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Overview

Sri Lanka is a hotspot for adventure galore. Take your pick, from treks along picturesque and challenging terrain, embarking on journeys to extraordinary landmarks and clandestine monuments, travel brazenly to the heart of ancient cities and discover the majesty of kingdoms etched in the troves of the nation’s history, be mesmerized by mystical ruins, wade through glorious tea plantations and be awestruck by exotic excursions, be thrilled by nighttime bicycle rides and have your adrenaline flood in torrents while you white water raft. Whittalls Travels offers you an adventure experience that will instill itself in you for a lifetime and beyond!

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Tour
Day 01: Airport | Colombo
Airport – Negombo: 35 minutes
You will be transfered to the City of Colombo. The City Tour of Colombo by bicycles will commence in the evening. Pedal your way through the illuminated streets of the city come dusk and see many a prominent landmark while experiencing the metropolitan’s omniscient charm and riveting story unravel as you navigate the roads. Your cycling tour will commence at 6:30pm from GOH, where you will be briefed in detail and made familiar with your cycling gear & equipment. 
Day 02: Colombo | Sigiriya Rock | Sigiriya
Colombo – Sigiriya: 4 hours
Following a hearty early breakfast, you will embark to the majestic Sigiriya rock fortress, so be prepared to climb 1200 steps and see the fabulous frescos and other archeological marvels. The rest of your day will be leisurely.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 03: Sigiriya | Hiriwaduna | Ritigala | Sigiriya
Sigiriya – Hiriwaduna: 10 minutes
Hiriwaduna – Ritigala: 40 minutes
Wake at the first whispers of dawn and drive to Hiriwaduna; a tranquil village nestled around a reservoir located off the main Habarana road. Your lunch will be provided at a local house in the village for a complete authentic Lankan experience. You will leave to the mystic Ritigala ruins in the afternoon.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 04: Sigiriya | Kandy
Sigiriya – Kandy: 2 ½ hours
Once you have had your breakfast, we will depart to the historical City of Kandy. In Kandy you will be ushered to sightseeing the hill capital in its glory including a visit to the much-revered Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic for “pooja” ceremony by day’s end.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 05: Kandy | Knuckles Mountain Range | Kandy
Tour in Knuckles Mountain Range – approx. 8 ½ hours
Embark on your hike beneath the startling Knuckles Mountain Range, winding towards the Riverstone Radio Tower and even farther. This here is an unforgettable passage with nature unfolding her grand hands revealing the marvels therein from endemic birds and butterflies to a variety of trees and plants which are tourist favourites and a fixture of the Knuckles National Heritage and Wilderness Area. You will thereafter venture back to the Hotel.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 06: Kandy | Nuwara Eliya
Kandy – Nuwara Eliya: approx. 2 ½ hours
You will depart to the lavish tea country hills of Nuwara Eliya. No visit to the hill country’s heart would be complete without a visit to a tea plantation and tea factory which will be a mesmeric experience. While in Nuwara Eliya prepare yourself for a detailed tour of the city and its lush, naturally remarkable surroundings.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 07: Nuwara Eliya | Horton Plains | Nuwara Eliya
Horton Plains trek: 3-4 hours including transfers
You shall depart to Horton Plains for a 3 hour trek to the stupendous ‘World’s End’ and bear witness to the striking and famous bridal veil dubbed as ‘Baker’s Falls’. This trek is ideal for those with tremendous reserves of energy with a penchant for challenging adventure.
Overnight stay at your Hotel
Day 08: Nuwara Eliya | Kithulgala | Negombo
Nuwara Eliya – Kitulgala; 2 ½ hours
Kitulgala – Negombo: 3 hours
You will depart once you’ve consumed breakfast and head for a special adrenaline filled White Water Rafting excursion in Kitulgala. You will thereafter head back to Colombo. .
Negombo – Airport
Accommodation
Anantaya Resort and Spa - Passikuda
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Heritance Tea Factory - Nuwara Eliya
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Jetwing St. Andrews - Nuwara Eliya
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Hotel Topaz - Kandy
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Arie Lagoon - Negombo
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Colombo Court Hotel & Spa - Colombo
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Fairway Colombo - Colombo
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Excursion

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Belilena
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The Southern Coastal Belt of Sri Lanka is renowned for its incredible beaches, and abundant marine life that venture close to these shores. One of ...

Hikkaduwa National Park
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At 220 m (720 ft) in height, Diyaluma is among the most picturesque and inviting. Located in Kosalanda, close to Badulla, Diyaluma is derived from ...

Diyaluma Falls
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Even if this is a visitor’s first time in Sri Lanka, there is a likelihood he has seen the Kitugala Bridge before; it was here, ...

Kitulgala Bridge
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Kalpitiya has always had a magnetic appeal to visitors. During colonial times, the Portuguese first and then the Dutch saw the area as a key ...

Kalpitiya Dutch Reformed Church
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Located inside the southern town of Matara, the Matara Star Fort was constructed by Dutch in 1765 and was originally called Redoute Van Eck. Built ...

Matara Star Fort
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Located in Tangalle, an important coastal outpost for the Dutch keen to protect their strategic interests from other European colonial powers, this fort is unique ...

Tangalle Dutch Fort
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Knuckles Mountain Range
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Katuwana Fort
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Pidurangala
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The waters off Sri Lanka’s southern and south-western coast is feeding ground for dolphins and whales - and is a must-see for visitors who are enthralled ...

Marine Mammal Watching
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Saseruwa
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Point Pedro
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A small, unassuming town in the Jaffna District, Nilavarai’s Bottomless Well is a hidden gem. Quite literally the colour of topaz, the Bottomless Well is ...

