Sarisara Lanka Tours
Duration: 14 Days 13 Nights
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  • Sri Lanka is a land unlike any other, offering a diverse blend not only in geography and climate, but heritage, culture, adventure, wildlife and so much more. Explore everything that makes Sri Lanka truly the Wonder of Asia with this 14 Day Tour around Paradise Isle. From the evergreen hills and misty plains high above sea level to adrenaline pumping white water rafting, from the untouched nature of wildlife parks and sanctuaries, to golden beaches with turquoise blue-green oceans, to the urbanized commercial capital, make your journey in Sri Lanka one to remember with Tales with Ceylon.


    Holiday Highlights

    The package has been designed for 14 days/13 nights our team is geared to cater to your unique requirements by customizing the package for different duration as per your request. You will find some of the highlights of Explore Sri Lankan tour has to offer for here visitors. They are as follows,

    • Boat Safari
    • Water Sport Kalpitiya
    • Dolphin watching Excursion
    • Bird Watching
    • Cooking Lessons
    • Wild Life Jeep Safari
    • Dambulla Golden Rock Temple
    • Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress
    • Finest Aurvedic Massage & Spa
    • Spicy Garden Visit
    • Temple of the Tooth Kandy
    • Cultural show in Kandy
    • Tea Plantation Visit
    • Trekking


    Additional Information

    Price Includes

    • Transport by Air-conditioned private vehicle
    • Service of an English speaking chauffeur
    • Current applicable all government taxes & service charge


    Price Excludes

    • Optional activity cost and Entrance fees*
    • Guide Service Fee
    • Tips & Gratuities
    • Visa Fees
    • Any Private Expenses 



    • Umbrella
    • Free Wi-Fi in car*
    • Mineral water bottle*
    • Passenger Insurance for transportation*


      Meet the Chauffaur Guide at the Bandaranayake International Airport on your arrival and drive you to the coastal city of Negombo, about 15 minutes away.


      Enjoy the sun on the sandy beaches of Negombo on the Western Coast of Sri Lanka. Watch the flourishing fish industry, which is a centuries-old tradition. Ride an adrenaline high with some fun water sports. Enjoy the corals and underwater life while diving. See the 50-year-old ship-wreck just off the coast, where many varieties of fish make their home.if you wish, you can bask in the sun at the charming Negombo beach, take a dip in the ocean, enjoy a boat ride on the lagoon or tour the bustling fishing villages.

      Overnight Stay in Hotel


      After breakfast, drive to Kalpitiya, about 3 hours north of Negombo. You will be warmly welcomed by , the owner of the hotel you are staying at. There’s a myriad of exciting water sports options available at Kalpitiya, such as sea kayaking, windsurfing and catamaran sailing.

       Overnight Stay in Hotel


      Embark on an early morning dolphin watching excursion. (Best between November and April; weather permitting.)

      Dolphin Watching Tour

      Between November and April it is possible to go dolplin watching off the Kalpitiya Peninsula. Groups of hundreds of spinner dolphins congregate to frolic in the calm morning waters. It is sometimes possible to see sperm whales too, although it is necessary to travel further out to sea to witness these majestic creatures.

      Then visit the historic St. Anne’s Catholic Church and Return to the hotel.

      Overnight stay in Hotel


      After breakfast, take a short drive to the Mud House, a private and seductive eco-lodge surrounded by tropical greenery.

      The Mud House

      pread throughout a large expanse of forest on the outskirts of a small village in Sri Lanka lies The Mudhouse – a private and seductive retreat, far away from the beaten track.

      Flanked by lakes and blessed with abundant birdlife, wildlife and natural beauty, The Mudhouse offers a range of rustic accommodation in private and individually designed huts.

      Run with environmental sustainability as its core focus, The Mudhouse aims to be a positive force for the people and nature with whom we co-exist.

      Fun and friendly, this laid-back lodge offers a unique chance to experience rural Sri Lankan life in all its colourful splendour.

      You’ll stay at huts made of clay with coconut thatched roofs and outdoor showers. There’s no electricity on the premises, and cars are not allowed so bicycles are the only available mode of transport. Each hut is equipped with bicycles, binoculars, bird watching books, blankets, towels and cool boxes. Enjoy lunch by a lovely pond and then go on a cycling tour through the nearby countryside

      Return to your hut for diner & overnight.


