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Cultural and Adventure Tour
( 16 days/15 nights )

Day 1: Waikkala
On arrival, our representative will meet you at the airport and then you will be transferred to Ranweli Hotel in Waikakala, which located on a sandy beach enjoy yourself with its temperature controlled swimming pool, falls into dry zone sort. Waikakala is in the midst of marine, coastal, estuarine, mangroves and marshland. All of theses have contributed to the avifaunal diversity visible in the instantaneous surrounding. Most of avifauna is characteristically wetland. In the evening, we invite you to experience your trip on canoe riding. Dinner and stay overnight at Ranweli Hotel.

Day 2: Waikkala
After breakfast, you are free to laze by the beach at your own activities. Before ending the day Light, we take you jumping about excitement on paddleboat in the surrounding. Dinner and stay overnight at Ranweli Hotel.

Day 3: Dambulla - Sigiriya
Commencing the day with breakfast and then we depart for Sigiriya via Dambulla. You will visit the Dambulla Cave Temple - one of the most impressive Buddhist temples in the world was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The temple is composed of 5 caves, which have been converted into shrine rooms. Within these rooms is housed a collection of 100 and 50 statues of the Buddha with its inside paintings as dusk draws in, hundreds of swallows swoop and dart around the cave entrances. This place is worth visiting not only for historical site itself but it is also for the beautiful view over the countryside you can get uphill. Dinner and stay overnight at Sigiriya Hotel.

Day 4: Sigiriya
After breakfast, we proceed to rock fortress Sigiriya - a world heritage site, which is considered as the 8th wonder of the world, this massive rock outcrop has held the palace complex of the king Kassapa completed with moasts, walls, terraces water gardens on its summit. Sigiriya sanctuary with extent of 51,099 ha, is in the Polonnaruwa District, also has a large population of migratory elephants, apart from the presence of many other large mammals. Another important factor is the presence of Loris is this sanctuary. The bird life is very reach in this sanctuary. More than 150 species of birds can be seen, saying that; Oriental Sharma, Pompadour Green Pigeon, Shahin Falcon, Crested Hawk Wagle, Rufus bellied Hawk Eagle and Greater Racket Tailed Drongo is very common. You will return to hotel later than the afternoon. Dinner and stay overnight at Sigiriya Hotel.

Day 5: Habarana - Polonnaruwa
Breakfast serving, followed the day by hitting the road to Polonnaruwa, we start an excitement journey of the day with being on safari at Habarana. Travelling on elephant's back is one of our highlight - you will have an experience on a tamed Elephant into the jungle, closely observe its daily activities, such as feeding, bathing. Dinner and stay overnight at Sudu Araliya Hotel.

Day 6: Mihintale - Polonnaruwa
Having breakfast in the early morning, then, we will depart to Mihintale - is one of enormous spiritual significant to the Sinhalese, it is a beautiful site, revered for being the place where the king was converted to Buddhism in 243 BC enabling the religion to spread over the whole island. The hilltop is worth climbing, The triple hills you struggle up give you superb views, one hilltop has a modern Buddha which is beautifully carved, another has an impressive dagoba and temple and the order is a climb up stone cut grooves to a meditation rock outcrop. After ending the tour in Mihintale, we transfer you to Sudu Araliya for dinner and stay overnight.

Day 7: Wasgamuwa
Get up and have breakfast in the early morning, up next, we keep on to Wasgamuwa - the "Strict Natural park Reserve" with a coverage of 36,948 hectares, bounded by the Mahaweli River on the east and Amban on the west and the north. Wasgamuwa National Park, centrally located province, provides diverse microhabitats for fauna and flora of the area; 23 species of mammals, 143 of the 428 species of birds found in Sri Lanka, of these, 8 species are endemic to Sri Lanka, 17 species of reptiles and 5 of their endemic. The park is also a heaven for butterflies, 50 species are found throughout the park and 9 of these are endemic. This park is parenthetically renowned for elephants and bears.

In the afternoon, you, all natures lovers will leave the paradise on your behind and head toward the fully serviced movable camp. Dinner and overnight stay.

Day 8: Kandy
After breakfast, we continue driving to Kandy, Sri Lanka's hill capital stronghold of the Sinhala kings, repository of culture, religious center is Sri Lanka's most beautiful town - where the famous Dalada Maligawa another world heritage site - is, is a very important place to visit. The Dalada Maligawa also called the Temple of the Tooth and known to house the Tooth Relic of the Lord Buddha. In the evening, you are welcomed to witness Kandy Culture and the Kandyan Home garden system, which is the emphasis of the day. Dinner and overnight stay at Tree of Life in Kandy.

