Visiting temple: Yes, Please dress accordingly Pick-up location and time: Colombo, Negombo, Bentota, 0700 hrs
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Sri Lanka Heritage Tour, -5 days

The Sigiriya rock fortress, the Dambulla golden temple, and Bentota beach are just a short distance from Colombo international airport—some of Sri Lanka's most seductive, captivating, and well-liked tourist destinations. Therefore, take a vacation and go on a five-day trip to Sri Lanka to see some of the most fascinating locations outside of Colombo if you're not in the mood to go clubbing or to discos.

For those who are visiting Sri Lanka for the first time, this 4-night private tour provides an ideal introduction. Four UNESCO World Heritage sites are part of your customisable itinerary: the Golden Temple of Dambulla, the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy, the historic city of Polonnaruwa, and Sigiriya Rock Fortress.

Take in the beautiful drive from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, as well as visits to a tea estate, a spice garden, and the Royal Botanic Gardens. includes return private transportation from your hotel in Negombo, Mount Lavinia, or Bandaranaike International Airport.

Are you a good fit for this trip?

All transfers and sightseeing are private; the only people on the tour are you and your companions.
This five-day excursion covers a lot. One of the most well-liked tours in Sri Lanka that we provide in our original style is ideal for people looking for a one-week vacation that they want to make the most of. Please take a look at our other tour itineraries if you're looking for a shorter or more relaxed trip to Sri Lanka.
It can get very hot in Sri Lanka throughout the summer. Although we try to conduct our walking tours and city visits in the early morning or late afternoon when the weather is milder, don't forget to stay hydrated and pack sun protection gear like a hat, sunscreen, a long-sleeve shirt and anything else that will shield you from the sun.
Travelling with Intrepid includes honouring the customs and traditions of the places you visit. In this manner, you maximise the benefits of your encounters with locals and their settings. During this trip, we visit several temples, all of which need clothing that covers the wrists and below the knee. Sometimes entering a temple requires taking off your shoes and head coverings. To learn more about the guidelines that apply to visiting Sri Lankan temples, please follow this link.

Reasons to like this trip

  • Travel the island in style and safety in a contemporary, air-conditioned private car with your own driver/guide.
  • An itinerary for your tour that has been carefully thought out to maximise your time and money while still allowing for any necessary adjustments.
  • You can take the leisurely, personalised tour at your own speed.
  • Explore the golden-roofed Temple of the Sacred Tooth in Kandy, which is home to a Buddha tooth, one of the most significant Buddhist relics in Sri Lanka.
  • Discover the west coast's palm-treed streets and beaches; you might even decide to stop for a massage en route.
  • Discover the magnificence of old civilization by visiting the museum in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa.
  • Stroll around the green Galle Fort, take in the breathtaking scenery, and stop by a small cafe for an icy ginger drink.
  • Take a 4WD wildlife tour in Kaudulla National Park, looking for leopards, bears, and elephants.
  • Savour the youthful Kandyan dancers' acrobatic performance.
  • Lunch in the spice garden: discover the advantages of sipping steaming hot Ceylon tea after a spicy curry.
  • Savour the magnificent panoramic vista while standing atop the Sigiriya rock castle.
  • On the hill country tour, take in the stunning waterfalls, verdant highlands, tea plantations, and pockets of woodland.
  • With your guide, take a tour of a typical Sri Lankan market.
  • Explore the herb/spice garden and discover Sri Lankan spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, cardamom, and vanilla.
  • See the historic statues and murals of Dambulla, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in the world.

Locations you visit when travelling

  • The ancient city of Polonnaruwa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Study up on Polonnaruwa.
  • Rock fortification Sigiriya (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). 
  • Dambulla's Golden Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (a world heritage site recognised by UNESCO).
  • National Park Minneriya (Safari).
  • Walk around the Royal Botanical Garden for one hour and thirty minutes.
  • Sri Lanka tours to tea estates.
  • Take a walk to the Ramboda waterfall so you can examine the impressive cascade up close. 
  • Gardens with spices.
  • Eliya Nuwara. 
  • Elephant orphanage in Pinnawala.
  • The hill country of Sri Lanka features lakes, waterfalls, and verdant slopes.


