3 Days Tour
Experience the highlights of Sri Lanka in these well-planned itineraries that showcases the jewels of our cultural and Nature.
Arrival and transfer to Sigiriya on the way visit the famous Orphaned Elephants House, where abandoned baby elephants have been rescued and brought up by the nature-protection authority.In the afternoon visit Sigiriya und ascend the rock fortress from the 5th century A.D. constructed under King Kasiappa (473 – 491 A.D.). Lion's Rock is a citadel of unequaled beauty rising 200 meters above the lush jungle. At the foot of the rock is a moat surrounded by an expansive garden in which can be found the famous Watered Gardens. Visit the world-renowned Frescos of the ,Heavenly Maiden” of Sigiriya.Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
After breakfast your trip continues on to Kandy. On the way, check out the Dambulla rock temple, erected under King Wakagambahu in the 1st century A.D. In this impressive complex, consisting of five caves is the world's largest painted surface. The caves contain more than 150 representations of Buddha of which the largest is a gigantic statue carved out of solid rock and 14 meters in length. Proceeding to Kandy visit of a spice garden in Matale.In the afternoon city tour of Kandy, the last king's town in Sri Lanka, whose name evokes visions of splendour and glory. Trip around Lake Kandy. at the time of the evening ceremony visit of the tooth-relic buddha temple. Afterwards you will experience a cultural dancing event.Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
After breakfast, visit the Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya, created originally by a Sinhala king as a recreational area and then further expanded by the British. The gardens boast an astounding array of trees, bushes and flowering plants.Thereafter, you'll continue your tour and visit Nuwara Eliya, pausing to enjoy a visit to a tea plantation and Labukelle (Macwood Tea Factory ) Nuwara Eliya is Sri Lanka's most beloved wellness-resort as well as the center of the tea production industry. The highest mountain in the country, the Pidurutalagala (2.524 m) is located here, as well as one of the most beautiful 18-hole golf courses of South Asia. Visit Nuwara Eliya.Nuwara Eliya is often referred to by the Sri Lankan tourist industry as ‘Little England’. While most British visitors struggle to recognize modern England in Nuwara Eliya, the toy-town ambience does have a rose-tinted English country village feel to it, though it comes with a disorienting surrealist edge. The bustling centre of town is a thoroughly Sri Lankan tangle, but scratch the surface a little to reveal colonial bungalows, well-tended hedgerows and pretty rose gardens.In earlier times, Nuwara Eliya (meaning ‘City of Light’) was the favored cool-climate escape for the hard-working and hard-drinking English and Scottish pioneers of Sri Lanka’s tea industry.On completion proceed to the Airport via Kithulgala.