• 3 days & 2 nights

  • 01.01.2024- 31.10.2024



  • Upon arrival at Bandaranaike International Airport, a tour representative will greet and meet you at the arrival lobby. You will then be transferred to Kandy, the hill capital of Sri Lanka. On the way, you will visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, a captive breeding and conservation institute for wild Asian elephants situated in Pinnawala village, 13 km northeast of Kegalle town in Sabaragamuwa Province. It is home to the largest herd of captive elephants globally.
  • As you continue your journey, you will visit two monasteries - Gadaladeniya and Lankathilaka Aramaya. The Gadaladeniya Temple is an ancient monastery built over a rock in Diggala, located in the district of Kandy. King Buwanekabaghu the Fourth built the temple in 1344 AD, according to an inscription carved into its walls. The temple was designed by the South Indian architect Ganesvarachchari in style similar to South Indian architecture. The Lankathilaka Aramaya, a Buddhist temple of the 14th century, is situated in the Hiripitiya village in the Udu Nuwara area of the Kandy district. This historical temple was built by King Buwanekabahu the Fourth (1341 – 1351 AD) in 1344 AD. Gampola, a stronghold on the banks of the Mahaweli River, was the king's capital.
  • After visiting the monasteries, you will head directly to the Oak-Ray Regency Hotel, a 3-star hotel in Kandy, and check in. In the evening, you will visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic and witness the Kandy Cultural Show.
  • Overnight stay at Kandy Hotel- Oak-Ray Regency Kandy -3***


  • Kandy Sightseeing Tour.
  • After having breakfast, you will drive to Udawatta Kele and spend a few hours there. Udawatta Kele Forest Reserve, also spelled as Udawatta Kele, is a historic forest reserve located on a hill ridge in Kandy, spanning 104 hectares. During the Kandyan kingdom, it was known as "Uda Wasala Watta" in Sinhalese, meaning "the garden above the royal palace".
  • Next, you will proceed to Kandy View Point, Arthur's Seat, which offers a stunning view of Kandy city, especially the lake. It is situated 550m above sea level on Rajapihilla Mawatha. En route, you will pay a visit to Bahirawakanda Temple, which has a famous landmark - a big Buddha statue that is easily visible from Kandy city center. It's just a five-minute drive away from the city center.
  • Then, you will drive a bit south of Kandy, over the city limits, to visit Embekke Devalaya and the famous Ambuluwawa Tower located on Gampola Road. The Embekke Devalaya was built by King Vikramabahu III of the Gampola Era in Sri Lanka and is dedicated to Kataragama deviyo. A local deity called Devatha Bandara is also worshiped at this site. Ambuluwawa Tower is a must-see site in Sri Lanka, located 3,567 meters above sea level and home to 200 plants belonging to 80 species. Although the climb to the top is a bit tough, the views from the top are worth it.
  • After a long and tiring day, you will return to your hotel.
  • Overnight stay at Kandy Hotel.


  •  Transfer to airport for departure .
  • After breakfast, you will pack your luggage and drive back to Colombo. On the way, you will visit and explore the Royal Botanical Garden in Peradeniya and witness the mesmerizing beauty of flora and fauna in Sri Lanka. As a tropical country, Sri Lanka is home to thousands of indigenous plants, which are preserved in various gardens across the island. The Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden is one such garden with a long history dating back to the 19th century. We welcome you to have a digital journey through this magnificent paradise. Later, en route, you will visit the Giragama Tea Factory to learn about the process of making "Ceylon Tea" and purchase different types of flavoured tea.
  • After the tea factory, you will continue heading to Colombo and stop midway to visit your final site, a Spice Garden where you can buy necessary items. Finally, you will be transferred to Colombo International Airport.
  • End of our services.



Take a fascinating stroll through the Sacred City of Kandy, now a popular UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Sacred Temple of the Tooth, situated in the Royal Palace Complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, the Kandy Lake, Queen’s Bathing Pavilion and Royal Audience Hall, amongst many other interesting sites. 


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is an orphanage, nursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants located at Pinnawala village, 13 km northeast of Kegalle town in Sabaragamuwa Province of Sri Lanka. Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world.


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 Buwanekabaghu the fourth. The temple was designed by the South Indian architect Ganesvarachchari in a design similar to South Indian architecture.


Lankatilaka is Buddhist temple of the 14th century in the Hiyarapitiya village, from the Udu Nuwara area of Kandy district in Sri Lanka. This historical temple was built by the Gampola king, King Buwanekabahu the fourth (1341 – 1351AD), in 1344 AD. Gampola was a stronghold on the banks of Mahaveli River.


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.