  • Exploring the cultural triangle of Sri Lanka.
  • Columbo Tour of Shopping and Sightseeing.
  • Explore the historical and cultural legacy of Sri Lanka by touring monuments that date back thousands of years.
  • Polonnaruwa's ancient monuments while cycling.
  • Enjoy a spectacular 360-degree view from the top of the Sigiriya rock castle.
  • Climb up to the Ramboda plateau for a better view of the massive Ramboda waterfall.
  • Taking a stroll through the Spice Garden while being educated about the many herbs, plants, and spices.
  • Take a stroll across Gregory Lake, Vitoria Park, the Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya, and many other places.
  • Come to the cooking class and discover how to prepare a delectable Sri Lankan dish.
  • Discover the magnificent mountains of Sri Lanka.
  • See Pinnawla Elephant Park, the world's first foster home for orphan elephants.
  • Visit Minneriya National Park for a wildlife safari to view wild creatures.


  • 4-nights at ordinary four-star hotels.
  • H/B meal plan (daily breakfast and dinner served at the hotel)
  • Complete ground transportation in a private, air-conditioned car
  • Transportation to and from the airport or nearby hotels
  • Every sightseeing excursion is in accordance with the schedule
  • all-day use of a driver/guide who speaks English (please enquire about other languages)
  • Fees for admission and activities are listed below.
    • Sigiriya Rock Fortress
    • Golden Cave Temple in Dambulla
    • Temple of the tooth relics
    • Garden of Royal Botany
    • Historical site of Anuradhapura
    • Historical site of Polonnaruwa
    • Park Victoria Elephant orphanage at Nuwara Eliya, Pinnawala
    • Safari jeep and Minneriya National Park admission costs
    • Every current tax
    • Every day breakfast at the hotel (4), beginning on day 2.
    • Every day, dinner is at the hotel (4), beginning on the first day.


  • Includes no gratuities

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Pay for your tour when you meet us, or reserve it now. Please send us the completed tour booking form, and we will set up your tour. You can pay when you meet with us on the first day of the trip.

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Just one add-on

For a single supplement, the entire trip can be reserved in a single room (please inquire about your preferred category of hotel).

More details

  • At the time of booking, a confirmation will be sent.
  • On the day of travel, a valid passport must be present.
  • Not suitable for wheelchairs
  • For this excursion, comfortable walking shoes are advised.
  • It is customary for all guests to remove their shoes and headgear before entering Buddhist and Hindu temples.
  • Dress code: knees and shoulders must be covered
  • The approximate duration of transfers is subject to variation based on traffic conditions and the time of day.
  • Depending on the pleasant weather
  • Babies have to sit on laps.
  • It is not advised for travellers who have back issues
  • Not advised for travellers who are expecting
  • It is not recommended for travellers with significant medical concerns, such as heart difficulties.
  • A moderate level of physical fitness is required of travellers.
  • This tour/activity is exclusive to you.

We can be reached at 0094-77-4440977, our hotline, 24 hours a day.

Sri Lanka Heritage Tour-5 Days Tour


Day 1

Time : 6:00 am


Proceed to Sigiriya in a private vehicle from Colombo. Along the way, you will see a number of temples and historic sites in Anuradhapura. The 280 kilometres should take about five hours. Visit the Buddha statues in Mihintale, Aukana, later on.

Tour of Anuradhapura Citya

A visit to Anuradhapura's temples, museums, dagobas, forts, stupas, and numerous other historic sites is highly recommended (UNESCO world heritage site). Following lunch, you'll begin your 3- to 4-hour hop-on, hop-off Anuradhapura city tour.


