16 Night 17 Days

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Whole Trip

Meals

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  • Entrance fees & activities: Anuradhapura/ site seeing- Mihintala Buddhist site /Dambulla Cave/ Sigiriya rock/ Pithurangala Rock Temple/Temple of the Tooth / White Water Rafting at Kithugala/Abseiling & Confidence jumps/ Hiking to the Adam’s Peak /trekking in the tea plantation Horton Plains National Park walk /cooking/ Elephant transit home & Wild life Jeep Safari / Surfing at Weligama, Whale watching/ Cycling at Unwatunna/ Stile fisher man/ Turtle visit //Galle fort & Madhu River Boat Ride trip.

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Negombo

    Route: Airport/Negombo

    Time: 20 Minutes


    On your arrival you will be met by a representative of Discover Sri Lanka with Bruno Travels at the airport and transferred to Negombo. You can rest relax at the hotel and recover.

    About Negombo

    Welcome to Negombo, one of Sri Lanka's most iconic travel destinations and home to an amazing array of sights, activities and events. Even first time visitors to Negombo will quickly be enthralled by how fun and fascinating Negombo really can be. For those looking for a glimpse of the real Sri Lanka, or just a fun night out, Negombo mixes old world charm with a modern and vibrant night life.

    The name Negombo is derived from the Sinhalese word Meegamuwa, meaning 'village of honey'. It is said that centuries ago a swarm of bees landed in a boat, and that the point at which the boat was hauled ashore became Negombo. Negombo's early economic history was tied not to honey, however, but to its trade in cinnamon and other spices which grew wild in the jungle nearby.

    Those arriving early can get into the spirit of seaside Sri Lanka by observing the local fishing craft and perhaps feasting on fresh seafood. The beautiful surrounding countryside is best explored on a bicycle, which you can rent with help from the hotel reception. Accommodation.

    Overnight: Negombo.

  • Day 2 : Anuradhapura

    Route: Negombo /Anuradhapura

    Time: At approximately 5 hr

    Highlight: Anuradhapura


    Drive from negembo to Anuradhapura, seeing the minthitala history temple. From Anuradhapura to Minhintale will take about 30 mins drive by tuk tuk and we will walk to the little mountain to see the sites.

    Mihintale is the history

    Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka. It is believed by Sri Lankans to be the site of a meeting between the Buddhist monk Mahinda and King Devanampiyatissa which inaugurated the presence of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is now a pilgrimage site, and the site of several religious monuments and abandoned structures According to Dipavamsa and Mahavamsa, Thera Mahinda came to Sri Lanka from India on the full moon day of the month of Poson (June) and met King Devanampiyatissa and preached the Buddhist doctrine. The traditional spot where this meeting took place is revered by the Buddhists of Sri Lanka. Therefore, in the month of Poson, Buddhists make their pilgrimage to Anuradhapura and Mihintale.

    Mahinda was the son of Emperor Ashoka of India. King Ashoka embraced Buddhism after he was inspired by a monk named “Nigrodha.” The King was in great misery after witnessing the devastation caused by expansionist wars. Meeting this peaceful young monk was a turning point in his life, thereafter, he renounced war. He was determined to spread the message of peace. As a result, both his son and daughter were ordained as Buddhist monastics, and became enlightened Arahats. In his quest to spread the message of peace instead of war, Ashoka sent his son Mahinda, to the island of Lanka.

    Overnight Anuradhapura.

  • Day 3 : Anuradhapura

    Route: Anuradhpura

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    Highlight: Anuradhapura/ Sri Maha Bodhi Tree / Abhayagiriya


    Today we will have our lovely breakfast at the hotel ,then we will start our journey by cycling to the Ancient site of Anurdhpura, It will be fun to ride cycle around the ancient site, This is the best way exploring the sites, 4 to5 hours we will spending our time in this sites.. There are plenty of places we will be visiting.

    You will have you free time late afternoon.

    History of Anuradhapura

    Anuradhapura is a major city in Sri Lanka. It is the capital city of North Central Province, Sri Lanka and the capital of Anuradhapura District. Anuradhapura is one of the ancient capitals of Sri Lanka, famous for its well-preserved ruins of ancient Sri Lankan civilization. It was the third capital of the Kingdom of Rajarata, following the kingdoms of Tambapanni and Upatissa Nuwara.

