12D 11N Tour around Sri Lanka 

For more enquiries, contact Charaka via Whatsapp / Viber / WeChat /Skype @ +94 77 0871 777 

Trincomalee is one the most beautiful city in Sri Lanka located in the north east side of the Island Ceylon. The coastal city has Sri lankas most beautiful untouched beaches like Nilaweli and Uppuveli. The trincomalee fort know as fort fredrick was build by the Portuguese in 1623. The world famous Hindu temple Koneswaram which is dedicated to Lord Shiva is also small distance away from the fort fredrick trincomalee. See this amazing hindu temple on the rock just by the sea and many other historical, cultural and ancient places in this 12 day tour in Sri lanka. Also relax at the beaches and beautiful nature around Sri Lanka whirel you travel around sri lanka.

2 to 5 pax private tour group


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Meeting Point : 

Private Group Tour

Air-Conditioned Van

12 Days11 Nights

Colombo Bandarnaike International Airport (Entrance)

6 to 15 pax tour group


Mode of Transport: 


Meeting Point : 

Group Tour with Chinese Guide / Translator

Air-Conditioned Coach with Free WIFI

12 Days 11 Nights

Colombo Bandarnaike International Airport (Car Park)

16 pax and above tour group


Mode of Transport: 


Meeting Point : 

Group Tour with Chinese Guide / Translator

Air-Conditioned Bus with Free WIFI

12 Days 11 Nights

Colombo Bandarnaike International Airport (Car Park)

Cities Traveled :

 Kandy   Bandarawela   Nuwara Eliya   Ella   Buttala   Tissamaharama   Yala   Mirissa 

Tour Highlights

sigirya lion rock, sigiriya rock

Sigiriya or Lion Rock is an ancient rock fortress nearly 200 metres (660 ft) high. It is a site of historical and archaeological. According to the ancient Sri Lankan chronicle, King Kasyapabuilt his new capital and royal palace on the top of this rock. He also built a gateway in the form of a massive lion on a small plateau about halfway up the side of this rock. Sigiriya is a World Heritage Site and one of the best preserved examples of ancient urban planning.

trincomalee, lovers leap trincomalee

At Nuwara Eliya, this is a spectacular 30 meter high waterfall named, Lovers Leap Fall, with the formation of the streams and brooks of Sri Lanka’s highest mountain, the Piduruthalagala (2524 meters). It flows over hard granite ledges. In dry spells, the flow is languid. The water is collected in a tank of a portable water system and used for drinking. The fall is said to derive its name from the tragic tale of a prince, who while hunting in the jungle, lost his way. He was rescued by a beautiful girl from a nearby village, and the two became inseparable lovers. But the match was not to the liking of the prince’s family, so the two decided to immortalise their love by leaping from the top of the fall to their death.

kandyan dance, dance performance in kandy

The Kandyan Dance is iconic to Sri Lanka. "Ves" dance, the most popular form of the Kandyan dance, originated from an ancient purification ritual. The elaborate ves costume, particularly the headgear, is considered sacred and is believed to belong to the deity, Kohomba. Only toward the end of the 19th century were ves dancers first invited to perform outside the precincts of the Kankariya Temple at the annual Kandy Esala Perahera festival. 

ancient city polonnaruwa, polonnaruwa ruins, watadage

Watadage is a type of Buddhist structure that is more or less unique to the architecture of ancient Sri Lanka that may have some Indian influence. Watadages were built around small stupas for its protection. Often enshrined in the stupa is a relic. Circular in shape, they were commonly constructed from stone and brick and adorned with elaborate stone carvings. Watadages may have also had a wooden roof, supported by a number of stone columns arranged in several concentric rows. Only ten Watadages now remain in Sri Lanka. The builders of many of these monuments are unknown, as are their time of creation. The oldest of such construction is believed to be the one surrounding the Thuparamaya. The best form of a Watadage is generally believed to be the Polonnaruwa Watadage. 

Temple of the sacred tooth relic, kandy

This sacred Buddhist temple of the highest veneration in Sri Lanka, was a royal place of the Kandyan kings of the past. It houses Gautama Buddha's left canine tooth which is enshrined in a stupa decked with gems and gold jewelleries. Please note that you will not be able to see the tooth itself and the door to the stupa is usually closed. It is usually showcased only on rare special occasions.

ceylon tea, tea fields in nuwaraeliya, tea factory

Sri Lanka was formerly known as Ceylon. The humidity, cool temperatures, and rainfall of the central highlands provide a climate that favours the production of high-quality tea. Tea production became one of the main contributors to the economy of Sri Lanka. What many do not know is that Sri Lanka is one of the few countries where each tea leaf is picked by hand rather than by mechanization of modern technology. In general, these tea plants require constant nurturing and attention and the two leaves and a bud, which have the flavour and aroma, are skilfully plucked by mostly women. 

ancient city polonnaruwa, polonnaruwa ruins

The Gal Viharaya, is a rock temple situated in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa. The central feature of the temple is four rock relief statues of the Buddha, which have been carved into the face of a large granite rock. These are considered to be some of the best examples of ancient Sinhalese sculpting and carving arts. It has a significantly different style from the previous Anuradhapura period. This is where Parakramabahu I held a congregation of monks to purify the Buddhist priesthood, and later drew up a code of conduct which has been recorded in an inscription on the same rock face containing the images of the Buddha.

