Discover Sri Lanka Tour

11 Days

Discover Sri Lanka Tour

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Discover Sri Lanka Tour

Sri Lanka is the ultimate tourist paradise with an enormous collection of beautiful and attractive locations. Take a journey from Colombo airport to the historical city of Negombo Tour to discover this exceptional island. Explore from Negombo to all-round and find your own inner peace, ride through Yala Bundala National Park Visit famous Royal Gardens in Peradeniya, Hakkgala & Tooth Relic temple Kandy in search of endangered species and experience a unique and exciting part of the world that you had never imagined

Discover Sri Lanka Tour

  • 1.popular destination for beach lovers.
  • 2.Narrow streets lined charming Dutch and Portuguese colonial buildings,
  • 3.Parrot Rock is a great place for adventurous & views of the ocean.
  • 4.chance to spot the elusive Sri Lankan leopard.
  • 5.Gregory Lake is a picturesque man-made lake Scenic Beauty

Discover Sri Lanka Tour

Day 01 Colombo Airport -Negombo

On arrival at the Bandaranaike International Airport, you will be met by our representative and transfer to Negombo before spending the evening at leisure by the beautiful beach relax enjoy fisherman village & fishermen market overnight stay fish man colony hotel Negombo.

Negombo The most popular coastal stopover in Sri Lanka As the fourth largest city in Sri Lanka, Negombo has long been a center of commercial activity and urban lifestyle, in addition to its reputation as a popular stopover destination for travellers arriving from the nearby international airport. Known for its fishing industry, this coastal city is best visited early in the morning when the local fisher folk bring in the day’s catch on the iconic catamarans of Negombo, to sell at the famous Lellama – the local seafood market, abound with fascinating varieties of fish, and some of the best crabs found across Sri Lanka. Negombo’s history also lends the city its fond nickname of ‘Little Rome’, where a number of catholic churches and cathedrals were established by the Portuguese, while the Dutch have also left behind their legacy of a 17th century fort that now serves as the city prison. Overnight’s Negombo Stay at Hotel
Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• Warmly welcome to srilanka meet our representative at Colombo airport
• Colombo airport to tranfer Negombo Beach hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Negombo hotel

Day 02 Negomb0

After breakfast enjoyed the most popular Coastal stopover in Sri Lanka Negombo. History also lends the city its fond nickname of ‘Little Rome’, where a number of catholic churches and cathedrals were established by the Portuguese, Colony of Negombo
Negombo is a city on the west coast of Sri Lanka, north of the capital, Colombo. Near the waterfront, the remains of the 17th-century Dutch Fort now house a prison. Negombo Lagoon, lined with fishermen’s huts, feeds into the Dutch-era Hamilton Canal. The canal leads south to Colombo. Negombo is one of the major commercial hubs in the country and the administrative center of Negombo. As known for its long sandy beaches and centuries old fishing industry. Negombo has a large bilingual population of dominated by Roman Catholics, the majority settled in coastal belt speaks Tamil language as well but most of them are Sinhala by ethnicity.
Gampaha Botanical Garden, also known as Henarathgoda Botanical Garden is situated in the suburb of Gampaha. It was established in 1876 by the British to conduct experiments on exotic economic plants such as Rubber, and explore plant wealth and development of economy in the colony. The first imported rubber tree to Sri Lanka was first planted in this garden and it was the first seedlings of Brazilian rubber tree ever planted in Asia. The garden consists of a large variety of plants and many of them are from every corner of the tropical world it is expanding over 43 acres (0.17 km2) and situated next to the Attanagalu Oya and surrounded by paddy fields, a man-made green environment and a secondary forest as well laid out with many interesting sections, eye-catching landscaping and many shrubs, bushes and trees
Overnight stay at Negombo hotel.

