Starting at $5199pp
for 20 days.
Based on two persons sharing

DIVERSITY EXPERIENCE – Luxury Summer Vacation – 20 Days 19 Nights

20 Days / 19 Nights

Quick look

When viewed from any angle, Sri Lanka reveals an enormous amount of diversity: biological diversity, climatic diversity, history diversity, cultural diversity, religious diversity, ethnic diversity, and so on and so on. This beautifully mixed and multicolored richness is what makes Sri Lanka the true marvel of the world.

Visitors from other countries that come to Sri Lanka will, within a reasonable period of time, have the opportunity to enjoy the local cuisine and experience the country’s vibrant cultural variety.

This tour is intended to provide tourists who are vacationing in Sri Lanka with a wide variety of different experiences. This trip will take you to six different sites that have been designated as world heritage by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. In addition to that, you’ll get to explore six national parks, each of which is home to an unique animal and plant life.

In addition, this tour includes six nature walks, which will give you the opportunity to smell and enjoy the natural surroundings as well as the authentic way of life of the people of Sri Lanka. Staying at a beach that is warm and has sand can help you relax, especially if it is a beach that is not very popular.

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 19 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.
  • Water bottle that can be reused.

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.
  • Discover Sri Lanka’s magnificent wildlife.
  • Enjoy and embrace the nature.
  • Relax on less-frequently frequented sandy beaches.
  • Get an insight into people’s real lives.


You can design your own tour.

Tour Map

Tour at Glance

  • Temple of the Tooth (UNESCO Heritage)
  • Royal Botanical Garden – Nature walk
  • Horton Plains National Park (UNESCO Heritage) – Nature walk
  • Gal-Oya village lake visit – Nature walk
  • Gal-Oya National Park – Inginiyagala Lake boat safari
  • Gal-Oya National Park – Nilgala jeep safari
  • Radella Lake visit – Nature & Wildlife
  • Kumana National Park
  • Pasikuda Beach – Leisure beach stay
  • Polonnaruwa Medieval City (UNESCO Heritage)
  • Rural village walk – Nature walk
  • Jeep Safari – Minneriya or Kaudulla National Park (Elephant Gathering)
  • Dambulla Cave Temple (UNESCO Heritage)
  • Sigiriya Ancient City Complex (UNESCO Heritage)
  • Anuradhapura Ancient City (UNESCO Heritage)
  • Wilpattu National Park
  • Kalpitiya Beach – Leisure beach stay & dolphin & whale watching snorkelling, mangrove island visit
  • Negombo Tuk-Tuk city tour

Airport > Kandy > Nuwara-Eliya > Gal-Oya > Arugam-Bay > Pasikuda > Sigiriya > Wilpattu > Kalpitiya > Negombo > 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: 125km, approximately 03 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive.

Leisure day at Ellerton Bungalow.

The last kingdom in Sri Lanka, Kandy is situated in the country’s rainy zone at an elevation of 500 meters above sea level. It is said that the Buddha’s left canine tooth is preserved in the Temple of the Tooth, which is located in the city of Kandy, which has been designated a UNSECO historic city. The British built the Royal Botanical Gardens in Kandy in the 1940s, and they are now an important and popular tourist destination in the city..

Day - 02

Today, your chauffeur guide will take you on an excursion across Kandy. You are going to go to the Temple of the Tooth as well as the Royal Botanical Gardens, and if there is enough time, you are also going to go on an excursion across Kandy city with your chauffeur guide

Kandy Temple of Tooth – UNSECO heritage site.

Kandy, Sri Lanka is home to a Buddhist temple known as Sri Dalada Maligawa, also known as the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. It may be found within the compound of the former royal palace of the Kingdom of Kandy, which is also the location of a relic of the tooth of the Buddha. Since ancient times, the relic has been an important factor in the politics of the region due to the widespread belief that whoever possesses the relic has complete control over the governance of the land. Throughout history, Sinhalese kings and queens have been in possession of the artifact. Both the temple itself and the relic that it houses have contributed to the Temple of the Tooth’s status as a World Heritage Site.

Royal Botanical Gardens

The garden is home to over 4000 different types of plant life, some of which include orchids, spices, medicinal plants, and palm trees. The Botanical Park encompasses a total area of 147 acres (0.59 km2), is located 460 meters above sea level, and receives an average of 200 days of precipitation per year. The Department of National Botanic Gardens is in charge of its administration.

