Day 1 (Negombo Hotel)

Airport / Negombo

Welcomed by a Tropical SL Holidays Representative at the Airport and transferred to Negombo.

Negombo was Sri Lanka’s first coastal resort and is known for its long sandy beaches and centuries-old fishing industry.  Negombo has a large bilingual (Sinhala/Tamil) population with a clear Roman Catholic majority.  It’s a modest town of Buddhist Temples, and Portuguese Churches, which provides a gentle welcome for arriving visitors.  The cluster of beach resorts is worthy of rest stops. 

Dinner and overnight at a 4-star Hotel in Negombo.

Day 2 (Kandy Hotel)

Negombo /Pinnawela / Kandy

After breakfast transfer to the Kandy en route and visit Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

Pinnawela has the largest herd of captive Elephants in the world.  The Orphanage was founded to care for and protect the many orphaned wild Elephants found wandering in and near the forests of Sri Lanka.  The best time to visit the popular sanctuary is from 9 am to 1 pm as this is the time when the Elephants come out to proceed with their daily activities.  The Elephants are fed milk and given a bath during this time.

Lunch in Kandy

After lunch visit the Peradeniya Botanical Garden which was officially opened in 1821. And in the evening visit the Kandyan dance and fire show, followed by the Temple of the Tooth relic.

Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel in Kandy

Day 3 (Kandy Hotel)


After breakfast depart towards Ramboda to visit a tea plantation and a breathtaking  waterfall

Optional – Could take the train if required to view the panoramic beauty of the upcountry trail from Kandy to Nawalapitiya and from Nawalapitiya to Ramboda By Vehicle

Lunch at Ramboda Hotel

Dinner and Lunch at the hotel in Kandy.

Day 4 (Sigiriya Hotel)


After breakfast proceed to Dambulla which is situated at the center of the cultural triangle.  en route visit a spice garden where you can find different kinds of spices and herbs that even today the local community uses for their day-to-day activities.

Dambulla Golden Rock Cave temple is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO in 1991. The history of Dambulla goes back to the 2nd century BC, King walagambahu after he became the king for the second time (89-77) turned it into a vihara or shrine.

Lunch at Sigiriya

After lunch visit  Minneriya/kaudulla/Eco park to visit the beautiful wild elephants in their own habitation

Dinner and night at Sigiriya.

Day 5 (Sigiriya Hotel)


After breakfast visit Sigiriya rock fortress it was one of the loveliest royal cities that ever graced the earth. And today it is perhaps the single most remarkable memory for visitors to Sri Lanka. At the midway, you could see the beautiful Sigiriya maidens painted in tempera in brilliant natural colours on the rock wall cave.

 Proceed to Polonnaruwa the medieval capital, the 11th to 13th-century capital of Polonnaruwa has more to see than the old metropolis of Anuradhapura, Parakrama Samudra. The largest irrigation tank of Parakramabahu 1, it was the lifeblood of the ancient city.

 Lunch at Sigiriya/Polonnaruwa

Optional – Ayurvedic herbal massage from an ayurveda treatment hospital.

Evening at Lesieur

Dinner and at a Hotel in Sigiriya.

Day 6 (Optional Negambo Hotel

Sigiriya/Negombo/Airport Katunayake

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