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Majestic Sri Lanka Tour – 4 Nights & 5 Days

Colombo - Kandy – Nuwara Eliya - Bentota – Colombo
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Duration

4 Nights & 5 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

40 people

Languages

English, Hindi

The day is set aside for touring in Nuwara Eliya after breakfast. Visit the charming coastal village of Bentota, which is recognised for providing unforgettable experiences. Bentota, also known as the ‘City of Golden Beaches,’ is a great destination to unwind and share wonderful moments with loved ones. This location offers water activities, historical sites, and coral reef exploration through glass boats. After checking in, your day is reserved for a city tour and entertaining activities. Visit the popular beaches to unwind and soak up the rays. Take a leisurely stroll while taking in the peace and beautiful splendour.
Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, is a world-renowned destination with alluring beaches, rich heritage, exotic wildlife, stunning landscape, and several amazing architectural wonders and places of worship. Majestic Sri Lanka Tour, which lasts 4 nights and 5 days, allows travellers to explore and experience the best of this pristine and peaceful destination. You will have the opportunity to visit popular Sri Lankan destinations such as Colombo, Kandy, Bentota, and Nuwara Eliya during this well-planned tour by Times To Travel.

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Day 1 : Arrival in Colombo - Kandy (3 hours)

When you arrive at Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport, our tour representative will meet you and take you to your designated vehicle for the transfer to Kandy. Stop along the trip to see the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. A home for abandoned, injured, and orphaned elephants that is cared for by carers and volunteers. Walk up to a nearby river with an elephant herd to watch them play and bathe. Later, proceed to Kandy, the final capital of ancient Sri Lankan rulers. Kandy, set among hills, is the country's second largest city and one of seven World Heritage sites gifted with immense natural beauty. This picturesque city is home to verdant meadows, a magnificent lake, and Sri Lanka's longest river.
Kandy touring begins after check-in. The first stop of the day is to the Temple of the Tooth Relic, also known locally as Sri Dalada Maligawa. This temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's most respected Buddhist sites. The Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, a haven for nature lovers, are next on the itinerary. Every year, nearly 1.2 million people visit this garden, which is spread across 147 acres of lush terrain. It is home to over 300 different types of orchids, medicinal plants, palm trees, and spices. Later, visit the magnificent Gem Museum, which produces the world's finest quality gems and semi-precious stones, including gleaming sapphires in a variety of colours such as green, white, red, blue, and even purple.

Day 2 : Kandy – Nuwara Eliya (2.5 hours)

After breakfast at the hotel on day 2, depart for Nuwara Eliya, often known as the City of Lights. This wonderful city, surrounded by lush tea plantations and hills, has been blessed with nice weather, colourful meadows, a green environment, and spectacular views of the mountains and valleys. This settlement is also known as 'Little England,' since it was founded as a typical English hamlet by the British. A country house-style hill club with trophies and hunting photographs, a formal dinner linen, a bricked post office, a horse race track and an 18-hole golf course are all evidence of this. When you arrive, check into the hotel.
Explore Nuwara Eliya's popular attractions, including as Victoria Park, the golf course, and the trout streams. After that, you can go boating and fishing on Lake Gregory. Your next stop should be at a tea plant to witness the manufacturing of the world's finest Orange Pekoe tea from the slow-growing tea bushes of this highland region. Other places to consider visiting include Haggala Gardens and Seetha Eliya. The latter is a temple from the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana, while the former is a temperate hill-country garden with languid low-country lotus and water lily floating in immaculate surroundings.

Stay in Nuwara Eliya for the night.

Day 3 : Nuwara Eliya – Bentota (5.5 hours)

The day is set aside for touring in Nuwara Eliya after breakfast. Visit the charming coastal village of Bentota, which is recognised for providing unforgettable experiences. Bentota, also known as the 'City of Golden Beaches,' is a great destination to unwind and share wonderful moments with loved ones. This location offers water activities, historical sites, and coral reef exploration through glass boats. After checking in, your day is reserved for a city tour and entertaining activities. Visit the popular beaches to unwind and soak up the rays. Take a leisurely stroll while taking in the peace and beautiful splendour.

