Sri Lanka, the tear-shaped country in the Indian Ocean, has the privileges of nature that the country is so green and strangely beautiful. In this journey, we drive you across the country to explore all what country has to offer. You’ll be met with great nature in Yala, wander around the walls and structures of Buddhist temples in Polonnaruwa, or soak in the exotic sunshine on Bentota beach. We’re so sure that this will be your own Sri Lanka experience.
Discover Sri Lanka covers the most fascinating destinations around the country and offers deep insights into Sri Lankan rich and beautiful culture. In each destination, we let you quite like stay and wander so that you will explore something new on your own.
Please find your time to relax after a flight to the city of Negombo. Sri Lanka welcomes you!
The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage is a must stop on the way we drive from Negombo to Dambulla. Here you are able to see baby elephants in the wild and how they are taken care of by experienced workers from the orphanage.
A leisure trek to Hiriwadunna village in Dambulla is perfect way to start off your day, where you are offered an insight view of village life and nature. Up next, we will go to see the World Heritage Site Sigiriya rock fortress.
You visit Dambulla Cave temple to explore the carving art of Buddha images as well as the largest painting area found in the world. Later, you can do a game drive in Minneriya National Park, get to see the diverse nature of Sri Lanka by a classical jeep.
Formed in the 12th century, the royal capital city Polonnaruwa is said to be the ancient heart of Sri Lanka with magnificent view over the ancient ruins and Buddha images. You spend the morning to visit this site, and drive to Pasikuda.
Known as the safest beach in Sri Lanka, Pasikuda beach is your next destination to take a brief break before get back on the road to explore this fascinating country.
About 2 hours driving from Paskuda, we arrive in the memorial city of Kandy. On the way, we’ll visit the Spice Gardens to learn about the long-established spices trade of Sri Lanka. For the evening, let’s experience Kandy in a colorful city tour dropping by the temple of Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha and many other historic attractions of the city.
Once served as the favorite retreat of the British during colonial times, Nuwara Eliya is named the ‘Little England’ and featured by the spring-like weather, Western styled country houses and half-timbered bungalows. You visit this charming place after a brief visit to a tea plantation nearby.
Today you get on a scenic train journey from Nuwara Eliya to Ella. The train takes 2 hours 30 mins and it passes through a plethora of hilly tea fields, exotic forests and waterfall. What a journey!
Buduruwagala, with its legendary tale behind deserves our stop to walk around, get that legend told one more time by a local. Before dark we will reach out Yala and check in hotel.
On a classic jeep, you spend the whole in Yala National Park, the largest one in Sri Lanka. The leopards here have made their own nations, walking around confidently that we can easily catch them on sights, especially at dawn or sunset.
The Dutch Fort is the must-see when it comes to the harbor city of Galle. You visit this historical monument and don’t forget to spare some time to contemplate the peaceful ocean and city life of the city.
Bentota is a great place to get into the wild, with the important ecological site of Balapitiya and Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery. Spend your whole day in these places and get off the road to check in a beachside hotel before sunset.
You’re free at your leisure to get ‘drown’ into the sunny beach, clear water, and loads of fresh seafood available in and outside of your resort.
You’re picked up by private vehicle to transfer to the airport.
Whatever you want, wherever you desire to go, let us be there for you every step of the way. Our Travel Experts will listen to your preferences and find the perfect tour for you.