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Enjoy Sri Lankan ecotourism which is a growing niche sector. It gives you the opportunity of enjoying multifaceted attractions such as the highest mountains, the longest sea beaches, the world’s greatest religions (Buddhism & Hinduism), magnificent civilization, glorious traditions, artistic monuments, the incredible diversity of landscapes, climates, flora, and fauna, unparalleled bio-diversity, topographical variations, etc. Ours is the ultimate in diversity, beauty, and culture, all combined with one of the best treasures of the world warm, friendly, and smiling people. 

Departure & Return Location

Bandaranaike International Airport (Google Map)

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

5.30 amDeparture from Colombo - Kandy

We’ll meet at 5. 30. at your hotel for a “Welcome to Sri Lanka” meeting. Then we’ll take a meandering tour to  Sri Lanka’s most charming Ancient town.

9.30 amPinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Elephant Orphanage Pinnawala Sr Lanka is located close to Kegalle town, halfway between Colombo & Kandy.
Elephant Orphanage Pinnawala is the only Elephant orphanage in Sri Lanka that was established in 1975 and started with 5 orphaned elephants the current population is 93 of both sexes / all age groups. The prime purpose of the Pinnawala Elephant orphanage is to provide refuge for the elephants which are injured/orphaned & abandoned in the wild. This orphanage is operating as a breeding ground too since 1980. Most of the new arrivals are babies and after a few days of quarantine, they are released into the herd and welcome happily. The orphanage covers an area of a 23-acre land in the middle of the county & managed by the Department of National Zoological Gardens. This is the largest captive herd of elephants in the world belonging to the Elephas maximus Maximus.


12.30Lunch at Galaha Hela Bojun

“Like to enjoy a typical Sri Lankan meal? The ideal place is Hela Bojun Hala which is a few minutes away from Kandy city at Gannoruwa. Crispy hoppers, Hot hot wades & a wide variety of mouth-watering local sweets are available & very cheap in price. Most of the food is made in the restaurant while you watch. Good place for evening tea too.
Not a place to be missed on your visit to Kandy. 

1.30 pmPeradeniya Botanical Garden

The origins of the Botanic Gardens date as far back as 1371 when King Wickramabahu III ascended the throne and kept court at Peradeniya near the Mahaweli river. This was followed by King Kirti Sri and King Rajadhi Rajasinghe. A temple was built in this location by King Wimala Dharma, but it was destroyed by the British when they were given control over the Kingdom of Kandy.

Thereafter, the groundwork for a botanical garden was formed by Alexandar Moon in 1821. He used the garden for coffee and cinnamon plants. The Botanical Garden at Peradeniya was formally established in 1843 with plants brought from Kew Garden, Slave Island, Colombo, and the Kalutara Garden in Kalutara. The Royal Botanic Garden, Peradeniya was made more independent and expanded under George Gardner as superintendent in 1844. On Gardner’s death in 1849 George Henry Kendrick Thwaites became superintendent. He served until he resigned in 1879 when he was succeeded by Henry Trimen, who served until 1895

6.00 pm Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a world-renowned place of worship, where the left Canine tooth of Gautama Buddha is enshrined. The temple which is venerated by thousands of local & foreign devotees and tourists daily was named a world heritage by  UNESCO  in 1988.

The temple which carries a lot of value to Buddhists all over the world also has immense cultural value. The architecture is of unique Kandyan architectural style with a combination of the unique style used to build “Dalada Mandira” the shrines which housed the Sacred Tooth Relic previously in other kingdoms.

The temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is built in the city of Kandy near the ancient Royal Palace which is situated to the North of the temple and the forest reserve called “Udawaththa Kelaya” to the East. The famous Kandy Lake is also known as “Kiri Muhuda” to the South and “Natha & Paththini Devala” in the West. The temple is adorned with intricate carvings using gold, silver, bronze, and ivory.

End of the day back to the Hotel