Meet and Greet, Transfer to Negombo
Overnight stay at Jet wing Lagoon
Transfer to Sigirya , UNESCO World Heritage Site, which highlighted spot and worthy to be the 8th Wonder in the world with its inspiring historical locations. The climb to its summit on metal staircases attached to the rock face is one of Sri Lanka’s most loved experiences. A mythical past of feuding dynasties suits Sigiriya’s striking setting. It was built in 5th century AD by king, Kasyapa, as a fortress-palace.
Visit ancient ruined city is UNESCO protected World Heritage site. It was the first Kingdom of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries. The city is with beautifully crafted Dagabas, these treasures are been constructed of small sun-dried bricks and hemispherical in shape.
Dambulla is a vast isolated rock mass 500ft height. These temple complex dates back to the 1st Century BC sheltered the King Walagamba during his 14 years of exile from Anuradhapura. It has five caves under a vast overhanging rock, added with 70 Buddha statues. It will take approximately 45 min. to visit this site.
Located between Habarana and Polannaruwa with close to 9000 hectares mixed evergreen forest and scrub areas . This Park is a home for Sambar deer, leopards and elephants. Minneriya tanks were built by King Mahasena during 3rd Century. During the dry season that’s from June to October it’s an incredible place to observe herds of elephants, which come to bathe and graze on the grasses as well as huge flocks of birds
Leave early morning and travel via Matale to the Knuckles Offering sweeping vistas of the North Eastern Knuckles mountain range, an area that is celebrated for its striking peaks, pristine waterways, bewitching cloud forests, and diverse flora and fauna, As the area is within the Knuckles conservation zone tea cultivation was abandoned thirty years ago .The planter's misfortune has thus become a dream come true for trekkers, wildlife enthusiasts, and all seekers of the sublime. During the dry months of June to September, elephants from the plains of the nearby Wasgamuwa National Park roam the estate in search of water and food. Wild buffaloes are in abundance, with leopards and fishing cats making occasional nocturnal visits, and the sounds of the timid barking deer echoing in the surrounding forest with waterfalls
Proceed to Mirissa. En-route visit to Kithulgala. This is an area with tropical rainforests, winding rivers and an undulating terrain. Kithulgala owes its popularity to the Kelani River which offers exciting level 4 white water rafting, canoeing or hiking. Mirissa has some of the best beaches and surf spots in the area. Based at Mirissa Harbour, Water sports activities such as sailing, fishing, coastal cruises, sea kayaking, canoeing snorkelling and boating. Dondra is considered one of the best locations in the world for spotting whales and dolphins. Whale watching excursions into the deep seas is organised by Mirissa Water Sports during the season from December to April when the seas are calm. We also recommend a visit to Galle’s Dutch Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with narrow streets lined with Dutch and British colonial era buildings which are still in use, sturdy ramparts looking out to sea and the lighthouse
As per flight Schedule, Transfer to Airport.
Leave for the airport for the departure.