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Let's Go 08 Day tour to Sri Lanka


01st  & 02nd   Days   - SIGIRIYA
Sigiriya – The rock fortress regarded as the eighth wonder of the ancient world, was built by king Kassapa in the 5th century A.D and was royal citadel for more than one year. It is a complex of buildings, part-royal palace, and part fortified town, and water gardens on par with the best in the ancient world, constitute a magnificent and unique architectural feat of the ancient Sinhalese.


Anuradhapura - Anuradhapura went on to become a Ceylonese political and religious capital (4th century BC) that flourished for 1,300 years. In its prime, Anuradhapura ranked alongside Nineveh and Babylon in its colossal proportions—its four walls, each 16 miles (26 km) long, enclosing an area of 256 square miles (663 km²)—in the number of its inhabitants, and the splendour of its shrines and public buildings.

Polonnaruwa - Polonnaruwa Sri Lanka's splendid medieval capital was established as the first city of the land in the 11th Century, A.D. It replaced Anuradhapura, plundered made desolate, and laid hopelessly bare to the invading armies from South India. Three Kings dominate the annals of the city and the period.


03rd & 04th  Days – KANDY
Kandy 116km; the citadel of the hills. Set like a jewel among green mountains chains, Kandy Lake and girdled by the Mahweli Ganga, Sri Lanka’s longest river, the capital of the Island’s last independent Kingdom has retained a distinctive identity and character. Kandy is the repository of Sri Lanka’s traditional art and crafts

Dalada Maligawa - Temple of the Tooth. The importance of Kandy is mainly due to being the home of the Dalada Maligawa, which houses the sacred tooth relic of the Buddha. The tooth relic itself is claimed to have come to Sri Lanka some 1600 years ago, when a certain princess from southern India brought it to Anuradhapura, which was then the most powerful kingdom in Sri Lanka. As king and kingdoms rose and fell, it finally ended up in around 1100AD

Situated at around 2000m above sea level and surrounded by lush tea plantations. Nuwara Eliya is the main hill resort of Sri Lanka and the heart of the tea industry. This city with an elevation of 6200 meters is the highest in Sri Lanka. Once a pleasure retreats of the European planters the town is still very much an English town with many English style bungalows and buildings.
06th Day – ELLA
Ella is a beautiful small village in Sri Lanka's hill country. It has an almost perfect climate and occupies a very scenic vantage point, with Some of the places you could see in Ella are the Ella Gap, Ravana Ella Falls, Little Adam's Peak and Bambaragala Peak among the other many varied pleasant walks with stunning scenery.
07th Day – Thissa
Yala is the largest and most famous National park with Yala West (Ruhuna) combining a strict nature reserve with the Park. Sri Lanka boasts the world’s largest population of leopards. You can see through this national park Leopard, elephant and many smaller animals, sloth bears, deer, wild boar, buffaloes, crocodiles and monkeys. Birds are in profusion – up to 130 species.
The most beautiful, wide and sandy beaches can be found in South coastal areas specially Mirissa, Unawatuna, Hikkaduwa. This depend on Guest request.


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Tour Includes

  • Comfortable Vehicle
  • Experienced Driver
  • Free Mineral Water
  • Accommodation
  • Driver Accommodation
  • Parking Tickets
  • Baby Cot

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21st Mile Post,
Sri Lanka

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