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Day Excursions

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One Day Excursions

Price starting from $58

This full day excursion starts by visiting the Sigiriya rock fortress. It is the famous ‘Lion Rock’ fortress built over 1500 years ago; this beautiful citadel stands 200 meters high in the middle of verdant jungle and was an important stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. It can be viewed from miles around and is definitely one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic and famous sites. You’ll be able to view the world famous paintings of the Heavenly Maidens, which stand in a sheltered pocket of the rock approached by a spiral stairway. The tour is capped off with an evening jeep safari at Minneriya/Kaudulla/Eco National Park, where you have the chance of seeing up to about 300 elephants.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy

Price starting from $60

We set off early morning to see the fascinating ancient ruins of Anuradhapura that are of major interest for tourists includes huge bell‐shaped ‘stupas’‐built of small sun‐dried bricks, temples, sculptures, palaces, and ancient drinking‐water reservoirs. Anuradhapura is home to many of the ancient and grandest monuments of Sri Lanka that are very popular. The city of Anuradhapura is a UNESCO world heritage site. Anuradhapura remained the capital of Sri Lanka from 4th century BC till the beginning of the 11th century AD. Afterwards, visit the Mihintale Cave Temple‐which is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. It is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa, which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka.

Tour Starts: 06:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $43

Kitulgala is a small town in the west of Sri Lanka. It is a stormy forestry area, which gets two monsoons each year, and it is one of the wettest places in Sri Lanka. The academy award‐winning movie “The Bridge On The River Kwai” was filmed on the Kelani River near Kitulgala, although nothing remains now except the concrete foundations for the bridge. Kitulgala is the platform for white water rafting in Sri Lanka. After enjoying the thrilling ride, visit the prehistoric Belilena Caves by 4WD jeep or be more adventurous biking to the caves. It lies upon a steep path on the hillside; this cave has been home to a ‘Balangoda Man’ (Homo Sapiens balangodensis) where 16,000 year old skeleton remains have been found. Its damp dark depths are now home to thousands of bats and butterflies. This is an adventure not to be missed!

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $47

Early morning leave to the Hill Country Town of Nuwara Eliya. Today’s drive is one of the most scenic in the country as you pass through tea country with the mountains carpeted in tea, numerous waterfalls and tea pickers. Stop at a tea factory to see the processing. Thereafter, visit the Ambewela Dairy Farm & then stroll through the lively markets of Nuwara Eliya. The tour is capped off with a boat ride at Gregory Lake.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $47

This full day excursion starts by visiting the Dambane jungle village located in the city of Mahaiyangana. The Sri Lankan ‘Vedda’ People (indigenous people of Sri Lanka) are still living in this jungle village. Even though they no longer live solely on their hunter‐gatherer lifestyles, you can still see these practises today if you visit this village. Veddas of Dambanne have their own tradition and culture, and even their own language, which can be described as a dialect of the Sinhala language. After this visit to the past, you can enjoy a boat ride in Sorabora Wewa‐this picturesque tank is regarded as one of the earliest hydrological constructions in the country. In the ancient times, this tank was called the ‘Sea Of Bintenna’ because it was believed to be built during the era of great King Dutugemunu by a Villager named ‘Bulatha’.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $46

Start off with a visit to the nearby Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. This orphanage is the home for about 60 elephants, out of which some are baby elephants found abandoned or orphaned in the wild. Here, you can see baby jumbos wondering around their cramped foster home or bottle fed and bathed by their human foster fathers. A place you will really enjoy and never forget. Then you will be heading back to Kandy city to visit the British Garrison Cemetery. Thereafter, you will enjoy a cultural dance show, followed by a visit to the most famous temple in Sri Lanka‐ The Sri Dalada Maligawa, which houses the sacred Tooth Relic of “Lord Buddha”.

Tour Starts: 08:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 19:30 in Kandy.

