Cultural Package 3


Explore the hidden treasures of Sri Lanka travelling to the far corners of the island to see, hear and feel the real beauty of the island. Walk along the white sandy beaches, wander around the ancient cities and fortresses, ride through the thick jungles and stroll around the must-visit cities to uncover the rich nature, culture, cuisine and more.

Day 01

routeRoute :  Airport > Sigiriya

Welcome and assistance at the airport. Head towards Sigiriya, the cultural triangle. Stop at Kurunegala for a refreshment. On the way, visit Cinnamon plantation.


True cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka and there are eight cinnamon species in Sri Lanka Cinnamon was a precious spice in the west during 14th -15th centuries and its’ primary use was to preserve meat and to retard the growth of bacteria.

Day 02

routeRoute :  Habarana > Polonnaruwa > Sigiriya

Enjoy breakfast with Sri Lankan traditional flavours and go for a village tour to discover the uniqueness of Sri Lankan rural life. Enjoy the surrounding greenery and nature and pay a visit to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in the afternoon and experience the grandeur of Sri Lankan history.


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.


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 the ancient city of Polonnaruwa 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 03

routeRoute :   Sigiriya > Minneriya

Head to Sigiriya to climb the world famous Sigiriya Lion rock and capture the beauty and architectural brilliance of the place. Later in the day get on a 4x 4 jeep to explore the wilderness of Minneriya national park, a home for a diversity of wildlife including elephants, deer, jackal, buffalo, wild boar and more.


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.


Safari 4x4 vehicle Minneriya covering an area of 8 889 ha, still uncrowded, where hordes of wild elephants gather. The vegetation is quite varied, as in most national parks of Sri Lanka, between dense forests, bamboos and swampy plains where waterfowl and birds of prey, buffaloes and marsh crocodiles proliferate. If you are lucky, a leopard in search of food will cross your path. Other species that roam the park include: bear, macaque, monkey, giant Ceylon squirrel, jackal, etc.

Day 04

routeRoute :  Minneriya > Dambulla > Kandy

Drive off to Kandy another must-visit attraction in Sri Lanka known for its cultural brilliance. Along the way visit Golden cave temple at Dambulla to admire the ancient wall murals and hundreds of Buddha statues. At Kandy join the devotees of the Temple of the Tooth and end the day with a cultural show that will make your jaws drop.
Visit Kandy temple, & Kandy dance.


Famed Royal Rock Temple is an iconic symbol of Sri Lanka – which has an unbelievably carved rock Buddha Statue and amazing paintings which dates back to a symbolic reign. The Dambulla city would also give you an admirable experience of one of Sri Lanka’s biggest wholesale markets – where the leafy and greeny vegetables be distributed to all the countries.


Kandy is the second main city in Sri Lanka. It is located on a plateau surrounded by mountains covered with tropical forest with rich biodiversity. At the very heart of the city is Lake Kandy (or Lake Bogambara), which attracts many walkers.

Day 05

routeRoute :  Kandy City tour > Peradeniya

Today, you can enjoy an unforgettable time with nature disconnecting from the city life at Royal botanical garden. Being a home to a large variety of flora species the garden is the largest botanical garden in Sri Lanka.
Visit Kandy city & surroundings.


Ever dreamt of walking through long flowery pathways and exploring endless sceneries with greener grass.Here you can see endemic plants & flowers in Sri Lanka. It is renowned for its impressive collection of orchids. In addition, there is a garden of spices, medicinal plants and many palm trees.

Day 06

routeRoute :  Kandy > Nuwara Eliya

Leave Kandy for Nuwara Eliya, the city that boasts of breathtaking mountainous scenery with cascading waterfalls. Visit the process of tea powder making process in a tea factory dotted in the middle of an emerald green tea plantation. In the evening, pay a visit to Seeta Amman temple. Or you can take a train ride from Kandy to Nanu Oya.

Nuwara   Eliya

Nestled among the splendour of the rolling misty mountain tops, discover the ‘Little England’ of the island. Located 166 kilometres away from Colombo, Nuwara Eliya is a captivating tiny town ideal for peaceful Sri Lanka holiday. Walk along lush tea estates, ride a pony or explore charming blooms amidst spellbinding botanical gardens.

Day 07

routeRoute :   Nuwara Eliya > Yala

Head to Yala after your breakfast at the hotel. En route visit the effortlessly flowing Ravana Waterfall. On arrival at Yala, go on a safari at Yala national park and snap the shots of elephants, leopards, wild boar, deer, peacocks and more, in their natural habitat.


Located in the South-East region, Yala where you can experience a bunch of wildlife adventures including exciting wildlife safari. Yala combines a strict nature reserve with a national park. The park has protected area of nearly 130000 hectares of land consisting of light forests, scrubs, grasslands, tanks and lagoons.

Day 08

routeRoute :   Yala > Kalutara

Drive off to Kalutara to enjoy some incredible days at the beach. Spend a relaxing time gazing at the azure waters of the Indian Ocean sipping some cocktail rich in tropical flavours and immerse yourself in the salty breeze after a refreshing dip in the ocean.


The Kalutara beach proves you as the sublime stretch of golden sand could barely make you find another tourist’s footprint around. Experience the luxury and serenity of the golden beaches and green and blue oceans at Kalutara.

Day 09

routeRoute :   Kalutara > Kosgoda turtle hatchery > Galle

Early morning set off to go on a boat ride to explore the whales and dolphins amidst the ocean. Head for whale watching and then to Kosgoda turtle hatchery. En route discover the story behind the rampart of the famous Galle Fort which is a UNESCO world heritage site.


Galle is a city located on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka. It is known for its fortified city built in the sixteenth century by Portuguese settlers. Dutch ramparts encircle the pedestrian streets whose architecture testifies to the presence of the Portuguese, Dutch and British. Remarkable constructions include the Dutch Reformed Church of the 18th century. The Galle lighthouse stands on the southeastern tip of the fort.

Day 10-11

routeBeach Rest Kalutara

At last, the time has come for you to spend some relaxing time enjoying the beach, sand and wind. Go on a boat ride along the scenic waters of the Madu river (optional). In the evening, admire the beauty of a magical sunset enjoying the shades of reds and floating clouds and live in the moment forgetting all the problems.

Beach Rest

Day 12


Transfer to the airport for your departure. Along the way to the airport, you can enjoy a Colombo city tour & shopping depending on the time of your flight home.


Colombo is the economic capital of Sri Lanka and its largest city by the number of inhabitants.Colombo has benefited for about two millennia from its strategic position on maritime trade routes, between Europe and the Middle East on the one hand, and the Asia on the other, as well as its natural harbor.

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