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Spirit of Ceylon

Sri Lanka
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5 days 4 nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

25 people




Few tiny islands, if any, possess the same degree of geographic variety, and Sri Lanka’s tea-growing highlands provide stunning views. When you travel from Kandy into the highlands, you’ll see Sri Lanka at its most dramatic: a place of bubbling mountain streams, steep hillsides covered in brilliant green tea, and sweet-scented Cyprus and Eucalyptus trees. The British turned the mountainside town of Nuwara Eliya, which still has a significant amount of its colonial charm, into a summer getaway in the early 1800s.


  • Arrival transfer
  • Village walking Tour
  • Mountains Hiking
  • Ayurvadic Spa
  • Visit Local Temples
  • Ride a Tuk Tuk Experience
  • Local Life
  • River Boat Ride
  • Sigiriya Rock
  • Spice Garden
  • Temple of the Tooth
  • Tea Plantations
  • Local Cooking Experience
  • Visit Buddhist Monastery
  • Farewell Dinner


When you arrive at the airport, our personnel will be ready to greet you kindly. Fly to Negombo throughout the night. Following your flight, you have a brief 20-minute transfer to your first-night lodging in Negombo. North of the nation's capital, Colombo, on Sri Lanka's west coast is the city of Negombo. The ruins of the 17th-century Dutch Fort now shelter a prison close to the lake. The Hamilton Canal, built during the Dutch era, feeds into Negombo Lagoon, which is bordered by fishermen's huts. South of the canal is Colombo. One of the country's main commercial hubs and its administrative headquarters is Negombo. As well as for its extensive sandy beaches and its age-old fishing industry. Plan for tour itinerary Activities : • Warmly welcome to Sri lanka meet our representative at the airport • Colombo airport to transfer to Negombo Beach hotel • City Tour & FishmanVllage Night view • Relax on the beach and get a fresh sea water bath • Evening plan Next Day activities with the tour guide. • Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel • Overnight stay at hotel.
DAY 2 : Sigriya Via Dambulla
The following breakfast, depart for Sigiriya at 7:00 am. Climb the Sigiriya Rock Fortress (which has been named the 8th Wonder of the World) and take an elephant ride in Habarana in the evening. Spend the night at a posh hotel in the same area. Long story short, Sigiriya. Due to a conflict between two brothers, the rock was created. King Kashyapa erected the enormous rock fortification known as Sigiriya. To defend himself from his brother King Mogallana, King Kashyapa built this fantastic location. There is a horrible story connected to the Sigiriya rock. King Mogallana had been the heir apparent, but King Kashyapa had usurped the kingdom by force. King Kashyapa feared that his brother might reappear and claim the crown for himself. He, therefore, constructed this rock fortress as a means of defense. He did not want his brother to intrude in any way. The name refers to a location with the historical and archaeological value that is distinguished by a large, approximately 200-meter-tall rock column. Excellent technology was utilized in the construction of the fort. The granite stronghold was ultimately demolished after Moggallana managed to vanquish Kashyapa. It was formerly a Buddhist monastery, and once the palace was destroyed, it once more turned into one. Europeans later discovered Sigiriya in 1831. Jonathan Forbes, a British army major, came into Sigiriya while traveling from Polonnaruwa. The excavation of this rock stronghold by numerous historians and archaeologists led to the discovery of the rock's entire splendor. Several miles north of Sigiriya is a huge rock known as Pidurangala. The two rocks have a shared past since, in the fifth century, King Kasyapa relocated local monks to a new monastery on Pidurangala Rock while he was constructing the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Ancient artifacts reflecting Buddhist, Hindu, and western ideas can still be found in an ancient cave temple, and the stupa to the left of the temple entrance is thought to symbolize the location where King Kasyapa was cremated. A more difficult climb than Sigiriya, Pidurangala offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside and a breathtaking perspective of the magnificent Sigiriya Rock. Overnight Hotel Sigiriya Stay (Total Travelling Distance around 160Km). Plan for tour itinerary Activities: • Challenging climb Rock Sigiriya, • Second incredible view of the majestic Sigiriya Rock. From Pedurangala • Get the most valuable Experience Srilankan Village lifestyle • Cave temple & Golden temple • Bull cart Driving River safari, paddy field activities • Evening plan Next Day activities with the tour guide. • Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel • Overnight Stay at the same hotel.
DAY 3 : Kandy Via Nuwaraeliya
Breakfast earliest proceed to Kandy and see the Temple of the Tooth at 6:00 AM. As you go to Nuwara Eliya in the twilight, you will pass over misty mountaintops and admire lovely tea estates. We plan to arrange your lunch at the Ramboda Falls Hotel, which faces the stunning Ramboda Waterfall, and an overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya while you're traveling. Kandy This holy Buddhist monument, also known as the city of Senkadagalapura, served as the last capital of the Sinhala kings, whose support allowed their civilization to flourish for more than 2,500 years before the British took control of Sri Lanka in 1815. A well-known pilgrimage site, it is also home to the Temple of the Tooth Relic, which houses the Buddha's precious tooth. A Buddhist temple called Sri Dalada Maligawa, also known as the Temple of the Holy Tooth Relic, is located in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is situated