Exclusive Sri Lanka tour & all-inc stay from £1359pp
- Return UK flights with hold luggage & in-flight meals
- 5-night 4* tour with half board meals
- All transportation during tour in an air-conditioned coach
- All entrance fees as per the itinerary
- Services of an English Speaking Guide during the tour
- Welcome souvenir for guests on arrival
- On tour fruit stops to taste the tropical Sri Lankan fruits
- 2 bottles of water per person per day (during tour)
- 6-night 4* all-inclusive stay at the Turyaa Kaluthara
- Free full day excursion with boat safari and turtle hatchery visit
- Transfer from Turyaa Kaluthara hotel to airport
- Any other services not specified in the itinerary
- Video and camera permits
- Lunch during the tour
- Optional tours and excursions
- Tips and other expenses of a personal nature
- Early check in and late check-out
- Visa cost
- Day 1 & 2 – Sigiriya – Oak Ray Elephant Lake or similar, half board
- Day 3 – Kandy – Topaz Hotel or similar, half board
- Day 4 – Haputhale – Olympus Plaza or similar, half board
- Day 5 – Udawalawe – Grand Udawalawe Safari Resort or similar, half board
- Day 6-11 – Kaluthara – Turyaa Kaluthara or similar, all inclusive
From stunning tropical beaches to bright green tea fields, the mesmerizing island of Sri Lanka is the extra special destination for your next getaway. Explore incredible national parks, wander through pretty colonial streets, discover incredible temples and then enjoy amazing local cuisine. With this exclusive offer, you will stay for 11-nights in Sri Lanka, you will start with a 5-night tour where you will explore some of Sri Lanka’s most incredible locations before moving on to a 6-night all-inclusive beach stay to relax and unwind on the glorious Sri Lankan coast line.
Turyaa Hotel offers beachfront rooms with private balconies, Turyaa Kalutara boasts garden landscapes, an outdoor pool with bar and fitness centre. It offers free parking and 4 dining options. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas. The spacious and air-conditioned rooms feature classic wood furnishings and cable TV.
For convenience, a safe and minibar are provided. En suite bathrooms have hot/cold showers and a hairdryer. Turyaa Kalutara is an hour’s drive from Colombo City and 6 km from the town centre. The international airport is a 2-hour drive from the resort. Regular workouts can be maintained at the squash and tennis courts available. For relaxation, guests can take a dip in the hot tub or enjoy sauna facilities. Sweeping ocean and garden views accompany buffet spreads at the hotel’s main restaurant. There is also a fine dining restaurant and coffee shop. Refreshing cocktails are available at the pool bar.
Day 1 – Sigiriya
You will be met by a representative in the arrivals hall before transferring to one of most beautiful hotels in Sigiriya. You will then have the evening free to relax at the hotel
Day 2 – Sigiriya
Breakfast at the hotel.
Sigiriya (Lion’s rock) is a large stone and ancient rock fortress and palace ruin in the central Dambulla of Sri Lanka, surrounded by the remains of an extensive network of gardens, reservoirs, and other structures. A popular tourist destination, Sigiriya is also renowned for its ancient paintings (frescos) which are reminiscent of the Ajanta Caves of India. It is one of the sevens World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka. It is also declared by UNESCO as the 8th Wonder of the World.
Take the catamaran ride and cross the lake to reach to your local village house they are very friendly and will gladly invite you into their homes and experience their way of life. Enjoy a scenic Catamaran ride in the reservoir a relaxing trip with plenty of nature and wildlife with the guidance of an ‘experts’. The reservoir is the habitat for different species of bird. You can experience traditional village life and a walk through paddy fields and vegetable crops in the Area. Try your hands in preparing some delicious Sri Lankan delicacies, and the spicy, fresh treat will be served to you for lunch.
Evening to relax at the hotel.
