Starting at $1499pp
for 10 days.
Based on two persons sharing

Culture, Heritage, Nature & Wildlife – Modest Summer Vacation – 10Days 09 Nights

10 Days / 9 Nights

Quick look

It is said that Sri Lanka has a heritage that is 2,500 years old and dates back to the third century BCE. This journey will take you to four separate UNSECO world heritage sites, each of which will provide you with the opportunity to learn about Sri Lanka’s history.

Even though Sri Lanka is one of the world’s most biodiverse countries, this trip will take you to three separate national parks, each of which will provide you with a unique and unforgettable experience. Pigeon Island marine national park is one of two marine national parks in Sri Lanka. Minneriya and Kaudulla national parks are noted for having one of the largest elephant gatherings in the Asia. The Wilpattu National Park is well-known for its leopard population.

The Royal Botanic Garden in Peradeniya is a botanical garden that is known all over the world and include nearly 4000 different types of plant spices. During your Trinco boat safari, you will get the opportunity to become familiar with mangroves, which are among the most unusual types of flora found around the globe.

Price Includes

  • Entrance fees to site visits and excursions mentioned in the itinerary
  • All game drive jeep service charges are listed in the itinerary.
  • Accommodation for 09 days in the hotels included in the package on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • According to the tour plan, transportation by airconditioned car.
  • For the round tour, an English-speaking chauffeur guide will accompany you.

Accommodation and excursions are subject on availability.

Please be advised that costs for site visits, excursions, and hotel stays may change depending on the current situation.)


  • Soak in the culture, heritage
  • Enjoy the wildlife and nature of Sri Lanka.
  • Relaxation on untouched sandy beaches


You can design your own tour.

Tour Map

Tour at Glance

  • Wilpattu National Park
  • Anuradhapura Ancient City (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Minneriya National Park
  • Dambulla Cave Temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Sigiriya Ancient City Complex (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Lagoon Boat Safari in Trincomalee
  • Pigeon Island Marine National Park – Snorkeling at Pigeon Island
  • Kandy Temple of the Tooth Relic (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden

Airport > Anuradhapura > Trincomalee > Pasikuda > Kandy > Negombo > Airport

Day - 01

A representative will be waiting to pick you up at the Bandaranaike International Airport and take you to your accommodation.

Drive: 170km, approximately 04 hour’s drive

Day - 02

You are in for a long day today as you are scheduled to participate in a full-day safari in Wilpattu National Park. During your time on the safari, you will be accompanied by your chauffeur guide.

Full Day game drive at Wilpattu National Park.

In the north-eastern part of Sri Lanka, Wilpattu National Park is both the largest and most picturesque of the country’s national parks. The altitudes inside the park range from 0 to 152 meters above mean sea level. The park covers an area of 1,317 km2 . The name Wil-Pattu originates from the Tamil word “Villu, ” which may be translated as “Lakes.” It is believed that the park contains around 106 natural water basins that are ringed with sand. Between the months of December 1988 and March 16, 2003, the national park was off-limits due to safety concerns connected to the Sri Lankan Civil War. The park is becoming more well-known among visitors for its leopard sightings.

Day - 03

After an early breakfast today, you will be accompanied by your chauffeur guide as you travel to Ancient Anuradhapura City. After your tour of Anuradhapura, you will continue on to Sigiriya, which is your next destination. After lunch, you and your chauffeur guide will embark on a jeep safari in Mineriya or Kaudulla National Park, depending on which park you choose.

Drive: 65km, approximately 02 hour’s drive.

En-route visit: Sacred City of Anuradhapura (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Following an invasion in 993, the political and religious capital of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura, which had previously flourished for 1,300 years, was abandoned. The magnificent site, which includes palaces, monasteries, and monuments, has been hidden away for many years due to the deep forest, but it is now once again open to visitors.

According to the legend Vijaya’s minister by the name of ‘Anuradha’ was the one who established the hamlet that would eventually develop into Anuradhapura. This assertion, however, has been called into question because it was recently found that there were prior settlements in the citadel region of the ancient city that date back to the 10th century BCE.

Afternoon Game Drive – Elephants Gathering at Minneriya or Kaudulla National Park

The gathering of elephants is a phenomenon that is considered to be one of the natural wonders of the world and may be witnessed in Sri Lanka. During the gathering season, visitors will get the opportunity to see anything from one hundred to three hundred elephants in a single heard, making it the greatest gathering of Asian elephants in the world.

During the dry months, from July to October, the tank acts as a’migration’ path for these enormous beasts from many of the neighboring locations as they seek water and new grass, which has all dried up elsewhere. This “migration” path serves as a safe haven for them during the dry months. They congregate in herds of up to 300 individuals at this time, marking the beginning of the greatest gathering of Asian Elephants ever seen.

Day - 04

Today, at 5.00 in the morning, you leave out of the hotel to begin your excursion to the Sigiriya Ancient City Complex with chauffeur guide. You will then make your way back to the hotel for breakfast, and when you finish dining, you will check out of the hotel and continue on to your next stop in Trincomalee. Your chauffeur guide will take you to the Cave Temple in Dambulla while you are on your way to Trincomalee.

