Round Tour for 14 days & 13 nights – Bronze

Ayubowan – May you live longer is the traditional greeting of the Sri Lankans or more appropriately the Sinhalese who are the original inhabitants of this wonderful island.

Transfer from Bandaranaike International Airport Colombo to Habarana

Day 01

Air Port to Habrana

Overnight stay at the Jays Holiday Resort – Habarana

The Jays Holiday Resort –quaint resort conveniently located in close proximity to the famous attractions of Rajarata or the “Land of Kings” will offer you the first taste what the islands has to offer.

Day 02

Habarana – Aukana – Anuradhapura – Habarana


Anuradhapura is a historic city located by the banks of “Malwathu Oya” – a river flowing on fertile plains of the north central province of Sri Lanka. Founded in 4th Century BC, Anuradhapura is often referred to as the cradle of Sri Lankan civilization. The city was the capital for Sinhalese monarchy for fourteen centuries remained one of the most stable seats of governance in South Asia. A succession of kings have developed this city to be one of the most sophisticated civilizations in its heyday. Anuradhapura is the home of “Sri Maha Bodhiya” or the sacred Bo Tree which is considered as the world’s oldest documented tree. Also the city contains the ruins of large number of Buddhist temples and Monasteries scattered over the historic city some of which had been restored recently . The Stupa of Jetawanaramaya is among the tallest structures in the ancient world. The city is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracts a large number of tourists every year.
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals


The Aukana Statue is a standing statue of the Buddha depicting “Abhaya Mudra” located quite close to Anuradhapura in North Central Sri Lanka. The statue, rising about 40 feet (12 m), from its pedestal has been carved out of a large natural granite rock face. The statue has been crafted during the reign of Dhatusena around 5th Century , is considered as one of the finest standing statues erected in ancient Sri Lanka. It is one of the popular tourist attractions in the North Central prvince.
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Day 03

Habarana –Polonnaruwa – Habarana


The second most ancient of Sri Lanka's kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was established and declared as the Capital by King Vijayabahu I. However, the city owes much of its former glory and prosperity to king Parakramabahu I who built a number of series of tanks to hold water and a series of waterways which continue to irrigate the fertile lands of Polonnaruwa even today. There are a series of Stupas, temples image houses and a number of Buddha Statues carved out of solid rock , the most prominent being the Statues of Gal Vihara. Today, Polonnaruwa is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals

Visit to Kaudulla National park

Visit to Kaudulla National park in the evening when the elephants arrive in the open plains. Kaudulla National Park is probably the best place to see Elephants roaming leisurely in their full glamour. The verdant landscape surrounding the Kaudulla tank is the home to a large herd of elephants numbering around 150- 200 . Explore the park and watch these giants get about their lives from the comfort of a 4x4 safari jeep.


Back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 04

Habrana – Sigiriya – Habarana

Climb Sigiriya

Sigiriya is a unique rock formation that rises around 200 metres from the surrounding countryside of North Central plains of the island. This was turned to a Rock Fortress, by King Kassapa in the05th century A.D. and remained a Royal Citadel for more than 18 years. At its base, there is a series of waterways and fountains which form one of the best water gardens in the country. The entire citadel is encircled by a moat and rampart and extensive gardens. The gateway to the summit is marked by the majestic Lion’s Paws guarding the stairway. On the side of the rock are the frescoes which have made the rock citadel most famous for; these frescoes depict who are popularly known as “Heavenly maidens” or “Sigiri Landun” floating on the clouds. The Polished rock wall popularly known as “Ketapath Pavura” or Mirror Wall contains hundreds of notes of those who had climbed the rock and written down what they felt about the entire experience years ago.


Elephant ride & washing in the evening

Take a Ride on one of these charismatic animals and you will the warmth the power and the sheer discipline these majestic animals show on a one-hour trek through the jungle and the lake. The elephants will be led by a well trained and experience mahout and guide who would stay with the animal during the entire travel.

Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals

Traditional Ayurvedic Massage

Sri Lanka has always been known as a place where the lifestyle revolves around nature- a lifestyle that refreshes not just the mind and body, but also the soul and spirit. As such, Sri Lankans have naturally embraced Ayurveda the oldest and most holistic medical system known to exist in the world. Enjoy an Ayurvedic Massage in the late evening at Atherya that is sure to rejuvenate your body and soul.

Back to the hotel for overnight stay.

Day 05

Habarana – Dambulla – Kandy


Visit Dambulla cave temple- UNESCO world heritage site which is considered as the best preserved temple complex in the country dating back to the 1st century BC. Built under a huge overhanging rock, the temple contains a large number of paintings and statues depicting various stages of Buddha’s life. The murals on the cave walls cover an area of approximately 23,000 square feet. Wander around these world famous attractions leisurely marveling at the ancient artist’s skills and dedication.


Matale Spice garden visit

Visit a Spice Garden in Matale on the way to the Hill Capital of Kandy. Sri Lanka - as you maybe aware is the home to a large variety of herbs which been long coveted by the Western Merchants. These spices come in all fragrances and tastes which have become indispensable in both western as eastern cuisine. Stroll among the rows of neatly planted spices whilst savouring their fragrances and the visit to the spice garden would explain the story behind Sri Lankan spice.


