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Who we are


Amazing Sri Lanka is of means a small travel and tour company in Sri Lanka, the wonder of Asia. We are, of course, beyond comparison with the fellow companies as a result of our invincible offers to the travellers. To reach any destination in Sri Lanka with disclosure to every bit of tourist attraction barring home.

The first name and the character coming under Amazing Sri Lanka is me, Ramees who has been working solely as a tour guide for more than five years in the field of tourism attached to a leading travel agency in Sri Lanka. With the conferment of my unbeatable experience I am convincingly able to make perfect tours around Sri Lanka to take you to every attraction which should never be missed. Our strength to serve and care for you is powered by the friendly crew guides, shoppers and familiar contacts leading to reservations and responsible caretakers to ensure the travellers to enjoy a fully comfortable holidays. Being customer oriented, we are well established to design cutomized tour itineraries for individuals, couples, families, honeymooners, friends and small or large groups depending on any requirement which suits your budget.

Sri Lanka is a wonderful island which offers you extension stays along the costline with breathtakingly beautiful beaches and multi destination holidays by coordinating any number of places within the same country combining the warm, cold and mild weather conditions. We have a vast range of vehicles to choose from Cars, vans, Luxury Jeeps, Mini Coaches to large Coaches. We will dedicate ourselves and try harder to provide our valued cilents memorable, quality, cost effective travel and tour solutions at all times and work relentlessly to exceed their expectations constantly. Our aim is to be your best choice travel partner with trusted service quality.

We thank you for visiting Amazing Sri Lanka and, we take this opportunity to invite you to discover
the tranquil yet vibrant treasures this "Paradise Island" has to offer.

"Once you are in our wings of safety you will surely feel that any adventure or heartcatching experience is yours as you are with native Sri Lankan explorers and facilitators."
Rameez xxxx - CEO

Colombo
The commercial capital and the largest city of Sri Lanka
Anuradhapura
The capital city of North Central Province
Polonnaruwa
The royal ancient city of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa
Dambulla
Home of the Golden Temple, a World Heritage Site
Kandy
The second largest city in the country
Nuwara Eliya
The hill country side. Also known as "The city of light"
Ratnapura
Famous for being the gem-mining centre of Sri Lanka
Mirissa Beach
Breathtaking sandy beach with whale colonies to visit
Unawatuna Beach
Sri Lanka's most popular beach, famous for its corals
Galle
The administrative capital of Southern Province of Sri Lanka
Hikkaduwa Beach
Popular destination for beach and night life
Arugam Bay
Home to a famed point break that many regard as the best surf spot in the country
Nilaveli Beach
White sands and gentle waves
Tissa
With its pretty lakeside location, Tissa is a mellow and ideal base for the nearby Yala and Bundala National Parks
Tangalle
The gateway to the wide-open spaces and wide-open beaches of southeast Sri Lanka

Our Packages


Explore Sri Lanka with our private and tailored tours.
Meet the people, learn the rich history, explore the ruined cities, marvel the fauna, and relax on beautiful beaches.

 

Airport / Negombo / Anuradhapura / Habarana / Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Kandy / Ramboda / Ella / Nuwara Eliya / Tissa / Yala / Beach Stay / Airport

15-Day Tour

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Day 1

Airport / Negombo: Meet at the airport by our representative and transfer to hotel in Negombo for one night > 30 minutes from Airport to the hotel > Beach stay or boat safari on the lagoon of Negombo.

Day 2

Negombo / Anuradhapura: Fish market > Munneswaram Temple > Mihintale > and continue to Anuradhapura > Stop near the Hindu Temple to visit the Munneswaram.

* Munneswaram - Munneswaram temple is an important regional Hindu temple complex in Sri Lanka. It has been in existence at least since 1000 CE.
* Mihintale - Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. It is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

Day 3

Anuradhapura / Habarana: Anuradhapura Ancient City > City Tour > Back to hotel and overnight stay at Hotel.

