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Sri Lanka is truly a dream destination for the avid traveler. This beautiful country has lots to offer to tourists and its richness and beauty evokes a feeling of contentment, peace and bliss in its visitors. Picturesque landscapes, a warm culture and endemic wildlife and more, Sri Lanka is indeed a true paradise for visitors. With an amazing number of attractions from sunny gold and white sanded beaches, mysterious and ancient cities, beautiful fauna and flora, finest handicrafts, world famous gems, colourful festivals and people famous for their warmth and hospitality it is a great tourist destination and paradise. A perfect mix of history, culture and modernity, Sri Lanka today thrives through its deep-rooted traditions and a personality that draws so many back time and again. Sri Lanka is a year-round destination, the finest time of the year for the western and southern beaches of the island is December to March. While there may be occasional showers, most days are sunny and temperate. Between April and July, it becomes humid and hot in the western and Southern areas. The most popular season for tourism is between December and March, when the country attracts Europeans fleeing the Northern Hemisphere’s winter weather. Christmas and the New Year are particularly popular for a Sri Lankan holiday, while July and August represent festival season on the island.

Day 1
Anuradhapura
AIRPORT ANURADHAPURA approx 45 hrs Up on arrival you will be warmly welcomed to Sri Lanka and proceed to Anuradhapura Enroute lunch proceed to visit Munneshwaram temple one of the three celebrated ishwarams of lord Shiva The Munneshwaram temple is dedicated to Lord Ishwara is reminiscent of other celebrated and renowned temples like Koneswaram and Thiruketheeswaram in which three Siva lingams are enshrined Munneswaram has preserved its sylvan charm and enchantment with the scenic surroundings with vast acres of paddy and hemmed in by tanks which irrigate all farming and cultivation there The main temple has been revamped largely due to generous donations and assistance by devotees who throng the sacred precincts to invoke and implore the deities and solicit spiritual succor and material comfort Visit Ramalingeshwara Manavari Temple After proceeds to Anuradhapura visit the holy Botree which was grown from a sampling of the very tree under which the Lord Buddha found enlightenment more than 2500 years ago Dinner Overnight stay at Hotel Temples to visit Ramalingeshwara temple Munneshwaram temple
Day 2
Jaffna
ANURADHAPURA JAFFNA After Breakfast proceed to Jaffna it is the administrative headquarters of the Jaffna district located on a peninsula of the same name With a population of 88138 Jaffna is Sri Lankas 12th largest city Visit Keerimalai Nakuleshwara Temple and Sacred water spring After lunch visit Nagadeepa The site is known as the place where Lord Buddha came during his second visit to Sri Lanka after five years of attaining Enlightenment to intervene and mediate in settling a dispute between two Naga Kings Chulodara and Mahodara over the possession of a gemstudded throne Visit Nainativu Nagapooshani Amman Temple is an ancient and historic Hindu temple It is dedicated to Parvati who is known as Nagapooshani or Bhuvaneswari and her consort Shiva who is named here as Nayinaar The temples fame is accredited to Adi Shankaracharya a 9thcentury Hindu philosopher for identifying it as one of the prominent 64 Shakti Peethams in Shakti PeethaStotram and its mention in the BrahmandaPurana Dinner Overnight stay at hotel Temples to visit Nagadweepa darshan Rama well Nakuleshwara temple Natural swimming pool
Day 3
Trincomalee
JAFFNA TRINCOMALEE After Breakfast proceeds to Trincomalee Located on the east coast of the island overlooking the Trincomalee Harbour The city is built on a peninsula which divides the inner and outer harbours In the close vicinity of Trincomalee are some of the finest beaches of Sri Lanka with a variety of hotels visit Laxminarayana temple one of the fine sculptured shrine in Sri Lanka then proceeds to Koneswaram temple shrine The construction time of Koneswaram temple has been estimated by comparison between carved reliefs on the temples ruins literature on the shrine and the inscriptions commonly used in royal charters from the 5th to 18th centuries Koneswaram was likely founded before 400 BCE in side Koneshwaram temple you can visit Shankari Devi Statue and shakthipeedam Visit The Kanniya Hot Springs is a site with hot wells located in Trincomalee Sri Lanka There are seven wells in a square shape Wells are only 34 feet deep and you can clearly see the bottom The temperature is considerably high but vary slightly from one spring to another Wells run out of water when 1015 buckets of water are taken out Visit Kali Temple Dinner Overnight stay at hotel Temples to visit Triconeswara temple Lakshmi Narayana temple
Day 4
Kandy
TRINCOMALEE KANDY At Kandy visit temple of Tooth Relic locally known as Sri Daladamaligawa This temple is a UNESCO world heritage site which is also one of the most revered Buddhist sites in the world This is possibly the most sacred Buddhist shrine in the world It is venerated not only by Buddhists in Sri Lanka but by Buddhists all over the world Dinner Overnight stay at hotel Temples to visit Kanniya hot water well and Nilavari Daladamaligawa Buddha temple Lakshmi Narayana temple Kali templeIndrakshi amman temple
Day 5
Kandy
