Day 01 Airport to Habarana
Welcome on Arrival by a Sanota Walkers representative
En Route visit Pinnawala Elephant orphanage
Proceed to Habarana
Dinner & overnight stay in Habarana
About Elephant Orphanage
Let us start the day by visiting the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage which is an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants. The orphanage was opened in 1975 to provide shelter and care for orphaned baby elephants found wandering around the jungles of Sri Lanka and was established by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation.
After immersing yourself in the history of Sri Lanka and marvelling at the amazing engineering and artistic wonders of the ancient world, let us now go visitHabarana.
Day 02 Sigiriya Habarana
After Breakfast proceed to Sigiriya rock fourtess
Lunch in Habarana
Proceed to Minneriya National Park (Jeep safari)
Dinner & overnight stay in Habarana.
The day will start with a trip to the Sigiriya Lion Rock. Sigiriya is labelled as the Eighth Wonder of The World and is located in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. Sigiriya, labelled as the Eighth Wonder of the World, is the best preserved city centre in Asia from the 1st millennium and the best known monument here is undoubtedly the rock fortress of Sigiriya also known as the Sigiriya Lion Rock.
Minneriya National Park
Being part of the elephant corridor which joins up with Kaudulla and Wasgomuwa parks, Minneriya National Park gives the opportunity to see herds of Elephants throughout the year.May to October is the best period to visit Minneriya National Park in view of the famous Gathering of the wild elephants.
Day 04 Kandy to nuwaraeliya
After Breakfast proceed to Nuwaraeliya
En Route visit Tea Gardens & Tea factory
Visit Water falls
Dinner & overnight stay in Nuwaraeliya
About Tea in Sri Lanka
The World's purest and finest tea is produced by Sri Lanka which is the world's 4th largest producer and the 2ed largest exporter of tea world-renowned as "Ceylon Tea", The Sri Lankan tea is of distinctive taste, attractive aroma and untouchable quality. this is becouse the country's tropical climate and fertile soil are healthier for quality tea production.
Sri Lanka, in comparison to its size, has perhaps the largest number of waterfalls of any country in the world. Indeed, there are over 400 recorded waterfalls in Sri Lanka. LCWF was the first organization to put an consolidated effort to develop an complete list of waterfalls of Sri Lanka. They created an database of 382 waterfalls in the country.
Day 06 Nuwaraeliya to yala
After Breakfast proceed to Nanuoya Railway Station for Tarin Journey from Nanuoya to Ella
Pickup Ella Railway Station
proceed to Yala
En Route visit Rawana Falls
Dinner & overnight stay in Yala
Nanu Oya, just outside Nuwara Eliya to Ella. In actual kilometers it's a pretty short journey but the train has to cross a lot of mountain ranges and descends from 1800m down to 1000m, passing through tea plantations, eucalyptus forests, mountains, villages and more tea plantations.
Ella is only a small village located high in the mountains. Most visitors to Ella only spend a couple of days there. But if you are willing to travel out of town, you can find plenty of things to do to keep you occupied.
Day 08 transfer to airport
Transfer to Airport
Day 03Habarana to Kandy
After Breakfast proceed to Kandy.
En Route visit Dambulla Cave Temple.
Visit Herbal Spice Garden in Mathale.
Dinner & overnight stay in Kandy.
About Dambulla Temple
You will then be taken for a bit cave exploration at the Dambulla Cave Temple Complex. Dambulla is an ancient city with a history of early inhabitants reaching as far back as 7th to 3rd century BC.
About Herbal Garden
On the way, a visit to the Ayurvedic Herbal Spice Garden is a must in order to understand the root of a branch of Science known as Ayurveda. Sri Lanka has been associated with Ayurveda since the 3rd Century BCE and is not only a form of medication but rather a complete way of life to generations of Sri Lankans.
Day 05 Nuwaraeliya to hoton plains
Early morning proceed to Hoton Plains 05:30 a.m
Lunch in Nuwaraeliya Tourist Restaurant
Walk Nuwaraeliya city arround in the evening
Dinner & overnight stay in Nuwaraeliya.
About Hoton Plains
Horton Plains in Sri Lanka, is the coldest and windiest location in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as Montane evergreen forests, grasslands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem. At an altitude of 2,100 meters above sea level, Horton Plains spreads across over 3,169 hectares of the highest tableland of the island. In view of the large number of endemic flora and fauna species, Horton Plains was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 30th July 2010. .
Nuwara Eliya is a city in the hill country of the Central Province, Sri Lanka. Its name means "city on the plain (table land)" or "city of light". The city is the administrative capital of Nuwara Eliya District, with a picturesque landscape and temperate climate. It is at an altitude of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is considered to be the most important location for tea production in Sri Lanka. The city is overlooked by Pidurutalagala, the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka. Nuwara Eliya is known for its temperate, cool climate — the coolest area in Sri Lanka.
Day 07 Yala to Galle
Early morning proceed to Yala National Park(jeep safari)
Proceed to Galle
En Route Visit Stilt fishermen
Dinner & overnight stay in Galle
About Yala Park
Yala National Park’s Block 1, on the western side of the park, the only one of all five blocks open to the visitors, has recorded the highest density of leopards among the leopard populations scattered in the wildlife parks of Sri Lanka. These magnificent beasts have now much habituated to the encroachment of their domains by the humans in jeeps. Young males don’t betray any sign of disturbance; they seem confident roaming over the gravel roads tracks as well as the bush jungle during the day: the visitors enjoy to no ends, fine photographic opportunities to capture the magnificent beasts well focused at the close range.
This is no ordinary fishing, there might be several methods of catching a fish but this one is mind-boggling. Fishermen in Sri Lanka use stilts to catch a fish. Stilt Fishing is an old tradition practiced by around 500 fishing families in Galle, in southwestern-most Sri Lanka, especially around the towns of Koggala,Kathaluwa, and Ahangama.
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