Discover of Sri Lanka
For those who want to discover the hidden gems of Sri Lanka, our Discover Sri Lanka package is a great option. This package includes off-the-beaten-path experiences, such as hiking in the Knuckles Mountain Range, visiting local tea plantations, and exploring the lesser-known beaches of Sri Lanka.
Looking for a complete and hassle-free Sri Lankan tour? Our package includes a meet-and-assist service on arrival/departure and a tour itinerary with a knowledgeable English-speaking chauffeur guide. You’ll travel in comfort and style in an air-conditioned micro van/car to visit various sites, with accommodation on a double sharing basis, and a delicious bed and breakfast meal plan.
Enjoy the best of Sri Lanka’s wildlife with entrance fees to Wilpattu, Pigeon Island, Minneriya, and Yala National Parks. Private jeeps are also included for an optimal safari experience. Stay hydrated with complimentary 500ML mineral water bottles each day and stay connected with a mobile SIM card that comes with a data facility. Additionally, applicable local government taxes are covered in the package. Please note that tips, bar, laundry, telephone calls, personal expenses not specified above, lunches, and dinners are not included in the package. Entrance visa fees or visa authorization and air tickets (both domestic and international) are also not included.
On arrival, you will be met by NF TRAVELS representatives at Bandaranayake International Airport(BIA) and transferred to the hotel in Negombo, Rest of the day at leisure and overnight stay at the hotel in Negombo.
Breakfast at the hotel, and a city tour of Negombo, This beach town located just a few kilometers away from the Bandaranaike international airport is full of surprises for wanderlusts. The diverse array of restaurants, pubs, and accommodation choices this metropolis offers perfectly reflect this beach town’s exultant vibe. It is also a historically interesting location owing to the stains of Dutch-influenced architecture that remain intact in the town’s landscape, not to mention the ancient Dutch fort, and several churches constructed during the Dutch colonial era that are thronged by pilgrims daily.
Among other amazing sightseeing options are the breathtaking sunsets, the bustling fish market, and hand-made catamarans used by local fishermen that set sail in the evenings. Boat rides are also available to explore the Dutch canals, mangrove forests, or the nearby marshlands of Muthurajawela.
After completion of the city tour, return and overnight stay at the hotel in Negombo.
Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Anuradhapura, En-route visit The Wilpattu national park, which features natural lakes, sand-rimmed water basins and various kinds of birds, After completion of the Jeep Safari at the Wilpattu national park, leave to Anuradhapura, overnight at the hotel in Anuradhapura.
Breakfast at the hotel and proceed to Sri Lanka’s first ancient capital, Anuradhapura.5th BC-9th century AD and the center of the island’s Buddhist civilization. In antiquity and interest, it is the equal of any ancient “buried city” The island’s oldest Buddhist shrines- the same dating back to the 3rd century BC are found here. Impressive white ‘Dagabas’ (relic chambers) and monuments, embellished with handsome stone carvings and sculpture, at the oldest documented tree on earth-The Sri Maha Bodhi (over 2000 years old). Pleasure gardens, beautifully executed stone baths, and ponds, and a superb irrigation system of reservoirs and canals are the attractions of Anuradhapura, After completion of the city tour proceed and overnight at the hotel in Anuradhapura.
Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Jaffna Peninsula, Do a city tour in Jaffna, including Jaffna fort, Nallur temple, and stop at Rio ice cream,Rio is one of Jaffna’s most iconic ice cream parlors. The locals are known to have a sweet tooth and Rio serves just the right mix of the perfect homemade ice cream located next to the Nallur temple. Jaffna Dutch Fort is the second largest Dutch fort on the Island and an archaeological monument that was affected by Sri Lanka’s civil war, Nallur Kandaswamy temple is one of the Island’s most significant Hindu temples built in 948 A.D, and dedicated to deity Kataragama. After completion of the city tour, check in and overnight stay at the hotel in Jaffna.
Breakfast at the hotel,leave for sight seeing tour of Jaffna including, Nainativu Nagapooshani Amman Kovil, and Nagadeepa temple, Access to historic temples Nainative Nagapooshani Amman and Nagadeepa is only possible through the daily public ferry service. Nagedeepa temple is believed to have been visited by buddha to settle a dispute between two kings, Nainativu Nagapooshani Amman kovil is dedicated to Nagapooshani Amman, an avatar of Durga, it is said that this temple has great divine power. After completion of the city tour , return an overnight stay at the hotel in Jaffna.
Breakfast at the hotel , visit the furthest/ Northern point in Sri Lanka,Point Pedro, thereafter proceed to Trincomalee, Check-in and overnight stay at the hotel in Trincomalee.
Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Trincomalee, do a sightseeing tour, visit hot well springs, and koneswaram temple. Trincomalee, The heavenly coastal gateway of unspoiled, white sandy beaches and crystal blue water is located in the Northeast portion of the island, A short drive outside the town circles would render its visitors speechless owing to breath-taking sights that behold them, Tricomalee’s most culturally impotent site is the Koneswaram temple-a vibrant religious complex located atop a rocky hill that opens out to gorgeous vistas of the sparkling blue ocean. The temple complex is also home to lover’s leap(swami rock)- a rocky pinnacle worshiped by passing fishermen, There are also several locations including, pigeon island, ideal for snorkeling and diving, where one could observe the most striking varieties of corals and tropical fish, The seven hot wells in kenya is also an excellent opportunity for rejuvenation. On completion proceed to the hotel, overnight stay at, stay at the hotel in Trincomalee.
THE PIGEON ISLAND NATIONAL PARK
The wide, fine–white–sand beaches and turquoise-colored waters of Sri Lanka’s east coast are arguably at their best here. A short boat ride off the beach and you may visit Pigeon Island national park, which lies 2 km off the coast of Nilaveli, great for diving, snorkeling, sea bathing, etc.
