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Sri Lanka

$865 per person

Sri Lanka is often referred to as the pearl of the Indian Ocean
If golden beaches, rising waves, misty mountains, mighty elephants, stealthy leopards, giant whales, a majestic past, lovely tea and warm smiles could sum up a country, that would be Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka provide an array of holiday experience from sun kissed beach holidays to a marathon of wildlife watching and visits  to some of the oldest cities in the world.

It  has an honorable history that goes well beyond 2000 years! Some of the ancient cities still hold the splendor of these historic monuments and buildings, most having earned the title of world heritage sites.

The island is tiny yet its features are impressively diverse! Tourists can partake in and enjoy so many activities in so little time!

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Day 1: Airport – Colombo
On arrival you will be blessed to get your first taste of warm Sri Lanka hospitality. Our Guide will welcome you at the Airport and will guide you to the hotel. COLOMBO CITY TOUR drive through the city taking you to the busy commercial areas as well as the tree lined residential, Cinnamon Gardens, Visit Fort, the former British administrative Centre and military garrison, Sea Street - the Goldsmiths quarters in the heart of Pettah, the Bazaar area, where is also a Hindu Temple with elaborate stone carvings, and the Dutch Church of Wolfe dhal dating back to 1749. Also visit the BMICH, see the replica of Avukana Buddha & the Independence Square. The imposing Colombo National Museum, dedicated to Sri Lankan history, borders sprawling Vihara Mahadevi Park and its giant Buddha. Start shopping in Colombo, Visit ODEL, House of Fashion, Arcade Independence square, Racecourse, and Beverly Street, visit bargain market in Colombo Pettah. COLOMBO NIGHT LIFE - Colombo has such an active nightlife. After-dark entertainment takes place around the Fort and Cinnamon Gardens area of the city. A few bars that are popular with both locals and visitors include “In on The Green” adjoining Galle Face Hotel, Cheers Pub in Cinnamon Grand Hotel, Dutch Pub, Rhythm & Blue, and Koluu's Tulips on Duplication Road. If you plan to go dancing and clubbing, dress well and show up late. Most of the action doesn't get started until around midnight, and there is some competition for admittance. It is not unusual for parties of single men to be turned away. Once you're in, though, the party goes on all night Overnight stay in Colombo
Day 2: Colombo - Dambulla
After an appetizing breakfast checkout from the hotel & proceed to Dambulla En route visiting PINNAWALA ELEPHANT ORPHANAGE – Approx. 55 miles from Colombo, off the Colombo-Kandy Road is Pinnawela. Here an orphanage was started in 1975 to house abandoned and wounded elephants. The number of elephants has increased to more than 65 now; including baby elephants brought from various parts, as well more than 25 babies born because of the captive breeding programmer. The best time to visit is the feeding time from 0915- 0945hrs and 1415-1445hrs. And the bathing time from 1000-11.00hrs and 1500-1600hrs. When all the elephants are taken to the river close by. DAMBULLA CAVE TEMPLE first came to use as a refuge for King Valagambahu in 1st century BC. Concealed by the local monks upon returning from exile to his throne at Anuradhapura he had the magnificent cave temple built for them. The cave temple consists of a complex of Buddhist image houses. Its rock ceiling is one large sweep of colorful frescoes, some of which dates to over 2,000 years, which depicts Buddhist mythology, and the tales of the Buddha's previous births. This cave temple has the largest number of Buddha statues all housed in one place, including a 14-meter-long, colossal figure of the recumbent Buddha carved out of the rock. Check in the Hotel & Relax Overnight Stay in Dambulla
Day 3: Dambulla – Sigiriya – Minneriya – Dambulla
After a scrumptious breakfast proceed to Sigiriya, after you will enjoy a nice trip in the Jungle while riding the Elephant.


