Srilanka For Families 18Day

18 Days

Srilanka For Families 18Day

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Srilanka For Families 18Day

Embarking on a family holiday in Sri Lanka is indeed an extraordinary experience filled with countless wonders and exciting activities for all ages. With its diverse landscapes, stunning beaches, and rich wildlife Sri Lanka offers an array of opportunities to create lasting memories for the whole family.
You’ll have the chance to explore some of the world’s most amazing beaches that adorn Sri Lanka’s coastline Feeling the soft sand beneath your feet and enjoying the soothing sound of the waves. . You can engage in water sports such as surfing, snorkeling, or diving, allowing you to explore the vibrant underwater world teeming with colorful marine life. Witness the hatching of baby turtles and even participate in the release of these adorable creatures into the sea. Apart from the beaches and marine life Sri Lanka offers an abundance of wildlife.
Embark on thrilling wildlife safaris in the country’s national parks such as Yala National Park or Udawalawe National Park. Here, you’ll have the chance to spot majestic elephants, elusive leopards, colorful birds, and a variety of other fascinating animals in their natural habitat. For those who enjoy exploring nature the tour package also includes country trails, allowing you to immerse yourself in the lush greenery and scenic landscapes of Sri Lanka’s countryside. Get ready to create lasting memories and cherish the moments spent together as a family in this extraordinary destination.

Srilanka For Families 18Day

  • 1.popular destination for beach lovers.
  • 2.St. Mary's Church: St. Mary's Church is one of the most prominent
  • 3.Royal gardens at the base of Sigiriya are a marvel of ancient landscaping.
  • 4.Sacred Sri Maha Bodhi tree, original Bodhi tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment. oldest documented tree in the world.
  • 5.Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) This is one of the most sacred Buddhist temples in the world.

Srilanka For Families 18Day

Day 1 Beach side rest Negombo
Our staff will be there to warmly welcome you at the Airport, Take an overnight flight to Colombo. After your flight, you make the short 20 minute transfer to your first night’s accommodation in Negombo. Here you can relax after your long flight and acclimatize near the pool or in the gardens of your hotel. Overnight Stay in Negombo.

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• Warmly welcome to srilanka meet our representative at airport
• Colombo airport to transfer 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 Negombo
After breakfast enjoyed Goldie sand beach & Fishman village you will get first experience beach, fish man village experience Negomb 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. The Sinhala name Migamuva means "Village of the honeycomb", gaining its name from a legend mentioned in Rajaveliya. Overnights stay Same Hotel Negombo

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel visit to negomabo activites
• City Tour & FishmanVllage Night view
• Relax on the beach get fresh sea water bath
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Negombo hotel