On completion- pigeon island tour return to the hotel, Evening at leisure at the beach, and overnight stay at the hotel in Trincomalee.
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Sigiriya rock Fortress, A UNESCO world heritage site, a spectacular rock fortress, which is one of Sri Lanka’s major attractions. The most impressive facets of the unique complex are the water gardens, The frescoes of beautiful maidens, the mirror wall with ancient graffiti, the lion platform, and the summit of 1.6 hectares, which was completely covered by the building during the period of Sigiriya’s glory. After completion, I returned for an overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Polonnaruwa, the second ancient capital of Sri Lanka. Do the sightseeing of Polonnaruwa’s ancient city, Jeep safari.
En-route visit Minneriya national park, This is also another national park in Sri Lanka, situated around a reservoir of the same name, Herd of elephants can be seen along the banks of the reservoir, and many species of birds can also be seen frequently after completion of the safari, return and overnight stay at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Kandy, En-route visits Dabulla, Cave temple, and Spice and herbal garden in Matale, Dabulla cave temple, Dabulla visits the famous Dabulla rock temple dating back to the first century BC, Which served as the refuge to king Valagambahu of Anuradhapura in first century BC, The five grotto shrines contain numerous images of buddha and guardian deities, The frescoes on the walls and ceilings date back to the Kandyan period 15th to 18th centuries. The view from the top of the rock is breathtaking. Spice and herbal gardens. As a technical visit, you will pay a visit to spice & herbal gardens in Matale, where you could get an insight into the different spices, for which Sri Lanka is most famous, here you will see how some of these spices are grown and processed. Also, enjoy 15 min. complimentary spa & massage Treatment from the Spice & Herbal Garden. On completion proceed to Kandy, Check-in, Dinner, and overnight stay at the hotel.
After breakfast at the hotel, embark on a city tour of Kandy, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the last stronghold of the Sinhala Kings. This lovely, exotic city is encircled by hills and features a tranquil lake in its center. One of its main attractions is the renowned temple that enshrines the tooth relic of the Buddha, as well as the Royal Botanical Gardens, which boasts one of the world’s best collections of orchids. The Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden, situated in a loop of the Mahaweli River and 6 km west of Kandy city, covers some 60 hectares of trees, lawns, and flowering shrubs, including more than 10,000 varieties of trees and flowers.
Kandy and its satellite villages are also the center of the island’s handicraft industry, featuring items made of wood, brass, and silver. Along the way, you’ll visit a gem and lapidary museum in Kandy, showcasing exquisite silver or gold jewelry and precious gems of many varieties, including the world’s best blue and star sapphires. In the evening, you’ll visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic, a world-famous Buddhist temple located in the city of Kandy that houses the relic of the tooth of the Buddha. To cap off the day, you’ll witness a cultural dance show in Kandy before returning to the Hotel for an overnight stay.
Breakfast at the hotel then proceed to Nuwaraeliya, En-route visits a tea plantation and a tea factory, where the best tea in the world is produced, Here you could observe all about the process of manufacturing tea, and you can also see how tea is graded, taste a cup of pure Ceylon tea in the factory, Transfer from Tea Plantation to Nuwaraeliya, Nuwaraeliya, because of its invigorating mountain climate and scenery, is Sri Lanka’s most popular hill resort, NuwaraEliya is also the heart of Sri Lanka’s highest mountain, Piduruthalagala (8282 feet) is located here, and also has one of the finest 18 hole golf course in South Asia. Check-in and overnight stay at, hotel in Nuwara Eliya.
Breakfast at the hotel, transfer by van/car to Nanuoya, Railway station, Then travel by upcountry local train from Nanuoya to Ella Railway station, your Chauffeur will wait for you at the Ella Railway station to pick you up and take you to the hotel and Overnight stay at Hotel in Ella.
Breakfast at the hotel, Do a city tour in Ella, Ella, is a small town in the Badulla district of Uva Province in Sri Lanka. Governed by an urban council, It is approximately 200 Kilometers east of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 1,041 meters above sea level, The area has a rich biodiversity dense with numerous varieties of flora and fauna. Ella is surrounded by hills covered with cloud forests and tea plantations. The town has a cooler climate than its surroundings. due to its elevation. The Ella gap allows views across the southern plains of Sri lanka. Demodara nine arch bridge and little Adam’s peak. The Demodara nine arch viaduct was built between two railway stations-Ella and Demodara. Built during the British colonial period, it is still the largest of its kind in Sri Lanka. Located, Approximately 3100 feet above sea level, this 100-foot high bridge Is built entirely of solid blocks of rock, bricks, and cement without The use of a single length of steel. The bridge was commissioned in 1921 and has evolved into one of the most sought after places to visit in Ella, After completion of the city tour return and overnight Overnight stay at Hotel in Ella.
Breakfast at the hotel , proceed to Yala
Breakfast at the hotel, proceed to Koggala, Overnight stay at the hotel in Koggala,
Breakfast at the hotel- proceed on a city tour of Galle, Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, Was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological, and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a Polish appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by the Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka. The fort has a colorful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and Multi-religious population. The heritage value of the fort has been Recognized by UNESCO and the site has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, for its unique exposition of “an urban Ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European, Architecture and south Asian traditions from the 16th to19th centuries,” The Galle Fort, also known as the Dutch fort or the “Ramparts of Galle” withstood the Tsunami in 2004 which damage damaged part of coastal area Galle town. Return and, Evening at the leisure and overnight stay at the hotel in Koggala,
Breakfast at the hotel then proceed to Airport, for the Departure flight back home with loads of fabulous memories and experiences in Sri Lanka,