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Simply Sri Lanka the best All-inclusive Sri Lanka 8 Days Tour


Your 8 days private tour starts with historical icons such as Sigiriya rock fortress, Jetawanarama Stupa, and the Golden cave temple of Dambulla in the cultural triangle. Later absorb the breathtaking scenery in the hill country and see the beauty of the south coast while exploring the fascinating wildlife, forts, bays, beaches and mangrove lagoons. Toward the end have leisure on the pristine beaches of the west coast.  

Set adrift in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is jam-packed with ancient sites, fascinating culture, beautiful wilderness, and idyllic beaches. Go as fast or as slow as you like on this adventure through south and central Sri Lanka. Visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy, climb Lion Rock at Sigiriya, explore the monkey-filled mangrove forests of Mirissa, or simply bliss out on the beaches in Mirissa/Galle with ginger iced tea in hand.

Do hiking, trekking and walking, and attend a local cooking course on the village tour. See the wild animals on a safari trip, and walk through the cultural and historical monuments in the cultural triangle while relaxing on the pristine beaches towards the end of the trip. Experience the beauty of Sri Lanka's mountain region by visiting tea plantations, waterfalls and gardens and enjoy the cold climate in Sri Lanka's highest city, Nuwara Eliya.


Start: Negombo Sri Lanka

Finish: Colombo, Sri Lanka

Ages: Min 15

Group: Size Min 1 (private)


Why you'll love this trip

  • Visit the world's 3rd tallest ancient building  (after pyramids) and the tallest Buddhist stupa built in the 2nd century.
  • Visit the proposed 8th world wonder, one of the oldest landscaped gardens in the world, which dates back to the 5th century.
  • Visit Dambulla, a sacred pilgrimage site for 22 centuries with 157 Buddha statues, and paintings (with a surface of 2100 m2).
  • See the Avukana statue (5th Century), 14m, is one of the best examples of Buddha statues from ancient Sri Lanka.
  • Visit a rock temple of the 12th century with 5 gigantic granite buddha statues in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa.
  • Explore the oldest hospital in the world according to Heinz E Müller-Dietz (Historia Hospitalium 1975).
  • Enjoy a fresh seafood platter in a beach restaurant consisting of crabs, jumbo prawns, cuttlefish, tuna fish, barracuda and many more.
  • Drive around the island safely and comfortably on an air-conditioned, modern, private vehicle with your personal driver/guide.
  • Wander through the golden-roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth in Kandy, which houses one of Sri Lanka’s most important Buddhist relics – a tooth of the Buddha.
  • Explore the palm-tree beaches and streets of Mirissa, perhaps even stopping for a massage along the way.
  • Walk around the perimeter of the grassy Galle Fort, check out the gorgeous views, and grab an icy ginger drink at a cafe in town.
  • Walk around ancient temples, palaces, gardens, and museums in the cultural triangle. 
  • Take a 360-degree panoramic view from the palace of King Kashaya in Sigiriya.
  • Walking through the Spice Garden, and royal botanical garden while learning about herbal trees and plants, and veins.
  • Explore breathtaking southern Sri Lanka beaches such as Hikkaduwa from your beach resort.
  • Wander through the tea plantation and see the cascading waterfalls, green-capped mountains, rivers, and patches of forests in the backdrop.
  • Drive in a 4-wheel drive jeep in search of wild elephants, crocodiles, monkeys, and leopards.
  • Explore the rich riverine fauna and flora on a boat safari at the Ramsar wetland of Madu. 
  • With every booking you make, you are helping to fight against hunger. We transfer part of our profit to feed poor children in Sri Lanka.
  • 24-hour assistance on the ground via Phone/WhatsApp (0094-77-440977) and Email admin@seerendipitytours.com

Is this trip right for you?

  • The entire trip is private (transfers and sightseeing), only you and your associates take part in the trip
  • This 8 days trip packs a lot in. It’s one of the most popular Sri Lanka tours, we run in our Original style, perfect for those, who look for a one-week trip and a desire to do the most with it. If you are after a more leisurely trip in Sri Lanka or shorter a trip please check our other tour itineraries
  • Sri Lanka can get extremely hot in the summer. While we aim to do our walking tours, city tours early in the morning or afternoon, when it’s cooler, remember to keep water on you and to bring a hat, sunscreen, a long-sleeved shirt, and anything else that will protect you from the sun
  • Part of travelling with Seerendipity means respecting local cultures and sensibilities. That way you get the most out of your interactions with local people and environments. We visit a number of temples, markets, and villages on this trip. Enter the temples you must have clothes that cover your shoulder, the dress should also be long enough to cover your knee. Same time you have to remove the head covers and shoes upon entering the temple. Please click here to know more about the rules and regulations pertaining to Sri Lanka temple visits

Hotels

This tour can be booked with 3 categories, affordable, comfortable and luxury hotels. 


Trip includes

  • 7 nights of accommodation in the chosen category of hotels with daily breakfast and dinner 
  • Entire ground transportation in an air-conditioned, modern, private vehicle
  • Guided hop-on hop-off tours in Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya
  • Polonnaruwa ancient site hop-on hop-off city tour with a professional guide
  • Technical tour of the tea factory, Guided trek to Ramboda waterfall
  • Guided walking tour of Galle fortress, wolvendaal church, and Sita temple
  • Guided cultural tour of Sigiriya rock with a professional guide
  • Guided temple tour of Dambulla golden temple and tooth relic temple
  • Guided walking tour of spice/herbal garden with an introduction to the indigenous healing system
  • 1 seafood lunch in a beach restaurant
  • Local village lunch
  • Entrance fees to the below sites and activities
    • Anuradhapura ancient city
    • Sigiriya rock fortress
    • Polonnaruwa ancient city
    • Dambulla golden cave temple
    • Tooth relic temple
    • Royal botanical garden
    • All-inclusive Mirissa whale-watching tour
    • Boat safari of Madu estuary with cinnamon island, mangrove lagoon
    • Kandyan cultural show (1 hour)
    • All-inclusive jeep safari at Minneriya national park
    • Local cooking class and village tour
    • Aukana Buddha statue
    • Mihintale historical site
    • TUK TUK drive
    • Sigiriya Village tour
  • Service of a chauffeur/guide for the entire tour (English speaking)
  • All current taxes

Medium

The tour can be booked mainly in English, German, French, Arabic, and Chinese please inquire about other languages. 


Trip excludes

  • Christmas eve compulsory supplement on 24th December
  • New year's eve compulsory supplement 31st December
  • Any others expense not mentioned in the price includes a section
  • Gratuities

Cancellation policy

Cancel 24 hours prior to arrival for a full refund


Choose your payment method

We offer you mainly three payment options card payments, bank transfers, or payment on arrival. You can choose whatever is the most convenient payment option for you. If you opt for payment on arrival we will collect a 25% advance payment from you as a guarantee, once the booking is confirmed. 