Activities :
• After breakfast Enjoy visiting FishermanVilage.
• Negombo city tour & Gampaha botanical garden
• After relax on beach you will Enjoy nice experience Beach
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Overnight Stay hotel

Day 03 : Galle
After Breakfast at hotel, Leave from Hotel 6.30 am to Galle En-route, Visit Bentota Maduganga Boat Ride, Ambalangoda along the south coast road is the home of devil dancing and mask making. Visit mask museum & factory. Also visits Moonstone mine. Moonstones are beautiful stones which are white and give a blue shimmer when watched from an angle mine at Meetiyagoda Galle Dutch Fort: Portuguese built the first fort to withstand attack from the Sri Lankan
Overnight stay Hotel in Unawatuna.
Bentota is a resort town on Sri Lanka’s southwest coast. Its long Bentota Beach stretches north, where it becomes a sandy strip known as Paradise Island, parallel to Bentota Lagoon.
Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 432 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.The heritage value of the fort has been recognized by the UNESCO and the site has been inscribed as a cultural heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site under criteria iv, for its unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries
Madu Ganga is the second biggest wetland in Sri Lanka. The estuary is spread over 900 hectares of which 770 hectares are covered with water and is inhabited with 64 islands of which 15 islands have a larger landmass. Abundantly rich in biodiversity, in the area surrounding the Madu River you’ll find swampy marshlands covered in mangrove forests. It is also home to 300 species of plants and about 250 wildlife species. Mask Factory is a popular tradition in Sri Lanka. Many Sri Lankan mask artisans ply their trade along the Western, South Western and Southern coasts of the island. Of these, the Ambalangoda area on the South Western coast of Sri Lanka is renowned for its talented artisans. Ambalangoda that famed for its history and expertise mask carving and culture. And the best place to get your fill of mask lore is the Ambalangoda Mask Workshop and Museum is Sri Lanka.
Turtle is the most commonly found turtle in Sri Lanka. They are also found in the Indian, Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Their English name refers to the Colour of the fat found under their shells, which unfortunately is used to make turtle soup. Luckily this practice is less common today. Young Green Turtles are mainly carnivores. Adults however are herbivores, feeding only on marine vegetation with the help of their finely serrated jaws. They grow to a maximum length of 1m and can weigh 250kg. Adult females lay between 120-140 eggs at one time. Green Turtles are regularly found on the beach at night close to the KSTCP. They tend to nest only every few years but when they do they lay several times in one season.
Meetiyagoda, also spelt „Mitiyagoda“, is situated in only 4 km distance from the ocean, 10 km north of Hikkaduwa. Meetiyagoda is famous for its moonstone mines. Moonstone has been used in jewelry for millennia, including ancient civilizations. The Romans admired moonstone, as they believed it was derived from solidified rays of the Moon Both the Romans and Greeks associated moonstone with their lunar deities. In more recent history, moonstone became popular during the Art Nouveau period; French goldsmith René Lalique and many others created a large quantity of jewelry using this stone . Overnight’s stay at Unwatuna Hotel
• En Route visit Bentota passing way drive to Ahungalla Turtle Farm &Maduganga Boat Ride
• Visit Ambalangoda Mask museum & factory
• Visits Moonstone mine.
• Galle Dutch Fort: Portuguese Visit Weligama Fishman on Sticks catching Activities
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Arrival to Unwatuna Hotel

Day 04 : Mirissa

Next Day 5.00 am Early morning transfer to Mirissa 5.00am. Transfer to Mirissa to Whale and dolphin watching.
Whale and dolphin watching are exciting and unique activities of Mirissa, and are the first and longest whale watching place on the south coast of Sri Lanka. The period between January and April is also a good time for dolphins.
Mirissa, Destination famed for some of the finest Whale and Dolphin sightings in the world. Take an exciting yet comfortable boat trip out to sea and be fortunate to see Blue Whales; the largest creatures on earth, Bryde’s Whales, Sperm Whales, Killer Whales and Fin Whales. Some time you can also meet pods of friendly Dolphins such as the Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins and striped dolphins as they playfully somersault and dance on the ocean waves. There’s also a good chance of seeing flying fish, turtle, manta rays and even sharks. Whale watching is between November and April each year it’s a once-in-lifetime experience! Udawalawa Over Night’s Stay at Udawalawa hotel.
• Whale and dolphin watching
• Back to Hotel Relax on enjoy beach
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Travel next day to Udawalawa
• Over Night Stay at hotel

