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Best Sri Lanka Tour Package

Tour Highlights

  • An amazing and wonderful trip.
  • Exploring the Elephant Orphanage and Golden Rock Cave
  • Famous Lion Rock Fortress.
  • Explore the famous Temple of the Tooth Relic in Kandy.
  • Kandy Temple Sightseeing. 
  • Enjoy some Historical sites in the best city, Colombo. 

Trip Overview

Step on a journey like never before and uncover the beauty and hidden gems of Sri Lanka with our Best Sri Lanka Tour Package, ensuring an extraordinary adventure that awaits. Sri Lanka, located in Southeast Asia, is a tropical island that is full of adventurous activities, unbelievable historical sites, exotic beaches, culture, and natural beauty. Though it is small in size, it has many more things to offer the visitor. It is rich in culture, languages, historical sites, and endless beaches. Besides that, there are also an abundance of elephants, famous tea gardens, ancient heritages, wildlife preservation, and so on, which makes Sri Lanka a famous tourist destination.

Begin your journey in the heart of Sri Lanka by visiting the famous destinations: Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Dambulla Cave Temple, Aluvihara Rock Temple, Sigiriya, Kandy, and Colombo

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage 

The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, situated northwest of Kegalle, was founded in 1975 by the Sri Lanka Wildlife Department on a 25-acre coconut property by the Maha Oya River. Initially located at Wilpattu National Park in 1972, it later moved to Bentota's National Holiday Resort and then Dehiwala Zoo before settling in its current location. The orphanage aims to provide care for orphaned and displaced elephants, ensuring their well-being without any form of mistreatment. Visitors flock to witness elephants and their behaviours, especially during bathing times, making it a popular attraction.

Dambulla Cave Temple 

Renowned as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, is located in the central part of Sri Lanka and has a rich history dating back to the 3rd century BC, when a monastery was installed in Dambulla. In the 1st century AD, the caves began to be transformed into shrines, which continued into the 18th century. It is the largest and best preserved complex in Sri Lanka. Boasting 80 caves, the temple's main highlights are housed within five caves, which have been converted into five rooms with images of Buddha and ceiling murals. Recognized as the largest and best-preserved complex in Sri Lanka, it has earned UNESCO World Heritage status since 1991.

Aluvihara Rock Temple

It is a sacred Buddhist temple located in Aluvihare, Matale District of Sri Lanka. Surrounded by hills, the Aluvihara cave temple is situated 30 km north of Kandy on the Matale-Dambulla road. The history of Aluvihare Rock Temple can be traced back to the 3rd century B.C., during the reign of King Devanampiyatissa. It is believed that the King built the shrine, planted the Bo sapling (a young tree), and founded the temple after the introduction of Buddhism to the country during his reign. 

Sigiriya (Lion Rock Fortress)

It is the world's oldest historical monument, located in the Matale District of Sri Lanka. It was built in the 5th century. An ancient rock fortress and palace built by King Kashyapa during his reign. It has both historical and archaeological significance and is declared the 8th world heritage site of Sri Lanka by UNESCO. It is a massive column rock that is nearly 200 meters high. The rock is decorated with colorful paintings of beautiful women, and it is believed that the drawings are reflections of the beautiful women who lived in King Kashyapa’s palace. You will see two enormous lion paws carved out of the rock.

Kandy City

It is a large city surrounded by mountains in central Sri Lanka. It is full of natural beauty and biodiversity. Kandy is the center of Buddhist spirituality and pilgrimage. It is famous across the world for its rich culture, glorious history, and impressive old world charm. You will get a chance to explore the beautiful Temple of the Tooth Relic, which is one of the most important Buddhist shrines, and other temples on this tour.

Kandy is one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world. This city has many charming temples that portray rich architecture. You will be visiting some of the beautiful temples in Kandy.

  • Temple of Tooth Relic: This is one of the must visit temples in Kandy, world-renowned place of worship, where the left canine tooth of Gautam Buddha is enshrined. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This temple carries a lot of value for Buddhists all over the world. The Temple of the Sacred Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) was originally built by the Kandyan Kings in 1595 to house and honour the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. This precious temple attracts white-clad pilgrims, bearing lotus blossoms and frangipani, every day as a means of worship.

