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11 Nights / 12 Days
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Kandy, Ella, Colombo
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Itinerary

DAY 1 Tunis - Sri Lanka

Arrival and welcome by a representative of Lanka Sportreizen and transfer to Hotel in Negombo – Little Rome.

Negombo Being one of the major tourist beach resorts of the island, this lively town is mainly inhabited by the fisher-folk. This is also one of the strongholds of the catholic community of Sri Lanka and quiet correctly considered as the “Little Rome”, located along the picturesque Negombo Lagoon, along which hundreds of fishing boats and catamarans could be seen most of the time. The Town is dotted with several churches, some dating from the earliest colonial times. Sightseeing in Negombo includes the remains of the Old Dutch Fortress from 1678, the Dutch Canal constructed for the transportation of Cinnamon, St. Mary’s Church and the Old Dutch Cemetery, and naturally, the Negombo Fish Market –more famously known as the “Lellama”.
Relax

Undertake a City Tour of Negombo including a Fishing Village, Old Dutch Fortress from 1678 converted to a prison, the Hamilton Canal which was originally built by the Dutch for the transportation of Cinnamon; St. Mary’s Church , the Old Dutch Cemetery and naturally the Negombo Fish Market.

Dinner & Overnight stay at the Jetwing Beach Hotel, Negombo.

DAY 2 Transfer to Dambulla

After early breakfast leave for Dambulla.

Dambulla a collection of five caves of different sizes full of paintings , sculptures, statues of Lord Buddha, his desciples, Kings , Gods etc. considered to be the largest painted caves in the world with more than 22,000 sq ft of painted surfaces declared a World Heritge Site.Initial authorship is attributed to King Valagambahu who took refuge here after being driven out of Anuradhapura by invading armies, although the works span over all periods since then to the late Kandy Period in the 18th Century

En route visit the Elephant Orphanage to see the world's largest herd of domestic Elephants comprising adults and babies including the world’s first set of twins who are still being fed by bottle thrice a day and other places of interest.

Elephant Orphanage… established in 1975 as an effort towards education and conservation by way of scientific captive breeding. Located on the banks of the Maha Oya, the Elephant Orphanage provides shelter to house young elephants who find themselves displaced and lost from their natural habitats for various reasons such as environmental changes due to development projects, being abandoned by their parents when they fall into pits and ravines, etc.

In the afternoon undertake a Jeep Safari of the Minneriya National Park famous for its many large herds of wild elephants.

Minneriya It is situated around the reservoir of the same name in the south central area of the island. This park comprises of grasslands, thorny scrubs and many valuable species of trees. Large herds of elephants, species of deer, wild boar, water buffalo and jackals are some of the wild animals found, along with a variety of avifauna that abounds the park. Has become synonymous with the annual “Elephant Gathering” taking placein the later part of each year.

Dinner & Overnight stay at the Heritance Kandalama Hotel, Dambulla.

 

DAY 3 - 4Kandy - the Hill Capital

Day 1

After breakfast leave for Kandy - the Hill Capital

Kandy literally the "City on the Hills" so named as it was protected by the nature - water , rocks and jungles. The last capital of the Sri Lankan kings before falling to the British in 1815AD which is a World Heritage Site. The name Kandy conjures vision of splendour of magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive. The centre of attraction is the golden roofed Temple of the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha .The Kandy Lake built by the last King Sri Wickramarajasinghe in 1806 holds a prominent view of the City.It is a City for arts and crafts as well culture and history

Walk in to a Spice Garden (This is a small plot of land where all spices are grown for exhibition purposes) and take part in a conducted tour to get some knowledge about the growth and use of spices in the day to day life. In this garden you will find all Spices that grow in Sri Lanka including Cinnamon, Cardamom, Pepper, Nutmeg, Vanilla etc in the form of trees, plants, creepers. Visitors will be taken round by a competent person explaining each specie’ name , identity, growth, use in food/medicinal/curative values. All products are displayed in a shop from which those interested could by them although not mandatory to do so as this will mainly be a technical visit for educative purposes.
In a Batik Making Factory , see how beautifully the village girls turn out beautiful coloured cloths for different purposes with colourful designs.

Hop in to a Wood Carving Factory to see the skills of SriLankan Craftsmen Relax
In the evening watch a Cultural Performance by traditional Kandyan Dancers and Drummers including devotional"Fire Walking"

Day 2

After breakfast undertake a City Tour including the Upper Lake Drive - a place where one could have a bird's eye view of the city below, the Royal Botanical Gardens - one of the best of its kind in Asia with more than 5000 species of different varieties of flora which incidentally was the Headquarters of Lord Louise Mountbatten - the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces during the 2nd World War, a Gem Museum - to see how the valuable gems that you see on a shop shelf are turned out from a raw stone with the back ground history.

Visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Buddha - by far the most important place of worship for Buddhists world over.

Dinner & Overnight stay at the Mahaweli Reach Hotel, Kandy.

DAY 5 - 6Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast leave for Nuwara Eliya - "Little England" through the Ramboda Pass surrounded by "Green Carpets"- hills covered with Tea and cascading Water Falls amidst breathtakingly beautiful landscapes.

Nuwara Eliya… nestled in a wooded basin at the foot of Mount Pidurutalagala Sri Lanka’s highest peak, this region at 6,183ft above sea-level has a cool, crisp climate unknown elsewhere in Sri Lanka. A serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of Colombo, the town seems like a piece of the English Lake District. Unusual plants, birds and animals thrive here besides natural feature like waterfalls and caves. Tea, the glistening green leaves of this lovely shrub, along with neat rows of green, cloak ridges and valleys providing a lasting impression of Sri Lanka’s Hill Country. The golf course – one of the most finest and picturesque in Asia – the serene Anglican Church of the Holy Trinity, beautiful parks and well kept lawns and hedges give the place an air of nostalgia.

En route visit a Tea Factory and a Plantation to witness the manufacturing process of world famous"Ceylon Tea" and to taste a pure unblended cup of factory fresh tea before being sent to the Tea Auctions in Colombo leading to Export.

Evening and the next day are free for walks /tour around the city - the important places being the Victoria Park , Gregory Lake , Golf Course,Market etc.-20km

Dinner & stay at the Grand Hotel, Nuwara Eliya.

DAY 7Ella

After breakfast leave for Ella.

In Ella hike up to visit the famous 9 Arches Railway Bridge.
Enjoy the beauty of the Area.
Relax.

Dinner & Overnight stay at the 98 Acres Resort and Spa.

DAY 8 - 9 - 10Uda Walawe - Kataragama

After breakfast leave for Uda Walawe.

Enjoy the beauty of the Rawana Ella Water Falls.
Undertake a Jeep Safari of the Uda Walawe National Park mainly to see wild elephants
Uda Walawe National Park is situated around a reservoir of the same name in the south central area of the island. This park comprises grasslands, thorny scrubs and many valuable species of trees. large herds of elephants, species of deer, wild boar, water buffalo and jackals are some of the wild animals found, along with a variety of avifauna that abounds the park.

Also visit the Elephant Transit Home.
Elephant Transit Home Located just outside the Uda Walawe National Park in the Southwestern Part of Sri Lanka , opened its doors to baby elephants in need in 1995. The babies are well looked after fed and groomed to integrate back into a jungle environment, after a stay of approximately four years. This has turned out to be a successful conservation exercise where interested elephant conservation enthusiasts can become foster parents for these baby pachederms until they are weaned away from milk and learn to eat other types of food for a reasonable fee.

Continue to Kataragama

Early morning visit the Shrine devoted to God Skanda - but visited by people of all faiths and the different shrines at Sella Kataragama.

After a late breakfast leave for a Beach Hotel on the south west coast
En route visit the Galle Dutch Fortress - a World Heritage Site.
Galle the port city, standing on one of the main sea routes in the southern part of the island, it has a unique charm among the many historic places in Sri Lanka. The Dutch built the 1st Protestant church in Sri Lanka here, and it is also famous for its Dutch Fort.

 

En route visit a Mask Museum, a Turtle Hatchery, Moonstone Mines.

Dinner & stay at the Cinnamon Bentota Beach Hotel

DAY 11Colombo

After breakfast leave for Colombo – Commercial Capital.

Colombo is a fascinating city, not only for its comfortable blend of East and West, but also for its casy mixture of the past and the present. It is the Commercial Capital of the country, and is only 35 km south of the country's only International Airport. Many attractions, opportunities for shopping, availability of tasting a multitude of cuisine etc makes it an interesting city.

Undertake a City Tour of Colombo including a Buddhist Temple, Dutch Wolvendhal Church, a Hindu Temple, Town Hall, BMICH (Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall) , Cinnamon Gardens - Prime residential area, the Nelum Pokuna – the newly opened Performing Arts Theatre , the recently developed New Parliament Area etc.

Dinner & Overnight stay at the Shangri – La Colombo Hotel.

DAY 12Sri Lanka - Tunis

Transfer to the airport and flight back to Tunis.

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Price Includes

  • Airport transfers to and from the Airport
  • Accommodation on BB basis in 4 stars Hotel.
  • Guided tours.
  • Flight TUN/SVQ/TUN

Price Excludes

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Any additional excursion which is not mention in your itinerary
  • City taxes.

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