Day 05 : Udawalawe National Park
Next Day 6.30 am Early Morning Leave to Udawalawe National Park. Udawalawe national park is a one of the greatest among all the national parks in Sri Lanka. This is an important protected area that is a home to a considerable flora and fauna and also it is an important habitat for water birds and Sri Lankan elephants. Udwalawe National Park was declared on 30th June 1972 at a ceremony presided over by ministry of shipping and tourism. After visit The Elephant Transit Home, since its inception in 1995, has helped care for dozens of injured, sick, or orphaned baby elephants from all over Sri Lanka. Visitors to the home are able to observe an animated group of around 20 or 30 juvenile and teenage pachyderms, who are fed four times a day. The resident animals are looked after until they are deemed fit enough to be released back into the wild, after which they are closely monitored for investigational purposes, as well as their own safety. No one allowed doing monitories without permissionElephant transit Home Sri Lankan elephants are an endangered species and their survival in their natural habitats is threatened due to human activities. Elephants in the wild are constantly being killed, and many elephant calves become orphaned. In order to support these orphaned elephants, the Department of Wildlife Conservation set up the Elephant Transit Home within Udawalawe National Park with help from the Born Free Foundation. The facility was established under the 29th Amendment to the Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance Part II. As of 8 February 2009, 39 orphaned elephant calves were being looked after. The elephant calves are released to the jungle after they become strong enough to survive in their natural habitats. As of 2008, sixty-five elephants had been released to the jungle. The main objective of this facility is rehabilitation of orphaned baby elephants to ultimately release them back into their natural habitat. Up to three elephants per week are killed in Sri Lanka due to conflicts with humans, often leaving behind orphan calves. The elephants are kept at part of the Udawalawe National Park to maintain familiarity with their habitat, but have access to both food and medical care. Overnights Stay at Udawalawa hotel
• En route visit Watch baby elephants being fed milk at the elephant transit home.
• Afternoon visit Udawalawe National park Safari Game drive
• Back to hotel & Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Stay overnights at hotel

Day 06: Udawalawa To Tissamaharama

Early morning Leave to Bundala National Park Thissamaharama En route Bundala National park & Kataragama temple in Kataragama, Sri Lanka, is a temple complex dedicated to Buddhist guardian deity Kataragama deviyo and Hindu War God Murugan. It is one of the few religious sites in Sri Lanka that is venerated by the Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and the Vedda people For most of the past millennia, it was a jungle shrine very difficult to access; today it is accessible by an all-weather road. The shrines and the nearby Kiri Vehera are managed by Buddhists; the shrines dedicated to Teyvāṉai and Shiva are managed by Hindus and the mosque by Muslims
Kataragama Hindu temple in Kataragama
The history of the historical Ruhunu Maha Kataragama Devalaya goes back a long way. Although not archeological, traditional and imaginary theories contribute to this. It is said that he preached to the Buddha while sitting in the shade of a cedar tree in the cedar forest of Kataragama, then known as Kacharagama in the Hela where the Supreme Buddha preached. Meanwhile, the Kirivehera was built on the land where the cedar trees are located. The forerunner of the temple was Mahasena, a philanthropist who was a local ruler at the time. It is said that the ruler of Kataragama was born in the name of God Mahasen after worshiping the Buddha and receiving the fruits of the Sovan path on the same day.
According to Hindu mythology, the son of the parents of Shiva and Parvati, the great powerful god Skanda, who was the source of the Holy Spirit, came to Kacharagama during the historical period and found the present day Sellakataragama in the jungle. Thevani Amma, her Indian goddess, also followed Vallabhayana and stayed here.
Bundala National Park is an internationally important wintering ground for migratory water birds in Sri Lanka. Bundala harbors 197 species of birds, the highlight being the greater flamingo, which migrate in largeflocks.[1] Bundala was designated a wildlife sanctuary in 1969 and redesignated to a national park on 4 January 1993.[3] In 1991 Bundala became the first wetland to be declared as a Ramsar site in Sri Lanka. In 2005 the national park was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, In January 2006 the fourth biosphere reserve in Sri Lanka an area adjacent to Bundala covering an area of 3,339.38 hectares (12.8934 sq mi) was declared as the Wilmanna Sanctuary ,Overnight’s stay at TissmaharamaHotel
• En route visit Bundala National park
• Afternoon visit Kathargama Hindu Temple & the Kirivehera
• Back to hotel & Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Stay overnights at hotel

