14 Days Amaizing Srilanka

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Day 1: Colombo - Kalpitiya

Stop At: Colombo, Colombo, Western Province
Upon arrival at the Bandaranaike International Airport

Stop at :Free & Easy at Kalpitiya Beach
Kalpitiya, located in the North Western Province of Sri Lanka, is a collection of 14 islands and it is famous for its waterfront beauty. This place is often considered as the future of Sri Lanka tourism. The collection of islands along with the water lagoon has vast scopes of development in the future. Kalpitiya Beach, situated in the far northern end, is a place for many watersports and dolphin and whale watching. The beach is a long sandy spit, which can be easily accessed from the Kalpitiya lagoon on a boat.
This beautiful stretch of sand attracts a lot of tourists and the beach is truly bestowed with scenic beauty. Whether you plan on a nice sunbath on the sandy shores, or dipping in the water for fun, Kalpitiya Beach in Sri Lanka is a must visit destination.


Duration: 6 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Hiru Resort & Kite Surfing Kalpitiya or Similar

Day 2: Whale Watching Kalpitiya

Stop At: Kalpitiya Lagoon, Sri Lanka
Boat Trip Kalpitiya | Dolphin Watching
Kalpitiya is the paradise of Dolphins. You can see pods of 1000 dolphins. Kalpitiya is home to a variety of dolphins that can be found in close proximity to the coast – the Spinner dolphin being the most common. Other dolphins that can be spotted here include Bottlenose, Risso’s, Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins, etc. You also can see Blue Whales (largest mammal in the world), Bryde's Whales , Sperm Whales , Killer Whales , False Killer , Dwarf , Melon Headed Whales , Cuvier's Beaked Whales and if lucky, the elusive Indian Blue Whales in Kalpitiya. Kalpitiya is perfect for dolphin and whale watching, as you do not have to head out too deep into the Ocean: the continental shelf is much closer than reported in admiralty charts, so much so, the shelf actually runs near and alongside the shoreline. This translates into being able to see many species of marine life - in just a short boat ride away from the shore.


Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Hiru Resort & Kite Surfing Kalpitiya or similar

Day 3: Kalpitiya - Anuradhapura

Stop At: Sri Maha Boodhi Temple, Anuradhapura Sri Lanka
Sri Maha Boodhi
Temple visit the oldest historically documented tree on earth, The Sacred Bo tree over 2000 years old, grown from a branch of the very tree under which the Buddha attained enlightenment.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Ruwanwelisaya, Abhayawewa Rd, Anuradhapura 50000 Sri Lanka
Ruwanwelisaya
The perfection and scale of the adobes or the relic chambers like Ruwanveliseya, Abhayagiriya and Jetavanaramaya, which are the largest in the world, are staggering, the latter vying with the largest pyramids at a height of 122 meters.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Samadhi Statue, Anuradhapura Sri Lanka
Samadhi Statue
visit the remains of the Brazen Palace, The Twin Ponds, and the Samadhi Buddha, which is being acknowledged as a masterpiece. Among the other highlights are Isurumuniya temple with finest rock carvings in the country, The Moonstone, The Guard stones, and Thuparama and Lankaramaya Dagobas.


Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Jethawanaramaya Stupa, Watawandana Road B341, Anuradhapura 50000 Sri Lanka
Jethawanaramaya Stupa
The Jetavanarama Dagoba’s massive dome rises above the entire eastern part of Anuradhapura. Built in the 3rd century by Mahasena, it may have originally topped 120m, but today is about 70m – similar to the Abhayagiri. When it was built it was almost certainly the third-tallest monument in the world, the first two being Egyptian pyramids. Its vast, bulbous form is unplastered and said to consist of more than 90 million bricks.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Abayagiriya Stupa, Anuradhapura Sri Lanka
Abhayagiri Dagaba
Abhayagiri Monastery spreading over an area of 200 hectares, was founded by King Valagamba also known by Vattagamini Abhaya (109 BC-89-77 BC) following his ascent to the throne for the second time, having the Dravidian invaders put to sword and fire. The monastery was built following the destruction of the Jain hermitage, whose ascetic Giri had taunted King Valagamaba while he was fleeing from invaders from Southern India 14 years back. The monastery was donated to Buddhist monk Thera Mahatissa as a token of gratitude for the moral and material support extended to the king, at a time of adversity, in exile building an army to regain his kingdom.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Thuparama, Polonnaruwa Sri Lanka
Thuparamaya - ථූපාරාමය
Thuparama dagoba, 20m in height and 60ft in diameter, one of the smallest of ancient stupas was built by King Devanampiya Tissa in the third century BC. Thuparama dagoba is believed to enshrine the collar bone relic of Buddha. By the seventh century, the stupa was renovated by King Aggabodhi the second in the 7th century. The graceful monolithic pillars surrounding it once upheld a circular roof making the shrine a Vata Dage (Circular – Relic – house) a characteristically Sinhalese architectural feature.


Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Hotel Alakamandawa or Similar

Day 4: Anuradhapura - Mihintale - Jaffna

Stop At: Mihintale, Anuradhapura Sri Lanka
Mihintale
Mihintale Mountain, with the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, began to serve as a residential area for the venerable monks headed by Arahath Mahinda Mahathera. But soon, with the royal patronage, the sanctuary housed a multitude of with monastic buildings-stupas, uposathgharas, bodhigharas- to serve the monks. Sixty eight cave dwellings provided the monks shade and shelter. Mihintale, the sanctuary for many thousands of laymen as well as holy men, had all the facilities and amenities for basic living.


Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Thinnai Organic Farm Resort Jafna or Similar

Day 5: Jaffna

Stop At: Jaffna Fort, Jaffna Sri Lanka
Jafna Port
Jaffna Fort is a fort built by the Portuguese at Jaffna, Sri Lanka in 1618 under Phillippe de Oliveira following the Portuguese invasion of Jaffna. The fort is located near the coastal village of Gurunagar. Due to numerous miracles attributed to the statue of Virgin Mary in the church nearby, the fort was named as Fortress of Our Lady of Miracles of Jafanapatão (Fortaleza de Nossa Senhora dos Milagres de Jafanapatão). It was captured by the Dutch under Rijcklof van Goens in 1658 who expanded it. In 1795, it was taken over by the British, and remained under the control of a British garrison till 1948. As the only large military fort in the country, due to the presence of only government and military buildings within its ramparts, it was garrisoned by a detachment of the Ceylon Army.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Nallur Kandaswamy Temple, Kovil Road, Jaffna 40000 Sri Lanka
Nallur Kandaswamy temple
The temple was originally founded in 948 AD. However, it reached fame when it was rebuilt in the 13th century by Puvaneka Vaahu, a minister of the Jaffna King Kalinga Maha. The Nallur Kandaswamy Temple was built for a third time by Senpaha Perumal (a.k.a Sapumal Kumaraya) who was the adopted son of the Kotte king. Nallur served as the capital of the kings of Jaffna, and was a highly defensive fort and city. There were courtly buildings, the palaces, businesses and much more.
The third built temple was destroyed by the Portuguese in 1624 AD; and many churches built over the ruins. The location of the original temple is now covered by the St James Church, Nallur. Part of the original Sivalingam from the temple remained in the vicarage, but was destroyed during the recent civil war. Now only the platform where it was mounted remains.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Jaffna Archaeological Museum, Navalar Road, Jaffna 40000 Sri Lanka
Jaffna Archaeological Museum
Archaeological Museum is located in Nallur, Jaffna, Sri Lanka. The land was given to museum by Arumuga Navalar Foundation, and front portion has Navalar Cultural Hall. The museum houses a rare collection of antiquities. Buddhist and Hindu religious collection are in big collection, which are in various forms of metal, wood and stone. The excellent collections begin in time from the period of ancient period Sri Lanka to the colonial era. Also, some of the archaeological excavations findings of Kandarodai can seen at this museum.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Jaffna, Jaffna, Northern Province
Dutch Kachcheri Building
Protected ruins of a building constructed during Dutch rule of Sri Lanka & a historical landmark.
Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Jaffna Market, Jaffna Sri Lanka
Jaffna Market
Visit Jaffna market and buy local products while enjoying the simple life style of local people.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Dambakola Patuna Sangamitta Temple, Madagal, Jaffna Sri Lanka
Dambakola Patuna Sangamitta Temple
After Mihindu Maha Thero brought Buddhism to Sri Lanka in 250BC, his sister, Theri Sanghamitta arrived in Sri Lanka with a Sacred Bo Sapling one year later to this port. The temple Samudda-panasala (Jambukola Viharaya) was built commemorating the arrival of the Bo sapling by King Devanampiya Tissa (250-210 BC). Later, the same king planted one of the first eight shoots of the Sri Maha Bodhi, on the same place where he kept the original tree before bringing it to Anuradhapura. King Vijayabahu I (1070–1110) has restored this site. The remains of the vihara, such as the Buddha footprint stone and vatadage seen up to recent times no longer exist there. This port gradually faded in importance while port Mahathiththa/ Mahathota/ Mantota (now Mantai) located at the mouth of Malvatu oya developed as a key intersection of sea-routes and the Dambakola Patuna Viharaya was lost in time.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Keerimalai Hot springs, Jaffna 40000 Sri Lanka
Keerimalai Hot springs
The Keerimalai springs is a renowned mineral water spring that is believed to have healing properties. Unlike other natural springs in the island, this spring forms two swimming pools with separate entrances for women and men. Dating back several centuries, Keerimalai springs is shrouded by local folklore of a Pandyan princess who built the Hindu kovil located nearby when she was cured of her horse shape head after bathing at the spring.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Casuarina Beach, Beach Road Karainagar, Jaffna 40000 Sri Lanka
Casuarina Beach
Spend some time resting relaxing and enjoying sunset in pristine beaches of Jaffna.
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Thinnai Organic Farm Resort or Similar