Additional information

  • Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
  • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel
  • The child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • The duration of transfers is approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions
  • Infant seats are not available
  • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate.

Book now & pay later

Reserve your tour now and pay when you meet us. Send us the duly filled tour booking form, and we will arrange your tour you can make the payment as you meet us on the first day of the trip.


Best Price Guaranteed

We guarantee the best price. If you find the same tour package at a cheaper price elsewhere, we do match the price of other tour packages and furthermore add a further 10% discount to it.


No hidden fees and commissions

The price you see on the product pages is the exact same rate that you see in the final stage of the trip booking. There are no hidden fees and taxes such as GST, BTT, service charges, nation-building tax, hotel tax, etc.


COVID-19 Special information

  • All customer touchpoints are frequently cleaned
  • Masks are required in some places, please bring your own

Single room

 A single room can be booked with a single supplement and is valid for all nights on tour.


Simply Sri Lanka 8 Days Tour Itinerary

Itineraries

Day 1

Colombo / Negombo

Welcome to Negombo, Sri Lanka. You can arrive at a convenient time and your driver will be at the airport to welcome you. However, your Negombo city tour will take place in teh evening.

Negombo is a fishing village near the airport. The beach northward from the Airport is dotted with hundreds of hotels with easy access to pristine beaches, we have booked your accommodation here.

A city tour includes all the major tourist attractions and places in Negombo, mainly the Negombo Fish Market, Negombo Lagoon, Hamilton Dutch Canal and more. You will be doing the city tour with your guide early evening and he will pick you up from the hotel.

The tour kicked off with teh visit to the Negombo ‘Lellama’ Fish Market, the second-largest fish market in Sri Lanka. See fresh daily catch of different types of fish and seafood. Later drive along the Hamilton Dutch Canal that cruises through the town of Negombo. Explore views of broad walkways, majestic trees and local fisherman working on their boats and nets which are reflections of daily life in Negombo.

After the boat tour visit Negombo Lagoon which is the main landmark of Negombo. It is rich in biodiversity of plants and animals and aquatic ecosystem. Explore its beauty via a local catamaran that would take you through swamps of mangroves and the Muthurajawela wetlands which is part of the lagoon. You would see many birds and fishermen fishing along the lagoon.

Later visit St. Mary’s Church, one of the largest churches in Sri Lanka. Embrace its neoclassic style of beautiful and extraordinary European art and architecture stemming from the colonial eras.
Thereafter, reflect to a piece of colonial history by a visit to the Negombo Dutch Fort. Originally built by the Portuguese in a pentagonal style, today you would notice its eastern bastion with mounds at its northern and southern ends that still remains.

Later head on to your beach hotel, Relax on the beach with tea for a few hours till sunset, a breathtaking sight to be captured for memories.

Accommodation
Negombo
Meals Included
Dinner

Those who arrive early can make a Negombo city tour on their own or with help of your guide. First, check out the sights on foot, then soak up some epic views and learn all about the history and culture of Negombo. If you’d prefer to explore on your own, perhaps stroll the seaside observing the local fishing craft and perhaps feasting on fresh seafood. The beautiful surrounding countryside is best explored on a bicycle, which you can rent with help from the hotel reception.

Day 2

Negombo / Anuradhapura / Sigiriya

From Negombo, continue your journey by private vehicle to Sigiriya. Visit numerous temples and ancient monuments in Anuradhapura, Mihintale, and Aukana on the way, which should take around five hours in total (280 kilometres).

Stop At Anuradhapura, and Visit the temples, museums, dagobas, forts, stupas and many other ancient monuments (UNESCO world heritage site), including Aukana and Mihintale.

Anuradhapura
Anuradhapura with the recent excavations, the history goes back to the 8th C.BC. Or 2800 BP. However, legends take history more than 3000-5000 years. (Ramayana is one of them) at that time there were 04 tribes living in Sri Lanka. Kingdom lasted one thousand and five hundred years from 380BC. This city is home to many of the earliest and grandest monuments of Sri Lanka. A popular destination for the Sinhalese Buddhist pilgrimage because of its many ancient Buddhist monuments.

Anuradhapura has been made the royal capital by king Pandukabhaya in 380 BC. It remained the residence and royal capital for 119 successive Singhalese kings till the year 1000 AD when it was abandoned and the capital moved to Polonnaruwa. You will see some of the most famous as well as the tallest dagoba of Sri Lanka, remains from palaces, temples, monasteries, ceremonial baths and the temple of the holy Bo tree. This tree was grown from a Sapling of the very tree under which more than 2500 years ago the Buddha found enlightenment. You will visit all these places on our hop-on hop-off Anuradhapura City Tour.

• Ruwanwelisaya-It is a “stupa” that is built by King Dutugamunu and is one of the biggest completed ones to date.
• Thuparamaya-It is the oldest ‘dagoba’ in Sri Lanka, and possibly the oldest visible one in the world.
• Lovamahapaya-The significance of this building is that the roof was once covered in bronze tiles.
• Abhayagiri-It is one of the biggest viharas in Anuradhapura. It was a monastery of 5000 monks.
• Jethavanaramaya-It is a sacred world heritage site and accommodated some 3000 monks at the time. It is also quite similar to Abhayagiri.
• Mirisavetiya-This stupa was built by King Dutugamunu after defeating King Elara.
• Lankaramaya-This is also built by a king called King Valagamba in the Anuradhapura Kingdom times and is one of the eight sacred places in the city.

Aukana Buddha Statue
The Avukana statue is considered to be one of the best examples of a standing statue of the Buddha from ancient Sri Lanka. The Avukana statue is a standing statue of the Buddha near Kekirawa in North Central Sri Lanka. The statue, which has a height of more than 46 feet (14 m), was carved out of a large granite rock face during the 5th century. It depicts a variation of the Abhaya mudra, and the closely worn robe is elaborately carved. Constructed during the reign of Dhatusena, it may have been made as a result of a competition between a master and a pupil. The Avukana statue is one of the best examples of a standing statue built in Sri Lanka. It is now a popular tourist attraction.

Mihintale
Mihintale is a mountain peak near Anuradhapura is the oldest Buddhist temple in Sri Lanka considered the cradle of Buddhism in Sri Lanka. It is now a pilgrimage site and the site of several religious monuments and important historical constructions such as the Ayurveda hospital.

Heinz E Müller-Dietz (Historia Hospitalium 1975) describes the hospital as being perhaps the oldest in the world.

