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Splendor of Sri Lanka – FIT

Colombo, Wilpattu National Park, Jaffna, Trincomalee, Dambulla and Negombo

Splendor of Sri Lanka – FIT

$5000 per person
13 Days / 12 Nights
12+ Age

Lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is a natural paradise with a landscape of verdant mountains, rainforests, paddy fields, tumbling waterfalls and sweeping gorges. From ancient Buddhist temples, the fortress of Sigiriya, the towns of Kandy, Nuwara Eliya in the hill country, the wildlife of Yala National Park (which has one of the highest concentrations of leopards in the world), to the idyllic palm-fringed beaches of the south coast, this small island offers incredible variety, made extra special by its laid back atmosphere and hospitable people.

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The Steuart by Citrus Colombo

2 nights

B&B

Big Game Camp Wilpattu Wilpattu National Park

2 nights

HB

Jetwing Jaffna Jaffna

2 nights

B&B

Trinco Blu by Cinnamon Trincomalee

2 nights

B&B

Sigiriana Resort by Thilanka Dambulla

2 nights

B&B

Jetwing Sea Hotel Negombo

2 nights

B&B

Plan

B&B:Bed and Breakfast

HB:Half Board – Dinner, Bed and Breakfast

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    DELHI
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    Flights

Tour Plan

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DAY 1 : COLOMBO
Meet and assist on arrival at Airport by our Representative. Transfer from Airport to Colombo. Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on ancient east-west trade routes, ruled successively by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. That heritage is reflected in its its architecture, mixing colonial buildings with high-rises and shopping malls.
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DAY 2 : COLOMBO
Take a  city tour of Colombo. Drive along the clean streets edging the crystal white Race Course - horse racing hub in 1893 & World War II airstrip - furnished today with lavish clothing, food & tea boutiques. Meanwhile, ride to Pettah & tune into the Floating Market - an offbeat shopping experience - or feel the buzz surrounding the upcoming inspiration, the Colombo Port City - an offshore city - featuring parks, commercial complexes & even an F1 track! Head along Bauddhaloka Mawatha towards 'Arcade' facing a historic waypost, the Independence Square. Every designer boutique, top-notch cuisine outlet and even the 'walk-over fish tank', have revamped this colonial masterpiece into one of the trendiest shopping and hangout zones in Sri Lanka.  If you're lucky, head into an exhibition at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) before swaying your head to an opera or play at Nelum Pokuna that should just drive your day into perfection!
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DAY 3 : WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK
Transfer from Colombo to Wilpaththu. Depart early and visit a coconut plantation, learning about farming and popular coconut-based products. Continue north to Wilpattu National Park, known for its leopard population. Explore the park on a 4x4 and meet with a local expert to hear about conservation efforts and the issues of human encroachment on wildlife reserves. Rest of the day at leisure.
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DAY 4 : WILPATTU NATIONAL PARK
Wilpattu is the oldest National Park in the Country and home to Sri Lankan leopards and we will do our best to search some out with our local ranger. As well, enjoy the stunning flora and fauna, keeping an eye out for elephants, wild boar, sloth bear, spotted deer and water buffalo. Our safari camp is located 10 minutes to the Southern boundary of the park entrance, on the boundary of a lake, surrounded by bush forest.
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DAY 5 : JAFFNA
Transfer from Wilpaththu to Anuradhapura.  Anuradhapura Cultural site. (Optional Cycling).  Commanding a rich Sri Lankan heritage, Anuradhapura - one of the greatest and oldest civilizations in the world starring 113 kings & spanning over 1300 years in its peak - avows of being the greatest city of ancient Sri Lanka following its reign as the first capital. The sapphire of its crown is certainly the Sri Maha Bodhi - the sacred Bo sapling extracted from the tree under which Lord Buddha attained enlightenment - standing more than 2200 years in its pride. Drive up to the very north of the country to Jaffna - a stunning place that has a turbulent history and strong Tamil influence - it's a unique place to visit in Sri Lanka. You are likely to be the only tourists around, so you will certainly get to see the Sri Lankan way of life.
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DAY 6 : JAFFNA
