Tour 4 : 6 Days / 5 Nights
After beeing picked up at the airport or your hotel you leave for Pinnawala to visit the Elephant orphanage. This orphanage was set up by the government to take care of baby elephants lost or abandoned in the wild. Witness the feeding of the elephants. Thereafter observe them as they take their daily bath in the river nearby, which offer marvellous photo opportunities. Bath time is enjoyed by all elephants, young and old alike and it is a good time to closely observe their tightly knit family structure. Daily feeding times - 9.15 am, 1.15 pm, and 5.00 pm. bathing times – 10.00 am, 2.00 pm, and 4.00 pm
After Pinnawala head for Dambulla and explore the famous Golden Rock cave temple which has been
declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Recognised as a sacred pilgrimage site for approximately 22 centuries, this cave monastery is the largest best preserved cave temple complex in Sri
Overnight Stay : Hotel in Dambula
Day two begins with a hearty breakfast, and a tour to the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Built by the young king Kashyapa, this 5th century fortress in the sky was a royal citadel for more than 18 years. Combining baffling architectural feats and sensual artistic values, the lion rock is a UNESCO world heritage site as well as nominated to be the eighth wonder of the world
Continue on to Kandy. En route you will visit a spice garden in Matale.
The day entails a Kandyan Cultural show at the Kandyan Arts and Cultural Centre, which features the graceful and rhythmic dancers and drummers culminating in an impressive fire walking display.
Overnight Stay : Hotel in Kandy
After breakfast head for Kandy, the bustling hill country capital is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The sacred ground of the city also home the much venerated tooth relic of Lord Buddha, in the Temple of the tooth relic which is a focal point for Buddhist veneration. Apart from that the city still projects an aura of royal beauty, echoing the grandeur of Sri Lanka’s last royal kingdom through iconic features such as; the Kandy Lake (built in 1807) and the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens.
Overnight Stay: Hotel in Kandy
After breakfast you go to Nuwara Eliya. There you will explore “Little England” a city tour with option to walk around the streets.
On the way to Nuwara Eliya you visit a Teafactory, where you have the chance to try our famous Sri Lanka tea and learn more about cultivating and manufacturing tea.
The visit of Ramboda Falls belongs to the highlights of todays sightseeing tour.
Overnight Stay : Hotel in Nuwara Eliya
Today we take you to train station of Nanu oya . The train takes three hours to go from Nanu Oya to Ella. In actual kilometers it's a pretty short journey but the train has to cross a lot of mountain ranges and descends from 1800m down to 1000m, passing through tea plantations, eucalyptus forests, mountains, villages and more tea plantations. Much of the track snakes it way along the edge of the mountains overlooking huge valleys of firstly tea plantations and small villages, then forests and waterfalls, before crossing to the other side of the range and being greeted with more valleys of tea plantations and small villages the scenery was stunning. After train we will go to hotel in Yala .
Overnight stay: Hotel in Yala
At 6 am explore the Yala national wildlife park (Jeep Safari). Yala is one of Sri Lankas premier
eco tourism destinations, where you can watch closely Lepards, Elephants and a unique variety of birds.
After the Safari we will bring you to the Airport or to your booked hotel.
2 - 3 Persons 590€ p.p. (standard room)
4 - 6 Persons 570€ p.p.(standard room)
Children under 12 Years 300€
Single or Deluxe Bedrooms or a higher standard hotel can be booked for an additional fee.
The prices include:
- Tavelling in airconditionded cars
- english speaking Guide/Driver
- Overnight stay including halfboard
- All entrance fees
The prices don't include:
- Beverages and meals during the day