Accommodation
Sigiriya or Habarana
Meals Included
Breakfast and dinner
Included Activities
Negombo - Fish market
Anuradhapura - Ancient city, museum, Sri maha bodhi, Ruwanweli stupa, Jetawanarama, Kuttam pokuna etc, Mihintale, Aukana.

Day 3

Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya

After early breakfast leaves for Sigiriya rock fortress and then to Polonnaruwa. In the afternoon safari at Minneriya national park.

Sigiriya rock fortres
Morning: Climb the famous Sigiriya rock fortress and visit the rocky abode and water gardens, a UNESCO world heritage and one of the Wonders of the World).

Sigiriya is located in the central Matale District near the town of Dambulla of the Central Province, Sri Lanka. The name refers to a site of historical and archaeological significance that is dominated by a massive column of rock nearly 200 meters (660 ft) high. According to the ancient Sri Lankan chronicle the Culavamsa the site was selected by King Kasyapa (477 – 495 CE) for his new capital. He built his palace on the top of this rock and decorated its sides with colourful frescoes. On a small plateau about halfway up the side of this rock, he built a gateway in the form of an enormous lion. The name of this place is derived from this structure —Sīhāgiri, the Lion Rock. The capital and the royal palace were abandoned after the king's death. It was used as a Buddhist monastery until the 14th century.

Polonnaruwa
Polonnaruwa is the second most historical city in Sri Lanka. It was made the capital of Sri Lanka after Anuradhapura. The second most ancient of Sri Lanka's kingdoms, Polonnaruwa was first declared the capital city by King Vijayabahu I, who defeated the Chola invaders in 1070 to reunite the country once more under a local leader.

Today the ancient city of Polonnaruwa remains one of the best-planned archaeological relic sites in the country, standing testimony to the discipline and greatness of the Kingdom's first rulers. Its beauty was also used as a backdrop to film scenes for the Duran Duran music video Save a Prayer in 1982. The ancient city of Polonnaruwa has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

The city tour includes palaces, dagobas, and temples, and provides a good example of Sri Lankan historical craftsmanship. In this 3-hour guided tour of the Ancient city of Polonnaruwa, you will cover some of the following attractions;

• Royal Palace (Palace of King Parakramabahu, the most prolific and gifted builder of the era)
• Nissankamulla Palace (Royal audience hall with impressive stonework)
• Gal Viharaya (Contains some of the best rock sculptures in the country)
• Thuparama & Lankathilaka Image Houses (Good examples of vaulted shrine rooms)
• Vatadage (Gives an idea of what a complete vatadage may have looked like)
• Rankoth Vehera (Largest stupa in Polonnaruwa)
• Parakramabahu Statue (Statue of one of the greatest kings of ancient Sri Lanka)

Uttarama
The Uttararama is a rock temple of the Buddha situated in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa, It was fashioned in the 12th century by Parakramabahu I. The central feature of the temple is four rock relief statues of the Buddha, which have been carved into the face of a large granitic (granite gneiss) rock. The images consist of a large seated figure, another smaller seated figure inside an artificial cavern, a standing figure and a reclining figure. These are considered to be some of the best examples of ancient Sinhalese sculpting and carving arts and have made the Gal Vihara the most visited monument at Polonnaruwa.

Minneriya safari
Minneriya national park is one of the most visited national parks on the island and is considered to be one of the best places for a safari in Sri Lanka. Minneriya safari lasts around 3-4 hours giving you all the opportunities to spot elephants, wild buffaloes, crocodiles and many other creatures plus avian fauna species.

Village tour
Experience a village tour learning and connecting with the authentic rural life of Sri Lanka. An interesting excursion involving traditional rides on a bullock cart, through the lakes via a local catamaran and interactions with the farmers and villagers ending with a typical home-cooked meal in one of their homes.

Accommodation
Sigiriya or Habarana
Meals Included
Breakfast and dinner
Included Activities
Sigiriya - Climbing Sigiriya rock fortress, Sigiriya village tour, cooking class, Polonnaruwa ancient city, archaeological museum, temples, Buddha statues and ancient monuments, Minneriya safari.

Day 4

Sigiriya / Kandy

After breakfast leave for the hotel in Kandy, En route, stop At Dambulla golden temple and Muttumari Amman temple Matale, Where you can witness one of the most scenic Hindu temples on the island.

Dambulla golden temple
One of the most ancient temples in the world dates back to the 1st century BC. A place of pilgrimage for 22 centuries, this monastery cave, with its five sanctuaries, is the largest complex of temples-caves the best preserved in Sri Lanka. Buddhist wall paintings (with a surface of 2100 m2) are especially important, as are 157 statues.

Spice garden (duration: 2 hours.)
Spice garden Matale is one of the most popular places among tourists to see indigenous spices such as cinnamon, pepper, cardamom etc as well as herbal plants used in Ayurveda.

Kandy
A ruled in Kandy up to 1815 although the rest of the island was under the British regime. Finally, it was ceded to them by the Chieftains of Kandy who were disappointed over the king’s cruel deeds. Today Kandy is one of the most important cities owing to the presence of the Temple of the sacred tooth of the Buddha.

Later visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic
Sri Dalada Maligawa or the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, which houses the relic of the tooth Buddha. Since ancient times, the relic has played an important role in local politics because it is believed that whoever holds the relic holds the governance of the country. Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings and is a UNESCO world heritage site partly due to the temple.

Kandyan cultural show (1 hour)
The Cultural Dance Show. Sri Lanka's culture is so closely connected to dance and drama and no function will be complete without displaying a dance or even a drama. As a multi-ethnic land, Sri Lanka boasts of a rich conflux of dance and drama. The two main ethnic groups share two spectacular dance and drama traditions which enrich the fame Sri Lanka has gained in this sphere.

Stop At: Kandy Lake
You will also do an upper lake drive and visit the market square, gem lapidary and more.

Accommodation
Kandy
Meals IncludedM
Breakfast and Dinner
Included Activities
Dambulla - Visiting the golden temple, Matale - Visiting Muttumari Amman temple, Matale - Visiting spice/herbal garden, Kandy - Visit Kandyan cultural show, Kandy - Visiting Tooth relic temple, Kandy - Kandy city tour.

Day 5

Kandy / Galle

This morning, say goodbye to Kandy as you travel on your private car to the south coast beach resort of Galle/Bentota, the journey takes around 6 hours. On arrival at Galle/Bentota, check in to your accommodation which is on the west coast beach, and check in and leisure.

Royal botanical garden
Before the elephant orphanage visits the Royal botanical garden of Peradeniya, which is the most popular garden on the island with an orchid house, palm alley, bamboo avenue, spice garden, flowering plant collection and verandah collection.

