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CULTURE AND HERITAGE /NATURE AND WILD LIFE /HILL COUNTRY /ADVENTURE/BEACHES
Day 01 – Arrival and welcome in Colombo Airport.
Transfer to your hotel in Negombo Or Anuradhapura.
Day 02 – Visit to Anuradhapuraya ( Over night Stay in Sigiriya )
Day 03 – Visit to Polonnaruwa ( Over night Stay in Sigiriya)
Day 04 – Leave to Kandy
Day 05 - Kandy
Day 06 – Leave to Adam's Peak
Day 07 – Leave to Kataragama
Day 08 – Kataragama
Day 09 – Leave to Southern Palm beaches
Day 10 – Southern Beach
Day 11 – Southern Beach
Day 12 – Departure to Sweet Home
Places to see in Anuradhapura:
Places to see in Polonnaruwa:
Places to see in and around Sigiriya and Dambulla:
Places to see in and around Kandy:
|Adam's Peak (2243 m) is not the highest mountain of Sri Lanka, but is certainly the most remarkable..
A depression in the rocky summit resembles a huge footprint, which has been venerated as a sacred sigh from remote antiquity. This was identified by Buddhists as the Buddha's footprint, by Hindus as that of Shiva, and by Muslims as Adam's. Later the Portuguese attributed it to St. Thomas the Apostle.
Climb the Adams Peak in time to reach the summit at sunrise, and you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view!
Places to see in Kataragama:
|In Yala National Park you have a chance to get close to the wild life of Sri Lanka and spot ex. leopards, bears, monkeys and ungulates like deers. Among the reptiles there are many kinds of lizards, snakes and crocodiles. A large number of amphibians are everywhere. The sound from frogs and gekkoes at night is well known sound. Sri Lanka is a paradise for bird watchers (and insects). Freshwater fish are found in rivers and lakes.Flora. There are thousands of flowering plants. The coconut palm is 'the tree of life' to the Sri Lankans. The nuts are being used for drink and food. (King coconut for drinking) The leaves and wood for building. Sri Lanka is the largest coconut consuming country of all. Among the trees of the forests are some valuable species, such as satinwood, ebony, ironwood and mahogany.|
On the way to the South Coast you will find: