Sri Lanka-Tour-7N-8D

6 Nights 7 Days
  • Sri Lanka


Departure & Return Location: =    Sri Lanka

Duration:                                     =      7 Nights 8 Days

Meal Plan:                                   =       Breakfast 

Price:                                            =      INR: 40000 (per person)



Package Includes
  • Arrival assistance at the Colombo Airport by Travel-Yatra representative
  • The accommodation in the hotels mentioned or similar. Check-in / Check-out 12:00 noon
  • Stay at DBL / TPL Sharing or SGL room stay Basis
  • Meals on Breakfast and Dinner basis at Hotel (B7, D7)
  • Complimentary Gem Gallery Visit
  • Complimentary Spice Garden visit
  • Complimentary entrance ticket to Cultural show at Kandy – Up on visit Gem Museum
  • All Transfers by Air-conditioned private vehicles with an English Speaking Tour Guide
  • Fuel and Local insurance for the vehicle
  • Two complementary water bottle (500ml) each person each day
  • All applicable tax (Sri Lankan government Taxes Only
Package Excludes
  • Entrance fees other than mention in Inclusion
  • Meals Outside of the stated meal plan
  • Tuk Tuk Charges
  • Use of vehicle other than the specified itinerary
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other services not specified above
  • Early check in & Late check out at the hotels (Check in & check out time 12.00 to 12.00 Noon)
  • International Bank Transfer charges




  Payment for Confirmation
  •  25% payment of total tour cost in advance for tour booking.
  •  25% balance full payment before tour start or on Tour.
  • 50% payment of total tour cost 10 days before tour start date to get Hotel Vouchers.
  • All applicable taxes.


Cancellation charges may vary if the booking has been made for high season /peak season dates. It also varies if some specific accommodation and transportation arrangement have been made as per the choice/suggestions of travelers. For clarification, discuss with your tour advisor at the time of package confirmation

 Cancellation Policy
  •  45-30 Days prior to the operation of the booked tour – 10 % of total tour cost
  •  15-08 Days prior to the operation of the booked tour – 30 % of total tour cost
  •  02-01 Day prior to the operation of the booked tour – 100 % of total tour cost
  •  All applicable taxes.
  •  29-16 Days prior to the operation of the booked tour – 20 % of total tour cost
  •  07-03 Days prior to the operation of the booked tour – 50 % of total tour cost
  • All inclusive (Fuel, Driver Allowance, Parking Toll Tax, State Tax.)


Cancellation charges may vary if the booking has been made for high season /peak season dates. It also varies if some specific accommodation and transportation arrangement have been made as per the choice/suggestions of travelers. For clarification, discuss with your tour advisor at the time of package confirmation


Day 1: Airport – Sigiriya

  • Meeting and Greeting at the Airport by Travel-Yatra representative.
  • Transfer from Airport to Hotel in Sigiriya.
  • Golden Cave Temple The area is thought to be inhabited from as early as the 7th to 3rd century BC. Statues and paintings in these caves date back to the 1st century BC. But the paintings and statues were repaired and repainted in 11th, 12th, and 18th century AD. The caves in the city provided refuge to King Valagamba (also called Vattagamini Abhaya) in his 14 yearlong exiles from the Anuradhapura kingdom. Buddhist Monk meditating in the caves of Dambulla at that time provided the exiled king protection from his enemies. When King Valagamba returned to the throne at Anuradhapura kingdom in the 1st century BC, he had a magnificent rock temple built at Dambulla as a gratitude to the monks in Dambulla.
  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Sigiriya


Day 2: Sigiriya – Kandy

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Sigiriya is an amazing geological formation in Sri Lanka that encompasses an important archaeological site. Sigiriya lies 22 km north-east of Dambulla in the North central province of Sri Lanka. The tourist site of Sigiriya has been declared as a UNESCO world heritage site since 1982 and is part of the seven world heritage sites of Sri Lanka. Sigiriya is located in the middle of the tourism cultural triangle formed by connecting the world heritage sites of Anuradhapura, Kandy and Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka
  • Minneriya National ParkSet in the heart of the popular cultural triangle of Sri Lanka, Minneriya National Park is mostly known for its incredible elephant migration, which is one of Asia’s finest wildlife experiences. During the drier months of June to September, as many as 300 elephants congregate in the Minneriya National Park around the ancient Minneriya water tank (which dates back to 3rd Century AD), taking advantage of the receding waters that provide an important water source.Important Info:Elephant Migration between Minneriya, Kaudulla and Hurulu Eco Park

    There are three national parks in the close proximity within that region. They are the Minneriya National Park, the Kaudulla National Park, and the Hurulu Eco Park,. All of the three parks are immensely popular among locals and foreigners the world over for their large herds of elephants. Generally, each year during the months of July to September large groups of elephants are found in the Minneriya National Park and then they migrate to Kaudulla National Park during the months October to November due to high rains and lakes getting filled up. Then the elephants move on to Hurulu Eco Park for the final leg of their migration during the month of December to January.

