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11 Days Sri Lanka

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15. June 2019

 

 

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What to Expect
  • ancient city of Anuradhapura
  • Fishermen village in Kuchaveli
  • Beach in Trincomalee and Arugam Bay
  • Safari in Kumana National Park
  • Bicycle tour in Ella
  • Tea factory in Nuwara Eliya
  • Hiking at Horton Plains National Park
  • Train trip to Kandy
  • Temple of Tooth Relic in Kandy
  • Colombo City Tour
  • Authentic Sri Lankan Food

Tour Start & End

Start: Colombo

End: Colombo

Price Includes

  • 10 nights accommodation
  • Meals according tour plan (10 x Breakfast, 10 x Dinner)
  • Depending on the route mix of private car and public transportation (Tuk-Tuk, Train, private car, Bicycle)
  • Entrance fees for Safari at Kumana National Park, Temple of Tooth Relic, Horton Plains National Park
  • English or German speaking guide
  • taxes

Price Excludes

  • international flight tickets
  • Other entrance fees for parks, museums, etc.
  • Any Private Expenses
  • camera permissions
  • tips
  • travel insurance
  • Visa (approx. 35 US$ on arrival)
  • other meals and drinks not mentioned in the itinerary
Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Colombo - Negombo

On arrival at the Colombo Bandaranayake International Airport, you will be driven to the city of Negombo to your homestay, situated along the coasts, 7km from the airport. Do a city tour covering Pristine Golden Beach, Dutch Fort House Prison, Negombo Lagoon, Fishermen’s Huts, Hamilton Canal, Neoclassical St. Mary’s Church, Vivid Religious Paintings etc.

Overnight stay: Homestay in Negombo
Meals: -/-/D

Day 2Ancient city of Anuradhapura

Travel back in time as you explore the ancient city of Anuradhapura. Meander amongst the age-old dagobas (brick stupas) which rival only the pyramids of Giza in size amongst the structures of old, the crumbling monastic buildings, and the vast Pokunas (pools). Hidden away in the dense jungle, this 4th century religious and political capital persevered for 1300 years before it was abandoned. Today, this sprawling city still serves as a religious centre and has been recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site. After an eventful day, turn in to your homestay for your overnight stay in Anuradhapura.

Overnight stay: Homestay in Anuradhapura
Meals: B/-/D

Day 3Visit Kuchaveli, a fishermen village

Transfer to Trincomalee. In the afternoon you will visit the little coastal village – Kuchchaveli. A breath-taking beach destination, Kuchchaveli is a vision of a paradise; its secluded beach affording captivating sunsets and wonderful strolls along the clear, soft sand. Dip your toes in the cool water as you gaze upon the vast expanse of turquoise waters – offering an air of serenity and tranquility for a relaxing holiday.
Along this part of the coast, fishermen are a common sight – ideal for those who want to learn more about this charming village and experience the slower rhythm of life of the local fishermen. Watch as fishermen set out on their boats early in the morning and expertly cast their lines above the waters. Add to the experience by trying your hand at deep sea fishing in Sri Lanka should you wish to.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Trincomalee
Meals: B/-/D

Day 4Trincomalee – Beach - optional fisihing tour

You can use this day for leisure and relay at the beach or explore the surroundings.
The port city of Trincomalee has been a focal point of trade and a place of Hindu pilgrimage dating back to 400 B.C. Enter the Fort Frederick, which hosts many popular tourist destinations. This fort, built by the Portuguese in 1623, was subsequently used by the Dutch and British as a naval base. Entering via the fort, behold the famed Koneswaram Kovil (temple) built atop the Swami rock by a cliff where pilgrims from across the world gather here to pay homage to the Hindu God, Lord Shiva. Visit the popular lover’s leap, which hosts a monument that speaks of perhaps a more tragic than a romantic tale of a daughter of Dutch General who leapt into the ocean to her death.
Option: Fishing tour

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Trincomalee
Meals: B/-/D

Day 5Arugam Bay

You’ll never be able to get enough of the infamous beaches of Sri Lanka – least of all Arugam Bay, which you will depart for after breakfast. Kick back, relax and have a drink in the spectacular surroundings.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Arugam Bay
Meals: B/-/D

Day 6Safari at Kumana National Park

Hit the beach post breakfast to find the perfect surfing conditions at the 4th best wind surfing location in South East Asia and the 10th best location in the world. What better way to kick start your day than with roar of the waves and the wind in your hair? Venture through the wilderness of Kumana, the 2nd largest National Park in Sri Lanka, on an exciting safari in search of, among other species, slinking leopards, majestic elephants and hundreds of rare species of migratory and endemic birds.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Arugam Bay
Meals: B/-/D