    The city, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was the center of Theravada Buddhism for many centuries. The city lies 205 km north of the current capital Colombo in Sri Lanka's North Central Province, on the banks of the historic Malvathu Oya. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and one of the eight World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka.

    It is believed that from the fourth century BC until the beginning of the 11th century AD it was the capital of the Sinhalese. During this period it remained one of the most stable and durable centers of political power and urban life in South Asia. The ancient city, considered sacred to the Buddhist world, is today surrounded by monasteries covering an area of over sixteen square miles (40 km²).

    Overnight Anuradhapura

  • Day 4 : Dambulla

    Route: Anuradhapura / Dambulla

    Time: At approximately 3/12hours

    Highlight: Pidurangala Rock


    After the breakfast at Anuradhapura we drive to Dambulla, After having our lunch then we drive to Pithurangala rock, then we will have our walk which takes about an hour or more, This site is more than 2500 years historical area, where Buddhist monks did their medication and dwelling in the year of Buddhism exited . Later this place was look after by King Kashiyapa during the Sigiriya Era in the 5th Cen AD... A wonderful view before climbing to the Sigiriya.

    Pidurangala Rock History

    Pidurangala is a massive rock formation located a few kilometers north of Sigiriya in Sri Lanka. It has an interesting history closely related to that of the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Being less grand and far more difficult to climb it is often overlooked by tourists.

    Like Sigiriya, Pidurangala was formed by volcanic activity. Whilst Pidurangala appears larger than Sigiriya; its upper surface is steeply sloped and is of solid rock. For this reason it was not suitable for large-scale building activity. The rocky outcrops that surround the central rock gives one and indication of what the area around Sigiriya may have looked like prior to its clearing and preparation as a royal citadel.

    The Pidurangala area has been occupied on and off for over two thousand five hundred years by monks who lived in the caves around the site. It really came into prominence when King Kasyapa (477- 495 AD), who built Sigiriya, moved monks living around Sigiriya Rock to a newly refurbished and enlarged temple and monastery here at Pidurangala.

  • Day 5 : Sigiriya & Dambulla Cave

    Route: Anuradhapura / Dambulla

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    Very Early we will depart from the Hotel to Sigiriya rock for our greatest hike and walk, The drive takes about 30 mins and climb will take about an hour or more depends on our legs, Amazing view at the top.

    Sigiriya Rock Fortress

    Sigiriya is one of the most valuable historical monuments of Sri Lanka. Afternoon we visit the rock that has beautiful history. Takes about an hour to climb to the top.

    Referred by locals as the Eighth Wonder of the World this ancient palace and fortress complex has significant archaeological importance and attracts thousands of tourists every year. It is probably the most visited tourist destination of Sri Lanka. The palace is located in the heart of the island between the towns of Dambulla and Habarane on a massive rocky plateau 370 meters above the sea level.

    Sigiriya rock plateau, formed from magma of an extinct volcano, is 200 meters higher than the surrounding jungles. Its view astonishes the visitors with the unique harmony between the nature and human imagination. The fortress complex includes remnants of a ruined palace, surrounded by an extensive network of fortifications, vast gardens, ponds, canals, alleys and fountains. The surrounding territories of Sigiriya were inhibited for several thousand years

    Late afternoon we will do Dambulla Cave temple, a short drive then we will climb the rock to see the caves and the paintings which might be 30 mins or more climb, which is one of the most beautiful site to be visited in Srilanka, having 5 caves, more than 150 statues of Buddha and other deities, old paintings of Buddhism and other deities. Climbing will take about 30 mins, but very interesting to see this temple.

    History about Dambulla cave Temple

    Prehistoric Sri Lankans would have lived in these cave complexes before the arrival of Buddhism in Sri Lanka as there are burial sites with human skeletons about 2700 years old in this area, at Ibbankatuwa near the Dambulla cave complexes. There are five caves dates back to 1st Cen BC to 18th Cen AD. Beautiful paintings and many more Buddha Statues with beautifully painted.

