Culture Heritage Best Tour

Day 1

Apt – Negombo
10 KM approx.
15 Min Drive

When you arrive in Sri Lanka, you will be met cordially by your chauffeur, who will transport you to the hotel in Negombo. After that, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Negombo hotel.

Day 3


Visit Sigiriya Fortress after breakfast. Your city trip will begin with a visit to one of the old world’s wonders, the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. It is also designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sigiriya Rock was built by the renowned King Kasyapa as an old fortification that served as both a palace and a garrison. Sigiriya’s impressive rock fortification can be seen for miles in all directions and dominates the surrounding plain. The Sigiriya Complex is made up of a central rock that rises abruptly 200 meters above the surrounding plain, as well as two rectangular precincts to the east and west. The rock is encircled by two huge moats and three walls, where crocodiles were introduced in ancient times.

The moats and walls that encircle the lower palace are still stunning.

After that, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Dambulla hotel.

Day 3

Yala to  Ella
126kms approx. 
3 ½ hrs 

Breakfast is served at the hotel. Continue on to Ella. Explore Ella’s surroundings.

Climbing Little Adams Peak in Ella is a popular tourist activity since it allows them to appreciate the view of the valley, relax, and interact with other travelers. It takes around 45 minutes to travel from Ella Town to the slopes of Little Adams Peak, and about 15 minutes to reach the peak. While the ascent may be difficult for some, the entire route is really enjoyable as it passes by small communities and tea plantations.

Waterfall of Ravana When it comes to Ella tourism, the famed Ravana Waterfall is a must-see. It is one of the main waterfalls to visit in Ella and is about a 10-minute drive from the city center. Near the waterfall, there is also tent lodging available, as well as refreshments and souvenirs. While the vistas are stunning, it is also an ideal location for spending quality time with friends and family.

Ella’s hotel dinner and overnight stay

Day 4

Dambulla to Kandy
75 KM approx.
02 Hrs & 30min Drive

Proceed to Kandy after breakfast. Kandy, nestled among the hills, was the final capital of Sri Lanka’s ancient monarchs. While Colombo is the second biggest city in Sri Lanka, it is also known for its tremendous beauty and is one of the country’s seven UNESCO World Heritage sites. Unsurprisingly, Kandy captivates every tourist with its lush plains, lovely lake, the country’s longest river, and foggy mountains.

During your city trip, you will visit one of the world’s historical sites as well as a sacred spot for Buddhists all over the globe, the Temple of the Tooth Relic, also known as Dalada Maligawa to Sri Lankans.

After that, spend the remainder of the day at the hotel unwinding.

Day 5


After breakfast, go to the well-known Peradeniya Botanical Garden. Peradeniya Botanical Gardens is a nature lover’s heaven. This lovely floral Eden has been replanted with over 300 different species of orchids, spices, medicinal plants, and palm palms. More than 1.2 million people are charmed by the splendor of these 147-acre flower gardens each year.

After that, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Kandy hotel.

Day 6

Kandy –Nuwara Eliya 
80 KM approx.
02 Hrs and 30min Drive

After breakfast, you will be taken to Nuwara Eliya (City of Lights), which is endowed with a healthy temperature and stunning vistas of valleys, meadows, mountains, and vegetation; surrounded by hills and tea plantations, Nuwara Eliya has spring-like weather all year. It was also called as “Little England” by the British, who attempted to transform Nuwara Eliya into a normal English settlement. The ancient brick post office, the country house-like hill club with its hunting portraits, trophies, and stringent formal dinner clothing; the 18-hole golf course, the horse racing track, and so on, all have an “England” feel to them.

After that, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Nuwaraeliya hotel.

Day 7

Nuwara Eliya

After breakfast, you will have a city tour of Nuwara Eliya, visiting the town’s key attractions such as the golf course, trout streams, Victoria Park, and boating or fishing on Lake Gregory. You may also go on a tea factory tour to see how the slow-growing tea plants of this highland region create some of the world’s best Orange Pekoe tea. Seetha Eliya and Haggala Gardens can also be included. Seetha Eliya is a temple described in the well-known epic Ramayana. Haggala is a temperate hill-country garden filled with languid low-country lotuses and water lilies that float in their tranquil beauty.

After that, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Nuwaraeliya hotel.

Day 8

Nuwara Eliya

Spend the day unwinding at a Nuwara Eliya hotel.

Day 9

Nuwaraeliya -Bentota

80 KM approx.

02 Hrs and 30min Drive

Proceed to Bentota after breakfast.

Bentota is known as the “City of Golden Beaches.” You will be able to unwind and enjoy the spirit of the sea as well as the warmth of the soft sand. The day is spent between swimming in the pool and sunbathing. Bentota is the ideal setting for a relaxing beach holiday. Water sports enthusiasts may participate in a variety of water activities while enjoying the sun, sea, and sand, adding to the particular delight of this location.

A boat trip down the Madhu River will be included on your city tour. It is a picturesque cruise that is both peaceful and informative as it passes through numerous little islands protected by mangroves and allows you to experience the natural rhythms. The Wild Life Protection Society established the Turtle Hatchery in 1981 as a prominent turtle breeding place. Visitors may observe massive tanks loaded with newly hatched turtle hatchlings. The newborn turtles are carried to the water after being fed and released when they are 2-4 days old, generally during the safer hours of the night.

After that, spend the rest of the day unwinding at your Bentota hotel.

Day 10


Spend the day unwinding at a Bentota hotel.

Day 11


Spend the day relaxing at the hotel in Bentota.

Day 12

85 KM approx.
2 Hrs and 30 min

After breakfast, depart for Colombo.

Colombo is Sri Lanka’s largest metropolis and commercial capital. It is a bustling and dynamic city on the west coast with a blend of modern and colonial characteristics. Colombo’s architecture spans centuries and exhibits a variety of styles. Many Portuguese, Dutch, and British-influenced colonial constructions coexist with structures erected in Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Indian, and modern architectural styles. This is nowhere more visible than at the city’s core, the Fort district. Colombo also has a plethora of shopping malls and department stores selling brand-name clothes. As a result, it has become a popular tourist shopping destination.

Famous Colombo attractions include Galle Face Green, Viharamahadevi Park, the National Museum, the Twin World Trade Centre towers, the Old Parliament Building, the Fort district, Independence Hall at Independence Square, and prominent Buddhist, Hindu, and Islamic sites.

Then, spend the remainder of the day unwinding at your Colombo hotel.

Day 13

35 KM approx.
1 Hrs

We greet you farewell as our Chauffeur Guide transports you to the airport for your return flight home, for all good things must come to an end.