Day 03 National Parks, Habarana & Ritigla
Transfer to Habarana Leave from hotel 6.00 am in the morning ,Today we head inland to Habarana. The journey will take approximately 4 hours as we travel into the dry zone in the heart of Sri Lanka's cultural triangle. The rest of the day is left free for you to relax or explore. You may take an optional cycle around a local lake, or relax by the pool. Habarana One of the best national parks in Sri Lanka to see wild elephants. We could see around 50 60 elephants during our safari and some close encounters too. Wildlife such as elephants, Sambar deer, Sri Lankan axis deer, chevrotain, wild boar, Asian spoonbill, grey-headed fish eagle, painted stork and open bill stork are common visuals at the park. Aside from these, one could rarely capture the glimpse of leopard and sloth bear in the forest. Going on a bumpy ride through an evergreen forest. Habarana National park is one of the only places in the world to witness the largest Asian elephant Gathering known to exist on the planet (June - September). Watch as these huge animals drink, play, and snack on the green, lush grasses that have been exposed by the receding water Ritigala is home to 70 rock caves that were believed to had been inhabited since the first century BC. Mahavamsa, the great historical chronicle of Sri Lanka narrates that Ritigala was known by the name of “arittha-pabbata” during the reign of Pandukabhaya (377-307 BC), the third king of Sri Lanka. Since then Ritigala had been, at intervals, a sanctuary for the kings at war against the Dravidian invaders to the island till the 7th century: King Dutugemunu (161-137 BC) and King Jetthatissa in the seventh century.
From the early days of Buddhism, monks had been living in natural caves or rock shelters. Rock inscriptions discovered at Ritigala indicate that gradually, the sanctuary became a monastic retreat for hermit (Pamsukulika) monks. An inscription found at the site records that the Ritigala monastery was founded by King Lanji Tissa (119 – 109 BC) who also dedicated a reservoir to the monastery complex built with the tradition of Padhanaghara Parivena was endowed by King Sena the first (846-866 AD) for the benefit of Pansukulika monks who practiced extreme austerity. By the 10th-12th century AD, however, Ritigala seems to have been abandoned by the hermit monks, taken over by the jungle, and forgotten by the populace. It is the ruins of this monastery that King Sena I (846-866 AD) built for the Pansakulika monks that the modern pilgrims see today. The Archaeological Department has sensitively restored many of the ruins. Ritigala Mountain at a height of 766 m above the sea-level is the highest mountain in the north-central dry plains of Sri Lanka. The mountain mass about three miles long and about two miles wide at its widest point is covered with dense jungle inhabited by wild elephants, leopards, and bears. It is the watershed of the Malwatu Oya which feeds the Nachaduwa tank and Kalueba Ela which feeds Huruluwewa. The Ritigala Mountain has been declared a Strict Natural Reserve in order to maintain its pristine environment. Ritigala mountain’s cloud cover and mist that cloth it most of the year-round has resulted in a flora much more commonly found at the central hills of the wet zone than those in the dry plains: the upper part of the mountain is well known for its flora, some of which are rare; it has also a range of wild orchids. Overnight stay in Habarana Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel visit to Ritiala Entering the site of ruins of the monastery,
• Visting place of Ritigala , Bathing pond, Reception Hall, Ayurveda Hospital, Meditation Path, Library, Meditation-Platforms, decorated urinal stones, Site in Ritigala Forest Monastery
• Afternoon Visit habarana natiionl park Harf day Game Drive
• Back to hotel & Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Habarana hotel

Day 4 Sigiriya
Sigiriya or Sinhagiri is an ancient rock fortress located in the northern Matale District near the town of Dambulla in the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters heights rock mountains .Driving the short distance this morning, you’ll have the opportunity to climb to the summit of Sigiriya’s famous Lion Rock using a series of steps and walkways which zigzag their way up the seemingly impenetrable rock cliffs. The site was occupied long before the citadel was built at the end of the 5th century, and it later became a monastery before falling into disrepair. From the base, a moat surrounds impressive water gardens of landscaped beauty.
To reach the summit, you’ll ascend 200m, passing an overhanging rock under which superb portraits of native maidens holding flowers and temple offerings still adorn the rock wall. Crowning the flat- topped summit of the rock are the extensive remains of King Kasyapa’s summer palace from where there are breathtaking views. This afternoon, you mount an elephant for an exciting elephant-back ride. Sitting in a Howdah – an open basket fitted with safety rails and padded cushions - you roll gently from side to side as your elephants ramble for about an hour lazily through the bush. In the late afternoon you will return to your accommodation. Sigiriya is a long story. The rock came into being as a result of a rivalry between two brothers. The great rock fortress, Sigiriya was built by King Kashyapa. King Kashyapa made this great place to protect himself from his brother King Mogallana. The Sigiriya rock is entwined with a tragic event. The heir to the throne had been King Mogallana, but King Kashyapa had taken power by force. King Kashyapa was afraid that his brother would come back again to take back his right to the throne. Therefore, to protect himself, he built this rock fortress. He did not want any invasion to happen by his brother

. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 metres highThe technology that has been used in creating the fort is excellent. However, Moggallana was able to defeat Kashyapa, and after that, the rock fortress was destroyed. Earlier it used to be a Buddhist monastery, and after the palace was destroyed, it became a Buddhist monastery once again. Sigiriya was discovered later in 1831 by Europeans. A major of the British army, Jonathan Forbes discovered Sigiriya on his way from Polonnaruwa. Many historians and archaeologists started excavating this rock fortress, and it is through the excavations that all the glory of the rock was discovered Pidurangala Rock is adjacent to Sigiriya Rock and is the best viewing spot of Sigiriya Rock as it is only slightly lower. Pidurangala is a towering rock near Sigiriya which is home to an ancient cave temple. It is a challenging climb but the views from the top are glorious Pidurangala is an enormous rock located a few kilometers north of Sigiriya. The two rocks have an interlinked history: whilst King Kasyapa was building Sigiriya Rock Fortress in the 5th century, he moved monks living around Sigiriya to a new monastery on Pidurangala Rock. An ancient cave temple still houses objects from various vintages that reflect Buddhist, Hindu and western beliefs, and the Stupa to the left of the temple entrance is believed to mark the spot where King Kasyapa was cremated. Pidurangala is a more challenging climb than Sigiriya, glorious vistas of the surrounding landscape and an incredible view of the majestic Sigiriya Rock. Overnight stay in Habarana Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel visit to Sigirya Loin Rock
• Climb to Sigiriya Rock
• After Visit Piedurangala Monesty rock
• Lunch & Visit to wood Carving Factory
• Village Tour Get most valuable Experience Srilankan Village life style
• Bull cart Driving River safari ,paddy filed activities
• Back to the hotel Relax
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Habarana hotel

Day 5 Polonnararuwa
After the breakfast leave to Polonnaruwa was the capital from the 10th-12th centuries, following the decline of Anuradhapura. Here you can explore many monuments which pay great testimony to the city’s important role in Sri Lanka’s history, such as the Royal Palace complex and the Gal Vihare complex, with four impressive Buddha images cut from a single slab of granite. In the late afternoon you will transfer back to your accommodation in Polonnaruwa. Polonnaruwa was the thriving commercial and religious center of Sri Lanka some 800 years ago. It consists of a lot of temples and religious buildings. For three centuries it was the royal capital, of both the Chola and Sinhalese kingdoms. In Polonnaruwa, it all started in the late 10th century when the South Indian Chola dynasty had conquered Sri Lanka.The Cholas chose Polonnaruwa as their new capital and moved the capital from Anuradhapura. Their reasons were apparently that is was a strategically better place to be protected from attacks from the Ruhunu Sinhalese kingdom in the south-east, and that it had fewer mosquitos!!! LOL, it didn`t feel like there was a lack of mosquitos here, especially in the evenings when they came out in swarms……
In 1070 though, the Chola dynasty was overtaken by the Sinhalese kingdom (King Vijayabahu I), which kept Polonnaruwa as his capital. And it was during this Sinhalese period that Polonnaruwa reached its high glory.The second king (King Parakramabahu I, 1153-86) built many large buildings, beautiful parks, and a huge lake/ tank of water (25 square km). The third king (King Nisanka Malla, 1187 – 96) tried to match his predecessors ‘achievements, and ended up bankrupting the kingdom in his attempts!
In the early 13th century the cities glory was fading, it was abandoned, and the capital moved to the western side of the island where Colombo is today. That was the sad end of the era of beautiful Polonnaruwa as a capital.
Overnight stay in Polonnaruwa hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel Polonanarwua
• Royal Palace complex and the GalVihare complex, Shiva devalaya
• Vatadage ,headage , ParkamaSamduar ,ancient city
• Relax on hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Polonnaruwa hotel

