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Updated: Feb 25, 2022


DAY 1 - Arrival at colombo air port -Thissamaharamaya - Kirinda temple and fisheries village - Stay night in tree top house or hotel

Stop 1

Kirinda temple and fisheries village

Kirinda is a small but beautiful village on the southern coast of Sri Lanka close yala. Kirinda Rajamaha Viharaya is located on top of the rock.The area is also close to the Great and small Basses reefs which provide some of the most spectacular scuba diving in the country One of the most famous attractions in Kirinda is the statue of Queen Viharamaha Devi. This is located on the spot where she is said to have landed after being set adrift on the sea from Kelaniya.

Stay night in tree top house or hotel

DAY 2 - Yala - Galle fort - Mirissa - Stay night in Mirissa

Stop 1


The largest (1,300 sqkm) and the most famous of the Sri Lanka’s national parks is Yala, in the south eastern corner of the island. Here the forests are dry thorn shrub, interspersed with small dusty glades. Yala has one of the world’s densest leopard populations. Elephants are also well known inhabitants and you will probably see sloth bears, spotted deer, wild boars, crocodiles, buffaloes, mongoose, jackals and monkeys. Around 150 species of birds have been recorded at Yala, which includes the resident and winter visitors. These birds include white-winged black terns, curlews and pintails. Locals include jungle fowl, horn bills and orioles.

Overnight stay at hotel in Yala

Stop 2

Dutch Fort

Galle’s earliest historical existence is traced to Ptolemy’s world map of 125–150 AD when it was a busy port, trading with Greece, Arab countries, China and others. Its mention as a “port of call of the Levant” is made in the cosmography of Cosmas Indicopleustes. This is the harbor where the Portuguese, under the leadership of Lourenço de Almeida, made their first landing in 1505 on the island and caused a notable change in developments on the island with their close friendship with Dharmaparakrama Bahu (1484–1514), the then king of the country.

In 1640, the events took a turn with the Dutch entering the fray joining hands with King Rajasinhe II to capture the Galle Fort. The Dutch, with a force of some 2,500 men under Koster, captured the fort from the Portuguese in 1640 itself. Although not an ideal situation for the Sinhalese, they were instrumental in building the fort as seen in its present form in the Dutch architectural style. Fortifications were added up to the early 18th century. The establishment consisted of public administration buildings, warehouses and business houses and residential quarters.

Stop 3


Mirissa (Sinhalese: මිරිස්ස) is a small town on the south coast of Sri Lanka, located in the Matara District of the Southern Province. It is approximately 150 kilometres (93 mi) south of Colombo and is situated at an elevation of 4 metres (13 ft) above the sea level. Mirissa’s beach and night life make it a popular tourist destination. It is also a fishing port and one of the island’s main whale and dolphin watching locations.Mirissa is the largest fishing port on the south coast and is known for its tuna, mullet, snapper and butterfish. In 1980 the first tourist accommodation was built however it wasn’t until the mid-1990s that tourism to the town started to dramatically increase.


-Mirissa beach- taste fresh sea food, sri lanka food taste food and beverages. this is a place large croud of tourist gather together feel the sea breeze. at mid night parties at the beach with fire work shows

-Whale Watching

-Sri Sunandarama Temple

Stay night in Mirissa

DAY 3- Hikkaduwa- Ancient Herbal Aurvedic Massage Mask Museum in Ambalangoda - Madu Ganaga River Safari- Departure

Stop 1


Sri Lankas one of the most beautiful, enchantment city is Hikkaduwa and is the island’s most developed beach resort. It has a range of accommodation, good restaurants and pleasant cafe-lined beaches .Hikkaduwa is surrounded lot of natural resources and her beauty has attracted so many local and foreign visitors through the year.

Hikkaduwa is a small town on the south cost of Sri Lanka and located in the southern province about 20 Km north-west of Galle. It comprise with beach resort and restaurants, shops guesthouses accommodation, travel arrangements and far more facilities for you. The city is perfect for holidays with exciting opportunities to holiday for weekends.

The coral sanctuary found on the coast of Hikkaduwa is a large shallow body of water enclosed by a reef, decorated with layers of multi colored corals, witch is home to countless number of colorful fish. Off the beach there is a collection of tine islets surrounded by beautiful coral formations. Many species of fish and large turtles are found here. There are more than four different shipwrecks for diving enthusiasts to explore along with dive shops offering PADI courses and equipment.

Stop 2

Ancient Herbal Aurvedic Massage

The word "Ayurveda" originated from one of the pristine language called Sanskrit. Ayurveda into two segments as "Ayur" and "Veda", these two words stands for "Life" and "Science". [Science of Life] Ayurveda is one of the worlds oldest approaches to medicine. This is an ancient healing system is based on 5000 years of tradition. Also this healing system has been use for more than 5000 years in India & Sri Lanka. Still today in Sri Lanka approximately 60% of the population are treated with healing system. Ayurveda an approach to healing that has been proven and tested over thousands of years and that only uses medicines that are found in nature.

Stop 3

Mask Museum in Ambalangoda

The town is renowned for the manufacture of wooden masks and puppets. The hand carved and hand painted masks in traditional dance dramas are both vibrant and colorful. Masks are created for three different types of dancing rituals: ‘Kolam’, which tell mocking stories of traditional Sri Lankan colonial life; ‘Sanni’, or devil dancing masks, used in a type of exorcism ceremony to heal people of persisting illnesses believed to be inflicted by demons; and ‘Raksha’ masks, which are used in festivals and processions. The Naga Raksha (Cobra demon) mask of the ‘Raksha Kolama’ (demon dance), consists of a ferocious face with bulging, popping & staring eyes, a bloodthirsty carnivorous tongue lolling out of wide mouth armoured and armed to the hilt with set of fanglike teeth, all topped by a set of cobra hoods.

Stop 4

Madu Ganaga River Safari

The Madu River Lagoon is more commonly known as Madu Ganga, It Covers 915 hectors and collective boasts 15 islands of different sizes. The average depth of the lagoon is roughly 3 meters. The river is a shallow water body in the southwest of Sri Lanka which falls into the sea at Balapitiya. Madu Ganga has high ecological, biological importance, being home to over 300 species of plants. It is arguably one of the last remaining tracts of pristine mangrove forests in Sri Lanka. The surrounding village inhabitants of this islets produce the world renowned peeled Cinnamon of Sri Lanka and Cinnamon oil which is a fascinating process to watch. Visitors can also visit the Ma Duwa village, prawn farms, sand mines, and local blacksmiths on the either side of the Madu Ganga.

Return to the hotel.


Transfer to Airport for departure flight.

Tour Includes

• Accommodation on sharing a double/twin/triple room at the hotels specified in hotel collection.

• Include Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

• Transport in a Private Vehicle, inclusive of all Chauffeur accommodation, cost of fuel, parking & highway tolls.

• Private Transport with airport transfers in an Air-Conditioned Vehicle throughout the tour

• Service of an English-Speaking Chauffeur Guide.

Tour Excludes

• Entry Visa Fees, please visit for more details

• International / Domestic Airfare.

• Any expenses of personal nature.

• Tips & Portages.

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