Gems in Sri Lanka, gem museum

Lookout for Sri Lanka’s world-famous blue sapphires, star sapphires, ruby sapphires, blue moonstones, and more but make sure to shop with only dealers who are licenced by the Gem and Jewellery Authority of Sri lanka and if needed request for certifications to ensure guarantee and authenticity of the gems.

rawana water fall, ella waterfall

According to Ramayana, the famous Indian epic, the legendary King Ravana kidnapped Prince Sita and kept her captive in the caves behind this waterfall now known as the Ravana Ella Cave. During the rainy season, the beauty of this waterfall is enhances and resembles a kind of flower with withering petals. 

beaches in sri lanka, sri lankan beaches

Enjoy activities like kite surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, yachting, water skiing, scuba diving and more. Those who want to get a perfect tan or just need to relax, de-stress and rejuvenate you mind, body and soul. The beaches of Sri Lanka are the ideal destination for all. The best of the Southern beaches include Tangalla, Beruwala, Mirissa, Bentota and Unawatuna with varying options including chic boutique hotels, glowing coral reefs, gentle sandbars and undiscovered corners of paradise. Although Sri Lanka’s southern beaches has been long discovered by the international traveler the east coast is yet to be fully discovered. The best known among the Eastern beaches is the Arugam Bay, the surfing haven of the region. On the Western corner of the country is the Negambo lagoon. A favourite with local and foreign visitors, the lagoon is famed for lobster harvesting. Galle Face Green, a half a kilometer stretch between Galle Road and Indian Ocean is the playground of the Colombians.

trincomalee, koneshwaram temple, hindu temple trincomalee

Koneswaram is a medieval Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva situated atop Konesar Malai, a promontory overlooking the Indian Ocean. Being a major place for Hindu pilgrimage, it was labelled "Rome of the Gentiles/Pagans of the Orient" in some records. Konesvaram played a main role in the religious and cultural history of Sri Lanka which was probably built during the reign of the early Cholas and the Five Dravidians of the Early Pandyan Kingdom.Pallava, Chola, Pandyan and Jaffna designs here reflect a continual Tamil Saivite influence in the Vannimai region from the classical period. Developed from 205 B.C., the original temple combined key features to form its basic Dravidian temple plan, such as its thousand pillared hall. It is regarded as the greatest building of its age for its architecture. 

kandy city tour, day tour in Kandy, things to do in kandy

One of the best things to do in Kandy, is to take the bus tour-attraction. You not only get to enjoy the popular attractions in the town area but you also get to travel to the beautiful villages around the historical Kandy city. An informative kandy tour guide that takes you on a journey of this sacred city and share with you the many stories- history, myths & legend. Ride around towns and villages and witness everyday lives of Kandyans. Enjoy the tales and sights of historic landmarks and attractions, lush greenery and cultivated fields, mountains and riversides.

yala national park, leopards in sri lanka, safari tours

Yala National Park is a wildlife sanctuary that is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan elephants, leopards and aquatic birds. It has one of the highest leopard densities in the world. It covers 979 square kilometres (378 sq mi) and is one of the best places for sightings of wild Elephants and also well-known for its variety of wild animals. 

galle fort, things to do in galle

Galle Fort and lighthouse is built within the ancient Galle Fort and is another world heritage site. It is oldest light station in Sri Lanka dating back to 1848. At 6 metres (20 feet) above the road level on the embankments, it provides a clear view of all ships entering the Galle Harbour. 

Other Attractions :
 Kandy Lake    Kandy Market     Royal Botanical Garden    Bogambara Prison    Mahaweli River    National Agro Technology Park    Soldier Memorial Site   Mahameunawa Meditation Centre    Gregory Lake & Park    Nuwaraeliya City ( known as Little England)    Beautiful Tea Fields    Lady Tea-Pickers    Seetha Amman Hindu Temple   Beautiful Rocky Landscapes    9 Arch Bridge    Tissamaharama    Tissa Lake    Tissamaharama Stupa    Beaches 

  Cost Includes:  
  • Transportation in A/C vehicle
  • Accommodation for 11 nights
  • Breakfast 
  • Water Bottles  
  • All government taxes
  Cost Excludes:  
  • Lunch & Dinner (Drinks, snacks or meals not specified in the tour)
  • Tickets for activities & attractions mentioned in the program 
  • Expenses of personal nature 
  • Air Tickets, Visa 
  • Insurance 
  • Gratuity for driver and guide

For more enquiries, contact Charaka via Whatsapp / Viber / WeChat /Skype @ +94 77 0871 777 

Terms and Conditions:

  • Schedule and sequence of itinerary may vary due to unforeseen circumstances and therefore, is subjected to changes without prior notice.
  • No sharing of any package promotion.
  • To confirm the tour reservation, a deposit of US$100 to the bank account of 8D Sri Lanka is to be made 14 days prior to the tour departure date.
  • Rest of the amount due is to be settled by cash or credit card payment upon arrival.
  • Bank charges or any card transaction fee incurred are to be borne by the customer.
  • Notify us of cancellation at least 14 days prior to the tour departure date.
  • No refund of bank deposit made for tour reservation and any other unused services.
  • Official check-in times of hotels are 1300 hours and checkout times are 1100 hours.

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