Enchanting Sri Lanka


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Enchanting Sri Lanka

 Sri Lanka

13 days from £1399 pp  Including flight from LHR

Combining some of Sri Lanka's traditional highlights with s/seeing & relaxation, this trip shows you more of this fascinating country.

At a Glance

  • Explore great sites
  • Explore hill stations
  • Explore culture
  • Enjoy village walk
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The Experience

Day 01 | Depart / London Heathrow

Today you will board on an overnight plane to Colombo; 1 stopover; 1-5 hours layover (direct flight can be arranged at extra cost).

Overnight stay on the plane.

Day 02 | Airport / Sigiriya: (Approx. 4 hrs.)

Arrive at the airport & meet your chauffeur guide at the arrival lobby. Thereafter, proceed to Sigiriya.

Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 03 | Sigiriya / Hiriwadunna / Sigiriya:

After breakfast proceed to Hiriwadunna. (Approx. 30 mints.)

The trek through the archetypal Sri Lankan typical village is far from the hustle and bustle of city life, also an incredible opportunity to be immersed in nature and culture. Hiriwadunna is fame to amazing dry-zone bird life and a fascinating native wildlife. The trek begins with a ride by the bullock cart through un-disturbed Village track then an adventure voyage by a catamaran at the scenic Hiriwadunna lake – which has an overview of Sigiriya rock fortress and the Pidurangala rock. The reservoir itself, surrounded by scrub jungle and slash & burn cultivation lands.

After the catamaran ride finally visit to a local house for a tasty traditional authentic lunch which is prepared in the traditional method using earthenware pots and firewood as fuel. This is a great opportunity to witness the authentic local cuisine also experience even part-take on the meal preparation with the local women at the house finally a leisure walk back to the main road along the lake bund. On the way back observe the daily life of the village such as fishing, women washing clothes at the periphery of the waterways of the lake.

Thereafter visit Sigiriya Rock Fortress. (Approx. 20 mints.)

The 5th-century rock citadel of King Kasyapa and World Heritage Site – Sigiriya – doesn’t only boasts of ancient Sri Lankan engineering & urban planning supremacy but also acclaims to be one of the finest monuments of art & culture. Step through the gigantic ‘Lion Paws’ – overlooking the symmetrical royal gardens below – to comprehend the absolute splendor that once dominated this rock fortress. Surrounded by ramparts & moats the Lion Rock – resembling the mythological ‘City of Gods’ – is coated by frescoes that relate to Gupta style paintings found in Ajanta caves of India. Walk in the shade of an eminent ‘mirror wall’ embracing the Western face of Sigiriya representing an artistic hundred meters laminated with graffiti.

Wander into the well-fabricated museum downstairs for an epic journey of yesteryears to realize how the citadel floated above citizens with the castle, ponds and irrigation systems that pumped water right onto its summit with an ingenious hydraulic system describing a colossal masterpiece of the great king which remained a wonder in Asia for centuries.

On completion return to the hotel.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 04 | Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya:

After breakfast proceed to Polonnaruwa. (Approx. 1 and ½ hrs.)

Rising with the decline of Anuradhapura, the city of Polonnaruwa – medieval capital & crown jewel of King Parakramabahu I – remains superior proof of ancient culture & heritage blended with religious beliefs. Walk across its scattered walls of the World Heritage Site – blessed by stupas, resting Buddha statues, irrigation canals, and fantastically carved Hindu sculptures – while observing the relic house – Watadage – which boasts of beautiful stone carvings. Take a close glance and you will realize a subtle Hindu influence on architecture and statues found in Polonnaruwa. Or sit by the side of Galviharaya and observe the absolute beauty gushing out of every bend of its huge Buddhist statues. Nissankamalla Council Chamber is, however, a head-spinning beauty to just sit back and observe with its swaying pillars reminding the aesthetics of a powerful kingdom which rests beside Parakrama Samudraya – the sea of Parakramabahu & masterpiece of irrigation!

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 05 | Sigiriya / Dambulla/ Matale / Kandy:

After breakfast visit Dambulla Cave Temples.