* Anuradhapura - Anuradhapura is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of North Central Province, Sri Lanka and the capital of Anuradhapura District. Anuradhapura is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, famous for its well-preserved ruins of ancient Sri Lankan civilization. It was the third capital of the Kingdom of Rajarata, following the kingdoms of Tambapanni and Upatissa Nuwara. The city, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the center of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries. The city lies 205 km (127 mi) north of the current capital Colombo in Sri Lanka's North Central Province, on the banks of the historic Malvathu Oya. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and one of the eight World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka. It is believed that from the fourth century BC until the beginning of the 11th century AD it was the capital of the Sinhalese. During this period it remained one of the most stable and durable centers of political power and urban life in South Asia. The ancient city, considered sacred to the Buddhist world, is today surrounded by monasteries covering an area of over sixteen square miles (40 km²).

Day 4

Habarana / Sigiriya: Sigiriya Rock Fortress > Village Tour.

* Sigiriya Fortress - Sigiriya Rock Fortress is situated in the north central province belong to the “Cultural Triangle” in the dry lowlands of Sri Lanka. Sigiriya Rock known as Lion’s Rock and considered by some as the eighth Wonder of the World. Sigiriya contains the ruins of an ancient palace complex. Built during the reign of King Kasyapa (477-495 AD). On the west of the rock are ponds the remains of summer palaces and other structures, and the first part of the ancient road, which lead to its impressive summit.
* Village Tour - Any traveller wanting to gain an insight in to the daily lives of the locals in this village can participate on their own volition.

Day 5

Habarana / Polonnaruwa: Ancient City > Wood Carving Factory > Traditional Lunch > Back to Hotel > Relax.

* Polonnaruwa Ancient City - The second most ancient of Sri Lanka's kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I, who defeated Chola invaders in 1070 to reunite the country once more under a local leader. The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa has been declared a World Heritage Site.

Day 6

Habarana / Kandy: Golden Temple Dambulla > Spice Garden > Matale Hindu Temple.

* Golden Temple - Dambulla cave temple also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla is a World Heritage Site (1991) in Sri Lanka, situated in the central part of the country. This site is situated 148 km east of Colombo and 72 km north of Kandy. It is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.
* Spice Garden - During early historical times Sri Lanka Known as Taprobane, was world renowned for its quality spices. During ancient times the Greeks, Romans and the Arabic maintained there links with Sri Lanka through the spice trade.
* Matale Hindu Temple - The Sri Muthumariamman is the second largest hindu temple on Sri Lanka, only bested by the one in Jaffna. While walking the premisses is certainly rewarding, with many detailed deities on display and the 100ft tall spine, you want to be here during prayer times. This offers the opportunity to have a peak inside the temple.

Day 7

Kandy: Gadola deniya > Lankatilaka > Walking 3km to Embekke Temple > City Tour > Traditional Dance > Temple of Tooth.

* Temple of Tooth - The sacred Tooth Relic, housed in the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy is an object of veneration to Buddhists and the most important sacred relic in the country. The temple is one of the most sacred places in the world for Buddhists.
* Lankatilaka - The majestic Lankatilaka Raja Maha Viharaya, believed to be one of the most magnificent architectural edifice in the Gampola kingdom, was built at the crest of a large rock named “Panhalgala” overlooking the Hantane mountain range in the Hiripitiya hamlet in Udunuwara. The history of the temple dates back to the 14th century, and a pre-colonial Lanka where several strong kingdoms ruled the land. At a time when the capital of the Sinhalese kingdom was Kurunegala, that era drew to a close when the the Sinhalese kings decided on setting up the new kingdom at Gampola, a safe stronghold on the bank of the Mahaweli river.
* Temple Embekke - Embekke Devale, famed for its elaborate woodcarvings, pillars and other structures, nestle in the Udu Nuwara. It lies close to Daulagala about eight miles from Kandy. Many are the hoary legends that tell of the origins of this splendid devale. According to archaic documents and the epic Embekke Varnanawa composed by Delgahagoda Mudiyanse, it was built during the Gampola period of King Wickrema Bahu II (1371 AD). One of his consorts named Henakanda Biso Bandara, in association with a drummer named as Rangama, as told in a miraculous dream, is supposed to have built this Devale dedicated to God Kataragama in a superb three-storeyed building which is now no more.
* Traditional Dance - The begining Kandyan traditional dancing relates its origins in the ritual known as the Kohomba Kankariya, which is performed to propitiate the deity known as Kohomba to relive the King Panduwasdev from a sickness called Divi Dosha. The ritual broke the spell on a bewitched King.

