A warm welcome at the Bandaranaike International Airport. The designated seasons travel representative will ensure your safe travel to the hotel.
Breakfast to be served at the hotel, then proceed to Dambulla and Sigiriya respectively. En route have the optional to visit the Pinnawala Elephant orphanage.
Make a stop in Kurunegala, the city that houses the world’s largest granite statue of Lord Buddha. Visit to the largest preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka, home to many Statues and paintings of the Chronicles of Lord Buddha.
Following breakfast at the hotel, visit Sigiriya, the world-famous rock fortress in Sri Lanka, its frescos are world renowned for their inspiring beauty.
Travel to Polonnaruwa, the city is also titled as a world heritage site and is one of the ancient kingdoms in Sri Lanka.
Head to Minneriya National Park and experience the beauty and excitement of wild fauna and flora.
Subsequent to Breakfast at the hotel, visit Kandy .Kandy is one of the famous cities in Sri Lanka and is the last kingdom of the Sinhalese. Visit the spice garden in Matale where growing and processing of spices takes place.
Kandy is also a magnificent city which is famous for its rich heritage and splendor.
The Temple of the Tooth Relic is a significant highlight of Kandy.
Dine-in at the hotel for breakfast, explore the Royal Botanical Garden which is a home for 4000 spices and plants, including the most beautiful orchid flowers.
Breakfast at the hotel, enjoy a rail journey through the hill country which will conclude at Nanu oya .
Travel to the tea plantation and factory to observe how tea is graded and the manufactured. Taste a cup of Ceylon tea and tour the city of Nuwaraeliya.
Kithul gala is a well-known and lush rain forest in Sri Lanka. The famous Hollywood Movie ‘The Bridge of the River Kwai ‘was filmed in Kithul gala.
This is a trending destination for white water rafting.
Galle is located on the south coast and is an important city which remains the best example of a forfeited city built by the Portuguese. The fortress of Galle is also a world heritage site and also the Land Mark of the City. Galle is admired for its intricate lace and ebony carvings
Following breakfast set off to Colombo. In Colombo, take a walk amongst a variety of Colonial architecture (Colourful mosque and Hindu Kovils) . Sample typical Sri Lankan street food while enjoying the amazing atmosphere of the hundred year old vegetable Market, meeting the local characters on the way .
Enjoy a classic Lankan breakfast and proceed to the airport for departure