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4 Days 3 nights tours - PACKAGE 02

paradise island Ceylon Silk Route


DAY 01 - Airport to Dambulla

A handloom factory in Sri Lanka is a traditional textile manufacturing facility that produces high-quality fabrics using manual weaving techniques. Skilled artisans operate handlooms to create a wide range of textiles, including saris, clothing, and home furnishings. These factories play a significant role in preserving Sri Lanka’s rich cultural heritage and provide employment opportunities for local craftsmen, contributing to the nation’s economy while producing unique, artisanal products.

One of the first and most thriving industries in ancient Sri Lanka was pottery. There existed a caste specifically for potters in Sri Lanka’s caste system of government. There were potters with skill and imagination everywhere in the nation. You won’t miss the pottery that was made in several of the settlements. You will go to a traditional pottery village and discover the various trade secrets associated with this art form. The most incredible will be creating your own pot with clay and conventional machinery. Remember to put your name on the pot you’re taking home.

Unforgettable architecture, steeped in history and culture. Built over a thousand years ago by a king hiding from the reckoning of his patricide, Sigiriya (or the “Lion’s Rock”) is a historical site that was once both an ancient castle and impenetrable fortress, with symmetrical water gardens.

Your trek up the rock will take you past timeworn paintings of the king’s concubines, and past a gateway guarded by the remains of a giant lion statue that gave the rock its name. You’ll have to climb up around 1,200 steps to reach the top. Sigiriya is one of Sri Lanka’s most iconic attractions, and is definitely not to be missed.

DAY 02 - Dambulla to Nuwara Eliya

The Kandy DaladaMaligawa, also known as the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, is a renowned Buddhist temple in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It houses a relic believed to be a tooth of Lord Buddha. The temple is an important pilgrimage site and a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its cultural and religious significance.

Sri DaladaMaligawa is highly revered and significant to Buddhists worldwide. The building combines elements of the DaladaMandira with the distinctive Kandyan architectural style. Intricate gold, silver, bronze, and ivory carvings embellish the temple.

Built in reverence of Lord Hanuman, this wonderful holistic site overlooks the verdant Ramboda valley. One of the greatest sculptures created by the artists of the era is the 19-foot statue that depicts Lord Hanuman pleading with Lord Rama. Gorgeous mountains, an infinite tea field, and a cool, comfortable temperature all contribute to the wonderful sense you get when you arrive to the temple. The Sri Bhaktha temple is worth visiting whether or not you identify as a Hindu.

The Ramboda Ella waterfall is a beautiful sight, and it’s definitely worth to visit. The waterfall is actually a series of three falls, with the tallest one being 109 meters high. The middle fall is the most popular swimming spot, and the lower fall is the easiest to get to. The Ramboda Falls Hotel is right next to the lower fall, and the Blue Field Tea Factory is a short drive away. For the second fall, need to do little hike. The Ramboda Falls Hotel is right next to the lower fall, and the Blue Field Tea Factory is a short drive away.

Visiting a tea factory in Sri Lanka is a must-do for any tea lover or anyone who wants to experience the country’s rich history and culture. Sri Lanka is the world’s fourth-largest tea producer, and its lush hill country is home to some of the most beautiful tea plantations in the world. No matter which tea factory you choose to visit, you’re sure to have a memorable experience. Here are a few things you can expect to see and do on a typical tea factory tour – Watch the leaves being withered, rolled, fermented, and dried / Learn about the different grades of tea / Enjoy a tasting of different Ceylon teas.


Nuwara Eliya, located in Sri Lanka’s central highlands, is a charming hill station renowned for its lush tea plantations, cool climate, and breathtaking landscapes. Often referred to as “Little England,” it offers visitors picturesque views, colonial architecture, and a serene atmosphere, making it a popular destination for nature lovers and tea enthusiasts.

Things to Do – Post Office / Single Tree Hill / Lake Gregory / Queen Victoria Park / Moon Plains / Hakgala Botanical Garden / Seetha Amman Kovil.

DAY 03 - Nuwara Eliya to Colombo

The Seetha Amman Kovil in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka, is a sacred Hindu temple nestled amidst lush greenery. It is dedicated to Goddess Seetha, a central character in the Indian epic, Ramayana. Pilgrims visit to pay their respects and immerse themselves in the temple’s serene and spiritual atmosphere.

Take a tour of Colombo’s city.  Located on the west coast of Sri Lanka, Colombo serves as the country’s commercial and business hub. The city’s high-rise office complexes, historic colonial-style buildings, and hotels all merge together. Malls abound in it for shopping. In one area of the city, some of the best colonial-era buildings are still standing. Cargill’s building and a century-old clock tower are two examples. In essence, Colombo is a vibrant mix of three distinct colonial eras combined with rapidly expanding modern urbanization.

DAY 04 - Transfer to Airport

A well-known Buddhist temple and center of culture, the Gangaramaya Temple is situated in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was built in the nineteenth century and has an amazing blend of Chinese and Thai architectural elements with traditional Sri Lankan architecture. The temple provides a peaceful haven in the middle of the busy metropolis and is home to a sizable collection of Buddhist relics. It is renowned for its yearly Navam Perahera celebration, which features a vivid and colorful procession of religious figures.


Pettah Market is a thriving, busy business area known for the wide variety of things it offers. From fresh food, apparel, gadgets, and spices to jewelry and regional crafts, this bustling market has it all. Visitors can experience a kaleidoscope of colors, scents, and the vibrant ambiance of this historic and active market by meandering through its winding alleyways.





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