Day 1 – Negombo-Kitulgala
Travel Negombo to Kitulgala via Ruwanwella – a scenic route through rubber plantations then winding road by the Kelani river. Arrive at Kitulgala-the water sports hub of Sri Lanka. Get an adventurous white water rafting experience which is the best of its kind in Sri lanka. Have a safe river bath. If you are a nature lover or trekker, you are having best opportunities to see the number of birds and number of trekking paths near the Kelani River. You can see the world famous film location of the film “ The bridge on the river Quai “. The wooden bridge made for the film still can be seen there.Overnight stay at Kitulgala
Day 2 – Haton-Adamspeak
The route from Kitulgala to Adamspeak is also a scenic ride through the tea plantations , valleys , mountains and magnificient reservoirs of Castlereigh and Maussakele. You can witness the 2 major hydro power plants of Sri lanka . The area near the Adamspeak cannot be explained in words. The area is greenish and mist filled. Ride though dense Pines jungles. See the reservoirs and waterfalls as the backdrop. You can have your picnic lunch at a scenic location. Ride through rural areas with breathtaking scenery, meet the tea plucking people and see their lifestyle.

You can climb the mountain Adamspeak – the most popular and most scenic hill climb of Sri Lanka

Overnight stay at Delhousie.

Day 3 – Nuwaraeliya
Continue your ride through magnificent sceneries leading to Nuwaraeliya. You can see the magnificient waterfalls of Deven and St.Clares. Stop near the Deven waterfall viewing point and taste a cup of fresh Sri Lankan tea.Arrive at Nuwaraeliya and relax by the Gregory lake. Nuwaraeliya is called “ The Little England’. Now you are on the highest city of Sri lanka.Mist covered hills are surrounde by you.You can get a pony ride, boat ride or just have a walk around the lake with the view of Pidurutalagala mountain range – the highest in Sri Lanka.
Overnight stay at Haputale
Day 4 – Horton Planes
ride along gravel and dirt tracks through tea estates and tea factories with stunning views of waterfalls and mountains. Visit Horton Planes. Horton Plains is an undulating 2000m high plateau 28km south of Nuwara Eliya. The grassy plains, which are interspersed with small patches of forest, are home to leopards, sambur, deer, bear, monkeys and a rich array of birds, including some endemic species. The most dramatic feature of the National Park is `World’s End’ where the plateau comes to an abrupt end and drops nearly 1000m vertically.  You have to go by foot from the entrance of Horton Planes National park. Witness the Bakers Falls – a waterfall on the way.
After the Horton Planes visit, start your trip to Haputale through Ohiya
Overnight stay at Haputale
Day 5 – Haputale & Lipton Seat
Expore Haputale.Haputale is surrounded by hills covered with cloud forests and tea plantations. The town has a cooler climate than its surroundings, due to its elevation. The Haputale pass allows views across the Southern plains of Sri Lanka. The South-West boundary of Uva basin is marked by the Haputale mountain ridges,
Ride with the breath taking sceneries through the tea plantations to the world famous “ Lipton Seat “ and get your life time experience. Then go to Ella – a famous tourist destination for adventure and nature lovers.
Overnight stay at Ella
Day 6 – Ella
The Ravana Falls, Ravana cave and the temple are popular sightseeing attractions in Ella where the legendary Ravana left Sita for safe-keeping. Demodara Railway Station, 9 Arch Stone Bridge and Ella Rock are other interesting sightseeing when touring the hill country of Sri Lanka.

Start your journey to Kataragama

Overnight stay at Kataragama

Day 7 – Yala / Katragama
Travel towards Yala National Park of Sri Lanka to take a morning safari . During this time that leopards and sloth bears emerge out of the shady jungle and roam around. Yala is also a great place for bird watchers. The water holes and tanks are a bird-watcher’s paradise. You will have a very high chance to see the famous peacock dance. For wild life lovers, Yala is a must see place in Sri Lanka.
After the full day safari , return to the hotel in Kataragama
You can go to Kataragama Devalaya to witness the evening PUJA.
Overnight stay at Kataragama
Day 8 – Tangalle / Galle
Start your journey along the southern coastel belt of Sri Lanka. See the fishery harbor at Tangalle, bird sanctuary at Kalametiya and ride through the lagoon side. Visit Hunmanaya – the bow hole and then Weherahena temple to see the magnifiient Buddha statue. On the way , you can see still fishermen doing their daily catch. Arrive Galle- the capital of Southern Sri Lanka.See the Unesco world heritage site of Galle Fort.

Overnight stay at Galle or Unawatuna

Galle / Bentota
In the morning, after the breakfast starts your journey to Bentota. On the way , you can see Turtle hatcheries, Ambalangoda mask museum,etc.. . Then arrive at water sports centre – Bentota and experience your own favorite water sports activities . Bentota is the watersports hub of Sri lanka , so you have unlimited activities to participate.
Go to Negombo and overlight stay or drop at the airport for the return journey