Adventure Tour Sri Lanka

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12 Days

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About this tour

This adventure tour is steadily growing in Sri Lanka as there is a multitude of adrenaline-inducing experiences in a whole host of beautiful and stunning natural landscapes. This tour offers a variety of exciting adventure tours like Trekking and Hiking, Rock Climbing, White water rafting, wildlife safaris, and many more here mentioned. Adventure tours gain much of their excitement by allowing tourists to step outside their comfort zone.


  • Negombo
  • Sigiriya
  • Minneriya
  • Kandy
  • Kithulgala
  • Ella
  • Udawalawa
  • Mirissa
  • Bentota
  • Colombo


  •  11 nights’ accommodation on BB basis at above mentioned hotels.
  •  Pickup and drop-off at the airport or local hotels.
  •  Transport by air-conditioned vehicle (Van).
  •  Service of an English-speaking driver for the entire tour.
  •  Mirissa Whale Watching Tour with refreshments.
  •  Wildlife Entrance fees.
  •  Cost of the Boat Safari in Madu River.
  •  Mineral water during sightseeing tours and overland trips.
  •  All parking and highway chargers.
  •  Fuel & local insurance for the vehicle.
  •  Welcoming and paging in Airport.
  •  All current taxes.
  •  Lunch and Dinner.
  •  Any entrance fee and activity cost not mentioned in inclusions.
  •  Gratuities (recommended)
  •  Any others expenses not mentioned in Inclusions section


<span> Day 1 </span> Airport- Negombo

Welcome to the breathtakingly lovely paradise of Sri Lanka. Our team representative will pick you from the Colombo International Airport (CMB). Then proceed to Negombo (Approx. 30.Min.’ drive). You can enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to relax.

<span>Day 2 </span> Negombo - Dambulla - Sigiriya

After breakfast proceed to Sigiriya (Approx. 04 Hours’ drive). En route visit Dambulla golden rock cave temple. Dambulla Cave Temple is unarguably the most famous tourist attraction in Dambulla. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the temple is home to the best-preserved cave complex in Sri Lanka. Afternoon you will be escort to the Pidurangala royal cave temple. Because it is just slightly lower than Sigiriya Rock, Pidurangala Rock is the greatest viewing point for Sigiriya Rock. Pidurangala is a favorite dawn location because it provides 360-degree views of the lowlands and Sigiriya Rock.

<span>Day 3 </span> Sigiriya - Minneriya

Third day after early breakfast, you will proceed to Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Sigiriya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the world’s greatest examples of ancient architecture, showcases ageless Sri Lankan ingenuity in the shape of fortified moats and beautiful water gardens with sophisticated irrigation systems typical of our early kings. Afternoon, you will be escort to the Minneriya National Park. Minneriya is a year-round park for elephant safaris, you can witness at least 20-30 elephants at one go any time of the year. Minneriya national park safari tours take you closer to an array of mammals, amphibians, birds, and reptile species. 25 reptiles, 24 mammals, and over 170 bird species live in Minneriya in healthy settings. The number of fish species living in the region is also a staggering figure.

<span>Day 4  </span>Sigiriya - Kandy

Fourth day after early breakfast, you will be escort to Kandy (Approx. 02 1/2 Hours’ drive). En route visit Spice Garden. Furthermore you may take a culinary lesson where you can discover the origins of our favorite spices and discover the recipe for the ideal Sri Lankan curry! Afternoon, you will be taken to Temple of the Tooth Relic. This temple houses the venerated left canine Tooth of the Buddha. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the most sacred places of worship in the Buddhist world. Thousands of pilgrims regularly visit Kandy in memory of Buddha, which gives the city a religious atmosphere. Each year, an annual procession known as the “Sri Dalada Perahera” attracts thousands of both local and foreign visitors to the temple (usually held in July or August). After that, you will be able to enjoy a city tour.

<span>Day 5 </span>Kandy - Kithulgala

Proceed to Kithulgala Forest reservoir after breakfast. The Makandawa Forest Reserve is one of Sri Lanka's richest and most unexplored rainforests, covering an area of 1,155 hectares, and is adjacent to the adventure-oriented town of Kitulgala. The reserve, where the Belilena Cave is situated, is home to numerous endangered species of flora and animals that are peculiar to Sri Lanka. 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.

<span>Day 6 </span> Kithulgala - Ella

After breakfast proceed to Ella (Approx. 04 Hours’ drive). Morning you will be driven to flying ravana adventure park. One of Ella’s wonders is the 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. 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.

<span>Day 7 </span>Ella - Udawalawa

After breakfast proceed to Udawalawa National Park (Approx. 03 Hours’ drive). 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. After you will proceed to Udawalawa national Park. Udawalawe National Park which is one of the best places in Sri Lanka to see wild elephants. An Asian elephant herd, no less than 250, is permanently residing at Udawalawe national park. The park is capable of sustaining large numbers of elephants because of its abundant water sources. Hundreds of elephants annually migrate to the park from nearby protected areas as well. Udawalawe national park was created for elephants displaced by the construction of the adjoining Udawalawe reservoir.

<span>Day 8 </span> Udawalawa - Mirissa

After breakfast, you will be taken to Mirissa (Approx. 03 Hours’ drive). You will visit coconut tree hills. The sunset view from here is absolutely breathtaking. Other than that, you will visit parrot rock and secret beach. You can reach Parrot Rock Mirissa in only a few minutes and enjoy magnificent views of the ocean that extend well beyond the rocky ledge. It’s a secluded vantage point from where you may get a magnificent overview of Beach. And you will visit secret beach.

<span>Day 9 </span> Mirissa Whale watching

Early morning transfer to whale watching. Mirissa is the number one hotspot for whale watching in Sri Lanka. It is a small fishing village on the south coast of Sri Lanka, in the Matara district. although the best time for whale watching tour is from November to April in Mirissa.

<span>Day 10 </span>Mirissa - Galle Fort

Early morning transfer to Galle fort with bike ride. The Galle Dutch Fort is a seventeenth-century colonial fort in Sri Lanka. It stands on a rocky promontory facing the Indian Ocean. National maritime Museum, Galle Lighthouse on Point Utrecht Bastion and Lighthouse Beach, Flag Rock Bastion, All Saints’ Church, Galle, The Dutch Reformed Church – Groote Kerk, these are the main attractions of fort.

Day 11 - Mirissa - Bentota - Colombo

Enroute visit Kosgoda Turtle Hatchery. Here, these almost-extinct turtles are breed and cared for. Extinct form Sri Lanka. Visitors can see the new born turtles and even be a part of the process of releasing them in the sea. Afternoon you will be able to enjoy a Colombo City Tour. Colombo is the capital city of Sri Lanka, and the country's largest city in terms of population. Located on the west coast, it is a beautiful city surrounded by white sand beaches and an impressive harbourfront. Colombo is characterized by a series of canals, with the picturesque 160-acre Beira Lake at its center. 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.

After experiencing the highlights of Sri Lanka, our driver will pick up you and drive you to Negombo to fly back home.


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