KANDY After Breakfast visit Sita Kotuwa Sita Kotuwa means Sitas fort and got its name because of Sitadevis stay here DUNIVILA ARROW LAKE Dunuvila on the outskirts of Wasgamuwa National Park is sometimes spelled Dunuwila Dunuvila or Dunuwilla It is said to have been the place from where Lord Rama fired the deadly Brahmasthram weapon at King Ravana The reason for this identification is Dunu which means arrow and Vila which means Lake So it is explained that this place got its name because Lord Rama fired his arrow from this lake Later visit a gem museum Sri Lanka long associated with the international gem and jewellery trade has been known as the cradle of treasures for its precious natural gemstones Both the artisan culture of jewellery craftsmanship and Sri Lankas gem industry has been widely acclaimed in literary works dating as far back as 250 BC Today Sri Lanka has made its mark in the international market and is known for quality gemstones and creating fine jewellery in a range of unique and exquisite designs With this reputation the Sri Lankan gem and jewellery industry is now geared to establish a worldclass gem and jewellery hub The entire industry employs approximately 600000 persons including miners cutters and polishers dealers jewellery designers manufacturers and craftsmen marketers and sales people Sri Lanka is blessed with over 70 varieties of coloured stones out of 200 found in the world and is among the five most important gembearing nations of the world Notably Sri Lankas major strength is the Ceylon Sapphire While Sri Lankan jewellery manufacturers demonstrate remarkable craftsmanship Sri Lankan gem suppliers offer a wide range of Ceylon gems to the global gem market representing the countrys breath taking natural heritage Dinner Overnight stay at hotel Temples to visit Sita Kotuwa
Day 6
Nuwaraeliya
KANDY NUWARAELIYA En route at Ramboda visit the Hannuman Shrine which was dedicated to lord Hanuman and its believed to be the place where Hanumman been landed in the country in search of Sitha can observe a 18 ft height Hanumman statue Visit working Tea garden and a factory At Nuwaraeliya visit Sithaeliya witness the legendry Sitha Amman temple in the Asoka Vathika experience a boat tour at Gregory Lake Dinner Overnight stay at Hotel GURULUPOTHA Gurulupotha is believed to have served as an aircraft repair center in the capital city of King Ravana because the Sinhalese name Gurulupotha means parts of birds In Valmikis depiction of King Ravanas Pushpaka Vimana the flowery vehicle resembled a cloud But is also believed to have had the shape of a huge peacock and was therefore called Dandu Monara flying peacock But sometimes the Pushpaka Vimana and the Dandu Monara are said to have been different kinds of prehistoric aircrafts used by Ravana Temples to visit Ramboda Hanuman temple Gurulupotha Ravana airport
Day 7
Katharagama
NUWARA ELIYA KATHARAGAMA After Breakfast do a city tour at Nuwaraeliya is a town in the central highlands of Sri Lanka with a picturesque landscape and temperate climate It is located at an altitude of 1868 m 6128 ft and is considered to be the most important location for Tea production in Sri Lanka The town is overlooked by Pidurutalagala the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka The city was founded by Samuel Baker the discoverer of Lake Albert and the explorer of the Nile in 1846 NuwaraEliyas climate lent itself to becoming the prime sanctuary of the British civil servants and planters in Ceylon NuwaraEliya called Little England For a picturesque stroll stop by the wellmaintained Victoria Park or head for Gregorys Lake which is located just south of the town You can also hire boats here also visit the international Golf and race courses and also visit divurumpola temple Divurumpola means a place of oath This is the place where Sita underwent the Agni test She came unscathed and proved her innocence and purity The message of Ramas victory over Ravana was sent to Sita After a bath and adorned with jewels she was taken on a palanquin before Rama Meeting her husband after such a long time she was overcome with emotion but Rama seemed lost in thought At length he spoke I have killed my enemy I have done my duty as a true king But you have lived for a year in the enemys abode It is not proper I take you back now Sita was shocked You have broken my heart she said only the uncultured speak like this Have you forgotten the noble family I come from Is it my fault Ravana carried me off by force All the time my mind my heart and soul were fixed on you alone my lord She turned to Lakshmana and said with tears streaming from her eyes prepare for me a fire that is the only remedy for this sorrow of mine Lakshmana in suppressed anger looked at Ramas face but there was no softening he lighted a big fire Sita reverently went round her husband and approached the blazing fire Joining her palms in salutation she said if I am pure of fire protect me With these words she jumped into the flames Then arose from out of the flames Agni the firegod whom she had invoked He lifted Sita from the flames unharmed and presented her to Rama Dont I know that she is spotless and pure at heart cried Rama standing up to receive her Its for the sake of the world that I made her go through this ordeal of fire so that the truth may be known to all Today the temple is revered for the oath taken by Sitadevi and even the legal system permits and accepts the swearing done at this temple while settling disputes between parties THE RAVANA ELLA The Ravana Ella Falls and the Rawana Ella Cave are located close to the Wellawaya main road in the famous valley called Ella gap only about 6 kms away from the town of Ella well known for its splendid views to the Ella gap The cascading waterfall measures about 25 metres It is believed that Sita bathed in a pool that accumulated the water falling from this waterfall The nearby Rawana Ella cave is quite small only 50 metres long As in the case of Ishthripura