Day 9: Belihuloya
After breakfast, you will be picked up and driven to Kithulgala. We offer you a great experience on white-water rafting. After lunch, we go to Belihuloya - this is a very picturesque and romantic hamlet situated about 160km from Colombo in the historical Sabaragamuwa province. This region is a climatically transitional area linking the wet & dry zone with the hill country & the low country. This is very important location gas made it one of the places in the country with the highest bio-diversity. The streams namely "Belihuloya" and "Galagamaoya" meet together creating a natural bathing area with clear unpolluted water, which comes from "Horton Plains" 2200 metres above the sea level. Before the night falling down, we will reach Belihuloya. Dinner and stay overnight at The Resort or Camping.

Day 10: Horton Plains
After breakfast we begin trekking to Horton Plains, the most certainly one of the world's best nature reserves, which consist of famous "World's End", "Bakers Fall", Chiminini Pool" etc. Beside Elk, Deer, Giant Squirrel, Wild Boar, Wild Hair, Percupine, and a variety of Migratory birds haunt Horton Plains nature Reserve, which is only one of its kind to this region. As said by counting, there are 16 Leopards in Horton Plains. If you are lucky you may get a glimpse of a Leopard during your break in the Horton Plains. A sheer drop of 3,700ft, World's End offers one a fantastic and awesome view. Down below, one is greeted, by the beautiful view of sprawing tea estate laved with gravel roads and line rooms, and if one looks beyond, by breathtaking panoramic view of the southern part of the island down to the coast. We will be passing the evening to see Elk coming out before return to Belihouloya. The dinner will be served in late evening today. Dinner and stay overnight at Belihuloya River garden Resort (cottage/campsite/Eco lodge).

Day 11: Udawalawe
After enjoy bird watching in the early morning, you will leave for Udawalawe National Park. This 30,281 hectares dry zone game park was declared as a protected national park in 1972. It has as annual rainfall of 1,524 millimeters and an average temperature of 29.4C. This park is world renowned for its elephants. You will see the herds of them bathing and playing in the water, making a pleasant sight.

After lunch, you will set off on safari tour in the park. The Udawalawe National Park is an ideal place for bird watching as it endows a wide variety of birds. The parkland is an excellent habitat of many endemic species such as the Red-faced Malkoha, Serpent Eagles, Hawk Eagles, White-Bellied Sea Eagles, Black Eagles, Black Capped Bulbuls, Racket-tailed Drongos, Malabar Pied Horn Bills, White-necked Storks, Open Bills, Ibis, Shama (the forest Nightingale), Strol-Billed Kingfishers, and peacocks. The migrant birds can also be found here such as the forest wagtails, Indian Pitta, Whiskered Terns, Osprey sand Pipers and Terns. Dinner and overnight stay in a campsite in the park.

Day 12: Tangalle Bay
Enjoy your first meal of the day, we proceed to Tangalle Bay, which is one of the nicest spots along the coast, particularly if you just want somewhere to laze and soak up the sun. Before arriving Tangalle Bay, you will take you to en route visit the Elephant Transit Centre, to look after the abandoned baby elephants, was set up in 1995 as pilot project by the Department of Wildlife Conservation.

The rest of the day, you are free for enjoying yourself on the beach or discovering the town, which is itself an easy-going place with the attractions, such as the remainders of Dutch days, including the Rest House, which was once home for the Dutch administrators. Dinner and overnight stay at Tangalle Nature Resort.

Day 13: Tangalle Bay
After breakfast, it is your whole day available until the late evening approaching, we guide you to Rekawa for Turtle watching - find out of 7 species of marine turtles come ashore to nest in Sri Lanka. The turtle watch program is a nature tourism initiative developed by the TCP (Turtle Conversation Project). "Rekawa",which is one of Sri Lanka's most important marine turtle nesting where all 5 species come to the nest throughout the year. The peak season takes place between February and July. Nevertheless we cannot reckon on the coming along of the marine turtle every night but we can guarantee that you will have an exciting nighttime adventure on one of the world's most beaches. Dinner and overnight stay at Tangalle Nature Resort.

Day 14-15: Kalutara
After breakfast, we drive to Kalutara, which was once an important spice-trading centre controlled at various times by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. Today it has reputation for fine basketware and also for the best mangosteens on the island. Dinner and overnight stay at Tangerine Beach Hotel.

Day 16: Departure
After breakfast, we will be transferred to the airport for your next destination flight.

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