As one reaches the city of Dambulla lies a hub which has been treasured by many kings since the 1st century B.C. Today, an icon in the face of Sri Lanka Dambulla Rock Temple houses some of the most unique drawings in magnificently constructed 5 cave temples flanking the golden temple of Dambulla. Observe how exquisitely cave paintings are done along walls that shelter 150 statues of Lord Buddha. As you enter the retreat look straight up to the gigantic Buddha statue glittering in gold over a land which today houses an important junction in the country’s economic and cultural uplifting.

Thereafter proceed to Kandy via Matale. (Approx. 1 & ½ hrs.)

An agricultural zone in the Central Province, Matale seldom drops off the maps due to its reJunkable contribution through flagship crops of the island extending from tea, rubber & vegetables to spices. Spearheading the Rebellion back in 1848, Matale today takes immense pride in its story woven around spices. Stop by the side of a spice garden – into which you will be most welcome – and observe the therapeutic values of spices & processes over a refreshing cup of herbal tea! Or spend some time idling on the hardened streets if you mean a real town adventure filled with voices and colours.

Continue to Kandy. (Approx. 1 hr.)

Last ruled by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe – before it was brought under the British rule in 1815, Kandy – the World Heritage Site & last royal capital of Sri Lankan kings – crafts an array of culture, history, and heritage in the minds of visitors across the globe. Experience an ancient Kandyan legacy engraved around its crown jewel, the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha. A stroll across this small lakeside town – cradled among the misty hills – will feature the Kandy City Centre – bundled with latest and world-class brands, bazaar, an arts & crafts center, as well as a gem museum & lapidary. Drive towards Victoria Golf Course, undoubtedly one of the best golf courses in the world for a sweep blended with class and style. Or walk in color as you glide through fresh fruits and vegetables in the Kandy Junket. Fine tune your evening by stepping to the beat of traditional music & drumming amplified by a cultural show enhancing the rich and vibrant culture of the Wonder of Asia, Sri Lanka.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy.

Day 06 | Kandy:

After breakfast you will visit Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.

First developed as a pleasure garden under royalty and later harmonized by the British, the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya – today bundled with the most welcoming facilities located just 4 miles off Kandy – is a flourishing national asset in the Wonder of Asia. Walk into this 147-acre bliss of an experience, passing well-tended lawns, pavilions & a Junagon conservatory to be greeted by the vast expanse of a magnificently landscaped lush green turf which will encourage you for an exhilarating break. Towards the north of the entrance rests a cafeteria that one might come across before stepping into some of the highlights – the orchid house & giant Javan fig tree – of this place which overflow in grace.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy.

Day 07 | Kandy / Nuwara Eliya:

After an early breakfast proceed to Peradeniya Railway station to catch the train to Nuwara Eliya.

Hop into the rattling train smoking and hissing its way through green valleys of the hill country pierced by endless waterfalls & dotted by tea pluckers draped in bright-colored saris.

Get down from Nanu-Oya Railway station which is the closest railway station to Nuwara Eliya and visit a Tea Plantation.

Sri Lanka, Tea, and Tourism are words which cannot be separated. Take a tour to the cold & misty hills that take pride of an ultimate tea tour, covering lush green blankets of tea plantations. Or just step into a tea factory processing the prestigious brand of Ceylon Tea, to observe a rich tradition kept alive up to date. As you observe the hissing and swishing of machines, inhaling the heavenly scent arising from these facilities, make sure to end your day in style over a perfectly blended cup of pure Ceylon Tea.

On completion check-in at selected hotel in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 08 | Nuwara Eliya:

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit Horton Plains for soft hike.

This journey will take only an hour from Nuwara Eliya. Horton plains national park inohiya is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka and is covered by montage grassland and cloud forest. This plateau is rich in biodiversity as typical mammals, and with many species not only endemic to Sri Lanka but restricted to and many species found here are endemic to the region. This region was designated a national park in 1988. It is also a popular tourist destination. The plains’ vegetation is grasslands interspersed with montage forest and includes many endemic plants, Large herds of Sri Lankan samba deer feature the Horton Plains. The early morning visit is essential both to see a wildlife and to view the world’s End before mist closes in during the latter part of the morning.

