Sri Lanka Tour Packages


Mini tour - 3 Nights 4 Days


Gem Of Sri Lanka - 4 Nights 5 Days


Culture & Nature - 5 Nights 6 Days


Island Of Paradise - 6 Nights 7 Days


Arround The Island -7 Nights 8 Days


Discovering Sri Lanka - 9 Nights / 10 Days


Sri Lanka Honeymoon Packages


Colombo honeymoon tours -2 Nights 3 Days


Beach honeymoon packages - 3 Nights 4 Days


Exotic Honeymoon packages - 4 Nights 5 Days


Honeymoon in Paradise - 5 Nights 6 Days


Island honeymoon packages -6 Nights 7 Days


Special Srilanka Packages


Sri Lanka Weekend tour package 2 Nights 3 Days


Group tour to Sri Lanka 3 Nights 4 Days


Conference tour to Sri lanka - 3 Nights 4 Days


Sri Lanka Family trip - 4 Nights 5 Days


Sri Lanka Adventure tour - 5 Nights 6 Days


Sri Lanka Spiritual Tour -7 Nights 8 Days








Discovering Sri Lanka - 9 Nights / 10 Days


{pinnawela / trincomalee /excursion to pigeon island / anuradhapura /polonnaruwa/ sigiriya/ dambulla / kandy/ botanical garden/nuwara eliya /yala/galle fort /bentota }


Cost per person in USD (Valid Period – 01 / 11 / 2013 – 30 / 04 / 2014)


Hotels 2 star category 3 star category 4 Star category 5* category
Tariff 630 USD 818 USD 1012 USD 1200 USD
Colombo Hotel Riveria

Palm Beach Hotel / Palm Village

Pearl Grand Hotel / Pegasus Reef

Cinnamon Grand

Taj Samudra

Trincomalee Hotel Green Park / Nilaweli Inn

Sea Lotus Park / Hotel Welcombe

Pigeon Island Resort / Nilaweli Beach

Chaaya Blu

Sigiria Hotel Rukmali

Kasapa Lion Rock

Sigiriya Village / Chaaya Village

Cinnamon Lodge

Kandy Settle Inn Lodge

Hotel Hill Top / Hotel Devon

Hotel Thilanka / Tree of Life

Cinnamon Citadel

Nuwara Eliya Midky Hotel

Heaven Seven / Galway Forest Lode

St Andrews

Grand Hotel / Heritance Tea factory

Yala Hotel Sansida

Hibiscus Garden

Mandara Rosen

Yala Village

Bentota Mermaid Cottage

Induruwa Beach Resort

The Palms

Vivanta by Taj


Child (02 - 12 y) is sharing with parents (2 Adults) room 50% of the round tour per person rates.




Peak Period Supplement (15.12.2013 – 15.01.2014)


3* Hotels – 26.00 $ per person per Tour
4* Hotels – 68.00 $ Per Person per Tour
5* Hotels – 35.00 $ Per Person per Tour


The Cost will Includes


Accommodation on BB basis at the hotels specified.  
Transportation in an A/c vehicle with English Speaking Driver (1 - 9 Pax).
10 Pax & above service of English speaking Guide.
All Government Taxes.


The Cost will not Includes


All entrance fees to places of interest as given in the itinerary.
Compulsory Xmas & New year Gala Dinner Supplements.
Camera and Video permits.
Lunch & Dinner

Personal expenses if any
Tips and porterage.


Day 01- Airport – Colombo


Arrival in Sri Lanka, welcome by a representative of Ceylon Best Holidays and transfer to Colombo.  Afternoon City Tour of Colombo.

Colombo derived from Sinhalese name Kola-amba-thota which means "mango harbour", altered by the Portuguese to honor Christopher Columbus, population 737,396 Colombo, is the largest city and commercial center of Sri Lanka. Colombo was probably known to Roman, Arab, and Chinese traders more than 2,000 years ago. Muslims settled there in the 8th century and controlled much of the trade between Sinhalese kingdoms and the outside world. The Portuguese arrived in the 16th century and built a fort to protect their spice trade. The Dutch captured the city in the 17th century. The British made the city the capital of their crown colony of Ceylon in 1802. Overnight Stay hotel at Colombo Hotel.


Day 02 – Colombo – Elephant Orphanage – Trincomalee


After Breakfast Leave to Trincomalee.  En route visit Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawela.

Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage - Started in 1975 to house the abandoned and the wounded, the orphanage has grown to be a big family today. The number of elephants has increased to more than 80 now, including baby elephant brought from various parts, as well as 50 babies born as a result of the captive breeding program.  The best time to visit is the feeding time and the bathing time when the elephant are taken to the river close by. A unique experience never to be missed.  Overnight stay hotel at Trincomalee  Hotel.