Anuradhapura's history dates back to the eighth century BC, according to recent excavations. or 2800 B.P. Legends, however, extend the timeline beyond 3000-5000 years. Sri Lanka was home to four tribes at the time (Ramayana being one of them). The kingdom began in 380 B.C. and lasted for 1,500 years. Numerous of Sri Lanka's oldest and most impressive monuments are located in this city. a well-liked pilgrimage site for Sinhalese Buddhists due to the abundance of historic Buddhist structures.

King Pandukabhaya established Anuradhapura as the royal capital in 380 BC. Up to the year 1000 AD, it served as both the royal capital and the home of 119 successive Singhalese monarchs. After that, the capital was transferred to Polonnaruwa. You will witness remnants of palaces, temples, monasteries, ceremonial baths, and the temple of the sacred Bo tree, in addition to some of the most well-known and tallest dagobas in all of Sri Lanka. This tree was raised from a sapling of the same tree that the Buddha attained enlightenment under over 2500 years ago. All of these locations are included in our hop-on, hop-off Anuradhapura City Tour.

• Ruwanwelisaya: King Dutugamunu built one of the biggest "stupas" ever completed.

• Thuparamaya: Possibly the oldest observable dagoba in the world, it is the oldest in Sri Lanka.

• Lovamahapaya: This building is significant since it formerly had bronze tiles covering its roof.

• Abhayagiri: This is one of Anuradhapura's largest viharas. The monastery housed five thousand monks.

• Jethavanaramaya: a revered World Heritage monument that at one point housed almost 3,000 monks. It resembles Abhayagiri quite a bit as well.

• Mirisavetiya: Following his victory over King Elara, King Dutugamunu constructed this stupa.

• Lankaramaya: One of the city's eight holiest sites, it was constructed during the reign of King Valagamba of the Anuradhapura Kingdom.

The Buddha Statue from Aukana

One of the outstanding specimens of a standing Buddha statue from ancient Sri Lanka is thought to be the Avukana statue. The Avukana statue is a standing Buddha statue located in north-central Sri Lanka, not far from Kekirawa. Standing over 46 feet (14 metres) tall, the monument was sculpted in the fifth century out of a massive granite rock face. It shows a version of the Abhaya mudra, with the intricately carved, closely worn garment. It was built during the reign of Dhatusena and might have resulted from a master-student competition. One of the outstanding examples of a standing statue constructed in Sri Lanka is the Avukana statue. It is presently a well-liked travel destination.

The Ancient Temple of Mihintale

A high peak close to Anuradhapura is called Mihintale. Dating back to the second century BC, it is among the world's oldest places of worship. King Devanampiyatissa was the one who built it. The temple is currently a place of pilgrimage, home to numerous significant religious monuments as well as abandoned buildings, including an Ayurvedic hospital.

According to Heinz E. Müller-Dietz (Historia Hospitalium 1975), the hospital in Mihintale may be the oldest in the entire globe.

Activities scheduled for today

The ancient city, museum, Aukana Buddha statue, Jetawanarama, Sri Mahabodhi, Ruwanweli stupa, Kuttam Pokuna, and Mihintale are all located in Anuradhapura.

A Place to Stay
Spend the night in Sigiriya
Dinners at the hotel

Day 2

Time : 8:00 am


After breakfast, depart for Sigiriya and Polonnaruwa. In the afternoon, take a safari in Minneriya National Park.

The rock stronghold of Siriya
Sigiriya is situated in the Central Province of Sri Lanka, close to the town of Dambulla, in the central Matale District. The name alludes to a historically and archaeologically significant location that is dominated by a gigantic rock column that rises to a height of around 200 metres (660 feet). The Culavamsa, an old Sri Lankan chronicle, states that King Kasyapa (477–495 CE) chose this location for his new capital. On top of this rock, he constructed his palace and painted vibrant frescoes on its walls. He constructed a doorway in the shape of a massive lion on a little plateau that is located roughly halfway up the side of this rock. The Lion Rock, or Sīhāgiri, is the structure from which this location gets its name. Following the king's passing, the capital and the royal palace were deserted. Right up until the fourteenth century, it served as a Buddhist monastery.

