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All-Inclusive Cultural Triangle Tour: Sri Lanka 4-day tour

Encounter ancient temples, untamed wilderness, beautiful botanical gardens, picturesque hill country, and memorable cultural shows.

Trace the famous Cultural Triangle of Sri Lanka on this rollicking Sri Lanka 4-day tour of Colombo, Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa, Sigiriya, Kandy, and Dambulla, as well as part of Sri Lanka's hill country. Explore the icons and discover local spots in this perfect introduction to the diverse cultural triangle of Sri Lanka. Begin in throbbing Colombo and explore the cultural triangle by walking and driving. Travel to the ancient wonders of Sigiriya rock fortress, Polonnaruwa ancient city, Anuradhapura, Golden Temple Dambulla, Tooth Temple Kandy, Aukana Buddha statue, Gal vihara and many other UNESCO world heritage sites, as well as the Minneriya national park adjacent to the cultural triangle of Sri Lanka, which is teeming with elephants, buffaloes, bears, crocodile and many other wild creatures.

This 3-day tour offers the perfect introduction for first-time visitors to Sri Lanka. The trip includes round-trip private transport from Bandaranaike International Airport or your hotel in Colombo, Mount Lavinia, Negombo, or any other beach resort on the west coast.

Start: Colombo, Sri Lanka

Finish: Colombo, Sri Lanka

Group size: min. 1 person

Nature of tour: Private

Why you'll love Sri Lanka 4-day tour

  • Visit the world's 3rd tallest ancient building  (after pyramids) and the tallest Buddhist stupa, built in the 2nd century AD.
  • The proposed 8th-century world wonder, one of the oldest landscaped gardens in the world, dates back to the 5th century AD.
  • Visit Dambulla, a sacred pilgrimage site for 22 centuries with 157 Buddha statues and paintings (with a surface area of 2100 m2). 
  • Visit the Avukana statue (5th century), 14m, which is one of the best examples of Buddha statues from ancient Sri Lanka.
  • The hassle-free private trip includes all necessary components of the trip, such as accommodation, meals, transportation, guiding, and taxes, and Seerendipity takes care of all of them.
  • Trekking through the tea garden / Ceylon tea trail.
  • Experience the character of Sri Lanka's cultural triangle on a hop-on, hop-off tour, weaving through the narrow alleyways and exploring ancient temples, palaces, statues, parks, lakes, and forts.
  • Take a break from bustling cities in the hill country resort of Kandy, where you can catch your breath and spend the night in the faded opulence of your heritage stay.
  • This trip is perfect for people who like to get the most out of a 3-day trip to Sri Lanka, as long travel days are kept to a minimum on an itinerary that hits several icons of central Sri Lanka.
  • 24-hour assistance on the ground via phone or WhatsApp (0094-77-440977) and email at admin@seerendipitytours.com.

Is the Sri Lanka 4-day tour right for you?

  • This compact trip packs a lot. It’s one of the most popular Sri Lanka trips we run in our original style, perfect for those with little time and a desire to do the most with it. If you are after a more leisurely trip or an adventure trip, please browse our tour itinerary page.
  • In Sri Lanka, it can be extremely hot in the summer. While we organize our walking tours and city tours early in the morning or evening, 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 traveling with Seerendipity means respecting local cultures and sensibilities. That way, you get the most out of your interactions with local people and environments. We visited a number of temples on this trip and to enter them, you must have clothes that cover your wrists and below the knee. Please click here to know more about the rules and regulations pertaining to Sri Lanka temple visits.

Highlights of  Sri Lanka 4-day tour

  • Touring Sri Lanka's cultural triangle, find out the rich historical past of Sri Lanka.
  • Kandy sightseeing tour and visiting downtown Kandy.
  • Witness the Kandyan cultural show to experience a typical Sri Lankan dance and musical performance.
  • Take a 360-degree panoramic view from the summit of the Sigiriya rock fortress.
  • Walking through the Spice Garden while learning about herbal trees, plants, and spices (this will be an easy walk that lasts about an hour).
  • Walk in the tea plantations, the Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya and many more (the walk in the botanical garden lasts around 1 hour and you will cover about 2 km).
  • Visiting a tea factory (Scottish) and seeing the entire process of tea manufacturing and tasting a cup of unblended Ceylon tea.
  • a wildlife safari in Minneriya National Park in search of leopards, wild elephants, crocodiles, bears, jackals, and other wild creatures with a local guide and driver.


