Family 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 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 - Dambulla ( pinnawala/ Sigiriya rock climbing)

Day 2 – Dambulla ( pinnawala/ Sigiriya rock climbing)


Pinnawala is popular because of the Elephant Orphanage which  is an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Sri Lankan elephants located at Pinnawala village, 13 km (8.1 mi) northeast of Kegalle town in Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world.  Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is one of Sri Lanka’s most popular and wonderful animal attractions.

Sigiriya rock

Sigiriya is located in the Central Province of the Island, Sigiriya Rock Fortress is one of Asia’s major archaeological sites and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The area containing of Sigiriya and its closet cities are known as the Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka, due to their rich history and legacy to the culture of the country. Look in to the ruins of ancient kingdoms and temples of old, but also be prepared to experience the wonderful scenery and nature of the area from herds of elephants to a myriad of migratory birds.

Day 3 - Kandy ( cave temple/ Matale herbal garden/ city tour/ dance performance)

Day 3 – Kandy ( cave temple/ Matale herbal garden/ city tour/ dance performance)

Kandy, city in the Central Highlands of ithe island, at an elevation of 1,640 feet (500 metres). In 1592 it became the capital of the Sri Lankan kings, who preserved their independence during the period of European colonial rule—except for temporary occupations by the Portuguese and the Dutch—until 1815, when the British ousted Sri Wickrama Rajasinha.

Top attractions in Kandy

  • Kandy Lake
  • Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
  • Ceylon Tea Museum
  • Degal Doruwa Raja Maha Vihara
  • National Museum
  • Asgiriya Maha Vihara

Day 4 - Nuwaraeliya ( temple of tooth/ botanical garden/ ramboda falls)

Day 4 – Nuwaraeliya ( temple of tooth/ botanical garden/ ramboda falls)

temple of tooth

The golden-roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth houses Sri Lanka’s most important Buddhist relic – a tooth of the Buddha. During puja (offerings or prayers), the heavily guarded room housing the tooth is open to devotees and tourists. However, you don’t actually see the tooth. It’s kept in a gold casket shaped like a dagoba (stupa), which contains a series of six dagoba caskets of diminishing size.

ramboda falls

Ramboda Falls considered as one of the most beautiful water falls in Sri lanka.

This unique and beautiful Ramboda falls sight can be seen at the Pussellawa area of Nuwara Eliya, at the Ramboda Pass. The Ramboda Falls in Sri Lanka or Ramboda Ella or Puna Ella as these falls are called is created from Puna Oya, a tributary of Kothmale Oya. It makes a twin with Dunsinane Falls which is created by Pundalu Oya, also a tributary of Kothmale River, and combines at the base to form a Y shape.

And also the revered main temple, the complex includes a series of smaller temples, shrines and museums.

Day 5 - Nuwaraeliya ( visit tea factory/ AMBEWELA farm/ hakgala garden)

Day 5 – Nuwaraeliya ( visit tea factory/ AMBEWELA farm/ hakgala garden)


Located in the heart of Sri Lanka and is the country’s most essential tea production hub. You must have seen pictures of people on train getting clicked with beautiful scenery in the background yes that is one of the scenic train rides from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya offering breathtaking views. Some of the most popular sites to explore Nuwara Eliya are Ramboda waterfall, Tea plantations, Gregory lake, Victoria park… Etc.


Located in the hill station known as Ambewela (also fondly called ‘Little New Zealand’) is the famous Ambewela Farm. About 17km away from Nuwara Eliya, the farm seems rather out of place compared to the rest of Sri Lanka.

The farm was actually started with the help of the New Zealand government sometime in the ‘60s, and aside from producing milk, yoghurt, cream, and cheese, the farm is also a popular destination in Nuwara Eliya for foreigners and locals alike.

visit tea factory in Nuwaraeliya

Nuwara Eliya, a land of tea estates and waterfalls! Residing in the hill country in eternal winter temperate, covered with blankets of mist, and charmingly called as “Little England of Sri Lanka”. No matter which direction you gaze, the rolling hills decked up with green tea leaves will be a sight to behold.

For visiting the tea factories, there are no entry charges.You will also be accompanied by a guide who will explain the entire procedure  from tea plantation to tea packaging. Don’t forget to enjoy a hot cup of tea after the trip.

Day 6 - Yala ( city tour/ jeep safari)

Day 6 – Yala ( city tour/ jeep safari)


The most visited national park in Sri Lanka. Yala is well-known due to the Yala national park which is the most visited national park in Sri Lanka. Yala is home to beautiful light forest, green plains and lagoons, rich in wild life, you will get to witness elephants, crocodiles, buffaloes, aquatic birds and monkeys.

Day 7 - Yala ( full day safari)

Day 7 – Yala ( full day safari)

Yala jeep safari

A rather arid land with the highest density of leopards in the world! While the elusive cat is the star here, 215 species of birds and over 44 diverse mammals call this expansive space of wonder their home.

Bird Watching is quite an endearing experience in the National Park. Different species of birds such as the Paradise Flycatcher, Bee-eaters, eagles and jungle fowls keep giving special appearances as most people track the bigger animals. The area is covered mostly with scrub vegetation with over 280 species of plants.

Day 8 - Galle ( city tour/ stilt fishing)

Day 8 – Galle ( city tour/ stilt fishing)


The Remains of the colonial rule have also added value to the Sri Lankan culture and society and the fortress of Galle one such illustration.

The Galle Fort was built by the Portuguese, fortified later by the Dutch and is well preserved till today. In addition to the Portuguese and Dutch remains, you will also find many British mansions left behind. As for beaches, the Unawatuna Bay probably tops it all and is safe for snorkelling and swimming because a reef protects it.

Day 9 - Colombo ( coral garden/ turtle Hatchery/ city tour)

Day 9 – Colombo ( coral garden/ turtle Hatchery/ city tour)

stilt fishing

Stilt Fishing is one of the most interesting traditional fishing methods of Sri Lankan. Though stilt fishermen make the activity seem easy and comfortable; stilt fishing requires much skill and balance. A vertical pole with an attached crossbar is embedded into the sea floor among the shallows, or on a riverbed.

coral garden

Hikkaduwa coral garden situated at a distance of 98 km south of Colombo. Hikkaduwa is famous for its beautiful hikkaduwa coral sanctuary as well as international destination for board surfing. One of the best place for snorkeling and diving in Hikkaduwa. The under-water world of exotic Hikkaduwa coral reefs mesmerizes the onlookers.

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.

Day 10 - Departure

Day 10 – 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.