Your day will start will a fulfilling breakfast at the hotel
After having a delectable breakfast at the hotel, you will be taken to Nuwara Eliya for sightseeing.
The 'Little England' of Sri Lanka, Nuwara Eliya, is surrounded by breathtaking mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and tea plantations. Although the temperature does drop at night, it is actually just like an English spring day in what is meant to be one of the island's cooler locations.
You may detect signs of the British influence all across Nuwara Eliya, such as mansions in the Queen Ann style or country cottages. The town's central Victoria Park is a beautiful location for a stroll or a picnic. While there may not be seasons elsewhere in Sri Lanka, you can tell when they are here by the flowers, which bloom from March to May and from August to September. These are the "seasons" when residents of low-lying areas travel to Nuwara Eliya to escape the heat and humidity.
On this trip you will visit Sita Amman Temple.
Later you will be taken to Kandy where you will be taken to the tooth relic temple.
The hill capital is Kandy. the location of the yearly Perahera. The British finally took control of the Sinhala Kings' final bastion in 1815. The influence of Buddhism in modern-day Sri Lanka is evident in Kandy. There are numerous monasteries and temples that maintain Buddhist traditions.
Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic - Ever since the Buddha's Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka in the 4th century A.D. and concealed from impure hands in the hair of an Orissan princess, the Relic has gained fame and sanctity both in Sri Lanka and across the Buddhist world. It is regarded as Sri Lanka's most valuable asset.
You will spend the night in Kandy for a pleasant sleep.