Cave in Welimada legend has it that it was used by King Rawana to hide princess Sita It is believed to belong to a network of tunnels also connecting it to the Dova temple and to all the palaces and airports and dairy farms of King Ravana Archaeological findings in the Rawana Cave include a human skull dating back to 20000 BC RAVANA CAVE These tunnels prove beyond doubt the architectural brilliance of King Ravana These tunnels served as a quick means of transport through the hills and also as a secret passage These tunnels networked all the important cities airport and dairy farms A close look at these tunnels indicates that they are where a palace and a tunnel existed Existing tunnels mouths are situated in Ishtripura at Welimada Ravana cave at Bandarawela Senapitiya at Halagala Ramboda Labookellie Wariyapola Matale and Sitakotuwa Hasalaka In addition there are many more tunnels YUDAGANAWA Yudaganawa is an excavation area only a few kilometres west of Puttalam at the Wellawaya to Monaragala main road A4 The Kinkine Vihara is situated here the largest Buddhist stupa of the islands south The Ramayana Trail legend has it that Yudaganawa instead of the formerly identified Yudaganapitiya in the northern highlands was the arena for the final battle between Rama and Ravana It is said that the destruction caused by this war is the reason why this piece of land can never bear any vegetation again Visit Sella katharagama temple Dinner Overnight stay at Hotel Temples to visit Ashoka Vatika Gayatri temple Lankadheeshwara temple Divrumpola
Day 8
Colombo
KATHARAGAMA COLOMBO After Breakfast visit Kataragama town is a pilgrimage town sacred to Buddhist Hindu Muslim and indigenous Vedda people of Sri Lanka People from South India also go there to worship The town has the Kataragama temple a shrine dedicated to Skanda Kumara also known as Kataragamadeviyo Kataragama is located in the Monaragala District of Uva province Sri Lanka Although Kataragama was a small village in medieval times today it is a fastdeveloping township surrounded by jungle in the southeastern region of Sri Lanka Visit Rummasala mountain KIRINDA BEACH According to the Sinhalese tradition the temple of the Kirinda marks the place where Princes Viharamaha Devi landed after her father the king of Kelaniya set her adrift on a golden vessel Later on she became the consort of Sri Lankas most famous King Dutugemunu The Ramayana Trail legend tells that Seetha was kept captive here for nearly one year Ravana administrative capital was Ravana Kotte This is identified as the Basses reefs Southeast of Kirinda Though the palace is sunk in the sea some parts of it are said to be seen sometimes during low tides USSANGODA Ussangoda is a strange coastal area because of its lack of trees Its serpentine rock contains heavy toxic metals Only specific smaller plants were able to adapt to this soil But according to the Ramayana legend there are two more explanations for the baldness of Ussangoda After meeting Sitadevi Lord Hanuman provoked the mighty King Ravana and his army of Rakshasas It resulted in Lord Hanumans tail being set on fire by Rakshasas Hanuman in turn went on to torch parts of King Ravanas empire with his burning tail Ussangoda is said to be one of these burnt areas Besides the Ramyana Trail legend has it that earlier on the Ussangoda plateau was used an airport by King Ravana for his Dandu Monara peacock chariot before Hanuman devastated the landing site RUMASSALA Rumassala hill 3 kms east of Galle is the landmark of Unuwatuna beach because of the picturesque white Buddhist dagoba on top of it Rumassala rock is one of the five Sri Lankan spots believed to originate from parts of Mount Dronagiri They fell down when Hanuman carried the Dronagiri on his flight back to Lanka in order to use its Sanjiwani herb to rescue Lakhshmana and Rama who were in need of this medical plant to be reanimated after suffering severe injuries Rumassala is also said to be an abode of Sita during her stay in Lanka SEENIGAMA TEMPLE Seenigama is a small village on the southwest coast close to Hikkaduwa Sri Lankas most popular beach resort for coral reef snorkeling The Seenigama temple is situated on a very small island This Devale is dedicated to the local God DevolDeviyo who protects fishermen and their boats The Ramayana trail legend has it that Seenigama was the landing place from where Sugriva King of the Varanas and their monkey army launched his onslaught on Ravanas demon army Dinner Overnight stay at hotel Temples to visit KathargramaSkanda Temple Rummasala mountain Sanjeevani mountain Kirinda beach Ussangoda
Day 9
Colombo
COLOMBO After Breakfast visit Vibhishana temple in Optional Kelaniya Raja Mahaviharaya is a Buddhist temple in Kelaniya Sri Lanka seven miles from Colombo Buddhists believe the temple to have been hallowed during the third and final visit of the Lord Buddha to Sri Lanka eight years after gaining enlightenment Its history would thus go back to before 500 BCE Visit Gangaramaya Temple At Colombo do a city tour and a shopping tour Colombo is a commercial and business center of Sri Lanka located on west coast The city blends together with old colonial type building highrise commercial buildings and hotels It is filled with shopping malls airline offices bazaars and interesting tourist attractions Some of the finest structures built during the colonial times still preserved in one part of the City During the city tour visit BMICH Colonial style Town hall old parliament complex replica of Aukana Buddha statue Galle face green etc Temples to visit in Colombo Keliya Vibhishana temple Ranganatha temple Buddha temple Gangaram
Day 10
Colombo
COLOMBO AIRPORT After Breakfast proceed to Airport for departure

