colors of Sri Lanka in three of its famed destinations-Kandy,
Colombo, and Kalutara. The exotica of the three
destinations is intriguing, enthralling, and leaves
a distinct effect on travellers. The sightseeing
tour in the UNESCO world heritage city of Kandy
would take you to its prime attractions like the
Temple of the Tooth, the royal Botanical Gardens,
and the Peradeniya University campus. In Kalutara,
you get a chance to see the biggest mammal on the
planet in its natural habitat at the Pinnawala Elephant
Orphanage. And Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka,
needs no introduction. The city has a rich history
and cultural diversity and provides excellent shopping
opportunities. Join in the Fast Focus !
Cost: Per person on Twin sharing
Package categories: Standard 3
Per person on Twin sharing Basis.
Reduction per person on Triple
Children Age between 3 - 6 years
sharing parent's room w/o Extra Bed.
Children Age Between 6-12 years
sharing parent's room with Extra Bed
Children below 2 years - Free
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does not include:
Meet & greet at the Airport.
Accommodation at the above mentioned Hotels or similar
Transportation as per itinerary.
Half-day city shopping tour of Colombo
Return airport transfers
All related government taxes.
Early check in & late check
Entrance fees to Monuments.
Camera & video permits.
Any expenses of a personal nature.
Any other expenses not mentioned above.
Tips & Portages
Any compulsory room supplements during the tour.
Day 1: Arrives Colombo
On arrival at Kandy,
you will be transferred to your hotel.
Embark on a sightseeing tour of Kandy
which is a UNESCO world heritage site.
The historic city, about 480m above
sea level, is surrounded by mountains.
It was known to Sri Lankans as Kanda
Uda Rata, which means the hill country.
Kandy was home to Sri Lanka's last
independent Kingdom, which survived
two centuries of colonial incursion
before finally falling to the British
at the beginning of the nineteenth
century. Visit the Temple of the Tooth,
the royal Botanical Gardens, the Peradeniya
University campus, and catch a panoramic
view of the picturesque town from
Upper Lake Drive. Early in the evening,
visit a Kandyan Dance performance
and be treated to a spectacular fire
walking finale. Kandy is also famous
for its shopping, gems and jewellery,
handicrafts, batiks, silks etc. You
will get the opportunity to shop to
your heart's content. Overnight stay
at Kandy hotel.
Day 2: Kandy/Kalutara
Breakfast at hotel.
Transfer from Kandy to Pinnawela.
The Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage is
one of Sri Lanka's most popular tourist
attractions. The orphanage's population
has now mushroomed to around 65, making
it the world's largest collection
of captive elephants. The elephants
here range in age from newborns to
elderly matriarchs, and include orphaned
and abandoned elephants as well as
those injured in the wild. Transfer
from Pinnawela to Kalutara. Overnight
stay at the Kalutara hotel.
Day 3: Kalutara
After an appetizing
breakfast, transfer from Kalutara
to Colombo. Enjoy a city tour of Colombo
which is the largest city and former
administrative capital of Sri Lanka.
It is a busy and vibrant city with
a mixture of modern life and remnants
of a bygone colonial era. Due to its
large harbor and its strategic position
along the East-West sea trade routes,
Colombo was known to ancient traders
2,000 years ago. However, it was only
made the capital of the island when
Sri Lanka was ceded to the British
Empire in 1815. The main city is home
to a majority of the Sri Lanka's corporate
offices, restaurants, and entertainment
venues. On this tour, you will visit
many of the historical, religious
and commercial sites of Colombo including
the historic and bustling Fort and
Pettah, the elite residential Cinnamon
Gardens, the Galle Face Green, Viharamahadevi
Park, and much more. Overnight stay
in hotel at Colombo.
Day 4: Departure
Breakfast at hotel.
Transfer from Colombo to airport for