Day 3 – Kandy
Breakfast at the hotel
Ayurvedic Village -During early historical times Sri Lanka known as Taprobane, was world renowned for its Quality Spices. During ancient times the Greeks, Romans and the Arabic maintained their links with Sri Lanka through the spice trade. In the 16th century Ceylon, as it was then known, was discovered by Portuguese who soon began trading in cinnamon and other spices. The Dutch and British followed bringing with them their own history and influences, forming a strong Western presence which created a history of food expressed with spices which can be tasted in the dishes today. Also the Spices are use in Ayurveda in Sri Lanka.
Temple of the tooth – The Sacred Tooth Relic Temple or Dalada Maligawa is a monumental architectural heritage of not just Kandy but the whole of Sri Lanka. This edifice was constructed to house the sacred tooth of Lord Buddha which was brought. It is considered the holiest place for many Buddhists not just in Sri Lanka but by believers across the global.
Kandy city tour is nestled amidst verdant hills, interspersed by the Mahaweli River and the beautiful Kandy Lake as a center piece, Kandy is certainly the most picturesque city in the island and most visited. The last Sinhalese kings who ceded power to the British in 1815 after many a battle with the western colonial forces, still retains much of its old world charm and traditions, crafts, and the typical Sri Lankan way of life. Afterwards join your guide and continue the rest of the tour. Visit Batik and Wood carving center. Get an insight to local craft and arts. Whatever your interest be it pottery, intricately carved spoons, weaving , lacquer sinewy silver ware, or finely cut gems, you are like to find them in Kandy to your heart’s content.
Evening cultural show visit.
Day 4 – Haputhale
Breakfast at hotel, before checking out and transfer to Haputhale via Nuwara Eliya
Tea Plantation and Tea Factory Sri Lanka is home to the world’s best – globally renowned Ceylon Tea. With its fine rich flavour and bright golden colour it is unrivalled in terms of quality. The visit will gain an insight into the true art of growing and producing this favourite brew. Nuwara Eliya, also known as ‘Little’ England’, was the favorite hill station of the British who tried to create the resort into a typical English Village.
Train ride from Nanu Oya to Haputhale
Traveling by train in Sri Lanka is a unique experience. The railway track stretches across scenic hill country, magically untouched countryside. The train still runs on the legendary route built in the 19th century. Whichever route you choose, you are assured of an unforgettable journey.
Your guide will pick you up from the Station. Thereafter continue the journey to hotel.
Dinner & Overnight stay in Haputhale
Day 5 – Udawalawe
Check out from hotel and transfer to Udawalawe
En Route visit Lipton seat by Tuk Tuk with packed up Breakfast. Walk to visit Lipton’s Seat is a most famous view point of Badulla district and popular visiting place closed to Haputhale Sri Lanka. Lipton Seat is an observation point and at least 7 districts can be seen in this location. On the way to Lipton Seat there is a popular tea factory called Dambethanna Tea Factory which is largest tea factory of Badulla district. Arriving Lipton’s seat before 10:00 for view large location is recommended.
Jeep safari Udawalawe National Park Known as the second largest park for herds of wild elephants, the Udawalawe National Park lies in the lower catchment of Udawalawe Reservoir in the country’s Intermediate Lowland region. It was established as a National Park on 30th July 1972. This park is very famous for the Elephants. There are herds of elephant feeding in the grasslands.
Dinner & Overnight stay in Udawalawe
Day 6-11 – Beach Stay
After breakfast check out from hotel and transfer to your beach hotel
En Route visit the Eth Athuru Sevana (Elephant Transits home) situated in Udawalawe, this is an elephant transit home which was set up in 1995 as a pilot project by the Department of Wildlife Conservation to look after the abandoned baby elephants till they are able to take care of themselves.
Galle Fort which is close to the island’s southernmost point, 173km from Colombo, has the distinction of being the best-preserved sea fort in South Asia. A living heritage site, this 90 hectare (222 acre) attraction is a superb blend of architecture, with fortifications that resemble those in the coastal areas of Portugal. The fall of Galle to the Dutch in 1640 saw its fortifications consolidated further along the lines of the fortified cities of Europe. The Dutch and English Colonial styles are evident in the deep verandahs of houses supported by timber or masonry pillars.
Check in to your hotel in Kaluthara
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