Early morning leave for Sigiriya, visiting a roof tile factory and pineapple plantation as well as Pinawella Elephant Orphanage ,one of the popular attractions, established as a sanctuary .Visitors are invited to observe and assist the baby elephants as they are fed from giant feeding bottles, before they plod down to the river for their daily bath.
In the afternoon visit the Sigiriya Fortress,which was a royal palace of King Kassyappa (477-495 A.D) Dinner and overnight in hotel in Sigiriya.
Day 2 | SIGIRIYA – KANDY
After morning elephant ride through the jungle proceed to Kandy,visiting Dambula Cave Temple, bathic factory and spice garden in Matale on the way.,Visit of Temple of The Tooth and traditional cultural dancing show in the evening. Dinner and overnight in hotel in Kandy.
Day 3|KANDY – NUWARA ELIYA
After breakfast visit Peradeniya Botanical garden and leave for Nuwara Eliya. Nuwara Eliya supposed to be one of the coolest places in the Island, but it is really just like an English spring day, although the temperature does drop at night. All around Nuwara Eliya you will see evidence of the British influence, houses like country cottages or Queen Ann style mansions.
En-route visit the famous Ramboda waterfall , Sri Lankan tea plantation and a working tea factory, and also experience a self-tea plucking session. Dinner and overnight in hotel in Nuwara Eliya.
Day 4 | NUWARA ELIA – ELLA
After breakfast you will have the option to proceed to Ella by train. It’s a picturesque driveway through tea plantations and offers the best view of Sri Lanka country side. Our driver will drop you at Nuwara Eliya train station and pick you up from train station in Ella. Once you check in to your hotel in Ella you will climb Little Adam`s Peak, visit the Rama`s Cave or just chill by one of the waterfalls Ella has to offer. Dinner and overnight in hotel in Ella.
Day 5 | ELLA – TISSAMAHARAMA
After Breakfast leave for Yala for safari tour at Yala National Park. Yala West National Park is located to the southeast of the island and is well recognized as one of the best parks in the world to observe and photograph leopards. The park covers an area of over 100,000 hectares and its main physical features are sand dunes, lagoons, dry river/stream beds, rocky outcrops and scrub/thorn forest. There is also a substantial elephant population along with spotted deer, sambar, wild buffalo, sloth bear, jackal, mongoose, pangolin and crocodiles. The bird life comprises over 120 species, and ranges from lesser flamingos to paradise flycatchers, crested hawk eagles, and black bitterns.
Dinner and overnight in hotel in Tissamaharama.
Day 6 | YALA – NEGOMBO
Early morning safari in Yala National Park,after that proceed back to Negombo via beautiful southern coastal road,visiting Dondra lighthouse,blow hole in Dickwella, Weligama fishing village and turtle hatchery in Unawatuna. End of tour.