On completion return to the hotel in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 09 | Nuwara Eliya / Udawalawe:

Proceed to Udawalawe.

Enjoy Udawalawe Safari.

Be ready to witness trumpets across the border as you approach the elephant country around the corner! Udawalawe truly is a sanctuary for the big-footed & tusked. Junked by relatively large herds of elephants, the national park proves to be one of the best places one could observe them in their natural habitat. Hop into a safari jeep and head into the park, you are most likely to drive into your first herd of giants within the maiden hundred meters. Turn on your radar into other species – such as spotted deer, Sambhur, barking deer, water buffalo and jackal – found within the park.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Udawalawe

Day 10 | Udawalawe/ Tissamaharama:

Transfer from Udawalawe to Yala and check in at selected hotel. In the evening enjoy a thrilling safari at Yala National Park.

Spreading into a vast 1259 Km2 Yala – with its glory spinning around vast grasslands, shrubs, tanks, and dunes – rightfully is the heartland of wildlife in Sri Lanka. As your jeep rumble through the giant gates of Yala, you are not only stepping into the most visited national park in the country but also the lands of a civilization which thrived during the reign of Sri Lankan kings. You name it, and Yala has it! Its usual inmates cover herds of elephant, sloth bear, spotted deer, jackal, extensively populated birdlife as well as the highest density of leopards in the world that garnish the park to be one of the finest destinations in the country. Feel the rough track as your jeep thunders over rocks and swish passing narrow bends for an exhilarating experience blended with the cries of wilderness under the tropical sun.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Yala

Day 11 | Tissamaharama /Ahangama:

After breakfast proceed to Ahangama.

Late afternoon visit Galle, the epic Southern capital, is the intersection where classic Dutch architecture meets a tropical setting creating a vivid atmosphere in beauty. Walk the Dutch-haunted streets listening to the creaks of wooden saloon doors and observe how European architecture mingles with South Asian traditions today flooding cultural enthusiasts on a global scale. Its original ramparts and bastions preserved up to date showcase pieces of evidence of a heritage preserved for more than 3 1/2 centuries. Walk clockwise within the fort to observe the ‘old gate’ carrying the British coat of arms. Flanking the old gate is the Zwart bastion – the oldest of all – and the lighthouse standing 18 feet in its glory next to the Point Utrecht Bastion. This Dutch bliss is painted with streets that spread in a rectangular grid pattern pierced with houses carrying Dutch colonial style verandas. However, its hallmark stands a reality where the Dutch fort remains a working community with its usual buzz of administrative offices, court complex, commercial buildings, churches and Southern folks frequenting its streets bracing the air of the Elysium of architecture, Galle! Continue to Ahangama.

Be enchanted by the corals and colourful coastal life that surrounds Ahangama, the diver’s paradise. Check in at your hotel and relax by the clear sandy beaches of Ahangama or simply doze by the pool of your hotel reminiscing the fond memories of your just-concluded tour of Paradise Island.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Ahangama.

Day 12 | Ahangama:

Visit Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery.

Turtle Hatchery: Both locals and international volunteers battling it out for” Sea Turtles’ Sake” is a common sight at Kosgoda. This vibrant tourist destination sitting calm along the Southern coast of Sri Lanka – apart from its traditional industries of fisheries and cinnamon cultivation – was later recognized by the Wildlife Protection Society who studded the region with a Sea Turtle Conservation Project which operates on a formidable scale today. Indirectly, this has become a watering hole of flipper & shell enthusiasts!

Overnight stay at a hotel in Ahangama

Day 13 | Ahangama / Airport:

Transfer from Ahangama to Colombo Airport for the departure flight.

Tour Ends

The Experience

Day 01 | Depart / London Heathrow

Today you will board on an overnight plane to Colombo; 1 stopover; 1-5 hours layover (direct flight can be arranged at extra cost).

Overnight stay on the plane.

Day 02 | Airport / Sigiriya: (Approx. 4 hrs.)

Arrive at the airport & meet your chauffeur guide at the arrival lobby. Thereafter, proceed to Sigiriya.