Nilavarai Bottomless Well
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Martin Wickramasinghe is one of Sir Lanka’s most well-known authors and considered the father of modern Sinhala literature. His books delved into the lives of ...

Martin Wickramasinghe Museum
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The Aluvihare Rock Temple is located 3.5km from Matale, in the ancient town of Aluvihare. Founded in the 3rd century B.C.E. by ...

Aluvihare
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Negombo Fish Market
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Sitting in the middle of a sprawling green lawn, the Colombo National Museum is housed in a huge 19th century Italian-style building. Founded by the ...

Colombo National Museum
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Galle Dutch Fort & Galle Harbour
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Adam’s Peak
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Just 5 km from beautiful Nuwara Eliya, is Sita Eliya, a place shrouded in and mythology. According to the Hindu epic, Ramayana, Sita was a ...

Sita Eliya
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Independence Square
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Being one of the largest cities in Sri Lanka’s eastern province, Trincomalee has a coastal belt of its own that, while not the most secluded, ...

Trincomalee Beach
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Kalpitiya Beach
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Passikudah Beach
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Among Sri Lanka’s most scenic beaches, Marble Beach in Trincomalee is a cloud-soft, white sand beach that will bedazzle with its clear blues. Start early ...

Marble Beach
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Arugam Bay
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Easily the most well-known beach in Sri Lanka’s northern coastal belt, Casuarina Beach is named after the lining of Casuarina Trees. Very popular on weekends, ...

Casuarina Beach
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Weligama
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Unawatuna (or Una as the locals call it) was the primary beneficiary of increased tourist visits to Hikkaduwa and Galle. For decades it was a ...

Unawatuna
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Hikkaduwa
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Sighting Beruwela’s beaches lets travellers know that the Sri Lanka’s incredible southern coastal belt is starting. This town of gem merchants is home to high-end ...

Beruwela
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Bentota is the grand old dame of Sri Lankan beach resorts. Colonial powers from the Portuguese to the British came upon its picturesque beach, especially ...

Bentota
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Matara
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Mirissa
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Tangalle
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Galle
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Medirigiriya is a tiny hamlet off the World Heritage city of Polonnaruwa and is best known for its imposing Medirigiriya Vatadage, an ancient temple that ...

Medirigiriya Vatadage
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Galle
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La place de l'Indépendance
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À seulement 5 km de la belle Nuwara Eliya, se trouve Sita Eliya, un lieu enveloppé de mythologie. Selon l'épopée hindoue Ramayana, Sita était une ...

Sita Eliya
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Adam’s Peak
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Colombo Musée national, c’est le grand musée du Sri Lanka. Il fut inauguré en 1877, il est logé dans un élégant bâtiment colonial impressionnant au ...

Le Musée National de Colombo
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Le marché aux poissons à Negombo
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Située à 26 kms de Kandy, à Matale subsiste le temple constitué de grottes antiques, Aluvihara, qui est d'une grande importance dans l'histoire du bouddhisme. ...

Aluvihare un Temple dans les Rochers
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Martin Wickramasinghe est l'un des auteurs les plus connus de Sir Lanka et considéré comme le père de la littérature cinghalaise moderne. Ses livres se ...

Le musée de Martin Wickramasinghe
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Petite ville sans prétention du district de Jaffna, le puits sans fond de Nilavarai est un joyau caché. Littéralement de la couleur de la topaze, ...

Nilavarai Bottomless Well
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Point Pedro
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Saseruwa
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Fort Katuwana
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Situé à Tangalle, un avant-poste côtier important pour les Hollandais désireux de protéger leurs intérêts stratégiques des autres puissances coloniales européennes, ce fort est unique ...

Tangalle Dutch Fort
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Mirissa
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Matara
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Bentota est la grande vieille dame des stations balnéaires du Sri Lanka. Les puissances coloniales des Portugais aux Britanniques sont tombées sur sa plage pittoresque, ...

Bentota
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La visite des plages de Beruwela permet aux voyageurs de savoir que l'incroyable ceinture côtière sud du Sri Lanka commence. Cette ville de marchands de ...

Beruwela
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Unawatuna (ou Una comme l'appellent les habitants) a été développée apres les touristes qui vistaient Galle et Hikkaduwa. Pendant quelques années cette ville était populaire ...

Unawatuna
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La plage la plus connue à la côte de nord du Sri Lanka, la plage de Casuarina a créé après des arbres de Casuarina. Cette ...

Plage de Casuarina
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Parmi les plages les plus pittoresques du Sri Lanka, Marble Beach à Trincomalee est une plage de sable blanc, douce comme des nuages. Commencez tôt ...

Marble Beach
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Étant l'une des plus grandes villes de la province orientale du Sri Lanka, Trincomalee possède une ceinture côtière qui, bien que n'étant pas la plus ...

Plage de Trincomalee
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Les eaux au large des côtes sud et sud-ouest du Sri Lanka nourrissent les dauphins et les baleines - et sont un incontournable pour les ...

Observation des mammifères marins
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Pidurangala
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À 220 m (720 pi) de hauteur, Diyaluma est parmi les plus pittoresques et les plus accueillants. Situé à Kosalanda, près de Badulla, Diyaluma est ...

La chute Diyaluma
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La ceinture côtière sud du Sri Lanka est réputée pour ses plages incroyables et sa vie marine abondante qui s'aventurent près de ces côtes. L'une ...

Le sanctuaire de Marine de Hikkaduwa
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