SIGIRIYA is a “UNESCO World Heritage Site” and the 5th Century “Fortress in the Sky” which is perhaps the most fantastic single wonder of the Island. It is also known as Lion Rock because of the huge lion that used to stand at the entrance to the Palace on the summit of the 600-foot-high rock. On its summit are the foundations of the Royal Palace, Water Tanks to supply water and all other buildings and at the edges the guardhouses. On one of the stairways the only known ancient work of Sinhala secular painting survived in the form of Frescoes of 21 life sized damsels still shining in their original colors. The Water Gardens, Fountain Garden, Summerhouses, Boulder Gardens, and the Caves within the enclosed area should not be missed. PIDURANGALA rock is an enormous rock located a few kilometers north of Sigiriya. The two rocks have an interlinked history: whilst King Kasyapa was building Sigiriya Rock Fortress in the 5th century, he moved monks living around the spot where King Kasyapa was cremated. There are glorious vistas of the surrounding landscape and an incredible view of the majestic Sigiriya Rock. HIRIWADUNNA VILLAGE TRECK This is a typical countryside experience with a jeep ride to the rural village of Hiriwadunna. The trek begins with a beautiful walk along to a man-made reservoir. You will also experience a boat ride, bullock cart ride, rural vegetable cultivation, paddy fields and enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan lunch at a Village house. In the evening Game drive in Minneriya national park MINNERIYA NATIONAL PARK is a national park in North Central Province of Sri Lanka. The area was designated as a national park on 12 August 1997, having been originally declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1938.[1] The reason for declaring the area as protected is to protect the catchment of Minneriya tank and the wildlife of the surrounding area. The tank is of historical importance, having been built by King Mahasen in third century AD. The park is a dry season feeding ground for the elephant population dwelling in forests of Matale Large numbers of Sri Lankan elephants are attracted to grass fields on the edges of the reservoir during the dry season. The Minneriya tank contributes to sustain a large herd. Elephants gathered here is numbering around 150- 200. Some reports account number of elephants to as high as 700. They migrate here from Wasgamuwa National Park and benefit from food and shelter of the park's forest. Tourists visit Minneriya largely because of elephants especially in dry season. Overnight Stay in Dambulla
Day 4: Dambulla – Kandy
After breakfast Proceed to Kandy, en route visit the Spice Garden SPICE GARDEN IN MATALE to see the different spices, which Sri Lanka is famous for. You will be introduced to different spices and shown how some of these spices are grown and processed In the afternoon city tour of Kandy KANDY, including Upper Lake Drive, Market Square, Arts & Crafts Centre, Gem Museum. Kandy the hill capital, venue of the annual Perahera The last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings was finally ceded to the British in 1815. Kandy is an example of the Buddhism's influence in Sri Lanka today. Temple's shrines and monasteries keeping alive Buddhist traditions are everywhere. ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDENS, PERADENIYA This majestic botanical garden is 147 acres in extent and was started in 1374 as a pleasure garden of the Kings of Gampola and Kandy. There are more than 5,000 species of trees, plants, and creepers. Some which are rare and endemic, as well as flora from the tropical world are found in the gardens. The Spice Garden and Orchid House are popular with tourists. There are 5 Palm Avenues beautifying the gardens, the earliest and tallest, Royal Palm Avenue, was planted in 1905 and the Double Coconuts from the Seashells Island, with the largest seed of all plants in the world, is one such avenue. By the evening experience a Colorful Cultural Dance Show where you will be taken to mind blowing Sri Lankan culture extravaganza… Get ready for Heavy drumbeat and acrobatic act. Overnight stay in Kandy
Day 5: Kandy – Bentota
After an appetizing breakfast checkout from the hotel & visit Kandy temple of the sacred tooth of relic, TEMPLE OF THE SACRED TOOTH RELIC - ever since 4th Century A.D, when the Buddha's Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka hidden from sacrilegious hands in an Orissan princess' hair, the Relic has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. It is considered Sri Lanka's most prized possession. Thereafter proceed to Bentota MARINE TURTLE CONSERVATION KOSGODA Globally, all seven species of marine turtles are endangered. Of these seven, five come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The process of marine turtles nesting, hatchlings being born, and swimming back to sea is fascinating to observe. The Kosgoda Conservation Project is an ideal way to learn and observe this endangered species MADU RIVER BOAT RIDE in the 915-hectare Maadu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Randombe Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than 10 major wetland vegetation types supporting over 300 plant species & 248 species of vertebrates. This remarkable diversity has led to its being classified under RAMSAR Convention on Wetlands in 2003. Overnight stay in Bentota  
Day 6: Bentota – Airport
Breakfast at Hotel Check out from the hotel & proceed to Airport
  • In the Indian Ocean
Things to do and see:
  • Climb Sigiriya
  • Get up close to elephants
  • Watch the wide animals in Yala national park
  • Know more about the buddhism
  • Trek through a Tea Plantation in Nuwara Eliya
  • Surf at Hikkaduwa
Eating out & Nightlife:
  • Enjoy a big variety of tropical fruits
  • Dig in all the sea food delicacies
  • Drink the authentic Ceylon Tea
  • Don’t miss the casino
Moving around :
  • Take a Tuktuk
  • The train in Sri-lanka is an experience by itself
Weather :
  • The best time to visit is between November and April
  Dress code:
  • Relaxing pants
  • Light dress
  • Short & T-shirt
  • Swimsuit
  • Sunglasses
  • Walking shoes
  • Anti-mosquitos Spray
  • The currency used in  Sri-lanka is Rupees
  • ATM machines are widely spread in Sri-lanka mostly in Colombo
  • Credit and debit cards are widely accepted even in smaller towns.
Visa :
  • Lebanese citizens can apply for online visa ( call us for further details)

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