Sri Lanka Tour From Colombo – 4 Nights & 5 Days

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Sri Lanka is a popular tourist destination known for its beaches, scenery, and tea. If you want to explore this captivating beach country, Times To Travel’s 4-night and 5-day Sri Lanka Tour from Colombo is ideal, combining the best. This well-planned itinerary combines architectural, cultural, and scenic highlights. The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, a Kandyan Dance performance in Kandy, and Nuwara Eliya’s ‘Little England’ are among the highlights of this tour.

Please keep in mind that this is just an example of a possible itinerary. We tailor holidays to your specific requirements. Please contact us if you require any changes so that we can tailor a vacation to your specific requirements for an unforgettable international tour.


  • An excursion to the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
  • sightseeing in Kandy, a location of international significance, including the Temple of the Tooth
  • Discover Nuwara Eliya City Tour of Colombo, which includes the Galle Face Green, Sri Lanka's "Little England,"

Day 1 : Colombo-Pinnawela-Kandy

When you arrive in Colombo, meet our tour guide who will assist you in an escorted transfer to Kandy. On the way, stop by the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, a prominent Sri Lankan site that houses around 65 orphan elephants. When you arrive in Kandy, check into your hotel. You are then free to spend the rest of the day as you like. Explore the surroundings on your own, go to the local market, connect with the residents, eat popular local dishes, and more. Stay in Kandy for the night.

Day 2 : Kandy Tour

On day 2, after breakfast, go touring in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. This historic city, located at 480 metres above sea level, is surrounded by the Kanda Udu Rata hills and is home to a multitude of tourist attractions. Kandy was the home of Sri Lanka's final independent monarchy. The day's attractions include the Botanical Gardens, the Temple of the Tooth, and the Peradeniya University campus. When in Kandy, take in the beautiful city views from Upper Lake Drive. Don't forget to go shopping at the local markets for some lovely silks, jewellery, gems, batiks, and handicrafts. Attend a Kandyan Dance performance in the evening (optional). Spend the night.

Day 3 : Kandy-Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast, check out and arrange for an escorted transfer to Nuwara Eliya. Visit a tea estate and factory on the route. This location is recognised for being at the highest elevation in Sri Lanka and provides beautiful views of Piduruthalagala, the tallest peak at 2555 metres. Nuwara Eliya was founded by the British in the nineteenth century and was affectionately known as "Little England." Today's visitors come to enjoy the wonderful weather and to tour the colonial-style bungalows. Visit a factory and a plantation to see the entire tea brewing process. Nuwara Eliya is where you'll spend the night.

Day 4 : Nuwara Eliya- Colombo

After an early breakfast, travel to Colombo, stopping at Devon Falls and St. Clair's on the way back. The largest city in Sri Lanka, it is a modern, vibrant, and bustling city that clings to its colonial past. When you arrive, check out the popular tourist attractions such as the influential residential Cinnamon Gardens, Fort and Pettah, the Galle Face Green, the local market for shopping, and so on. Spend the night.

Day 5 : Departure from Colombo

After breakfast on the final day of the tour, take an assisted transfer to the airport to catch your flight home.

  • MAP (Room + Breakfast + Lunch/Dinner)
  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Pickup-Drop
  • Cab Transfer
  • Veg & Non Veg Meals
  • Welcome drink on arrival (Non-Alcoholic)- 2 Pm to 5 Pm Available Only
  • Accommodation in well appointed A/c rooms with satellite connection LCD TV, electronic safe, Mini Bar( chargeable) and intercom.
  • Buffet/TDH Menu as per the plan selected.
  • MAP – Breakfast and either Lunch or Dinner
  • Complimentary use of Tea/Coffee maker in all rooms replenished once a day, Hair dryer on request. Any additional requirement will be at an extra cost.
  • Excess baggage fees
  • Advance seat reservations
  • Entry visa fees
  • Optional extensions & excursions
  • Personal, baggage & travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Geverages
  • Items not specifically mentioned in the itinerary or "included features" list
  • Any items of a personal nature
  • UNUSED SERVICES: Unused services cannot be refunded once the trip has begun. No refund can be made for absence by travelers from any part of the itinerary.

Tour's Location

Is it worthwhile to visit Colombo, Sri Lanka?

As previously stated, Colombo is not worth visiting unless you have EXTENDED time in Sri Lanka. You'd be better off spending your time in the mountains or on the coast. If you are determined to explore the city, 1-2 days is plenty of time to see everything worth seeing.

What is the significance of the name Colombo?

The term 'Colombo,' originally used by the Portuguese in 1505, is thought to be derived from the classical Sinhala name kolon thota, which means "port on the river Kelani."

What is Sri Lanka famous for?

This is a magical island, formerly known as Serendib, Taprobane, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, and Ceylon. Sri Lanka is well-known for its high-quality tea, rubber, and coconut, as well as unusual spices.

Why is Pinnawala well-known?

Pinnawal, well-known for its elephant orphanage, has gained popularity among all visitors to Sri Lanka. This resort is known for its lush nature, deep history, and renowned architecture.

When does Pinnawala bathe?

The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. However, the best time to visit the famed sanctuary is between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., when the elephants come out to go about their daily activities. The elephants are fed at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., and they are bathed from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

In Pinnawala, how many elephants are there?

On February 16, 1975, the late Hon. Minister Kalugalle realised the project, which is now home to 93 elephants.

Why is Nuwara Eliya well-known?

The town of Nuwara Eliya is best known in Sri Lanka for its tea industry. Apart from the tea plantations, popular attractions in the town include Horton Plains National Park, Gregory Lake, and Sita Temple.

Is it worthwhile to visit Nuwara Eliya?

Nuwara Eliya is a popular halt on the famous hill train route between Ella and Kandy. If you take the train, you can get off at Nanu-Oya station and take a Tuk Tuk (3-wheeler) to your hotel. It's worth noting that Nuwara Eliya is a large city. So, before you book, double-check the location of your accommodation!

What is the name of Sri Lanka's coldest city?

Nuwara Eliya is recognised for its temperate, chilly environment - it is Sri Lanka's coolest location.

What is the Nuwara Eliya dress code?

Smart casual attire is permitted in the clubhouse's Bar and Lounge. Except in the locker rooms, golf shoes and waterproof gear are not permitted in the clubhouse. Jeans, tracksuits, Polo T-shirts (no collars) and training shoes/sneakers are not allowed on the course or in the clubhouse.


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