Rest of the day at leisure.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 03 | Sigiriya / Hiriwadunna / Sigiriya:

After breakfast proceed to Hiriwadunna. (Approx. 30 mints.)

The trek through the archetypal Sri Lankan typical village is far from the hustle and bustle of city life, also an incredible opportunity to be immersed in nature and culture. Hiriwadunna is fame to amazing dry-zone bird life and a fascinating native wildlife. The trek begins with a ride by the bullock cart through un-disturbed Village track then an adventure voyage by a catamaran at the scenic Hiriwadunna lake – which has an overview of Sigiriya rock fortress and the Pidurangala rock. The reservoir itself, surrounded by scrub jungle and slash & burn cultivation lands.

After the catamaran ride finally visit to a local house for a tasty traditional authentic lunch which is prepared in the traditional method using earthenware pots and firewood as fuel. This is a great opportunity to witness the authentic local cuisine also experience even part-take on the meal preparation with the local women at the house finally a leisure walk back to the main road along the lake bund. On the way back observe the daily life of the village such as fishing, women washing clothes at the periphery of the waterways of the lake.

Thereafter visit Sigiriya Rock Fortress. (Approx. 20 mints.)

The 5th-century rock citadel of King Kasyapa and World Heritage Site – Sigiriya – doesn’t only boasts of ancient Sri Lankan engineering & urban planning supremacy but also acclaims to be one of the finest monuments of art & culture. Step through the gigantic ‘Lion Paws’ – overlooking the symmetrical royal gardens below – to comprehend the absolute splendor that once dominated this rock fortress. Surrounded by ramparts & moats the Lion Rock – resembling the mythological ‘City of Gods’ – is coated by frescoes that relate to Gupta style paintings found in Ajanta caves of India. Walk in the shade of an eminent ‘mirror wall’ embracing the Western face of Sigiriya representing an artistic hundred meters laminated with graffiti.

Wander into the well-fabricated museum downstairs for an epic journey of yesteryears to realize how the citadel floated above citizens with the castle, ponds and irrigation systems that pumped water right onto its summit with an ingenious hydraulic system describing a colossal masterpiece of the great king which remained a wonder in Asia for centuries.

On completion return to the hotel.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 04 | Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya:

After breakfast proceed to Polonnaruwa. (Approx. 1 and ½ hrs.)

Rising with the decline of Anuradhapura, the city of Polonnaruwa – medieval capital & crown jewel of King Parakramabahu I – remains superior proof of ancient culture & heritage blended with religious beliefs. Walk across its scattered walls of the World Heritage Site – blessed by stupas, resting Buddha statues, irrigation canals, and fantastically carved Hindu sculptures – while observing the relic house – Watadage – which boasts of beautiful stone carvings. Take a close glance and you will realize a subtle Hindu influence on architecture and statues found in Polonnaruwa. Or sit by the side of Galviharaya and observe the absolute beauty gushing out of every bend of its huge Buddhist statues. Nissankamalla Council Chamber is, however, a head-spinning beauty to just sit back and observe with its swaying pillars reminding the aesthetics of a powerful kingdom which rests beside Parakrama Samudraya – the sea of Parakramabahu & masterpiece of irrigation!

Overnight stay at a hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 05 | Sigiriya / Dambulla/ Matale / Kandy:

After breakfast visit Dambulla Cave Temples.

As one reaches the city of Dambulla lies a hub which has been treasured by many kings since the 1st century B.C. Today, an icon in the face of Sri Lanka Dambulla Rock Temple houses some of the most unique drawings in magnificently constructed 5 cave temples flanking the golden temple of Dambulla. Observe how exquisitely cave paintings are done along walls that shelter 150 statues of Lord Buddha. As you enter the retreat look straight up to the gigantic Buddha statue glittering in gold over a land which today houses an important junction in the country’s economic and cultural uplifting.

Thereafter proceed to Kandy via Matale. (Approx. 1 & ½ hrs.)