The lush forest cover of Udawatta Kele Sanctuary behind Sri Dalada Maligawa in Kandy has a long history dating back to many centuries. It was declared Tahansikele or forbidden forest by the Sinhala kings who ascended the throne when Kandy became the capital city.
It was a royal forest reserve where no one was allowed to venture. Located close to Sri Dalada Maligawa and the royal palace in this verdant jungle where among trees, creepers, lichen, mosses, ferns, grasses, fungi, and bacteria are found in abundance.

The forest remained impenetrable for over many centuries where wild boar, monkey, hare, squirrel scaly anteater, porcupine, and reptiles, monitor lizard, tortoise and varieties of birds, worms and insects live in perfect harmony with nature.
The pond in the heart of the jungle was the place where queens in the past bathed and used as their pleasure garden. At times of war, kings always used the forest for their defense against attacks and very often they escaped through the heavy foliage to a safer place.


In the Udu Nuwara area of the Kandy district lies a temple with a history of over six centuries. Built during the reign of King Wickremabahu III (1371-1394AD) who ruled in the Kingdom of Gampola, the temple is practically covered in wood carvings. The woodwork is confirmed by UNESCO as some of the best and most detailed in the world. The temple is dedicated to the god known as ‘Murugan’ by the Hindus and ‘Katharagama deity’ by the Buddhists.
The temple consists of three main areas. The first is the Sanctum of Garagha which is the inner sanctum where the statues of the god is located. Next is the Dance Hall or Digge which is representative of the king’s consort Henakanda Bandara, and where dancing events were held in the times of the kings. The final section is the Drummers’ Hall, representing the drummer Rangama and where musical events were once held.


Ever heard of Ambuluwawa Tower? If you’re in Sri Lanka for a day tour or a round tour Ambuluwawa Tower is one of the must see sites in Sri Lanka. You can get to Ambuluwawa Tower from Kandy or Gampola. Little knowledge about this site are, it is 3567 meters above from the sea level and there are 200 plants which belongs to 80 species. We know the climb to the top is a bit tough but then again you know hardest climbs always gives the best views. Some of the best views you can admire from this tower is, from

South –Sri Pada or Adams Peak
North –Mountain range of Knuckles
West –Bathalegala or Bible Rock
East –Piduruthalagala Mountain
If you visit on a day that has a clear sky and not misty you’ll be able to see the breathtaking view of Hanthana Mountain Range, Hunnasgiriya and the mountains in the Nuwara Eliya district. The Hanthana Mountain Range is known for being a lone warrior capable of withstanding anything that would be put its way, and home to many travelers and joyously giving out adventure to any who would seek it.


Royal Botanical Garden - garden includes more than 4000 species of plants, including orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees. Attached to it is the National Herbarium of Sri Lanka. The total area of the botanical garden is 147 acres (0.59 km2), at 460 meters above sea level, and with a 200-day annual rainfall. It is managed by the Division of National Botanic Gardens of the Department of Agriculture.


Sri Lanka and its tea plantations go hand in hand. In the central province of Sri Lanka stands Giragama Tea Plantation, a quaint village known for tea cultivation. Giragama was one of the first few plantations near Kandy, the heart of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka is one of the highest producers of tea in the world and this tea estate allows a tour inside where tourists can see how tea is processed with machines. Furthermore they can also purchase tea at the very same place.

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**** Terms & Conditions apply ****

Inclusions for the rate

  • Accommodation in standard rooms on half board basis at hotels specified or of similar standard.
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle from pick up at airport to drop off Colombo
  • Entrance fees and visits as per the itinerary
  • Temple of the Tooth Kandy
  • Peradeniya Botanical Gardens
  • Cultural Dance Show
  • Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
  • All transfers on Private basis in a Comfortable DUAL A/C minivan.
  • Service of a professional English Speaking Chauffeur guide. (Licensed with the Sri Lankan tourism board)
  • Hotels as above mentioned with daily breakfast and dinner.
  • Toll/Parking fees.
  • Government TAX/VAT (Kindly note that, this is subject to change in an event government changes its tax policy

Value added services

  •  Bottled water during the tour.
  • Gift Souvenirs.

Exclusions for the rate

  • Visa fees – 
  • Kandy Perahara Supplements
  • Entrance fees to sites not specified above.
  • Cost of beverage throughout the tour.
  • Expenses of a personal nature.
  • Tips and Porterage
  • Any other services not specified above
  • Optional excursions and additional services could be provided for which we will charge additionally.
  • Visits to wild life parks will be at client's own risk. 
  • Jeeps available are very basic with basic insurance cover (not comprehensive as in the case of vehicles used for tours).

Hotel rules & Regulations

  • The official check-in time at all hotels will be 1400hrs.
  • The official check-out time at all hotels will be 1200hrs.