Day 6 Anuradhapura Dambulla,
Early morning you explore dwelling Anuradhapura heritage city & Golden Dambulla temple to learn its fascinating history. The Sinhalese King, ValagamBahu, took refuge here when he was ousted from his capital. He transformed the five caves of this granite outcrop into a rock temple, decorated by statues of Buddha and frescoes, some of which are over 2000 years old but still as brightly painted. The steep 150m ascent to the top of the rock rewards you with more magnificent views down to the jungle and forest below.
We then travel southward along the main trunk road to Sri Lanka’s second city, Kandy, a journey of around two hours. You'll pass through a fertile spice-growing area and plantations where coffee, cocoa and rubber are cultivated. Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi is a sacred fig tree in the Mahamewna Gardens, Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka. It is said to be the southern branch from the historical Sri Maha Bodhi at Buddha Gaya in India under which Lord Buddha attained Enlightenment. The Sacred Bo tree; Jaya Sri Maha Bodhiya of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka is the oldest living tree in documented history of the world. It is a sapling from the historical Bodhi tree under which Buddha enlightened. It was planted in 288 BCF and is the oldest living human-planted tree in the world with a known planting date. It was brought from Buddhagaya India by the Ven. Sanghamitta Therini, a sister of Arhant Mahinda – who introduced the Teachings of the Buddha to Sri Lanka. The area around the Sri Maha Bodhi, the Brazen • Palace and Ruwanweliseya Dagoba were once probably part of the Great Temple. The Sacred Bodhi tree is the oldest historically authenticated tree in the world, It has been tended by an continuous succession of guardians for over 2000 years, even during the periods of Indian occupation Dambulla cave temple also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla is a World Heritage Site A sacred pilgrimage site for 22 centuries, this cave monastery, with its five sanctuaries, is the largest, best-preserved cave-temple complex in Sri Lanka. The Buddhist mural paintings (covering an area of 2,100 m2 ) are of particular importance,. Temple has five caves and 157 statues of the Lord Buddha, many paintings on the ceilings and walls that emphasis the artistic talent of ancient days. The history of the caves, rock and temple dates from the 1st century BC. The fascination of these caves is not only the statues but also the many intricate and delicate paintings that cover the ceiling and walls, created with indigenous traditional paints.Because of the history, archaeological and artistic implications, the premises were declared as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1991 situated in the central part of the country The temple has been in use for over 22 centuries and still holds a sense of benevolence and spirituality.Visitors may climb up steps to the temple and the view from the top of the rock is as inspiring as the temple’s golden interior.
Next day morning leave to kandy we will visit the DaladaMaligawa, the famous Temple of the Tooth. This is the major shrine where pilgrims have revered Buddha’s tooth since the 16th century; its gilded roof seems to act as a beacon to visitors throughout the day and into the evening.
Overnight stay in Dambulla Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• Transfer to Anuradhapura Heritage City,
• First visit Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi is a sacred fig tree in the Mahamewna Gardens
• Eight Great Places of Veneration in Anuradhapura –
• Atamasthana* Ruwanwelisaya * Thuparamaya * Lovamahapaya * Abhayagiri Dagaba * Jetavanarama * Mirisaveti Stupa * Lankarama
• Isurumuniya
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel
• Over night stay at Dambulla Hotel

Day 7 Kandy
The royal city of Kandy is pleasantly set on the edge of a lake surrounded by hills. It was once the capital of a kingdom, and managed to resist European dominance for hundreds of years - long after the coastal areas surrendered. This morning we will visit the magnificent Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, with their immense fig tree and exquisite orchid collection. Kandy is a large city in central Sri Lanka. It's set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, which are home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city's heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine, celebrated with the grand Esala Perahera annual procession. one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world. It was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. Historically the local Buddhist rulers resisted Portuguese, Dutch, and British colonial expansion and occupation.

Tooth of temple Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, which houses the relic of the tooth of the Buddha. Since ancient times, the relic has played an important role in local politics because it is believed that whoever holds the relic holds the governance of the country. Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings and is a World Heritage Site mainly due to the temple
Peradeniya botanical garden was formally established in 1843 with plants brought from Kew Garden in London, it encompasses a total area of 147 acres. Though the groundwork for the current gardens were laid in 1821 by Alexander Moon, the origins of the Botanic Gardens date as far back as 1371 when King Wickramabahu III ascended the throne and kept court at Peradeniya near the Mahaweli river. it was made more independent and expanded under George Gardner as superintendent in 1844, after which it was controlled under a few superintendents till it was taken under the control of the Department of Agriculture in 1912. The Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya was used as the South East Asian Headquarters of the Allied Forces during the Second World War as well. The Royal Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya was listed in the “10 great botanical gardens around the world” published by The Guardian in 2018
Overnight stay in Kandy hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel 7.00 am visit to Golden temple & Cave temple
• Tranfer to Kandy En route visit to peradeniya royal botanical Garden
• Tooth relic temple ,View point ,Bogambara lake & City tour
• Relax on hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Kandy hotel

