In two weeks, see the best of Sri Lanka. Visit the Cultural Triangle, Sri Lankan traditional life, a combination of untamed wildlife activities, and breath-taking hiking excursions starting in Negombo. Before taking a flight back to your home country, the train journey will provide you with an unforgettable scenic experience and pure sandy beaches will allow you to truly unwind.
– Existing tours can customize your own need
– Airport pick up and drop off
– Assistance at the Airport
– Private luxury Car (air-conditioned)
– Private English Speaking driver for the entire Journey
– All Costs related to all tour excursions, booking hotels, Entrance fees of all UNESCO Heritage sites, Safari Jeep, and other mentioned all tour activities are included
– Additional meals & beverages outside of the booked meal plan
– Visas & Flight Bookings
– Expenses of personal nature
– Tips & Portage
- Coconut Tree Hill
- Dambulla Rock Temple
- Flying Ravana Mega Zipline
- Gal Vihara
- Horton Plains
- Lipton's Seat
- Little Adam's Peak
- Minneriya National Park
- Nine Arches Bridge
- Parrot Rock
- Pigeon Island
- Polonnaruwa Vatadage
- Ravana's Cave
- Royal Botanical Garden
- Secret Beach
- Sigiriya Rock
- Temple Of The Tooth
- The Royal Palace of King Parakramabahu
- Whale Watching
- Yala National Park
- Nuwara Eliya
Day 01 - Air Port > Trincomalee
Your chauffeur guide will meet you at the airport and drive you to Trincomalee.
Day 02 - Trincomalee
In the afternoon, This quaint town with a ton of history and intriguing monuments is a fantastic getaway from the touristic south of Sri Lanka, where it is located prettily on a remarkable natural harbor. Trincomalee has a lot to offer the discriminating traveler, from historic temples and forts to gorgeous beaches, coves, and a marine museum. There is no shortage of attractions to see in Trincomalee, whether you want to find peace at the serene Buddhist viharas and Hindu temples or discover aquatic mysteries at the interesting Pigeon Island.
Day 03 - Trincomalee > Anuradhapura
You will then proceed immediately to the historic city of Anuradhapura. Either spend the day lounging by the pool or go sightseeing in Anuradhapura.
Day 04 - Anuradhapura > Sigiriya
Our sightseeing tours in Sri Lanka proceed to the town of Sigiriya after breakfast. Mount Sigiriya, a stunning rock fortification built in the fifth century, in the dusk. Observe the architectural feat of a king’s citadel that was hewn out of a huge rock in the fifth century A.D.
Day 05 - Sigiriya > Polonnaruwa (Back to Sigiriya)
Learn about Polonnaruwa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that served as Sri Lanka’s medieval capital during the 11th and 13th centuries A.D., one of the better preserved historic Ceylonese ruins. Visit Lankathilaka, Thuparamaya, the Royal Palace, Rankoth Vehera, and Gal Viharaya as part of a walking tour of one of the historic Ceylonese ruins.
After the visit, Polonnaruwa will come back to again Sigiriya at night.
Day 06 - Sigiriya > Kandy
Take in the vistas as you travel by rail through the countryside from Sigiriya to Kandy, including waterfalls, tea plantations, villages, woods, and mountains. Get settled into your homestay in Kandy’s lovely highlands; spend time in a natural setting in a picturesque valley surrounded by mountains and luscious paddy fields.
Day 07 - Kandy > Nuwara Eliya
Proceed to Nuwara Eliya after breakfast. Visit the Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple in Ramboda on the way there. The Chinmaya mission of Sri Lanka established a temple with Hanuman as the presiding deity atop these Ramboda hills where Hanuman was looking for Sitadevi. Thousands of devotees attend special poojas that are held on every full moon day.
Day 08 - Nuwara Eliya > Ella
Today, take a journey to the lovely town of Ella.
Welcome to everyone’s favorite hill country village, where you can take a few relaxing days off from traveling and unwind at one of the nicest guesthouses in the region. Through Ella Gap, there are breathtaking views.
Visit the stunning Rawana waterfalls early in the day. Later, climb Little Adams Peak for a bird’s-eye view of the 9 Arc Bridge and the setting sun.
Day 09 - Ella
The full day we spend in Ella. Visit the stunning Rawana waterfalls early in the day. Later, climb Little Adams Peak for a bird’s-eye view of the 9 Arc Bridge and the setting sun.
Day 10 - Ella > Yala
Descend to the Yala woods from the Ella highlands. The elusive leopard and one of the greatest leopard concentrations in the world may be found in Yala National Park, one of the top tourist destinations in Sri Lanka. It is possible to see the Asian elephant and sloth bear, two other members of Sri Lanka’s Big Five. With any luck, a naturalist guide-led evening jeep safari will allow you to see all of these animals as well as more.
Day 11 - Yala > Mirissa
After finishing the safari we came to the Mirissa in the morning. There’s a solid reason why Mirissa is one of the most well-liked beach towns in southern Sri Lanka. Beautiful Sri Lankan beaches, excellent surfing waves, and waters rich with marine life, from little turtles to large blue whales, are all present in the vicinity.
Day 12 - Mirissa
After breakfast, Enjoy eating wonderful food from coastal eateries, relaxing in your hammock, and riding around on a motorbike during the day. The ideal amount of time is four days to really experience Mirissa’s laid-back atmosphere and all its main attractions.
Day 13 - Mirissa > Hikkaduwa
After completing Mirissa’s activities we will come back to Hikkaduwa. Hikkaduwa is well regarded as being the ideal location for a relaxing beach vacation. Many flocks to Hikkaduwa Beach because of its appealing waves in order to participate in exciting water sports.
Day 14 - Hikkaduwa
Spend the day in Hikkaduwa we are planning to discover the variety of activities to do in Hikkaduwa, which include interesting historical sites and a wide range of watersports including snorkeling, diving, and surfing.
Day 15 - Hikkaduwa > Air Port
We wish you farewell as our Chauffeur Guide drives you to the airport to catch your return trip home because all good things must come to an end.