Price Includes:

    • Arrival assistance at the Colombo Airport by our representative
    • The accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar. Check-in / Check-out 1200 noon
    • Stay at DBL / TPL Sharing or SGL room stay Basis
    • Meals on Breakfast and Dinner basis at Hotel (B9, D9)
    • Nine Lunch at Outside Indian restaurant (L9)
    • City tour & shopping tour at each city where client spend the night – without entrance ticket
    • Complementary Entrance Ticket to Cultural Show at Kandy, Sponsored by Gem shop  
    • All Transfer by Air-conditioned private vehicles with an English-Speaking Tour Guide
    • Fuel and Local insurance for the vehicle
    • Complementary Head and shoulder massage at Spice garden
    • Complementary herbal drink or Sri Lankan tea at Gem work shop and showroom
    • Complementary SIM card on arrival
    • Complementary Entrance ticket to Casino in Colombo
    • Two complementary water bottle (500ml) each person each day
    • Discount card for Clothing and Gem shopping
    • All applicable tax (Sri Lankan government Taxes Only)   

Price Excludes:

    • Entrance fees other than mention in Inclusion
    • Tuk Tuk charges wherever they required (Places where vehicle can’t reach)
    • Video and Camera permits at sights
    • Meals Outside of the stated meal plan
    • Use of vehicle other than the specified itinerary
    • Expenses of personal nature
    • Any other services not specified above
    • Early check in & Late check out at the hotels (Check in & Check out time 12.00 to 12.00 Noon) 

Important Terms:

    • Visa is now before arrival – please log on to www.eta.gov.lk to obtain visa. ( Its Easy )
    • The above-mentioned hotels will only be confirmed on availability at the time of booking. If otherwise suitable alternatives will be suggested prior to confirmation.
    • The consumption of alcohol during “Poya Days” at bars, clubs and other public areas of the hotel and operation of similar forms of entertainment establishments is prohibited by law in Sri Lanka. It is recommended that clients contact the Reception to obtain their respective formalities during their holiday.
    • IMPORTANT – Kindly note that check in time to all hotels will be at 1400 hrs and check out is at 1200.
    • Management will not be responsible for any belongings that are lost or stolen or damaged during the tour.
    • All transfer times mentioned above are subject to variations depending on traffic flow and road conditions.

Cancellation Policy:

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