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Sri Lanka Individual Tours


14 Days, 13 Nights
Arrival from the airport and transfer to a nearby hotel.
Leave for Pinnawala Elephant orphanage. Witness the feeding of orphaned baby elephants, elephants bathing and frolicking in the river after their meal. Leave for Habarana. Visiting Dambulla cave temples on the way. Stay overnight at Habarana. Dambulla rock caves history dates back to 1st century BC, where King Walagambahu took refuge here once and later he turned the caves in to a temple. In Dambulla cave temple some of the ceiling paintings are over 2000 years old.
After Breakfast climb the Sigiriya Rock fortress built by King Kassapa in 5th century AD also known as the Lion Rock. The king’s palace was on top of the rock with water ponds. Marvel the world famous frescoes on the wall depicting goddesses from heaven. Late afternoon go on a safari to Minneriya National Park. Overnight Stay in Habarana.
In the morning, visit the mediaeval capital of Polonnaruwa (11th century &12 century). Polonnaruwa was the capital after fall of Anuradhapura. See the ruins of once a beautiful city, fortified with three concentric walls, parks, gardens, and many shrines. Go on an elephant ride in the afternoon. Overnight stay in Habarana.
Morning leave for the first capital of Sri Lanka, Anuradhapura. Anuradhapura was Sri Lanka’s first capital founded in 5th century BC and is considered as the cradle of Sri Lanka’s civilization. Anuradhapura has the world’s largest archeological sites. After the tour of Anuradhapura leave for Mihintale the cradle of Buddhism and the history dates back to 247 B.C. This is where King Devanampiyatissa met Arhath Mahinda the great Buddhist missionary who came from India and preached the Buddhist doctrine to the King. The King having embraced Buddhism declared the forest he met Arhat Mahinda as a sanctuary, the first historically documented sanctuary in the world. Back for the night to Habarana.
Leave for Kandy. Kandy is the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings, which is a world heritage site. Visit a spice garden on the way. Drive around the Kandy Lake built by the last king Sri Wickramarajasinghe in 1806; visit the Kandy town bazaar, the arts and the crafts center and a gem museum. In the evening, visit the temple of the tooth relic thereafter witness a traditional cultural dance show. Stay overnight in Kandy.
Visit the botanical gardens in Peradeniya which was established in 1821, and it is one of the best of its kind in the world. Proceed to Newara Eliya. Visit a Tea Factory en route. Newara Eliya is a very picturesque location almost 1950 Meters above sea level with its soft English spring climate. The town is decorated with buildings ranging in style from Georgian to Queen Anne. Parks, trout streams, 18 hole golf course. In the afternoon leave to Ella via Bandarawela. Relax around the pool or on the terrace of your bungalow in front of the stunning view of the 98 Acres Resort & Spa. Dinner and night at the 98 Acres Resort & Spa.
DAY 8 
In the morning leave to Haputale and visit the Adisham Monastery. The construction of the monastry was completed in 1931 and named after the original owners’ birthplace in England. This stately former country home of Sir Thomas Villiers is located on a ten acre magnificent property in tranquil Haputale. The house was designed in the Tudor style, on the lines of Leeds Castle in Kent, with stout granite walls of locally quarried stone, long, narrow turret windows and chimneys. In the afternoon back to Ella via Bandarawela. Relax or easy trekking to the Little Adam Peak, just 1h walk away from the 98 Acres Resort & Spa. Dinner and night at the 98 Acres Resort & Spa.
Leave for Yala from Ella. Visiting Ravana Falls and Sita Amman Kovil. Yala National Park is the most popular wild life sanctuary among the visitors who come to the country. See the large herds of elephants, leopards, spotted deer, sambur, barking deer, monkey, wild boar, wild buffalo, sloth bear, and wide varieties of bird species endemic and migratory. Witness the majestic peacock performing its mating dance with the colorful plumes spread. Game drive from 3pm to 6pm, dinner and overnight in Yala.
DAY 10
Second day in Yala National Park for other two game drives: the morning safari starts from 6am till 10am. The afternoon safari is again from 3pm till 6pm. Special dinner and overnight at Yala.
DAY 11
Leave for Talpe, a destination that continues to be a favorite private beach who look for sea, sun and sand . Overnight stay at WB Villa.
DAY 12
Relax on the beach.
DAY 13
Visit Galle fort which is a World Heritage Site with a history dating back to 1587 when the Portuguese took Galle from the Singhalese kings. Leave to Wadduwa. Dinner and night in one of the finest colonial villas of Sri Lanka, the Reef Villa & Spa.
DAY 14
Proceed to Airport for departure. 
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