Day 03 – Trincomalee


After Breakfast Excursion to Pigeon Island and Leisure

Trincomalee -Known as Trinco, to the locals, it is one of the World’s best deep harbours and the reason why many Sri Lankans speak English. Following settlement by the Portugese, then the Dutch, the British ousted them both and colonized Ceylon. As the East was home to the Tamil Tigers, the British Peacekeeping force took residency in 1940’s at Orrs Hill. With spectacular views of the harbour, the Head office has now been converted into the Welcombe Hotel. Trinco, is now an amalgam of naval and military post, thriving market, economic centre and wonderful beaches and diving. The better beaches are 20 minutes North in Nilaveli

Koneswaram Kovil and Swami Rock - Trinco has a historical fort and is well worth a meander. As you reach the penninusular you will see Swarmi Rock dropping 130 m into Bay of Bengal. Locally known as Lover’s Leap due to historic legend that a Dutch official’s daughter threw herself off after watching her unfaithful husband desert her by sea. Also at the peak sits the important temple Koneswaram Kovil, replaced after the Portugese pushed the original into the sea in 1624. Many pilgrims from Jaffna visit this holy site and drive evil spirits away through smashing coconuts followed by prayers in the temple.  Many divers chose this area to see old temple relics but make sure that you check the conditions as during July, large numbers of Portugese man-of-war drift to the shore and may become stranded.The sting is serious.

Nilaveli Beach resort - Perhaps the best beaches of the East Coast and excellent conditions for diving and snorkeling. Just off shore lies Pigeon Island which has superb coves home to the Blue Rock pigeon and a shaley beach for sunbathers looking to escape for the day.  The hot springs at Kanniyai are just 8km away and known for their therapeutic properties. There is some controversy as to their Hindu origin but the 7 natural hot spring wells each have a different temperature. Not for swimmers but be sure to get wet. Overnight stay hotel at Trincomalee Hotel.


Day 04- Trincomalee – Anuradhapura


After Breakfast Leave to Anuradhapura.

Anuradhapura - For over 1000 years Singhalese Kings with occasional South Indian interlopers rule from the great city of Anuradhapura. It is the most extensive and important of the Sri Lankan ancient cities. Anuradhapura was founded in the 4th century BC. Anuradhapura is famous for its Dagobas (Temples), Reservoirs, and beautifully landscaped gardens, the ruins of which still remain to this day. The sacred Bo Tree (the world's oldest tree on record) "Jayasri Maha Bodhi" and the "Ruwanwali Seya" Temple are two of Sri Lanka's most sacred places found in Anuradhapura.  In addition to this there are many other historical and religious sites found in Anuradhapura. After excursion back to Hotel. Overnight stay hotel at Sigiriya Hotel.


Day 05- Sigiriya – Polonnaruwa - Sigiriya


After Breakfast Leave to Polonnaruwa

Polonnaruwa is 218 kilometers from Colombo, yet another well planned medieval city defended by enclosing walls, graced by palaces, shrines, monasteries, pavilions, parks, ponds and irrigation lakes which bears witness to a glorious past. A dominant feature of the city, is the vast irrigation lake of 5940 acres aptly named "Parakrama Samudraya" or the sea of Parakrama after its royal builder King Parakramabahu depicting an example of the advanced engineering and construction skills prevailent during the ancient times. This gigantic reservoir was built to collect rainwater, which did not permit a drop of water to go waste.

After Lunch climb the Sigiriya Rock

Sigiriya The spectacular Rock Fortress of Sigiriya, 19 kilometers North East of Dambulla is one of Sri Lanka’s major attractions. Some theories affirm that Sigiriya was a Mahayana Buddhist monastery or that it was both citadel and hermitage at different times. The Citadel in the sky Sigiriya is a fantastic display of the ancient Sri Lankan architecture. The Rock was the Fortress of the "King Kasyapa" who murdered his father and stole the throne from his elder brother who was the rightful heir to the throne. Kasyapa built his fortress in this 182-meter high rock to protect himself from his enemies. The Nigeria rock consists of the central rock, rising 200 meters above the surrounding plain, and the two rectangular precincts on the East (90 hectares) and the West (40 hectares), surrounded by two moats and three ramparts. Overnight stay hotel at Sigiriya Hotel


Day 06 - Sigiriya – Dambulla – Kandy


After Breakfast Leave to Kandy.  En route visit Dambulla Cave Temple, Batik Factory & Spice Garden.

Dambulla The Great Cave Temple of Dam bulla is 100 to 150 meters above the road in the southern part of the village of Dambulla. The gigantic rock towering more than 160 m above the surrounding area is 1.5 km. These caves were the refuge of King Walagamba when he was exiled for 14 years. On his return to the throne in the 1st century BC, King Walagamba had a magnificent rock temple built in Dambulla. Dambulla too has been designated as a World Heritage site. The caves feature a mixture of religious and worldly paintings and sculptures. Several reclining Buddha statues and a 15 m long sculpture of the dying Buddha. The famous Dambulla frescoes on the walls and ceiling dates back to the 15th-18th Centuries.