This tour can be booked with 3-star, 4-star, or 5-star standard categories of hotels. 

Trip includes

  • 2 nights (3 days) of accommodation in standard hotels
  • Daily Breakfast at the Hotel: 2 breakfasts (starting from day 2)
  • Daily dinner at the hotel: 2 dinners (starting from day 1)
  • Kandy city tour and shopping tour
  • Entrance fees for
    • Anuradhapura, an ancient city
    • Sigiriya rock fortress, Sigiriya paintings, Sigiriya museum
    • Aukana temple and Buddha statue
    • Dambulla golden cave temple
    • Polonnaruwa historical city and historical museum
    • Tooth relic temple and Kandy museum
    • Kandyan cultural show
    • Spice garden with a serving of herbal drink
    • Tea factory and tea tasting
    • Pickup and drop-off at the airport or local hotels
  • All passengers are fully insured during the sightseeing tours
  • Meeting arrangements at the airport
  • Entire ground transportation by air-conditioned, modern, fuel-efficient private vehicle
  • Service of an English-speaking driver or guide for the entire tour (please inquire about other languages)
  • All current taxes

Trip excludes

  • The expenses of personal nature, such as telephones and the Internet
  • Gratuities
  • Minneriya national park safari
  • Peradeniya botanical garden

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 10% advance payment from you as a guarantee once the booking is confirmed. 

Book now and pay later

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

Single supplement

The trip can be booked with a single room for the entire trip with a single supplement (please inquire about your chosen category of hotel)

Additional information

  • A 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 two 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
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Infant seats are available
  • This is a private tour or activity.
  • You can reach us 24 hours a day through our hotline at 0094-77-4440977




Day 1

Colombo / Anuradhapura / Sigiriya

You will be met and warmly greeted by your personal chauffeur guide at the Bandaranaike International Colombo Airport or your hotel in Colombo and drive to Sigiriya (Approx. 5 hours drive), En-route stop at 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 ancient city tour
There are eight significant icons that represent Sri Lanka’s connection to Buddhism, and all of them are situated in Anuradhapura, thus calling this collection “Atamasthanaya,” meaning “eight sacred places.” There is a unique story or history connected to each one of them. Most of them were built by kings that ruled the Anuradhapura Kingdom. 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.

In the afternoon safari at Minneriya national park (optional). Minneriya is a popular wildlife reserve that attracts a large number of travellers.

Minneriya safari
Get a thrilling look at the elephants of Minneriya National Park during this 3-hour private Jeep safari. Travel to a wilderness refuge known for hosting one of the largest gatherings of Asian elephants on earth (each June through September), observing these giant creatures as they drink, feed, and congregate.

This activity will include a Safari tour by jeep with a jungle tracker, where you can see animals in the Jungle, including elephants, Bears, Wild boars, Dear, Buffalo, Monkeys and many other animals if you are lucky, leopards too. Return to Habarana.

Activities planned for today
Hop-on hop-off Anuradhapura city tour and Minneriya wildlife tour, Aukana Buddha statue.
Hotel in Sigiriya / Dambulla
Dinner included at the hotel

Day 2

Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa / Sigiriya

After breakfast leave for a sightseeing tour of Sigiriya and Polonnaruwa, Stop At the Ancient City of Sigiriya, Sigiriya Site between the towns of Dambulla and Habarane

Sigiriya: duration 3 hours
Morning: Climb the famous Sigiriya rock fortress and visit 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 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)

Activities planned for today
cultural tour of Sigiriya rock fortress, the historical city of Polonnaruwa
Hotel in Sigiriya/Da,mbulla
Breakfast and Dinner at the hotel

Day 3

Sigiriya / Dambulla / Kandy

After breakfast leave for Colombo via Kandy, En route, Stop At Dambulla Cave Temple, spice/herbal garden and Kandy sightseeing tour.