Day 8

Kandy / Ramboda: Batik Factory > Botanical Gardens > Tea Factory.

* Royal Botanical Gardens - This is a much visited and acclaimed botanical garden, which is also good for birds. It is bounded on three sides by the Mahaveli River, which I snakes around the 60- hectare gardens. Before its use as Botanical gardens it had served as a royal pleasure garden. Peradeniya is the second largest botanical garden in Asia.
* Tea Plantations - Sri Lanka stands as the world’s fourth largest producer of tea. The tea drinking culture within this island country is strong, with Sri Lankans drinking on average three cups per day. In an attempt to compete with China‘s tea production, the British introduced tea plantations to Sri Lanka in 1867 and since, the country has become the producer of some of the world’s finest teas, from single origins to mixed fruit blends.

Day 9

Ramboda / Ella: Morning Tea Plucking > Road to Nuwara Eliya City > City Tour > Train Tour > Nuwara Eliya to Ella > Ayurvedic Spa.

* Tea Plucking - Proceed to a tea plantation and factory in the mountains where you will have the unusual opportunity of joining tea pluckers in picking the signature ‘two leaves and a bud’ which are later processed as tea for export around the world. This is a fine art and you will have the chance to learn it from the experts as they pluck these tender buds with precision and speed.
* Train tour from Nuwara Eliya to Ella - This train powers up through Sri Lanka’s southern hill country, through the tea plantations, into the clouds and then weaves in and out of the many mountain tunnels as it descends to reach Ella.

Day 10

Ella / Tissa: Little Adams peakk > Rawana Fall > Buduruwagala.

* Rawana Water Fall - Ravana waterfalls is at Ella of Badulla district of Sri Lanka. Ravana falls is very high waterfalls and a lot of legend stories are hidden at this waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is at between Ella and Wallawaya. There are 5km to Ravana waterfalls from Ella town. Ella is closest railway station to Ravana waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is not a single waterfall. It is devided into several parts and drop down into rocks.
* Buduruwagala - Buduruwagala is located about 5 km from the Wellawaya on the Thanamalwila road. The name Buduruwagala means “the rock with the statue of Buddha” And this is exactly what it is. Seven figured are carved in this rock with a massive 51 foot Buddha statue in the Abhaya Mudra gesture at the centre. The rock it self has shape of a kneeling elephant with its head own. Although there is no documented information about this site in the ancient scriptures, Different historians have dated these statues from the 6th centuary to late Anuradhapura period. (between 8 – 10 Century). These carvings are of the Mahayana Buddhist style and belongs to the Pallawa- Sri Lankan art tradition and similar to the statues at Dova Temple.

Day 11

Tissa / Beach: Early morning Yala Safari > Relaxing Beach stay.

* Yala National Park - Yala has one of the highest densities of Leopards in the world. Yala therefore offers one of the best chances in Asia to see leopards. Other large animals you may see include Elephants, Sloth Bear, Mugger Crocodile, Spotted dear, Sambhur, Barking Dear, Wild Boar, Wild Buffalo, Jackal, Greay Langur monkey and Mongoose. Birding highlights include Malabar Pied Hornbill, Painted Stork, Lesser Adjutant, Black Necked Stork and etc.

Day 12

Beach stay: Freedom and Relaxing.

Day 13

Beach stay: Freedom and Relaxing.

Day 14

Beach stay: Freedom and Relaxing.

Day 15

Beach / Airport: Galle Fort > City Tour > Airport for departure.

* If you would like to customise this tour, please contact us here

Airport / Kandy / Giritalle / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya / Ramboda / Haputalle / Tissa / Yala / Beach Stay / Airport

10-Day Tour

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Day 1

Airport / Kandy: Pinnawela > Kandy temple of the tooth.