Day 6: Jaffna - Trincomalee

Stop At: Thirukkoneswaram Kovil (New Temple), Trincomalee, Sri Lanka
Koneswaram Temple
Koneswaram temple of Trincomalee or Thirukonamalai Konesar Temple – The Temple of the Thousand Pillars and Dakshina-Then Kailasam is a modern classical-medieval style Hindu temple complex in Trincomalee, a Hindu religious pilgrimage centre in Eastern Province, Sri Lanka sits on the site of historic Gokanna Buddhist temple. The most sacred of the Pancha Ishwarams of Sri Lanka, a promontory overlooking Trincomalee District, Gokarna bay and the Indian Ocean. Connected at the mouth of the Mahavilli Ganga River to the footprint of Shiva at Adam's_Peak at the river's source. Developed from 205 BC, the original kovil combined key features to form its basic Dravidian temple plan, such as its thousand pillared hall – "Aayiram Kaal Mandapam" – and the Jagati expanded by King Elara Manu Needhi Cholan. Regarded as the greatest building of its age for its architecture.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Trincomalee War Cemetery, Nilaveli Road, Trincomalee 31000 Sri Lanka
Trincomalee British War Cemetery
Is a British military cemetery in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka, for soldiers of the British Empire who were killed or died during World War II. Here is the list of some headstones: Warrant Officer D.J. Bennett, a Royal Air Force pilot, age 23 Lance Corporal D.V. Jones, a Royal Marine engineer Sergeant A.C. Cherry, a Royal Marine engineer, age 25 Steward G.A. Juff, H.M.S. 'Erebus', age 40 Able Seaman K.P. Andrews, H.M.S. 'Erebus', the 9th of April 1942, age 19 Bugler E. Broad, R.M. H.M.S. 'Erebus', age 18 Ordinary Seaman W.A. Dove, H.M.S. 'Erebus', age 20 Ldg. Aircraftman J.H. Price-Stephens, Royal Air Force, age 19 Air Mechanic R.A. Budden, H.M.S. 'Bambara', age 20 Ordinary Seaman L.D. Williams, Royal N.Z. Navy, age 22 Ldg. Aircraftman R.H.G. Chapple, Royal Air Force, age 28 Ordinary Seaman L.D. Williams, Royal N.Z. Navy, the 10th of July 1945


