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You decide your one day tour. with Jonathan’s guidance. It doesn’t matter where you are Airport, Colombo, Negombo Bentota or any part of the country we will be with you.
Our representative will welcome at the airport and 3hours drive you will be in (Kandy, Sigiriya,Galle, Dambulla)

Propose 01 (depending on the time and place)

Kandy paying a visit to the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. A riverside sanctuary which cares for elephants displaced from their wild habitats. The Pinnawala Elephant orphanage established in 1975 commenced with seven orphans. The orphanage is home to hundreds of abandoned or injured elephants who are looked after with warmth, love and affection.

Stopping by at the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens en route. 147 acres of lushness with over 5000 species of trees and plants many of which are rare or endemic, a spice garden and an Orchid house are yours to explore. Enjoy a city tour of Kandy – the last kingdom of the Sinhalese king. Taking in the sights of the Upper Lake Drive and the Market Square on the way to pay homage to one of the most sacred religious sites in Sri Lanka. The Temple of the Tooth or Dalada Maligawa where the ‘tooth relic’ of Lord Buddha is preserved for posterity. A walk around town and indulge yourself in souvenir hunting with intricate treasures in wood, copper, silver, brass, ebony, bronze, ceramics, lacquer work, handlooms, batiks factory, gem museum and reed-ware to choose from.

Evening’s cultural show, where vibrant costumes and pulsating rhythms of traditional dance forms from centuries old rituals will enthrall you.

Propose 02 (depending on the time)

Leave for an excursion to the Heritage city of Galle. For centuries Galle has stood strong against invasions - from colonial powers and nature’s volatile outbursts. The famous Dutch Fort was first built by the Portuguese, fortified by the Dutch and preserved by the British. Battered daily for over 400 years by the ocean it even survived the onslaught of a tsunami and is enjoyed today by residents and visitors alike. The colonial architecture of the walled city too has resisted the advance of modernity and holds tightly to its past glory.

Continue the journey along the coast taking in the unique sight of Stilt Fishing along the shores of Ahangama. An iconic image of Sri Lanka, Stilt Fishing is a skill handed down from one generation to the next: an ancient tradition that is sadly on the decline. Further along the coast, you will visit the Turtle Hatchery at Kosgoda - a successful conservation effort established to protect Sri Lanka's turtles from extinction. (optional depending on time - watching corals/Whale watching)

Propose 3 (Sigiriya)

The Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Dating back to the 5th Century A.D, this astounding ‘city’ on the summit of a high outcrop was the royal citadel of King Kassapa for over 18 years. A miraculous feat of artistry and engineering, its unique features and exquisite frescoes continue to amaze all who visit it, even today. Sigiriya may have been inhabited through prehistoric times. It was used as a rock shelter mountain monastery from about the 5th century with caves prepared and donated by devotees to the Buddhist sanga . The garden and place were built by king Kasyapa 477-495 AD following Kasyapa’s death it was again a monastery complex upto the 14th century after which was abandoned. The ruins were discovered in 1907 by British Explorer John Still.

Today Sigiriya is famous for its Mirror wall which consists of poems and paragraphs carved by visitors to the rock many years ago and for its magnificent frescoes of Shapely bejeweled maidens, vibrant colours and the water garden similar to the Ajantha frescoes in India. Sigiriya is in fact the best preserved city center in Asia from the first millennium and has been named as a UNESCO word heritage site and 8th wonder of the world.

Propose 4 (Dambulla Cave Tour)

Dambulla is a world heritage site in Sri Lanka located north of Kandy in Matale district. The town of Dambulla is built around a large granite outcrop concealing an impressive Buddhist cave temple complex Raja Maha Vihara dating from the 1st century BC. It is the largest and best preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.

The murals covering an area of 2,100 sq. ft. meters including depictions of Buddha’s temptation by Mara and Buddha’s first sermon. Dambulla Cave Temple is the best preserved cave temple complex in the country with beautiful statues and paintings.

Propose 5 (Galle Fort, Whale and Dolphin watching)

Leave for an excursion to the Heritage city of Galle. For centuries Galle has stood strong against invasions - from colonial powers and nature’s volatile outbursts. The famous Dutch Fort was first built by the Portuguese, fortified by the Dutch and preserved by the British. Battered daily for over 400 years by the ocean it even survived the onslaught of a tsunami and is enjoyed today by residents and visitors alike. The colonial architecture of the walled city too has resisted the advance of modernity and holds tightly to its past glory.

Whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa is one of the most exciting water activities you can do in Sri Lanka during your holiday. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in Sri Lanka.

In a warm Indian ocean you can see Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso's dolphins and Striped dolphins. Sometimes you can see turtles and various fish species, for example Bluefin tuna and flying fish.

Propose 6 (Colombo city tour)

The Above Mentioned day tour Program Can Be Changed According to your requirements.