Guests have evening entertainment in the beachside hotels and there is plenty to see on day tours from the area, such as cruising on the Bentota river, visiting the two private gardens of Brief and Lunuganga, or indulging in water sports since Bentota has a reputation as being the water sports capital of Sri Lanka.
The thrilling water skiing expedition -Bentota
Called by many names including “The Lion Rock” for its initial name of “Sinhagiri”, Sigiriya is near the town of Dambulla and is a colossal column of rock nearly 200m high. It was a royal citadel for 18 years (477-495) when it was fortified by King Kasyapa. The architectural and irrigational technologies of Sigiriya, such as the Water Gardens, still baffle engineers. The climb up steep steps of metal with railings passes a wall decorated with frescoes of bare-breasted women. Art experts consider them unique. The summit of the rock is a hectare in area and the outer wall of the palace was constructed on the brink of the rock with gardens and ponds softening the harshness of the eerie. Since it was constructed over 1,500 years ago, it is claimed by enthusiast as the Eighth Wonder of the World and is anyway a World Heritage Site. King Kasyapa selected the rock as the capital for his kingdom due to its strategic point when fending off invaders. A gateway in the form of an enormous lion was built and thus gave it the name Lion’s Rock. However after the death of the king the capital and kingdom were abandoned by its people and it served as a Buddhist monastary until the 14th century. The frescoes are probably Sigiriya’s most popular attraction. The whole face of the wall has been used as a picture gallery which to this day have been preserved. The paintings are said to have been of the Anuradhapura period. However the style of painting is unique to that of any found in Anuradhapura during its golden years.
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Description Price
Minimum Number of Pax : 10
Package rates based on per person sharing a Double/Twin Room in USD.
Per Person Double Room Rate USD 410
Per Person Single Room Rate USD 725
Per Person Triple Room Rate USD 380
Optional Extras
Airport Transfer - Departure (01-02 Pax) 40 USD
Airport Transfer – Departure (03-07 Pax) 40 USD
Inclusions & Exclusions
The above cost includes:
  • Accommodation at the 03 star hotels in the Standard Room category.
  • Breakfast at all hotels.
  • Transportation in an Air Conditioned Coach.
  • Services of an accompanying English Speaking National Guide.
  • 02 complimentary bottles of 500ml mineral water per person per day.
  • Entrance Fees to Sigiriya, Royal Botanical Garden, Tea Factory, Geoffrey Bawa Gardens & Minneriya National Park
  • 1 Jeep safari at Minneriya National Park
  • Government tax.
The above cost does not include:
  • Optional excursion/entrance fee – Water Sports 30 USD
  • Meals and beverages not included in the package price.
  • Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Tips & Expenses of personal nature.
  • Travel Insurance, Air Fare & VISA.
Availability at hotels is subject to confirmation of the tour and travel dates
Payment Policy
  • Terms & Conditions
  • Check in time at hotels will be at 14.00 Hrs. and check out is at 11.00 Hrs.
  • Minimum of 10 pax required to operate the tour.
  • No refund for unused services on tour.
  • Confirmation of the tour required minimum 20 days prior to arrival.
  • Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellation informed less than 15 days prior to arrival will be charged full cancellation.
  • Cancellations informed 15 days or (more), prior to arrival will be charged 50% cancellation.
  • Cancellations informed 31 days prior to arrival, will be eligible for a full refund.
Payment Methods
Please note we require 50% of the payment on confirmation and the balance 02 weeks prior to arrival. Or the full payment can be settled on confirmation. Payment methods –
  • On-line payment using a personal credit card (Amex/Visa/Master). Log in details will be sent on confirmation.
  • Bank transfer.