Day 1 & 2 – Sigiriya
After breakfast leave for the ancient city of Sigiriya, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1982. Begin the morning by climbing the rock fortress of Sigiriya – a 5th Century “Fortress in the Sky”.
Polonnaruwa : – Then continue to one of the best kept ruins of ancient Ceylon – the UNESCO World Heritage City of Polonnaruwa, which was the Capital of Sri Lanka from the 11th to 13th century
- Visit “Sigiriya” ancient rock, which known as 8th wonder of the world
- Ancient city tour in Polonnaruwa
- Wildlife safari & Elephants Raiding
- Experience the true Sri Lanka which lives in its village(village Safari)
- Aryuvedic treatments & spa
Day 3 & 4– Kandy
The temple of tooth relic which is considered as the foremost sacred place of worship for Buddhists is situated in the Kandy city. During your stay at Mount Villa you will experience the beauty of the hill country, delicious food and a visit to the Temple of tooth relic.
- Ancient value of “Dambulla” and the surroundings
- Visiting spice garden in Matale on the way
- Visit one of the most famous temples in Sri Lanka “Dalada Maligawa”
- Botanical garden in peradeniya
- Aryuvedic treatements & spa
Day 5 – Adam’s Peak
Though not the highest mountain of Sri Lanka, the striking pyramid of Adam’s Peak (7,360 ft) is certainly the most remarkable. A depression in the rocky summit resembles a huge footprint, which has been venerated as a sacred sigh from remote antiquity. This was identified by Buddhists as the Buddha’s footprint, by Hindus as that of Shiva, and by Muslims as Adam’s. Later the Portuguese attributed it to St. Thomas the Apostle.
- Water Rafting in Kutullgala
- Water fall
Day 6 – Nuwara Eliya
Nuwaraeliya is blessed with a salubrious climate, breath taking views of meadows, valleys, mountains and greenery. Horse riding, golfing, boating, hiking and exploring the beauty of the water falls are few activities that this city offers to its visitors. This clean and beautiful city is also known as the “Little England.
- Visiting a tea plantation & Tea Factory.
- Water Falls / Beautiful landscaping.
- Horse riding / Boart riding.
Train trip Nuwara-Eliya To Ella Very nice view in Sri Lanka
Day 7 & 8 – Ella
Ella is a small town is used as a base for plenty of trekking expeditions to the surrounding countryside.A taste of the breathtaking scenery of Ella could be had, if you just walk into the Garden of the Grand Ella Motel (Formerly Ella Rest House), where you seem to be standing at the edge of the world, and everything around you seems to disappear at your feet. Another fine view is from the Ambiente Hotel, where the wide doorway, opens out to the mountains, creating a dramatic cinematic like experience, on entry.
- Visiting a Ella Gap,
- Visiting the Ravana Ella water Falls
- Little Adam’s Peak
Day 9 – Thissamaharama ( Yala)
Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, and also adjoining parks Tourists will get to enjoy the rare sight of Elephants, Leopards, Bears, Spotted dear, Wild boar, Hare, Crocodiles, Snakes, Iguana and thousands of bird species.
- Ella Gap,
- Ravana Ella water Falls
- Wild life Safari – National Park Yala
- Animal & bird watching
- Scenery of the wild elephants
Day 10 & 11 – On the Beach Mirissa
The sun, sand and sea join together to bring about a dazzling experience on the beach. The mouth watering dishes will arouse your taste buds and the water sports including skiing and surfing will indulge your stay at this wonderful location.
- Water Sports
- dolphin & whale watching
Day 12 – Hikkaduwa Beach
Unawatuna Beach-probably the best beach in the world: Unawatuna Beach was named the world’s best beach by The Discovery Channel in 2004. That may be a stretch today, but Unawatuna is undoubtedly the best beach in Sri Lanka-none other offers the same combination of golden sand, a protected bay that offers the country’s best swimming, the famed beauty of the headland with its temple and sunset, and the laid back atmosphere of Unawatuna.
- The beautiful beach of Unawatuna
- Visiting Stilt Fishing in Weligama
- The capital of the southern province is a city with a colourful history. UNESCO declared World Heritage Site the magnificent Dutch fort is the most popular attraction of the town. 300 year old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive around the fort and amidst its many historical buildings not invaded by the skyscrapers.
- Boat safari on Maaduganga, which is the largest wetland in Sri Lanka with Mangroves.
- Sea Turtle Farm and Hatchery
Day 13 – Colombo
Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, is a bustling city and a hopping-off point for beaches in the island nation’s south. It has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its spicy cuisine as well as its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls.
- Visit Gangarama Buddhist temple .
- Visit Kadhiration Hindu temple.
- Independence Memorial hall – Sri Lanka.
- Galle Face Green.
- Viharamaha Devi Park.