Day 07 Tissamaharama
Next Day Early Morning Leave From hotel 5.00Am Yala National Park, one of Sri Lanka’s premier eco-tourism destination. The park is renowned for the variety of its Wildlife most notably it’s many elephants & Leopards and after lunch break at inside of Yala national Overnight at Hotel in Thissamaharama.
Yala national Park most popular animal leopard in country and they are the Lords of the Jungle! With a leopard density that's higher than anywhere else on this planet, these menacing predators prowl majestically in Yala, while elephants roam in their numbers with cautious deer scampering by their side
Yala national Park most popular animal leopard in country and they are the Lords of the Jungle! With a leopard density that's higher than anywhere else on this planet, these menacing predators prowl majestically in Yala, while elephants roam in their numbers with cautious deer scampering by their side Yala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka. Its home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. Inland, Yala National Park gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife: colorful painted stork in troops are seen perched at the shores of lagoon where the crocodiles too have chosen to doze off; lovely fantailed peacocks in their resplendent blues and greens parade about amidst the woods where monkeys hang, leap and chatter; in the bush jungle are the Elephants; crossing the tracks and wandering off into the thorny scrub jungle is the star attraction of the park: the leopard.
A total of 32 species of mammals have been recorded. The threatened species include sloth bear (Melursus ursinus), Leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya), elephant (Elephas maximus), water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), Wild boar (Sus scrofa), spotted deer (Axis axis ceylonessis), sambar (Cervus unicolor) and golden jackal (Canis aureus) Sri Lankan leopards (Panthera Pardus Kotiya) are said to be a distinct sub-species from their Indian neighbors. Leopards can be seen throughout the park, though best period for enjoying the sights of leopards is during January to July.Bird Life, Birds around 130 species have been recorded. Raptors include crested serpent eagle and white bellied sea eagle. Among the water birds attracted to the lagoons are Lesser Flamingo, Pelicon, Spoonbill, painted stork, rare black necked Stork, grey heron, purple heron, night heron and Darter.
During the north-east monsoon the lagoons are visited by thousands of migrating waterfowl, including Pintail, Garganey, Eurasian Curlew, Whimbrel and turn stone, which mix with the residents such as whistling duck, Yellow Wattled Lapwing, Red Wattled Lapwig and Great Stone Plover. The forest is home to Orange Breasted Green Pigeon, Hornbills, and Flycatchers, including Asian Paradise Flycatcher, Barbets and Orioles.
Reptiles, Notable reptiles are Mugger Crocodile, which is abundant in the abandoned tanks, Estuarine Crocodile, found in the main rivers, and Common monitor. Other reptiles include Cobra and Russel’s Viper. A variety of Sea Turtle, Olive Ridley and Leatherback, of which Yala coast line is a major nesting ground. Overnights Stay at Hotel Thissamaharama
• En Route visit Yala National Park Full Day Safari
• Arrival to Magampura Eco hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Back to hotel
• Next day Early morning Leave to Bundala National Park
• Afternoon visit to Hindu temple
• Overnight Stay Same hotel

Day 08 Ella
En-route visits the Ella. Early Morning leave from hotel 6.30 am transfer to Kandy Ella is a small town in the Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka governed by an Urban Council. It is approximately 200 kilometers (120 mi) east of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 1,041 metres (3,415 ft) above sea level. The area has a rich bio-diversity, dense with numerous varieties of flora and fauna. Ella is surrounded by hills covered with cloud forests and tea plantations. The town has a cooler climate than surrounding lowlands, due to its elevation. The Ella Gap allows views across the southern plains of Sri Lanka.Gap and Ravana Waterfall little Adams Park & Flying Ravana Adventure Park is one of a kind experience in Sri Lanka. overnight’s stay at Ella

Activities :
• Visit Ella Demodara Nine Arch Bridge
• Raven Waterfall & little Adams park
• Flying Raven Adventure Experience
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Stay at overnights Hotel

Day 09 Nuwaraeliya.
Early Morning 6.30 am leaving to Nuwaraeliya En route visit Nuwaraeliya and. through foggy mountain tops, watching beautiful Tea estates. Via to Nuwaraeliya. NuwaraEliya also known as “The city with mist” or “Little England”. Upon entering the city, you will see the mesmerizing architecture of Tudorian and Georgian eras. The city is full of beautiful gardens full of Roses. The journey itself is beautiful ride with scenic mountains and water falls, the climate gets cooler to the climb of the mountains. You will witness the lush tea plantations where you can witness the origins of Ceylon tea. Overnight stay in NuwaraEliya