Early morning transfer from Jaffna to Nainativu Island. Visiting Nainativu Island is a highlight of the North area – Boat journey there. Visit Naga Pooshani Amman Temple (within Nainativu Island). As soon as you step off the boat – which you can take from Kurikadduwan (KKD), connected by road to the main peninsular – you’ll see the opposing Naga Pooshani Amman Temple towering into the sky. Its colourful detail of statues is mesmerising to look at. It’s free to enter. Visit Jaffna Public Library. A beautiful structure located close by the Fort, this is a true example of British Colonial Architecture. The building that stands today was rebuilt in 2002 after the original was burnt down in 1981. The library is used by locals and is an attraction for tourists visiting the city. Visit Jaffna Fort. The perfect place to watch the sun set over the sea, Jaffna’s fort is a large ruin of the prestigious structure that it used to be. Built by the Dutch in 1680, the fort is completely free to visit and you’re free to roam around the grounds as you please.
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DAY 7 : TRINCOMALEE
Morning Visit Nallur Kandaswamy Kovil. Constructed in 1734AD, this temple is one of the most important in the Northern Province of Sri Lanka. Its distinctive red and white stripes covering the outer walls are a clear symbol of Hinduism, and the towering golden ‘Gopurams’ that rise nine-stories in height are an undoubtedly impressive sight. Men must remove their shirts to enter and all visitors must remove their shoes. Transfer from Jaffna to Trincomalee .Rest of the day leisure at the hotel in Trincomalee.
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DAY 8 : TRINCOMALEE
During your little trip through town towards the temples or Fort Frederik, you might pass loads of dried fish stalls. Trincomalee town is full of real local life, where they don’t necessarily have to live from tourism which is completely different from the south. Visit Sri Pathrakali Amman Kovil. This beautifully colored Hindu temple is located in town and easy to visit. It even might be your lucky day to experience a real ceremony. Visit Koneswaram Temple . Thirukoneswaram, or the Holy Koneswaram Temple, is a Hindu temple in Thirukonamalai (Trincomalee) on the east coast of Sri Lanka. The temple lies on a high rocky promontory surrounded on three sides by the sea. It bears a history of over three millennia with its records indicating its roots in 1580 BC. This, still beautiful, historical monument is what remains of what once was a sprawling temple city equal to the ancient city of Madurai, India.
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DAY 9 : DAMBULLA
Transfer from Trincomalee to Minneriya. Afternoon Safari in Minneriya National Park.  If you're up for a serious rumble in the jungle, then Minneriya is your Colosseum! Spreading over 8800 hectares, this is a sanctuary for elephants. Minneriya is home to herds of deer and ample birdlife, but its spotlight remains between swaying trunks & flapping ears. Park your jeep on the bank of the reservoir and switch off its engine. Watch carefully as herds of elephants - one by one - roll on to the grass-covered banks, to feed on tender shoots. In fact, this is the largest elephant gathering in the world - over 300 at a time - which has garnished the park to become a magnet for wildlife enthusiasts across the globe  
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DAY 10 : DAMBULLA
Visit Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Begin on a high with a climb to the fifth century Sigiriya fortress, which sits atop a rock that dramatically rises almost 200 metres above the rainforest King Kashyapa built a citadel at the top of this giant boulder known as the ‘Lion Rock’, which was the innermost stronghold of a vast fortified city. In time it came to be abandoned and forgotten, covered by dense overgrowth until the British encountered it and began a painstaking archaeological exploration. Transfer from Sigiriya to Polonnaruwa.  Visit Polonnaruwa Cultural Site. In the afternoon, discover the well-preserved ruins of the ancient city of Polonnaruwa. Built about 1,000 years ago, it features a large artificial lake, which is still in use and feeds a network of irrigation canals, the remains of a royal palace and a number of temples and administrative buildings. Admire the Gal Viharaya with its four statues of the Buddha carved out of rock, the Audience Hall, the Lotus Bath and the statue of King Parakramabahu. Overnight Stay at a hotel in Sigiriya Meals Included :- Breakfast
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DAY 11 : NEGOMBO
Transfer from Sigiriya to Negombo. Rest of the day at Leisure. You may avail the in house activities on direct payment.
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DAY 12 : NEGOMBO
Kasgoda Turtle hatchery: Visit the Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery on the Southwestern coast of Sri Lanka. Learn more about the five endangered sea turtle species that come to the shores of Sri Lanka to nest. Learn how the Kosgoda Turtle Care Program helps protect the nests until they hatch and increases the chances of survival for the babies. Get a chance to see, touch and feed baby turtles; or even injured adult turtles that the Turtle Hatchery cares for.
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DAY 13 : END OF ITINERARY
Get transferred to the airport to connect your onward flight. ----------------------------------------------
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