Arugam Bay Beach

Day 1

02 HRS
100 KM

When you arrive at the Colombo airport, Ceylo travelers will greet you with open arms. Then make your way to Bentota. The south-west coast’s sun-drenched location at the meeting point of the sea and the Bentota River, as well as its golden, palm-lined beaches that border the warm, sparkling seas of the Indian Ocean, made it an obvious option for development as the country’s first resort. It is increasingly recognized in Sri Lanka’s international tourism markets as a very alluring vacation destination with a vast array of unique hotels to suit every taste and budget. The town of Bentota is home to a wide variety of tourist attractions, mouth-watering seafood, and well-known water sports facilities that provide boating, water skiing, jet skiing, snorkeling, and windsurfing.

Having dinner and spending the night in Bentota’s hotel.

Day 2


Visit the hotel after breakfast. The Madu River, which crosses Balapitiya (located about 80 km south of Colombo), is one of Sri Lanka’s least-frequented and most pristine tourist destinations. The majority of the 64 little islands she claims to have distributed along her journey are unoccupied and covered with mangroves. “Satha Paha Doowa,” the smallest of the group of islets, is home to a modest shrine and monument honoring the Kataragama (Katharagama) gods. Folklore holds that this islet was bought for five cents, however, some contend that the name derives from the design of the five-cent piece. Any nature enthusiast who longs to see the captivating panorama of nature will find Madu to be a tranquil and unforgettable area of attraction. Visitors who get too excited should be advised that the Madu River is also a noted crocodile nest.

Dinner and a night’s rest at the Bentota Hotel.

Day 3

2 HRS & 30 MIN
120 KM

Hotel breakfast is served; thereafter, go to Negombo. Register at the hotel. Take a Negombo city tour in the evening. Negombo is the principal beach resort on the West Coast. The main draws of Negombo, a typical fishing village, are the expansive sandy beaches and the secure sea. In addition to the beach, it is worthwhile to visit the fish market, where there is active trading of a variety of fish, including prawns, crabs, and seaweed in the morning when the fishing boats return to the shore with their haul. The rule, an outrigger canoe that was excavated from a large wood and is frequently seen in the Negombo Lagoon, is the most well-liked fishing vessel.

Dinner and a night’s stay at a Negombo hotel

Day 4


All good things must come to an end, so we bid you farewell as our Chauffeur Guide drives you to the airport to catch your flight back home.