An agricultural zone in the Central Province, Matale seldom drops off the maps due to its reJunkable contribution through flagship crops of the island extending from tea, rubber & vegetables to spices. Spearheading the Rebellion back in 1848, Matale today takes immense pride in its story woven around spices. Stop by the side of a spice garden – into which you will be most welcome – and observe the therapeutic values of spices & processes over a refreshing cup of herbal tea! Or spend some time idling on the hardened streets if you mean a real town adventure filled with voices and colours.

Continue to Kandy. (Approx. 1 hr.)

Last ruled by King Sri Wickrama Rajasinghe – before it was brought under the British rule in 1815, Kandy – the World Heritage Site & last royal capital of Sri Lankan kings – crafts an array of culture, history, and heritage in the minds of visitors across the globe. Experience an ancient Kandyan legacy engraved around its crown jewel, the temple of the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha. A stroll across this small lakeside town – cradled among the misty hills – will feature the Kandy City Centre – bundled with latest and world-class brands, bazaar, an arts & crafts center, as well as a gem museum & lapidary. Drive towards Victoria Golf Course, undoubtedly one of the best golf courses in the world for a sweep blended with class and style. Or walk in color as you glide through fresh fruits and vegetables in the Kandy Junket. Fine tune your evening by stepping to the beat of traditional music & drumming amplified by a cultural show enhancing the rich and vibrant culture of the Wonder of Asia, Sri Lanka.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy.

Day 06 | Kandy:

After breakfast you will visit Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.

First developed as a pleasure garden under royalty and later harmonized by the British, the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya – today bundled with the most welcoming facilities located just 4 miles off Kandy – is a flourishing national asset in the Wonder of Asia. Walk into this 147-acre bliss of an experience, passing well-tended lawns, pavilions & a Junagon conservatory to be greeted by the vast expanse of a magnificently landscaped lush green turf which will encourage you for an exhilarating break. Towards the north of the entrance rests a cafeteria that one might come across before stepping into some of the highlights – the orchid house & giant Javan fig tree – of this place which overflow in grace.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy.

Day 07 | Kandy / Nuwara Eliya:

After an early breakfast proceed to Peradeniya Railway station to catch the train to Nuwara Eliya.

Hop into the rattling train smoking and hissing its way through green valleys of the hill country pierced by endless waterfalls & dotted by tea pluckers draped in bright-colored saris.

Get down from Nanu-Oya Railway station which is the closest railway station to Nuwara Eliya and visit a Tea Plantation.

Sri Lanka, Tea, and Tourism are words which cannot be separated. Take a tour to the cold & misty hills that take pride of an ultimate tea tour, covering lush green blankets of tea plantations. Or just step into a tea factory processing the prestigious brand of Ceylon Tea, to observe a rich tradition kept alive up to date. As you observe the hissing and swishing of machines, inhaling the heavenly scent arising from these facilities, make sure to end your day in style over a perfectly blended cup of pure Ceylon Tea.

On completion check-in at selected hotel in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 08 | Nuwara Eliya:

Breakfast at the hotel.

Visit Horton Plains for soft hike.

This journey will take only an hour from Nuwara Eliya. Horton plains national park inohiya is a protected area in the central highlands of Sri Lanka and is covered by montage grassland and cloud forest. This plateau is rich in biodiversity as typical mammals, and with many species not only endemic to Sri Lanka but restricted to and many species found here are endemic to the region. This region was designated a national park in 1988. It is also a popular tourist destination. The plains’ vegetation is grasslands interspersed with montage forest and includes many endemic plants, Large herds of Sri Lankan samba deer feature the Horton Plains. The early morning visit is essential both to see a wildlife and to view the world’s End before mist closes in during the latter part of the morning.

On completion return to the hotel in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 09 | Nuwara Eliya / Udawalawe:

Proceed to Udawalawe.

Enjoy Udawalawe Safari.

