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CULTURE, NATURE, HERITAGE & WILDLIFE Typical winter Vacation [November - March]

13 Days / 12 Nights

Quick look

The diversity of Sri Lanka is a wonder to behold. When seen in the larger picture of the rest of the globe, the incredible cultural, natural, ethnic, and religious diversity that exists in Sri Lanka stands out. Culture, nature, heritage, and wildlife trip designed to provide the most immersive experience possible across all of the aforementioned areas.

The prehistoric ‘Balangoda men – Balangoda culture’ in Sri Lanka dates back 28,000 years before this era of time. And right from the start of the recorded history of Sri Lanka, several cultural winds have been blowing towards the country, which has resulted in the creation of a diverse range of heritages here.

On the other side, Sri Lanka is recognized as a bio-diversity hotspot in the globe; only 38 nations have met the requirements to be recognized in this status.

The most incredible feature, however, is that guests may take advantage of any of these many offerings with only a moderate amount of time spent traveling.

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 12 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.
  • Two 500ml Water bottles per day.

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.)


  • Experience Sri Lanka’s colourful diversity.
  • Cultural & Religious diversity
  • Discover Sri Lanka’s magnificent wildlife.
  • Enjoy and embrace the nature.


You can design your own tour.

Tour Map

Tour at Glance

  • Negombo wet or dry fish market visit
  • Negombo lagoon boat safari
  • Sigiriya ancient city, (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Village tour with authentic lunch
  • Polonnaruwa ancient medieval City, (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Minneriya, Kaudulla, or Eco Park Jeep safari
  • Dambulla Economic Center
  • Dambulla cave temple, (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Nalanda Gede-Ge
  • Royal Botanical Garden
  • Tea factory
  • Kandyan cultural dance
  • Temple of the Tooth (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Train Journey
  • Nuwara Eliya City Tour
  • Horton Plains National Park, (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Yala National Park
  • Galle Dutch fort. (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Mangrove boat safari
  • Bike or Tuk-Tuk ride into the village
  • Culinary demonstration
  • Lunch

Airport> Negombo> Sigiriya> Kandy> NuwaraEliya> Ella> Yala> Galle> Airport

Day - 01

One of our representatives will be there to meet you at the Bandaranaike International
Airport and will then transport you to your hotel when you arrive.

Drive: 15km, approximately 30 minute’s drive.
Leisure day at Hotel

The majority of the people who live in Negombo are Catholic, hence the area is sometimes referred to as “Little Rome” due to the abundance of Catholic churches in the area. Negombo is well-known for its extensive sandy beaches and centuries-old fishing industry. Negombo is home to a sizeable Sinhala- and Tamil-speaking Roman Catholic community. The second-largest fish market in Sri Lanka is located in Negombo, making it an important fishing center. Hundreds of brightly painted boats and centuries of colonial history have made Negombo a melting pot of cultures and religions.

Day - 02

After a leisurely breakfast, your guide will accompany you to the Negombo Dry Fish Market, which opens at 08.30 a.m. There, you will be able to learn about the way of life of the local fishing community. Your next expedition will be a Negombo lagoon boat safari among the mangroves.

Negombo dry fish market

There are two distinct types of fish markets in Negombo. Opening at 3:30 in the morning, the wet fish market is followed by the dry fish market at 8:00. (Remember, it’s a fish market, so of course it smells like fish. Don’t come here if you’re easily bothered by strong odors. Wet fish markets are best visited around 5:00 in the morning, whereas dry fish markets are best visited at 9:00 in the morning. Negombo’s wet and dry fish markets are teeming with life and activity, giving visitors a glimpse into the daily routine of Sri Lanka’s fishing population.

Hamilton Canal& Negombo Lagoon Boat Trip

Take a spectacular boat ride along the Hamilton Canal, which was built by the Dutch and subsequently reinforced by the British in 1802, after Gavin Hamilton, the then Government Agent of Revenue and Commerce. The gorgeous and informative tour begins in the popular beach resort of Negombo, on well-equipped boats outfitted with safety equipment and skilled crew. The first portion of this relaxing trip takes place on the calm waterways of the ancient Hamilton canal. Tour through the cottages of the fisher families located on the canal’s bank; get a peek of the adults doing their different duties while little children wave at passing boats. Head directly for the Negombo Lagoon, where the fresh fish market or “Lellama” is actually on the lagoon’s banks.

Day - 03

Sigiriya Ancient City Complex Visit (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The city of Sigiriya was founded by King Kashyapa in the fifth century CE. UNESCO has designated Sigiriya as a world heritage site, and it is commonly referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” Sigiriya is a cluster of ancient Asian cities that has been carefully maintained. It’s got four different gardens, and they’re all focused on nature. Life in fifth-century CE Sri Lanka is shown in paintings and graffiti at Sigiriya. And the water management, pottery making, geometry, and mathematics of ancient Sigiriya were all stressed.