Pinnawala elephant orphanage
The first orphanage dedicated to jumbos started in 1975. Spreads over 9 hectares near the river of Kumbukan Oya, which is the bathing spot for elephants. You will be guided to the bathing spot as the elephant bath, play and enjoy the water.

Accommodation
Galle/Bentota
Meals Included
Breakfast and dinner
Included Activities
Pinnawala elephant orphanage, Tea factory tea garden, Royal botanical garden

Day 6

Galle / Mirissa

Early morning head to Mirissa beach on the south coast to venture on a whale watching tour, Later guide walking tour of Galle and a sightseeing tour of the southern coast. After the Galle tour, sample a delicious seafood platter in a beach restaurant in Hikkaduwa. In the afternoon leisure.

Mirissa
Mirissa is famous for Blue Whales and tourists have seen them throughout the years although whales consider migrating mammals. while blue whales are around here most days Bryde's whales and fin whales also recorded a few days in each month. Sperm whale pods are seen in Mirissa mostly in a few days only in march and April. killer whales and short-finned pilot whales are also spotted from time to time.

Galle
The fort has a colourful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and multi-religious population. The Sri Lankan government and many Dutch people who still own some of the properties inside the fort are looking at making this one of the modern wonders of the world. The heritage value of the fort has been recognized by UNESCO and the site has been inscribed as a cultural heritage UNESCO World Heritage Site under criteria iv, for its unique exposition of "an urban ensemble which illustrates the interaction of European architecture and South Asian traditions from the 16th to the 19th centuries.

Seafood lunch Hikkaduwa
Your trip to southern Sri Lanka is not complete unless you sample a delicious fresh-seafood platter in Hikkaduwa. Tropical Sri Lanka is surrounded by the endless Indian ocean and the island's fishing community harvest a large number of fish varieties every day Hikkaduwa is one of the most popular fishing ports on the island. Therefore, we have planned your delicious seafood lunch at Hikkaduwa. Our beach restaurant offers a bounty of seafood delights which bursts with tantalising flavours. From the celebrated lagoon mud crab to lobsters, jumbo prawns and cuttlefish, the island has a great basket of seafood to offer.

Accommodation
Galle/ Bentota
Meals Included
Breakfast and dinner
Included Activities
Whale watching tour Mirissa, Galle fort, Mask museum, Sea turtle conservation centre

Day 7

Galle / Colombo

After the leisurely breakfast at your hotel in Galle/Bentota head to Colombo, En route optional Colombo city tour.

Colombo
Colombo city had been a well-known city in the region among the Arabian, Chinese, Indian, Persian, and roman traders as early as the pre-Christian era. Sri Lanka is located on the East-West sea route and is visited by traders in order to exchange their goods with the local traders. Even though Colombo was a well-known city among the ancient traders 2,000 years ago, the capital city of the country had been Anuradhapura. There was an Arabian settlement in the city of Colombo at the mouth of the Kelani River. Arab traders were exporting goods from the port of Colombo. Goods such as Cinnamon, ivory, gems, and elephants were exported by the king of Kotte with the help of Arabs. With the beginning of the British colonial period, Colombo city received a prominent place as the capital of Ceylon. Colombo was the capital of the island from 1815 to 1978 until the administrative capital was moved to Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte.

Galleface
This had been a well-known Racecourse during the British colonial period in the country. This race course which is located bordering the Indian Ocean had to be abandoned later on due to the Sea crabs, which are making holes in the track. Afterwards, it was developed as a promenade for the city dwellers and named Galle to face green. Today Galle face green contains an open theatre, and spacious open space for picnics, sports and walking.

Gangarama temple
It is considered to be one of the most sacred places in the country. Temple is one of the three places that Buddha visited in the 6th century B.C. well known Kelaniya dagoba is located within the border of the temple. Kalyani River, which flows next to the temple, adds more value to the scenic beauty of the temple. This temple holds a reputation for its attractive wall, which is considered to be the best painting of the Modern Era.

Viharamahadevi park
Viharamahadevi is located in Colombo 7 or Cinnamon gardens. It is the largest and most popular park in the city. It is believed that there had been a twenty-square-kilometre cinnamon plantation in the area. Today most of the palaces of wealthy people can be seen in the area and Colombo 7 is the most picturesque part of the city.

Wolvendaal church
The Wolvendaal Church is located In Fort and within walking distance from the centre of the city. It has a large collection of tombstones of important Dutch personalities. Fort is made at the highest point of the city and dates back to 1813. The church is built in the doric style of the period. In the form of a Greek cross, with five feet thick walls and the gables raised over. The transepts are roofed with brick barrel arches and a central dome.

Aukana Buddha/Independece hall/ BMICH
Facing the Bandaranayke Memorial International Conference Hall stands a beautifully executed statue of the Buddha in a standing posture. The statue is 36 feet tall and is the largest Buddha statue in the city of Colombo. It is a replica of the Avukana Statue on the banks of the Kalawewa Anuradhapura.

Accommodation
Colombo
Meals Included
Breakfast, Dinner
Activities
Colombo city tour

Day 8

Colombo / Airport

After breakfast leave for Colombo International airport.

Accommodation
No accommodation
Meals Included
Breakfast
Activities
No activities planned for today

End of the tour

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  5. Tara:

    My husband and I travelled to Sri Lanka with the sole goal of discovering a non-touristy side of the island. We wanted to experience the real life and see a real thing, that’s why we booked the trip with a local operator. The people associated with local company are from SriLanka, and they know their country. For the 8 days trip in Sri Lanka we had Jaya as our guide.. I gotta say that this was one of the best tours we’ve ever had. He was an incredibly knowledgeable, interesting, friendly, engaging, & entertaining guide. His love for his country is visible in every move. I must say he knowns the stuff very well. His stories were fascinating. It wasn’t a one-way street though. There was a conversation going for the entire 8 days of the tour. We talked about everything – religion, wildlife, life, art, history, politics, etc. It felt like we were hanging out with an old friend. When our official tour was over, jaya stayed with us for another couple hours showing us amazing art galleries. That generosity of the heart is what Sri Lanka is all about. In the end we were saying goodbyes to a friend. We will definitely recommend Jaya to all of our friends traveling to Sri Lanka.

  6. Jacky:

    The 8 days tour with roshan was exceptionally good. He was very knowledgeable, he explained a lot about history, culture, religion, nature, wildlife and we learnt a lot. We visited a large number of temples, memorials, historical buildings, museums. He pointed out inscriptions, stumble blocks, told stories, shared history all in a very sensitive way. We had a brilliant time with roshan, learnt a lot and I would definitely recommend booking this trip.

