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Day 01 - Arrival: Dambulla - Sigiriya - Kandy

Upon arrival, you will see a representative of Vishwa Lanka Tours who will offer assistance, before accompanying you to the old royal city of Kandy. Enroot can visit the Kegalle elephant orphanage enclosure, where you can walk with an elephant or a bath if you are not tired and if you have time, after you can visit Dambula, located in the northern central province, this UNESCO World Heritage Site, seeing from the 1st century BC, is an extraordinary complex of 5 caves that was originally used as a sanctuary by an ancient king who returned his throne commanding the beautiful images carved in living stone. Then you will visit Sigiriya. Sigiriya is an ancient stone fort located in the northern part of Sri Lanka.near the city of Dambulla, in the central province of Sri Lanka. Its name refers to the historical place and archaeological significance, dominated by large columns of almost 200 meters. Overnight Staying: Kandy

Day 02 - Kandy

After breakfast, Kandy continues, Kandy is the last capital of the kings of Sri Lanka and is a World Heritage Site. The name "Kandy" evokes a vision of grandeur and splendor. Many legends, traditions and folklore are still alive. Follow Lake Kandy built by the last King of Sinhala, Sri Vikrama Rajasinghe in 1798. Visit the city of Kandy and the Bazaar, arts and crafts center, museum of precious stones and stoning. Relics of Buddhist tooth brought to Sri Lanka in the 4th century, hidden in the hair of Orissa Princess, the relics grow in honor and purity in Sri Lanka and in the Buddhist world. Maintain the religious dental temples considered the most valuable in Sri Lanka. Upon arrival at the hotel in the hotel, at night you can take a tour of the city and visit the temple of the tooth and the botanical gardens of Peradeniya or visit until night. Overnight Staying: Kandy

Day 03 - Nuwara Eliya

View Nuwara Eliya mountain and cloudy weather after breakfast, where you can visit green tea plantations, such as the Rambamba waterfall, on the road to Nuwara Eliya. The Nuwara Eliya Hotel is located in the heart of the hill, 6182 meters above sea level, and is known as Little England Sri Lanka. In the vicinity of Nuwara Eliya you will see evidence of British influence. Visit the old post office, the Grand Hotel, the golf course, the racecourse, the trout and the oars or the fishing in Gregory Lake. You can visit Victoria Park, an interesting and well-used oasis. It is popular with ornithologists. At night, you can visit the strawberry gardens or the botanical gardens of Hakgala, if that is interesting. Upon arrival, enjoy the beautiful views of the countryside before heading to the warmth of your hotel. Overnight Staying: Nuwara Eliya

Day 04 - Bentota

In the morning transfer to the Beach to Bentota. Upon arrival, guests can visit Bawa Geoffery Park and surround themselves. This is the one of best beach resorts on the south coast with many hotels that offers services to tourists. In addition, this area offers a variety of water sports, especially suitable for windsurfing, water skiing, water skiing, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing and boat safaris in Bentota. In the afternoon, after check-in at the hotel, you can spend your free time on the beach or at the hotel pool. You can see the beautiful sunset in your last paradise. Overnight Staying: Bentota

Day 05 - Colombo

After Breakfast you will be taken a city tour to see Colombo. It is the business and commercial center of Sri Lanka. Colombo was only a small seaport, which came into prominence in the 16th Century with the arrival of the Portuguese in 1505 and the development of it as a major Harbor during the British period and became the capital in 1815 after Kandy was ceded by the British. As you can leisure at evening. Overnight stay at Colombo

Day 06 - Departure

On this day, we will travel to Colombo International Airport upon departure, depending on the departure time.