4 Days/3 Nights
Travel to Colombo and Kandy, these 2 cities, will offers you an
opportunity to relish the splendor of this "green pearl" the
busting capital of medieval times of the Indian Ocean. Colombo, the
popping capital of Sri Lanka is a trail of development under the Western
Rules. Today Colombo is a main political, economical and cultural center
of Sri Lanka. Exquisite boulevard and elevated edifices are the
treasures of the colonization, transforming Colombo in to a remarkable
capital. On the other hand in the central highlands of Sri Lanka, there
perched Kandy, the capital of the last kingdom of Sri Lanka. Kandy was
the seat of power of the Singhala kingdom, the Buddhist and Singhala
traditions still embellish its atmosphere.
Day 1: Arrive at Colombo
On arrival at the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake, 30
km north of Colombo you will be received by our representative with a
warm welcome. There after you are driven to the hotel through the way,
enjoying the Negombo scenery while approaching Colombo. Over night stay
at the hotel.
Day 2: Colombo - Kandy
After relishing a typical mouth watering Sri Lankan breakfast, you are
taken to Kandy and on route visit a spice garden in Mawanella to enjoy
diverse variety of spices for which Sri Lanka is renowned for. Enjoy the
lunch at a local restaurant. In afternoon you will arrive in Kandy, get
refresh to explore some ecstatic moments in the hill region. Take a
cruiser in the picturesque Kandy Lake built by the last Sinhala King
Wickrama Rajasinghe in 1798 and also visit the nearby bazaar, the art /
craft center, a gem museum and lapidary. Later on you will visit to the
spectacular Peradeniya Botanical Gardens and wonder at the ethereal
accumulation of orchids, ornamental plants, spice plants palm trees and
much more. Also drive to the famous Temple of the Tooth Relic. Evening
has lot more in its store for you, engross yourself in a cultural show
depicting traditional Sri Lanka dances like Kandyan dance, and devil
dance or other up-country dances. You are then back in your hotel for
dinner and overnight stay.
Day 3: Kandy - Colombo
At the break of dawn, have your breakfast and then start on a cruise,
overland to Colombo. In Colombo you will reveal many meritorious sights.
Visit the magnificent fort, the fort complex houses the colonial
legacies. Major attraction of the fort is a 100-year-old clock tower and
several British constructed colonial structures, the old Parliament in
fort, a Hindu and Buddhist shrines preserving the ancient world zest
amidst the foray of architectural monuments and modernity. You will also
enjoy the surroundings of the Cinnamon Gardens.
Day 4: Depart Colombo
After breakfast, you are transferred to the Bandaranaike International
Airport for your departure flight. While way back enjoy the glimpse of
the palatial residences of the wealthy section. Go for bargain shopping
at Pettah, the shopping hub of Colombo.