  7. Judianne:

    I like to call this 8 dasy tour a super tour because it was a very nice trip, we enjoyed alot. Our guide Janaka was very nice young guy and he knows how to handle a big family like ours. He can understand the mentality of young and old. he did a great job making a nice trip for us. Good hotels, food, vehicle, everything is good.

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    We had such a nice trip after a long time. Our guide Chaminda was very helpful and very professional. Everything worked very well. The local company had organized everything very well. Good hotels with clean rooms and good food. We felt very safe on the trip. Thank you

  9. Lora:

    Had a wonderful experience with Seerendipity. Sri Lanka is such a beautiful country and our wonderful guide made sure all our needs were met and that our trip was a memorable one. Felt sorry at a time while seeing a lot of people gathering in the quest to get fuel. We did not feel the economic downturn in Sri Lanka. Good hotels, good food, good vehicle and excellent personalized service.

  10. Lisie:

    Great guide with heaps of local knowledge. The places were interesting and the optional tours were well chosen. We had a wonderful time.

  11. Helen:

    A wonderful trip, well organised. So good to have a tour guide, felt safe.

  12. Raynold:

    This trip exceeded our expectations – from visiting beautiful places of worship and the incredible Tooth temple, to tasting authentic Sri Lankan food and watching majestic wild elephants, I felt like I got an authentic glimpse of Sri Lanka. The highlight was the brilliant conversations about Sri Lankan culture we had with Gajan, our exceptional guide.

  13. Caroline (Julia):

    From start to finish I was given excellent service. Excellent value for money. I like the fact the tours are private…. Many thanks for making my first trip to Srilanka so wonderful and full of lasting memories. Well done.

  14. Kawa:

    For people who normally like to explore this fascinating island independently this is an excellent tour. It gives you security and enables easy comfortable and interesting travel adventures with one of the best tour organizations. The tour is perfect and offers a chance to share experiences and learn about Sri Lankan cultures and places without any hassle. Good hotels, excellent service, caring guide and good price.

  15. Phillipa:

    Incredible seerendipity! We had the most amazing adventure with Seerendipity and would like to personally thank our friendly guide Sudesh for giving us an amazing opportutnity to explore Sri Lanka. He was our guide for two weeks and he did a fantastic job. It was our first time in Sri Lankan and south Asia and we would not have had the same Sri Lankan experience if it wasn’t for Sudesh and the brilliant tour organized by Seerendipity. The optional Village tour with cooking class was very special and the it was very well planned to give us best experince, I love the rural setting with paddy fields, lakes, jungle and cozy small houses. We have many happy memories of meeting the wonderful people in the villages we visited, especially the beautiful, happy smiling children.

  16. Stefan:

    This trip totally delivered and was above our expectations, Tony the guide was exceptional making this a safe journey and we now have a great love for India and its people

  17. Rudriger:

    Excellent Sri Lanka tour and fantastic tour guide. Sam was very friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. He gave a nice picture about his beautiful country and its people. highly happy and highly recomendable.

  18. Nadav Farah:

    Had a great time and loved learning all the history, culture, wildlife, and beautiful hill country of Sri Lanka. Our personal driver/guide Silva was fantastic and made our trip memorable. Interaction with the locals and the cooking lesson immersed you into the daily lives of the people. A good choice.

  19. Stuart:

    Sri Lanka is not to be missed. The sights are incredible, the food is amazing and the people of Sri Lanka are so kind! One of the best and most interesting trips I’ve been on.

  20. Chantal :

    This trip was fantastic! I wasn’t sure what to expect as I hadn’t done anything like this before but I’m so glad I booked it. I was surprised to see so much of foreign travellers in Sri Lanka. Most hotels that we visited were almost full.
    All the hotels were of a good standard, clean safe, excellent vehicle, very friendly and knowledgeable guide. Victor was a fantastic tour guide and he had a very knowledge on the country, its people, culture and most other areas. I will cherish the memories of this trip forever.

  21. Helga:

    A wonderful trip, well organised. So good to have a tour guide, felt very safe despite pandemic situation.

  22. Helen sim:

    Excellent trip with a nice mix of nature, wildlife, culture, and fascinating countryside. The best part of the trip for us was the beach stay it was wonderful. Our guide sham was a very nice guy with good knowledge and experience handling groups. Good food, nice and clean accommodation, best price too.

  23. Romano mazil:

    Early morning rise almost every day during the trip; however, we had plenty of time in the beach resort. We visited a large number of cultural places, historical monuments and temples. It is interesting to know that many thousands of years building are still well preserves. Nice beaches with snow white, clean sand. Plenty of chances for diving, snorkeling, surfing, water sport. However, we were bit short of time for it as we had to leave for Male next day. Tour guide was excellent.

  24. Brendon Karl:

    Tour was very good. We covered a lot of ground in Sri Lanka and travellers nearly thousands kilometers. The tour was bit strenuous sometimes with travelling and walking in tourist sites. However, it was interesting. Gantha was very nice tour guide and gave us plenty of time to relax.

  25. Jacklena:

    Early morning start but vehicle broke down so couldn’t be picked up from our hotel so was contacted and requested to catch a cab across town. That was all good and I was reimbursed for the taxi ride. Nice driver and tour guide. Fantastic tour itinerary and it was very suitable private tour for a family. We did not take a tour for a long time due to the pandemic, however, this trip to Sri Lana was fantastic. After a long time we enjoyed our holiday a lot. It was a fantastic break for the entire family. The kids enjoyed the trip a lot. All sightseeing tour are private and gave us plenty of space and privacy to enjoy the trip.

  26. Desmind:

    Great guide with heaps of local knowledge. The places were interesting and the optional tours were well chosen. I had a wonderful time.

  27. Lesley:

    Very cool trip around the country and it covers important historical cultural monuments. We were surprised by see the rich cultural heritage of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka is also of nature (wildlife and Flora). We had one of the best safari in our life. Guide was excellent and tour was very well planned.

  28. Alex babu:

    I like when guides share the country history and information about where we are driving as we go. Chami was very informative. Despite the pandemic there was a lot touristy than I expected. My advice would be follow the health guidelines as much as possible. However, all hotels and tourist sites follows the protocols introduced by the health authorities, we felt very safe. Over all experience is very good.

  29. Anita:

    Would highly recommend. Our private tour guide Sam was amazing, saw so much in the few days and had lots of fun. Perfect for everyone.

  30. Jerome:

    The trip was excellent with Sri Lanka;’s cultural triangle. The cultural part of the trip was excellent. rest of the country was also very interesting with fascinating flora, Faun and very humble friendly people. I enjoyed each day with something new and exciting to see.

