Paradise Island

That it was considered the lost paradise by many a globe trotters, who fell upon the country. The golden beaches of the country had been praised for their picture postcard views since eternity The dusk and dawn and many human activities connected to these times of the day creates a vibrant picture along the coasts of Sri Lanka.

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Paradise Island

Day 1-5

  Day 1                         Pinnawala

The Pinnawala orphanage was established to feed, nurse and house young elephants found abandoned by their mothers.

Day 2-3                        Sigiriya

Sigiriya, built by King Kashyapa (473 – 491 AD). The Lion rock is a citadel unusual beauty, rising 200 meters from the scrub jungle. See the world famous frescoes of the “heavenly Maidens” of Sigiriya in a sheltered pocket of the rock.
Polonnaruwa which is a world heritage site and the 2nd capital city of Sri Lanka built in the 11th and 12th centuries AD. See the ruins of the Royal Palace, the Gal Viharaya where four splendid statues of the Buddha in ‘Upright’, ‘Sedentary’ and ‘Recumbent’ postures carved out of rock,

Day 4-5                       Anuradapura

The ruins of Anuradhapura are one of South Asia’s most evocative sights. The sprawling complex contains a rich collection of archaeological and architectural wonders: enormous dagobas, soaring brick towers, ancient pools and crumbling temples,

 

Day 6-9

Day    6 -7                         kandy

Kandy is the home of The Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa), one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world.

 

Day  8-9                            Nuwaraeliya

NuwaraEliya climate lent itself to becoming the prime sanctuary of the British civil servants and planters in Ceylon. so called Little England then

 

Day 10-15

Day       10 – 11-12                  Yala / Udawalawa

most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka.

 

Day    13-14 -15             Unawatuna      

Galle Beach(unawatuna)

The history of Galle dates back to 1505 when a Portuguese fleet bound for Maldives was blown off course and took shelter in the Galle Harbour. This arrival drastically changed the course of Sri Lankan history. In 1598, the Portuguese built a small fort which was later extended. However, when the Dutch took over in 1640, they destroyed all traces of the Portuguese presence. In 1663, the Dutch built the 36-hectare Fort, which is now a World Heritage Site

Day 16-20

Day       16-17-18 -19         Benthota 

popular for wind surfing and water skiing. with a local airport (Bentota River Airport) and a handful of world-class hotels.  Bentota is famous for its toddy production/Ayurveda. turtle hatchery,

Day      20     

Air port via colombo

Tour Map

 

Luxury Accommodation Summer

(May-Oct).

Winter

(Nov-Apr)

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$ $
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Economy Accommodation Summer

(May-Oct).

Winter

(Nov-Apr)

Single

per person

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$2200 $
Double

per person

upwards

$2000 $