  • Lankatilaka Vihara: It is an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Udunuwara, Kandy. It is located on Daulagala Road, approximately 4 km (2.5 mi) away from Pilimathalawa junction and a few kilometres from the ancient Buddhist temple, Gadaladeniya Vihara. It was constructed as a four storey building that stood eighty feet high and sat on an uneven rock bed overlooking the Hanthana mountain range.

  • Gadaladenyia Vihara: It is an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Pilimathalawa, Kandy. It is about 18 km west of Kandy and 6 km west of Peradeniya. It is considered one of the largest rock temples in Sri Lanka. The architecture of this temple is designed following Hindu artistic styles. The temple was built on a flat rock and is famous for Sri Lanka’s best paintings from the Middle Ages.

  • Embekka Devalaya: Located in the Udunuwara area of Kandy, it was built by King Vikramabahu III of the Gampola Era in Sri Lanka. This temple is dedicated to the deity of Kataragama. A local deity called Devatha Bandara is also worshipped at this site. You will see beautiful wood carvings on the pillars and roof that are beyond stunning. It is a place with some of the best woodcraft in the world. 

  • Aluvihara Rock Cave Temple: Located 30 km north of Kandy on the Matale-Dambulla Road. It is a historical place to absorb the traditions of Sri Lankan Buddhism. It is a place where the Pali canon (standard collection of scriptures) was written down completely in text on Ola leaves. This temple has 13 caves and a library with a gallery of antiques, including Buddha statues made of clay and marble. 

Colombo (The Commercial Capital)

The bustling heart of Sri Lanka, as the largest city in Sri Lanka, is the administrative and economic centre located in the western province. Being the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, this city offers historical monuments, colonial architecture, beaches, fine dining, vibrant nightlife, and many shopping centres. This is the most populated city in Sri Lanka. Explore renowned landmarks such as the majestic Gangaramaya Temple, the sacred Kelaniya Temple, and the serene Gangarama Seema Malakaya

  • Gangaramaya Temple: Located on the Beira Lake, is one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Colombo. The architecture features a mix of Sri Lankan, Indian, Thai, and Chinese styles. It was founded in the late 19th century by a famous scholarly monk. The temple functions not only as a site of worship but also as an institute of learning and a cultural centre. The temple is surrounded by statues of Buddha, lions, and china vases. 

  • Kelaniya Temple: Renowned as Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, is a sacred Buddhist temple built on the bank of the Kelaniya River in Sri Lanka. This temple is a perfect combination of historical significance and architectural aesthetics. It is a popular tourist destination but also an invaluable educational institution, especially for students of history and architecture. 

Some of the famous destinations you will be visiting on this tour are: The National Museum, the largest museum in Sri Lanka. It was built in 1877 and modeled on Italian architecture. Here, more than 1000 artifacts, paintings, statues, and royal objects, like the throne and crown, are on display in its two-story building. The Old Parliament, located in the Colombo Fort area facing the sea, is the building that houses the presidential secretariat of Sri Lanka. Independence Memorial Arcade and Independence Square are the best places to relax in Colombo. It serves as a monument, a park, a walking trail, and an area as well. The square is used as a venue for national ceremonies, cultural events, and exhibitions. The creation of Beira Lake dates back to the early 16th century, when the Portuguese built it as an artificial reservoir. Initially intended as a defensive measure to safeguard the city from potential threats, the lake also facilitated the transportation of goods and weaponry. Over time, its purpose has evolved, and today, Beira Lake has transformed into a recreational space where people come for leisure and relaxation. Odel Shopping is a popular department store in Sri Lanka that stocks a variety of items for men, women, and children, including casual wear, formal attire, swimwear, activewear, and accessories like shoes, bags, and jewelry. 

