Get ready for an action-packed journey through the island enjoying a load of excitement and thrill second to no other. Go trekking, hiking, climbing, water rafting and try a list of adventurous activities for two weeks while exploring the best sights and sounds of Sri Lanka.

Day 01

routeRoute :  Airport > Habarana

Welcome and assistance by your guide.
Head towards Habarana or Sigiriya leading your way through your first discovery of the Island landscapes.
Check in to the hotel. Elephant back ride.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


In between the sacred Dambulla and World Marvel Sigiriya lies the place of accommodation and arrangement portal for elephant rides. Habarana has a railway station where you could get down from expecting to visit Minneriya and Kaudulla national Parks.

Day 02

routeRoute :  Habarana > Sigiriya > Hiriwaduna

Visit Sigiriya the rock fortress, A massive monolith of red stone that rises 600ft. Admire the frescoes of spellbindingly lovely maidens, it has most abutted by a wall and is surrounded by rock and water gardens.
Afternoon, boat excursion on lake Hiriwaduna.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


Sigiriya Perched at 370 m, at the top of a rock of red stone which dominates a harmonious set of gardens designed in the fifth century, the citadel of Sigiriya has been classified by UNESCO since 1982. Anfractuosity of the rock preserves the jewel of the Sri Lankan painting : The portraits of twenty-one young ladies, whose delicate colors have kept their luster for 1,500 years.

Eagle's nest of a parricide king, Kasyapa, the palace of the summit is served by a narrow staircase that sneaks between giant paws.

Day 03

routeRoute :   Habarana > Polonnaruwa > Ritigala

Leave for Polonnaruwa after Breakfast. Polonnaruwa is the island’s medieval capital (11th - 13th Centuries AD). Lunch.
Visit ancient monastry of Ritigala, hidden in the jungle with more than 70 caves where the monks have been meditating, secluded in a calm and serene setting.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


Polonnaruwa remains as the second most ancient royal city in Sri Lanka's kingdom. The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa has been declared a World Heritage Site.Today this ancient city remains one of the best planned archaeological relic cities in the country, standing testimony to the discipline and greatness of the Kingdom's first rulers. 13th Century, Polonnaruwa is considered one of the best preserved historic cities in the world.

Day 04

routeRoute :  Habarana > Dambana

Leave for Dambana after Breakfast.
Check in to hotel. Then, leave for a walk in the forest and the villages conducted by an experienced aboriginal guide. The aboriginees known as « Veddahs » descended from the island indegenous community of 16000 BC.
Dinner and night in a camp


Sri Lanka’s Aborigines’, or the Veddha’s meaning “people of the forest” of Sri Lanka has a history much older than prince Vijaya’s landing in 5th century BC and the origins of the Sinhala race. Archaeological evidence suggest that modern Veddha’s Neolithic ancestors inhabited this island as far back as 10,000 BC with. Once roaming the Great Plains’ of the north central region to the central mountains, today the remaining Veddha population are confined to Dambana which is close to Maduru oya sanctuary.

Day 05

routeRoute :  Dambana > Mahyangana > Ella

Leave for Ella via Mahiyangana. Enroute visit the temple.
Walk and discover the mountains and jungles around Ella.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


Today one of the soaring tourist attractions in Sri Lanka located in the Central province of the country. Ella is a supreme destination for both comfort seekers as well as for adventurous souls. You can either sit back and enjoy the mesmerizing landscapes or hike and trek around the Ella mountain range all day.

Day 06

routeRoute :  Ella > Kataragama > Tissamaharama

Leave towards the Southern coast of the island..
Check in to the hotel and visit the hindu temple of Kataragama and participate in the evening puja.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


Day 07

routeRoute :  Tissamaharama > Yala > Wirawila

Early morning, excursion on 4x4 in Yala National Park. In summer, the animals are rarely found and the park may be closed. In that case, we propose that you visit Uda Walawe National Park.
Travel for Wirawila. Check in to the lodge Podi Ayyia.
Walk and visit the surrounding banana plantations and paddy fields.
Dinner and night in camp.

Day 08

routeRoute :  Wirawila > Koslanda > Buduruwagala > Diyaluma > Nuwara Eliya

Leave for Koslanda. Visit the ancient statue of Buduruwagala.
Walk and discover Diyaluma Waterfalls.
Dinner and night in the hotel.

Nuwara   Eliya

At 180KM from Colombo and 77 KM from Kandy, this city with 1900m of attitude is ranked as the highest in Sri Lanka. Nuwaraeliya has a mild climate & freshness . You can see rolling hills , woods and tea plantations, a lake and streams, orchards or grow vegetables , golf courses, meadows and colonial houses.

Day 09

routeRoute :  Nuwara Eliya > Horton Plains

Trekking on mountains of 5-6 hours in Horton Plains ( 2100 meters of altitude)
Picnic lunch.
Dinner and night in the hotel.

Horton Plains

Horton Plains National Park is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka and is covered by montane grassland and cloud forest. This plateau at an altitude of 2,100–2,300 metres (6,900–7,500 ft) is rich in biodiversity and many species found here are endemic to the region. This region was designated a national park in 1988. It is also a popular tourist destination and is situated 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) from Ohiya, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) from the world famous Ohiya Gap/Dondra Watch and 32 kilometres (20 mi) from Nuwara Eliya.

Day 10

routeRoute :  Nuwara Eliya > Kandy (train)

Walk across the tea plantations (4-5 hours) and hop on the train and leave for Kandy.
Check in to the hotel.
Visit the temple of tooth relic, known as Dalada Maligawa. Participation in the ceremony of evening puja.
Dinner and night in the hotel.


Kandy is the main town in the center of Sri Lanka, 116 km from Colombo and is watered by the Mahaweli River. The city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988.At the center of the Kandy city, there is a lake, which was originally a reservoir of water that was excavated by the English during colonization. The place is still very popular for walking.The famous Temple of the Tooth in Kandy, this vast monument, built in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, houses the most valuable relic of the Buddhist universe: a tooth of Gautama. People from all over the world have been praying for this tooth, a symbol of power, for centuries.

You will also be able to admire the golden dagoba that houses the relic, but you can attend a puja ceremony by mingling with the crowd of worshipers.

Day 11

routeRoute :  Kandy > Pinnawala > Negombo

Visit the elephant orphanage in Pinnawala.
Lunch in the river banks of Mahaoya.
Continue towards the western coast and check in to the beach resort in Negombo.


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, situated about 90KM away from Colombo. Be there at the right time to see specially elephant bathing time & their feeding time of baby elephants. It is a unique place to observe and approach elephants.

Day 12

routeRoute :  Negombo > Bandaranayake International Airport

Day of relaxation on the beach and lunch.
Dinner (as per the time of the flight)
Transfer to the Colombo Airport.


Negombo is a lively city, and very strongly influenced by the Catholic Church. This city has a rich testimony of the past. Portuguese churches, a legacy of ancient history, scattered here and there is a tropical vegetation in Negambo, a smal village of fishermen who live to the rhythm of the winds and the sea. Here you can visit the fish market and also do a boat trip on the Dutch canal.

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