Polonnaruwa (three hours)
The second-oldest city in Sri Lanka is Polonnaruwa. Following Anuradhapura, it was designated as Sri Lanka's capital. Given that the ruins in Polonnaruwa are far younger than those in Anuradhapura, they are also in far better shape. You will see palaces, dagobas, and temples during this hop-on, hop-off city tour, which offers a good sample of Sri Lankan historical craftsmanship. During your three-hour guided tour of the Polonnaruwa Ancient City, you will see some of the following sights:
The most prolific and talented builder of the time, King Parakramabahu, resided in Royal Palace. Nissankamulla Palace is a royal audience hall with remarkable masonry.
• Gal Viharaya (home to some of the nation's top rock carvings)
• The image houses of Thuparama and Lankathilaka (Excellent examples of vaulted shrine rooms)
• Vatadage (provides a hypothetical image of a complete vatadage)
• Rankoth Vehera, Polonnaruwa's largest stupa
• The Parakramabahu Statue, which honours one of Sri Lanka's finest monarchs from antiquity.

A safari through Minneriya is optional

Enjoy a three-hour private Jeep safari in Minneriya National Park to get an exciting glimpse at the elephants. Visit a wilderness reserve that is renowned for being the site of one of the world's greatest gatherings of Asian elephants (from June to September), and spend time watching these enormous animals as they eat, drink, and socialise.

This excursion will include a safari tour in a jeep with a jungle tracker where you can see a variety of jungle animals, including buffalo, monkeys, bears, wild boar, elephants, and, if you're lucky, leopards. Go back to Habarana.

Events scheduled for today
Minneriya safari, Sigiriya rock fortress, and Polonnaruwa ancient city tour
A hotel located in Sigiriya
Included Meals
Dinner and breakfast

Day 3

Time : 7:00 am


After breakfast, head to the Kandy Hotel. While travelling,

Arrive at Dambulla Cave Temple. Spend two hours at the UNESCO-designated Dambulla Cave Temple, a batik workshop, and a spice garden showcasing the finest spices in Sri Lanka.

Golden Cave Temple: Two Hours of Wonder
Originally built in the first century BC, this is Sri Lanka's most magnificent cave temple. Beneath an overhanging rock, it features five caverns that are carved with a drip line to keep the interiors dry. The ceilings of the caverns are painted with numerous gods and goddesses and religious imagery. The Buddha and other bodhisattvas are depicted. Numerous caves at the temple have been transformed into shrine rooms. The Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa kingdoms created the caverns at the foot of a 150-meter-tall cliff.
One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites is the well-known Dambulla Cave Temple. The oldest structure in Sri Lanka that has been kept the finest is the cave monastery at Dambulla.

The Kandyan
UNESCO has designated Kandy City as a Living World Heritage Site. Kandy, which served as the final capital of the Sinhala kings, is renowned for its serene natural surroundings and man-made lake. According to a British governor, Kandy is the most beautiful city in the world's most beautiful country. The religious significance of the Tooth Relic and the yearly Dalada Perehere procession add vitality and distinct cultural significance to the old hill capital, while the palace's shrines and British-era architecture give it a distinct personality.

Tooth Relic Temple (1 hour)
In Kandy, Sri Lanka, there is a Buddhist shrine called Sri Dalada Maligawa (Sinhala) or the shrine of the Sacred Tooth Relic. It is situated within the complex of royal palaces that also holds the tooth Buddha relic. Because it is thought that whoever owns the relic controls national governance, the relic has been significant to local politics since ancient times. Due in part to the temple, Kandy, the final capital of the Sinhalese kings, is now recognised as a World Heritage Site.

An hour-long cultural presentation from Kandy
The Exhibition of Cultural Dancing. Dance and drama are such an integral part of Sri Lankan culture that a celebration would not be complete without them. Sri Lanka, a country with many ethnic groups, is proud of its rich history in dance and theatre. The two major ethnic groups have two amazing dance and drama traditions in common, which contribute to Sri Lanka's increased notoriety in this area.