* Pinnawella Elephant Orphanage - A visit to this fantastic Elephant orphanage near Kegalle is a must! 20 km (12 miles) west of Kandy on the Colombo Highway, this is where young orphaned or abandoned elephants are cared for. The herd numbers are usually around 50, from tiny infants (tiny in elephant terms, that is) to hefty adolescents and young adults.
* Temple of the tooth - The sacred Tooth Relic, housed in the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy is an object of veneration to Buddhists and the most important sacred relic in the country. The temple is one of the most sacred places in the world for Buddhists.

Day 2

Kandy / Giritale: Hindu temple > Spice Garden > Dambulla Golden temple.

* Spice Garden - During early historical times Sri Lanka Known as Taprobane, was world renowned for its quality spices. During ancient times the Greeks, Romans and the Arabic maintained there links with Sri Lanka through the spice trade.
* Dambulla Golden temple - Dambulla cave temple also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla is a World Heritage Site (1991) in Sri Lanka, situated in the central part of the country. This site is situated 148 km east of Colombo and 72 km north of Kandy. It is the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.

Day 3

Giritale: Polonnaruwa Ancient City > Wood Carving Factory > Traditional lunch.

* Polonnaruwa Ancient City - The second most ancient of Sri Lanka's kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I, who defeated Chola invaders in 1070 to reunite the country once more under a local leader. The Ancient City of Polonnaruwa has been declared a World Heritage Site.

Day 4

Giritale / Kandy: Sigiriya Rock fortress > Village tour > Aluviharaya temple > Traditional dance.

* Sigiriya Rock fortress - Sigiriya Rock Fortress is situated in the north central province belong to the “Cultural Triangle” in the dry lowlands of Sri Lanka. Sigiriya Rock known as Lion’s Rock and considered by some as the eighth Wonder of the World. Sigiriya contains the ruins of an ancient palace complex. Built during the reign of King Kasyapa (477-495 AD). On the west of the rock are ponds the remains of summer palaces and other structures, and the first part of the ancient road, which lead to its impressive summit.
* Aluviharaya temple - Surrounded by hills, the famous Aluvihara cave temple 30 km south of Kandy on the Matale-Dambulla road is of great historic importance. The history of Aluvihara is traced back to the 3rd Century B.C in the reign of King Devanampiyatissa. It is believed that the King built the dagoba and planted the Bo sapling.
* Kandy Traditional dance - The begining Kandyan traditional dancing relates its origins in the ritual known as the Kohomba Kankariya, which is performed to propitiate the deity known as Kohomba to relive the King Panduwasdev from a sickness called Divi Dosha. The ritual broke the spell on a bewitched King.

Day 5

Kandy / Ramboda: Batik factory > Botanical Gardens > Tea factory.

* Royal Botanical Gardens - This is a much visited and acclaimed botanical garden, which is also good for birds. It is bounded on three sides by the Mahaveli River, which I snakes around the 60- hectare gardens. Before its use as Botanical gardens it had served as a royal pleasure garden. Peradeniya is the second largest botanical garden in Asia.
* Tea Plantation - Sri Lanka stands as the world’s fourth largest producer of tea. The tea drinking culture within this island country is strong, with Sri Lankans drinking on average three cups per day. In an attempt to compete with China‘s tea production, the British introduced tea plantations to Sri Lanka in 1867 and since, the country has become the producer of some of the world’s finest teas, from single origins to mixed fruit blends.

Day 6

Ramboda / Haputale: Morning Tea Plucking > Nuwara Eliya City tour > Train tour from Nuwara Eliya to Haputale.

