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Glance of Sri Lanka

Day 01 : Relax on Arrival at Negombo Beach Hotel

Located 35km north of Colombo and 6km from the island's mail international airport, Negombo is famous for its gorgeous sandy beach and the old fishing industry .Being the fishing town , Negombo is popular as a paradise of fresh see food. The beautiful sandy beach coupled with the surrounding star class hotels attracts tourist around the world.

Overnight Stay at Negombo. Accommodation Options: (I) Jetwing Blue-5*, (II) Club Hotel Dolphins-4*, or 3* Star Hotel

Day 02 : Pinnawala elephant orphanage/Dambulla Cave Temple

Being the first elephant orphanage and its unique way of maintaining a large free herd of elephants, this elephants orphanage has become famous among international tourist and place of vital importance in tourist itineraries at present , the elephant orphanage serves as a conservation and breeding center as well as a place of informal educational on elephants and their conservation.

Now it has above 86 elephants and is the largest captive. Elephant breeding center in the world , visitors can see the elephants in and around the Ma Oya river and bathing in flowing water

Dambulla is part of the cultural Triangle. It houses the gigantic Dambulla Cave temple declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dambulla caves date Dating back to the First Century BC, the Golden Temple of Dambulla has been the centre of pilgrimage for Buddhists and Hindus alike for 22 centuries. It is Sri Lanka's most popular historic site. The Cave monastery, home to Buddhist monks is covered with exquisite 2,000 year-old murals depicting the life and times of the Lord Buddha. The shrines also house a collection of 157 statues of Buddha in various sizes and poses, including a 15 meter long reclining Buddha and vividly colored frescoes on the walls and ceiling, making this the largest antique painted surface in the world.

Overnight Stay at Sigiriya. Accommodation Options: (I) Aliya Resort & Spa-5*, (II) Amaya Lake-4*, or 3* Star Hotel

Day 03 : Sigiriya Rock Fortress/Elephant Back Ride

Sigiriya consist of an ancient castle build by king Kassapa during the 5th century . However beginnings and the original builder of the Sigiriya is challenged by many local and foreign historians and archaeologist . The Sigiriya has the leftovers of an upper palace on the flat top of the rock, A mid level terrace including the Lion Gate and the mirror wall with its fresh frescoes , the lower palace that clings to the slopes below the rock : the moat , walls ,and garden extending for some hundreds of meters out from the base of the rock. It is both a palace and a fortress . Despite its age , the splendor of the palace still furnishes a stunning insight into the ingenuity and creativity of its builders .

Polonnaruwa, A UNESCO world heritage site, which has a great history of invasions and struggle. Behind it rightfully forms the third element in the Cultural Triangle. Located about 140kms north east of Kandy, Polonaruwa offers hours of endless pleasure of history and culture lovers, as there are numerous sights of Significance. Polonnaruwa become the capital of Sri Lanka subsequent to the decline of Anuradhapura and witnessed in Sinhala Buddhist Civilization reaching much greater heights

Overnight Stay at Sigiriya. Accommodation Options: (I) Aliya Resort & Spa-5*, (II) Amaya Lake-4*, or 3* Star Hotel

Day 04 : Cultural Show/ Temple of the Tooth Relic/Royal Botanical Gardens of Peredeniya

The low hills of Matale are ideal for growing spices such as cardamom, pepper, vanilla, cloves and nutmeg. You can have a look around a spice garden and buy some aromatic spices here too!

The sacred Temple of the Tooth in the historic city of Kandy houses one of Buddhism's most sacred relics and draws followers of the Buddhist faith from all over the world. The Royal Complex situated around the Temple of the Tooth and Kandy Lake – comprising of the King's Palace, the Queens Palace, the Audience Hall, the Royal Boathouse and the Royal Summer House, represent the zenith of ancient Sri Lankan architecture.

The royal botanic gardens at peradeniya occupies a horse-shoe-shaped peninsula and the scenic splendor of the garden has been raised to greater heights by the longest river of sri lanka , The Mahaweli , which flows through its fringes, The total area is 147 acres (about 60 hectares)containing about 4500 plant species. This contains more than 300 verities of exquisite orchids blooming in profusion.

Overnight Stay at Kandy. Accommodation Options: (I) Cinnamon Citadel-4* (II) Tourmaline-4* or 3* Star Hotel

Day 05 : Nuwara Eliya Tea Plantation & Factory/Ramboada Water Fall

Sri Lanka's Premier hill resort is unique as it has a characteristically cooler mountain climate when compared to other locations in Sri Lanka. Nuwara Eliya is also the heart of Sri Lanka's tea country, producing some of the world's best tea. The mountain slops and valleys are a carpet of velvety green tea plantations, interspersed with gushing streams and tumbling waterfalls. Red or green roofed plantation bungalows, English country style homes and hotels with lovely flower gardens, a fine 18-hole golf course and a racecourse gives Nuwara Eliya a decidedly British character.

Overnight Stay at Nuwara Eliya. Accommodation Options: (I) Araliya Green Hills-4* (II) Grand Hotel-4* or 3* Star Hotel

Day 06 : Colombo City Tour & Departure

You can spend the rest of the day enjoying some sightseeing in Colombo along with some shopping before transferring to the hotel to catch the flight to onward destinations.

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