Activities :
• Visit Hakkgala botanical Garden & Seeth Amman Temple
• Lake Gregory
• City tour Vitoriya National Park
• Next Day Kandy Visit Temple of the Tooth Relic (the sacred tooth of the Buddha)
• Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake ) & KandyanDance
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Stay at overnights Hotel

Day 10 Kandy

After the Breakfast 6.30 am leaving to Kandy this sacred Buddhist Site & World heritage Site Kandy Visit Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden. The groundwork for a botanical garden was formed by Alexandra Moon in 1821 during British colonial period. He used the garden for coffee and cinnamon plants. The garden includes more than 4000 species of plants, including orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees. Visit Temple of the Tooth Relic in Kandy where Lord Buddha’s sacred tooth relic temple Kandy this sacred Buddhist site, popularly known as the city of Senkadagalapura, was the last capital of the Sinhala kings whose patronage enabled the Sinhala culture to flourish for more than 2,500 years until the occupation of Sri Lanka by the British in 1815. It is also the site of the Temple of the Tooth Relic (the sacred tooth of the Buddha), which is a famous pilgrimage site. Approximately 4 hours’ drive relax on hotel overnight’s stay at Kandy Hotel

Activities :
• Visit to Botanical Garden more than 500 spices plant
• Tea factory & tea Estates, Ramboda waterfalls, Kandy Visit Temple of the Tooth Relic (the sacred tooth of the Buddha)
• Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake) & KandyanDance
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide
• Back to hotel

Day 11 Colombo
After Breakfast at leave to airports Departure Airport The morning drive to the commercial capital of Colombo (approximately 4 hours). This other plan according to your flight schedule
Activities :
• According to your flight Schedule We will be in before 3hours in airport
• After breakfast Leave to Colombo Air port
• After visit Pinnawala elephant Orphanage & Spices garden (according to your flight schedule)
• END of TOUR.

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Include This Tour

  • • Accommodation for 10 Nights
  • • Air-conditioned vehicle with fuel
  • • English speaking chauffeur guide
  • • Food Breakfast Basic Only
  • • All parking and highway charge where applicable All taxes
  • • Bottled water
  • • Airport pickup and drop-off

Not include This Tour

  • •Tickets for various activities, such as: Massage & Spa, tickets to gardens, orphanage, boat rides, Safaris, laundry, trips mini bar, shopping lists etc.,
  • •Any phone calls made locally or internationally. If you prefer calling us it will be free of charge and for others hotel will charge.
  • •Price list for entrance tickets per 1 person (does not include in the tour cost)

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Stelaranholidays (Pvt) Ltd is a fully licensed Travel Agency. We are a team of travel trade professionals which count for over 10 years of collective experience in Sri Lanka. As the company name suggests, we aspire to be the most sought after travel agent in sustainable tourism platform Sri lanka known as the peal of the Indian Ocean which is full of amazing places and things and the greatest place to spend your Holiday. Srilanka is the best Holiday destination in Asia. If you visit Srilanka Once, definitely you will think about a second visit. As a travel agent in Sri Lanka we can arrange the best tour solution. Best choice Stelaranholidays


a. Savings you are looking best tour your holiday. your -choice
b. 10 years’ Experience in tourism industry.
c. We will give you the priority to arrange your tour as you wish to get it arranged by us.
d. Experience tour consultant’s Service
e. Customized and flexible tour plans and itineraries
f. Specialize for group and Individual travel arrangements.
g. We are Government approved tour Operator in Srilanka

3. Do you have any optional activities?

a.Yes, we have according to tour itinerary.

4. What is your average group size?

a. Couple, Small group 6 pax or 10 big group 20

5. Do you offer a past traveler discount?

Yes, we are giving special discount (regular customer)

6. What is the level of fitness required?

Best health Conditions it is recommended to have a general level of fitness as you will be required to do some walking on the tours.