Price starting from $59

Early morning proceed to the ancient Kingdom of Polonnaruwa; it is a showcase for tourists of the great ancient Sri Lankan architecture dating back to the 12th century AD. You can enjoy the sites of amazing ‘dagobas’, moonstones, massive buildings, beautiful parks and statues. Today the ancient city of Polonnaruwa remains one of the best planned archaeological relic sites in the country, declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Polonnaruwa is the 2nd largest city in north central of Sri Lanka. The city of Polonnaruwa is popular among travellers for its pleasant environment, amazing historical monuments, the Lotus Bath, the Audience Hall, Parakrama Samudra (a huge lake), and hospitality. After spending a good half‐day, next you will visit the famous Dambulla Rock Cave Temple. Used as a refuge since the 1st century BC, each cave is filled with murals depicting scenes from the Buddha’s life and gilded statues of the Buddha in various poses. The temple is spiritual and mesmerizing with no less than 150 Buddhist statues in the five caves. Cave 2, the Maharaja Vihara, is the largest and most spectacular. This visit involves a 10‐15 minute uphill climb on foot, though you are also rewarded with wonderful views looking over the plain.

Tour Starts: 06:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $53

This full day excursion first takes you to climb the rock fortress complex of Yapahuwa. It is located a little way off the Kurunegala‐Anuradhapura road, in the Wayamba province of Sri Lanka. In the early 13th century Yapahuwa was the capital of the country and it housed the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha for 11 Years. Of all the ancient ruins in the country, the rock fortress complex of Yapahuwa is considered to be quite remarkable despite the fact that it isn't famous among most visitors. However, it is renowned as one of the best archaeological sites in the country. It is even rumoured to be more significant than the Rock Fortress in Sigiriya. On top of the rock the remains of a ‘stupa’, a Bodhi tree, and a rock shelter/cave used by Buddhist monks is visible. This tour ends by visiting the Athulgala rock. The 325km high black rock that presents panoramic views of the surroundings such as the Kurunegala Lake and other rocky landmarks that nature has shaped to mimic the fauna of the island.

Tour Starts: 08:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 18:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $57

This full day excursion starts off by visiting the Euphoria Spice & Herbal Garden. This garden is located in the spice capital of Sri Lanka‐ Matale. The ‘spice tour’ gives you the opportunity to explore and gain knowledge on Sri Lankan spices, herbs and the benefits of Ayurveda. Thereafter, explore the caves at Dambulla Cave Temple. Dambulla is a world heritage site and the most impressive of Sri Lanka’s cave temples‐the complex of five caves with over 2000 sq meters of painted walls and the ceiling is the largest area if paintings found in the world. Afterwards, leave for Sigiriya & climb the Sigiriya Giant Rock Fortress. It is the famous ‘Lion Rock’ fortress built over 1500 years ago; this beautiful citadel stands 200 meters high in the middle of verdant jungle and was an important stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. It can be viewed from miles around and is definitely one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic and famous sites. You’ll be able to view the world famous paintings of the Heavenly Maidens, which stand in a sheltered pocket of the rock approached by a spiral stairway.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $51

This full day excursion starts by visiting the Euphoria Spice & Herbal Garden. This garden is located in the spice capital of Sri Lanka‐ Matale. The ‘spice tour’ gives you the opportunity to explore and gain knowledge on Sri Lankan spices, herbs and the benefits of Ayurveda. You will also enjoy a few cookery lessons amidst the lush cinnamon plantation at the garden, where you can help the expert cooks at Euphoria to prepare your Sri Lankan feast. Afterwards, leave for Wasgamuwa National Park to enjoy an evening jeep safari. Wasgamuwa National Park is bordered by the ‘Mahaweli' and ‘Amban' rivers, stretches an impressive 36,948 hectares. It was declared a National park in 1984, making it the only one in the central province. Home to a huge variety of flora and fauna (23 species of mammal including, elephants and bears, 143 birds, 8 amphibians, 17 fresh water fishes, 17 reptiles, 50 butterflies and 150 plants), this park is truly a paradise for the nature lover.

Tour Starts: 08:00 from Kandy. Tour Starts: 20:00 in Kandy.

