07 Days Luxury Tour

Day 01 Airport to Kandy 

Pickup from the Airport Proceed to Kandy. En Route visit Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawala. visit Spice Herbal Garden in Mawanalla. Dinner & overnight stay in Kandy.

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. The Orphanage has now become a tourist attraction and the funds collected are used towards food, medicines and care of the elephants. Baby elephants require a lot of hands – on care and several mahouts and care-givers both employed and volunteers spend several hours simply keeping the baby elephants fed and nurtured. You can watch the elephants having a bath at the nearby river, see how each of the elephants are taken care of by their caretakers and enjoy bottle - feeding the tiny baby elephants before leaving the orphanage to continue your journey.

Day 02 Kandy City Tour

After breakfast proceed to Kandy City Tour.

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic - You will then be taken to visit the monumental Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy. Enclosed by a parapet of white stone dating to the beginning of the 19th century, are the city's official religious monuments, the Royal Palace and the Temple of the Tooth. The 18th Century BCE temple which is built on a base of granite is associated with the history of the dissemination of Buddhism and is one of the most venerable places for the Buddhist community all around the world; it was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. A relic belonging to the Lord Buddha is said to be resting within the temple and apart from being heavily guarded, it is deeply venerated by the Buddhist community all across and during the months of July/August aprocession called the Esala Perahera weaves through the streets of the city where one of the inner caskets used for covering the tooth relic of the Lord Buddha is taken on display. This casket is carried on a grandly attired royal tusker elephant and the procession includes traditional dancers and drummers, flag bearers of the provinces of the old Kandyan kingdom, the Nilames (lay custodians of temples) wearing their traditional dresses and torch bearers. Explore and understand why the temple is one of the most venerable places for the Buddhist community all around the world before you continue your journey. 

Day 03 Kandy to Nuwaraeliya

After breakfast proceed to Nuwareliya. En Route visit Tea factories,Tea Estates & Water falls. Dinner & overnight stay in Nuwaraeliya.

The Little England ?of Sri Lanka. Nuwaraeliya is a mountain station at 1868 m (6128ft) of altitude, in a splendid landscape. And always green grass give to the locality an aspect of Colonial British style and you could bless with salubrious climate.
En route, Mountains, Valleys, Waterfalls and Tea Plantations. It is supposed to be one of the coldest places on the Island. But is really just like an England spring day although the temperature does drop at night.

Day 04 Nuwaraeliya to Yala Via Ella Train Journey 

  • 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

Rail Tour

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

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 05 Yala Safari & proceed to Benthota

  • Early morning proceed to Yala National Park(jeep safari)

  • Proceed to Benthota

  • En Route Visit Stilt fishermen

  • Dinner & overnight stay in Benthota

  • 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. 

  • Stilt Fishermen

  • 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.

Day 06 Benthota to Colombo

  • Early morning proceed to Yala National Park(jeep safari)

  • Proceed to Benthota

  • En Route Visit Stilt fishermen & Galle Fort

  • Dinner & overnight stay in Benthota

  • 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. 

  • Stilt Fishermen

  • 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.

Day 07 Colombo City tour & Transfer to Airport

Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls. The imposing Colombo National Museum, dedicated to Sri Lankan history, borders sprawling Viharamahadevi Park and its giant Buddha.

Transfer to Airport

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Package Cost

860 P.P Twin can Share 

Tour Includes

Ac Comfortable New car with English speaking chauffeur, Star Class Luxury Hotels with Dinner & Breakfast basis, Entrance Tickets mentioned the Itinerary, Drinking water, Parking & Highway charges. 

01 September to 31 October 2018 Only

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119/8, Kakunauyana, Loolwala Road,

Madapatha, Piliyandala.

Colombo Sri Lanka.

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