Spice Garden see the luscious Cinnamons, Cardamoms’, Pepper plants etc. You can also purchase your requirements of spices.

Batik Factory where you can see the manufacture of beautiful Batik prints. The shop contains a wide variety of Batik items.
After lunch Kandy City Tour, visit Temple of Sacred Tooth Relic, & witness a cultural show.

Kandy is an ancient hill capital and the last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings before the island was finally ceded to the British in 1815. It bears strong influence of the influence of Buddhism in the country and is revered by Buddhists as a sacred city because of the ‘Dalada Maligawa” - Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. Kandy is the venue of the annual glittering pageant each August where the Buddha’s Tooth Relic in a golden casket is paraded on a majestic elephant accompanied by over 100 elephants, fire dancers, and ceremonial whip crackers, dancers and drummers.

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic  - ever since 4th Century A.D, when the Buddha’s Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka hidden from sacrilegious hands in an ‘Orissan princess’ hair, the Relic has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. It is considered Sri Lanka’s most prized possession. Overnight stay hotel at Kandy Hotel.


Day 07 - Kandy – Royal Botanical Garden – Nuwara Eliya


After breakfast proceed to Nuwara Eliya. En route visit Royal Botanical Garden, Gem Museum & Factory, Tea Plantation & Factory and waterfalls.

The Royal Botanical Garden in Peradeniya is 06 kms from Kandy, the magnificent river girdled 57 hectare laid out in 1832 are among the finest in the world. Its treasures of tropical flora include fine collections of orchids, aromatic spices, medicinal herbs, palms and rare endangered plant species. These gardens were the naturally camouflaged operations headquarters of SEAC Supreme Allied Commander, Lord Louis Mountbatten during the 2nd World War. 

Gem Museum - Sri Lanka’s gem industry has a very long and colorful history. Sri Lanka was affectionately known as Ratna – Dweepa which means Gem Island. The name is a reflection of its natural wealth. Marco Polo wrote that the island had the best sapphires, topazes, amethysts, and other gems in the world. Ptolemy, the second century astronomer recorded that beryl and sapphire were the mainstay of Sri Lanka’s gem industry

En route stop at water-fall for a short break.        

 Nuwara Eliya - “The City of Light” was the favorite hill station of the British, a scenic town 2500 m above sea level surrounded by misty mountain ranges, pine forests and tea cultivations. Nuwara Eliya has a much cooler climate, which is in stark contrast to the tropical climate experienced in other parts of the island. This is probably why Nuwara Eliya is also known as ‘Little England’. The areas around Nuwara Eliya also provide the main output of tea in Sri Lanka. A trip to the highlands of Sri Lanka is never complete without witnessing the age-old traditional tea plucking and sipping a cup of “Ceylon Tea”.  Nuwara Eliya has a fair assortment of British Country style houses and an 18 hole Golf Course, which is a real beauty with its scenic location considered to be one of the finest in Asia and a picturesque Race Course where horse races are held. Overnight stay hotel at Nuwara Eliya Hotel.


Day 08 – Nuwara Eliya – Yala Jeep Safari


After breakfast proceed to Yala. En route stop at Rawana water-fall for a short break. After noon Jeep Safari in Yala National Park

Yala also known as Ruhuna National Park after the 2nd Century BC civilization of the Ruhuna Kingdom.  The ancient civilization is apparent from the remains of the dagobas and the still self-serviceable artificial lakes/tanks that still exists and play a vital role in retaining rain water for the fauna.  A rugged terrain characterized by scrub forest and stunning rock outcrops, with open areas and waterholes.  Out of the 126, 786 hectares of land, only 14, 101 hectares is open to visitors.  The rest of the terrain is accessible only to permitted researchers and those living in scattered villages within the Sanctuary. Overnight stay hotel at  Yala  Hotel.


Day 09 – Yala – Dutch Fort – Turtle Hatchery


After breakfast proceed to Beach or Negombo. En route visit Dutch Fort Galle and Turtle Hatchery in Kosgoda.

Galle Dutch Fort - Old Galle is a world heritage site; a unique example of a preserved 17th C colonial Fortress. The Galle Fort itself is still a living monument with a bustling community within the great ramparts, massive bastions, pepper pot towers, while narrow streets display its Dutch heritage with beckoning pillared verandas and fretwork facades.

Turtle Hatchery - At the north end of Induruwa is one of the turtle hatcheries set up to protect turtle eggs till they hatch. Turtle eggs, which would otherwise be eaten, are bought for a few rupees each from local fishermen & re-buried along the beach. Once hatched, the baby turtles are kept in holding tanks. Small tanks contain hundreds of one to three-day old turtles, as well as larger one, including an albino, kept for the collection. In the night, you can release a three-day-old turtle into the Indian Ocean to fend off itself.

P.m. You will be transferred to the Beach Hotel. Overnight stay hotel at Bentota or Negombo Hotel.

Day 10 – Bentota or Negombo – Airport

After Breakfast proceed to Air port for the Departure.

End of Tour




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