Day 8 Kitulgala
Leaving Kandy we take a train journey (approx. 2 hours) through the green tea fields which cover the hills to Hatton on your way to Kitulgala. We continue to travel by road through this beautiful landscape, to Kitulgala and arrive around lunchtime. Located amidst thick forest on Sri Lanka’s second-longest river, the Kelani, Kithulgala is rapidly becoming an adventure center and is a great place for a variety of activities. The river, setting for the epic film ‘The Bridge on the River Kwai’ is an ideal location for swimming and other water-based activities. The surrounding forests with their wide variety of flora and fauna offer you a variety of spectacular walks, with some stunning views over the valley.
This afternoon we will first cross the Kelani River on a suspension bridge used by the local villagers. Then will proceed to walk through the small village and the forest reserve on the opposite bank and finally re-emerge on the bank of the Kelani River to take a canoe to get across to the night's accommodation.
Overnight stay in Kitulgala plantionhotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• Arrival at Kitulgala Adventures Camp by 11AM and welcome drink will be served
• Lunch at the camp
• Go for natural rock pool sliding and confidence jumps
• White water rafting
• Back to kitulgala hotel arrival
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at kitulgala hotel

Day 9 Nuwara Eliya
Today we drive about 80km (approx 3hrs) along winding roads lined by green slopes of tea plantations. There is plenty of interests along the way, including a stop at some waterfalls. You'll reach Nuwara Eliya, heart of the tea growing industry and full of colonial charm. Built entirely during the 19th century, its quirky architecture reflects what you'd normally expect to find in an English country town, which will make you feel like you've stepped back in time. On the way we will visit Devon and St Clare's waterfalls. This afternoon we make a visit to a tea factory to see the process of making one of our favorite drinks in action. You’ll see every step of the tea making process, from bush to cup. Nuwaraeliya founded by Samuel Baker, the explorer of Lake Albert and the upper Nile in 1846. Nuwara Eliya's climate lent itself to becoming the prime sanctuary of the British civil servants and planters in Ceylon. NuwaraEliya, called Little England, was a hill country retreat where the British colonialists could immerse in their pastimes such as fox hunting, deer hunting, elephant hunting, polo, golf and Cricket & Best Ceylon tea from NuwaraEliya of Central Hills Country Sri Lanka. The naturally landscaped town's attractions include the golf course, trout streams, Victoria Park, and boating or fishing on Lake Gregory. An attractive and well-used oasis Hakgala Botanical Gardens displays roses and tree ferns, and shelters monkeys and blue magpies. Nearby Seetha Amman Temple, a colorful Hindu shrine is decorated with religious figures. Densely forested Galway's Land National Park is a sanctuary for endemic and migratory bird species, including bulbuls and flycatchers as well as visited tourist attraction place at World's End Best Tourism from NuwaraEliya. Around the nuwaraeliya having nice waterfalls Lovers Leap’ Baker's Falls St. Claire falls Devon falls Rambodafalls etc. Hakgala Botanical Garden is one of the five botanical gardens in Sri Lanka. The other four are Peradeniya Botanical Garden, Henarathgoda Botanical Garden, Mirijjawila Botanical Garden and Seetawaka Botanical Garden. It is the second largest garden in Sri Lanka
Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• After morning breakfast leave From Hotel 7.am to Nuwaraliya
• En Route Visit the Devon and St Clare's waterfalls
• Tea plantation & Seetha Amman Hindu Temple
• Hakgala botanical garden &Lake Gregory.
• City tour Old post office Vegetable market
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Nuwaraliya hotel