  • Transfer from Sigiriya to KandyCultural Show at Kandy (If Time Permitted).
  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Kandy


Day 3: Kandy – Nuwara Eliya

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Visit Temple of Tooth relicTemple of Tooth Relic Located in Kandy, long a centre of the Buddhist faith, the stunning 17th-century Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is believed to house the left upper canine tooth of the Lord Buddha himself. This precious relic attracts white-clad pilgrims, bearing lotus blossoms and frangipani, every day.According to legend, the tooth was taken from the Buddha as he lay on his funeral pyre. It was smuggled to Sri Lanka in 313 AD, hidden in the hair of Princess Hemamali who fled the Hindu armies besieging her father’s kingdom in India.

    It immediately became an object of great reverence and was enshrined in a series of nested jeweled reliquaries. The tooth was brought out for special occasions and paraded on the backs of elephants, which are sacred to the Buddha. Where it survived numerous attempts to capture and destroy it.

    When the capital was moved to Kandy, the tooth was taken to the new city and placed in temples built to honor it. The temple was originally built under Kandyan kings between 1687 and 1707.City Tour at Kandy (Lake drive, Gem Museum, Silk shop, Batik etc…..).

  • Transfer from Kandy to Nuwara EliyaHanuman TempleThe Ramboda area is believed to be where Rama’s forces were gathered against Ravana. Rampadai means Rama’s Force. The hills of Ramboda are also believed to be where Hanuman was searching for Sitadevi.  A Chinmaya mission has built an Anjaneyar temple in Sri Lanka with Hanuman as its presiding deity. The temple is called Sri Baktha Hanuman temple and the image of Hanuman here is 16 Feet tall. The service times at the Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple are between 7:00 am to 12:00 noon & again 30.30 to 6.30 pm.Visit Ramboda Falls

    Ramboda Falls is 109 m (358 ft.) high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass. It formed by Panna Oya which is a tributary of Kothmale Oya. Altitude of the falls is 945 m (3,100 ft.) above sea level.

    Visit Tea Factory

    Sri Lanka is an island made for tea. The country produces tea throughout the year and the total tea production is about 340 million kilograms per annum. Sri Lanka’s tea-growing areas are mainly concentrated in the central highlands and southern inland areas of the island.

    At present, a larger portion of the country’s tea is exported as Ceylon Black Tea, while the country also produces Ceylon Green Tea, a type developed from Assamese seedlings. Ceylon White Tea, namely silver and golden tips is celebrated around the world for their finest flavour and is among the most expensive tea varieties in the world.

  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Nuwara Eliya


Day 4: Nuwara Eliya

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Epic Related to Seetha Amman temple
    With reference to the Ramayana proof of Sri Lanka it is believed that the Seetha devi was kept captive at this site by King Ravana. There is a stream by the side of the temple where that runs from the hill, catered to the needs of Seetha Devi during her stay at Ashok Vatika. She is also said to have bathed in this stream. About centuries ago of three idols were discovered in the stream.Hakgala Botanical Garden The second largest botanical garden in Sri Lanka, Hakgala Botanical Gardens is picturesquely situated in the hill country, a mere ten kilometres (six miles) away from the city of Nuwara Eliya. The comfortable cool weather that prevails throughout the year compliments the exotic flora and fauna, creating a true paradise.According to the legends, the history of Hakgala Gardens dates back to the time of Ramayanaya; an epic love story of the east. Queen Sita, captured and brought to Sri Lanka, is said to have been hidden in this vicinity – the Hakgala Gardens at that time was one of the pleasure gardens of King Ravana.Moon Plains

    Moon Plains, also known as Sandathanne, was recently opened to the public in 2014 and has readily become one of the most loved biodiversity spots for travelers. Earlier it used to be a garbage dump area which has now been converted into a park. Moon Plains is situated 6 km away from the main city of Nuwara Eliya.

    During the visit to Nuwara Eliya, one can notice slanting plains, majestic against the backdrop of hills from the Central Highlands. Blanketed in lush green with mountain peaks all-round, one can view this country all at once from Moon Plains. Also known as Mini World’s end or the second World’s End, one can get a 360 degree view of the nine peaks – some of them being Kirigalpoththa, the Great Western Mountain, Kikiliyamana Mountain, Thotupola Mountain, Konical Hill Mountain, Single Tree Mountain – among which the highest peak Pidurutalagala is clearly visible from Moon Plains. As no personal vehicles are allowed, one can rent jeeps to reach to the top. Safari rides, close proximity to nature, diverse flora and fauna in the Moon Plains are some of the few highlights of visiting Moon Plains in Sri Lanka.

  • Evening leisure at Gregory LakeGregory LakeNamed after Sir William Gregory in 1873, this is a prominent attraction used for water sports and recreational activities. Lake Park, Boat Rides are available. Travellers can be reached by sea plane which takes only 30 minutes from Colombo. At the southern end of the town is Gregory Lake where the holiday makers can enjoy a leisurely walk on the paved walk ways, with swan shaped paddle boats for the more adventurous. There are pony rides round the lake for the kids and even adults, with plenty of fast food stalls located in a separate area where one can enjoy a meal or a snack.
  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Nuwara Eliya.