Day 7Bicycle tour in Ella

After breakfast we are going to Hali Ela (approx. 3 hours drive) for a spellbinding experience, as you are taken around the hills, through the lush, green tea plantations, into the clouds and through the tunnels of the salubrious hill country of Sri-Lanka. From Hali Ela you will do a bicycle tour to the 9-arch bridge in Ella. The small town of Ella, nestled amidst the green, misty hills, serves as the ideal retreat from your busy lifestyle. After lunch we drive cycle back to Hali Ela. This round trip will be around 20 km by bike. If wished, the tour can also be done in a Tuk-Tuk.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Nuwara Eliya
Meals: B/-/D

Day 8Nuwara Eliya – Tea factory and plantations

After breakfast we drive to Nuwara Eliya, travel through the winding green hills to the salubrious, misty hills of Nuwara Eliya – a prominent tourist and local holiday destination, assuring you tranquillity and relaxation amidst the exhilarating vista of tea plantations, waterfalls, and lakes. Enroute, visit a tea factory to witness the tea industry of the island, as Sri- Lanka is one of the largest producers and exporters of tea in the world.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Nuwara Eliya
Meals: B/-/D

Day 9Horton Plains National Park - Train trip to Kandy – Temple of Holy Tooth Relic

Early in the morning at 5 am you will be driven to the 20 km far away Horton Plains national park to start at the opening time at 6 am the hike crossing the Baker’s Falls till the World’s End Drop. This hike is 9 km long and will take around 3 hours.
After the hike take the train for Kandy, through the beautiful scenery to the second largest city in Sri Lanka and a UNESCO world heritage site, due its rich, vibrant culture and history. This historic city was the Royal Capital during the 16th century and maintains its sanctified glory predominantly due to the sacred temples. Visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, lined with large processions of devotees seeking the blessings of their Lord. Built in the 16th century, the temple has remained to be the most blessed site for Buddhists of the island as it holds Lord Buddha’s relic—a tooth.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Kandy
Meals: B/-/D

Day 10:Train trip to Colombo – Colombo City Tour

Train trip to Colombo. Do a 2 hours city tour in the capital of Sri Lanka.

Overnight stay: Option for Hotel or Homestay in Colombo
Meals: B/-/D

Day 11Tour End

You can spend the day as you want until your transfer to the airport.

Meals: B/-/-

Accommodation

All accommodations on our tours are in, primarily, family run home stays, farm stays, Eco friendly small hotels. The food in the accommodation is primarily sourced locally or organically grown in the own garden and the large number of dishes on the menus are home made. We encourage and educate local guides in the villages and hire them in places where their expertise and local knowledge will enhance your experience and understanding of historical context and on the environmental impact of your visit.

We work together with a variety of different homestays and eco hotels. Their room availability will be checked at your booking. If one accommodation is already fully booked, you will stay in a similar accommodation of the same category.

Price & Availability

Private Tour

Minimum number of traveller: 2

Date Double Room
(per person with 2 travellers)
Triple Room
(per person with 3 travellers)
4-Bed / Family Room
(per person with 4 travellers)
Anytime 1,220 € 930 € 860 €

 

Upgrades

Single Room Occupancy 130 €
4-Star-Hotel 300 €

Upcoming Group Tours

Group Size: 1-6 travellers
Minimum: 1 traveller

Date Single Room Double Room
(per person with 2 travellers)
Triple Room
(per person with 3 travellers)
4-Bed / Family Room
(per person with 4 travellers)

04 May 2019
on request
1,350 € 1,220 € 930 € 860 €
15 June 2019
guaranteed departure
990 € 860 € 670 € 640 €
you can inquire a new date for a group tour 1,350 € 1,220 € 930 € 860 €
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canettid

Solo Traveller

I had gone to Sri Lanka on my own and i admit that i was not aware i was going to be solo for the duration of the trip, i had thought that i was booking within a tour. But i had a wonderful time with my guide and owner of EuroLanka, Yusuf and our driver Thissa. they got to know me and what i wanted to see within the country and made sure i had the best experience within the short 12 days i was there. They had even changed the itinerary and added different experiences on just to suit my preferences. The country itself was absolutely beautiful, i had the true local experience from visiting small fishing towns to eating dinner with local families. I had a beautiful trip and i would recommend this tour for anyone who wants to experience the authentic Sri Lanka.

5. January 2019