During the city tour, take a boat ride along the Madhu River, where you may admire the beautiful environment and dense mangroves that cover various islets. You can also go to the Turtle Hatchery here if you want. The Wildlife Protection Society opened this hatchery in 1981, and it is the primary turtle breeding facility. Large tanks with newly born turtles can be found. When these turtle pups are 2 to 4 days old and have been fed, they are released into the sea, usually during the dark hours when it is safe.

Day 4 : Bentota – Colombo (2 hours)

After breakfast on the fourth day of the tour, prepare to return to Colombo, Sri Lanka's commercial capital and largest city. This busy colourful city on the west coast is a combination of colonial and modern influences. The city is filled with architectural marvels, including colonial constructions with British, Portuguese, and Dutch influences, as well as Hindu, Buddhist, Islamic, contemporary, and Indian monuments. It is also a popular shopping place for tourists. After completing the check-in procedures, you can begin your Colombo city tour.
Viharamahadevi Park, Galle Face Green, Fort area, National Museum, Old Parliament Building, Twin World Trade Centre towers, and Independence Hall at Independence Square are among the must-see tourist attractions in Colombo. The city also has houses of worship for several religions such as Buddhist, Hindu, Islam, and Christianity. Evenings can be spent shopping in Colombo's popular markets like as Odel, House of Fashion, Beverly Street, Majestic City, and Noritake.

Stay in Colombo for the night.

Day 5 : Departure from Colombo

On the final day of the tour, you get some free time after breakfast. Later, you will be transferred to the airport to board your aircraft to your next destination.

4 Night – 5 Days

English
Hindi

Tour's Location

Colombo - Kandy – Nuwara Eliya - Bentota – Colombo

Why is Sri Lanka well-known around the world?
Sri Lanka is well-known for its rich Buddhist culture and other religions. Sri Lanka, as a religious country, has several places of religious and historic significance that draw tourists from all over the world.
When is the best time to visit Sri Lanka?
The optimum time to visit the west and south coasts, as well as the Cultural Triangle, is between December and April, while the east coast has the best weather from May to October.

What distinguishes Sri Lanka from India?
One of the most significant geographical distinctions is that Sri Lanka is an island, whereas India is not. Sri Lanka is known as the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean." As a pearl shimmers in the sunlight, Sri Lanka is an island that outshines India in so many ways.

Why is Sri Lanka known as the Teardrop of India?
Sri Lanka has also been dubbed "the tear drop of India" due to the island's tear drop form and proximity to India. It's also known as "The Pearl of the Indian Ocean." Sri Lanka is often known as "the nation of smiling people" in honour of its pleasant population.

What is the national dish of Sri Lanka?
Fish ambul thiyal (sweet and sour fish curry)
Kottu (also known as kottu roti)
Curry with kukul mas (chicken curry)
Dhal curry parippu
Lamprais.
Hoppers (also known as appa or appam)
Polos (curry of green jackfruit)
Wambatu moju (pickled eggplant/brinjal)
What is Sri Lanka's national drink?
Tea - The national beverage, which is believed to be among the greatest in the world. Toddy: A somewhat alcoholic fermented drink tapped from palm trees - frequently illegally - and consumed throughout Sri Lanka. Arrack: A strong liquor created from palm tree sap. All around the country, fresh coconut water is served straight from the shell.

What are the top five intriguing facts about Sri Lanka?
You might be surprised to learn that the national sport is.
Sri Lanka is obsessed with tea.
There are enough of waterfalls to keep the lights on.
They know how to liven things up.
A Buddha tooth lays beneath the ceiling of a temple in Kandy.
Rice always comes before curry, and there is no exception.
Is Hindi spoken in Sri Lanka?
Sinhala and Tamil are official languages in Sri Lanka, and English is a recognised language.

What is the most well-known fruit in Sri Lanka?
Thambili - Also known as the King Coconut, the orange thambili is one of Sri Lanka's most cherished fruits.
What is the most well-known product in Sri Lanka?
Ceylon tea - Tea is one of the most well-known Sri Lankan products. Sri Lanka is well-known for its delicious Ceylon tea, particularly the well-known Lipton tea brand. Sri Lanka also produces many grades of black tea as well as flavoured teas such as Lemon tea, Cinnamon tea, Ginger tea, Mint tea, and Hibiscus tea.

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