Day 10 Bandarawela
Early morning leave Horton plain we set off through the hills once again. Along the way you’ll see tea pluckers deftly plucking the tips of the tea bushes and throwing them into the baskets carried on their backs. Taking the winding roads of hill country, you'll pass through the lush greenery of this region. Today's journey will end at Bandarawela, another hill town once popular with British plantation managers. You can relax in the evening with an overnight’s stay here. Horton Plains The great plains of the Central Highlands of Sri Lanka was discovered by the planter Thomas Farr in the early 19th century. In 1834 it was named Horton Plains in honor of then Governor of Ceylon (1831-1837) Sir Robert Wilmot Horton. In the year 1969, Horton Plains was declared a nature reserve. In 1988, the reserve was elevated to the status of a National Park. The gently rolling plateau of Horton Plains at the southern end of the central montane massif of Sri Lanka is interspersed with network of streams and channels. The Montane forest is also the source of three major rivers of Sri Lanka: River Mahaweli-the longest river of Sri Lanka, River Walave and River Kelani. Still more, Horton Plains is bounded by the country’s second and third highest mountain peaks of Sri Lanka: Mount Kirigalpotta Kanda (2389 m) and Mount Thotupola Kanda (2357 m).
The escarpment with a depth of 900 meters called World’s End and Baker’s fall is one of the highlights of the Horton Plains. Horton Plains in Sri Lanka is the coldest and windiest location in the country. It consists of ecosystems such as montane evergreen forests, grasslands, marshy lands and aquatic ecosystem. At an altitude of 2,100 meters above sea level, Horton Plains spreads across over 3,169 hectares of the highest tableland of the island. In view of the large number of endemic flora and fauna species, Horton Plains was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 30th July 2010. Horton Plains, its surroundings, forests and the adjoining Peak Wilderness constitute Sri Lanka’s most important catchment area of almost all major rivers. The plains are also of outstanding scenic beauty and conservation importance, containing most of the habitats and endemic plants and animals representative of the country’s wet and montane zones. The western slopes support the most extensive area of montane cloud forest surviving in the island. Horton Plains is not merely a destination for nature tourists. Since the rich biodiversity of Horton Plains is still grossly underexplored, it affords invaluable opportunities to those engaged on educational and research activities. Protecting Horton Plains is a call of duty for all Sri Lankans.
Special Consideration: Whenever you visit Horton plains always keep the beautiful and protect the nature
Overnight stay in Bandarawela hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• Early mornig leave to Horton plains Trekking
• En -Route enjoy your breakfast
• Bakers water falls , Thotupola Kanda
• BabaraKanda water falls
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at Bandarawella hotel

Day 11 Ella
Ella is a small town in the Badulla District of Uva Province, Sri Lanka governed by an Urban Council. It is approximately 200 kilometres (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.
Nine Arch Bridge also called the Bridge in the Sky is a viaduct bridge in Sri Lanka. It is one of the best examples of colonial-era railway construction in the country. The construction of the bridge is generally attributed to a local Ceylonese builder, P. K. Appuhami, in consultation with British engineers. The chief designer and project manager of the 'upcountry railway line of Ceylon' project was D. J. Wimalasurendra, a distinguished Ceylonese engineer and inventor. The designer of the viaduct was Harold Cuthbert Marwood of Railway Construction Department of Ceylon Government Railway. The 1923 report titled "Construction of a Concrete Railway Viaduct in Ceylon" published by the Engineering Association of Ceylon has details of all the records including the plans and drawings. Popular rumours suggest that when construction work commenced on the bridge, the Great War began between the empires of Europe and the steel assigned for this site was reallocated to Britain's War related projects at the battlefront. As a result, the work came to a standstill, leading the locals to build the bridge with stone bricks and cement, but without steel
It is located in Demodara, between Ella and Demodara railway stations. The surrounding area has seen a steady increase of tourism due to the bridge's architectural ingenuity and the profuse greenery in the nearby hillsides
Flying Ravana Zip line Ella you will get the best adventure experience from Zipline Ella Sri Lanka has always been at the forefront of offering visitors to Sri Lanka something different. This charming village visited by travellers on their way to somewhere else has over the past 20 years, gradually became a destination in itself .It is Sri Lanka’s first two-laned zip-line in Ella. It stretches half a kilometre and claims to be the second-longest in South East Asia.
Little Adams Peak, Mini Adams Peak is the closest and the easiest hike in Ella. Popular among tourists for the dashing, panoramic views you would ever witness in Sri Lanka Mini Adams Peak is the closest and the easiest hike in Ella. Popular among tourists for the dashing, panoramic views you would ever witness in Sri Lanka The peak is not to be confused with Adam’s peak, which is a little way away and a considerably tougher and longer hike. It gets its name from Adam’s peak because this mountain replicates its shape, in a smaller form Adams peak.
Overnight stay in Ella hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After bearkfast leave from hotel 7.00 am to Ella
• Enoy the nineArch Bridge first bridge in the world with stone bricks and cement, but without steel Build up
• Enjoy hikeng experince at little adam peak
• Enjoy your lunch from ella recommend resturant
• After noon enjoy Flying Ravana Zip line adventure Experience
• Ella city tour & Relax in the hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Overnights Stay at Ella Hotel