Another attraction is the Cinnamon Gardens, located in the heart of Colombo, a residential area known for its elegant homes and tree-lined streets. The neighborhood is characterized by its lush greenery and well-maintained gardens, providing a peaceful and serene environment in the bustling city. Laksala Handicrafts Emporium offers a diverse range of handicrafts, including wooden carvings, sculptures, handmade pottery and ceramics, traditional masks and poppets, Batik clothing, and textiles. The lighthouse is a prominent landmark, providing a beautiful panoramic view of the Indian Ocean from above. The lighthouse itself, which is 29 meters high, is perfect for enjoying the aerial views of the Indian Ocean. The Clock Tower has historical significance as it was constructed during the British colonial period in Sri Lanka. The clock tower has become not only a functional timepiece but also an iconic structure that reflects the colonial history of Sri Lanka, and the last destination is Colombo Harbor, also known as the Port of Colombo, which is the largest and busiest port in Sri Lanka.

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Detailed Itinerary

  • DAY 1

    Arrival in Sri Lanka.

    At (Arrival Time): Welcome to Sri Lanka!!! After landing at Bandaranaike International Airport, you will be warmly greeted by our representative and proceed to the hotel in Negombo. Complete the check-in process and relax at your hotel. If you happen to arrive early, you can explore the nearby places. Later, enjoy your overnight stay in Negombo.

    Meal: Dinner Included.

  • DAY 2

    Drive to Sigiriya via Pinnawala.

    At 07:30 AM: Have your breakfast at your hotel and get ready to leave for Sigiriya. En route, visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, an important center for caring for elephants that have been rescued from the wild in Sri Lanka. It is a place where you can find the largest herd of captive elephants in the world. Here, you can take a closer look at the elephants that are freely roaming on the premises and learn about their behavioral patterns. You can see employees feeding and bathing elephants. 

    Following that, you will be visiting the Golden Temple of Dambulla, also known as the Dambulla Cave Temple. It is an ancient temple region with plenty of temples, caves, rock temples, statues, paintings, and murals. Being the largest cave temple in Sri Lanka, it features a wide range of historical and religious remnants from the 2nd century BC. There are 80 documented caves, 153 Buddha statues, 4 statues of gods, 3 statues of kings of Sri Lanka, murals that cover a 2100 square meter area, and paintings. After exploring all these sights, continue heading to Sigirya, reach Sigiriya, and proceed to the hotel. Complete the check-in procedures and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast and Dinner Included.

  • DAY 3

    Drive to Kandy, Temple Visit.

    At 08:00 AM: Begin your day by having a fulfilling breakfast at your hotel. You will be picked up from your hotel and proceed to the Rock Fortress of Sigiriya, which is located in central Sri Lanka and a UNESCO world heritage site also known as Lion Rock. It is known for its massive column of rock that reaches nearly 200 meters high. Climb the ancient staircase that leads to the summit of Sigiriya Rock. You will see a mirror wall; the wall is polished so well that you will be able to see your own reflection on the surface. You’ll see names and notes scribbled into the wall, some from as early as the 8th century. At the northern end, you will see the lion paw. As well as ancient paintings on walls and beautiful gardens as you make your way to the towering Lion’s Rock ahead. 

    After that, proceed to Kandy and, on the way, visit Aluvihara Rock Cave Temple, which is a historical place. The temple consists of large caves decorated with Lord Buddha images. There are also impressive Buddha statues and 13 caves in this temple. The main cave consists of a large reclining statue of Buddha, along with standing and seated Buddha statues. Among the caves, one is dedicated to an Indian monk, Buddaghosa. Following that, proceed with your journey to Kandy. 

    Upon arrival in Kandy, head to your hotel, complete the check in formalities, and have some rest. In the evening, visit the Temple of the Tooth in the kingdom of Kandy, which houses the tooth of Lord Buddha. This complex is also home to the Sri Dalada Museum, which contains a collection of documents and photographs relating to tooth history. Visitors cannot actually see the tooth, as the tooth is locked away in a solid gold lotus flower, encased in a jeweled casket that sits on a throne. After exploring all these places, head back to your accommodations and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast and Dinner Included.

  • DAY 4

    Kandy Sightseeing Day.

    At 07:30 AM: Start your day by having a fulfilling breakfast at your hotel, then get ready for your sightseeing tour in Kandy. You will be picked up from your hotel for a temple visit. First, you will be visiting Lankatilaka Vihara, an ancient Buddhist temple and an important monument made during the Gampola Period. It is considered the most magnificent architectural building created during the Gampola era. The main shrine room of the Lankatilaka Vihara is a typical image house consisting of Buddha statues and paintings. You can admire the ancient wall paintings. 

