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8 Day Golf Tour

With three 18-hole world-class golf courses including two in the hill country and an old-established one in Colombo, Sri Lanka presents a challenge for the ardent golfer. This eight day tour includes visits to all the courses and also reveals the amazing contrast in scenery and elegance of the three places.

The tour allows plenty of time to see more of Sri Lanka beyond the various golf links. There is a guided tour of Colombo included before the scenically stunning drive through the hill country to Nuwara Eliya to spend two nights in a classic grand hotel by the golf course. Next drive through the hills to Kandy to visit the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Temple of the Tooth and to stay for two nights by the broad Mahaweli River with a morning enjoying a round of golf at the Victoria Golf & Country Resort. The last night is spent at the beach resort of Negombo, convenient for transfer to the airport.

Day 01
Overnight stay at Cinnamon Grand, Colombo

Arrival at the Colombo International Airport. Clients will be met by their English speaking chauffer guide and Airport Staff.

Thereafter, proceed to Colombo, Sri Lanka’s commercial capital and Check-in to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.

  • Deluxe Room
  • Pillow menu
  • Bath tub with a shower
An amazing view of Cinnamon Grand Colombo at night
Day 02
Overnight stay at Cinnamon Grand, Colombo

After a leisurely breakfast this morning you will proceed to the Royal Colombo Golf Club for a half-day session of Golf. Forget all of life’s problems and get lost in an exciting game of golf on one of Sri Lanka’s best golf courses. Set off on a city tour in the evening and visit the major landmarks of Colombo.

  • Deluxe Room
  • Pillow menu
  • Bath tub with a shower
Enjoying a recreational golf tour at sunset
Day 03
Overnight stay at Grand Hotel, Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast leave for NUWARA ELIYA. Visit a tea factory/plantation. Here we will give a demonstration of how the tea leaves are plucked on a daily basis. Enjoy a cup of one of the world’s best teas as you gaze out at the beautiful surroundings. Spend the rest of the day at leisure doing whatever you want.

  • Deluxe Room
  • Cable/Satellite Television
  • Hair Dryer
The radiant smile of a tea plucker in Hill-country
Day 04
Overnight stay at Grand Hotel, Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast this morning, you will visit the Nuwara Eliya Golf Club for a session of Golf amongst the misty hills of Sri Lanka. The surrounding landscapes are extremely beautiful making your game a satisfying and relaxing experience. Return to your hotel for some much needed rest.

  • Deluxe Room
  • Cable/Satellite Television
  • Hair Dryer
A tourist enjoying golf at a golf course in Sri Lanka
Day 05
Overnight stay at Cinnamon Citadel, Kandy

Thereafter transfer to the hill capital of Sri Lanka – KANDY. Sri Lanka’s last kingdom of kings. Enjoy the beautiful Royal Botanical Gardens, witness a cultural dance and visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic for an insight in to the Buddhist faith followed by the majority in the country.

  • Superior Room
  • In room tea/coffee
  • Mini Bar
Breathtaking exterior view of Dalada Maligawa at night
Day 06
Overnight stay at Cinnamon Citadel, Kandy

After breakfast you will head off to the Victoria Golf Club for another session of Golf up in the hills. The course is situated east of Kandy in the city of Digana. Then return to your hotel and spend the rest of your evening at leisure

  • Superior Room
  • In room tea/coffee
  • Mini Bar
The stunning outdoor pool of Cinnamon Citadel Kandy
Day 07
Overnight stay at Jetwing Sea, Negombo
Enjoy breakfast at leisure and leave for Negombo Sri Lanka’s very own Little Rome. Enjoy the city and the beautiful beach as you take in some sun before you end your holiday in tropical paradise.
  • Deluxe Room
  • Bathroom with hot and cold water
  • Hair dryer/magnifying shaving mirror
Overnight stay at Jetwing Sea, Negombo
Day 08
Safe trip home

After breakfast head towards the Airport with happy memories.

Close up view of an Aero plane landed on the ground at sunset
Available Attractions

Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, sprawls along the west coast some 30 minutes by the new Expressway from the International Airport. Its suburbs are chaotic, clogged with traffic and packed with office and residential buildings but the centre of the city has been renewed with bright new high rise hotels and office blocks, restored and re-painted Edwardian mansions and broad tree lined boulevards.