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Trincomalee, Trincomalee, Eastern Province
Fort Fredrick
Also known as Trincomalee Fort or Fort of Triquillimale, is a fort built by the Portuguese at Trincomalee, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka, completed in 1624 CE, built on Swami Rock-Konamamalai from the debris of the world-famous ancient Hindu Koneswaram temple. The temple was destroyed by the Portuguese colonial Constantino de Sá de Noronha under Phillip III, occupier of the Jaffna kingdom and Malabar country on the island. On the Konamalai cape was also built a new village of Portuguese and Tamil people, 50 Portuguese soldiers and inside the fort, a church named after "Nossa Senhora de Guadalupe". The Fort of Triquillimale was dismantled and rebuilt by the Dutch in 1665, renamed Fort Fredrick.
Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Elegant Green Beach Resort or Similar

Day 7: Pigeon Island

Stop At: Pigeon Island National Park, Public Beach Road, Nilaveli 31010 Sri Lanka
Pegion Island
Pigeon Island National Park is a famous marine national park of Sri Lanka. The total area of Pigeon Island National Park is 471.4 hectares (1.820 sq miles). Pigeon Island National Pigeon was established in 2003 under the supervision of Department of Wildlife Conservation. The Fauna of Pigeon National Park is a fine example of diversification with multi colored fish, shark, jelly fish, turtles and rock pigeon. The island also gets its name from Rock Pigeon, who use this island as a breeding ground. You will enjoy scrolling around in an island with about more than 100 species of corals and 300 species of coral fish. The pigeon island consists of two islands: small and large. The large island is famous for coral reefs fringe. The length of the Island is 200 meters while the width is about 100 meters. The smaller island is famous for the rocky islets surroundings. The place has an overall peaceful and enjoyable environment.


Duration: 8 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Elegant Green Beach Resort or Similar

Day 8: Trincomalee - Sigiriya

Stop At: Dam­bulla Oya, Dambulla, Sri Lanka
Village Safari With Lunch
Join this 2.5 hour tour for lifetime opportunity to be emerged in the nature and culture of real Sri Lanka Village. Your driver will pick up from hotel & drive by a Tuk Tuk to Ehhelagala Village, a beautiful rural area in Sigiriya city. Tour start with a Bullock cart ride near to the village pond & at there you will experience a Catamaran boat ride to the next side of the rural village. After short walk within the paddy fields & vegetable cultivation you can reach village house. At the village house, one village woman show you cooking demonstration on traditional Sri Lankan cooking. Then you can relax & taste a delicious Sri Lankan Lunch . Then take a Tuk tuk ride to tour start point.


Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Sigiriya The Ancient Rock Fortress, Sigiriya 21120 Sri Lanka
Sigiriya The Ancient Rock Fortress
Sigiriya rock fortress is the most visited tourist attraction in Sri Lanka. It is sometimes known as the Sigiriya Lion Rock, after its original name “Sinha-Giri”. The name comes from its palace entrance through a massive brick sculpture of a lion head. Only the paws of this sculpture remain at the foot of the rock today. Sigiriya rock fortress is a fifth-century fortified palace complex, which was used by King Kassapa (477CE-493CE). The Sigiriya rock abruptly rises 600 feet high from the surrounding plains. The ruins of King Kassapa’s royal palace are scattered on the peak rock plateau. The hike to the top is via 1200 steps. Some of them were constructed at the time of King Kassapa. The foothills and immediate surroundings of the Sigiriya rock were once an elaborate royal pleasure garden. The archaeological value of the site is immeasurable, perhaps unsurpassed in South Asia.


Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Elephant Entrance Habarana or similar

Day 9: Dambulla Caves Temple - Kandy

Stop At: Dambulla Royal Cave Temple, Kandy - Jaffna Highway, Dambulla 21100 Sri Lanka
Dambulla Caves Temple
Dambulla golden rock cave temple was home to thousands of meditating monks since its monastic beginnings in the first century BCE. Today the same cave temple hosts a massive collection of Buddhist murals and sculptures belonging to a pan-Asian artistic tradition. The cave temple was abandoned at regular intervals since its humble beginnings. Yet the royals and Buddhist elite kept renovating it to appease countless faithful pilgrims.


Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Ranweli Spice Garden, No. 99 Kaudupellella, Matale 21000 Sri Lanka
Spice Garden
Enjoy the Sri Lanka’s world renowned spices at their source. Visit a spice garden, where smells of cinnamons, pepper, cardamom, nutmeg and mace overwhelm the senses and the visitors are provided an insight into an age old industry of spice production, which attracted many a European and Asian merchants to the ports of ancient Sri Lanka.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, Sri Dalada Veediya, Kandy 20000 Sri Lanka
Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
The golden-roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth houses Sri Lanka’s most important Buddhist relic – a tooth of the Buddha. During puja(offerings or prayers), the heavily guarded room housing the tooth is open to devotees and tourists. However, you don’t actually see the tooth. It’s kept in a gold casket shaped like a dagoba (stupa), which contains a series of six dagoba caskets of diminishing size. As well as the revered main temple, the complex includes a series of smaller temples, shrines and museums


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Kandy Lake Club - Cultural Dance Show, 7 Sangamitta Mawatha, Kandy 20000 Sri Lanka
Kandy Lake Club - Cultural Dance Show
Calling it a traditional Kandyan dance performance is something of a misnomer as the shows are very much aimed at audience entertainment and contain dance routines and costumes from across the country, including the famous ‘devil’ dances of the west coast (which are very hard to see in their home region).


Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Regency Ray Hotel or Similar

Day 10: Kandy - Nuwaraeliya

Stop At: Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya Road, Peradeniya 20400 Sri Lanka
Royal Botanical Gardens
Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens, the finest of its kind in Asia, the largest of the botanical gardens of Sri Lanka, couldn't be better located. In the Mediterranean climate of Kandy, the gateway to the Central Highlands, the Gardens, at an elevation of 500 meters above sea-level, were tightly bounded on three sides by a loop of River Mahaweli, the largest river of Sri Lanka.


Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Glenloch Tea Factory, Nuwara Eliya Road, Katukitula 20588 Sri Lanka
Glenloch Tea Factory
Situated in Nuwara Eliya District at Katukithula on the way to Nuwara Eliya from Kandy. Glenloch tea plantation at Katukithula are been maintain using all the correct method of planting, Soil conversation and Maneuvering. Sri Lanka Become the bets land of most renowned beverage of the world. Sri Lanka silvering water falls process naturally the beauty of nature, also the most favorable factor of the climate and the best soil conditions required for the health grow of the Tea Plant. Experience, dedication and the practice of the correct technology and along with its natural resources Sri Lanka to earn the best reputation for its tea , Ceylon tea all over the world. Glenloch tea is one of the giant partners of its significant endeavor of Sri Lanka to become the world No:01 and the biggest producer of quality tea.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Nuwara Eliya, Nuwara Eliya, Central Province
Nuwaraeliya
Nuwara Eliya is a city in the tea nation slopes of focal Sri Lanka. The normally finished Hakgala Botanical Gardens shows roses and tree plants, and asylums monkeys and blue jaybirds. Close by Seetha Amman Temple, a beautiful Hindu sanctuary is improved with strict figures.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Sita Temple, Peradeniya-Badulla-Chenkaladi Highway, Nuwara Eliya 22200 Sri Lanka
Sita Temple
The Sita Amman Temple dedicated to Sita, the wife of Lord Rama, situated in the hills of Nuwara Eliya, is treated with enduring devotion by Hindus as it is considered to be the only such temple in the world. It is located five kilometres along the road from Nuwara Eliya to Kandy. History has it that this is the place where King Ravana held Sits imprisoned.What is interesting about the temple is the presence of footprints by the river, which is construed as being akin to Hanuman’s.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gregory Lake, Nuwara Eliya Sri Lanka
Gregory Lake
Gregory Lake was created in 1873 by the British era Governor at the time, Sir William Gregory, supposedly for the purpose of providing electricity. However, the lake was mainly used for leisure and recreation after it was built. At its peak of fame, Gregory Lake was the most prominent attraction in the area and was used as a place to relax by many visitors.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Ramboda Waterfall, Pussellawa Sri Lanka
Ramboda Waterfall
Ramboda Falls is 109 m high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass. It formed by Panna Oya which is a tributary of Kothmale Oya. Altitude of the falls is 945 m above sea level