Day 12 Tissmaharam
Early morning leave from hotel travel to Tissamahrama, en route visit Bundala ramzan wet water land national park approaching National Park.fullday game drive. The park has an amazing array of animal and bird life; herds of wild elephant are more numerous here than anywhere else in Sri Lanka. Evening time visit the Katharagama Hindu temple Bundala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland, and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka.Next day visit yala National Park It’s home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants, and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. Inland, Kataragama is a tourist destination because of the famous Buddhist temple, Kiri Vehera, and the Kataragama Dewalaya. People from South India also go there to worship. The town has the Kataragama temple, a shrine dedicated to Skanda Kumara also known as the Kataragama god. Kataragama, the domain of the Hindu god Skanda, held sacred by Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, and even Christians of Sri Lanka, attracts pilgrims and the general public as well as foreign tourists & last, but not least, the wilderness-bound "Veddha" community, the indigenous Aborigines of Sri Lanka. Kataragama Sacred Precinct located in the north of the city shaded by the huge tropical trees, reached by the bridge over the Menik Ganga (Sinhale: Gem river) is home to the shrines of all four religions of Sri Lanka overnights Stay at Tissa hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• Tranfer To Tissamaharam Via Bundala National park
• After vist to Buddhist temple, Kiri Vehera, and the Kataragama Dewalaya.
• Arrival to the Hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 13 Yala National Park Full day game : Early in the morning leave from hotel at 5.00am Yala Notional Park Full day Game Drive En route Enjoyed Breakfast &Short Lunch break Time will Enjoyed Srilankan Style tridisonal Lunch at the Yala Park relaxing point.
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 Same Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• Early in the morning Leave to Yala national park enjoy full day game at Yala national park
• you will be able enjoy a traditional Sri Lankan Lunch at National park
• Back to hotel in the evening refresh hot Cinnamon tea
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 14 Udawalawa
Early in the morning leave from hotel to Udawalawa national park safari game drive in the morning .
after lunch, you will visit the nearby Elephant Transit Home. Run by the Sri Lankan Department of Wildlife Conservation and set up in 1995, '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.
Udawalawe 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.
Elephant 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 Transfer to Udawalawe. Watch baby elephants being fed milk at the elephant transit home at noon. In the afternoon, game drive to Udawalawe National Park. Overnight stay at Udawalawe.hotel
Plan for tour itinerary Acuities:
• Transfer to Udawalawe. Watch baby elephants being fed milk at the elephant transit home
• Game drive to Udawalawe National Park
• Visit to the Udawalawe Water Dam (lake)
• Back to hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 15 Marissa Beach
Sri Lanka is justifiably famous for its exquisite tropical beaches, washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Here, you have plenty of time to unwind on the white sandy beach listening to the lapping of the waves after the previous day’s travelling. Your time is your own here and you can either relax on the palm-fringed beach, splash around in the pool or explore further afield. Mirissa, a 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
Weligama, beach is famous for its stilt fishermen. In chest-deep water on the beach, just few meters off-shore, are the stilt fishermen perched on a cross bar- one on one- of a single pole planted into the sea-bed. These fishermen, the poorest of the poor, spend hours with their lines cast out to the sea to catch small fish. Stilt Fishing is one of the most interesting traditional fishing methods of Sri Lanka. Records indicate that it came into being just after World War II. This mode of fishing was more widely used all along the coast until the tsunami in 2004 which caused such activities to cease temporarily until recent years.
The beautiful sight of fishermen perched branched poles as they fish skillfully during dawn, noon and dusk; can now be commonly along the southern coast in towns such as Koggala, Kaththaluwa and Ahangama. Occasional stilt fishermen can also be seen amongst the waters of River, etc. Though stilt fishermen make the activity seem easy and comfortable; stilt fishing requires much skill and balance
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! Overnight stay in Marissa. Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• Morning Transfer to Mirrisa 5 hour journey arrival on hotel
• Weligam fish man Stick on action
• Unawatuna Visit welaedevalya
• Enjoy Beach & Sea bath
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 16 Whales and Dolphin watching Transfer to Balapitiya
Excursion for Whales and Dolphin watching in the morning. Mirissa, a 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! Deep sea 15kilometer special Boat Snack Relax to watching on the sea with free
