Starting at $2799pp
for 13 days.
Based on two persons sharing

DIVERSITY EXPERIENCE NORTH – Luxury Summer Vacation – 13 Days 12 Nights

13 Days / 12 Nights

Quick look

Jaffna was closer to South India than Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka. And, prior to the civil war, Jaffna was the second most populous city after Colombo.

However, due to the civil war, Jaffna was closed to visitors and cut off from the rest of the world for nearly 30 years.

With its colonial influence and Tamil culture, Jaffna is a fascinating town. If you are more familiar with the culture of the island’s South, you will experience some cultural shock upon visiting Jaffna. When we compare the language, music, food, clothing, vegetation, appearance of the people, and living style of the people, it is completely different from other parts of the country, and when you go there, you feel as if you have landed in another country.

The civil war destroyed or damaged many of Jaffna’s oldest monuments and heritage structures, but when you visit Jaffna, you will be able to see several offthe-beaten-path attractions that are still natural and fresh.

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.
  • 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 Jaffna extreme North of the country.
  • Relax on less-frequently frequented sandy beaches.
  • Get an insight into people’s real lives in North


You can design your own tour.

Tour Map

Tour at Glance

  • Kalpitiya Beach – Leisure Beach stay
  • Dolphin & whale watching snorkelling
  • mangrove island visits
  • Willpatu National Park
  • Mannar Island visit
  • Jaffna City Tour
  • Delf Island excursion
  • Jaffna Peninsula Tour
  • Anuradhapura Ancient City (UNSECO Heritage)

Airport > Kalpitiya >Wilpattu >Mannar> Jaffna > Anuradhapura > Makadura > Airport

Day - 01

One of our representatives will meet you at Bandaranaike International Airport and transfer you to your accommodation.

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

Located in the country’s northwest, the region known as Kalpitiya consists of fourteen islands and sees less tourists than other parts of the country. Kalpitiya is known as a hub for the sport of kite surfing. In addition, tourists go to Kalpitiya to do scuba diving, whale watching, dolphin watching, and snorkeling.

Day - 02

A relaxing beach break in Kalpitiya

There is a wide variety of activities available in Kalpitiya. Kalpitiya is well-known for its abundance of water sports, including kite surfing, as well as scuba diving, dolphin and whale watching, and island tours. Your chauffeur guide can accommodate your wishes regarding the nature of the excursion you wish to take. You are also free to do anything you choose with your day.


Day - 03

A relaxing beach break in Kalpitiya

There is a wide variety of activities available in Kalpitiya. Kalpitiya is well-known for its abundance of water sports, including kite surfing, as well as scuba diving, dolphin and whale watching, and island tours. Your chauffeur guide can accommodate your wishes regarding the nature of the excursion you wish to take. You are also free to do anything you choose with your day.

Day - 04

You will be driven to Wilpattu today, where you will spend the afternoon on a Jeep safari in Wilpattu National Park

Drive: 75km, approximately 02 hour’s drive.

Afternoon game drive at Wilpattu National Park.

If you’re looking for a stunning national park in Sri Lanka’s northeast, go no further than Wilpattu. The park spans an area of 1,317 km2 (508 sq mi) (131,693 ha) and includes terrain with an elevation range of 0 to 152 mThe term “Villu, ” which means “Lakes, ” is the source of the name “Wil- Pattu.” There are reportedly 106 of these sand-edged water basins throughout the area.

From December 1988 to March 16, 2003, the park was closed because of security concerns relating to the Sri Lankan Civil War. Spotting leopards in the park has made it increasingly well-known.

Day - 05

You will have a busy day today, as you will be leaving the hotel early in the morning for your first game drive in Wilpattu National Park, returning for lunch, and then departing again for a jeep safari in the afternoon.

Morning and afternoon game drive at Wilpattu National Park.


Day - 06

After breakfast today, you and your guide will set out for Mannar. Your chauffeur-guided afternoon will be spent discovering Mannar.

Drive: 150km, approximately 03 hour’s and 30 minute’s drive

Despite being one of Sri Lanka’s less-visited regions, Mannar is a must-see because of its unique geography and history dating back more than 2,000 years. The months of June through September are prime time to visit Mannar.

The Talaimannar lighthouse, Vankalai lagoon (also known as the Mannar bird sanctuary), the Arippu Dutch fort, Mannar island (where you can observe “Boabab” trees), the Mannar fort (constructed by the Portuguese in the 16th century), and Adam’s bridge are only few of the attractions in Mannar.

