Srilankan Escapes – 6N/7D

Sri Lanka

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About Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka - Magnificent fauna, rich history, breathtaking scenery, and unmatched experiences. The 'Pearl of the Indian Ocean' has much to offer, including stunning animals and a varied culture. All you have to do with Unify Holidays is pack your bags—we'll take care of the rest!


Day 1: Arrival At Colombo & Transfer To Kandy

As you arrive in Sri Lanka, our agent will greet you and take you to Dambulla.

Your first stop is on the way to Dambulla, and it is Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage.

Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage: Located off the Colombo-Kandy Road around 55 miles from Colombo, Pinnawela is home to an orphanage established in 1975 to care for abandoned and injured elephants. There are currently around 65 elephants, including 23 baby elephants produced as a result of the captive breeding program and baby elephants brought from different regions of the country. The best times to go are during the feeding periods, which are from 0930 to 1000 and 1330 to 1400 hours, and the bathing periods, which are from 1000 to 1230 hours and 1400 to 1600 hours, when all the elephants are brought to the nearby river.

Wind up the fun-filled day by checking in to the hotel and taking time to relax with an overnight stay in Kandy.

Day 2: Day Excursion Of Kandy

Today is the day for the Kandy City tour. Start your day after breakfast and prepare yourself for a visit to the Peradeniya Garden, the Kandy Temple, the Gem Museum, and the Gem Shop.

Kandy is the capital of the hills and the location of the yearly Perahera. In 1815, the Sinhala Kings ultimately gave up their last bastion to the British. One illustration of Buddhism's current influence in Sri Lanka is Kandy. There are temple shrines and monasteries throughout the place that continue Buddhist customs.

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic: The Buddha's Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka in the fourth century A.D., concealed from sacrilegious hands in the hair of an Orissan princess. Since then, the Relic's reputation and holiness have expanded across the Buddhist world. It is regarded as the most valuable asset that Sri Lanka has.

The end of the Kendy city tour calls for a relaxing night with an overnight stay to wake up fresh the next morning.

Day 3: Kandy To Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast at the hotel, Travel to Nuwara Eliya and do some sightseeing there.

Beautiful mountain, valley, waterfall, and tea plantation landscapes surround Nuwara Eliya, known as Sri Lanka's "Little England." Though the temperature does drop at night, it is actually rather similar to an English spring day, despite being one of the coolest spots on the island.

You can find examples of the British influence all across Nuwara Eliya, including palaces and country cottages built in the Queen Ann style. The town's central park, Victoria Park, is a great location for a picnic or stroll.

Although there are no seasons in other parts of Sri Lanka, you can tell them here by looking at the flowers, which bloom in the spring (March to May) and fall (August and September). Low-country residents travel to Nuwara Eliya during these "seasons" to avoid the heat and humidity of sea level.

Finally, conclude your day by spending the night in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 4: Nuwara Eliya To Bentota

Check out of the accommodation after breakfast, then take the Kithugala route to Bentota, stopping along the way to explore.

Upon reaching, check-in at the hotel to stay there the night.

Day 5: Visit To Turtle Farm And City Tour

After breakfast, visit Turtle Hatchery Farm in Kosgoda.

Take a Bentota city tour in the evening. Bentota is a natural option to become the first tourist destination because of its sun-filled location and golden, palm-fringed beaches that border the warm, sparkling waters of the Indian Ocean. Bentota is situated on the southwest coast at the junction of the Bentota River and the sea. It is presently regarded as a very appealing vacation destination with a broad and varied selection of unique hotels to suit every taste and budget in Sri Lanka's international tourism markets.

The prominent water sports centers in Bentota include boating, water skiing, jet skiing, snorkeling, and windsurfing. The town also boasts excellent seafood and a full range of hospitality services for tourists.

Return to the hotel for the night stay and rejuvenate yourself for the coming adventures.

Day 6: Bentota To Colombo

Check out of the hotel and head to Colombo after breakfast. When you arrive the first task is to check-in before you can proceed on the Colombo City tour.

Colombo – like many capital cities in developing countries Colombo is fast changing its face. Almost overnight, skyscrapers arise from where old buildings once stood, yet in some parts, the old-world charm is retained. A 100-year-old clock tower and several British-built, colonial buildings are still to be seen in the city.

The Pettah bazaar – where one can shop for bargains, a Hindu and a Buddhist temple, residential areas where you find the stately homes of the affluent, the Colombo museum, the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall – an outright gift to Sri Lanka from the people’s republic of China, the new parliament in Sri Jayawardenapura and the folk art center are some of the places of interest that one can visit.

Once you end your Colombo exploration, spend the night at the hotel to round out your day.

Day 7: Departure From Colombo

After breakfast, it’s time to check out of the hotel and catch your journey back home after an unforgettable trip.