After your time on the beach it's time to Balapitiya . As we head out along the coast we reach the town of Galle. Here you can walk the walls of the famous Dutch fort or explore the maze of backstreets and market stalls. En route we can pay a visit to the turtle hatchery at Kosgoda. Turtles are kept here for the first few days of their lives before being released into the sea and the project does much to help safeguard the welfare of these endangered animals. 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 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
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 making 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 .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 only every few years but when they do they lay several times in one season.
Overnight stay in Balapitiya Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• Early morning leave to Excursion for Whales and Dolphin watching
• En route visit Galle Dutch Fort ,Spices Garden
• Moonstone Mine Meetiyagoda Moon center point in Sri Lanka
• Maduganga safari tour marshlands covered in mangrove forests
• Castle farm Ahungalla, mask factory Ambalangoda
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 17Colombo
Transfer to Colombo en Route visit Bentota is a historical place described in ancient messenger poems (sandeśa kāvya). The Galapatha Viharaya is one of a cluster of five ancient temples in the region In the 17th Century the Portuguese built a small fort at the mouth of the Bentota River (Bentara Ganga), which in Sinhala was called Parangi Kotuwa, meaning the fort of the Portuguese. The river marked the southern extremity of Portuguese held territory in Sri Lanka. The Dutch subsequently allowed the fort to fall into disrepair, converting one of the large buildings within the fort into a colonial rest house for Dutch Officers travelling between Colombo and Galle. The British subsequently converted the rest house into a coastal sanatorium. Sir James Emerson Tenants (1804-1869), the Colonial secretary of Ceylon (1845-1850) in his book, Ceylon, An Account of the Island (1859), stated that the rest house at Bentota, situated within a little park, deeply shaded by lofty Tamarind trees on the point of the beach where the river forms its junction with the sea, is one of the coolest and most agreeable in Ceylon. The British introduced the railway in the early 19th century, mainly to transport the coconut produce from the Deep South to the capital, building a permanent bridge (Bentota Palama) to cross the river. Sri Lanka’s Capital Colombo, a port city, with a rich colonial heritage, on the Western coast is a potpourri of races, religions and cultures. Colombo displays the best and worst the country has to offer. The city is a contrast itself, with mansions, lush gardens, fine dining options, shopping malls packed with expensive designer brands standing next to urban slums; diesel fumed congested roads and street markets. . It is the financial center of the island and a tourist destination.
Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, commonly known as Kotte is the official administrative capital of Sri Lanka. It is home to the legislative capital Sri Jayewardenepura as well to Colombo, the nation's administrative and business center Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte. As Sri Lanka's economic hub, all the major local and international corporations have their presence in the city and so do all the major designer and high street retailers, so be ready to indulge in some retail therapy in western province Colombo metropolitan area has a population of 5.6 million, and 752,993 in the city proper. It is the financial center of the island and a tourist destination overnights stay at Colombo Hotel

Plan for tour itinerary Activities:
• Colombo Afternoon city tour in Colombo
• Visit Gangaramaya temple (water lake Temple) Much More place
• Old Parliament Building complex & Galle face green trance
• Galle Face hotel
• Shopping tour Back to hotel
• Evening plan Next Day activities with tour guide.
• Relax on hotel Overnights Stay at Hotel
• Over night stay at hotel

Day 18 Colombo
Approximately 1 hour’s End of nice Tour of journey. Transfer to Colombo Bandaranaike Airport and according to your flight schedule. Back to country leave to Sri Lanka
Plan for tour itinerary Activities :
• After breakfast leave from hotel to Colombo Airport
• Last day of tour
• Thanks for Stay With us
• Tour END

Srilanka For Families 18Day

Include This Tour

  • • Accommodation for 17 Nights
  • • Air-conditioned vehicle with fuel
  • • English speaking chauffeur guide
  • • Food Half Board 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)

Srilanka For Families 18Day

1.WHO WE ARE

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

2.WHY BOOK WITH US

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: www.eta.gov.lk.
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.

17.Are you able to book airport transfers?

We offer comprehensive tour packages that include airport drop-off and pickup, as well as arrival transfers.

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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