Village Tour / Safari

You will be accompanied by your chauffeur guide to the starting point of the village tour. From there, you will travel by hand tractor to the lakeside. Next, you will board a catamaran boat to reach the village land, where you will participate in cooking with village ladies and enjoy your lunch. Afterward, you will return to the starting place by traveling in a Tuk-Tuk.

Day - 04

Polonnaruwa Medieval City (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Sinhalese monarch initially established Polonnaruwa as a military fortress in its early history. After the successful Chola dynasty invasion of the country in the 10th century, they named the conquered territory “Jananathamangalam.” Vijayabahu led a battle against Polonnaruwa with three separate troops coming from different directions. In 1070, Vijayabahu was crowned the king of Polonnaruwa. During this period, the island nation of Sri Lanka was known as Thambapanni.

The Buddhist and Hindu structures that constitute Polonnaruwa date from the 10th century CE to the 13th century CE and were constructed during that era. People began to migrate out of Polonnaruwa before the end of the 13th century, moving to the southwestern region of the country.

Afternoon Game drive – Minneriya, Kaudulla National Park or Eco-Park

Elephants used to travel from place to place throughout the year in search of food and water. Elephants used to shift their sites around Minneriya, Kaudulla national parks, or Eco-park from November to March, thus the day you visited to the region safari jeep drivers took you to the relevant park which is most ideal to watch elephants.

Day - 05

Dambulla dedicated economic canter

Dambulla Economic Centre is alive with activity; it is not a historic site, but rather a location where you may experience real-world, realistic living styles of people and feel like a local. You will get a glimpse into the usual way of life of the people who live in the village as well as the businesses that are run in the vicinity. The market gathers vegetables from the surrounding region as well as from far distant locations from the country, and sellers arriving from various places from the country purchase the items since the market is a lively site with plenty of movement and activity.

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, 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.

Nalanda Gedi-Ge

The location of the Nalanda Gedi-Ge, which dates back to the 8th to 10th century, is regarded as the geographic centre of Sri Lanka. The building itself is entirely constructed of stone and dates from that time period. The ground plan of the location is aligned with a Buddhist temple, while the architecture of the image house is obviously Dravidian in origin. The layout of Nalanda Gedige is reminiscent of a Hindu temple, complete with a mandapa, an entry hall that was first covered in roof tiles, a short passageway leading to an empty sanctuary, and an ambulatory that rounds the sacred core. Within the temple, there are only a small number of the original statuettes of Hindu deities. However, there is a statue of the God Kubera that appears on the south side of the towering structure that is above the temple’s sanctuary. This is a characteristic that can only be seen in Sri Lanka.

Day - 06

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.

Tea Plantation and Tea Factory Visit

Because Sri Lanka is one of the countries that produces the most tea in the world, it is imperative that tourists pay a visit to one of the country’s many tea plantations while they are there.

During your time in Sri Lanka, going to a tea plantation will provide you with a wealth of information about the country’s history, as well as its present and its future.

This visit will start out with a tour of the factory’s processing plant, which will be led by an employee. You are going to view the machinery that are used for drying, grinding, sorting, and packing the goods. You will also get the opportunity to discover how tea is processed, beginning with the glossy green leaves and ending with the parts that are in your tea bag.

Following your break with a cup of high-quality processed tea, you will continue your journey through the tea estate, by seeing the plantation. This will bring your trip to a successful conclusion.

Kandy cultural dance

There is evidence that Kandyan dance originated in India; but, after it arrived in Sri Lanka, local artists adapted the style to create their own art form. In Sinhala tradition, the Kandyan dance has a highly prominent position, and in the Kandy yearly procession, the Kandyan dances play an essential part.

You will be able to observe not only the Kandyan dance but also other two dance types, namely Down south and Sabaragamuwa, in the Kandyan dance display these days, regardless of whether it is named the Kandyan dance or any other name.

Temple of Tooth (a UNSECO heritage site)

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 - 07
Nuwara Eliya

Kandy to Nanuoya (NuwaraEliya) train journey

Among the top tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, a train ride is a necessity for seeing the country’s exotic scenery. If you’re looking for a scenic and short train excursion, the train ride leaving from Kandy and arriving at Nanuoya is a wonderful choice. This well-known tour will take you right into the heart of hill and tea region, where lush nature surrounds you. Tourists will be enveloped in sweeping vistas of groomed tea plantations, thick flora, and steep-sided valleys as the train meanders through the lush green slopes and tight tunnels. Close inspection reveals Tamil tea workers in colourful saris emerging from vivid tea plants. The train from Kandy to Nanuoya runs every day and takes around 4 hours.

NuwaraEliya City Tour

Nuwara Eliya was created by the British after 1815, and it is known as “Little England” due to its UK summer-like weather and colonial-era structures, as well as a golf course, race track, and Victoria Park, which are all British cultural attractions.

Day - 08

Horton Plains National park, (UNSECO world heritage site.)

