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7D6N Tropical Sri Lanka

Description

6 Nights Tropical Sri Lanka package from S$2745.00 nett per person per package

Sri Lanka is one of the few locations in the world that can provide visitors with such a fantastic combination of gorgeous landscapes, immaculate beaches, compelling cultural history, and unique experiences in such a little space.

 

Inclusions

  • 6 Nights' accommodation with breakfast based on double-sharing basis 
  • Meals are on half board basis (6 Breakfasts, 5 Dinners)
  • Transport in an A/C vehicle with the services of an English speaking chauffeur and guide as per the itinerary except during free and easy schedules
  • All government taxes

 

Exclusions

  • Flight tickets and airport taxes
  • Travel / Covid Insurance
  • Tipping for guide and driver
  • Personal expenses such as international call charges, minibar, laundry
  • Any other items that is not mentioned in the inclusions above

 

Terms and conditions

  • The above rates quoted are in Singapore Dollars (SGD)
  • The above rates quoted are inclusive of prevailing taxes
  • Validity of the package is up to 31 October 2023 but surcharge of S$3295 nett per person per package is applicable from 21 to 31 August 2023
  • All rooms and rates are subject to availability

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival in Kandy

Arrival - Welcomed by a representative of Lanka Sportreizen


Leave for Kandy- “The Hill Capital”


En-route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

In the Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka, 13 kilometers northeast of Kegalle town, is Pinnawala village, which serves as an orphanage, nursery, and captive breeding facility for wild Asian elephants. The largest herd of elephants kept in captivity is found in Pinnawala.

 

Afterwards continue to Kandy

Kandy, which means "City on the Hills," got its name because nature—including water, rocks, and jungles—protected it. The last royal residence of the Sri Lankan monarchs before they were defeated by the British in 1815 AD is now a World Heritage Site. When you think of Kandy, images of splendor and elegance come to mind. Numerous myths, customs, and folklore are still tenderly preserved. The golden-roofed Temple of the Buddha's Tooth Relic is the main draw. A commanding view of the City may be found from the Kandy Lake, which the previous king Sri Wickramarajasinghe created in 1806. Along with culture and history, it is a city for arts and crafts.

 

Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

Day 2 - Kandy > Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast at the hotel, visit Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Buddha
–By far the most important place of worship for devotees all over the world


Proceed to Nuwara Eliya with the city tour including visit to Gregory Lake


At 6,183 feet above sea level and at the base of Mount Pidurutalagala, Sri Lanka's highest peak, sits the town of Nuwara Eliya. has a crisp, chilly climate that is unique to Sri Lanka. The town feels like a slice of the English Lake District, a tranquil escape from the bustle of Colombo. Along with other natural features like waterfalls and caverns, unusual flora, birds, and animals flourish here. The gleaming green leaves of this beautiful shrub, coupled with orderly rows of greenery, cover the peaks and valleys, leaving a lasting picture of Sri Lanka's Hill Country.


Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

 

Day 3 - Nuwara Eliya > Yala

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Yala


Sri Lanka's wild animals and the Yala National Park are Yala's principal claims to fame. Yala National Park offers the best chance of all Sri Lanka's National Parks to see the country's diverse array of wildlife


Evening jeep safari in Yala national park

Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

Day 4 - Yala > Bentota

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Bentota
On Sri Lanka's southwest coast, there is a vacation destination called Bentota. Its long Bentota Beach extends north, adjacent to Bentota Lagoon, where it transforms into a sandy strip known as Paradise Island. Canoe Rock is one dive spot with lots of coral. There is a sizable Buddha statue at the historic Galapota Temple on the Bentota River. Geoffrey Bawa's estate and gardens, Lunuganga, are located in the southeast. Bevis' Brief Garden is in the northeast, where he resides.
 
Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

Day 5 - Bentota > Kosgoda > Bentota

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Kosgoda and visit Turtle hatchery


There are 18 turtle hatcheries along Sri Lanka's southern coast, with the Turtle Care Center at Kosgoda Beach being one of them. The center was started in 1981 and is situated in Kosgoda, a beach community in South Western Australia. Additionally, Kosgoda serves as the nesting ground for all five species of turtles that come to Sri Lanka. Contrarily, several of the other hatcheries in the area of the island only host a small number of the species on their beaches.


Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

Day 6 - Bentota > Colombo

After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Colombo- the Commercial Capital.
In the afternoon, go on a city tour of Colombo, visiting places like a Buddhist temple, Pettah, a Dutch church, Wolvendhal, a mosque, a Hindu temple, Cinnamon Gardens, a prestigious residential area, the Nelum Pokuna, a recently opened performing arts theater, the Nelum Kuluna, South Asia's tallest tower, etc.
 
Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel

 

Day 7 - Departure

After breakfast, proceed to airport for departure

 

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