Welcome to Sri Lanka. At the airport, you will be greeted by a guide and he will take you to Kithulgala. You can enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to relax.
After breakfast proceeds to Kithulgala. Kithulgala Forest reservoir. Spanning an area of 1,155 hectares and located close to the adventure-centric town of Kitulgala, the Makandawa Forest Reserve is one of the richest and most untouched rainforests that can be found in Sri Lanka. Home to several rare species of flora and fauna that are endemic to Sri Lanka, the reserve is where the Belilena Cave is located. Then after proceed to enjoy white water rafting. Kithulgala being one of the wettest and picturesque location locations on the island; nothing is more adventurous than water rafting here. A thrilling adventuresome water activity that is suitable for expert, intermediate, and beginner rafters.
After breakfast check out of the hotel and proceed to Nuwara Eliya also called Little England start feeling the coldness, and lovely greenery, and get into the hilly countryside. Passing kilometers upon kilometers of verdant tea plantations that hug the winding mountain passes, we’ll see waterfalls, suspension bridges, and tea pickers on our journey up to Nuwara Eliya – Sri Lanka’s most popular hill resort. Nuwara Eliya is also the heart of Sri Lanka’s tea country producing a significant share of the world’s best tea. We will make our first stop at Haggala Botanical Gardens. Afternoon you will visit Victoria Park and Gregory Lake and you can enjoy a city tour.
After breakfast, and you will be taken to Horton Plains. Horton Plains Trekking is all about walking through spellbinding grasslands, cloud forests, and evergreen forests. Trekking in Horton Plains takes you closer to an array of flora and fauna. About 750 plant species, 87 bird species, 24 mammal species, and nine reptile species to explore through trekking in stunning Horton Plains.
After breakfast proceed to Ella. Morning you will be driven to flying ravana adventure park. After that you will climb little Adam's peak. Little Adam’s peak is a pyramid-shaped rock located opposite the relatively huge Ella rock. Nonetheless, it offers amazing views of the Ella rock, Rawana falls and surrounding valleys. Afternoon you will proceed to Demodara nine arch bridge. This beautiful colonial railway bridge made of brick, which is a really nice place for photo lovers. When one stands underneath it and looks up there is a beautiful sight of ‘nine skies’ through the nine arches, hence it’s called as Nine Skies Bridge.
After breakfast proceeds to climb Ella rock. Ella rock is a huge rocky peak that looms over Ella town. It is a moderate-level tropical hike. The views from the top of Ella rock on a clear day are nothing less than rewarding. Afternoon you will proceed to En route visit Rawana Water Fall and Rawana Cave. The demon deity Ravana is believed to have taken refuge in the Ravana Falls and the surrounding caverns. Many tourists are drawn to this Ella destination by its intriguing tales and beautiful surroundings. About 82 feet high, the waterfall cascades in three distinct levels. After a steep rock climb, you’ll reach the third tier, where you’ll be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding lush greens and rocky terrain.
Early morning after breakfast, you will proceed to Belihuloya. Belihuloya is a hidden place but enrich with natural beauty. Belihuloya is located in the Ratnapura District, some 160 kilometers from Colombo. Nature's wonder, a creation miracle gifted with a plethora of waterfalls, streams, nature, cycling routes, and several chances for bird watching and camping. En route visit Adhisam Bunglow, Babarakanda water fall and Lipton seat and dambethanna tea factory. Adisham Hall or Adisham Bungalow is a must-see destination in Sri Lanka.The structure and garden formed a portion of the forest reserve and covered an area of 10 acres. Near the Adisham guesthouse, there are lovely Hindu Kovils and tea. Bambarakanda is the 299th-tallest waterfall in the world with a vertical height of 263 meters (863 ft). And possibly the most well-known attraction in Haputale is Lipton's Seat. A vantage point called Lipton's Seat is named after the well-known Thomas Lipton. A spectacle resembling that of the renowned World's End observation point may be seen from Lipton's Seat as the Uva, Sabaragamuwa, Central, and Eastern provinces spread out from beneath the viewer's feet. Seven provinces, as well as sites like Handapanagala Lake, Chandrika Lake, Udawalawe Lake, Wedihitikanda Mountains, and even the Hambanthota harbor from the Southern shore, are all visible from the hilltop. The Dambatenne Tea Factory is only a short distance away from Lipton's Seat.
After breakfast, you will be escorted to Belihuloya for a village visit. You can tour the area and find a variety of picturesque and natural beauty sites or see the humble lives of the locals to get a feel for the Sri Lankan countryside. Then after you will be taken to Colombo Colombo in Sri Lanka; you must have already heard about this fascinating capital of the jewel of the Indian Ocean. You can visit Gangaramaya Temple, Galle Face Green, Viharamahadevi Park, National Museum of Colombo, Independence Memorial Hall, Beira Lake, Seema Malakaya, Dutch Period Museum, Old Parliament Building, World Trade Center, Pettah Floating Market, and many more places.