  31. Chales Mc mahon:

    Excellent Sri Lanka trip with all major tourist attractions. The tour was perfectly organized and felt very safe with our driver/guide thushan. Good hotels, good food and excellent service.

  32. mendis:

    We ventured on the trip a few days before the starts of the second wave of COVID-19. however, the hotels and tourist sites are still empty. only a few local travellers can be seen on the way. Very good for local travellers and hotels are giving extremely attractive discounts. Very good Sri Lanka trip with a bit of everything, busy metropolis cities, laid-back countryside, ancient monuments, wildlife parks, pristine forests, hill country and pristine beaches. You get to see a large part of Sri Lanka. Our guide Kusum was excellent, knowledgeable and passionate and bought the experience to life. I highly recommend this itinerary.

  33. Jennie:

    Had an amazing trip. Big, comfortable sedan. gimhan was informative and fun. The hotels we stayed at were amazing, not big properties, but very clean, comfortable, safe and near the tourist places. Loved the places we visited. This trip gave me everything it said it would and more. Absolutely loved it!

  34. Majeed sani:

    Our local guide was a chatter box, giving us information endlessly. He was very well knowledgeable on his country and its culture, nature wildlife. Guide saman was very professional and helpful, we enjoyed our trip immensely thanks to him. The trip was well panned and very nice accommodation, delicious food, Well balanced itinerary with lot of sightseeing and leisure.

  35. Agnus:

    Wonderful trip with a wonderful excellent local guide. Wouldn’t change a thing. Would love to travel with Pradeep again.

  36. Lad herman:

    Great Seerendipity trip around Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle, hill country, wildlife parks, beaches and many many more. Wonderful sights, great experiences, good food and well looked after.

  37. Raineman:

    What a fabulous adventure! Great guide, amazing food and some stunning sights. Would highly recommend this trip.

  38. selina patrona:

    Incredibly well-organized and executed Sri lanka trip. Fast-paced, but a good balance of planned activities and free time. most importantly the beach stay was fantastic. The accommodations are perfectly comfortable for westerners. Our driver/guide Thusha is a rock star.

  39. Gayantha Pereira:

    A fantastic tour of our amazing island. A good balance of different experiences! Highly recommended. Our tour guide Gimhan was absolutely brilliant!

  40. Traicey:

    Fascinating 2 weeks Sri Lanka trip showed exactly the fascinating side of this tropical island! Had a very knowledgeable tour guide and the experiences we shared as a small family group made some live long memories!

  41. Anmber:

    If you want a explore the island within a short period of time deep and immerse in Sri Lanka’s history, sights and cultural practices, this trip is a must. Jehan is an excellent guide and he will open your eyes to the country in a unique and memorable way.

  42. Kamen:

    I feel this is the best time to travel in Sri Lanka. All hotels are largely empty and toruist places are visited only by few visitors a day. everything can be explore in our own pace and peacefully. Our guide Gayan was fantastic. good hotels, food and guide most importantly very affordable.

  43. Eklatinrd:

    After having a compulsory lazy holiday in a beach resort (quarantine), we booked this 8 days trip, get out and see the whole Country, and get 1o1 interaction with the People, the Culture, and most importantly the Food. Everythign was great and our guide did an excellent job giving us a whole lot of information about his beautiful country.

  44. O.pereira:

    I couldn’t recommend seerendipity and their 8 days trip! I was travelling with my family members and had a very great trip. Our tour leader was an absolutely good and very friendly joung guy and it was the perfect way to see Sri Lanka.

  45. Minoli silva:

    Simply Sri Lanka was an amazing trip with a great range of different activities, accommodation and exposure to sociocultural experiences. Even as a sri lankan citizen, I find it very interesting

  46. Elsam Ali:

    Simply Sri Lanka is a great trip for a first time to Sri Lanka! Great itinerary which is a mix between intense city days and chilled days by the sea. A great local organization which gave us a good discount upon hearing that we are foreign diplomats, working in Colombo. Still, not much travellers on the way, even the lockdown restrictions are fully withdrawn.

  47. Pri Ouseph:

    We finished the trip in the first week of march and it was great. You’ll see lots! Make use of free time to do your own thing or travel with your ytravel buddies. Embrace things that do not go as expected. All a part of the experience.

  48. Suman Khan:

    Sigiriya rock fortress is magnificent and Dambulla golden temple is even more interesting with its hundreds of statues and paintings. Nice trip with nature culture and wildlife.

  49. Solomon:

    Perfect trip for a first-timer with an excellent blend of nature, culture, wildlife and much much more. Guide Raman was very good and excellent knowledge guy.

  50. Salem Oza:

    This 8 days srilanka tour was an experience of a life time, hectic and relaxing it has it all, cultural, historical, natural and architectural highlights abound. Gamini, our tour guide/driver , looked after us with style and respect and his knowledge and love of the local customs and environment was infectious. Thank you for providing this great opportunity.

  51. Adrian thomas:

    Our Guide Malan was a very knowledgeable guide on culture and history everything explained very well. Overall the trip was excellent with comfortable vehicle, hotels and good food.

  52. Ami:

    Very good tour, highly knowledgeable guide, very friendly

  53. gonzales:

    A fantastic Sri Lanka trip with many thrilling activities such as trekking, hiking, visiting museums, beaches, historical monuments, wildlife parks too much to see within a week. Well invested 8 days. Service is perfect and very friendly service. Most importantly sam our guide was very knowledgable and caring.

  54. serine rich:

    This 8 days Sri Lanka is a complete snapshot of Sri Lanka, it provided a great first experience of Srilanka for our family and we’re lucky to have a great driver/guide, who is very attentive to us most importantly ot our small kids.

  55. Feroz ahamed:

    Excellent service and very nice driver/guide. Kids loved the trip and it had plenty of time for leisure apart from the sightseeing.

  56. Ram Prakash:

    Excellent trip! Well organised! Lots of smiley people and great food! Traveled with the family. Yes the lights cut out for an hour or so. One of the showers took a little getting use to. But didn’t spoil the trip in any way All part of of the journey. Local tour guide saman was excellent! Great trip!

  57. Ishita rahman:

    Seerendipity is an amazing, professional & inspiring local travel company. It was super easy to book the trip with them. Our driver/guide Kusum , took the greatest care & interest in our family, showing us all the delights of Sri lanka, taking care of our safety & welfare & making the whole experience AMAZING!

  58. Renate graham:

    Everything was perfect and happening the way we wanted to have because it was a private tour. Very nice trip with good and very experienced driver-guide.

  59. Prijaz:

    A perfect match for our family. We got a big van with plenty of space for us and our luggage. Our Guide Sam was very helpful and kids friendly, We all enjoyed a lot.

