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4 Days 3 nights tours - PACKAGE 03

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EXPLORE CEYLON - SR33

DAY 01 - Airport to Colombo

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.

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 NavamPerahera 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.

 

 

DAY 02 - Colombo to Hikkaduwa

The Maadu Ganga Safari in Sri Lanka offers a captivating eco-adventure along the scenic Maadu Ganga river. Visitors embark on a tranquil boat ride through lush mangroves, encountering diverse wildlife and bird species while witnessing traditional fishing techniques. This unique experience provides a glimpse into the rich biodiversity and cultural heritage of the region, making it a must-visit attraction for nature enthusiasts and travelers seeking a serene escape in Sri Lanka.

The production of masks is a long-standing enterprise that dates back to the reign of the Kings. Masks are handmade and painted by hand using very light trees. Ambalangoda is the well-known location for masks, and there is a factory and a museum there. You are free to choose the greatest piece if you would like to own one that will protect you from bad luck.

Here you will find lots of information about Sri Lanka’s pioneering sea turtle conservation project – why Sri Lanka is a prime turtle nesting site, why the conservation project is needed and how the project is operated by local people with the help of international volunteers.

Hawksbill, Olive Ridley, Loggerhead, Green, and Turtle are the five species of sea turtles that can be found in Sri Lanka. The Galle District contains all of the important nesting areas. You’re going to a hatchery, where the locals gather eggs to hatch and feed the young turtles

The world’s finest white sand beaches are found in Sri Lanka. It has long been a well-known beach location for beach enthusiasts. Savor a mouthwatering feast of sea delicacies while catching a sight of the warm Indian Ocean. In the West Coast, the beach hotels are dispersed from Tangalle to Chillaw. As soon as you step into the stunning blue water, you will fall in love with this idyllic place.

DAY 03 - Explore Galle

Whale watching in Sri Lanka offers an unforgettable marine adventure. The island’s southern coast, particularly Mirissa and Trincomalee, provides prime opportunities to spot majestic creatures like blue whales and spinner dolphins. Tourists flock to these locations, lured by the chance to witness these magnificent marine giants in their natural habitat, making it a must-do experience for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.

Sri Lanka has a long history of culinary culture. It is influenced by Indian, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Dutch cuisines. However, rice, spices, and coconut milk predominate in the majority of the regional cuisine. You will learn firsthand how numerous meals are made, what ingredients are needed, and how to control temperature with burners made locally. Acquire the unique spices and relish preparing your own meal. Although you won’t become a chef overnight, you will be knowledgeable about Sri Lankan culinary customs.

Galle Fort is the most beautiful coastal town in Sri Lanka. Here, h a unique fusion of European and Asian influences, as seen in the whitewashed Dutch-style buildings that line the cobbled streets. Head to the most southwestern corner of the country and enjoy all the beautiful things to do in Galle Fort, Sri Lanka.

The story of the Galle Dutch Fort; a UNESCO World Heritage Site reverberates through every traveller’s photos and captions. Initially built by the Portuguese in the 16th century during their conquests, the fort was later fortified and conquered by the Dutch in the 17th century, until it later fell to the might of the British. The old town of Galle was once used as a trading port for spices and other goods for over 200 years. However, today, the fort has been transformed into a place of history, romance and beauty where travellers are warmly welcomed to dive head first into the exotic stories and be a part of this heritage site

 

DAY 04 - Transfer to Airport

Hikkaduwa is a perfect place to swim with turtles, especially at the aptly named Turtle Beach! The gentle giants can be found year-round, but the best time to see them is in the mornings when they come to feed on the seaweed close to shore.

Head to the left side of Hikkaduwa beach, near the rocky outcrop. This area is known as Turtle Beach and is where the turtles congregate to feed.

Avoid chasing or cornering the turtles. Give them plenty of space to move around freely.

esist the urge to touch the turtles, as this can stress them out. Observe them from a distance and enjoy their graceful movements. If you’re lucky, you might even see a turtle hatching! The nesting season in Hikkaduwa is from January to March.

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.

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