When King Wickramabahu III ascended to the throne and established his court at Peradeniya on the Mahaweli River in 1371, the Botanic Gardens were already in existence at that time.The Kew Garden, Slave Island, and the Kalutara Garden in Kalutara all contributed species to the foundation of the Peradeniya Botanical Garden in 1843.

Day - 03
Nuwara Eliya

Today, after breakfast, your chauffeur guide will pick you up and transport you to the train station (either Gampola, Peradeniya, or Kandy, depending on your preference). You are going to travel to the tea country via train. You will be greeted by your chauffeur guide when you arrive at the Nanu-Oya railway station, and he will drive you to your hotel.

It is important to keep in mind that buying rail tickets in Sri Lanka might be a difficult process. Especially during times when there are the most tourists. We will do everything in our power to secure tickets for you,butin the eventthat we are unable todo so, we willdrive you to the hotel.

Rail Journey

One of the most breathtaking train rides in the world is from Kandy to Nanu-Oya, which is located in Sri Lanka. Additionally, it is considered to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Sri Lanka. It will take around four hours for the train to get from Kandy to Nanu-Oya. This epic rail raid will lead you deep into the beautiful green hills that cover the region. You will be at the Tea Country of the Hills within a few hours, and on the route there, the train will go through various tunnels and stop at a few breathtaking waterfalls along the way.

Day - 04
Nuwara Eliya

Today, very early in the morning, your chauffeur guide will transport you to the Horton Plains and stroll with you as you explore the Horton Plains. The Horton walk is around 9 kilometres long and will take about three to three and a half hours to finish. You will check back into the hotel in time for lunch, and the rest of the afternoon is yours to do as you like.

Horton Plains National Park – UNSECO heritage site.

On July 30, 2010, Horton Plains was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site owing to the very high number of native plant and animal species that are found there. The Horton Plains, as well as the woods and wilderness that surround it, along with the mountains that border it, make up the most significant catchment region for virtually all of Sri Lanka’s main rivers.

The weather of Horton Plains can be compared to that of a wet montane forest. The average annual precipitation in Horton Plains is greater than 5000 millimeters. During the dry season, the temperature can drop to as low as around 5 degrees Celsius in the evening.

Day - 05

Today, you and your chauffeur guide will leave NuwaraEliya for Gal-Oya. The Gal-Oya is a river in south-east Sri Lanka that stretches for 67 miles (108 kilometers). It is the sixteenth longest river in Sri Lanka. After the river was dammed in 1948 as part of the Gal-Oya plan, the population of GalOya increased. The Gal Oya project resulted in the formation of the 100,000-acre Gal Oya basin. We presently cultivate paddy, chillies, sugarcane, and potatoes in this area.

Bears, leopards, and elephants are just some of the animals that call the adjacent Gal-Oya National Park home. Located in the Gal-Oya National Park, Sennayake Samudaraya (Inginiyagala Lake) is one of the biggest lakes in Sri Lanka.

Drive: 155km, approximately 04 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive.

Late afternoon, Gal- Oya rural village visit and Kiriporuwa lake visit – feel like a local

This afternoon, you will be exploring the region with a naturalist who is well familiar with it. To get to Kiriporuwa Lake, the best place to see birds in the region, you and your naturalist may take a stroll through the hamlet.

Day - 06

You will check out of the hotel bright and early today so that you can go to the Gal-Oya National Park in time to embark on a boat safari on Inginiyagala Lake. Breakfast by the lake will be arranged by the hotel for you. You will leave the hotel in the afternoon to go on a game drive in Gal-Oya National Park, Nilgala.

Gal-Oya National Park – Inginiyagala reservoir boat safari with picnic breakfast

The trip begins at 5:30 a.m., when you and your naturalist set off from the hotel. It’s a fantastic journey through breathtaking landscapes, and you could even see some species. The boat voyage takes around two to three hours, but the calm reservoir waters let you unwind

Several species of birds, both those that live on Sri Lanka year-round and those that fly in for the winter, can be seen from the boat. Elephants can often be seen swimming from the mainland to the islands or from one island to another; crocodiles in the shallows are also possible.

