4 days & 3 nights
01.03.2023 - 31.12.2023
DAY-1 (Approx. 4 h 30 min Travelling time)
Arrival at Bandaranayake International Air Port.
Meet & Greet By Let’s See Asia Representative at the Arrival Lobby.
Proceed to Anuradhapura. The 1st Capital of Sri Lanka in 380BC
En -route Visit Dambadeniya Temple, Panduwasnuwara & Yapahuwa Rock Kingdom
Upon Arrival to Anuradhapura in the evening Visit Few sacred Places Such as Ruwanweliseya & Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi.
Check in To Hotel. Dinner & Overnight Stay at Anuradhapura Hotel as you selected
DAY-2 (Approx. 3 h 30 min Travelling time)
Breakfast at Hotel.
Visit other sacred places in Anuradhapura.
Proceed to Polonnaruwa. En-route visit Aukana statue.
Upon arrival to Polonnaruwa, explore the ancient city.
Check in to Polonnaruwa Hotel as you selected.Dinner & Overnight stay at Polonnaruwa Hotel
DAY-3 (Approx. 3 h 30min Travelling time)
Breakfast at Hotel
Proceed to Sigiriya . Climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress & Explore it
Thereafter proceed to Kandy. En-route visit Spice garden and gain knowledge of Sri Lankan Spices
After arrival to Kandy visit Temple of the scared tooth.
Later witness a traditional cultural show performed by upcountry dancers.
Check In to Kandy Hotel as you selected. Dinner & overnight stay at Kandy.
Dambadeniya is the third kingdom of Sri Lanka that became significant due to the Sacred Tooth Relic that was placed here during the rule of King Vijayabahu III in the 13th Century. It was initially used as a fortification, built on a rock, which was protected by a moat, marsh, ramparts and royal gardens. Vijayabahu’s successor was his son, King Parakramabahu the II who ruled till 1270. King Parakramabahu was known to be a genius and it was during his reign that the Dambadeniya Kingdom flourished.
Paduwasnuwara is one of the four centers of Wayamba Cultural quadrangle of the Central Cultural Fund. The history of the city runs back to 12th Century A.D. When the Indian invaders captured the temple of the tooth relic from the Yapahuwa Kingdom and took it to India. It was King Parakramabahu that fought for it and brought it back to Sri Lanka. The King decided to set up his temporary Kingdom in Panduwasnuwara which was around the 12th century. The Panduwasnuwara site is surrounded by ruins and buildings that covers over 20 hectares
Yapahuwa was one of the ephemeral capitals of medieval Sri Lanka. The citadel of Yapahuwa lying midway between Kurunegala and Anuradhapura was built around a huge granite rock rising abruptly almost a hundred meters above the surrounding lowlands. In 1272, King Bhuvenakabahu transferred the capital from Polonnaruwa to Yapahuwa in the face of Dravidian invasions from South India, bringing the Sacred Tooth Relic with him. Following the death of King Bhuvenakabahu in 1284, the Pandyans of South India invaded Sri Lanka once again, and succeeded in capturing Sacred Tooth Relic. Following its capture, Yapahuwa was largely abandoned and inhabited by Buddhist monks and religious ascetics
1st capital of Sri Lanka in 380BC .The ruins of Anuradhapura are one of South Asia’s most evocative sights. The sprawling complex contains a rich collection of archaeological and architectural wonders: enormous dagobas (brick stupas), ancient pools and crumbling temples, built during Anuradhapura’s thousand years of rule over Sri Lanka. Today, several of the sites remain in use as holy places and temples; frequent ceremonies give Anuradhapura a vibrancy that’s a sharp contrast to the museum-like ambience at Polonnaruwa
One of Sri Lanka’s most perfect and elegant statues, the Aukana Buddha lies to the west of the large Kala Wewa tank near Anuradhapura. The creation of both the temple and the tank (reservoir) is attributed to King Dhatusena in the 5th century. The statue stands 12m-high and is completely free-standing, carved from a single rock.
Built in the 11th and 12th centuries AD, Polonnaruwa is a listed World Heritage site. Here you can see the ruins of the Royal Palace, the Gal Viharaya, and four statues of the Buddha in 'Upright', 'Sedentary' and 'Recumbent' postures carved out of rock.
SIGIRIYA ROCK FORTRESS
Sigiriya was used as a Buddhist monastery until the 14th century. Sigiriya today is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. It is one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning. It is the most visited historic site in Sri Lanka.
KANDY /CULTURAL DANCE SHOW
Kandy is the second largest city in the country after Colombo. It was the last capital of the ancient kings' era of Sri Lanka. Kandy is the home of The Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa), one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world. It was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1988.
Embekka Devalaya was built by the King Vikramabahu III of Gampola Era in Sri Lanka. The devalaya is dedicated to Kataragama deviyo. A local deity called Devatha Bandara is also worshiped at this site
Gadaladeniya Temple in Sri Lanka is an old monastery built over a rock in Diggala in the district of Kandy. According to an inscription carved into the walls the temple was built in 1344 AD by King Buwanekabahu the fourth. The temple was designed by the South Indian architect Ganesvarachchari in a design similar to South Indian architecture.
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The official check-in time at all hotels will be 1400hrs.
The official check-out time at all hotels will be 1200hrs.