Horton Plains is a prominent tourist location located 8 kilometers (5.0 miles) from Ohiya, 6 kilometers (3.7 miles) from the world-renowned Ohiya Gap/Dondra Watch, and 32 kilometers (20 miles) from Nuwara Eliya. Horton Plains are located at a height of 2,100-2,300 meters (6,900-7,500 feet) and include montane grassland and cloud forest. It is rich in biodiversity, with numerous species that are indigenous to the area. Horton Plains is the only National Park that may be reached by foot. The whole walk around the track is 9 km long, with important stops along the way including Bakers Falls, World’s End, and Mini World’s End, as well as views of Pathana grasslands and cloud forests.


Day - 09

The day will be spent at your leisure, with suggested activities for the day.

Little Adams Peak

Because of its similar form, the Little Adam’s Peak was
called after its bigger brother, the holy mountain
Adam’s Peak. Adam’s Peak, in Nuwara Eliya in western
Sri Lanka, is 2243 metres high and a lot more
strenuous and difficult hike!
The route begins with lovely lush green tea estates full
with tea harvesting women. The 1141-meter-high Little
Adam’s Peak is rather straightforward to climb, having
a nice trail all the way up. It is not a difficult walk and
is very short, but it gives you an excellent picture of
the countryside around Ella and the view is
spectacular! It was well worth the effort!

The Demodara loop

The Demodara loop is considered one of the greatest sites to see in Ella and should not be missed. The loop has been dubbed the “circular loop,” “spiral loop,” and “spiral ride.”

The Demodara tunnel and railway entry, known as the Demodare Loop, is where the rail line runs around a spiral loop under itself and emerges from a tunnel immediately beneath the Demodare train station. This engineering wonder is the world’s only spiral loop with a tunnel under a train station. According to legend, the notion was inspired by seeing a tea plantation overseer unfasten and refasten his turban.

It was built during the colonial period to carry tea grown in the plantations of the Uva district to Colombo. Engineers and surveyors determined that with the maximum inclination permitted by the Ceylon Government Railway at the time of one foot every 44 feet (1/44), the slopes at Demodara were difficult for the track to work out.

Nine Arch Bridge

The Nine Arch Bridge is a viaduct bridge in Sri Lanka situated between the Ella and Demodara railway stations. It was built during the colonial period and is considered one of the outstanding examples of railway construction in the country.

D. J. Wimalasurendra, a renowned Ceylonese engineer and inventor, was responsible for the overall design and management of the ‘Upcountry Railway Line of Ceylon’ project. Harold Cuthbert Marwood, from the Railway Construction Department of the Ceylon Government Railway and Transport Board, was the architect behind the viaduct. P. K. Appuhami, a Ceylonese constructor who worked in cooperation with British experts to erect the bridge, is most often credited with its construction.

Day - 10

Yala National Park – Afternoon Safari

Yala was initially established in 1900 as a wildlife sanctuary, and in 1938, it was elevated to the status of a national park, becoming Sri Lanka’s second-largest national park. Along with Wilpattu National Park, Yala holds the distinction of being the country’s first national park to be established. During the colonial era, around the turn of the century, the Yala area served as a hunting ground exclusively for local sportsmen; however, it did not carry the name Yala at that time.

Today, Yala is composed of a total of five separate blocks, with only three of them being accessible to visitors. Among the 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in Sri Lanka, Yala is one of them, home to 215 different bird species, including seven that are unique to Sri Lanka. Yala also boasts 44 different kinds of animals and has one of the highest leopard populations in the world.

Day - 11

Yala National Park – Morning Safari

Yala was initially established in 1900 as a wildlife sanctuary, and in 1938 it was elevated to the status of a national park, making it Sri Lanka’s second biggest. Along with Wilpattu National Park, Yala holds the distinction of being the country’s first national park to be established. During the colonial era, around the turn of the century, the Yala area operated as a hunting ground that was exclusive to the local sportsmen; however, back then, this region did not have the name Yala associated with it. Today, Yala is comprised of a total of five separate blocks, and out of those five blocks, only three are accessible to the visitors. There are a total of 70 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in Sri Lanka, and Yala is one of them. The park is home to 215 different bird species, seven of which can only be found in Sri Lanka. Yala is also home to 44 different kinds of animals, and it boasts one of the highest leopard populations seen anywhere in the world.

Day - 12

The day will be spent at your leisure, with suggested activities for the day.

Galle Dutch Fort – UNSECO world heritage site.

Was first constructed by the Portuguese in 1588; however, it was the Dutch who carried out substantial fortification work throughout the 17th century, beginning in 1649. Even after more than 432 years, this historical, archaeological, and architectural heritage monument still has a polished aspect thanks to the substantial repair work done by the Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka. It is a monument that has been preserved in its original state.

Mangrove boat safari, Bike or Tuk-Tuk ride in to the village, Culinary demonstration, Lunch

Day - 13

The chauffeur guide will transport you to the airport on the last day of your holiday in Sri Lanka, based on your flight

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