Proceed to Kandy


Situated at an elevation of 488 metres above mean sea level, surrounded by verdant hills Kandy is the last kingdom of Sri Lankan Monarchy. Known best as the home of the iconic temple of the Sacred Tooth relic of Buddha, the town is considered as one of the most picturesque cities of the country. located as the home of the Sri Lankan Monarchy. The temple and the four main shrines of the deities that had adorned the city for hundreds of years are the landmarks of the city. The city becomes vibrant and a magnet for locals and tourists alike when it hosts the famed “Kandyan Perahera” a colourful pageant taking the Sacred Tooth Relic parades the city at night. Take a stroll by the lake enjoying the cool breeze sweeping past the placid waters.


Overnight stay at the Kandyan Heights.

The Kandyan Heights is a small Villa located in a lush green Tea Estate. The cozy villa will provide you with a calm and quiet stay away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Day 06


Kandy sightseeing in the morning

Visit to tooth relic temple in the evening

Visit the famed Temple and witness the traditional offerings (poojas) that take place several times of the day. Take a leisurely walk along the corridors admiring the murals painted on walls; visit the numerous shrine rooms which portray the different aspects of Buddha’s life.


Back to the villa for overnight stay.

Day 07

Kandy – Nuwara Eliya

Travel by Train from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya

The upcountry railway line was originally constructed by the colonial administration as a means of transporting produce from the flourishing tea and coffee plantations in the 19th century, the railway line soon became popular as one of the most scenic railways of the world. Today, it has assumed the role of providing enchanting views of the best of Sri Lankan mountain scenery and a tour on this line will definitely add a memorable or more likely an unforgettable experience to any traveler.

Proceed to Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya is a mountain station at 1,868 m (6,128 ft) of altitude, in a splendid landscape. The city pretends to be particularly well-kept and neat, and the always green grass gives to the locality an aspect of “colonial British style".


Overnight at the Lassana Villa in Nuwara Eliya

The Lassana Villa offers its guests peaceful and comfortable stay in the cool climes of Nuwara Eliya, just 2 kilometres away from the Gregory lake . The hotel offers its guests an on-site restaurant free WiFi and barbecue facilities on request.

Day 08

Nuwara Eliya –Ella

Visit to a Tea factory in the morning

The process of Tea making right from being plucked off from the plant by demure ladies and then being processed at a highland ta factory to give its distinct character is a story by its own right. So what better way can there be than making a visit to a factory where a visitor would be able to get firsthand experience of the entire process?

Proceed to Ella

Ella is quaint village located at the edge of the central highlands of Sri Lanka. The village has earned its name from the famous water falls located few kilometers to the south. Both road and rail access to this cozy village are spectacular. Ella has become a popular destination due to its enchanting location and stunning views across the geographic feature popularly known as Ella Gap and its cool climate year round.
Coral reef with corals and exotic fishes
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals

Overnight stay at the Sita Heaven - Ella

Sita’s Heaven Guest House is a cozy place located in the famous resort town of Ella. Named after the spouse of “Rama” in the Ramayana Folklore, which is interwoven around this hamlet, Sita’s Heaven guest House commands unparalleled views of the Ella Rock and the valley below which extends as far as the southern coast on clear days.

Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Day 09

Ella – Yala

Overnight Stay at the Pardus Luxury Camp Site

This your opportunity to get a real taste of the wild Sri Lanka at its best. Leave behind the solid walls that have kept you in conventional comfort and get immersed in the Wilds of Yala which had hardly seen any change since they were discovered. “Rough it out’ in a comfortable and secure tent and settle into a truly unforgettable stay in a secluded stretch of the national park. Take your pick from the 4 stylish tents on offer, with each one containing a wooden floor, luxurious double and single bed, ensuite, hot water, cooling fans and cozy sofa .
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals

BBQ dinner

You can enjoy a hearty barbecue meal in a magical setting – the whole area is lit up with traditional flame torches and a roaring campfire.
Day 10


Yala is Sri Lanka’s most loved national park located on the south eastern corner of the island. Bordering the sea on one side, the dry zone forest covers almost 1000 square kilometres and best known as the place with the highest concentration of Sri Lankan Leopards.
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Day 11

½ day Game safari in Yala National park

You can enjoy a half day game safari in forest where elephants and a number of exotic animals roam free. The safari will offer you stunning vistas of dry zone forests where the leopards rest by the day and picturesque water holes where a number of local and migrant birds frolic.
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals
Colorfulful reef with hard and soft corals

Evening for leisure, Pardus provide luxury tents which will have their own private beach to relax by. Within just a 5 minutes drive, you can arrive at an idyllic beach where you will find yourself l be the only one lie down on that beach.

Overnight stay at Pardus Luxury Camp Site

Day 12

Yala – Hikkaduwa

Overnight stay at the Royal beach - Hikkaduwa

Royal Beach Hotel is a charming family-run hotel located on Narigama Beach in Sri Lanka. It features the famous Royal Beach Restaurant, provides guests Free Wi-Fi in Public areas of Hotel. Also, the offer its guests a variety of water sports.
Day 13


Enjoy the warmth of the sea.Spend some time by the sea watching the waves of the Indian Ocean will be splashing endlessly on the shore.
Day 14

Hikkaduwa – Airport

Transfer from Hikkaduwa to Colombo International Airport

End of tour……………………….