Day - 07

After another morning of seeing Mannar with your chauffeur guide, you’ll head to the northern city of Jaffna. You checked into your hotel and spent the afternoon unwinding.

Drive: 135km, approximately 03 hour’s drive.

The whole of Jaffna is completely at or below sea level. The Palmyrah tree stands out the most and can be seen just about anywhere. Jaffna experiences a dry season between the months of June and September and a wet season between the months of November and January.

In the past, Jaffna’s population consisted not just Tamils but also Moors (Muslims), Europeans, and Eurasian Burghers. Jaffna’s population boomed in the 20th century, and many Sinhalese migrated north from the south. However, many Moors (Muslims) and Sinhalese left Jaffna because of the civil war.

While the vast majority of Tamils are Shaivite Hindus, local deities may also hold religious significance in some communities. Roman Catholics make up the vast majority of the Christian population, while the Church of South India’s Protestants are a notable but numerically small minority.

Day - 08

This morning, you and your chauffeur/guide will leave the hotel to explore Delft island. You’ll be checking back into the hotel somewhere in the early evening.

It is approximately a one-and-a-half-hour drive from the hotel to the Kurikadduwan Jetty (a distance of 35 kilometers). Leaving at the jetty, the trip to the Delft will take around an hour on the water.

Delft Island Excursion

The island was called after the Dutch city of Delft, while its original name is Neduntheevu. Attractions in Delft Island are varied and unique from one another.

Delft Island Fort, Baobab and Banyan trees, The Giant Footprint, Queen’s Tower, Growing Stone, Pigeon Cote, Feral Horses and Stables, and the Cholan Ruins are all accessible via tuk-tuk.

Delft offers a wealth of sites beyond its well-known attractions. Everybody wants to go to the beach because it has white sand, palm trees, and blue water. What’s more, you may go for a quick swim because the water is calm and clear.

Day - 09

After breakfast today, you’ll be taken on a tour of Jaffna by your chauffeur and a local expert.

Jaffna City Tour

Jaffna is a bustling city with several restaurants and jewelry stores along Kashturiya Road and many local fish markets, vegetable markets, supermarkets, and warehouses along Hospital Road.

On your tour of Jaffna, you will be able to see the Jaffna Archaeological Museum, the Public Library, the Nanllur Kandaswami Kovil, the Churches in Jaffna, and the Old Kachcheri Building, among other sights.

Day - 10

Another early rise today, as you’ll be leaving the hotel with a chauffeur guide and local area guide to see the Jaffna peninsula.

Jaffna peninsula tour

Your tour of the Jaffna peninsula will take you to the famous Nilavarai Bottomless Well, the Point Pedro Light House and Point, KKS beach, Keerimalai Sacred Water Spring, Dambakola Patuna Temple, Casuarine beach, Fort Hammenhile, and a few other sites, as well as introducing you to the agricultural lifestyle of the local Jaffna people.

Day - 11

The long trip from Jaffna to Anuradhapura, followed by your chauffeur guide, will commence after a leisurely breakfast. You get to take it easy for the rest of the afternoon.

Drive: 215km, approximately 05 hour’s drive

Day - 12

You will be chauffeured to Makandura today, with a stop in Anuradhapura, an ancient city, on way. In the afternoon, you can relax at the Notary’s house.

Drive: 140km, approximately 03 hour’s and 30 minutes 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, was abandoned after having flourished for 1,300 years. The magnificent complex, which includes palaces, monasteries, and monuments, has been hidden away in thick jungle for many years, but is now open to the public.

Anuradha, a minister of King Vijaya, is said to have laid the groundwork for the city that would become known as Anuradhapura. This assertion, however, has been called into question by the finding of older settlements in the citadel region of the ancient city, going back to the 10th century BCE.

Day - 13

On the last day of your holiday in Sri Lanka, you will be transported to the airport after a leisurely breakfast.

Drive: 35km, approximately 01 hour’s drive

Palagama Beach Hotel

Thamara Villa - Wilpattu

The Palmyarh House- Mannar

Fox Resorts- Jaffna

Forest Rock Garden - Anuradhapura

The Notrys House - Makadur

Kalpitiya Beach

Kite Surfing

Dolphin & Whale Watching


Safari Tour

Nallur Kandaswamy Temple

Jaffna Fort

Nagadeepa Buddhist Temple

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