  60. Jennal wu:

    Excellent trip itinerary covering off an introduction to Srilanka. Includes modern cities, ancient monuments, hill country resorts, uncrowded wildlife parks, smaller towns and villages, and several modes of transport, so people feel like they have seen and experienced a good chunk of this tropical nationa. Great stress free way to see the country.

  61. Ludwig rude:

    The company organized the cost-free pick up from our beach on the south coast, otherwise, it could have been an expensive transfer for us. Very interesting trip with a fascinating mix of culture, nature, wildlife and many more.

  62. Binoy Tank:

    This 8 days Sri lanka trip is excellent for those new to Sri Lanka and combines so many different elements of Srilanka in one short week- amazing temples, forts, stupas, and palaces, quiet rural villages, the bumpy ride through the pristine forest of Udawalawe national park and the history of Galle and Kandy as well, with lots of different places to stay (wonderful hotels). Sri Lanka is a place of such contrasts, I felt like we got a glimpse into the real Sri Lanka on this tour, while still taking in the major tourist sites we really couldn’t miss. The food throughout the trip was excellent, we didn’t get sick at all and our personal driver/guide Kusum was funny and very organized. It made travel (on so many types of transport) a breeze. Take hand sanitizer, earplugs, a warm jacket if visiting in winter (Nuwara Eliya quite cold in Jan/ Feb) and a sense of adventure and you’ll have a great time. Our only downside to this trip was the fact we didn’t get to see a leopard at Yala NP, but we did see herds of elephants, crocodiles, monkeys and indian deer, so all is not lost of the tigers are playing hard to find.

  63. Edward:

    A great trip that is jam packed with activities for one week. You see a lot of Sri Lanka in one week and I only wish I was staying here for longer. Be ready to be exhausted at the end of your trip. The tour guides are amazing and you learn so much from them.

  64. Brenda F:

    Seerendipity is a cultural and environmentally friendly company oozing in local knowledge. I’ve travelled alone and with my daughter and love the authenticity of seerendipity.

  65. Olivier obuchowski:

    It is a pity we had only a few hours in Negombo, such a nice beach. However, the overall experience was very good with Rohan (our driver guide).

  66. Gina bass:

    I would highly recommend this trip. Our guide, Kusum was excellent. Most of the days were jam packed if you do all the optional activities but still a little bit of down time towards the end. I felt like we got to experience some of the true culture but also see the important tourist bits. Accommodation was better than expected.

  67. Alisan Bishek:

    Amazingly hospitable people, pity about enhanced security checks but understandable, it won’t sort out political dissent, only debate and discussion may

  68. Edward:

    Good trip

  69. Mahmood abbas:

    Excellent trip with proper planing

  70. Johnson S:

    Great trip with an amazing local guide. Lots of flexibility during the days off, to fit in a day of surfing, shopping or hanging by the hotel. Hotels are basic but clean and safe.

  71. Alaxender kelmens:

    Sri Lanka was amazing. So many locals were excited to see tourists returning and were happy to have us visit. I felt safe the entire time. Beaches, Jungle, Temples, Wildlife, Food this country has everything!

  72. Menaz mulan:

    There was a lot of sightseeing but same times we had plenty of time to relax, most importantly the trip was private giving us plenty of room to enjoy.

  73. Silvia somen:

    The wildlife safari was a really nice experience and I never had the opportunity to watch such a large number of a wild elephant in one place. Excellent place and our guide Fernando was very good.

  74. Rasheed Khan:

    The trip was amazingly well organised and included lots of great activities in a short space of time and gave us a great insight into Sri Lanka’s history, wildlife and culture. Supun our tour leader was exceptional his enthusiasm and knowledge was second none!

  75. Shafeeque:

    Just returned from Sri Lanka after Sri Lanka 8 days trip. It was a nice trip and can highly recommend it and Sri Lanka in general… Being a private tour in a comfortable vehicle the trip was very relaxing and had the maximum privacy. Our driver/guide Chamith did a great job showing us the sights. Take some pens for the kids you meet on the trekking days…!

  76. Rianna krestien:

    The very affordable trip we could have aid 2 times more if we booked with a tour operation france.

  77. Ramesh wardan:

    Very interesting trip, most importantly it is a private tour, we had omitted many tourist places and opted to have leisure, fantastic.

  78. Anddre pearson:

    Simply srilanka offers a wonderful opportunity to discover the most important historical places of Sri Lanka and many of them are UNESCO world heritage sites. The places that we visited on this 8 days trip has an amazing mix of cultures and traditions that represent the great variety and complexity of the Srilanka culture. In just 8 days this srilanka trip will take you from the busy streets of old Colombo and on to magnificent sigiriya rock . Moving on travelers will touch waterfalls, tea gardens, mountains, wildlife parks and beaches and wonderful bazaars of Kandy that are especially distinguished for its precious stones….

  79. Farid Rizvi:

    This trips gets you to experience many fascinating things about Sri Lanka and it covers a huge area in Sri Lanka. Be prepared for long drive. Overnight in good hotels with delicious food. Hill clountry train tip is definitely an experience. This trip is not a holiday destination but a way to experience this fascinating country.

  80. Salem fronteddu:

    A very poor trip. We did not feel safe during the ride, it was driven too fast. We were on a family trip with just 5 people, we got a mini-van, which had too small seats. Very exhausting and we got sick. Hotels are except the first hotel, where the room was bit old.

  81. Zelanika rode:

    Very interesting trip and it feels like someone had stolen our time because we did not even feel that we have spent 8 days in Sri Lanka.

  82. Ronnie gerhard:

    Very happy with the trip

  83. Chang wu:

    Very balanced Sri Lanka tour with lots of things to see and do, with plenty of down time to recover. Our driver/guide silva was verry knowledgeable, approachable and fun.

  84. Prakur melag:

    Very interesting tour program with many interesting places such as temples, wildlife, nature and culture.

  85. Brendon joyce:

    This was our first trip to Srilanka and simply srilanka was brilliant we saw many fascinating things and our driver/guide Kamal ensured we experienced true srilanka , we felt safe on all occasions making sure we dined at places that were clean and good value.

  86. Prateek Ingram:

    Each day it was difficult to see how they could keep the standard up, it was excellent. A varied insight into cultural triangle, hill country, beachess…the list goes on, local life and transport as well as the iconic sights and experiences. All aided by an excellent driver/guide.

  87. Gabriele:

    Good trip and lots to see. Lots of free time though. Good accommodation with delicious food . wildlife safari, boat tour and the cooking lesson were the highlights

  88. Kasim polen:

    Very good trip

  89. Jasmin Avihazar:

    If doing simply Sri lanka, you better look another Sri lanka trip. This tour doesn’t do justice to what can be seen and enjoyed in ancient cities in Sri lanka like Sgiriya.