Colombo seems set to recapture its reputation as the Garden City of Asia because of its parks and playing fields, inspired architecture and spaciousness, air-conditioned shopping malls, high-end restaurants and hotels to suit all budgets. There is no metro system of trains and buses are usually packed with commuters so a good way to explore the city is by one of the ubiquitous, buzzing three wheeler taxis known as ‘tuk tuks.’

Amazing capture of Beira Lake & Colombo city view
Royal Colombo Golf Club
Established in 1879, The Royal Colombo Golf Club is one of the finest golf clubs in Sri Lanka. The club is located in the heart of the city, and being one of only two golf courses in the city provides members and guests a great relaxation from their busy work schedules. The RCGC as it is popularly known is playing a prominent role in the development of the game of golf in the country. Brilliantly landscaped, the 18-hole golf course is immaculately maintained.
A tourist enjoying golf at a golf course 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
Nuwara Eliya Golf Club
Walking distance from the town center spread over 90 acres, over a hundred years old (built in 1891), the 18 holes golf course is one of Nuwara Eliya’s biggest attractions. It is reputed to be the only Golf Course where all the holes are visible from the Club House or accessible by car.
Enjoying a recreational golf tour at sunset

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
Royal Botanical Gardens

Known for its collections of exotic orchids and acres of sprawling lawns and trees, the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens is close to Kandy. It was created in a royal park by the British in the 19th century with plants gathered from around the island, together with tea seedlings from India. Today this is an attraction for tourists as well as for young people enjoying each other’s company in the beautiful parkland scenery.

The gardens feature a classical Avenue of Palms, extend over 147 hectares and are home to 4,000 species of plants including orchids, spices, herbal and medicinal plants and a range of palm trees. With a cool climate and elevation (500m above sea level) the gardens are surrounded on three sides by a loop formed by the River Mahaweli.

An Alley of multicolured flowers in Peradeniya Botanical Gardens
Temple of the Tooth Relic

The golden canopy of the medieval Temple of the Tooth is a landmark dominating the ancient kingdom, now modern city, of Kandy

The Sacred Relic of Buddha’s tooth was brought from India in the 4th century before being housed in a specially created temple in Kandy in the 16th century. The moat and octagonal structure were added later. The tooth relic is enclosed in seven golden caskets enriched with gemstones, in the shape of a Stupa, within the depths of the temple. The temple is open to visitors.

An annual procession (Perahera) of a replica of the tooth casket takes place in August. Elephants are colourfully caparisoned and garlanded with flowers and lights while crowds thrill to the sight of fire eaters, stilt dancers, whip crackers and jugglers parading to the rhythmic vibrations of Kandyan drums.

Breathtaking exterior view of Dalada Maligawa at night

Within 20 minutes by car from the airport, on the west coast of Sri Lanka some 35km north of Colombo, the former fishing village of Negombo is now a hot spot for tourists. Negombo has a vibrant after-beach night life with a slew of bars and restaurants. The beach itself is shared with fishermen and one of the most photographed scenes is of the fishing boats red sails in the sunset.

There is plenty of beach action too, such as kite surfing, whale watching and boat rides. There several dive stations and Negombo is a popular destination for windsurfing competitions. Negombo has many resorts and holiday inns that are up to the mark for those who wish to stay for some time. These places will give you easy access to enjoy all the activities and some even have packages to offer.

Fishermen hauling their nets out of sea as the sun set
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Description Price
Per person sharing a double room Approximately US$ 1,160
Inclusions & Exclusions
The above cost includes:
  • 7 nights’ accommodation on bed & breakfast basis while at Colombo, Nuwara Eliya, Kandy, Negombo.
  • Transport in an Air-Conditioned car with an accompanying English speaking Chauffeur Guide.
  • Government Tax (11%)
The above cost does not include:
  • Early check-in & Late check-out.
  • Entrance/excursion costs to the places mentioned in our itinerary.
  • Tips and other expenses of a personal nature
Availability at hotels is subject to confirmation of the tour and travel dates
Payment Policy
Please note we require 50% of the payment on confirmation and the balance 2 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.