14 Days Sri Lanka Tour Package

Day 1: Negombo

Your hotel in Negombo will be welcomed and escorted by one of our representatives as soon as you land at the Bandaranaike International Airport. After the lengthy flight, you can relax. We will go to Negombo, a port city, on our first day to see its well-known fish markets. Sand beaches, colonial buildings, seafood markets, and lagoons are all found in this city. You will get a taste of coastal Sri Lankan living and discover the country’s long-standing fishing industry. We’ll also see some colonial buildings constructed over many years when we visit the Negombo lagoon. A masterpiece of Dutch architecture is the Dutch fortification next to Negombo Lagoon.

Day 2: Anuradhapura

The following day, we’ll travel to Anuradhapura. In addition, King Pandukabhaya constructed it as Sri Lanka’s first capital city in 377 BC. This city, one of the most significant for Buddhists, is home to numerous revered Temples, Dagabas, and Monasteries. Sri Maha Bodhi, Ruwanwelisaya, Thuparamaya, Lowamahapaya, and Abhayagiritya are the eight holy sites that we shall visit. Lankaramay, Jetavanaramay, and Mirisawatiya. Also, a trip to the Black Water Pond will be made to see the hydrological engineering feats of ancient Sri Lanka.

Day 3: Polonnaruwa

We will be visiting Polonnaruwa, an old capital city, on the third day. This location provides a glimpse of Ancient Sri Lanka and its culture and is a treasure for archeology. In Sri Lanka, we’ll also stop by the Somawathi Temple and an old rainwater reservoir. Another significant location in this area that we’ll see is the stone-sculpted statues of Buddha.

Day 4: Sigiriya / Dambulla

The most notable feature of this location is Sigiriya Fortress Rock, also known as Lion’s Rock. It is one of the most well-known sites that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. To get to the top, there are 1200 steps to climb. One of your most amazing experiences will come from this. In the same location, we will also witness the Sigiriya Mirror wall and sweeping brush paintings.

Day 5: Sigiriya / Dambulla

On the fifth day, we will visit the Sigiriya village. Here, you can enjoy various village activities, meet with locals and understand the lifestyle of the place. In the evening we will visit the Minneria National park. It is mostly known for its finest wildlife experience and hosts an incredible Elephant migration. If we are lucky, we will witness this event with our own eyes.

Day 6: Kandy

We wouldn’t want you to miss Kandy. It is one of the nation’s most significant historical sites. The Kandyan Kingdom of ancient Sinhalese was headquartered in this city. It is situated in Sri Lanka’s middle highlands. You will see Sri Lanka in all its former splendor. We will wrap up the day with captivating traditional Sri Lankan cultural dances in the evening. The Kandy culture and Sri Lankan history are represented by these dances.

Day 7: Nuwara Eliya

A dream location is Nuwara Eliya. Because of its splendor, you will fall in love with this destination. Your heart will be gladdened by the lush green tea estate, which you will remember for the rest of your life. This is a top tourist destination in the nation, drawing both domestic and international visitors. We’ll explore waterfalls and pick strawberries with the locals after visiting tea plantations.

Day 8: Ella

The train track and train journeys through the hills in Ella are well known. Ella is full of bio-diversity, from lush green Tea plantations to hiking paths, breathtaking waterfalls, and rainforest mountains, but the most alluring of them is taking a train through the highlands. In this location, a lovely day will be had.

Day 9: Ella

We will also spend the ninth day here because this location has much to offer. You can capture the breathtaking beauty of this region and save it in your mind and possibly on your Instagram by taking a delightful trek to the widest waterfalls in the nation. Thus, make sure to bring your best camera lens. Other locations include those connected to King Ravana in the Hindu epic Ramayana.

Day 10: Yala

Yala National Park enjoys international acclaim. The spectacular nature and animal and bird migration in this area is its main draw. Here, it is possible to see wildlife such elephants, sloth bears, birds, wild water buffalo, leopards, etc. In order to receive blessings, we will also go to the Sithulawwa Rock Temple and the Kataragama Hindu Temple in the evening.

Day 11: Bentota

After all the mountain hikes and wildlife spotting, this is the place for relaxation. Bentota will greet you with another beauty of Sri Lanka. You will now see another beautiful part of Sri Lanka i.e. the beautiful beaches that face the great Indian Ocean. When you stand at the beach and face south, you will see the vast ocean which is the only thing that is separating you and Antarctica, there is hardly any landmass between.

Day 12: Bentota

We shall stay in Bentota once again for the following day to do more. In Sri Lanka’s west coast, there is a coastal community called Bentota. You can take a vacation from your usual walks, hikes, and waterfall visits. For the day, you can take a trip to the beach and unwind.

Day 13: Colombo

We will travel to Colombo, Sri Lanka’s commercial capital, on the thirteenth day. Colombo is Sri Lanka’s largest metropolis and is home to numerous administrative, historical, cultural, and contemporary attractions. You will delight in Sri Lanka’s contemporary city life and experience the attractiveness of the location.

Day 14: Departure

The last day of your trip to Sri Lanka is today. Before packing your luggage and your heart with the memories you’ve made on your trip, you can eat a hearty breakfast and spend the morning on the beach. You will be dropped off at the airport by Yovin Tour before saying goodbye.