A 4 days and 3 nights tour package of Kandy and Colombo with Sigiriya will make sure that you have the best Sri Lankan experience. The entire itinerary is designed keeping in mind your convenience and taste. Known for its magnificently colourful culture Sri Lanka is the hub for age-old traditions and unparalleled beauty. From pristine beaches to ancient monumental structures, Sri Lanka is truly a place to be.
- Visit to the UNESCO world heritage site of Sigiriya rock palace
- Excursion of Dambulla rock caves
- Cultural performance in Kandy
- Visit to the temple of tooth relic
- Visit to the tea plantation, herb and ayurveda garden in Colombo
Day 1 :Arrival in Colombo – Sigiriya
Upon your arrival in Colombo, our tour representative will greet and guide you straight to your first destination of Sigiriya which is located at a road journey distance of 4 hours and 30 mines where you will be duly checked in to your hotel where you will be spending the night. You also have the option of visiting the Minneriya safari or go on a visitation to the popular Sigiriya high altitude palace rock structure which is known to be one of its kind.
Day 2 :Sigiriya – Kandy
After having your breakfast you will be made to leave for the whimsical town of Kandy which is situated at a distance of 2 hours and 30 mines. En route you will be made to go on a brief sightseeing excursion of Dambulla rock cave temples – this temple is one of the most magnificent Buddhist complexes which contain Buddhist images, rock paintings with vivid colours and other important Buddhist structures. This place is situated at an elevation of 1,118 feet above sea level. You will then be made to visit the herbal and spice gardens which are dotted in the entire region.
You will then finally be made to proceed onwards to your final destination of the day, Kandy. In the evening by 5 pm you will be taken to be a part of the cultural dance performance.
You will finally be checked in to your hotel at Kandy where you will be staying the night.
Day 3 :Kandy – Colombo
Post breakfast you will be made to visit the temple of the tooth relic of Lord Buddha – this is the place which houses the tooth belonging to Lord Buddha and is one of the prime centres of attraction for Buddhists. This is also the spot from where one can savour some of the most panoramic views of the surroundings. After a brief morning sightseeing expedition, you will be made to leave for Colombo.
Colombo is located at a mere distance of 3 hours and 45 mines. Where en route you will be made to visit a local tea factory accompanied with a visit to herbal and Ayurveda garden which produces some of the most unique items which you can also take with you as souvenir items. You will also be made to visit the famous Pinnawala elephant orphanage – a sanctuary for orphaned baby elephants and visitors can also safely interact with these gentle giants.
Upon your arrival in Colombo, you will be immediately checked in to your hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 4 :Colombo – Departure
After breakfast, depending on the time of departure for your flight you will be checked out of your hotel and escorted to the airport from where you will be boarding the flight heading onwards towards your desired destination.
- Pick up and drop off service
- Complete sightseeing with guide
- Private cab service
- Meals as per the itinerary
- Complete tour manager assistance
- Any meals levied by the tourist
- Extra charges due to unexpected changes in plan
- Entrance fees or activities
- Portage, tipping etc
- Anything not mentioned in the inclusions section
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q.Why is colombo famous?
A. Colombo is famous for its urban vibrancy, colonial buildings and monuments, modern life and a thumping nightlife.
Q.Is sigiriya rock raavan’s palace?
A. Yes. Sigiriya is known as raavan’s rock palace. It has over 1,000 stairs that lead the tourist to the top.
Q.Is kandy worth visiting?
A. Kandy is blessed with lush greenery and trekking trails and is mainly famous for outdoor adventure activities.
Q.When is the peak tourist season in Colombo?
A. The peak tourist season in colombo is from January to march.
Q.Who built sigiriya?
A. Sigiriya was built by king kashyapa the first who had ruled the native sinhalese dynasty, the moriyas.