Sri Lanka Journey Tour Package 14 Days/ 13 Nights

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Might say a state has been active in plain sight. countless travelers have passed overhead, however years of uncertainty unbroken state off several itineraries. Now, however, all that has modified. The country Sri Lanka Tour places is moving forward quickly as a lot of and a lot of individuals discover its myriad charms. Lying between a lot of trampled components of Republic of India and geographic area, Sri Lanka Cultural and historic places, natural beauty area unit undeniably enticing. it is the place you haven't been to, however, that you just ought to. Mostly in very little Sri Lanka Tourism Few places have as several United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization World Heritage Sites (8) packed into such a tiny low space. Sri Lanka's 2000-plus years of culture is discovered at ancient sites wherever legendary temples boast lovely details when they shelter in caves or perch on outstanding peaks. more modern area unit aware colonial fortresses, from Galle to Trincomalee. Across the island, hunting expedition tours of Sri Lanka tourism attractions are going to see the natural beauty of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka Cultural and being amazed by different birds, water buffaloes, and leopards. The Best Sri Lanka tour package attractions for 14 Days you will be going to visit the Sri Lanka trip package of India 2019 places I will give a brief introduction of the beauty of Sri Lanka about the places you visit for 14 days Sri Lanka package.

Day 1 Depart UK for Colombo, Sri Lanka. 

Day 2 - Colombo Arriving in Colombo, you will be exchanged to your settlement in Colombo or Negombo to unwind and loosen up after your flight, setting yourself up for the "Esteem Beyond Imagination" Holiday in Sri Lanka.

Days 3 and 4 - Dambulla An epic voyage through the island's inside will take you to the acclaimed Cultural Triangle to visit a portion of the area's interesting destinations. In transit, you will be taken to Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage, the home to the biggest gathering of stranded elephants on the planet. Sri Lanka's Cultural Triangle was the focal point of the island's extraordinary old human progress that flourished more than multi-year prior. Towns of Dambulla and Habarana contain probably the best inns in Sri Lanka, generally arranged in flawless timberland and wilderness settings, so you get a genuine 'back-to-nature' feel while remaining there. In the Cultural Triangle, you will investigate the medieval capital remnants of Polonnaruwa, the amazing rock fortification of Sigiriya, the old Golden Cave sanctuaries of Dambulla are all UNESCO World Heritage locales. We likewise incorporated an undertaking Elephant Back Safari at Habarana through the towns and woods to include a smidgen of zest into your flavor. You will remain at the town "Cinnamon Lodge".

Days 5 and 6 – Kandy Visit Kandy the last antiquated Capital of Sri Lanka, in transit visiting a Spice Garden. Here you can appreciate the cool atmosphere. The Kingdom of Kandy was the last Sri Lankan administering administration to surrender to British principle in 1815. The name Kandy was given to the city of Kanda Uda Rata by the British. Land highlights of the kingdom, for example, to a great degree extreme access courses and the way that the primary zone is encompassed by mountains and woodlands, contributed intensely to Kandy's intense restriction against intrusion. Visit the Temple of the Buddha's Tooth where a hallowed tooth relic of the Lord Buddha is cherished, Participate at night 'pooja' when the sanctuary is lit up with flashing lights - a mystical experience. Peradeniya Gardens And Its Orchid Houses One of the best professional flowerbeds in the East incorporating an Orchid House with 300 assortments of orchids. Ruler Mountbatten's acclaimed South East Asia Command Headquarters were situated inside these patio nurseries amid WW 2 and investigate Kandy's frontier legacy, expressions and creates focuses. You will remain at the ruler of Kandy "The Chaaya Citadel'. 

Days 7 – Hill Country Travel via train through the tea secured slopes, mountains into Sri Lanka's tea-developing good countries of Nuwara Eliya. The first Hill Station of the British tea grower who came to Ceylon, as it was then known. Appreciate the "Tea Experience", which includes a visit to a tea estate or play a series of Golf that is the most established Golf Course in Asia or walk around the grounds of the inn or unwind on the yard and appreciate the new, mountain air. You will remain at the manufacturing plant "Heritance Tea Factory'.

