Day 10 Ella / Buduruwagala / Yala Or Bundala Reserve / Tissamaharama
Get ready and leave for Tissamaharama, En route visit Buduruwagala. Seven colossal figures carved out of a rock face at Buduruwagala. The rock itself resembles a kneeling elephant with its head bowed down and at the end of the folded trunk is its mouth.
Visit one of the two reserves by private Jeep.
PM, travel for a safari in the Yala National Park and enjoy the wilderness as you cruise around in a jeep. The view of the wild elephants seen in small and large herds are undoubtedly the best thing you will see at Yala. You will also witness herds of spotted deer and the sight of a leopard sunning itself or drinking water at a water hole will be a memorable experience if you are lucky.
(If Yala is closed during September-October the Bundala reserve can be visited instead.)
Proceed to Tissamaharama & Stay with Dinner & overnight.
Day 11 Tissamaharama / Kataragama / Beach
Enjoy the morning excursion to Kataragama – another great pilgrim shrine dedicated to Skanda, a popular Hindu deity popular among Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and indigenous Vedda communities of Sri Lanka and South India.
Proceed to your beach hotel and in the evening relax and relish a delicious dinner. Stay with Dinner & overnight at the hotel.
Day 13 Weligama / Galle / Colombo
After breakfast leave for Colombo, En route view the stilt fisherman of Weligama.
Galle is a city with a colourful history. The 300-year-old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive around the magnificent Portuguese – Dutch fort and its many historical buildings.
Then visit Colombo, the commercial and financial centre of Sri Lanka. This is a busy and vibrant city with a mixture of modern life and colonial buildings and ruins.
Stay overnight in Colombo.
Day 14 Colombo / Airport
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport for departure. Rooms are available until 12h00 in the afternoon.