Sri Lanka Tour (7Nights / 8 Days)

Special Tour 8 Days and 7 Nights
Dubai - United Arab Emirates Srilanka

Tour Program

DAY01 CMB Airport / Kandy (120Km’s / Approx. 04 hrs)

Arrival in CMB Airport and met by a representative of Tripgo Tour and Travels and your English/Arabic speaking chauffeur guide. Then proceed to Kandy hotel.

OPTIONAL: Enroute visit Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage & Mawanella Spice Garden.

Overnight stay in Kandy

DAY02 Kandy

Breakfast and commence a city tour of Kandy.

OPTIONAL: Temple of Tooth, Royal Botanical Garden & Cultural Dance Show

Overnight stay in Kandy

DAY03 Kandy / Nuwara Eliya (80 Km’s / Approx. 02 & ½ Hrs)

Breakfast and check-out, proceed to Nuwara Eliya.

Enroute visit Ramboda Water Falls, Tea Plantation & Tea Factory

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya

DAY04 Nuwara Eliya

Breakfast and commence a city tour of Nuwara Eliya.

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya

DAY05 Nuwara Eliya / Yala (190 KM’s / Approx. 04 hrs)

Breakfast and check-out, proceed to Yala.

OPTIONAL: Jeep Safari in Yala National Park

Overnight stay in Yala

DAY06 Yala / Bentota (210 KM’s / Approx. 03 & ½ hrs)

Breakfast and check-out. Proceed to Bentota.

Full day leisure at hotel/beach.

Overnight stay in Bentota

DAY07 Bentota

Breakfast and full day leisure at hotel/beach.

OPTIONAL: Madhu River Boat Ride, Turtle Hatchery Farm & Water Sport Activities

Overnight stay in Bentota

DAY08 Bentota / Airport (110 Km’s / Approx. 01 & ½ hrs)

Breakfast and check-out.

Proceed to CMB Airport



  1. The package rates are not valid after 31st October 2022. Hence the tour has to be completed before 31st October 2022. (Except – 2nd to 12th August)
  2. Rates are subject to change, please re-check the same with us before confirming.
  3. If the airline requires an exit PCR report prior to departure from Sri Lanka, please inform us as at the time of confirmation in order to make necessary arrangement

Itinerary Descriptions



This is an orphanagenursery and captive breeding ground for wild Asian elephants located at Pinnawala village. Pinnawala has the largest herd of captive elephants in the world. In 2011, there were 96 elephants, including 43 males and 68 females from 3 generations, living in Pinnawala. The orphanage was founded to care and protect the many orphaned unweaned wild elephants found wandering in and near the forests of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1975 by the Sri Lanka Department of Wildlife Conservation (DWC).


For centuries, spices have been one of Sri Lanka’s most celebrated exports and are used for medicines and cosmetics as well as to flavour foods. We will sample scents and flavours such as cinnamon, ginger, pepper, vanilla and cardamom. Batik is the ancient art of mixing colours using wax as the main component and Sri Lanka is one of the world’s leading exponents. Examples range from simple, single coloured designs to multi-coloured masterpieces


the capital of the hill is another “World Heritage Site”. It was the last stronghold of the Sinhalese kings during Portuguese, Dutch and British rule and finally ceded to the British in 1815 after an agreement. For the Buddhists of Sri Lanka and the world, Kandy is one of the holiest places as it is the home of the “Dalada Maligawa” – Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. Nearby are the remains of the Royal Palace (“Maha Wasala”), “Palle Wasala” – where the Queens stayed – now used for the National Museum, “Meda Wasala” where other close relatives lived, Audience Hall, Natha Devala and Vishnu Devala are nearby. The bathing pavilion (“Ulpenge”) is near the lake and in the center of the lake is the island called “Kiri Samudraya” (milky white ocean) used by kings as a summer residence. Today it is the center of Buddhism, arts, crafts, dance, music and culture. Visitors can see these dances and music during the daily cultural performances held in different places in the city.




This majestic botanical garden is 147 acres in extent and was started in 1374 as a pleasure garden of the Kings of Gampola and Kandy.  There are more than 5,000 species of trees, plants and creepers. Some which are rare and endemic, as well as flora from the tropical world are found in the gardens.



Located next to the road between Kandy and Nuwara Eliya, Ramboda Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in Sri Lanka, standing at over one hundred meters tall, and is undoubtedly one of Sri Lanka’s most picturesque. It is most definitely worth a stop off during your tour of the area given the stunning surroundings and countless photo opportunities that arise.



Tea was first planted in Sri Lanka in 1824 at the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, when some plants were brought from China. Others were introduced from Assam in 1839. In 1867, a Scottish planter named James Taylor planted tea seedlings in 8 hectares of woodland on the Loolkondura estate. In 1873, Sri Lanka’s tea export industry started with a modest 23 pounds. be shipped to London. The tea will only grow on undulating ground and is classified based on elevation into 3 main groups. Today more than 200,000 hectares in the highlands and other areas are planted with tea and around 300 million kilograms, with 25% of the world’s tea exports, Sri Lanka is the largest tea exporter in the world



 Meaning “city of light”, it is a city in the central highlands of Sri Lanka with a picturesque landscape and a temperate climate. It is located at an elevation of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is considered the most important place for tea production in Sri Lanka. The city is dominated by Pidurutalagala, the highest mountain in Sri Lanka. It is the heart of Sri Lankan tea country interspersed with gushing streams and thundering waterfalls. The city with the highest altitude in the beautiful tropical island. And true to expectations, it finds breathtaking views of valleys, meadows, mountains and vegetation in a healthy climate. It’s hard to imagine Nuwara Eliya being only 180km from hot and humid Colombo. City attractions include the golf course, trout streams, Victoria Park, and boating or fishing on Lake Gregory. Victoria Park is an attractive and well-used oasis. There are many famous waterfalls around the city.



Ruhunu National Park covers 126,786 hectares, including the Narrow Nature Reserve (Block II). The most familiar is Block I (14,101 hectares) and these blocks were established in 1938. Yala is famous for its large herds and large numbers of elephants, leopards, spotted deer, sambhurs, crocodiles, mongooses, wild boars, buffaloes. Wild and many other animals. More than 130 bird species have been recorded, including residents and winter visitors.


In the 915-hectare Maadu Ganga Estuary is connected by two narrow channels to the Randombe Lake, forming a complex wetland system encompassing 64 mangrove islets. In the year 2000, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) undertook a detailed biodiversity survey of the region & revealed the existence of no less than 10 major wetland vegetation types supporting over 300 plant species & 248 species of vertebrates.



 Globally, all seven species of marine turtles are endangered. Of these seven, five come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The process of marine turtles nesting, hatchlings being born, and swimming back to sea is fascinating to observe.

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