* Tea Plucking - Proceed to a tea plantation and factory in the mountains where you will have the unusual opportunity of joining tea pluckers in picking the signature ‘two leaves and a bud’ which are later processed as tea for export around the world. This is a fine art and you will have the chance to learn it from the experts as they pluck these tender buds with precision and speed.
* Nuwara Eliya - Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea. Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka in the mid 19th century, Nuwara Eliya has been the capital of the tea industry. For many miles prior to reaching Nuwara Eliya from either direction you will find acres of tea plantations; in fact nothing but tea estates. There are many factories open for visitors which also consists of tea sales outlets for you to purchase. Nuwara Eliya which is at an elevation of 1890 meters above the sea level is the highest city in Sri Lanka and it lies beneath the tallest peak of the island, Pidurutalagala or Mount Pedro (2555 meters). Nuwara Eliya can be reached from Colombo via Kandy, which is the gateway to the Central Highlands of the island. Colombo-Kandy-Nuwara Eliya is the most scenic highland motor road of Sri Lanka. Though the city of Nuwara Eliya has no Railway station, the highland railway line that winds past the city of Nanu Oya makes the journey by train one of the most scenic and memorable experiences. The journey to Nuwara Eliya from Kandy by train as well as by car is equally spectacular.

Day 7

Haputale / Tissa: Lipton seat > Diyaluma Waterfalls > Buduruwagala.

* Lipton's seat - Lipton’s seat is one of the attractive observation points of Sri Lankan Tourism. It is located on the top of the Poonagala hill near the Dambetenna tea factory in Poonagala, Sri lanka. The place gets this name after the famous tea planter Sir Thomas Lipton used this place to survey the surrounding region of his tea plantations. To reach the place you have to climb about 7 km through rich tea plantations. Some parts of the roads are still not repaired since British built them. Therefore the original stone constructions are abided. From the Lipton’s view you can entertain and have a conspicuous view of the Uva, Sabaragamuwa, Central and Eastern provinces including 7 districts.
* Diyaluma Waterfalls - At 171m, Diyaluma Ella Falls is the third highest waterfall in Sri Lanka. The torrent of water cascades down to the Koslanda Plateau and during rain it is a spectacular sight.
* Buduruwagala - Buduruwagala is located about 5 km from the Wellawaya on the Thanamalwila road. The name Buduruwagala means “the rock with the statue of Buddha” And this is exactly what it is. Seven figured are carved in this rock with a massive 51 foot Buddha statue in the Abhaya Mudra gesture at the centre. The rock it self has shape of a kneeling elephant with its head own. Although there is no documented information about this site in the ancient scriptures, Different historians have dated these statues from the 6th centuary to late Anuradhapura period. (between 8 – 10 Century). These carvings are of the Mahayana Buddhist style and belongs to the Pallawa- Sri Lankan art tradition and similar to the statues at Dova Temple.

Day 8

Tissa / Beach: Early morning Yala Safari > Relaxing Beach stay.

* Yala National Park - Yala has one of the highest densities of Leopards in the world. Yala therefore offers one of the best chances in Asia to see leopards. Other large animals you may see include Elephants, Sloth Bear, Mugger Crocodile, Spotted dear, Sambhur, Barking Dear, Wild Boar, Wild Buffalo, Jackal, Greay Langur monkey and Mongoose. Birding highlights include Malabar Pied Hornbill, Painted Stork, Lesser Adjutant, Black Necked Stork and etc.

Day 9

Beach stay: Freedom and Relaxing.

Day 10

Beach / Airport: Galle Fort > City Tour > Airport for departure.

* If you would like to customise this tour, please contact us here

Airport / Kitulagala / Kandy / Ramboda / Ella / Uduwalawe / Uduwalawe / Beach Stay / Airport

8-Day Tour

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Day 1

Airport / Kitulgala: Village tour by walking.

Day 2

Kitulgala / Kandy: White Water Rafting > Kandy City tour > Traditional dance > Temple of the tooth.

* White water rafting - Experience White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River in Kitulgala covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand.
* Temple of the tooth - The sacred Tooth Relic, housed in the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy is an object of veneration to Buddhists and the most important sacred relic in the country. The temple is one of the most sacred places in the world for Buddhists.

Day 3

Kandy / Ramboda: Batik factory > Royal Botanical gardens > Tea factory.

* Royal Botanical gardens - This is a much visited and acclaimed botanical garden, which is also good for birds. It is bounded on three sides by the Mahaveli River, which I snakes around the 60- hectare gardens. Before its use as Botanical gardens it had served as a royal pleasure garden. Peradeniya is the second largest botanical garden in Asia.