      After breakfast, kayak on the pond enjoying the birds and other wildlife in the area.

      Bird Watching

      A typical Bird Watching trip would start with an early morning cup of tea in your hut before gently strolling the lanes and paths. The various lakes are often hotspots for a flurry of colourful specimens, but it can be just exciting trying to catch a quick glimpse of the smaller species hiding in the forest cover.


      The Mudhouse has kayaks on-site for the two lakes,

      Afterwards, visit the former royal capitals of Yapahuwa and Panduwasnuwara.


      Yapahuwa is one of Sri Lanka’s best preserved and least visited ancient capitals.

      Dating from the 13th century, Yapahuwa was built in the style of Sigirya and stands resplendently above a 90 metre tall rock. Yapahuwa was a royal palace and a military fortress, originally constructed by King Buvanekabahu in 1273.

      As with many ancient sites in Sri Lanka, Yapuhwa was later used as a Buddhist monastery and its history and significance are entwined in a web of monarchistic and religious influences from different periods of Sri Lankan history. Indeed, Yapahuwa was also used to house the sacred tooth relic for a period – Sri Lanka’s most treasured Buddhist relic. There are a number of caves at the base of the rock with some interesting shrines, moats and ramparts.

      if you don’t want to travel, you can stay at the Eco-lodge and Participated for the cooking Lesson.

      Cooking Lessons

      Cooking lessons are possible in either the morning or afternoon, in order to prepare the meals for lunch or dinner. Much of the produce used is harvested fresh from the farm and delivered directly to the kitchen. You can discover how to prepare some of the delicious local recipes from scratch.

      The lessons usually comprise of teaching whatever is on the menu for that given day, but if there are any dishes in particular you would like to learn we can add them to the menu!

      With no mains electricity there is also no fridge in the kitchen, meaning that all dishes are prepared fresh and not kept or preserved. Learning to cook the traditional way is both labour and time intensive but, we feel, is directly reflected in the flavour of the food.


      After breakfast leave to Dambulla, which is a 2-hour drive to Dambull visit the UNESCO-designated Dambulla Cave Temple complex. These 5 magnificent caves have stunning Buddhist paintings, murals, shrines and over 150 statues.


      Evening Jeep Safari of  Minneriya National Park

      Minneriya National Park is located between Habarana and Polonnaruwa. Covered an area of 8890 hectares park is an ideal place for elephant and leopard watching. The vegetation of this park is mixed evergreen and scrub areas. The important feature of this park is that 3rd century built Minneriya Tank is located in the park. During the dry season Minneriya tank becomes the ideal place to observe its natural wild life. Minneriya National Park is home to 24 species of mammals,160 species of birds , 75 species of butterflies, 9 species of amphibians, 26 species of fish and 25 species of reptiles.

      Overnight stay in Habarana


      After a early breakfast leave to visit the Sigiriya Rock fortress, the 5th century rock fortress built by an ancient Sri Lankan king. This UNESCO-designated site is an unusual castle built on top of a rock rising 200 meters from dense jungle. Afterwards, drive about two hours to Kandy, which was the capital of the island’s last kingdom.

      Activites during your Stay.

      • Spicy Garden

      Visit a spice garden in Matale to see many different types of spices Sri Lanka is famous for. Just 25 km from the hill capital of Kandy, the Matale spice gardens are among the best on the island. You will be introduced to different spices and shown how some of these spices are grown and processed.

      Then proceed to Kandy & engage with the following Activities,

      Technical Tours

      Go on technical tours related to arts such as gem crafting, woodcarving and visit batik factory.

      Evening check in to witness of Kandiyan Cultural Show

      The Kandy Cultural Show gives an opportunity to experience some of the traditions of Sri Lanka. Enjoy this hour long extravaganza as some of the most popular art forms of the island take to the stage. Get wowed by fire dancers and sword dancers. Watch the colorful Kandyan dancers take to the air to the thrumming primal beat of the drums.

      Visit Temple of Tooth Relic.

      The Temple of the Tooth Relic a UNESCO World Heritage Site which was built in the 16th century as the place of veneration and protection for Lord Buddha’s sacred tooth. Walk through the beautifully embellished passageways and elaborately painted halls, done in red, cream and black. Lounge against delicately carved pillars and get amazed by the beautiful golden statues. Get an unforgettable experience of history and art.