Shopping and CITY (optional)
Tourist attractions including Kandy Lake, a historical church, a Buddhist Hindu temple, and a batik industry will all be included on the city tour. Purchasing at Barefoot, Hemachjandra Jewellery, Silk Garden, and so forth

The activities include visiting the Golden Temple in Dambulla, the Muttumari Amman Temple in Matale, a spice and herb garden in Matale, a Kandyan cultural display, a Kandy city tour, and the Temple of the Tooth Relic.
A hotel located in Kandy
Included Meals
Dinner and breakfast

Day 4

Time : 9:00 am


After breakfast leave for a sightseeing tour of Kandy, and proceed to Nuwara Eliya En route to visit,

Royal Botanical Gardens
Visit Peradeniya Botanical Garden, one of the best botanical gardens in Asia,
duration: 2 hours.

Stop At: Ramboda Waterfall, Pussellawa Sri Lanka
Visit Ramboda waterfalls and enjoy the beauty of nature, duration: 30 minutes. The Ramboda waterfalls are located on the Ramboda plateau and this cascading waterfall makes a sight to behold, especially during the rainy season. You will have to make a downhill march with your tour guide to take a look at this beautiful waterfall.

Nuwara Eliya
Nuwara Eliya is the administrative capital of Nuwara Eliya District, with a picturesque landscape and temperate climate. It is at an altitude of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is considered to be the most important location for tea production in Sri Lanka. The city is overlooked by Pidurutalagala, the tallest mountain in Sri Lanka. Nuwara Eliya is known for its temperate, cool climate – the coolest area in Sri Lanka.

Many of the buildings retain features from the colonial period such as the Queen's Cottage, General's House, Grand Hotel, Hill Club, St Andrew's Hotel and Town Post Office. New hotels are often built and furnished in the colonial style. Visitors to the city can wallow in its nostalgia of bygone days by visiting the landmark buildings. Many private homes maintain their old English-style lawns and gardens.

Tea factory
On a tea plantation visit, you can learn all about tea picking and tea processing and also enjoy some fine Sri Lankan tea tasting. It’s probably a much more exciting prospect if you’re a tea lover, but even if you’re not, the Hill Country (or Tea Country, as it’s sometimes called) is arguably the most scenic part of the island and worth a visit.

You’ll find rolling hills clad with row upon row of luscious, green tea plants. It’s often shrouded in a fine mist and is the perfect escape from the heat of Sri Lanka’s wonderful beaches (if you need an escape!).

Activities planned for today
Hill country trip, tea factory/plantation, Nuwara Eliya city tour
Hotel in Kandy
Breakfast and Dinner at the hotel

Day 5

Time : 8:00 am


Proceed to Colombo after enjoying a leisurely breakfast at your Kandy hotel. You might elect to take a Colombo city tour en route.

As far back as pre-Christian times, Colombo was a well-known city among traders from Arabia, China, India, Persia, and Rome. Traders travel to Sri Lanka, which is situated along the East-West sea route, to exchange goods with the local traders. Anuradhapura had served as the nation's capital city, despite the fact that 2,000 years ago, the ancient traders were well-known for their commerce with Colombo. At the mouth of the Kelani River in the city of Colombo, there existed an Arabian hamlet. From the port of Columbo, Arab traders were exporting commodities. With the assistance of Arabs, the monarch of Kotte traded goods including diamonds, ivory, cinnamon, and elephants. As the capital of Ceylon, Colombo gained prominence at the start of the British colonial era. From 1815 to 1978, Colombo served as the island's capital; after that, Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte was designated as the new administrative centre.

When the nation was under British colonial rule, this racecourse was well-known. Due to sea crabs creating holes in the track, this race course that borders the Indian Ocean had to be abandoned later. Later on, it was transformed into a promenade for city people and given the name Galle to face Green. Galle Face Green is home to an open theatre these days, as well as large green areas for sports, strolling, and picnics.