  • Day 6 : Kandy

    Route: Dambulla / Kandy

    Time: At approximately 6 ½ hr

    Highlight: Spice Garden Matale / Kandyan Dance Show


    We Drive from Dambulla to Kandy the hill station which is 500M above sea level lush green, on the way stop at a spice garden, where you will get an opportunity to learn local srilankan spices, there we will have our delicious lunch then drive to Kandy, in the evening visit the Kandy tradition dance show & Temple of the of the Buddha where it is enshrined.

    Spice garden

    Sri Lanka is famous for its spices and spices gardens. These spice gardens offers tourists memorable visits to various spice plantations in Sri Lanka. In order to promote and uplift spice growing and spice gardens of Sri Lanka a spice council was established with all key industry private and public sector stakeholders. During early historical times Sri Lanka Known as Taprobane, was world renowned for its quality spices. During ancient times the Greeks, Romans and the Arabic maintained their links with Sri Lanka through the spice trade. There are some 4,000 different species of plants at Peradeniya Gardens. The 10,000 or so trees, which are the stars, are mature, lofty giants, many of them tropical timber trees. Highlights of the collection include the Giant Bamboo of Burma, capable of growing to 40 meters’ height (130 feet), with a 25-centimetre (10-inch) stem diameter. And it can grow by a rapid 30 centimeters a day (12 inches)

    Cultural dance show

    The Kandy Dance cultural show is one of the most famous evening events in this city of heritage, and is a major highlight of any trip. Starting in the evening, show captivates your ears and eyes with spectacular displays of local culture and art. Covering various aspects of Sri Lanka’s traditions, expect to see drummers, fire dancers, and more in a cultural spectacle that should not be missed

    History about Temple of the Tooth Kandy

    Home to the Temple of the Tooth, or the last royal capital of Sri Lanka, or a quite peaceful city lying amidst the hills – there can be several perspectives to studying the history of Kandy, considered to be the cultural capital of the island country. The city is full of surprises, so goes a common adage among the travelers to this historic city, and so it proves to be too!

    Back in the late 1400s when Kandy was referred to as the Kingdom of Kandy, it served as the throne to the ruling king Sena Sammatha Wickramabahu and his successors, followed by others in due course of time. Nayaks are considered to be the last royal rulers till the British successfully invaded it in the year 1815. The most attractive feature about this city is the relic, according to which the protector of the tooth of the Buddha is the ruler of the Kingdom, which subsequently explains the proximity of the royal palace from the temple. Known as ‘Maha Nuvara’ in the vernacular language, implying the ‘Great City’, Kandy’s nomenclature can be

    traced back to the Sinhalese ‘Kanda Uda Rata’, meaning, the land on the mountain. The journey to its present shortened version saw the influence of the Portuguese ‘Candea’. At present Kandy stands as the second largest city of Sri Lanka, apart from being the capital of the country’s Central Province. Every year, during the month of July or August, the Kandy Perahera is organized, which offers a true glimpse into the ancient traditions of the city, with colorful processions, masquerades, elephant parades and much more

    Overnight: Kandy

  • Day 7: Kithulgala

    Route: Kandy/Nawalapitiya/Kithugala

    Time:At approximately 4/12hours

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    Kitulgala

    There are three activities we are going to do here, we will decide according to the weather and the water level,

    • White water rafting

    • Abseiling

    • Confidence Jumps

    Adventure sporting Kitulgala is famous, which is in west of the road from Kandy to Nuwaraeliya, White water rafting, Abseiling and jumps are very unique to this place, wonderful experience will be you’re in Srilanka... This river is famous for the film Bridge on the River Kwai which took place.

    In the wet zone forest area you'll find one of Sri Lanka's finest locations, splendid and rich with nature's gifts. The town is called Kitulgala, where wildlife lives, plants grow, fishes and water creatures strut about with no inhibitions at all.

    Sri Lanka preserves natural beauty by protecting it, the people do not let any harm come to the nature of animals and plants.

    Kitulgala goes through two monsoons each year and is titled the wettest place in the whole country.

    Kitulgala is famous for the exotic birds that roam the sky above it, the mouth-watering rice-curry lunch that's served and the Kelani River.

    The Kellani River is safe except for some shallow parts in the opposite bank, it's a very secluded place to enjoy swimming and water sports like rafting. People enjoy picnics beside the lake and are often seen indulging in their favorite water sports. Wild and harmless fishes swim about the lake; all in all it provides a natural get-away for people finding peace.