Days 8 to 13 - Sri Lanka's tropical shorelines Drop down to the drift passing Devon Falls and adjacent St Clairs Falls, two of the islands most excellent cascades and Kithulgala Famous as the pleasant area for Sir David Lean's film Bridge over The River Kwai, film buffs can at present observe the real site of the 'bridge'.

Day 14 – Departure from Sri Lanka.

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Depart UK for Colombo, Sri Lanka.

  • Day 2

    Colombo Arriving in Colombo, you will be transferred to your accommodation in Colombo or Negombo to relax and unwind after your flight, preparing yourself for the “Value Beyond Imagination” Holiday in Sri Lanka.

  • Day 3/4

    Dambulla An epic journey through the island’s interior will take you to the famous Cultural Triangle to visit some of the county’s fascinating sites. En-route you will be taken to Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage, the home to the largest group of orphaned elephants in the world. Sri Lanka‘s Cultural Triangle was the center of the island’s great ancient civilization that flourished over 2000 year ago. Villages of Dambulla and Habarana contain some of the best hotels in Sri Lanka, mostly situated in lovely forest and jungle settings, so you get a real 'back-to-nature' feel when staying there. In the Cultural Triangle, you will be exploring the medieval capital ruins of Polonnaruwa, the remarkable rock fortress of Sigiriya, the ancient Golden Cave temples of Dambulla are all UNESCO World Heritage sites. We also included an adventure Elephant Back Safari at Habarana through the villages and forest to add a little bit of spice into your flavor. You will be staying at the village “Cinnamon Lodge.

  • Day 5/6

    Kandy Visit Kandy the last ancient Capital of Sri Lanka, en-route visiting a Spice Garden. Here you can enjoy the cool climate. The Kingdom of Kandy was the last Sri Lankan ruling dynasty to give in to British rule in 1815. The name Kandy was given to the city of Kanda Uda Rata by the British. Its present-day Sri Lankan name is Maha Nuwara. Topographical features of the kingdom such as extremely tough access routes and the fact that the main area is surrounded by mountains and forests contributed heavily to Kandy’s tough opposition against invasion. Visit the Temple of the Buddha’s Tooth where a sacred tooth relic of the Lord Buddha is enshrined, Participate in the evening ‘pooja’ when the temple is illuminated with flickering lamps -a magical experience. Peradeniya Gardens And Its Orchid Houses One of the finest botanical gardens in the East including an Orchid House with 300 varieties of orchids. Lord Mountbatten’s famous South East Asia Command Headquarters were located inside these gardens during WW 2 and explore Kandy’s colonial heritage, arts and; crafts centers. You will be staying at the queen of Kandy “The Chaaya Citadel’.

  • Day 7

    Hill Country Travel by train through the tea covered hills, mountains into Sri Lanka’s tea-growing highlands of Nuwara Eliya. The original Hill Station of the British tea planters who came to Ceylon, as it was then known. Enjoy the “Tea Experience”, which involves a visit to a tea plantation or play a round of Golf that is the oldest Golf Course in Asia or stroll in the grounds of the hotel or relax on the lawn and enjoy the fresh, mountain air. You will be staying at the factory “Heritance Tea Factory’

  • Day 8/13

     Sri Lanka’s tropical beaches Drop down to the coast passing Devon Falls and nearby St Clairs Falls, two of the islands most beautiful waterfalls and Kithulgala Famous as the picturesque location for Sir David Lean’s film Bridge over The River Kwai, film buffs can still see the actual site of the ‘bridge’

  • Day 14

     Departure from Sri Lanka.

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Highlights

  • Colombo
  • Dambulla
  • Cultural Triangle
  • Ancient Capital of Sri Lanka
  • Kandy
  • Nuwara Eliya

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