Maha Ganagarama Temple
It is regarded as one of the nation's holiest locations. The well-known Kelaniya dagoba is situated inside the temple's boundaries. The temple is one of the three locations that the Buddha visited in the sixth century B.C. The Kalyani River, which runs alongside the temple, enhances its picturesque attractiveness. This temple is well-known for its lovely wall, which is regarded as the greatest painting from the Modern Era.

The park is called Viharamahadevi
Viharamahadevi can be found in Cinnamon Gardens in Colombo 7. It is the city's biggest and most well-liked park. There there once was a twenty-square-kilometer cinnamon plantation in the region. The majority of the affluent people's palaces are still visible in the region, and Colombo 7 is the city's most gorgeous area.

The Wolvendaal church
The Wolvendaal Church is situated in Fort, just a short stroll from the city's heart. It features a sizable assortment of grave markers belonging to notable Dutch figures. Built in 1813, the fort is located on the city's highest point. The church was constructed in the era's doric style. shaped like a Greek cross, with walls five feet thick and overhanging gables. Brick barrel arches and a central dome serve as the roofs of the transepts.

Independence hall/Aukana Buddha/BMICH
Standing in front of the Bandaranayke Memorial International Conference Hall is a masterfully crafted statue of the Buddha. The largest Buddha statue in the city of Colombo, at 36 feet tall. It is a duplicate of the Kalawewa Anuradhapura Statue located on the banks of the Avukana River.

A Place to Stay
There are no accommodations scheduled for today.
Included Meals
A tour of the city of Columbo

The heritage tour comes to an end.

  1. Mathew:

    We had a very enjoyable Sri Lanka tour (5 days tour) with deva! He was an excellent driver (not too fast!) and was very insightful about all the different places we went to visit, as well as any general questions we had about Sri Lanka, it’s history and culture. Would definitely recommend deva.

  2. Raine:

    Roshan was a great guide and was very knowledgeable about the areas we saw during out Sri Lanka trip. He knows lots of history, culture, religions, wildlife of Sri Lanka. He was very patient and didn’t rush any part of our tour, and he is very pleasant to deal with. We would recommend Roshan to anyone looking for a knowledgeable, friendly guide!

  3. Rodney:

    We had a really great Sri Lanka tour with Deva. It was a short trip but very comprehensive. Includes many cultural and historical places and as well as wildlife parks. . Deva is an absolutely attentive and good driver and guide! But that’s only a minor matter, because although I’m not an native english speaker, I was able to talk to him very well. Not only did he show and explain the different places to me, but we talked about politics, society, religion and sports during the whole drive. It was very interesting to hear his view of Sri Lanka. Beside the main attractions we tasted some Sri Lankan food and visited two further tempels. I can only recommend him.

  4. Pim:

    We hebben echt genoten van de tour in Sri Lanka. Ik ben een aantal keer in Sri Lanka geweest, maar dankzij Jaya ontdekte ik meer over Sri Lankaanse cultuur, natuur en religie. Veel nieuwe details geleerd over de geschiedenis en het leven van Sri Lanka. Jaya is een geweldige verhalenverteller en houdt de tour van begin tot eind spannend. De tour was ook goed ontworpen, zodat je de hoogtepunten van Sri Lanka en de verborgen plekken in Sri Lanka ziet. En vaak ook op plekken waar het minder druk is.

  5. Ricki nuace:

    Perfect Sri Lanka 5 days tour with historical temples, forts, caves, stupas and museums. Very nice 5-star hotels with nice driver/guide. Gayan (our guide) had a very nice air-conditioned car and so that we were able to get away from the heat most of the time. Gayan did a great job by taking us around Sri Lanka safety and gave us all information about Sri Lanka, history, religion, and people of Sri Lanka.

  6. Normal dale:

    Excellent trip. Sri Lanka is very peace ful and people are enjoying their life.