7. What is the minimum age allowed?

a. Different on tour we are expects 01 to 85 age better

8.Our resgistirion number & vat number?

a. PV: 119492, Vat Tax: 102274385

9.Solo traveller, is there a single supplement?

If you are travelling alone there is a mandatory single supplement as it is not possible to share a room on the tour with another solo traveller

10.How is the Tour Guides and Naturalist Services?

a. We have exclusive relationships with the best Tour Guides and Naturalists in the industry including the ‘Best National Guide Lecturer’ and ‘Best Chauffeur Guide’ of the Presidential Travel & Tourism Awards. Multi Languages [Hindi, Arabic, English, French]

11.How is the hotel Booking Services?

We provide a complete spectrum of accommodation options to suit all budgets including home stays, back-packer accommodation, 3 – 5 star, boutique/luxury as well as campsites with tented accommodation – service providers

12.What clothes do I need to take?

a. Light cotton or linen clothing. It can be chilly in NuwaraEliya (the hill country) at night, so a sweater is recommended. Shoulders and knees must be covered to enter temples. Socks may also be a good idea for walking round places such as Polonnaruwa – the ground can be extremely hot for bare feet. Cotton t-shirts and shorts. Trousers to visit temples. Sandals. Trainers for walks. Socks. A fleece. Umbrella. Waterproof jacket.

13.Do I require a Visa?

a. You will need to obtain an ETA (Electronic Travel Authorization) prior to your visit to Sri Lanka. You can apply directly for an online ETA by visiting the following website:
Do not apply too early as it is only valid for 90 days from the date you apply. The cost of the ETA is $20pp (about £13) if you are a UK citizen. Payment is made by either credit card or e-commerce enabled debit cards. Only Visa, Master and American Express Cards are accepted. When applying, you will need your passport details, flight details and the name and address of your first hotel on your tour Children under the age of 12 are free. Please do take the ETA with you when you travel. As at January 2012, if you find that you can’t apply for one before you travel, you can obtain a Visa on entering Sri Lanka, for $25pp (about £16)
your passport must be valid 6 months beyond your intended date of departure from Sri Lanka. A 60-day extension can be requested (variable fee) at the Dept. of Immigration and Emigration in Colombo. It is your responsibility to have the correct personal documents and obtain your Visa, if necessary. As with all foreign travel, it is wise to take a copy of the details page of your passport which will help the British Consulate in providing a temporary one in case of loss.

14.What vaccinations do I require?

a. Please consult your doctor for up to date information before you travel

15. What opportunities are there for photography?

a. There are so many opportunities for photography whether it is of scenes of everyday life by the roadside, spectacular vistas or of the amazing wildlife. Do please take a memory card of sufficient size as you will find you will take so many photographs. It would also be a good idea to bring some small binoculars to view the wildlife in the National Parks as with all wild animals, you will only be able to view them from a distance.

16 . Do I need Insurance?

It is your responsibility to ensure that you have adequate travel insurance for the activities that you are doing on your Tour such as white rafting, elephant rides, game drive etc. All travelers booking with us need to notify us of their insurance arrangements prior to travelling

18.Where can I change money?

a. Yes, you can only purchase Sri Lankan Rupees in Sri Lanka as it isn’t an International Currency. On arrival at Colombo Airport, it is best to change some money at the Banks just before the Arrival Hall where there are 24hr facilities. Banks in towns are generally open 9am to 1pm or 3pm Mon-Fri. All banks are shut at weekends and public holidays. Changing Traveler’s Cheques can be a time-consuming process in a Bank, however, most Hotels will change these but the rate may not be such a good one. ATMs accepting Visa and MasterCard are widely available in cities and towns. If you wish to use Visa or MasterCard’s in ATMs, (as with all overseas travel) it is best to notify your Bank in the UK that you will be travelling to Sri Lanka, prior to your departure. When changing currency in Sri Lanka it is advisable that you keep a copy of the money exchange certificate with you. Always demand this certificate when you change money as you may be asked for this when you leave. You are not allowed to take Sri Lankan Rupees out of the country

19.What is the time difference?

a. It is GMT + 4.5 hrs. In summer and + 5.5hrs in winter

20.Do you offer any additional optional excursions?

There are many fantastic included activities on the tours however if there any additional optional excursions available to you, they will be stated on your itinerary with your finalized travel documents

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