1: Colombo - Negombo
Afternoon City tour. Visit the Dutch Fortlet, Dutch Church, Dutch Canal, Fish Market, Lagoon with Catamaran boats and other city sites.
2: Warakapola - Pinnawela - Kandy
the engraving of 51 figures on the cave wall by the pre-historic men
who had lived in the caves more than 10,000 years ago. Trek from the
cave uphill and to "Galapitamada" town, where the vehicle
is waiting for you.
After passing Kegalle town visit Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage to see more than 65 Elephants and some of the 23 baby elephants born in captivity. The best time to see them is at the time of feeding and when all are taken to the river for bathing.
at a Restaurant at Pinnawela.
3: Kandy - Matale - Dambulla - Sigiriya
at the hotel.
At Dambulla visit the Buddhist Cave Temples, to see more than 22,000 sq. feet of murals on the walls and ceilings of the 5 caves dating from the 2nd century B.C. up to 18th C. A.D. You could see more than 150 Buddha Statues and statues of Gods & Kings.
4: Aligala - Kaludiya Pokuna
along the Moat to see some rare birds including, Three-toed Kingfisher,
Stork-billed, Pied, and White-breasted Kingfishers, Shahins Falcon,
Ceylon Grey Hornbill, Shama, Cormorants, Copper smith Barbet, Fish Owl,
and other birds.
Trek back to the vehicle and return to hotel in the evening. Dinner & overnight stay at HOTEL SIGIRIYA, Sigiriya
06: Matale - Elkaduwa
Lunch at Swiss Recidence Hotel.
Afternoon walk in the Spice and Tea plantations. Walk up to the waterfalls (175 ft. high) and play golf in the 6-hole, 3-par mini-golf course and / or bath in the pool.
7: Pattipola - Nuwara Eliya
Look for Wild Orchids, Red flowered Rhododendron (Rhododendron Zeylanicum) Plants, stunted trees with hanging ' Old man's beard' moss, dwarf marsh bamboo, Strabilenthus or 'Nilu' plants, that bloom once in 10-12 years and all die together, tree-ferns, and many species of endemic and rare Butterflies and Birds, including Sri Lanka Jungle Fowl, Sri Lanka Wood Pigeon, Orange-billed Babbler, Sri Lanka Blue Magpie, Sri Lanka Hill Munia, Dull-blue Fly Catcher, Pied Bush Chat, Grey Tit, Zitting Cisticola (Ashy-headed Babbler), Sri Lanka Whistling Thrush (Arrenga) - found near the 'Arrange pool' or at the Baker's falls.
After lunch trekking in the Plains. Climb Totupala-third highest mountain in Sri Lanka (7741 ft).Then enter the National Park and walk (this is the only National Park in Sri Lanka where visitors are allowed to walk) in the Park, along the footpaths made for trout fishing. Trek through the 'Patana' grassland and enter the jungle. See wild animals such as Sambhur (more than 3000 in the Horton Plains), the Bear Monkey (endemic) the Dusky Toque Monkey, two types of jungle Squirrels, the Dusty Striped Jungle Squirrels, the Dusty Striped Jungle Squirrel and the Highland Giant Squirrel, the Leopard, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Rusty spotted Cat, Fishing Cat, Wild Boar and other animals.
the 'World's End' where the escarpment drops 3000 ft. to the 'Nagrak'
Tea Estate up to the distant sea, and the 'Little Worlds End'. Trek
to Baker's fall.
8: Adam's Peak
Adam's Peak - All four major religions of Sri Lanka claim Adam's Peak as a holy mountain. Buddhists call the mountain Sri Pada ("the sacred footprint") and say it was visited by Gautama Buddha himself. To Hindus, the peak called Shivan Adipatham ("the creative dance of Shiva") preserves Lord Shiva's footprint. Muslims insist it is the place where Adam first set foot on earth. And Roman Catholics say the footprint impressed in the boulder at the summit is that of St. Thomas, the early Christian apostle who preached in South India.
9: Colombo - Negombo
the Mlesna exquisite tea boutique, cashew nut shop, ready made garments
and all sorts at Majestic City. Visit the Lanka Ceramics Centre, a place
where you can buy "NORITAKE SET" or other ceramic items, visit
the Odel shop at Lipton place and' House of Fashion'