    Overnight: Kandy

  • Day 8: Kithulgala

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    After the breakfast we will decide which event are we going to do first and then followed by the other activities

  • Day 9: Adam’s Peak

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    We will drive from Kithulgala to Adam’s Peak this will take about 2/12 hours’ drive, nearby Adam’s Peak our accommodation will be and we will start our hike to the mountain during the night, at about midnight, Our aim will be see the Sun rise and the beautiful view,, This will take about 4-5 hour walk to the top This is the 2nd largest Holiest Mountain, where Buddha’s foot is placed. After the hike we back to our hotel have our lunch and we will drive to Haputale, which will take about 5 hours or more. Need a rest so have a good sleep in the bus.

    Adam's Peak

    Adam's Peak, one of the must-visit spots in Sri Lanka, is a huge conical mountain towering over with 2,243 meters height in the central highlands of the country, carrying on its top a sacred footprint equally revered by all religions. Besides being a holy tourist destination, Adam's Peak is extremely popular with tourists for its alluring beauty and unmatched trekking. The peak, the seventh tallest peak in Sri Lanka, is also known as Sri Pada (sacred footstep) and Samanala Kanda (Butterfly Mountain).

    Adam's Peak is mostly seen as a sacred place for all religious groups. On the top, the peak treasures a big rock that carries a huge footprint that is believed to be Lord Buddha’s in Buddhist tradition, Sri Rama's in Hindu mythology, and prophet Adam's in Christian and Islamic beliefs. The peak is pretty much attractive with thickly vegetated hills all the way up that facilitates the best trekking experience. Also, the peak is headwaters to four prominent rivers in the country named Kalu, Mahaweli, Kelani and Walawe and various other tributaries and features plenty of waterfalls. Being home to a wide range of unique birds, reptiles, and mammals, Adam's Peak has in possession rich biodiversity consisting of lavish endemic flora. While Hindus hold that according to their folktale it is in Adam's Peak that Ravana, King of Asura, hid Seetha, the queen of Lord Rama after abducting her from India. Muslims have it that after the forbidden fruit incident from Heaven, Adam directly descended on Adam's Peak.

    Day 9: Haputale Hiking

    Route:Haputale- Bambarakanda water falls ,West Haputale & Udaveriya

    Highlight:Water falls, Tea estate and away from the Hustle & bustle.

    Time: At approximately 6 ½ hr. & 15Kms

    Distance:15kms to 18kms


    We Will drive from Haputale to Kalupahana, Then we will start our hiking, from Kaluphana junction, in about 5 kms we will visit the Highest water falls in Srilanka, have a little swim if you wanted , then we will continue our hike to West Haputale, a remote village, then Udaveriya Estate. Where the Tamil tea pickers are located and this area is very isolated ,,The total hike which will take about 5 to 6 hours up hill, Our Accommodation today is a multy sharing place where they have 8 rooms in the middle of the mountain, where an amazing place to be part of this trip. After the 1st day hike no any event but evening we will have our Srilanka songs entertained by our local guides. Will be fun and enjoyable. Our meals will be in the little Misty Bungalow.

    Bambarakanda Falls

    Bambarakanda Falls is the tallest waterfall in Sri Lanka. With a height of 263 m, it ranks as the 461st highest waterfall in the world. Situated in Kalupahana in the Badulla District, this waterfall is 5 km away from the A4 Highway. The waterfall was formed by Kuda Oya, which is a tributary of the Walawe River.

  • Day 10: Udaveriya –Horton Plains

    Route: Udaveriya to Horton Plains

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    Time: At approximately 6 ½ hr.

    Distance:18 to 20 Kms Hike


    After our early breakfast we will pack our little bags, start our hike, about and an hour or more climb, through the tea planation, then walk the Horton plains boarder, there after we will having our walk 8kms within the park, World’s End which is 900M clip & 700M a mini clip, Thereafter Backer’s falls, and back to the entrance, There we will see our van or taxi to take us to Haputale for our accommodation

    In the evening, we will have our Srilanka style of Rice & curry, Dosai, Idly the Tamil cuisine, very interesting be with the Srilanka family and enjoy our meal. Great to be part of the family and learn the food and the cooking process.