Be ready to witness trumpets across the border as you approach the elephant country around the corner! Udawalawe truly is a sanctuary for the big-footed & tusked. Junked by relatively large herds of elephants, the national park proves to be one of the best places one could observe them in their natural habitat. Hop into a safari jeep and head into the park, you are most likely to drive into your first herd of giants within the maiden hundred meters. Turn on your radar into other species – such as spotted deer, Sambhur, barking deer, water buffalo and jackal – found within the park.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Udawalawe

Day 10 | Udawalawe/ Tissamaharama:

Transfer from Udawalawe to Yala and check in at selected hotel. In the evening enjoy a thrilling safari at Yala National Park.

Spreading into a vast 1259 Km2 Yala – with its glory spinning around vast grasslands, shrubs, tanks, and dunes – rightfully is the heartland of wildlife in Sri Lanka. As your jeep rumble through the giant gates of Yala, you are not only stepping into the most visited national park in the country but also the lands of a civilization which thrived during the reign of Sri Lankan kings. You name it, and Yala has it! Its usual inmates cover herds of elephant, sloth bear, spotted deer, jackal, extensively populated birdlife as well as the highest density of leopards in the world that garnish the park to be one of the finest destinations in the country. Feel the rough track as your jeep thunders over rocks and swish passing narrow bends for an exhilarating experience blended with the cries of wilderness under the tropical sun.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Yala

Day 11 | Tissamaharama /Ahangama:

After breakfast proceed to Ahangama.

Late afternoon visit Galle, the epic Southern capital, is the intersection where classic Dutch architecture meets a tropical setting creating a vivid atmosphere in beauty. Walk the Dutch-haunted streets listening to the creaks of wooden saloon doors and observe how European architecture mingles with South Asian traditions today flooding cultural enthusiasts on a global scale. Its original ramparts and bastions preserved up to date showcase pieces of evidence of a heritage preserved for more than 3 1/2 centuries. Walk clockwise within the fort to observe the ‘old gate’ carrying the British coat of arms. Flanking the old gate is the Zwart bastion – the oldest of all – and the lighthouse standing 18 feet in its glory next to the Point Utrecht Bastion. This Dutch bliss is painted with streets that spread in a rectangular grid pattern pierced with houses carrying Dutch colonial style verandas. However, its hallmark stands a reality where the Dutch fort remains a working community with its usual buzz of administrative offices, court complex, commercial buildings, churches and Southern folks frequenting its streets bracing the air of the Elysium of architecture, Galle! Continue to Ahangama.

Be enchanted by the corals and colourful coastal life that surrounds Ahangama, the diver’s paradise. Check in at your hotel and relax by the clear sandy beaches of Ahangama or simply doze by the pool of your hotel reminiscing the fond memories of your just-concluded tour of Paradise Island.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Ahangama.

Day 12 | Ahangama:

Visit Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery.

Turtle Hatchery: Both locals and international volunteers battling it out for” Sea Turtles’ Sake” is a common sight at Kosgoda. This vibrant tourist destination sitting calm along the Southern coast of Sri Lanka – apart from its traditional industries of fisheries and cinnamon cultivation – was later recognized by the Wildlife Protection Society who studded the region with a Sea Turtle Conservation Project which operates on a formidable scale today. Indirectly, this has become a watering hole of flipper & shell enthusiasts!

Overnight stay at a hotel in Ahangama

Day 13 | Ahangama / Airport:

Transfer from Ahangama to Colombo Airport for the departure flight.

Tour Ends

What's included

  • Return economy flight from London Heathrow
  • Accommodation in double room on bed & breakfast basis.
  • Tour starts with breakfast on day 03 ending with breakfast on day 13 at hotels specified or similar categories.
  • Transport in a comfortable vehicle.
  • English speaking chauffeur guide during the roundtrip.
  • Sightseeing of Dambulla Cave Temple, Sigiriya, Hiriwadunna, Polonnaruwa, Kandy Tooth Relic Temple, Kandy Show,  Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, Yala, Turtle Hatchery.
  • Train Ticket
  • Jeep Safari Yala

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Early check Ins & Late checkouts
  • Video Camera and Still Camera visiting different sites.
  • Cost of beverage throughout the tour.
  • Lunch on tour.
  • Expenses of a personal nature.
  • Any other services not specified above.