Price starting from $50

Enjoy a day out in the beautiful hill‐country of Sri Lanka. The drive uphill will be a very scenic one, enjoy the endless views of tea‐carpeted valleys, processing factories and the bright flash of female ‘tea pluckers’ in their saris picking their way through the plantations. Stop at a tea factory where the process of tea producing and grading will be explained. You will also be able to taste a cup of pure Ceylon tea in the factory. Enjoy a brief stop at the beautiful Ramboda Waterfalls. Thereafter, visit Horton Plains National Park, which is located on a high windswept saddle at about 2134 meters above the sea level. The plains are an expanse of misty grassland with scraggy trees and ice‐cold rivulets. Visit the World’s End considered to be the finest view in all of Sri Lanka. The awesome escarpment drops vertically for about 4,000 feet, and hence its name. You can also see the beautiful Baker’s falls on your way to world’s end (the walk is about 14 km in total). The park shelters mammals such as Sambhur, Leopard and endemic Bear Monkies. This area is the home for over 20 endemic bird species including Sri Lanka’s Whistling Thrush, Orange‐billed Babbler and Yellow‐eared Bulbul.

Tour Starts: 06:00 from Kandy. Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy.

Two Day Excursions

Price starting from $134 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

As we start this two‐day excursion with nature, we proceed to explorer the Ravana waterfall. The Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Sri Lanka. The famous Ravana Ella Cave lies 4500 feet above sea level on the foundation of a cliff in Uva. This popular waterfall has its roots connected to the famous Indian epic the Ramayana. Thereafter, visit the Bogoda Bridge. The Bogoda wooden bridge was built in the 16th century during the Dambadeniya era. This is said to be the oldest surviving wooden bridge in the world. The bridge is situated at 13 km south of Badulla city Sri Lanka. All parts of this bridge were constructed from wood, including the use of wooden nails as fixing material. Next day morning enjoy a morning jeep safari at Yala National Park. With trumpeting elephants, monkeys crashing through the trees, peacocks in their finest frocks and cunning leopards sliding like shadows through the undergrowth, we enjoy a thrilling jeep safari ride here. Yala national park (also known as Ruhunu) is the jungle book brought to glorious life. This vast region of dry woodland and open patches of grasslands is the biggest draw to this corner of Sri Lanka; Yala national park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy (Day 1)Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $175 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

This two‐day tour starts off with a visit to the Munneswaram temple in Chilaw, which is visited by both Hindus as well as the Buddhists. It is one of the four most important ‘Shiva’ temples in the island and an important pilgrimage centre. Its origins are popularly claimed to date back to the mythical era of the Ramayana and legend states that Vishnu himself worshipped here. The Portuguese destroyed the original temple and the present building dates from the British era. Afterwards, visit the Chilaw fish market and proceed to Puttalam to visit a Salt Factory. The following day early morning we will enjoy an early morning boat safari to see the amazing friendly Dolphins. The tour will end with a visit to the famous St. Peters Kerk Cathedral.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy (Day 1) Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $132 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

Early in the morning leave to Sigiriya and climb the Sigiriya Giant Rock Fortress, built over 1500 years ago, this beautiful citadel stands 200 meters high in the middle of verdant jungle and was an important stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. It can be viewed from miles around and is definitely one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic and famous sites. You’ll be able to view the world famous paintings of the Heavenly Maidens, which stand in a sheltered pocket of the rock approached by a spiral stairway. Thereafter, you will be heading to Minneriya National Park to enjoy an evening jeep safari. Here you can observe around five to ten herds of elephants, each with anything from twenty to fifty individuals of all age groups. On the following day, enjoy an elephant back safari ride through the jungles of Habarana. Next, head to Dambulla to explore the caves at Dambulla Rock Cave Temple. This is a world heritage site and the most impressive of Sri Lanka’s cave temples. This site consists of five caves with over 2000 sq meters of painted walls and the ceiling is the largest area of paintings found in the world. These caves contain over 150 images of the Buddha of which the largest is the colossal figure of the Buddha carved out of rock spanning 14 meters. Finally, visit the Euphoria Spice & Herbal Garden. Here you will enjoy a few cookery lessons amidst the lush cinnamon plantation at the garden, where you can help the expert cooks at Euphoria to prepare your Sri Lankan feast.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy (Day 1). Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $150 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

