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A Deluxe Tour in the Beautiful Country 

24 - 30 March 2020


Trip Cancelled due to Corona virus spread 



Trip details:


 Together we will visit:  


Fort and Pettah- the commercial area of the city and tree-lined Colombo

Galle Face Green,

Old Parliament

Lighthouse Clock tower

Colombo Harbor

Gangarama Temple on Beira Lake and Independence Square

 Habarana lake     


The Dambulla rock temple was built by King Walagambahu 

Dambulla is a popular tourist destination in Sri Lanka. The popular cave temple complex in Dambulla dated to the 2nd century BC is declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO



Village Trek. (Boat Ride, Bullock Cart Ride)


Minneriya for a safari of the Kaudulla National Park 

Do a safari of the Kaudulla National Park by jeep. The extent of the Kaudulla National Park is about 8,889 hectares. Dry zone plant and animal species are common and elephants are in plenty.  



The 5th century rock citadel of King Kasyapa and World Heritage Site - Sigiriya - doesn't only boasts of ancient Sri Lanka engineering & urban planning supremacy but also acclaims to be one of the finest monuments of art & culture. It is situated in the Central Province of Sri Lanka close to Dambulla. It is a fortress complex of a ruined palace and one of the World Heritage sites declared by UNESCO 




Matale's spice garden


Traditional & Colorful Cultural show

Kandy Temple of Tooth Relic & Lake Round

Kandy ‘s main attraction is the Dalada Maligawa, the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha brought to Sri Lanka in the 4th century AD


Royal Botanical Garden 




in the 915 hectare Maadu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Random Be Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than 10 major wetland vegetation types supporting over 300 plant species & 248 species of vertebrates. This remarkable diversity has led to its being classified under RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands in 2003.