  7. Rudiger:

    We arrived for a short tripon in Sri Lanka from Jordan. so we had to go for this short trip. But it was a great program with lot of interesting places. Jaya, our personal driver/guide did a great job.

  8. Silvia:

    there was some unrest going on in Sri Lanka during the trip. But we felt safe with gihan. He did a great job and handled everythign very well. we visited many interesting places but my favourite was the wildlief tour. Thanks

  9. Konrad. p:

    Very nice trip for a family, there are many interesting activities for kids like visiting wildlife reserves, beaches.

  10. Noel:

    Amara was skilled, accommodating, on time, knowledgeable, a safe driver. I hope you choose amara like I did, because with his help I had the best time in Sri Lanka.

  11. regina:

    We enjoyed our trip to Sri Lanka with Kuma. He was very professional in dealing with us and made our trip very comfortable.

  12. neha:

    I feel this is the best sri Lanka 5 days tour. We checked on many tour program on teh internet and felt This sri Lanak trip would be better. Our choice is correct and we enjoyed the trip a lot. Time spent on the trip was well worth it. good hotel, good service, and good guide

  13. Ishak mahmoud:

    Very well planned, excellent trip. What is most interesting about teh trip is the flexibility. The company allowed us to change many areas of the trip as per our wish. It was very helpful to plan the trip the way we wanted to have it. Nice hotels, delicious rice and curry, plenty of leisure and good guide.

  14. Abraham:

    Wonderful Sri Lanka with plenty of time for leisure and sightseeing. Excellent local guide with smiling face all the time. very well planned and all health protocols followed.

  15. helen:

    This was our first trip with Seerendipity and we stopped for few sightseeing on our way to the Maldives. As with my first one , the itinerary was packed with places to visit and opportunities to mix with local people including participation in religious services where appropriate. I feel that Seerendipity as a local agent are very much aware of the importance of the environment and culture of their trip and work hard and sensitively to get the balance just right. Well done !

  16. Prenny:

    This was a great trip with a fantastic guide. We have seen and experienced far more than we could have hoped for. Our appreciation of India, (places, people and culture) has been forever enhanced.

  17. Jorge:

    The itinerary is good, we were able to see many interesting places. We booked the trip with luxury hotels at a higher rate. But I feel our guide was not providing us with the best service. He was not explaining the sites and temples willingly when we reach them. Lack of information about attractions. We are not happy with the service of Chmil.

    • Sanjeewa Padmal (Seerendipity tours):

      Dear Mr Jorge
      Thanks for your comments we will look into the matter and get back to you.

    • Alexi manroof:

      It was a wonderful trip, we enjoyed a lot thanks

  18. Paula rima:

    Sri Lanka is such a fantastic country, I feel 6 days not enough to see much of it.

  19. jadon:

    Very interesting experience and a great vibe. I met some great friends from worldwide. And our local guide Harsha is great company. This is probably one of best ways to explore Sri Lanka.

  20. Johan:

    It was very easy to book the tour with seerendipity tours. We just paid them online and everything was perfectly planned. We were informed about all the hotels on the trip and all are very nice hotels. The guide sam was very good and knowledgable.

  21. Narendra:

    Excellent 6 days with a very knowledgeable local guide. The trip was very well organized by the local tour operators. Our guide Jagath was very nice, speaks perfect English, and very knowledgeable

  22. Loreal:

    5 days Sri Lanak tour. Paid a penalty for being single, when Hotels were very average and only two meals supplied. Be prepared for tipping in every direction and I felt the guide had connections to where we should buy and seemed bored with the tour and group. I saw great sites, met great local people along the way and collected many fantastic pictures, but unfortunately, it was not value for money.

  23. Garnia singh:

    Fantastic private trip for our family. Our kids enjoyed the tour a lot. Very good hotels and meals. The price was the best

  24. Mary:

    Sam was an excellent tour guide and he made the trip special & more enjoyable.