In the morning leave to the spice capital of Sri Lanka‐Matale, to visit the Euphoria Spice & Herbal Garden. The ‘spice tour’ gives you the opportunity to explore and gain knowledge on Sri Lankan spices, herbs and the benefits of Ayurveda. You will also enjoy a few cookery lessons amidst the lush cinnamon plantation at the garden, where you can help the expert cooks at Euphoria to prepare your Sri Lankan feast. Afterwards, head to Sigiriya to climb the Sigiriya Giant Rock Fortress. It is the famous ‘Lion Rock’ fortress built over 1500 years ago; this beautiful citadel stands 200 meters high in the middle of verdant jungle and was an important stronghold of the 70 hectare fortified town. On the following day early morning you will go to the take off site to experience the exciting Hot Air Ballooning. Here, you will rise into the air floating gently over breathtaking scenery taking in the magnificent sunrise.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy (Day 1). Tour Ends: 15:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $144 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

Early in the morning leave to the beautiful southern coast. Start off the adventure with a visit to a turtle hatchery in Kosgoda which is famous for its turtle hatcheries and the main aim of operations is to protect Sri Lanka's turtles from extinction. Visitors can see huge tanks filled with newborn turtle hatchlings. Thereafter, experience a boat ride in the Madu Ganga, which is considered as Sri Lanka’s second largest wetland consisting of 62 islands including two main islands providing shelter for about 480 families. Madu Ganga has a high ecological, biological and aesthetic significance, being home to 303 species of plants belonging to 95 families and to 248 species of vertebrate animals. Then proceed to the Ambalangoda Mask Museum and cape off the first day by spending the rest of the day in leisure in Unawatuna beach. Following day morning, visit the Galle Fortress, which is located in the bay of Galle. This was first built in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by archaeological department of Sri Lanka. Finally, you will head to the famous Hikkaduwa beach to spend half day enjoying the beach before heading back to Kandy.

Tour Starts: 06:00 from Kandy (Day 1). Tour Ends: 20:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $145 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

The first stop of the journey will be in Kitulgala for an amazing adventure of White Water Rafting. Kitulgala is a small town in the west of Sri Lanka, which is a stormy forestry areas which gets two monsoons each year, and also it is one of the wettest places in Sri Lanka. The academy award‐winning movie “The Bridge On The River Kwai” was filmed on the Kelani River near Kitulgala. After a 7km long rafting expedition you will head towards the favourite hill‐country town of Nuwara Eliya, where you will spend the night. Early next morning visit the Horton Plains National Park and trek through the ‘world’s end’, you can also enjoy the postcard picture‐ perfect Baker’s Falls along the way. This region was designated a national park in 1988. The grassy flatlands spread along with small patches of forest, which are home to bear, deer, leopards, monkeys, sambur and a rich range of birds. After this scenic trip, you will head to the Nuwara Eliya market to get a glimpse of how Sri Lankan markets operate. Thereafter, head back to Kandy en route enjoying a brief stop over at Ramboda Falls and a working Tea factory.

Tour Starts: 07:00 from Kandy (Day 1). Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy (Day 2).

Price starting from $141 including accommodation on bed & breakfast basis.

This two‐day tour starts off with a visit to the Mihinthale Cave Temple. The area of Mihinthale surrounds with a jungle and there are rock boulders scattered around the mountainous area. There are many caves that were earlier used by monks for meditation in a quite surrounding away from the main city of Anuradhapura. There is abundance of ancient stone architecture surrounding the many stupas, monastic complexes and other sacred places. There after we proceed to Wilpattu National Park, which is Sri Lanka’s largest national, part covering about 1085 sq km. Many of the `big game’ found in Sri Lanka including elephant, sloth bear, water buffalo, spotted dear and leopard can be seen here. Spend the night in the ancient capital of Anuradhapura. Next day early morning we set off to see the fascinating ancient ruins of Anuradhapura that are of major interest for tourists includes huge bell‐ shaped ‘stupas’‐built of small sun‐dried bricks, temples, sculptures, palaces, and ancient drinking‐water reservoirs. Anuradhapura is home to many of the ancient and grandest monuments of Sri Lanka that are very popular. The city of Anuradhapura is a UNESCO world heritage site. Anuradhapura remained the capital of Sri Lanka from 4th century BC till the beginning of the 11th century AD. Finally, end this tour by visiting Euphoria Spice & Herbal Garden.

Tour Starts: 06:00 from Kandy (Day 1). Tour Ends: 19:00 in Kandy (Day 2).