within the complex of the old Kingdom of Kandy's royal palace, which also houses a tooth-of-Buddha relic. The relic has been significant in local politics since the beginning since it is thought that whoever controls the relic controls the nation. The temple is the main reason Kandy, the last capital of the Sri Lankan monarchs, is a World Heritage Site. With plants transported from London's Kew Garden, the Peradeniya botanical garden was originally founded in 1843 and now spans 147 acres. It covers an overall area of 147 acres. The Botanic Gardens have their roots in 1371 when King Wickramabahu III first came to power and held court in Peradeniya, close to the Mahaweli river when Alexander Moon lay the foundation for the present-day gardens. George Gardner, the superintendent, increased its independence and grew it in 1844. After that, it was governed by a few superintendents before being placed under the Department of Agriculture's jurisdiction in 1912. During the Second World War, the Allied Forces also used the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya as their South East Asian headquarters. The Imperial Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya were included in The Guardian's 2018 list of the "10 best botanical gardens throughout the globe." Samuel Baker, an explorer of Lake Albert and the upper Nile, founded Nuwaraeliya in 1846. Due to its favorable climate, Nuwara Eliya quickly rose to prominence as the British planter's and public servants' preferred retreat in Ceylon. The British colonialists could indulge in their sports, such as fox hunting, deer hunting, elephant hunting, polo, golf, and cricket, in Nuwara Eliya, often known as Little England, in the hill country. They could also enjoy the best Ceylon tea from Nuwara Eliya of Central Hills Country Sri Lanka. The golf course, trout streams, Victoria Park, and boating or fishing on Lake Gregory are a few of the town's natural attractions. Hakgala Botanical Gardens is a lovely and popular oasis where you can see roses and tree ferns as well as find a sanctuary for monkeys and blue magpies. About 160 kilometers (Total Traveling Distance 176 km/Normal Temperature in Nuwara Eliya 15 c). Plan for tour itinerary Acuities: • Transfer to Kandy Via Peradeniya Botanical garden & Kandy Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic • Nuwara Eliya En-route visit Romboda waterfalls • Tea factory & tea plantations activities of tea flakes work experience • Strawberry farm & test of fresh Strawberry • Arrival to Nuwara Eliya Visit to HakgalaBotanical
DAY 04: Kithulgala Via Colombo
Return to Colombo via Hatton after breakfast while seeing the picturesque waterfalls and tea plantations. And there, at Kithulgala, we can schedule a session of water rafting on the Kelani River (based on your interest). Furthermore, we can set up a secure river bath in Kithulgala. You will embark on an extremely daring white water rafting ride down the Kelani River with knowledgeable instructors following a thrilling mountain bike excursion. You would be able to take a peaceful plunge in the water at any point along the journey. You will be given a rice and curry supper at the rafting camp after your heart-pounding water adventure. White water rafting and canyoning after a brief period of relaxation, staying at camp Return to Colombo in the evening and spend the night there at a five-star hotel. (Total Distance Traveled: 162km). Plan for tour itinerary Acuities: • Arrival at Kitulgala Adventures Camp by 11 AM and a Welcome drink will be served • Lunch at the camp • Go for natural rock pool sliding and confidence jumps • Back to the camp and enjoy a cup of Tea with snacks • White water rafting Kelani River safe river Bath in Kithulgala. • Evening return to Colombo Overlook in night time Colombo • Evening plan Next Day activities with the tour guide. • Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel • Overnight stay at hotel
Day 5 End Point Colombo AirPort, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Colombo is Sri Lanka's commercial capital and the country's most populous metropolis. The Brookings Institution estimates that 752,993 people live in the city proper of Colombo, which has a total population of 5.6 million. Both a tourist destination and the island's financial hub are located there. The official administrative capital of Sri Lanka is Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, also referred to as Kotte. An outlying city is Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte. Transportation to Colombo Bandaranaike Airport by the timing of your flight. Plan for tour itinerary Acuities: • Last few hours Visiting En-Route to airport • Gangarmaya temple ,Colombo Galle face green terrace • Old parliament building • Transfer to Airport higher way Express • Good bye Sri Lanka


  • Accommodation -We provide Accommodation for 4 Nights -Modern hotels with breakfast and dinner included.
  • Guide -We provide you with a chauffeur English speaking .who will also act as your driver. We offer expert site guides on your request to explain our guests anything they need to know.
  • Meals -Bottled Water, Breakfast and dinner is included in the tour.
  • Lunch, and other snacks excluded.
  • Transport -Transport in A/C Vehicle (CAR /VAN /BUSES/TUK TUK /TRAIN).
  • Transport by air-conditioned vehicle with an English speaking experienced driver.
  • 1-3 Travelers: We use car (5 seats Toyota Prius or similar)
  • 4-6 Travelers: We use van (10 seats Toyota Super GL or similar)
  • 7-08 Travelers: We use mini bus (15 seats Hiace or similar)
  • The guests will be provided with good quality, air conditioned, comfortable vehicles and all vehicles will have baby seats available if needed.
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  • Insurance
  • Entry tickets & Activates fees
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