This is the longest out of the lot, the 8-day paradise, nature, and wildlife tour offers you the best of the magical island. This is a blend of wildlife, culture, heritage, beach, nature and you name it! Get lost in the ruins of ancient kingdoms to start the tour and experience the rich cultural heritage in Kandy. Next day you can wake up and enjoy the surroundings of the hill country and enjoy a cup of Ceylon tea. The same tour blends you with some amazing wildlife and touch of tropical beach experience of southern Sri Lanka. To end this amazing journey, you should definitely enjoy the signature city tour in Colombo.
You are warmly welcomed by one of our team members to this little island. our First destination is Dambulla cave temple which is situated near to Sigiriya. Normally This is 127 KM away from the airport.
Dambulla cave temple – Located at an altitude of 1118 feet from sea level stands a massive rock of surrounding plains of Dambulla 600 feet high and over 2000 feet in length. It is home to the world’s most acclaimed cave complex, consisting of beautiful Buddha images and brightly painted rock paintings and painted and built forms dating back to around the 2nd century BC.
After Visiting Temple gets ready to get the experience of one of World Heritage Site known as Sigiriya.
Sigiriya – mystery and the most impressive archaeological landmark in Sri Lanka, the fortress complex includes remnants of a ruined palace, surrounded by an extensive network of fortifications, vast gardens, ponds, canals, alleys and fountains.
On the 2nd day, We will visit The second most ancient of Sri Lanka’s kingdoms journey will be proceeded to this ancient city know as Polonnaruwa.
Polonnaruwa –This UNESCO World Heritage Site complex is a treasure for the history buff, significant Buddhist and Hindu monuments every few meters apart from each other, such as the Gal Vihara, the Polonnaruwa Vatadage, ‘Satmahal Prasada’ – a seven-storey edifice, the Palace of King Parakramabahu, statue of King Parakramabahu and countless others, along the picturesque Parakrama Samudraya(Tank).
We start the rest of the tour all the way to Pinnawala. Normally this is about two and half hour’s journey. I want to see a paradise of elephants here is the best place. Honestly, this is the chance to get closer to this beautiful animal. We are giving you the chance not only getting closer but also you can feed them/ bath them. Maybe this is your first time in your life.
Pinnawala Elephant orphanage – This is a rare opportunity to get up close with such a great amount of elephants. Seeing the bottle feed of baby elephants and watching them do tricks are the highlights of the tour. Riding elephants, taking pictures with them and watching them bath makes this tour unforgettable.
This place is a heaven on earth for photographers and wildlife lovers as these elephants are kept in open. This place is also safe for kids and they fall in love with elephants more than adults.
And We continue the journey to Kandy. This is one of Sri Lankan ancient city. This historical city has been protecting the most sacred place of the Buddhist world. The home of the Sri DaladaMaligawa (Temple of the tooth relic)
Kandy Temple – Sri Dalada Maligawa of Kandy, the temple that houses the relic of the sacred tooth of the Buddha, is probably the Buddhist shrine. This is worshipped not only by Buddhists in Sri Lanka but by Buddhists around the world.
Kandy culture Show – This cultural program describes various forms of Kandyan dance that once originated in the region but has now spread to different parts of the island. Kandyan dance plays an important role in Sri Lankan culture and is a highly anticipated event during Perahera processions. During the show, you will see several dances describing the graceful movements of birds and animals, which go back to the ancient ritual known as Kohomba Kapkariya, as well as energetic acrobatic performances where men perform a series of jumping pirouettes and waterfalls such as the rotating plates and the dramatic “march to fire” that ends the show.
On the 4th day, We proceed to the most beautiful city in Sri Lanka this is called little England was known as Nuwara Eliya. The coolest climate in Sri Lanka. The area is the best place for tea production in Sri Lanka. Here is the begging of the tea. Everything you need to know about tea is here. From the begging to the end will be explained by our team of tea production.
Tea factory–. you will usually start in the plantation itself to learn about the tea culture, then visit the factory where old machines before the industrial revolution wither, roll and dry tea. At the end of the visit, you will usually have some time for a tea tasting, a particular type of tea or, occasionally, different specialities of this plant. Like a wine tasting, a traditional tea tasting would involve drinking tea (without milk), squirting it around the mouth to get the taste, then spitting it in a spittoon.
The final visit of the day is the Botanical Garden. This is one of the five botanical gardens in Sri Lanka, known as Haggala Botanical Garden.
Haggala Botanical Garden – The gardens take the form of several terraces on the lower slopes of the rock and face the valley of Uva, through which one can admire magnificent views of the mountains of Madulsima and Namunukula. The climate of the gardens is subtropical, fresh, cool and looks like an alpine atmosphere.
In the morning We proceed to Yala for Safari. Get ready for a wildlife experience.
Yala Safari – most famous and second largest wildlife park in Sri Lanka, where you can explore the jungle and witness some of the most beautiful animals like Sri Lankan Elephant Leopard, Sloth Bear, and Wild Water Buffalo during the 4-5 hour safari.
On the 6th day, We head to the coast. The road that is all the way to Galle lies along the coast. Travelling on this road is a mind-blowing experience after a long journey. The first Visit is Galle fort and lighthouse.
Galle fort – the famous 130-acre Galle Dutch Fort has the scenic view of the Indian ocean and opportunity to explore the Dutch architecture of colonial past with its cobblestone paved narrow streets, historical buildings and monuments in this UNESCO World Heritage will give you unforgettable memories about your Sri Lankan Tour.
Lighthouse – The Stone Clock Tower, the ramparts and the lighthouse are just some of the most notable monuments to visit when in the Galle fortress.
Then we head to Bentota to see the beauty of Madu river. This river is well-known for boat safari, fish therapy and there is an island called cinnamon island that you can learn how cinnamon made and have some cinnamon tea.
On the 7th day, You can leisure on the beach.
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