Day 4

Ramboda / Ella: Morning Tea Plucking > Nuwara Eliya City tour > Train tour from Nuwara Eliya to Ella > Ayurvedic Spa.

* Nuwara Eliya - Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea. Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka in the mid 19th century, Nuwara Eliya has been the capital of the tea industry. For many miles prior to reaching Nuwara Eliya from either direction you will find acres of tea plantations; in fact nothing but tea estates. There are many factories open for visitors which also consists of tea sales outlets for you to purchase. Nuwara Eliya which is at an elevation of 1890 meters above the sea level is the highest city in Sri Lanka and it lies beneath the tallest peak of the island, Pidurutalagala or Mount Pedro (2555 meters). Nuwara Eliya can be reached from Colombo via Kandy, which is the gateway to the Central Highlands of the island. Colombo-Kandy-Nuwara Eliya is the most scenic highland motor road of Sri Lanka. Though the city of Nuwara Eliya has no Railway station, the highland railway line that winds past the city of Nanu Oya makes the journey by train one of the most scenic and memorable experiences. The journey to Nuwara Eliya from Kandy by train as well as by car is equally spectacular.
* Morning Tea Plucking - Proceed to a tea plantation and factory in the mountains where you will have the unusual opportunity of joining tea pluckers in picking the signature ‘two leaves and a bud’ which are later processed as tea for export around the world. This is a fine art and you will have the chance to learn it from the experts as they pluck these tender buds with precision and speed.

Day 5

Ella / Udawalawe: Little Adams peak > Rawana Falls > Buduruwagala.

* Rawana Waterfall - Ravana waterfalls is at Ella of Badulla district of Sri Lanka. Ravana falls is very high waterfalls and a lot of legend stories are hidden at this waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is at between Ella and Wallawaya. There are 5km to Ravana waterfalls from Ella town. Ella is closest railway station to Ravana waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is not a single waterfall. It is devided into several parts and drop down into rocks.
* Buduruwagala - Buduruwagala is located about 5 km from the Wellawaya on the Thanamalwila road. The name Buduruwagala means “the rock with the statue of Buddha” And this is exactly what it is. Seven figured are carved in this rock with a massive 51 foot Buddha statue in the Abhaya Mudra gesture at the centre. The rock it self has shape of a kneeling elephant with its head own. Although there is no documented information about this site in the ancient scriptures, Different historians have dated these statues from the 6th centuary to late Anuradhapura period. (between 8 – 10 Century). These carvings are of the Mahayana Buddhist style and belongs to the Pallawa- Sri Lankan art tradition and similar to the statues at Dova Temple.

Day 6

Udawalawe / Beach Stay: Early morning Udawalawe Safaris > Relaxing Beach stay.

* Udawalawe National Park - With herds of elephants, wild buffalo, sambar deer and leopards, Uda Walawe National Park is the Sri Lankan national park that best rivals the savannah reserves of Africa. In fact, for elephant-watching, Uda Walawe often surpasses many of the most famous East African national parks. The park, which centres on the 308.2-sq-km Uda Walawe Reservoir, is lightly vegetated but it has a stark beauty and the lack of dense vegetation makes game-watching easy. It’s certainly the one national park in Sri Lanka not to miss.

Day 7

Beach stay: Freedom and Relaxing.

Day 8

Beach / Airport: Airport for departure.

* If you would like to customise this tour, please contact us here

Airport / Kandy / Ramboda / Ella / Udawalawe / Beach Stay / Udawalawe / Airport

6-Day Tour

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Day 1

Airport / Kandy: Pinnawela > Kandy City tour > Traditional dance > Temple of the tooth.

* Pinnawela Elephant orphanage - A visit to this fantastic Elephant orphanage near Kegalle is a must! 20 km (12 miles) west of Kandy on the Colombo Highway, this is where young orphaned or abandoned elephants are cared for. The herd numbers are usually around 50, from tiny infants (tiny in elephant terms, that is) to hefty adolescents and young adults.
* Temple of the tooth - The sacred Tooth Relic, housed in the Temple of the Tooth in Kandy is an object of veneration to Buddhists and the most important sacred relic in the country. The temple is one of the most sacred places in the world for Buddhists.