Gal-Oya National Park – Nilgala Jeep Safari

Because of the civil war, Gal-Oya National Park was closed to tourists for almost to thirty years, and to this day, neither locals nor visitors from other countries find any use for it as a tourist destination. This is due to the fact that Gal Oya National Park is one of Sri Lanka’s natural beauties that is relatively unknown. It has quietly persisted for much of its existence apart from the influence of man. It acts as a reminder of the way things used to be in the past. We think that it is the perfect place to go hiking in the unspoiled wilderness. Within the park you can find elephants, wild boars, four different kinds of deer, jackals, sloth bears, marsh mugger crocodiles, and a variety of rare exotic birds. All of these animals live together in harmony. It has an intricate ecosystem that is just waiting to be uncovered.

Afternoon Game Drive – Elephants Gathering at Minneriya 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 - 07

After a leisurely morning spent enjoying breakfast, you and your chauffeur guide will make your way to Arugam Bay. In the late afternoon, you will go by jeep to the Radella Lake area.

Drive: 110km, approximately 02 hour’s and 45 minute’s drive.

Afternoon Radella Lake visit- Jeep Safari -feel like a local

You are going to visit Raddalla village Lake with your chauffeur guide today in the late afternoon, and you will journey there by jeep. You will get the opportunity to view real life in a rural community as well as a wide range of animals in their natural habitat.

Day - 08

In the morning, when you have some free time, you will have the option of spending it at the beach or at the hotel pool, whichever you want. You will be driven to Kumana National Park by a private guide and chauffeur in the afternoon.

Afternoon Game Drive at Kumana National Park.

One of the national parks in Sri Lanka that receives the fewest visitors is Kumana National Park, which is really a part of Yala National Park. The park was closed from 1985 all the way up until March of 2003 as a result of attacks by the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam). The Boxing Day Tsunami of 2004 was another event that had an effect on it.

The dry season in Kumana, which runs from February all the way through September, is the best time to go hiking and exploring in the area. Even outside of the migratory season, which takes place from May to July, there are numerous kinds of birds that may be observed and appreciated.

Yala National Park incorporates the Kumana Bird Sanctuary, which first opened its doors in 1938. One of the most significant areas in Sri Lanka for the nesting and breeding of birds is called Kumana. There are 255 distinct species of birds who make this national park their home. From April to July, the Kumana wetland region is visited by tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of different species of birds.

Day - 09

After a laid-back morning spent enjoying breakfast, you and your chauffeur guide will make your way to the next stop, which is Pasikuda, for a relaxing stay at the beach.

Drive: 145km, approximately 03 hour’s and 45 minute’s drive.

Leisure Beach Stay

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 - 10

You are free to spend today exploring the eastern coast of Sri Lanka. You may go swimming in the water since it is so calm, or you can use the pool at the hotel.

Leisure Beach Stay

Day - 11

The journey to Sigiriya is scheduled for today, and it will begin after breakfast. You will make a pit break in Polonnaruwa on the way there in order to check out the Polonnaruwa Medieval Ancient City, which is recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Drive: Pasikudha to polonnaruwa 70km is approximately 01 hour & 45 minute’s drive

Drive: Polonnaruwa to Sigiriya – 55km, approximately 01 hour & 30 minute’s drive

En-route visit: Polonnaruwa Medieval City (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

The Sinhalese monarch first created Polonnaruwa as a military stronghold in the beginning of the city’s history. After the Chola dynasty’s successful invasion of the country in the 10th century, they bestowed the name “Jananathamangalam” upon the territory they conquered. Vijayabahu organized a battle against Polonnaruwa with three separate troops coming from three separate directions.In the year 1070, Vijayabahu was crowned king of Polonnaruwa. During this period, the island nation of Sri Lanka was known by the name Thambapanni.

The Buddhist and Hindu structures that make up Polonnaruwa date from the 10th century CE to the 13th century CE and were built throughout that time period. People started moving out of Polonnaruwa before the end of the 13th century and migrate to the south-western region of the country.

Day - 12

You will go on an excursion in the village with a local guide and your chauffeur guide first thing in the morning today. You will get the opportunity to live as a local in a rural community. – feel like a local.

The Sigiriya Ancient City Complex will be your destination for the afternoon excursion with your chauffeur guide.

Rural village visit with authentic lunch – feel like a local.

