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Sri Lanka
Discover the East of Srilanka : 7 nights/ 8 days
It seems that God has been very generous with this Pearl of the Indian ocean & has gifted it with abundant of natural resources : the heavenly beaches, mountains, waterfalls, forests or even elephants live in wild, plants not found anywhere else, orchids among the rarest, precious stones .………………………,
Day 1 :
AIRPORT >> PINNAWELA >> KANDY
Airport / Kandy 110 Kms 02 Hours & 30 Minutes
AM/PM
Arrive at the Katunayake Bandaranayake International Airport Greeted by a Sri Lankan offering each a garland of flowers.
Transfer to Kandy En route Visit Pinnawela & visit the elephant orphanage. Founded in 1975, the orphanage is home to around sixty & we will visit them during bathing time. A project to establish a large zoo on the same site has been approved. Continue to Kandy Arrive at the hotel and check-in to the Hotel. Leisure on the hotel Dinner & overnight stay at the Hotel
 
Day 2 :
KANDY >> PLANTATION WALK >> PERADENIYA >> KANDY
Kandy / Peradeniya 10 Kms – 15 Minutes
AM
After breakfast
Leave to visit the tea plantation & factory behind Amaya Hills. “Plantation Walk “– Enjoy a 5 km hike along a trail through the tea plantation which as a beautiful Surrounding& also allows for a superb view of Kandy city. The trek takes 30 Minutes for sportsmen & 45 Minutes for non-athletes.

Proceed to Peradeniya Botanical Gardens
The Royal Botanical Garden at Peradeniya was established in 1821 and now covers 140 acres, situated on a loop near the Mahaweli River, the longest river in Sri Lanka. Its primary purpose was to test and grow plants for commercial use in Sri Lanka. Today the Garden has one of the largest collections of flora from the sub- tropical climates in the world.
 
PM
Visit the City of Kandy.
Sri Lanka's second city is Kandy, a beautiful historical city in the citadel of the country. It is not only known for its great kings who ruled the city for almost 225 years independently until the British took over in 1815, but it is also the place where the Sacred Tooth of Lord Buddha is laid in a magnificent temple. The incomparable Perahera celebration, a procession of more than 100 elephants, is held every August here.

Visit part of the Old Palace and the Temple of the Tooth Relic and view the daily traditional rituals of the Temple.

Visit Crafts Center and a Gemological Museum.
Evening, view a performance of cultural dancing

Return to hotel for dinner & overnight stay.
 
Day 3 :
KANDY >> MATALE >> DAMBULLA
Kandy – Dambulla: 80 Kms – 02h 00 Minutes
AM
After breakfast, depart to Dambulla via Matale
En-route visit the Spice Garden at Matale For centuries, spices have been one of Sri Lanka's celebrated exports. Spices mostly grown in home gardens (as a home industry) and used not only to flavor food but also in medicine and cosmetics. Visit a Spice Garden and sample such scents and flavors as cinnamon, ginger, pepper, vanilla, cardamom etc. Arrive at the hotel and check-in to the Hotel.
 
PM
Visit Sigiriya Rock Fortress
Sigiriya, a massive rock in the green scrub jungle, is perhaps the most memorable place for visitors to Sri Lanka. The site was known from ancient times as a hermitage for Buddhist monks. A well-planned monastic complex included caved temples, bathing pools, lovely ponds and Asia's oldest surviving landscaped gardens. Today Sigiriya is famous for its frescoes painted in the pocket of the rock. The "Lion stairway", the "Mirror wall" and the "water gardens" are its other highlights

Return to hotel for dinner & overnight stay.
 
Day 4 :
DAMBULLA >> POLONNARUWA >> PASSEKUDAH
Kandy – Polonnaruwa - Passekudah: 130 Kms – 02h 30 Minutes
AM
After breakfast, depart to Passekudah via Polonnaruwa
Leave for Polonnaruwa. Visit the mediaeval capital Polonnaruwa. Polonnaruwa was the mediaeval capital of Sri Lanka, and today it is one of the most beautiful centers of our cultural heritage. With its comparatively brief history and a dozen rules, it is far more completely preserves ruin than Anuradhapura. Visit the ancient ruins and Gal Vihara complex, where 3 gigantic Buddha's statues are caved out of a single rock.
 
PM
Arrive at the hotel and check-in to the Hotel.

Dinner & overnight stay at the Hotel
 
Day 5 & 6 :
PASSEKUDA
Leisure on the beach on Half Board basis
 
Day 7 :
PASSEKUDA >> COLOMBO
PASSEKUDHA – COLOMBO – 300 KMS 06H00
AM
After breakfast, depart to Colombo via Dambulla
En-route visit the Dambulla Cave Temple A 1st century BC Rock Caved Temple, which contains the most outstanding collection of Buddha’s images in Sri Lanka. The walls are covered in paintings of images of Buddha during his different reincarnations as well as depicting some historic episodes.
 
PM
Arrive at the hotel and check-in to the Hotel.

Dinner & overnight stay at the Hotel
 
Day 8 :
COLOMBO >> AIRPORT
COLOMBO – Airport – 40 kms – 1h00
 
AM / PM
After Breakfast,

Leave to Airport for departure Flight
 
Accomodation
DAYS CITY PROPOSED HOTELS


DAY 01 & 02


Kandy


Amaya Hills - (04 Star)
www.amayaresorts.com


DAY 03

 


Dambulla


Amaya Lake – (04 star)
www.amayaresorts.com


DAY 04, 05 & 06


Passekuda


Maalu Maalu Resorts – (Boutique Hotel) www.maalumaalu.com


DAY 07


Colombo


Taj Samudra (05 Star) www.tajhotels.com

 
BASED ON – 02 ADULTS
 
Price includes following services:
» Assistance on Arrival & on Departure.
» Transport in an A/C CAR with an English Speaking chauffer Guide during circuit.
» Accommodation on Half Board Basis starting from Day 01 – Dinner to Day 08 – Breakfast.
» Visits according to the programme.
» Entrance permits to the sites according to the itinerary.
 
Price does not include the following services:
» Transfers during leisure time/s.
» Expenses of a personal nature.
» Photo and video camera permits at the sites.
» Mineral and Alcoholic beverages.
» Any other services other than those specified.
 
For Further Detail or Suggestions
Mr. Arun Raghavan : +91-22-22641001, +91 9821350161
 
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