Sri Lanka Ramayana Tour

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. Your first stop during the Ramayana will be Negombo. We will travel to Munneshwaram, the site of King Rama’s prayer to Shiva for atonement following the commission of “Brahmahasti,” the gravest sin in Hinduism. We shall also investigate the Manavari Temple, where Lord Rama put his first lingam as instructed by Lord Shiva. You can take the Negombo city tour in the evening.

Day 2: Anuradhapura

After breakfast the following morning, you will go to Anuradhapura. Moreover, this was Sri Lanka’s first kingdom. We’re going to Ritigala. This location features 70 caves and is related with Ramayana. Afterwards, we’ll see the intriguing rock-cut sculpture “The Man and Horse,” which is connected to the Ramayana Epic, at Isurumuniya, a lovely rock shrine.

Day 3: Jaffna

We shall travel to the Jaffna Peninsula in the morning. In Sri Lanka, this is where Hindu traditions are primarily practiced. The Nallur Kandasami Temple will also be on our itinerary. In Sri Lanka, it serves as a symbol of Tamil Hindu cultural pride. Then, on Nainativu Island’s Nagapushani Amman, and Keerimalai’s Naguleshvaram Kovil, respectively, will be explored.

Day 4: Trincomalee

After breakfast the following morning, we will travel to Trincomalee to see Thiru Koneshwaram. We’ll go to the Lakshmi Narayana Perumal Kovil in Nilaveli and the Sri Shankari Devi Shakthi Pitam nearby Koneshvaram. We shall unwind by the sea and take in the hotel environment in the evening.

Day 5: Trincomalee

After breakfast the following morning, we will visit the hot springs at Kanniyai. Hindu pilgrims hold the belief that anyone who visits the Kanniyai springs would be healed of both mind and body. We’ll also visit Pigeon Island and Nilaveli Beach.

Day 6: Sigiriya

The following morning, we will go to Sigiriya and ascend the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. You can observe a prime specimen of Sri Lankan prehistoric building and artistry here. We will also visit the Cobra Cave Temple, which is tucked away in the Sigiriya Rock Fortress complex’s boulder garden. The biggest concentration of Asian elephants is found in Minneriya National Park, where we will go on a Jeep Safari excursion.

Day 7: Kandy

After breakfast the following morning, we will go to Kandy. We can stop at the Dambulla Cave Temple on the way to Kandy. We will travel to the Temple of the Scared Tooth Relic in the evening to watch a traditional cultural dance from Sri Lanka. You can also go to Peradeniya Botanical Garden if you love the outdoors.

Day 8: Nuwara Eliya

Next day, we’ll travel to Nuwara Eliya to take advantage of the wonderful weather. Ramboda Waterfall is a place we can stop by and enjoy en route to Nuwara Eliya. We shall go to Divurumpola Temple and Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple later that day. We’ll tour some tea estates to take in the picturesque scenery and lush green surrounds. Hakgala Gardens and Seeta Amman Temple will also be on our itinerary.

Day 9: Ella

You’ll travel to Ella the following day, a region surrounded by forest, dotted with tea plantations, and home to stunning waterfalls. One of the most stunning locations in the nation is this one. This spot will win your heart. We will also spend about four hours on the Ella Rock Trail.

Day 10: Ella

We’ll return to Ella the following day to do additional exploring. After breakfast, you can ascend King Ravana’s enormously large creation, Ravana Ella Cave. Then in the evening, you’ll see the renowned Nine Arch Bridge, which spans the valley below and is flanked by lush forests and tea plantations.

Day 11: Yala

The following morning, after breakfast, we will travel to Yala to see the Kadiragamar Temple. This is a complex of temples to the Hindu War God Murugan and the Buddhist guardian deity Kataragama deviyo. Later in the evening, we’ll embark on a Jeep Safari and visit Yala National Park, Sri Lanka’s second-largest national park. Many species, including birds and elephants, will be visible.

Day 12: Galle

We will travel to Galle the following morning after breakfast. This is a stunning location that resembles a European city with European architecture. A beautiful bay tucked away in a forest is known as Jungle Beach, and we’ll also climb Roomassala and enjoy it. Also, we’ll go to the well-known Galle Fort, explore its ancient walls, watch the sunset from its walls, and eat a variety of things in the evening.

Day 13: Colombo

The following morning, we will arrive in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital and largest city. The city is home to numerous administrative, historical, cultural, and contemporary venues. Here, we will go to the Dutch Museum, Old Parliament, and Galle Face Green. Along with shopping, you may do some romantic shopping here.

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.