    Following that visit, Gadaladeniya Temple, an ancient Buddhist temple situated in Pilimathalawa, Kandy, is also considered one of the largest rock temples in Sri Lanka. There are 2 shrines. The main shrine has a distinctive South Indian design and stands on a rocky hill. At the top end of the monastery premises, you will see a fine statue of Buddha surrounded by numerous images of deities. The second shrine has Buddha statues in various postures and mudras, symbolizing different aspects of his teachings. After that, visit Embekka Devalaya, also known as the Temple of Wood Carvings. The shrine consists of three sections: the Sanctum of Garagha, where the main deity is enshrined, which is dedicated to the worship of a guardian deity believed to protect the area and its inhabitants; and the Dancing Hall, where traditional dance performances were once held to honor the gods and entertain devotees. and the Drummers Hall, where ancient drummers used to perform ceremonial music and rituals. You will see stunning carving in the pillars, doors, and ceilings. Later, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast and Dinner Included.

  • DAY 5

    Drive to Colombo, Temple Visit.

    At 07:00 AM: Have breakfast at your hotel and get ready. You will be picked up from your hotel and head to the commercial capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo, which will take around 4 hours. 

    Upon arriving in Colombo, proceed to your hotel, finish the check-in process, and relax. After that, take a fascinating journey in the capital of the paradise to taste its cultural texture, witness its bustling streets, visit bargain markets, and relax while watching the uprising urban lifestyle of the capital. Following that, visit the Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, also known as the Kelaniyaiya Temple, a Buddhist temple where you will come face to face with Buddha’s life in the form of beautiful paintings and artifacts like utensils and thrones that belonged to him. You will find modern murals on walls and ceilings. After exploring this beautiful temple, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast and Dinner Included.

  • DAY 6

    Colombo Sightseeing Day.

    At 08:00 AM: Begin your day by having a fulfilling breakfast at your hotel. You will be picked up from your hotel and proceed to Gangaramaya Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Colombo, made by the famous scholar monk Hikkaduwa Sri Sumangala Nayaka Thera in the late 19th century. This temple consists of a museum, library, and vocational training centers. The museum holds a number of Buddha statues from all over the world, along with statues of Hindu gods, old watches, Dutch coins, and many other antique collections. 

    Following that, take a fascinating journey in the capital to taste its cultural texture, witness its bustling streets, visit bargain markets, and relax while watching the uprising urban lifestyle of the capital. This commercial and administrative hub of the country proves to be a blend of cultures, religions, and socioeconomic classes. Your city tour will cover the following: Gangarama Seema Malakaya, the National Museum, Old Parliament (outside visit), Independence Memorial Arcade and Independence Square (inside visit), Beira Lake, Odel shopping, Cinnamon gardens, shopping at the Laksala state owned Handicrafts emporium, Lighthouse and Clock Tower, and Colombo Harbor. It will take around 4 to 5 hours to cover all the sightseeing. After exploring all these sights, head back to your hotel and enjoy your overnight stay.

    Meal: Breakfast and Dinner Included.

  • DAY 7


    At 08:00 AM: Bid farewell to beautiful Sri Lanka. Enjoy your last breakfast at your accommodation, as today is your last day in this enchanting country. Depending on your departure time, check-out of the hotel and proceed to the airport. Safe travels, and don’t forget to recollect the memories of your trip.

    Note: Reach the airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight.

    Meal: Breakfast Included.

Cost Inclusion

  • Airport pick up and drop on a private basis.
  • Srilanka E-VISA.
  • All 6 nights hotel accommodation on double/triple sharing basis. 
  • Private transfer in AC vehicles throughout the tour.
  • Meet and Greet Services at the Airport.
  • English speaking guide services throughout the tour.
  • Entry Fees as mentioned.
  • Meals as mentioned.
  • Tours as specified in the itinerary.
  •  All the Taxes.

Cost Exclusion

  • International Flight Tickets.
  • Nature of personal expenses.
  • Entrance fees to the National Museum.
  • Meals not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Expenses arise because of early check-in or late checkout. 
  • Services that are not mentioned above.

Starting Price: NPR 75,000 per person


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