  25. Rex:

    Giman was an excellent tour guide and he made the trip special & more enjoyable. The trip was interesting with lot of places to visit but too many things and places packed into 5 days.

  26. Crystal:

    Our guide Silva was very helpful and kind, the tour was excellent with him, we enjoyed a lot.

  27. Mihail:

    There had been lot of travelling during the trip

  28. Davis Cooper:

    Even though it was a 6 days trip, we felt it like a 2 days tour because the trip was very interesting we did not feel that we’re losing the time. the tour was well organized and Rohan was a good driver/guide.

  29. Ann:

    A great snap shot of Sri Lanka in a short amount of time.

  30. Niaz Mohammad:

    Fantastic Sri Lanka trip, everything was well organized and the local guide was very knowledgeable very helpful

  31. Abby:

    Fantastic tour with a a range of activities for everyone. Such an authentic experience and our tour guide was fantastic. Highly recommend!!!

  32. Chanch chi:

    I never knew that Sri Lanka had such a long history. We visited dozens of historical monuments and it is surprising what the people in the past achieved. Very good informative tour, worth every penny we spent.

  33. Cecelia:

    Excellent tour! This country is amazing!! Cham was an amazing guide. So approachable and so much knowledge. But luckily we had such a great time with our friends, including cham!

  34. Melanie joseph:

    A large herd of Wild elephants only a few meters away from us, it was the highlight for me on this tour. I’m really that I took this trip.

  35. Clair:

    An amazing tour packed full of memorable experiences! Sri Lanka was safe, affordable, culturally interesting, and very scenic! Book this tour, you won’t regret it! Happy travels.

  36. Elisah:

    Excellent trip and everything took place as per our wish. You have maximum privacy with a dedicated driver/guide and a comfortable vehicle, I feel that the beauty of this trip. Overall rating is very good.

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  38. Fernandez john:

    Very affordable trip with a good hotel and a very comfortable vehicle. Our guide Senani was very nice and helpful.

  39. George Mars:

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

  40. Karsten Gebhardt:

    Visiting Sri Lanka was a great experience and meaningful for me, especially in a difficult time for its tourism. Thanks to an excellent leader, ThilaChamath, the trip was safe and memorable.

  41. Rebecca:

    Travelled a lot during 6 days, otherwise good

  42. Lorraine:

    A fast paced trip with opportunity to see some amazing highlights of the cultural triangle. Definite highlight was Kandy, and it was a lovely way to end the trip having a couple of free days at the beach. Thanks Viraj for being a great tour leader 🙂

  43. Friedrich:

    The first hotel was OK but service was not that much good and food also not up to the standard. And it was raining too.

  44. Rilwan:

    Good trip

  45. Ella:

    An absolute pearler of a trip, definitely recommend to others who don’t want a big group and want to chill with people their own age whilst seeing all the banger sites in SL.

  46. Manfred gunther:

    Hectic trip lot of travelling during the 6 days

  47. Mohamad Rashid:

    Very nice trip with a nice blend of culture, nature and history. Most interestingly it is private. A nice comfortable vehicle, good hotels, excellent food. Everything well organized, good informative guide.

  48. Nadine chahyeb:

    Nice tour

  49. Ines Bachmann:

    Seriously people you have to start visiting Sri Lanka again. 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.

  50. Chiara De Mattia:

    First time with Seerendipity and had a great time. Great tour leader and a mix of inclusions, activities, and experiences hard to find elsewhere. Loved Sri Lanka, thank you to Seerendipity and all the wonderful people we met.

  51. Sandra lameh:

    The trip is good and it includes many interesting places, a very nice vehicle with well experience guide (Mohan).

  52. Isak:

    Excellent trip, very well organized

  53. Mohamad Isak:

    Trekking at Sigiriya rock fortress was bit strenuous but the view from teh summit is simply unforgettable. The trip is very interesting and the guide was excellent. Good hotel,m vehicle and food too.

  54. Sebastian muller:

    The first hotel was not good because they had very poor service

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