Heritage 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.

Day 1

Day 1 – Arrive/ Negombo

Arrival to Sri Lanka

our representative meet you at the airport and transfer to the hotel in Negombo.

Negombo is known as a “Little Rome” by the locals where many Catholics live.
The mouthwatering dishes and the viberant night by the beach is kick start for your journey in Sri Lanka. Overnight stay at Negombo

Day 2

Day 2 – Anuradhapura

In the morning, visit the fish market, the old Dutch fort, St Mary’s church and Katuwapitiya church where the Easter attack faced and Angurukaramulla temple. Later we proceed to Wilpattu national park and then heading to Anuradhapura.
Overnight stay at Anuradhapura.

Overview 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 3

Day 3 – Polonnaruwa

After breakfast, have a city tour around the ancient city and heading to Giritale anotherancient city and later coming to Polonnaruwa second largest ancient city in Sri Lanka.
Evening you will have a ride along the city to withness the Buddha statues and other ruins. Overnight stay at Polonnaruwa.

Overview Polonnaruwa

The second kingdom of Sri Lanka is Pollonnaruwa, further boosts and carried forward the identical greatness prevailed earlier. The human built tanks of Pollonnaruwa simply come to terms with gaze of some of the great oceans of the world. This symbolized the fact that the Sri Lankan civil society was purely built based on the agrarian sector. The ingenuity of engineering knowledge skill and craftsmanship of Sri Lankan ancient artists have produced wonders which have mesmerized the entire globe.

Day 4

Day 4 – Sigiriya

After breakfast, we’re heading to Sigiriya, which is considered as the 8th wonder of theworld. After climbing the rock, you will be visiting a village where the people engage in chena cultivation as their livelihoods.
Overnight stay at Sigiriya

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 5

Day 5 – Kandy

After breakfast, we’re heading to Kandy via Matale where you can visit a spice garden. On the way we are going to see the Cave temple in Dambulla. Evening you can have a city tour and visit to the Temple of Tooth. If the time allows, you can witness a cultural dance performance. Overnight stay at Kandy.

Overview of Kandy

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 6

Day 6 – Nuwaraeliya

After breakfast, we’re heading Botanic garden in Peradeniya and along the way to Nuwaraeliya, we are stopping at to see Ramboda falls. Evening leisure time in Nuwaraeliya. Overnight stay at Nuwaraeliya

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.

Day 7

Day 7 – Nuwaraeliya

In the morning, we are heading to Horton plains, known as World’s end. Then you can have a city tour and visit to a tea factory, Lover’s leap falls, Sithaamman temple and Ambewela farm. Overnight stay at Nuwaraeliya

Horton Plains

Horton Plains, Sri Lanka’s only national park declared a World Heritage Site, is an eerie highland plateau popular with hikers. A circular trail of 10 km length winds through cloud forests and open grasslands. Major attractions are scenic spots such as Baker’s Falls and the two spectacular panoramic viewpoints called “Big World’s End” and “Litte World’s End”. Horton Plains, situated at an elevation of more than 2000 meters above sea level, is Sri Lanka’s only national park within the hill country and the only one where hiking  is permitted without ranger, though strict rules have to be observed within the national park boundaries.

AMBEWELA farm

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.

Day 8 - Galle

Day 8 – Galle

After breakfast, we’re heading to Galle and having a city tour and watching stilt fishing in the
beach. Evening you can have leisurely stay at the beach.
Overnight stay at Galle.

Overview of Galle

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.