Day 1: Airport - Pinnawala - Dambulla Start Point Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayaka, Gampaha, Sri Lanka Arrival in Sri Lanka..
Agents will meet you and transport you to Dambulla. (Approximate travel time: 05 hours) * Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage - Application - Enter the road. On the Narrow, Colombo-Kandy road near Pinnawala, 55 miles from Colombo, an orphanage was founded in 1975 for orphaned and hurt elephants. Elephant populations have now surpassed 65. The slave breeding program resulted in the importation of 23 newborn elephants as well as elephants from various regions of the nation. The optimum hours to visit are from 9:30 to 10:00 till 13:30 to 14:00, and the best time to take a bath is from 10:00 to 10:30. Likewise, 14:00–14:30. when every elephant has been transported to the river. Continue to Dambulla, where you will check into your hotel. One of the great sights of the island is Sigiriya, a "World Heritage Site" and "Fortress of the Sky" from the fifth century. Because of the enormous lion that stood at the 600-foot-high rock's top palace entrance, it is also known as Lion Rock. The Royal Palace's foundation, water storage tanks for water delivery, and all other structures and watchtowers are perched on the cliff's edge at its summit. 21 live Damascus murals, the sole remaining example of an ancient Sinhalese secular art, are located on one of the stairway. A must-see are the water parks, fountain gardens, summer homes, boulder gardens
Day 2: Sigiriya Hotel Breakfast * Dambulla Cave Temple
A 500-foot-tall, solitary rock formation called Dambulla Cave has a mile-long perimeter around its base. King Walagamba was safeguarded by Dambulla Guha throughout his 14-year exile from Anuradhapura. He constructed some of the island's finest stone temples after regaining the crown. A Buddha statue made out of a rock that is 47 feet long may be found in the first cave. Buddhist gods are frequently depicted in art. The earliest artwork in this space is found on the walls and ceiling, but it dates to the Kandyan era. There are 150 living statues of the Buddha in different attitudes, including some of the best and largest ones, together with statues of gods and monarchs, in the second cave. Murals that portray significant occasions in the Buddha's life and significant moments in the history of the Sinhalese people decorate the ceiling. (It takes an hour and a half to get ready politely for a picnic.) Hotel room for the night in Dambulla.
Day 3: Dambulla - Kandy Breakfast at the hotel –
You'll be taken to Kandy early this morning (Tourist time approx: 03 hours) * See the 147-acre Peradeniya Royal Botanic Gardens (excursion lasts about 2 hours). It was established in 1374 as a theme park for the Gampola and Kandy kings. There are almost 4,000 different kinds of trees, plants, and animals. Gardens contain a number of rare, indigenous, and tropical plants. Tourists frequently visit the Spice Garden and Orchid House. There are five palm paths that add beauty to the gardens; the oldest and tallest Palm Avenue (Royal Palm Avenue) was established in 1905. Double Coconut from the Seychelles Island is one of these routes and has the largest seed of any plant in the world. Evening visit to the gem gallery visit the colorful Kandy cultural performance * AD Since the 4th century, when the sacred tooth relics were carried to Sri Lanka and hidden in the holy hands of Princess Orissa's hair, the relics' splendor and sanctity have grown. In Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. , and Spend the night in a Kandy hotel.
Day 4: Kandy - Colombo Hotel Breakfast Go to Colombo for City & Shopping (Travel time approximately: 03 and 1/2 hours) * Colombo –
You will be taken to crowded commercial districts across the city as well as accommodations in the woods, Cinnamon Gardens. View Fort, the 1749-old Dutch Wolfendale Church, the Bazar district, the stone carvings of a Hindu temple, and Goldsmith's official mansion in the center of Sea Street-Pita are all nearby. View Fort was also a previous British administrative center and military fortress. See the Aukana Buddha statue and Independence Square when you visit the BMICH. Odel Unlimited provides the whole family the chance to indulge their taste senses on a culinary adventure in addition to shopping for fashionable clothing in Colombo. Visit a hotel in Colombo for the evening.
Day 5: Colombo - Aiport End Point Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayaka, Gampaha, Sri Lanka
Breakfast at the hotel After breakfast, a transfer will take you to the airport to catch your trip back home will be provided. The tour and services are over.