Perfect way of spending your valuable vacation in an island paradise with so many spendid moments. Enjoy the Summer 2019 in Sri Lanka.
1 Night - The Sacred & Cultural City "Kandy"
1 Night - The Hill Country / Little England "Nuwara Eliya"
1 Night - The unspoilt southern Coast
1 Night - The Capital City, "Colombo"
5 Day(s) & 4 Night(s)
WE WELCOME YOU TO SRI LANKA: AYUBOWAN! Upon landing at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo, you will be met by a tour representative. Then proceed to the Sacred City
Visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage and witness the daily life of its pachyderm residents. Meet the rescued or abandoned elephants of all ages, see them play and bathe in the river, and watch the youngest of the herd being bottle-fed. You can help wash an elephant, feed them their daily fruit portions, or take photos with them, but a tip for their carer will probably be expected. The main attraction in Pinnawala is undoubtedly its elephant orphanage. Once a remote set of coconut plantations, the orphanage has changed the look and purpose of this small village, where an abundance of fresh water from the rivers helps create an ideal habitat for the nearly 100 elephants that call this place home. Visitors can observing the daily routine in the sanctuary, with the elephants congregating in the river to bathe and play, and staff members bottle-feeding the elephant calves reared on site.
Some days Kandy’s skies seem perpetually bruised, with stubborn mist clinging to the hills surrounding the city’s beautiful centerpiece lake. Delicate hill-country breezes impel the mist to gently part, revealing colorful houses amid Kandy’s improbable forested halo. In the center of town, three-wheelers careen around slippery corners, raising a soft spray that threatens the silk saris worn by local women. Here’s a city that looks good even when it’s raining. And when the drizzle subsides, cobalt-blue skies reveal a city of imposing colonial-era and Kandyan architecture, none more impressive than the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, one of Buddhism's most sacred shrines. History and culture are on tap. Yes, the city is renowned for the great Kandy Esala Perahera festival (held annually in July/August), but its vibrant cultural life and attractions more than justify a visit at any time of year.
Kandy city is famed for its many sacred Buddhist sites and the Temple of the Sacred Tooth is a highlight. The temple is most likely to be at the top of everyone’s list of things to do in Kandy. The golden-roofed temple houses Sri Lanka’s most important Buddhist relic – a tooth of the Buddha!
Sitting high up in the hills, the green and pleasant Nuwara Eliya offers both a rich history and proximity to pristine natural areas. Founded by a British explorer in the 19th century, the fledgling tea plantation town became popular with British growers and administrators thanks to its temperate climate. Well preserved and atmospheric, old colonial buildings and plantations provide a charming backdrop for tours of Nuwara Eliya. Most domestic tourists arrive during April to celebrate the Sinhalese and Tamil New Year. During that time, the ambience in town completely changes as crowds pack in and party in the old colonial hotels and in the main square.
In the heart of tea country, Gregory Lake offers a variety of outdoor activities, which make it extremely popular with both foreign tourists and locals. When you visit, you can boat, horseback ride around the like, or take a leisurely stroll along the area's 5 km (3.1 mi) path. You'll find several food vendors selling snacks here, so you can enjoy a picnic surrounded by lush scenery and cooled by a fresh mountain breeze.
Take a relaxing stroll through the immaculately maintained hilly terrain of Hakgala Botanic Gardens. Of the 10,000 species planted here, the large collection of various orchids and roses remains the most notable. Large crowds arrive here on the weekends, making for good people-watching, while weekdays offer some peace and quiet. Walking through the hilly landscape can get tiring; rent a caddy for an easier way to tour the grounds.
Strawberry Farm can be reached via Hakgala, Ambewela Road, New Zealand Farm Road. Freshly picked Strawberries are available at many outlets and cafes that serve Strawberry drinks, Ice cream pancakes etc. and very moderating priced. Grown at Ambewela Farm. Adam Agro, Rose Garden and many other farms located in Nuwara Eliya.
The coastal town of Bentota boasts a number of seaside attractions to draw in guests. The golden sands of the beach serve the large package hotels in the main town, although some quieter spots can be found further along the coast. Turtle hatcheries also serve as a major attraction of Bentota, with different institutions doing good work to manage the population levels throughout the year. Known as a center of Chaplon tea production, the plantations and old estates here date back to the British colonial era, and bare the hallmarks of colonial British design.
Kosgoda is famous for its turtle hatchery operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1981 to protect Sri Lanka's turtles from extinction. The hatcheries pay fishermen for eggs that they collect at night along the long sandy beach. Visitors are shown the huge tanks filled with new born but lively hatchlings. After being fed the hatchlings are taken to the sea and released when they are 2 -4 days old. They are not always released during the safer hours of darkness. Although October to April is the main laying season, some eggs can be found at Kosgoda throughout the year.
River Boat Fishing – 915 -hectare Madu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Randombe Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than 10 major wetland vegetati on types supporting over 300 plant species & 248 species of vertebrates
The commercial capital of the country, Colombo has added modern touches to its colonial-era core, creating an exciting and eclectic coastal city. Sightseeing in Colombo takes in the colonial British buildings dotted across town, as well as the towering skyscrapers in the business districts, and the modern developments along the waterfront. The older quarters offer interesting antique shops and eateries, a number of public parks and gardens harking back to the city's colonial past, and new shopping districts that house a number of stylish restaurants, cafes, and malls. Colombo is in Western Province.
This evening, engage in a personalized walk through the city of Colombo, accompanied by a historian where you can experience firsthand the borrowed words from the Portuguese to the amazing architecture the Dutch/English left behind, see the vision and love the Englishman had for this land - all while learning and experiencing what being
The Galle Face is a 5 ha (12 acres) ocean-side urban park, which stretches for 500 m (1,600 ft) along the coast, in the heart of the financial and business capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo. The promenade was initially laid out in 1859 by Governor Sir Henry George Ward, although the original Galle Face Green extended over a much larger area than is seen today. The Galle Face Green was initially used for horse racing and as a golf course, but was also used for cricket, polo, football, tennis and rugby.
Gangaramaya Temple is one of the most important temples in Colombo, Sri Lanka, being a mix of modern architecture and cultural essence. The temple's architecture demonstrates an eclectic mix of Sri Lankan, Thai, Indian, and Chinese architecture. This Buddhist temple includes several imposing buildings and is situated not far from the placid waters of Beira Lake on a plot of land that was originally a small hermitage on a piece of marshy land. It has the main features of a Vihara (temple), the Cetiya (Pagada) the Bodhitree, the Vihara Mandiraya, the Seema malaka (assembly hall for monks) and the Relic Chamber. In addition, a museum, a library, a residential hall, a three storeyed Pirivena, educational halls and an alms hall are also on the premises.
head towards Bandaranaike International Airport as for flight schedule, for your Departure in time to catch your flight.END OF THE TOUR IN SRI LANKA WITH A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCES AND MEMORIES
All children are welcome. Children from 0 - 4.99 are FOC. 5 - 11.99 YEARS children 50% from the Adult rate with sharing parent's bed. The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1. Extra bed US $20.00 per day. Above 12 Years Consider as an Adult. Child meal & Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Cancellations within 14 days of the arrival date – 100% of the value of the booking Cancellations within 21 days of the arrival date – 50% of the value of the booking. Cancellations within 30 days of the arrival date – 25% of the value of the booking. Please enter the dates of your stay and check the conditions of your required room.
Upon the tour confirmation, we will be reserving the best available hotels. Hotels & Rooms are subjected to availability. Check-in time 1400 hrs, Check out time 1200 hrs.