Amazing Sri Lanka

06 Nights / 07 Days

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Sri Lanka, the wondrous island in the Indian Ocean cannot be described without mentioning the Elephants that have been revered in the island for centuries.  Elephas maximus maximus is a subspecies of Asian Elephants only found in Sri Lanka and the world’s largest herd of orphaned elephants are cared for in Sri Lanka.

Discover the Amazing Sri Lanka and its elephant trails with our 06 Nights / 07 Days Tour Package and take home fond memories of these gentle giants.


  • Airport ~ Kandy

    Your friendly tour guide keenly awaits your arrival to take you on a journey of a lifetime.

    During the first leg of the tour visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage in time to see bottle feeding elephants before heading for their river bath at 10:00am/2:00pm

    En route visit one of the roadside Spice Gardens in Mawanella – get a feel of the pungent and aromatic spices that create a rich and flavorful culinary culture around the world.

    Arrive in Kandy – The cultural capital of Sri Lanka and a UNESCO World Heritage City.

    Have a leisurely stroll in the afternoon clad in white and pay homage at the Temple of the Scared Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha; walk barefoot on the rugged but cool stone floor; inhale the floral scents of the lit incense sticks; be captivated by the dancing flames of the clay lamps swaying in the gentle breeze; be enthralled by the sublime interior and listen to the drum beating from a distance.

    Visit a Gem Museum and check out fascinating collections of Sri Lankan precious stones.

    Experience a world renowned Kandyan Cultural Dance performance in the evening before retire to your hotel for the night

  • Kandy ~ Nuwara Eliya

    Start the day early and explore Kandy City; pay a visit to the century old St. Paul’s Church and walk down to City Centre for a cup of freshly brewed coffee and pickup few collectibles from antique shops or explore local fascinating artistry – Wood Carvings, Drum Making, and Batik & Silk shops flanked along the roadside.

    Get ready for an upward whirl to ‘Little England’ – the picturesque Nuwara Eliya; relish the drive up to verdant tea plantations while the mist swirling through the mountains; enjoy a steaming cup of delightfully fragrant tea sitting at the edge of panoramic surrounding countryside.

    Pass by and listen to the roar of Ramboda waterfall and let the icy cold water sprinkle on you.

    After a warm and hearty meal, take a walk in Gregory Park or make it adventurous by adding a boat ride in the beautiful lake hidden behind a veil of mist.

    Play a round of golf and enjoy the beautiful English countryside weather or a round of billiards at the convivial wood-lined club bar and unwind with a drink.

    Treat yourself to a night in one of the colonial hotels to end the perfect day.

  • Nuwara Eliya ~ Uda Walawe

    Have your breakfast and get ready for a day of endless adventure and fun and proceed to Uda Walawe.

    Experience the remarkable weather changes in this paradise isle in short times; ride down the mountain range with its cool breezy climate towards the lowlands to the heat and humidity that Southeast Asia is famous for.

    Get in your 4WD and set off to the Uda Walawe National Park in the evening.

    Surrounded by soaring mountains on its northern border and largely comprised of grasslands and bush forest, Uda Walawe National Park is one of the finest in the world to see wild elephants in hundreds.

    Besides elephants there are sambar deer, wild buffalos, mongooses, crocodiles, sloth bears, monitor lizards, jackals, leopards and large varieties of snakes and a wealth of birds that make the park their home.

    Head back to your hotel for the night

  • Uda Walawe ~ Sinharaja

    After a hearty breakfast set off to Sinharaja.

    Visit to ‘Eth Athuru Sevana’ (Elephant Transit Home), project supported by Born Free Foundation, where orphaned elephants are fed, nursed and sheltered until they are ready to return to the wild, some are released to surrounding National Parks.

    Continue the adventure and proceed to Sinharaja Forest Reserve, which is the largest lowland rainforest in Sri Lanka and a UNESCO listed forest site.  Access to the forest is only on foot and this richly biodiverse habitat bordered with rivers is rich in wildlife, including rare mammals and many endemic birds.

    Spend the evening in your rainforest lodge in an isolated and quiet spot with views of the rainforest, rice paddies and tea plantations. Try some spicy local food served hot.

  • Sinharaja ~ Galle

    Proceed to the South shoreline city of Sri Lanka and UNESCO World Heritage Site – Galle.

    Explore the exotic old trading city on foot and be seduced by Galle’s ambience; walk down the byways passing imposing Dutch-colonial buildings, modish cafes, ancient churches, grand mansions, quirky boutiques and restored hotels; explore the Marine Archeological Museum and Dutch Hospital.

    Stroll down to the city’s natural harbor and gaze into the endless horizons of magnificent Indian Ocean.

    Head back to the hotel and spend a relaxing evening prior to retire for the night

  • Galle

    Spend your morning at Kosgoda turtle hatchery, a volunteer-run operation located on a pristine beach off Galle Road. Along the south coasts of Sri Lanka five species of sea turtles lay eggs; green turtles, olive ridley turtles, leatherback turtles, loggerhead turtles and hawksbill turtles.  Female turtles lay eggs in the same beach where they themselves were born.  Few weeks later hundreds of baby turtles make a perilous trip back to sea and at Kosgoda hatchery you can make sure the baby turtles reach the water safely by releasing three day old hatchlings into the ocean; say hello to wrinkly & smiley turtles come ashore to greet the visitors.

    Go on a boat ride down Madu River; pass through the secretive passages created by the mangroves; see the basking crocodiles, water snakes and water monitors; visit the small islands with cinnamon harvesting locals; enjoy a fish massage; observe water birds in their natural habitats.

    En route visit Ambalangoda to dig under the surface of the Sri Lankan souvenir trade and discover the magical meanings behind the omnipresent colourful ‘devil’ masks. Witness a devil dance unique to the area believed to drive out spirits causing illness.

    Time permits set sail on a glass bottom boat and explore Hikkaduwa marine sanctuary; the underwater world of colourful corals and beautiful shoals of tropical fish; view exotic marine life like never before as you ride over beautiful corals, intricate underwater plants and creatures in their natural habitat.

    Head back to the hotel and spend a relaxing evening prior to retire for the night

  • Galle ~ Katunayake

    All good things must come to an end – after the breakfast the driver will be standby to drop you off at the airport completing the tour.


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