    Horton Plains National Park

    Horton Plains National Park is a national park in the central highlands of Sri Lanka that was designated in 1988. It is located at an elevation of 2,100–2,300 m and encompasses montane grassland and cloud forest. It is rich in biodiversity and many species found here are endemic to the region. It is located at an elevation of 2,100–2,300 m (6,900–7,500 ft.) and encompasses montane grassland and cloud forest. It is rich in biodiversity and many species found here are endemic to the region. It is also a popular tourist destination and is situated 8 kilometers (5.0 mi) from Ohiya, 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) from the world-famous Ohiya Gap/Dondra Watch and 32 kilometers (20 mi) from Nuwara Eliya.

    The Horton Plains are the headwaters of three major Sri Lankan rivers, the Mahaweli, Kelani, and Walawe. In Sinhala the plains are known as Maha Eliya Plains Stone tools dating back to Balangoda culture have been found here. The plains' vegetation is grasslands interspersed with montane forest and includes many endemic woody plants. Large herds of Sri Lankan sambar deer feature as typical mammals and the park is also an Important Bird Area with many species not only endemic to Sri Lanka but restricted to the Horton Plains. Forest dieback is one of the major threats to the park and some studies suggest that it is caused by a natural phenomenon.

    Sri Lankan Rice & curry

    Sri Lankan cooking has evolved around rice. The national meal is not referred to as “curry” but as “rice and curry”: a mountainous plate of rice generally accompanied by assorted meat and/or vegetable curries, various pickles, sambols, and a handful of tiny poppadum’s.

    More than 15 varieties of rice are grown on the island, from tiny white translucent varieties to long-grained basmati and the nutty red kakuluhaal. Locals will take balls of cooked rice and rub the highly spiced accompaniments into them, massaging the mixture gently between the fingers to blend the flavors.

    Overnight: Haputale

  • Day 11: Embilipitiya

    Route: Haputale /Emplipitya

    Highlight: Udawalawa National park

    Time: At approximately 5hr


    After having our lovely breakfast at Haputale Hill station, we will be driving to the dry zone of Embilipitiya, There on the coolest climate will be bit hotter and but still fine. This drive will take about 4/12 hours from Haputale to Udawalawa Park.

    First we see the Udawalawa elephant transit home where there may be 30 to 40 baby elephants, feeding time, Have lunch nearby then take jeeps to the nearest park udawalawa National park.

    After the jeep safari we will be driving to our lovely hotel at Embilipitiya which take may be 20 to 30 mins.

    Elephant Transit Home

    Sri Lankan Elephant is considered as an endangered species, and their survival in the natural.After our breakfast we will drive to Udawalawa, there we will see the Baby elephant the feeding time at 12.00noon, then have lunch.By late afternoon we will do our safari at the Udawalawa national park this will be about 2 or three hours safari on Jeeps. After the Safari we will drive to our lovely hotel, where our dinner is waiting for us.

    History

    Habitat is threatened due to expansion of various human activities. Therefore Human-Elephant Conflict is increasing and as a result, elephants in the forests are constantly being killed and many baby elephants become orphaned or abandoned. Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) has established the Elephant Transit Home (ETH) within Udawalawa National Park in 1995, in order to provide shelter to the orphaned and abandoned baby elephants. At present 31 destitute baby elephants are being looked after by the DWC. They will be released to the jungle, when they are strong to survive in their natural habitat. Up to date 65 baby elephants have been released to the jungle. - See more at:

    The Udawalawe Elephant Transfer Home is a facility within Udawalawe National Park in Sri Lanka that was established in 1995 by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation. Its primary objective is to rehabilitate orphaned elephant calves for ultimate release back into the wild.

    Overnight: Embilipitiya

  • Day 12: Mirissa

    Route: Embilipitya/ Mirissa

    Highlight: Beautiful beach in Srilanka... Mirissa

    Time: 5 hours’ drive


    After having our breakfast, go for a swim at the hotel pool, then we will leave from the hotel to Mirissa by 11.00am. Mirissa is one of the best unpolluted beach we see in Srilanka, We will have our relax evening, have beautiful meal and watch the Indian ocean.

    Mirissa Events

    • Surfing

    • Cycling

    • Whale watching

    • All the activities we will decide the weather reports.