Duration: 30 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Oak Summerbreez Hill Hotel Nuwaraeliya or Similar

Day 11: Ella - Yala

Stop At: Nanu Oya railway station, Avissawella - Hatton - Nuwara Eliya Hwy, Nuwara Eliya 22200 Sri Lanka
Nanu Oya Rail way Station
The train trip from Ella to Kandy in Sri Lanka, or the other way around, is considered to be one of the most beautiful train trips in the world. This train ride is seven hours long and takes you through stunning landscapes of green and lush tea plantations and mountain views. The train trip between Kandy and Ella is one of the highlights of Sri Lanka in our opinion, and you love it.


Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Nine Arches Bridge, Ella Sri Lanka
Nine Arch Bridge, Ella.
We will give you the most beautiful train ride in the world "Nanu Oya to Ella".
After the train journey you can visit Nine Arch Bridge. The Nine Arch Bridge in Ella is on the Demodara loop and spans 91 meters at a height of 24m. The beautiful nine arches make it a very picturesque spot especially as it is located in a dense jungle and agricultural setting.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Little Adam's Peak, Passara Road, Ella 90090 Sri Lanka
Little Adam's Peak.
Little Adams Peak whether considering the word ‘Little’,it is named after the sacred Adams Peak (Sri Pada where the foot print of Lord Buddha is preserved) regarding the similarity between the two mountains. Therefore the mountain was called as Little Adams Peak.
“Punchi Sri Pada” is another name for this peak. It is 1141 m in height. Little Adam’s Peak attracts many travelers who come to Sri Lanka. Gradually with an easy hike up to the mountain of Little Adams Peak you can consummation a worth panoramic view. You have to walk through lush green tea plantations, waterfalls and paddy fields while enjoying the sceneries


Duration: 2 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Monarathanna Villa Yala Or similar

Day 12: Yala National Park - Kataragama - Bentota

Stop At: Yala National Park Sri Lanka
Yala National Park
Yala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland, and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka. It’s home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants, and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species.


Duration: 4 hours

Stop At: Kataragama, Kataragama, Uva Province
Katharagama Temple
Ruhunu Katharagama devalaya in Kataragama, Sri Lanka, is a temple complex dedicated to Buddhist guardian deity Katharagama deviyo and Hindu War God Murugan. It is one of the few religious sites in Sri Lanka that is venerated by the Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and the Vedda people. For most of the past millennia, it was a jungle shrine very difficult to access; today it is accessible by an all-weather road. The shrines and the nearby Kiri Vehera are managed by Buddhists, the shrines dedicated to Teyvanai Shiva are managed by Hindus and the mosque by Muslims.


Duration: 45 minutes

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Marina Beach Bentota or similar

Day 13: Bentota Beach

Stop At: Bentota Beach, Bentota 80500 Sri Lanka
Bentota Beach
Free & Easy at Bentota Beach
This gives the visitor an ideal chance to stay in one and savour many different above water activities, Bentota has always been renowned as the water sport capital of Sri Lanka with the hoteliers in the area actively promoting water sports from adrenaline filled speed boat and jet ski riding, wind surfing, boogie boarding, water skiing, kite surfing, to a leisurely ride on a banana boat for the family & kids.

Duration: 4 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Marino Beach Bentota or similar

Day 14: Bentota - Colombo Airport

Stop At: Colombo, Colombo, Western Province
This completes the Sri Lanka itinerary 2 weeks with Elephant Shadow Holiday & Tours and depending on the time of your flight, you will be transferred to the airport directly from Bentota (2 hour’s drive).
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast
No accommodation included on this day.

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