Track leopard in the Yala National Park.
Explore the rainforest of Sinharaja.
Follow the herds of Elephants in Uda Walawe.
Take a morning excursion to spot the blue whale and dolphins.
Climb Sigiriya Rock, past ancient wall paintings and carved lions feet, before emerging to panoramic views of the Sri Lankan countryside.
Take a train into the heart of the tea growing area.
- Nuwara Eliya
- Yala National Park
- Uda Walawe
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Day 1 International outbound flight
International outbound flight
Today you begin your journey by boarding your international outbound flight to Colombo.
Day 2 Dambulla
Day 3 Dambulla
This morning you will visit Sigiriya Rock accompanied by your chauffeur guide, who will be able to provide you with the history of the area as you admire the views from the top of the rock. Later in the afternoon you will have a jeep safari, giving you the chance to see a variety of wildlife including elephants, sambar deer, monkeys as well as bird life.
Day 4 Dambulla
Day 5 Kandy
Today you travel to Kandy, en route you will visit the Dambulla Caves, dating back to the 1st century. All of the caves contain varying sizes of statues of Buddha. Additionally several of the caves have impressive ceiling frescos. In the evening you will visit the famous Temple of the Tooth in Kandy.
Day 6 Kandy
Day 7 Nuwara Eliya
You will be collected from your hotel and taken to the train station in Gampola. You will then board the train for the approximately four hour journey up to the tea country. The rail route rises slowly through the changing countryside. From Hatton the scenery is the most spectacular passing waterfalls and many tea plantations. You will be collected by your driver from Nanu Oya and taken on a tea factory tour on route to your hotel.
Day 8 Nuwara Eliya
An early morning start is recommended for your trip to Horton Plains as the views tend to be at their best in the morning. The 8km circular route takes you past firstly Little World's End and then World's End view points before passing Baker's Fall, a 20m high waterfall, on your return to the car. You will have the rest of your day at leisure to relax.
Day 9 Yala National Park
Day 10 Yala National Park
Day 11 Uda Walawe
Day 12 Sinharaja
Day 13 Galle
Day 14 Galle
This morning you will be taken on a guided tour of Galle Fort. The ancient city of Fort Galle has a real colonial feel given the previous Portuguese, Dutch and British presence there. The sleepy streets are dotted with some interesting colonial buildings. Your afternoon is at leisure on the coast.
Day 15 Galle
Day 16 International return flight
Galle , International return flight
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