This comprehensive tour begins with 7 nights based in the centre of the island’s famous Cultural Triangle, enabling you to explore the sites of the island’s ancient culture, and even go on safari, at a leisurely pace. The appreciation of the island’s diverse culture continues with a two-night stay in Kandy, the capital of the former medieval kingdom, with a cultural dance performance and a visit to the legendary Temple of the Tooth. Experience the colonial culture that thrived on tea production during a stay at the hill station of Nuwara Eliya before a chance to explore Colombo with its grand Edwardian buildings and a visit to wander the cobbled streets of the colonial fort of Galle, number 200 on UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites, with its ramparts, cobbled streets and boutique shops.
From Airport to Negombo.
Visit Negombo beach, Negombo lagoon & Fish market.
Seafood and generally known for the spicy savories served at beach restaurants and hotels are not what which wraps up Negombo. The blue waters beyond the Negombo beach are decent for a dropdown right after the International airport of Bandaranaike at Sri Lanka.
Visit Nilaveli beach.
If you're looking for some serious beach time, then Nilaveli could be just the ticket, for the sands are golden and the ocean inviting. Offshore, Pigeon Island offers fine diving and snorkelling.
Visit Pasikuda beach.
Pasikuda Beach, Batticaloa
Pasikuda beach is a popular tourist destination not only among foreigners but also among locals. The soft sandy beach and the shallow waters makes it a must see for visitors from all over. Pasikuda pronounced as 'Paasik kudah' is known to have one of the world's longest shallow coastlines. Since the water current is relatively weak you can walk around 250 meters out into to the sea. Use caution while swimming, however, since there are no lifeguards around the public beach area.
Visit Pasikuda Kovill
Visit Polonnaruwa ancient city, Kala wewa and Parackrama lake.
The second most ancient kingdom of Sri Lanka – a wide choice of places which once was the home to Kings and Queens, gave shelter to armies who fought to protect their motherland lies with the same glory. Gigantic tanks, palaces built on stories and hideouts of ancestors of Sri Lanka would allow you captures worth the walk.
Visit Matale Spice garden.
Spice Garden in Matale
Visit a spice garden in Matale to see many different types of spices Sri Lanka is famous for. Just 25 km from the hill capital of Kandy, the Matale spice gardens are among the best on the island. You will be introduced to different spices and shown how some of these spices are grown and processed. A processing and training unit has been set up in the area and farmers are grouped in a cooperative to ensure fair prices and you will also be able to purchase spices.
Gardens are open to visitors, a delightful place to stroll in fragrant greenery and learn about nutmeg, pepper vines, clove trees and curry, cinnamon and the precious cardamom, a relative of ginger. It grows in the shade of high jungle trees and can only be harvested by hand.
Visitors may buy spices, traditional remedies and cosmetics, taste an herbal brew and in some venues, enjoy the full flavors of Sri Lankan spices over lunch or an Ayurveda massage based on natural products from the garden.
Visit Batik Factory.
Visit Kandy Tooth Relic.
Kandy Tooth Relic
The magical town of Sri Lanka. Nestled between the gorgeous and lushful hills in Sri Lanka, Kandy is a town where you will really find the busyness of a suburb and the calmness of a village. Nevertheless, to say, the daily pirith chanting from the Kandy Temple of tooth have its own charm. An omissible point for anyone planning a tour to Sri Lanka.
The most worshipped place of Sri Lankan Buddhists, Kandy is the home for the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. Also, the city has its own charm with being the central kingdom (Rajadhaniya) for more than a century. This city will give you endless hours of pleasure in roaming the museums, the ancient temples, old royal castle and of course the great Kandy Lake.
Visit Kandian Traditional Dance.
Visit Peradeniya Botanical Garden.
Peradeniya Botanical Garden
Ever dreamt of walking through long flowery pathways and exploring endless sceneries with greener grass? Peradeniya Botanical Gardens in Sri Lanka could be the largest of them all to satisfy those paradise feelings and will also pump you up with relaxation and knowledge on many of endemic species and how they are taken good care of.
Visit Kandy Gem Musium.
Colombo City Tour (Independence Square, Galle face, port, Gangarama temple, Bandaranayake conference hall, wellawaththa Ganapathi Kowil).
The city of the sky-rising buildings, the federation of street sellers – the one-of-a-kind semi culture of trading, the city with the bustling business and places you could roam around all the way. Watch the sun drift down to the ocean while eating an authentic isso-wade (a prawn food item) at the beaches and you can name it ‘The City’ of Lanka.