Accommodation

Your Hotels

Sigiriya : Camellia Resort and Spa or similar (Standard Room)
Kandy : Thilanka Kandy or similar (Standard Room)
Nuwara Eliya : Hill Pride City Hotel or similar (Standard Room)
Tissamaharama : Tamarind Tree Hotel or similar (Standard Room)
Udawalawe : Kalu’s Hideaway or similar (Standard Room)
Ahangama : Insight Resorts or similar (Standard Room)

Check-in : 15:00 hours
Check-out : Until 12:00 hours
Room occupancy : Maximum 2 adults

Offer is based on Twin share so 2 people must book to complete the offer. So valid with 2 full paying adults:

Child discount : Children pay full price as adult

Solo traveller : from £2114

Hotels : If the hotels mentioned in the itinerary are unavailable you will stay in hotels of a similar standard

Wheelchair access : The hotels and tour are not suitable for wheelchair users.

Mobile number : Please be sure to fill in mobile number when booking. This is so that the driver can get in touch with you.

Flight Documents : Once your final payment has been processed, we will send you an email confirmation. You will receive all travel documentation required for your flights and accommodation shortly afterwards.

Flight Times : Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. We search for the best times for you and will do our utmost to provide you with the flights detailed above. However, please note that flight times are subject to availability and may be amended.

Group : In Sri Lanka you will travel in a group of minimum 01 and maximum 20 people

Visa : Please note that in order to visit Sri Lanka, you will require a tourist visa. For the most up-to-date information regarding travel visas – including prices and the required length of time that the document is needed for – we advise that you visit www.gov.uk . Alternatively, you can contact the local embassy of the country you are planning to visit.

Passport : Please note that your passport MUST be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the validation date of your visa.

Visa Documents : Lumle Holidays will send you all the required documentation you need to apply for your visa (including flight information) between 4 and 6 weeks prior to your selected date of departure so you can apply for your Sri Lanka visa in time. At least 2 weeks before your departure date you will receive your flight tickets and the confirmed list of your hotels in Sri Lanka.

Travel Documents : Please ensure you take all your final travel documents with you to Sri Lanka.

Personal Information : Please ensure that your personal details are filled in identically to the data on your passport. If this information does not match, you cannot travel to and from your destination. Amendment to this information if entered incorrectly will result in additional charges. If married, please fill in your surname as it appears on your passport.

Tour Itinerary : Please note that in exceptional circumstances the itinerary and/or excursions may be subject to change for reasons outside of the control of Lumle Holidays

Vaccination : If you are travelling to Sri Lanka, you may need to be vaccinated. For the most up-to-date health advice, you should visit your local doctor/GP or visit www.gov.uk

Cancellation Conditions : This offer cannot be cancelled or modified, and is strictly non-refundable

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Combining some of Sri Lanka's traditional highlights with s/seeing & relaxation, this trip shows…

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India Sri Lanka Tour

India Sri Lanka Tour

15 days from £1699pp

It’s now time for a fantastic Indo Sri Lanka holiday that allows you to experience the both…

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Explore Sri Lanka

Explore Sri Lanka

14 days from £1399pp

Combining some of Sri Lanka's traditional highlights with s/seeing & relaxation, this trip shows…

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Sri Lanka Highlights

Sri Lanka Highlights

13 days from £1499pp

This 13 days Sri Lanka Highlights allow you to enjoy sun, sea, culture, history, national parks…

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Discover Sri Lanka

Discover Sri Lanka

16 days from £1899pp

Combining some of Sri Lanka's traditional highlights with s/seeing & relaxation, this trip shows…

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Tailormade suggestions are...

  • Extend your trip within Sri Lanka
  • Extend trip to Bhutan
  • Extend trip to India

Travel Info

    • Flight time 11 1/2 hours (Colombo)
    • Timezone GMT+5 1/2 hours
    • Recommended airlines SriLankan Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Qatar & British Airways 
    • Best season Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June & Dec 

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Enchanting Sri Lanka

Enchanting Sri Lanka

Combining some of Sri Lanka's traditional highlights with s/seeing &…

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Exclusive Sri Lanka

Exclusive Sri Lanka

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Explore Sri Lanka

Explore Sri Lanka

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