Sri Lanka plays a significant role in Ramayana, one of the most famous Hindu epics of all time. Come to trace Lord Rama’s journey during his fourteen-year exile. Our 6 day Mesmerizing Sri Lanka Tour takes you to all the epic locations. It will not only be a vacation for you, but also an adventure with historical knowledge. The trip will provide you with a unique pilgrimage and curiosity experience.
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The thrilling Ramayana journey begins with your arrival in Colombo, when you will be transported to Negombo. After arriving, you check into your accommodation and depart for a short travel to Negombo. You return to the hotel in the evening for an overnight stay.
The second day is exciting, as the sites to be visited are related to Lord Rama's Mythology. After breakfast, you depart for Muneshwaram and Manawari, where Lord Rama is said to have rested on his route back to Ayodhya after conquering King Ravana. He was also attempting to eliminate his adversaries, Ravana's warriors known as the Bhramins.
You continue your journey towards Kady, stopping along the way to visit the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, which houses approximately 70 orphaned elephants. You also go to the Herbal Garden and the Dalada Maligai, which is the most important spot for Buddhists because it houses Lord Buddha's relic. The day's activities conclude with a wonderful dance performance at a cultural presentation.
After breakfast, you travel to Peradeniya to tour the botanical gardens. The garden contains a wide range of plants and flowers, with the Orchid House being one of the most notable attractions.
You continue on to Nuwara Eliya, stopping at the Sri Baktha Hanuman Temple along the route. The area is distinguished by long lengths of tea plantations; you can also visit the tea factory to watch the manufacturing process. In the afternoon, you travel on a short sightseeing tour of Nuwara Eliya, which is a charming British-influenced town. The residences include well-kept lawns, an Anglican Church, and a golf course with lovely parks.
After breakfast, you will visit the Seetha Amman Temple and Ashoka Vathika; it is claimed that the Seetha Amman, a flowing stream, was of tremendous assistance to Sita during her stay at the Ashok Vatika. You could also visit the Huggala Botanical Garden. Divurumpola is a location where Seetha Devi performed the Agni Pariksha (fire test), and where residents still flock to pray.
On the way back, you stop at the Sri Lankatheeswarar Temple, which was built in 1974 by Gayathri Siddhar. You return to your hotel in the evening for an overnight stay.
You leave for Colombo immediately after breakfast. You go to the Anjaneyar Temple in Sri Lanka, Panchamuga (five faces), which houses Ajanyear's chariot. Then there's Kelaniya Temple, where it's said that when Ravana died, Vibeeshana was crowned King of Lanka and the coronation took place. The Ramayana was the main course of the Ramayan, and putting faces to the voices of Valmiki's epic is a whole new experience. Colombo, like many other capitals, is always ready to grow and develop, but it also has a large quantity of antique artefacts and historical significance. After seeing the sights, you return to the hotel and spend the night.
Your legendary voyage concludes with your return to the airport for your next flight.