COLOURFUL SRI LANKA
Don’t be fooled by Sri Lanka’s small size because the country boasts beaches, wildlife, ancient
temples and water sports unlike any other! Discover the water sports capital of the world, where
you can walk into lush national parks and even trek up Sigiriya Rock to satisfy your adventure
Get some exquisite Sri Lankan tea in
Climb up the Rock Fortress of Sigiriya
Go White Water Rafting in Kelani River
Visit the sacred cities of Kandy and
Bathe Elephants at the Pinnawala
Travel in Sri Lanka’s Colonial Trains
Best Time To Visit
April –September for East Coast
Upon arrival you will be greeted by our representative and thereafter will be transferred to Colombo and check in to the hotel. Afternoon, proceed on a sightseeing tour including free time for shopping.
Colombo, Sri Lanka‘s bustling capital, is located on the country’s west coast and with a population of between 800,000 and one million (estimates vary) is by far the country’s biggest city, as well as its window on the world. Its natural harbor at the mouth of the Kelani River was a magnet for successive traders and conquerors – first Arab merchants, then Portuguese, Dutch and British imperialists. Colombo’s cosmopolitan side supports ever-more stylish eateries, galleries and museums. Surprises abound in its old quarters where you can find great local food and discover a characterful shop or tiny, convivial cafe. The capital is an excellent start – or finish – to your Sri Lankan adventures. Overnight Stay at the hotel in Colombo
This morning the clients will check out from the hotel and proceed directly along the highway to Galle. City tour of Galle, including a visit to the old Colonial Dutch fortress. Thereafter return to your beach resort on the Southern Coast. Overnight stay at the hotel on the Beach.
Full day at leisure to relax and enjoy the beaches / pools. Overnight stay at the hotel on the beach.
Breakfast at the hotel, and make a visit to a turtle hatchery farm in Kosgoda following with a boat safari in Madu Ganga. TURTLE HATCHERY- Dudley Perera's project has been underway since 1988. The main aim of the project is to monitor local sea turtle activity and conserve the local nesting sites. We aim to make the public more aware of how endangered these beautiful creatures are and just how important it is
MADU GANGA - The estuary of the Madu Ganga River is a complex coastal ecosystem of mangroves and islands. It may be one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka. A boat trip is a wonderful way of seeing some of the hundreds of species of plants and animals – monkeys eat fruit in the trees, a water monitor lizard glides slowly through the water, and cormorants, egrets and kingfishers wait patiently on the banks, eyeing the water for prey.
Overnight stay at the hotel on the beach
Breakfast at the hotel, and then proceed to the airport in time for your departure flight.