The rural people’s way of life in the villages differs from area to region. You will get the opportunity to visit a rural community while taking part in the Habarana village walk, which will give you the chance to interact with locals and gain insight into their way of life. During the village walk, you will be led through rural farms and acres of paddy fields, giving you the opportunity to get an up-close and personal look at village life. You will have the opportunity to form relationships with people, participate in local fishing, and on occasion taste locally prepared fish. And to cap off the whole thing, you’ll get to enjoy a delicious meal after watching a quick cooking demonstration.

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.

Day - 13

Dambulla Cave Temple is located close to your place of stay; today, after breakfast, your chauffeur guide will accompany you to Dambulla Cave Temple; after some leisure for a few hours, you will participate in a game drive in Minneriya or Kaudulla to watch elephants

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.

Afternoon Game drive – Elephants gathering at Minneriya 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 - 14

You will be taken to Wilpattu today, but on the way there, you will stop in the ancient city of Anuradhapura to have a tour with your personal chauffeur guide. You take it easy and relax for the rest of the afternoon.

Drive: Sigiriya to Anuradhapura 70km is approximately 01 hour & 45 minute’s drive

Drive: Anuradhapura to Wilpattu – 40km, approximately 01 hour 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.

Myth has it that a 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.

Day - 15

You wake up bright and early this morning to go on your first wildlife drive of the day, which will be a jeep safari to Wilpattu National Park in the morning. After your morning jeep safari in Wilpattu National Park, you will head back to the hotel for breakfast before embarking on another adventure in the park.

Morning and afternoon 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 - 16

Today, you will have the opportunity to participate in yet another early Jeep safari in Wilpattu National Park. Following a leisurely late breakfast, you and your chauffeur guide will get in the car and head to Kalpitiya. Take some time to unwind at the beach this afternoon. The months of June through September are primetime for visiting to Kalpitiya, which is often considered to be the least touristy and most inaccessible area of the island. After noon, you can relax on the beach

Drive: 75km, approximately 01 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive

Fourteen different islands make up the region of Kalpitiya, which is located in the northwestern part of the country and receives less tourists than other parts of the country. Kite surfing is highly popular in Kalpitiya. In addition, Kalpitiya is a well-known location for activities like as snorkeling, scuba diving, observing dolphins and whales, and traveling to nearby islands.

Day - 17

A relaxing beach break in Kalpitiya

Kalpitiya is a town that offers a diverse selection of activities and attractions. In addition to its reputation as a destination for snorkeling, diving, whale watching, dolphin encounters, and island tours, Kalpitiya is a renowned destination for kite surfing. You can discuss your desire to go on an excursion with your chauffeur guide, who will then make the required arrangements to fulfill your requirements if you do decide to go on the excursion. You also have the option of spending the day at your own leisure.

Day - 18

A relaxing beach break in Kalpitiya

Day - 19

Following a leisurely breakfast, you make your way out of Kalpitiya and onward to your next destination, Negombo, where you will spend the night in order to get ready for your departure the following day

Tuk-Tuk ride around the city of Negombo in the afternoon.

Drive: 120km, approximately 03 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive

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’s long stretches of sandy coastline and storied fishing industry date back generations. Negombo is home to a sizeable Sinhalaand Tamil-speaking Roman Catholic community. As the site of the country’s second-largest fish market, Negambo is also an important center for the fishing industry. Hundreds of brightly painted boats and centuries of colonial history have made Negombo a melting pot of cultures and religions.

Tuk-Tuk trip around Negombo City in the late afternoon.

On a tour of Negombo in a tuk-tuk, you will learn about the city’s many attractions. Your tour guide will provide you with information on the history of the area as you go to other places such as the fish market, the Dutch Canal, the Angurukaramulla Temple, and more.

Day - 20

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.

Ellerton Bungalow - Kandy

Jetwing Warwick Garden - Ambewela

Gal-Oya Lodge - Gal-Oya

Jetwing Surf - Arugam-Bay

Maalu Maalu Resort & Spa - Pasikuda

Aliya Resort & Spa - Sigiriya

Thamara Villa - Wilpattu

Palagama Beach Hotel

Villa Hundira - Negombo

Minneriya National Park

Radella Lake

Nilgala Jeep Safari

Gal-Oya National Park

Kandy Temple

Snorkelling experience

Pasikuda – Beach stay

* If you’re unsure about one of the components, please leave it empty or mention it in the comments and one of our Travel Experts will contact you. Please note that you may choose multiple options.