This package is a creation exclusively for an adventurers that has 14 Nights with most amazing collection of activities and experiences that you will ever dreamt of.
• Enjoy the breeze at Kalpitiya with kitesurfing and amazing beach life.
• Admire Sri Lanka’s tea country on a magical train journey before relaxing in the hill resort of Nuwara Eliya
• Join a safari to spot leopards in the Yala National Park
• Explore the stunning beauty of Bentota beaches
• Kalpitiya – 2 Night
• Dambulla – 2 Nights
• Kithulgala – 2 Nights
• Nuwara-Eliya– 3 Night
• Yala – 2 Night
• Bentota – 3 Night
Extend the tour – Options
• Add more nights and enjoy the serenity in Colombo, the commercial capital of Sri Lanka
• Stay in Maldives for another 5 nights
• Car & Guide
• Entrance fees to Yala and Turltle Hatchery
• Government taxes and charges
Pick up from the Airport.
Kalpitiya is in Puttalam district, Sri Lanka. It is popular for it’s iconic beauty which brings through the schools of dolphins dancing through the waves and whales . This is known for a paradise for kite surfers and nature lovers. Hundreds of tourists getting attracted to Kalpitiya for it’s own beauty.
Hotel stay at Kalpitiya
Sigiriya is a popular tourist destination that is also considered as one of the oldest tourist site in Sri Lanka, being visited by travellers for past 1000 years. The ancient rock fortress and palace of Sigiriya, currently standing in ruin, still has magnificent opulence that is surrounded by beautiful gardens, reservoirs and other structures and attracts large influx of tourists visiting Sri Lanka.
Hotel stay at Dambulla
Kithulagala , popular among locals as it’s one of the best places to enjoy weekend gateawys.
As this amazing town located in the wet zone rain forest it is green and wet during the whole year.
Kithulagala is also a base of water rafting and a relaxing swim for adventure lovers. Beautiful scenery and mouth watering traditional rice and curry dishes will be added to your joy.
Hotel stay at Kithulgala
Ella to Nuwara-Eliya Train Journey-A fascinating train journey from Ella to Nuwara-Eliya a city in the heart of Sri Lanka known as the “Little England” which was established by the British in the 1840s as a base for the colonialists. This is an unforgettable train ride through the beautiful tea plantations, into the clouds and then weaves in and out of the many mountain tunnels enjoying a picturesque views and beautiful sceneries.
Pick your own tea-A visit to a tea plantation dressed up like a local and learn to pick up tea in the lush green hills of Nuwara Eliya.
Little Adam’s Peak-Popular trekking place in Ella a small town in hill county of Southern Sri Lanka. It is a nearly an hour’s hike to the top of the hill called Little Adam’s Peak which is one of the most scenic in the world. It’s a fascinating hike of a 150 year old track passes through tea planations, wooden bridges and rural villages.
Hotel stay at Nuwara-Eliya
Yala National Park is undoubtedly the largest and most popular in Sri Lanka for safaris. It consists of five blocks, all of which are at present open to the public. Ruhuna is the most visited Block among them. Visitors can expect to see wild elephants, wild boars, wild buffaloes, leopards, bears, deer and crocodiles. Large flocks of migratory and indigenous birds can be seen here.
Hotel stay at Yala
Bentota coastal town located in Galle District of the Southern Province which flourishes with love, romance and adventure, will make your stay in Bentota indelible. Bentota beach is one of the prettiest beaches that has long expanse of white sand. The sea is warmly inviting and usually calm for swimming and many more activities such as water skiing, jet skiing, mono skiing, wake boarding, banana boat rides, wind surfing, scuba, snorkelling, parasailing, paragliding, cannoning and diving among rich aquatic life. People who loves to fishing this is one of the best place for deep sea fishing. Maduganga river safari and river cruising has attracted by most visitors. Watching sunset in Bentota is a delighted experience. Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery, Brief Garden, Richy Skylark Helipad, Lunuganga are the other amazing places that you can visit for an amazing experience in this city.
Hotel stay at Bentota
Airport drop off
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The relatively undiscovered Kalpitiya peninsular and lagoon is located in North Western cost of Sri Lanka. 120 kilometers north of the capital Colombo, Kalpitiya is one of the most beautiful and untouched coastal stretches in the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. It is known for its serene beauty and the archipelago consists of 14 islands. This verdant, narrow strip of land is separated from the main island by the Puttalam Lagoon on one side and the Indian Ocean on the other, housing natural habitats of diverse fauna and flora.
Amaya Lake, Dambulla
Reasons to choose: Set on the tranquil banks of the magnificent Kandalama Lake, great views, outdoor activites
Girankiththa Eco Resort, Kithulgala
Located in Kitulgala in the region of Kegalle District, 24 miles from Kandy, Girankiththa Eco Resort features a barbecue and views of the mountains. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.
Certain accommodations include a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. Views of the lake, river or garden are featured in certain rooms.
Araliya Green Hills, Nuwara Eliya
Looking for that one room, one space and one atmosphere that could drown you in a flood of heavenly pleasures? Then head your way to the charming new world named as “Araliya Green Hills” which is, designed and brought to life, highlighting the simply stunning beauty of the surrounding topography.
Wild Trails, Yala
Discover the natural splendours of Yala National Park while enjoying an unforgettable camping experience out in the wilderness. Explore Wild Trails Yala… Our campsite at WildTrails is among the most unique Yala hotels in the area, set up right on the buffer-zone of the Yala National Park.
Cinnamon Bey Hotel, Beruwala
Reasons to choose: Near the beach, great pool area, Good quality food
Best times to travel
Low Season (May–Aug)
The Yala monsoon season (May to August) brings rain to the south and west coasts plus the Hill Country. The weather in the North and East is best. Prices nationwide are at their nadir.
Shoulder (Apr & Sep–Nov)
April and September offer the best odds for good weather countrywide. New Year’s celebrations in mid-April cause transport to fill beyond capacity. A good time to wander without a set schedule of bookings.
High Season (Dec–Mar)
The Hill Country plus west- and south-coast beaches are busiest – and driest. With beds in demand, prices peak. The Maha monsoon season (October to January) keeps the East, North and Ancient Cities wet.
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