Day 1: Airport / Negombo
Meeting with Assistance at the Airport upon arrival by our Representative, later your tour chauffeur will pick you up at the Exit Gate of the arrival terminal to commence the Tour. Negombo is traditionally a Fishing Village with catamarans by the beach at the backdrop to the Negombo scenery; which later developed as a fishing marketing center.
Relax leisurely at the beach & stay overnight Negombo.
Day 2 Negombo / Muthurajawela / Negombo
After breakfast enjoy an excursion to visit Negombo & Muthurajawela by boat. Muthurajawela is a marsh in the southern region of the Negombo lagoon. It is the island’s largest peat bog in Sri Lanka and is notable for its unique and highly diverse ecosystem. The marsh is a major local and tourist attraction, primarily for sightseeing and boating tours.
Return to Negombo for overnight stay at the beach hotel.
Day 3 Negombo / Minneriya / Sigiriya
After breakfast, travel to the Sigiriya region,
Check-In at the hotel
PM, a safari tour by jeep in the Minneriya National Park – a hot spot for safari lovers due to its abundance of Elephants and an ideal eco-tourism location in Sri Lanka. The central feature of the park is the ancient Minneriya Tank.
Enjoy the Dinner & overnight stay in the Cultural Triangle.
Day 4 Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya
After breakfast, visit Sigiriya, Sigiriya town is famous for its historical Sigiriya Rock Fortress which is over 1000 years old and has landscaped gardens, water fountains, a sanctuary and frescoes of the heavenly maidens of Sigiriya.
Next, site seeing of Polonnaruwa. You can visit the city by hiring bicycles or by vehicle. an excursion to Polonnaruwa where you will see many well-preserved ruins of palaces and monasteries. You will witness many brick structures and monuments, stone monuments, Temples, Lakes, and Pagodas improved by ancient Kings. Evening relax by the pool side.
Enjoy stay with another Dinner & overnight at the hotel in the Cultural Triangle.
Day 5 Sigiriya / Dambulla / Matale / Kandy
After breakfast leave for Kandy. En-route visit Dambulla. The ancient Dambulla cave complex dates back to the 3rd and 2nd centuries B.C. The area is also known for bird watching.
You will next visit Nalanda Gedige the Abu Simbel of Sri Lanka. Nalanda Gedige is one out of a number of remarkable archaeological sites in Sri Lanka. Buddhist – Hindu hybrid Architecture and the Sculpture is a prominent and unique feature of the site.
Next, En-route visit a spice garden and a batik factory in Matale.
PM, arrive at the hotel in Kandy, the Royal Capital of Sri Lanka under the King’s Rule until the British Invasion in 1815. It is also known as the centre of traditional arts in Sri Lanka. Then visit the most sacred Buddhist establishment in Sri Lanka – the Temple of Tooth at the evening ceremony.
Dinner & Overnight stay in Kandy.
Day 6 Kandy / Nawalapitiya/ Peradeniya / Kandy
After breakfast, make a free visit to a tea plantation and a tea factory in Sri Lanka. Tea Plantation is mainly done in the Central Highlands in the heart of the Tea Country. Travel through tea estates and the misty hills of the Central Highlands.
Then proceed to the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya, well known for having the largest collection of orchids in Asia and other large variety of plants.
PM- site seeing of the Kandy City, the 2nd highest tourist visiting city in Sri Lanka. You can have a complete tour around Bogambara lake. Then you can visit the Kandy Museum and the Kandy Temple too. These buildings feature the Kandyan Architecture.
In the evening you can enjoy a Cultural Dance.
Later return to the hotel for the Dinner & overnight stay.