Beach tour package

At the Colombo airport, you will be met and greeted by our breeze representative and after that, you will be driven to your hotel in Negombo. Once you reach your hotel, you will have the opportunity to freshen up & relax and spend the rest of the day at your leisure.

Day 1 - Arrival/ Negombo

Day 1 – Arrival/ Negombo

Negombo

Negombo is a sunny, coastal town mere 20 minutes from the Katunayaka Bandaranaike International Airport, it is the ideal place to start or end your journey in the island. Affectionately dubbed as ‘Little Rome’, Negombo offers a variety of things to see and do, from medieval churches, a noisy fish market and access to fresh seafood and some of the most wonderful beaches of the country. Negombo’s rich history; with a predominant Dutch influence is apparent throughout the town.

Day 2 - Mirissa ( turtle Hatchery/ coral garden/ surfing/ leisure)

Day 2 – Mirissa ( turtle Hatchery/ coral garden/ surfing/ leisure)

turtle Hatchery

Sri Lanka shelters a good count of endangered species across the globe, and one of the most exciting species amongst them is the sea turtle. The hatcheries along Sri Lanka’s western coast regularly witnesses a good count of sea turtles. Swimming all their way through the mighty Indian Ocean, the Sea Turtles reach hatcheries during their hatching period. To protect these frequent Galle sea coast visitors, the Galle Sea Turtle Hatchery of Sri Lanka was established around 40 years ago.

Surfing

It’s been not too many years since surfing has come into the frame of this fabulous island and gained blistering popularity, making Sri Lanka widely-known tropical surf paradise.

And there’s a good reason for that. Warm water, palm-fringed sandy beaches and all kind of surf spots for any taste and level: reef breaks, beach breaks, point breaks. Variety is the keyword.

Day 3 - Mirissa ( dolphin watching/ leisure)

Day 3 – Mirissa ( dolphin watching/ leisure)

dolphin watching

Southern coast of Sri Lanka is best fit for dolphin and whale watching. It gives you an opportunity to watch hundreds of dolphins swimming alongside and diving under your boat, riding waves, jumping, spinning, twirling and leaping out of the water in a magical display, is a magnificent experience you will never forget in your lifetime.

Day 4 - Kataragama ( Kataragama temple)

Day 4 – Kataragama ( Kataragama temple)

Kataragama

Kataragama is a temple complex dedicated to Buddhist guardian deity “Kataragama deviyo” and Hindu War God Kathirkamam. It is one of the few religious sites in Sri Lanka that is venerated by Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and the Vedda people. As such, the Kataragama festival (middle of each year) is visited by the rich, poor, and all religions alike. It is a spectacle of sound, light, faith and fervour Guests can visit Kataragama at any time of the year

Day 5 - Arugambay ( leisure)

Day 5 – Arugambay ( leisure)

Arugam Bay

Arugam Bay in Sri Lanka is known as a surfers paradise and one of the best beaches in Sri Lanka. It is one of those areas in the world you have to visit at least once in a lifetime. With world-famous Yala National Park as its neighbor, Arugam Bay is lucky to be surrounded by loads of wildlife like monkeys, elephants, and crocodiles. The bay is trendy and a great place to spend at least 3 days. Use this Arugam Bay Guide to plan your visit.

Day 6 - Arugambay ( Surfing/ leisure)

Day 6 – Arugambay ( Surfing/ leisure)

Surfing

It’s been not too many years since surfing has come into the frame of this fabulous island and gained blistering popularity, making Sri Lanka widely-known tropical surf paradise.

And there’s a good reason for that. Warm water, palm-fringed sandy beaches and all kind of surf spots for any taste and level: reef breaks, beach breaks, point breaks. Variety is the keyword.

Day 7 - Trincomalee

Day 7 – Trincomalee

Famous for its deep, sapphire-blue harbour, its powdery beaches and charming Hindu culture, Trincomalee has always been one of Sri Lanka’s most captivating destinations. Located along the far-flung north eastern coast of Sri Lanka, it is easy to reach from the Cultural Triangle, and can be accessed via air from a handful of locations in Sri Lanka.

Day 8 - Trincomalee ( hot water wells/ pigeon island/ temples)

Day 8 – Trincomalee ( hot water wells/ pigeon island/ temples)

Kanniya hot water spring

The Kanniya Hot Springs is a site with hot wells located in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka. There are seven wells in a square shape. Wells are only 3–4 feet deep and you can clearly see the bottom.

Day 9 - Puttalam ( Anuradhapura city tour)

Day 9 – Puttalam ( Anuradhapura city tour)

Anuradhapura

The reigns of Anuradhapura communicate to the entire world the unparalleled grander of Sri Lanka. Anuradhapura is  the first ever kingdom of Sri Lanka. The reigns of Anuradhapura communicate to the entire world the unparalleled grander of city which was once the center of buddist education and civilization. Even at present in the vicinity of Abayagiri stupa the vestige of visible which has been used by the five thousand monks? The mammoth size of these platters further establishes this fact. The gigantic elephant pond which is the size of five Olympic standard pools liberates the humongous nature of this civilization. The largest Stupa found in Sri Lanka the Jethawanaramaya is considered the tallest brick made structure in the world.

Day 10 - Kalpitiya (dolphin watching/ beach leisure)

Day 10 – Kalpitiya (dolphin watching/ beach leisure)

dolphin watching

Kalpitiya is best fit for dolphin and whale watching. It gives you an opportunity to watch hundreds of dolphins swimming alongside and diving under your boat, riding waves, jumping, spinning, twirling and leaping out of the water in a magical display, is a magnificent experience you will never forget in your lifetime.

Day 11 - Negombo (city tour/ beach leisure)

Day 11 – Negombo (city tour/ beach leisure)

Negombo

Negombo is a sunny, coastal town mere 20 minutes from the Katunayaka Bandaranaike International Airport, it is the ideal place to start or end your journey in the island. Affectionately dubbed as ‘Little Rome’, Negombo offers a variety of things to see and do, from medieval churches, a noisy fish market and access to fresh seafood and some of the most wonderful beaches of the country. Negombo’s rich history; with a predominant Dutch influence is apparent throughout the town.

Day 12 - Departure

Day 12 – Departure

An opportunity will be provided for you to spend some free time in the morning. You will be transferred back to airport and dropped off at the Bandaranaike International Airport in time for your flight (at least 2-3 hours before your flight. If not, you have the option of being driven to your choice of destination