      Over night stay in Kandy

    • DAY 8 KANDY

      After the breakfast visit the vegetable,fruit market, town center, an arts and crafts center and the vibrant bazaar not far from the lake, which is worth seeing for the diversity of products and its atmosphere. Afterward visit to  Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens, located just 5 kilometers from the Kandy City.

      Royal Botanical Gardens

      Visit the famous Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya, which were formed in the early 19th century. Walk through the vast area containing over 4000 species of plants. Enjoy the learning more about the orchids, spices and medicinal plants. Wander down avenues shaded by large and rare trees or bordered by flowering plants. Enjoy seeing the cannonball tree, walking over the wobbly suspension bridge and through the short hedge mazes or even climbing the twisty trees that make wonderful jungle gyms.

       Udawatte Kele Sanctuary(optional)

      You can join for a trekking in Udawatte Kele Sanctuary which is just above the Royal Palace of Temple of Tooth Relic on this day. If you are a Nature Lover the Udawattekele Sanctuary which is a verdant nature reserve located within the district of Kandy with a wealth of indigenous and endemic plants.

      Millenium Elephant Foundation (optional)

      The Millennium Elephant Foundation (MEF) is a family run non-government organization (NGO) dedicated to improving the welfare of domestic elephants throughout Sri Lanka. The Foundation provides and funds the care, medical treatments, food, mahout salaries, the running costs of the charity as well as having an on-call Mobile Veterinary Unit which travels around the country treating sick elephants in need. The Elephant Walk Experience is another alternative to elephant riding for tourists, which is an ethical, up close and personal experience for tourists.

      Overnight stay in Kandy


      Travel duration – 5 hours

      After early breakfast leave to the Mountains, Drive through the spectacular Hill Country with impressive landscapes, beautiful tea plantations, lakes and waterfalls to Haputale, the city is famed for stunning views of the valley below. Tour the Dambetenna tea factory and visit the Lipton’s Seat, from where the tea baron Sir Thomas Lipton used to contemplate his tea plantations.

      Transfer to hotel  and overnight stay

      After early breakfast leave to the Mountains, Drive through the spectacular Hill Country with impressive landscapes, beautiful tea plantations, lakes and waterfalls to Haputale, the city is famed for stunning views of the valley below. Tour the Dambetenna tea factory and visit the Lipton’s Seat, from where the tea baron Sir Thomas Lipton used to contemplate his tea plantations.

      Transfer to hotel  and overnight stay



      After breakfast, meet your professional hiking guide who will help you on your exotic hiking trip. The scenic hiking trail will have breathtaking views of verdant paddy fields and charming villages.

      After your hike, arrive at  Haputale for dinner and overnight stay


      Trek to Ohiya

      After Breakfast, embark on a scenic trek to Ohiya from Haputale enjoying the highland forests, tropical wildlife, beautiful tea plantations and cool weather. Enjoy a relaxing picnic for lunch. In the afternoon, reach a village near Ohiya where you will spend the night at a homestay.


      Trek to the Bambarakanda Falls

      After a early breakfast, go on a refreshing early morning trek through picturesque fields to Bambarakanda Falls, Sri Lanka’s highest waterfall. Take an invigorating dip in the cool waters. Afterwards, drive on winding roads passing by stunning scenery towards Kitulgala.

      Overnight stay in Kithulgala


      After breakfast leave to Kithulgala, upon arrival commence yourself in a an unforgettable 3-hour whitewater rafting trip on the Kelani River and the stunning riverside scenery.

      White Water Rafting

      Experience White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River, covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand. The distance covered is around 5 KMs. The river and its surrounding will make you feel enchanted, with a memorable Experience during your White Water Rafting Tour in Kitulagala.

      Afterwards, drive to Colombo and transfer to your hotel for overnight. Dinner at leisure.


      On your final day, go on an eventful Colombo city tour. Colombo is the economic capital of Sri Lanka with magnificent colonial houses and buildings such as the Portuguese Fort. We recommend the district of Pettah, with its bazaar, its mosque, the district of City Hall with its colonial buildings. Walk around Beira Lake to discover the Buddhist temple of Gangaramaya. It’s also an opportunity to meet your local agent. Enjoy some shopping before transferring to the Bandaranaike International Airport.

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