Day 2

Kandy / Ramboda: Batik factory > Botanical Garden > Tea factory.

* Royal Botanical Garden - This is a much visited and acclaimed botanical garden, which is also good for birds. It is bounded on three sides by the Mahaveli River, which I snakes around the 60- hectare gardens. Before its use as Botanical gardens it had served as a royal pleasure garden. Peradeniya is the second largest botanical garden in Asia.
* Tea Plantation - Sri Lanka stands as the world’s fourth largest producer of tea. The tea drinking culture within this island country is strong, with Sri Lankans drinking on average three cups per day. In an attempt to compete with China‘s tea production, the British introduced tea plantations to Sri Lanka in 1867 and since, the country has become the producer of some of the world’s finest teas, from single origins to mixed fruit blends.

Day 3

Ramboda / Ella: Morning tea plucking > Nuwara City tour > Train tour from Nuwara ELiy to Ella > Ayurvedic Spa.

* Morning tea plucking - Proceed to a tea plantation and factory in the mountains where you will have the unusual opportunity of joining tea pluckers in picking the signature ‘two leaves and a bud’ which are later processed as tea for export around the world. This is a fine art and you will have the chance to learn it from the experts as they pluck these tender buds with precision and speed.
* Nuwara Eliya - Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea. Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka in the mid 19th century, Nuwara Eliya has been the capital of the tea industry. For many miles prior to reaching Nuwara Eliya from either direction you will find acres of tea plantations; in fact nothing but tea estates. There are many factories open for visitors which also consists of tea sales outlets for you to purchase. Nuwara Eliya which is at an elevation of 1890 meters above the sea level is the highest city in Sri Lanka and it lies beneath the tallest peak of the island, Pidurutalagala or Mount Pedro (2555 meters). Nuwara Eliya can be reached from Colombo via Kandy, which is the gateway to the Central Highlands of the island. Colombo-Kandy-Nuwara Eliya is the most scenic highland motor road of Sri Lanka. Though the city of Nuwara Eliya has no Railway station, the highland railway line that winds past the city of Nanu Oya makes the journey by train one of the most scenic and memorable experiences. The journey to Nuwara Eliya from Kandy by train as well as by car is equally spectacular.
* Train tour - This train powers up through Sri Lanka’s southern hill country, through the tea plantations, into the clouds and then weaves in and out of the many mountain tunnels as it descends to reach Ella.

Day 4

Ella / Udawalawe: Little Adams Peak > Rawana waterfall > Buduruwagala.

* Rawana Waterfall - Ravana waterfalls is at Ella of Badulla district of Sri Lanka. Ravana falls is very high waterfalls and a lot of legend stories are hidden at this waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is at between Ella and Wallawaya. There are 5km to Ravana waterfalls from Ella town. Ella is closest railway station to Ravana waterfalls. Ravana waterfalls is not a single waterfall. It is devided into several parts and drop down into rocks.
* Buduruwagala - Buduruwagala is located about 5 km from the Wellawaya on the Thanamalwila road. The name Buduruwagala means “the rock with the statue of Buddha” And this is exactly what it is. Seven figured are carved in this rock with a massive 51 foot Buddha statue in the Abhaya Mudra gesture at the centre. The rock it self has shape of a kneeling elephant with its head own. Although there is no documented information about this site in the ancient scriptures, Different historians have dated these statues from the 6th centuary to late Anuradhapura period. (between 8 – 10 Century). These carvings are of the Mahayana Buddhist style and belongs to the Pallawa- Sri Lankan art tradition and similar to the statues at Dova Temple.

Day 5

Udawalawe / Beach stay: Morning Safari at Udawalawe.

* Udawalawe National Park - With herds of elephants, wild buffalo, sambar deer and leopards, Uda Walawe National Park is the Sri Lankan national park that best rivals the savannah reserves of Africa. In fact, for elephant-watching, Uda Walawe often surpasses many of the most famous East African national parks. The park, which centres on the 308.2-sq-km Uda Walawe Reservoir, is lightly vegetated but it has a stark beauty and the lack of dense vegetation makes game-watching easy. It’s certainly the one national park in Sri Lanka not to miss.

Day 6

Airport: Airport for departure.

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Tangalle / Udawalawe / Ella / Galle

3-Day Tour (Option 1)

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Day 1

Tangalle / Udawalawe: Mulkirigala temple > Gem mines.

* Mulkirigala temple - The Mulkirigala Rajamaha Viharaya is situated at Mulkirigala in the district of Hambantota. That is 21 km from Tangalle. So we’ll call this temple as Little Sigiriya at Mulkirigala. Let’s start the journey to Mulkirigala. As the name implies, it is a rock temple that consists of a series of rock temples carved out of the face of a huge rock outcrop, during the second century B.C. In the last Heritage Splendour page, we featured the Ridi Viharaya. If you compare these two temples, you may see that there are similarities between Ridi Viharaya and Mulkirigala.
* Gem mines - Sri Lanka has been famous from time immemorial for the great variety and abundance of gem minerals of extremely high quality and uniqueness, earned it the name Ratna Deepa meaning GemIsland. Nature in her bounty has chosen the bosom of Sri Lanka to enshrine some of her rarest treasures. Significant gem fields had been known from ancient times. Blue Sapphires, Cat’s Eyes, Alexandrites, Rubies, Star stones found embedded in layer of gravel and sand, in river beds, marshes, fields or accumulated at the foot of hills have made Sri Lanka the renowned island for gems. These precious stones perfected in the laboratory of nature lay hidden of countless ages, their luster undimmed, their value unrecognized.

Day 2

Udawalawe / Ella: Early morning Udawalawe Safari > Buduruwagala > Ella Rawana falls > Ayurvedic Spa.

* Udawalawe Safari - With herds of elephants, wild buffalo, sambar deer and leopards, Uda Walawe National Park is the Sri Lankan national park that best rivals the savannah reserves of Africa. In fact, for elephant-watching, Uda Walawe often surpasses many of the most famous East African national parks. The park, which centres on the 308.2-sq-km Uda Walawe Reservoir, is lightly vegetated but it has a stark beauty and the lack of dense vegetation makes game-watching easy. It’s certainly the one national park in Sri Lanka not to miss.

Day 3

Ella / Tangalle: Little Adams Peak > Train tour from Ella to Haputale > Buduruwagala.

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3-Day Tour (Option 2)

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Day 1

Galle / Udawalawe: Stilt fisherman > Dondura > Blowhole.

* Stilt fisherman - Stilt fishing is a method of fishing unique to the island country of Sri Lanka, located off the coast of India in the Indian Ocean. The fishermen sit on a cross bar called a petta tied to a vertical pole and driven into the sand a few meters offshore. From this high position, the fishermen casts his line, and waits until a fish comes along to be caught. Although the approach looks primitive and ancient, stilt fishing is actually a recent tradition.
* Blowhole - The “Hummanya” blow hole is a well-known attraction in the deep South of the country and an exhilarating experience that shouldn’t be missed.

Day 2

Udawalawe / Tangalle: Early morning Udawalawe Safari > Mulkirigala temple.

* Udawalawe Safari - With herds of elephants, wild buffalo, sambar deer and leopards, Uda Walawe National Park is the Sri Lankan national park that best rivals the savannah reserves of Africa. In fact, for elephant-watching, Uda Walawe often surpasses many of the most famous East African national parks. The park, which centres on the 308.2-sq-km Uda Walawe Reservoir, is lightly vegetated but it has a stark beauty and the lack of dense vegetation makes game-watching easy. It’s certainly the one national park in Sri Lanka not to miss.

Day 3

Tangalle / Galle: Wewurukannala Temple > White tea factory > Ahangama.

* Wewurukannala Temple - A 50m-high seated Buddha figure – the largest in Sri Lanka – is a highlight of this temple, which is often thronged with worshippers. Before reaching the Buddha you pass through a hall of horrors full of life-sized models of demons and sinners.

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