Drive: 95km, approximately 02 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive

Sigiriya Ancient City Complex visit (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

In the fifth century CE, King Kashyapa was credited with establishing the Sigiriya City Complex. Sigiriya is a site that is recognized as a world heritage site by UNSECO. It is also referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” An historic city complex located in Asia that has been meticulously maintained is known as Sigiriya. It features four distinct gardens, all of which are based on natural themes. Paintings and graffiti found at Sigiriya illustrate daily life in Sri Lanka from the fifth century CE. In addition, the ancient architecture of Sigiriya placed an emphasis on the skills of geometry, mathematics, ceramics, and water management.

Dambulla Cave Temple (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Golden Temple of Dambulla, also known as Dambulla Cave Temple, was added to the list of World Heritage Sites in 1991. In addition to the three sculptures of Sri Lankan rulers and the four statues of gods and goddesses, there are 153 statues of Buddha. The total square footage of the murals is approximately 23,000 square feet (2,100 meters). The Dambulla cave complex has five different caves that date back to different epochs.

The caves have impressive artwork depicting Buddha’s first sermon and his struggle against seduction by the demon Mara.

Day - 05

This morning, after breakfast, you will travel with your chauffeur guide to Pigeon Island Marine National Park. In the late afternoon, you will take part in a lagoon boat safari with your chauffeur guide.

Snorkelling at Pigeon Island Marine National Park

It takes around twenty minutes by boat from the main island sea show to reach the marine national park that is located on Pigeon Island, which is located on the East coast. At a distance of one kilometer from the diving site on Pigeon Island, visitors may observe stunning coral formations, eels, small schools of various fish, and lovely boxfish.

Lagoon Boat Safari – Trincomalee

Mangroves are extraordinary plants that are able to prosper in salty or brackish water. One of the most important locations for the growth of mangroves is Trincomalee. The Trincomalee boat tour navigates through this one-of-a-kind mangrove forest on its way to and from the city. If you’re very fortunate, you could look across the river and see hundreds of cows swimming over it.

Day - 06

Following breakfast, you will be transferred to your destination in Pasikuda. Your route will take you past rice fields and farms along the coast, where you’ll have the opportunity to observe a diverse range of ecosystems. Afternoon relaxation at hotel

Drive: 110km, approximately 03 hour’s drive.

Pasikudah, often spelled Pasikuda, is a beach resort town located 35 kilometers to the northwest of Batticaloa in the Batticaloa District of Sri Lanka. The name Pasikuda translates to “Green-Algae-Bay” in Tamil. In the past, this location was a sleepy Tamil village located beside the Kalkudah River. Both the Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 and the Sri Lankan Civil War were responsible for the widespread destruction that occurred in Pasikuda.

One of the longest pieces of coastline that is protected by shallow reefs may be found in Pasikudah. Because the water is only a few feet deep and the current is weak in comparison to the rest of Sri Lanka’s coasts, people walk for kilometers into the sea.

Day - 07

Today, you will have the opportunity to choose whether you would want to spend your free time at the beach or at the hotel pool.

Day - 08

After a leisurely breakfast, you’ll hit the road for Kandy, where you may unwind in the afternoon at your hotel.

One of the most beautiful parts of the journey is the 18 hairpin twists on the route to Kandy.

Drive: 210km, approximately 05 hour’s drive.

Day - 09

Following breakfast, your first excursion of the day will take you to the Royal Botanical Gardens. After your tour of the Botanical Gardens, you will continue on to the Temple of the Tooth, and then your chauffeur guide will drive you to Negombo.

Drive: 115km, approximately 03 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive.

Royal Botanical Gardens Peradeniya

Orchids, spices, medicinal plants, and palms are just some of the over 4000 plant kinds found in the garden. The park is 460 meters above sea level, with an average yearly rainfall of 200 days, and covers 147 acres. The National Botanic Gardens Service is in charge of it.

King Wickramabahu III came to power in 1371, and he held court in Peradeniya on the banks of the Mahaweli River, where the Botanic Gardens were first established.Specimens from Kew Garden, Slave Island, Colombo, and the Kalutara Garden in Kalutara were used to create the Peradeniya Botanical Garden in 1843.

Kandy Temple of the Tooth

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is a Buddhist shrine in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is part of the historic royal palace complex in Kandy, Sri Lanka, where the Buddha’s tooth relic is also kept. Since ancient times, the relic has been an essential element in regional politics due to the widespread belief that whoever holds it has absolute power over the region. Throughout history, Sinhalese kings have guarded the artifact. World Heritage status for the temple of the tooth is due in part to the relic housed within it.

Day - 10

On the last day of your holiday in Sri Lanka, after you have had a leisurely breakfast, you will be transported to the airport in plenty of time for your journey home.

Drive: 15km, approximately 30 minute’s drive.

Rajarata Hotel - Anuradhapura

Kassapa Lions Rock - Sigiriya

Pigeon Island Beach Resort - Trincomalee

Amaya Resort & Spa - Pasikuda

Randholee Resorts & Spa - Kandy

Hotel J Negombo - Negombo

Anuradhapura Ancient City

Sigiriya Ancient City

Lagoon Boat Safari

Beach Stay- Leisure


Elephants Gathering

Wilpattu National Park

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