Tour Package Around The Paradise IslandBack to Packages

11 Days 10 Nights
Yala - Nuwara Eliya - Worlds End - Kandy - Peradeniya Botanical Garden - Sigiriya - Dambulla - Polonnaruwa - Trincomalee - Anuradhapura - Wilpattu - Negombo - Colombo

On your arrival you will be assisted by the Staff of Clarion travels and Tours and will be transferred to Hotel Clarion, Kiribathgoda.

Day 01: Yala

Morning you will be leaving to Yala down the coastal areas of southern portion of Sri Lanka. Stop at Hikkaduwa or Galle for lunch and proceed to Tissamaharama.

Yala is a national park located in the southeast region of the island. As the second largest and the most visited national park of Sri Lanka, Yala receives approximately 500,000 tourist visits per year. Large herds of Elephants, Leopards, Spotted Deer, Sambhur, Crocodiles, Mongoose, Wild Boar, Wild Buffalo, and many other animals can be found here in their natural habitats.

Day 02: Nuwara Eliya

Visit Yala during morning. Following lunch travel to Nuwara Eliya. Dinner and overnight stay at Nuwara Eliya.

Day 03: Nuwara Eliya / Horton Plains / Worlds End

Located in the central highlands of Sri Lanka Horton plains is a national park in Sri Lanka. Rich in biodiversity, many species of endemic trees and flowers are found in this region. It is also a popular tourist destination and is situated 32 km from Nuwara Eliya.

Situated on the Hortain plains it is a sheer cliff with a drop about 4000 feet. As of the most famous places in Sri Lanka Worlds End receives many local and foreign visitors throughout the year.

Day 04: Kandy / Peradeniya Botanical Garden

Attracting over 2 million visitors every year, the Royal Botanical Garden, Peradeniya is located in the heart of Kandy. Renowned for a wide variety of Orchids, Spices, Medicinal plants and Palm trees the botanical garden is equally famous among tourist and locals. Spreading across 147 acres the Royal botanical gardens goes way back in history to the era of kings.

Day 05: Sigiriya / Dambulla / Polonnaruwa

Early Morning proceed to Polonnaruwa visiting the Sigiriya Rock Fortress en-route. Visit the Dambulla Temple depending on the available time. Dinner and overnight stay at Polonnaruwa

Sigiriya has been accredited as a UNESCO world heritage site, due to the splendid historical and cultural value it upholds. Sigiriya has so much experience to offer as it is considered to be one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning in Sri Lanka and also the most visited historic site. Through the finding of archeological experiments, Sigiriya is also referred to as the 8th world wonder.

Dambulla is known for the famous cave temple which boasts a significant archeological and historical value. It is the largest and the best preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka which contains statues and paintings.

It is the second most ancient city of Sri Lanka and is also famous for the ruins of famous Buddhist temples. Polonnaruwa is also recognized for large water reservoirs and tanks constructed by the ancient kings.

Day 06: Trincomalee

Leave Polonnaruwa early morning to Trincomalee

Trincomalee is known for its world famous natural harbor and the beautiful beaches. The Trincomalee harbor goes way back in history to the colonial periods when it had been greatly utilized for commercial shipping purposes. The shallow waters of clear beaches in this area are also a major tourist attraction of Trincomalee.

Day 07

Spend the day enjoying the Sun and Beaches of Trincomalee

Day 08: Anuradhapura

Morning leave to Anuradhapura and tour of the Ancient City. Dinner and overnight stay at Anuradhapura.

Anuradhapura was one of the most significant ancient capital cities of Sri Lanka. Also accredited a UNESCO word heritage, Anuradhapura is rich in cultural, historical and religious elements. With many ruins that emphasizes the Sri Lankan historical splendors as well as religious values, Anuradhapura is an astonishing city for those who enjoy indigenous cultures.

Day 09: Wilpattu / Negombo

Visit Wilpattu National Park.

The largest national park in Sri Lanka is known for its natural lakes, and unspoiled flora and fauna. Wilpattu consists of about 60 rainwater filled “Villus”. With a land mass of over 131 hectares and a large variety of flora & fauna, the best times to visit Wilpattu are during February and October. Wilpattu is among the top national parks world renowned for its Leopard population.

Once a famous trading port in Sri Lanka during the Portuguese and Dutch regimes, Negombo has now become one of the major commercial cities of Sri Lanka. Also famous for the Negombo lagoon and the beautiful beach tourists can enjoy a variety of beach activities in here. The second largest fish market in Sri Lanka is located at Negombo and the there is always the opportunity for a fishing trip to the lagoon and the ocean when you’re here.

Day 10: Colombo

Morning will be leaving to Colombo. Sightseeing and shopping in Colombo and in the evening you will be transferred to Hotel Clarion, Kiribathgoda.

Next day you will be transferred to Bandaranayaike International Airport for your Departure.

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