Day 5: Nuwara Eliya – Bentota

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Transfer from Nuwara Eliya to BentotaEn Route visit Spice GardenSpice Garden Sri Lanka is world renowned for its valued spices and healing herbs. Our lush spice and herbal gardens feature many important herbs such as Sandalwood, Margosa, Cocoa, Citronella, Almond, Jasmine and Coconut. When visiting us, make the most of the chance to experience first-hand how cloves, pepper, ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon and saffron are grown in their natural surroundings.

    At Regent Spice and Herbal Garden you can learn of their medicinal healing properties and how to use them in your day to day needs. Used worldwide in many medicines, the healing powers of spices have been respected from the time of the Pharaohs and Chinese Dynasties, while our herbs are used in Ayurveda concoctions.

    Pinnawala Elephant orphanage

    Pinnawala orphanage is situated in Rabukkana, northwest of the town Kegalla, half ways between the present capital Colombo and the ancient royal residence Kandy in the hills of central Sri Lanka. It was established 1975 by the Sri Lanka Wildlife department. This 24-acre large elephant orphanage is an also breeding pace for elephants, the first elephant baby was born in 1984, and it has the greatest herd of elephants in captivity in the world. Between 1975 and 2012, 67 animals were born here.

  • Leisure at the beach
  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Bentota


Day 6: Bentota

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Visit Turtle HatcheryTurtle HatcheryKosgoda Sea Turtle Conservation Project (“KSTCP”)Dudley Perera’s project has been underway since 1988. The main aim of the project is to monitor local sea turtle activity and conserve the local nesting sites. We aim to make the public more aware of how endangered these beautiful creatures are and just how important it is to help protect them before it is too late.

    One of the most important activities of the project is its hatchery. Within the sanctuary of the project, collected and rescued eggs can hatch safely away from predators before being released into the sea at night-time. In addition, a certain number from each hatching are kept back for a short period for ‘head starting’ before release. The hatchery program is designed to maximize the number of hatchlings reaching the sea and surviving through the critical stages of their early life. Only a few hatchlings from each batch will ever make it to adulthood. Therefore, every nest-ground, every egg, every hatchling and every turtle is crucial to the survival of the species. Unfortunately, sea turtles face many dangers.

    Experience Madu river Safari

    Madu River Safari

    Madu ganga flows across Balapitiya (approx. 80kms down south of Colombo) and is one of the rarely visited, unspoiled attractions any nature lover can find in Sri Lanka. She boasts of having a cluster of 64 small islands scattered along her path and the most of which are covered with mangroves and uninhabited. The largest island is known as “Ma Doowa” is the largest inhabited island within the country where about 300 families live. The smallest islet of the lot is called “Satha Paha Doowa” where there is a tiny shrine with a statue built in respect of the gods of Kataragama.

  • Water Sport at Bentota.
  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in Bentota


Day 7: Bentota – Colombo

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Transfer from Bentota to ColomboPanchamuga Anjaneyar TemplePanchamuga Anjaneyar Temple considered as the first Anjaneyar Temple in Sri Lanka.  Also this Panchamuga Anjaneyar Temple in Sri Lanka which dedicated to Lord Hanuman in his Panchamuga form, meaning five faces. This temple is located Colombo Sri Lanka. It is believed that Swamy Chandrashekar built the first hanuman temple in Sri Lanka known as Sri Panchamukha Ancheneyar temple. Srimath Chandrasekara swamigal established First Temple in Sri Lanka and a first chariot in the world for Sri Rama’s beloved devotee Anjaneyar.

    Colombo shopping& city tour

    The largest city and commercial capital of Sri Lanka is Colombo which is located in the western province adjacent to Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte (the capital city of Sri Lanka) Colombo is a vibrant city with a mixture of modern life, colonial buildings and ruins.

    Due to its very large harbour and its position along the East-West Sea trade routes Colombo was very popular among ancient traders 2000 years ago.

    Colombo houses a majority of the Sri Lanka’s corporate offices, restaurants and entertainment venues. Famous land marks in Colombo include the National Museum, World Trade Center , Vihara Maha Devi Park and the Galle Face Green.

  • Gangarama Temple
  • Colombo MuseumThe Colombo Museum as it was called at the beginning was established on 1st January 1877. It founder was Sir William Henry Gregory, the British Governor of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) at the time.The Royal Asiatic Society (CB) was instrumental in bringing to the notice of Gregory on his appointment as Governor in 1872 the need for a public museum with much difficulty the approval of the legislative council was obtained within a year. The Architect of the Public Works Department, J.G. Smither was able to prepare the plans for new structure on Italian architectural style. The construction was completed in 1876 and the Museum commenced it functions in the following year.

    The Authorities of the museum took various steps to display the cultural and natural heritage of the country for this purpose.

  • Dinner and Overnight stay at Hotel in ColomboThey might attend for nightlife (Client Own Transport)


Day 8: Colombo – Airport

  • Breakfast at the Hotel
  • Transfer from Colombo to Airport for departure flight…..
  • End Tour ……………


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