  90. amy Kordell:

    We had an amazing time. Loved the trekking, walking, jeep safari and exploring ancient monuments. Our tour guide, Roshan, really went the extra mile with everything, even organising a surprise birthday party at teh hotel for my husband,- with cake, balloons and fireworks!

  91. Kiara demel:

    We had already travelled to the east coast a few years back, therefore we opted to this south coast trip with hill country. very nice experience I feel this time trip is better than the earlier occasion.

  92. Reena Chaudhry:

    We have just returned after simply Sri Lanka tour ( Departure: 02.02.2020). Our expectation was to discover and enjoy some of the history, culture and lots of local colour of Sri Lanka while having some peaceful time on the beach and we were not let down at all….

  93. Arsalus:

    Highly recommend Sri Lanak itinerary – An exceptional fun packed holiday with lots of adventures and activities, Exceptional driver/guide (Sam).

  94. Nelna Joseph:

    Very good planning and our guide Sam was a very knowledgeable and experienced guy. The tour was very interesting.

  95. Jamy Billings:

    Can definitely recommend this trip to anyone considering travelling to Sri Lanka. With an amazing local guide you get to experience everything this amazing country has to offer from culture, to landscapes, history and religion.. oh and the food!!!!!!!!!!!! RICE & CURRY

  96. Irfan:

    Sri Lanka, So much history and such a beautiful and fun place to visit. The people are wonderful and we never once felt unsafe or uneasy about what we were doing.

  97. Pratika pessman:

    Amazing Sri Lanka trip with my family members. Excellent tour guide/driver. Jaya went above and beyond the call of duty, organizing things for us to do even on his day off. You will not be disappointed. Great food, great sights. Amazing.

  98. Thames wright:

    this is a very well organised tour with Malan with plenty of fun and laughter along the way

  99. Eli Alwis:

    This 8 days trip was a wonderful introduction to Sri Lanka. Colour, experiences, excitingly pace of traffic giving you a (safe) thrill! Great informative guide (Malan) and being a private tour everything is happening to your wish.

  100. Maurija:

    Simply srilanka tour was a well paced and excellent overview of all major aspects of Sri Lanka. A good balance of modern srilankan life and historical aspects was achieved without being too touristy. Very good guide with excellent driving.

  101. Mohamed Asi:

    The simply Srilanka trip was the perfect way to start to get to know this tropical island. Our guide (he was also driving the car) Sachi, was knowledgeable, super organised and great fun making the whole experience special. I would recommend this trip wholeheartedly – if you are unsure – Just do it!

  102. Saradhi Malhotra:

    A great itinerary for those who have a relatively short time but want to see most of the Sri Lanka.

  103. Charlie:

    A very well organized trip, good food, comfortable vehicle, nice hotels, the tour worth every penny.

  104. Nadine Miranda:

    First time with Seerendipity and it was a truly memorable trip. Excellent service and good price. Great driver/guide and a mix of inclusions, activities, and experiences hard to find elsewhere.

  105. Mriadas thomas:

    Simply Sri Lanka is a great itinerary for those who have a relatively short time but want to see the most of the country. It is tiring (particularly first half) but it is worth it. Our guide, Sam, was amazing. I always felt safe through the trip and cannot recommend highly enough.

  106. Pandey sukhija:

    Simply Sri Lanka tour was an amazing overview of a beautiful country, Sri Lanka. If you are lucky enough to have our tour leader Silva you will leave Sri Lanka with a myriad of knowledge on their history and culture……… Enjoy

  107. Irmgrad tabetabe:

    Many thanks to the Seerendipity team for our wonderfully enjoyable and informative Sri Lanka Tour. We really got to engage with the locals thanks to our fantastic guide whose knowledge and passion for promoting his country and sharing its wonders was inspiring. Our MANY meals of rice with curries was amazing and even the accommodation which was, at times, a little up and down it was certainly value for money!. I would highly recommend this trip to many others especially those with reasonable fitness and a search for adventure!

  108. Tamer Imeri:

    Having never done a trip in SrrLanka before, we didn’t have an idea what to expect. Our trip from Colombo-cultural triangle-hill country-south SriLanka has been fantastic. We would highly recommend this trip.

  109. Charles Renaud:

    Visiting Sri Lanka was a great experience and meaningful for me. Thanks to an excellent guide, Kusum, the trip was safe and memorable.

  110. Olger winkwlman:

    This Sri Lanka trip was a little disappointing, some places mentioned in the itinerray were far to reach just to sleep there, the accommodation were beyond basic and good food, and service. Very comfortable vehicle with the well knowledgeable driver/guide.

  111. Jarin:

    High recommend this trip. Everything about it was amazing. It is the perfect trip to see the highlights of Sri Lanka!

  112. Kessy Haisam:

    I just wanted to get a ‘taste’ of Srilanka, but after this 8 days trip I want to know and see more about this amazing country. I haven’t seen anything like it anywhere else. The trip was organized perfectly. Thank you.

  113. Asmeel khan:

    The simply srilanka trip will give you a wonderful flavour of this tropical island. We enjoyed visiting cities, staying luxurious hotels, admiring beautiful architecture and learning more about srilanka’s fascinating history, culture and it’s people. Everything was organised to perfection so that we could see things that you couldn’t easily organise independently.

  114. Ikram Hossain:

    Excellent private trip with only me and my husband. Hotels are very good and offerede delicious food. Our driver/guide Shan has brilliant communication skills with exceptional knowledge regarding the srilanka culture and areas visited

  115. Jerin menaa:

    Would Highly recommend the simply srilanka Tour to anyone who is interested in discovering a truly beautiful Country , Eating a delicious variety of traditional food and having an overall unforgettable experience.

  116. Hannah sampson:

    A Fantastic Experience of Sri Lanka, it’s culture, traditions and unique environment and people.

  117. Soraya:

    The 8 days tour was good, we really enjoyed srilanka. The food and lodging was a huge standout. A few less ancient monuments and maybe a few more activities together with more time on the beach would have improved the tour.

  118. Hannah Ismail:

    A great way to experience the food, the colour, the craziness and beauty of srilanka! If you like to travel with an open mind and love to experience a completely different culture then I cannot recommend this tour enough!

  119. Navarrette:

    Simply srilanka trip was excellent. Very good combination of the classics with most important places as well as less known places which made the tour more authentic. We were given excellent service by Chami (our driver/guide) . The trip includes good hotels, food and excellent transport. Efficient organisation. I can definitely recommend this trip!

  120. Sara Kaur:

    Amazing trip, brilliant guide, incredible experience we will never forget. Best trip we’ve been on.

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