Day 1 :
- Meet and assist at the airport on arrival and proceed to Galle by private transfer. Check-in to the hotel. - Rest of the day free at leisure. - Overnight stay at Radisson Blu Resort or similar, Galle.
Day 2 :
- Breakfast at the hotel. - Early morning packed breakfast and transfer to Mirissa for whale watching. One of the most exciting water activities you can do during your Sri Lanka vacation is whale and dolphin watching in Mirissa. Blue whales are the largest animals on the planet, and Mirissa is the best place in Sri Lanka for whale and dolphin watching tours. From November to April is the best time to go whale watching in Mirissa. The ocean is calm, and whales are migrating from the southern to the northern hemispheres. Blue whales are the most frequently seen. Sperm whales, fin whales, Bryde's whales, short-finned whales, dolphins, and, on rare occasions, killer whales and whale sharks can also be seen. We occasionally come across turtles and flying fish. The average duration of a whale watching trip in Mirissa is 4 hours. Our tours depart from Mirissa harbor before 7 am. You must arrive between 6:00 and 6.30 am. - Evening City Tour of Galle The epic Southern capital is the meeting point of classic Dutch architecture and a tropical setting, creating a vibrant atmosphere of beauty. Walk through the Dutch-haunted streets, listening to the creaks of wooden saloon doors, and see how European architecture mingles with South Asian traditions today, enticing cultural enthusiasts worldwide. Its original ramparts and bastions, which have been preserved to this day, are evidence of a heritage that has been preserved for more than three and a half centuries. Take note of the 'old gate,' which bears the British coat of arms. The Zwart bastion, the oldest of all, flanks the old gate, as does the lighthouse, which stands 18 feet tall next to the Point Utretcht Bastion. This Dutch paradise is painted with streets that spread in a rectangular grid pattern and are punctuated by houses with Dutch colonial style verandas. However, the Dutch fort remains a working community, with its usual buzz of administrative offices, court complexes, commercial buildings, churches, and Southerners frequenting its streets, bracing the air of the Elysium of architecture, Galle. - Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 3 :
- Breakfast at the hotel. - Check out from the hotel. - Proceed towards Nuwara Eliya via Ella. - Flying Ravana Zipline in Ella Swing through the trees with ease on this adrenaline-pumping longest zipline in South Asia! Flying Ravana guarantees an unrivaled level of adventure right in the heart of Ella, paving the way for a zip lining experience like no other. Flying Ravana is poised to escort you through a series of mesmeric backdrops via South Asia's longest and fastest zip line system, thanks to a team of outdoor adventure specialists from Sri Lanka and Europe who are well versed in the intricacies of zip lining. - Continue to Nuwara Eliya, for a city tour. Misty steep roads twisting through lush green blankets of tea bushes in a cool climate remind visitors that they are within striking distance of Nuwara Eliya, the renowned British colonial retreat. The city of light - once governed by English and Scottish planters - is still studded with colonial bungalows, hedgerows, and one of the best 18-hole golf courses in the world. Hiking through the green grass and red-brick walls should provide stunning views of a bustling country hamlet. Drive through the hill country's green valleys, pierced by endless waterfalls and dotted with tea pluckers dressed in brightly colored saris. Rent a bike and take a leisurely ride along the shores of Lake Gregory. - Check into your hotel. - Overnight Stay at Araliya Green Hills or similar, Nuwara Eliya.
Day 4 :
- Breakfast at the hotel. - Check out from the hotel. - Transfer to Colombo via Kitulgala. - Canyoning at Rock Rivulet in Kitulgala Make the most of your time in Sri Lanka by joining us on a fun canyoning tour for a memorable experience surrounded by the beauty of Sri Lanka's nature. Canyoning is a sport that is gaining popularity in Sri Lanka. Canyoning, at its most basic, entails going down into a canyon to explore. While that may sound simple, getting down into a canyon is more complicated than you might think. Hiking, bouldering, sliding, swimming, wading, and scrambling are some of the skills used. There are 7 natural pools that are extremely beautiful and a gift from nature where you can participate in wonderful activities. Sliding down a 5 meter inclined waterfall will give you pleasure, but jumping into the pools of Kataran-Oya will make you question your self-confidence and how much you trust yourself. - Later enjoy White water rafting. Experience white water rafting on the beautiful Kelani River, which features 5 major and 4 minor rapids. This activity is suitable for anyone over the age of ten, with safety equipment, modern rafts, and a thorough safety briefing provided by our white water rafting instructors beforehand. The total distance traveled is approximately 5 kilometers. The river and its surroundings will enchant you, providing a memorable experience during your Kitulagala White Water Rafting Tour. - Canyoning at Rock Rivulet. - Arrive into Colombo & check in to the hotel. - Overnight Stay at Movenpick Hotel or similar, Colombo
Day 5 :
- Breakfast at the hotel. - Half a day city/ shopping tour of Colombo Colombo, the throbbing metropolis in the west, is not only the country's commercial capital, but also the turbine that propels more than 50% of national GDP, flanking Colombo's fancy urban development effort. Drive along the clean streets that border the crystal white Race Course, a horse racing hub in 1893 and World War II airstrip that is now home to opulent clothing, food, and tea boutiques. Meanwhile, take a ride to Pettah and check out the Floating Market, an unusual shopping experience, or feel the excitement surrounding the upcoming inspiration, the Colombo Port City, an offshore city with parks, commercial complexes, and even an F1 track! Continue along Bauddhaloka Mawatha towards 'Arcade,' which faces a historic waypost, Independence Square. Every designer boutique, top-tier cuisine outlet, and even the 'walk-over fish tank' have transformed this colonial masterpiece into one of Sri Lanka's trendiest shopping and hangout zones. Enjoy a cold beer at the Dutch Hospital while admiring the fancy windows displaying the best fashion, jewelry, and handicraft brands. Listen to the chiming bells of Gangarama temple while inhaling the scent of incense. Alternatively, jazz up to Colombo's nightlife, which is spiced up by nightclubs and casinos on the outskirts of the city. If you're lucky, you might be able to see an exhibition at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) before heading to an opera or play at Nelum Pokuna, which will make your day perfect! - Return to the hotel for an overnight stay.
Day 6 :
- Breakfast at the hotel. - Morning free at leisure on your own. - Check out and transfer to the airport for your flight back home.