    Overnight: Mirissa

  • Day 13

    Route: Mirisa /Surfing at Weligama

    Time: an hour or more


    Today after having our lovely breakfast we will go to Weligama for our surfing, Weligama is famous for surfing, enjoy your time at weligama beach.

    Relax at Weligama or Mirissa beach.

    Overnight: Mirissa

  • Day 14: Mirissa

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    In the early morning we will go by the boat to see the whales, this might take 3 hours or bit more.

    In the afternoon we will drive to Unwatunna where our cycling will take place through the village, this will be more fun and Mangrove areas, we might see the product that is made out of coconut husks, coir, brooms, and many other.

    Overnight: Mirissa

  • Day 15

    Route: Mirissa/ Ambalgoda/ Colombo

    Highlight: River board ride


    After having our lovely breakfast we will drive to Galle on the way we will stop at Galle fort, we will have a round trip around Galle fort, then drive to Ambalangoda, there we will have our boat ride, and this will be an amazing trip I guess for our end of journey... Depends on our time we will chose a place to have our lunch. In a little house in the boarder of madhu river.

    Afterwards we will drive to Colombo or Negombo for our last day. In Srilanka this drive might take about 2hrs.

    A Boat Trip In Madu River 30-45 Minutes Trip

    Take a magical speed-boat ride down the beautiful Madu River, a wetland estuary spreading over 900 hectares of which 770 hectares is covered with water and inhabited with 64 islands. The boat ride is a wonderful way to take a closer look at this complex wetland ecosystem; a world heritage site protected by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands being one of the last wetlands in Sri Lanka to contain a pristine mangrove fores

    Journey past massive mangrove forests, glide under the canopy of the forest tunnels as they curve playfully towards the watercourse. Take in the unique biodiversity of the Madu River and its surrounding islands that boasts of hundreds of birds, plants, fish and animals.

    We will be visit Ambalangoda social service center, which was a very productive projects in the vicinity of the area who’s needs have been fulfilled by helping.it is a worth visit o this place.

    The town Ambalagoda is renowned for the manufacture of wood masks and puppets. The traditional masks are carved from light Balsa like Kaduru wood (Nux vomica). Kaduru trees grow in the marshy lands bordering paddy fields. The wood is smoke dried for a week in preparation. The hand carved and hand painted masks in traditional dance dramas are both vibrant and colorful. Masks are created for three different types of dancing rituals: 'Kolam', which tell mocking stories of traditional Sri Lankan colonial life; 'Sanni', or devil dancing masks, used in a type of exorcism ceremony to heal people of persisting illnesses believed to be inflicted by demons; and 'Raksha' masks, which are used in festivals and processions. The Naga Raksha (Cobra demon) mask of the 'Raksha Kolama' (demon dance), consists of a ferocious face with bulging, popping & staring eyes, a bloodthirsty carnivorous tongue lolling out of wide mouth armored and armed to the hilt with set of fanglike teeth, all topped by a set of cobra hoods.

    Stilt fishermen

    An age old method of catching fish, very primitive and poor in results terming with today's commercial fishing perspective, but ads on beauty and uniqueness to the countries deep south coast line, as an icon of the fishing folk in Sri Lanka. A major attraction at the south cost, stilt fishing till date is continued by the locals owing to the good will gifts by the locals and the foreign visitor that adds on apart to the catch from the sea.

    A stick standing up with another piece of wood tied to it to create a seat where fisherman climb on to during the low tide to fish in the rising waters of the high tide, though is a lovely sight is a hard and uncomfortable task of few hour s for a small catch of fish enough to feed few mouths.

    History about Galle Fort

    Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka.[1] Founded in the 16th century by the Portuguese, Galle reached the height of its development in the 18th century, before the arrival of the British. It is the best example of a fortified city built by Europeans in South and South-East Asia, showing the interaction between European architectural styles and South Asian traditions.

    Overnight: Colombo or Negombo

    On the day 16th evening if you find a flight you can leave late night or on the day 17th you can book your flights.

  • Day 16

    Route: Colombo/ Airport


    Early breakfast, drive from Benthota, to Colombo do the city tour and we will have a little bit of our accommodation and drive to Colombo.

    Departure

    You will proceed to the airport for the departure.

    Sad to say, it's time to head back home for you. Still, you'll take all your precious Sri Lankan memories with you.

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