Dambulla Cave Temple
Dating back to the 1st Century BC, this is the most impressive cave temple in Sri Lanka. It has five caves under an overhanging rock, carved with a drip line to keep the interiors dry. Inside the caves, the ceilings are painted with religious images as well as various gods and goddesses. There are images of the Buddha and the bodhisattvas. The temple has several caves which have been converted into shrine rooms. The caves were built at the base of a 150m high rock during the period of the Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa kingdoms. The famous Dambulla Cave Temple is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Dambulla cave monastery remains the best-preserved ancient edifice in Sri Lanka.

You will do the city tour of Kandy including a visit to the temple of the sacred tooth relic, and the Peradeniya botanical garden.

Later visit 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.

Royal Botanical Gardens
The Botanical Garden of Peradeniya was a pleasure garden of a Kandyan King of the 16th Century and was later made into a Botanical Garden during the British regime. This garden; one of the best in Asia is a place of beauty and a site for bird watchers.

Activites for the day
Visiting Dambulla golden temple, Spice/herbal garden, Tooth relic temple, Peradeniya botanical agrden
No accommodation is planned for today

End of the tour

Day 4

Kandy / Colombo

Leisurely breakfats at hotel and leave for Colomb, En-rouet stop at Pinnawala elepahnt orphanage.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage
Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, the foster – home of elephants of different age and size feeding, bathing, playing together and even mating. These have been found injured or left abandoned in the wilderness. There are even little baby calves born in captivity.

Tea factory
Visit a Tea Plantation and a Tea Factory enroute. Sri Lanka being famous for its “Ceylon Tea” has added cheers to many the world over for more than a century.

  1. Radia:

    Getting this personalized tour was a wise choice because it made for a really comfortable visit, especially in the hot weather. Everyone should do this tour; the tour guide is knowledgeable and excellent.

  2. Ronda:

    The visit to the cultural triangle, followed by the Famus Minneriya safari, was the highlight of my trip to Sri Lanka. Jayaweera, our guide, was a very kind and professional person.The excursion to Pinnawala was not very exciting.

  3. Kayla:

    Wonderful Sri Lanka trip. Our guide, Gayan, did a fantastic job while educating us about Sri Lanka’s rich historical past.

  4. Michael:

    An excellent Sri Lanak trip to the cultural and historical places in Sri Lanka. The driver, Sarath, was quite pleasant and well-informed; he also spoke excellent English. Though he was tardy, he did show up early. Visiting the temples, parks, palaces, buddha statues and countless number of other monumnetswas a very different yet interetsing experince.
    Having fabric on hand to sew a skirt or wrap for our visit to the Buddhist monastery was a nice gesture on his part. In addition to being helpful, he accompanied us to the market to pick out some fruit. When we asked him to use our camera to snap a few pictures of us, he gladly obliged.

    Regarding the company, they are excellent at communicating with you before your booking, pickup, and driver’s name. They also inform you of different tour possibilities without being intrusive.

    The tour was fantastic.

  5. Klemenski:

    Malan was a great driver and helper for us. He was always nice, polite, and smart, and he helped us in so many ways that the trip was always fun. We also really like how safe and smart the driver is and how comfortable the car is. Thanks a lot; we’ll tell our friends and family about you.

  6. Klara Kaufmann:

    The tour was excellent; it was brief yet packed with engaging activities. We avoid the throng by leaving early every day. Our experienced guide made the morning really engaging. Without a doubt, I would suggest this tour.

  7. meheil kuhman:

    Despite it was only 3 days the trips was very well planned allowing us to see the major culturual attraction in Sri Lanka. Sigiriya hike was the most memorable part of the trip. safari was also good and we had the opportunity to witness a large herd of elephants. However nothing much except wild elephants. Overall excellent trip experince.

  8. Beate:

    We booked a three-day cultural trinagle trip Sri Lanka, because we mostly wanted to see culture sites. It was a great chance to see temples, Buddha statues, palaces, churches, and other old buildings. Good hotels, a good vehicle, tasty food, and a friendly tour guide. Apart from the hsitorical and religious monuments the tour includes many other interesting places like wildlife parks, tea gardens, botanical gardens.

  9. Ivonne:

    I would not recommend this tour the tour guide basically repeated a script I could barely understand him focus was to bring is shopping did not enjoy this tour at all

  10. roche:

    Tout était parfaitement organisé, et notre guide chamil était excellent et a fait un excellent travail. Tous les sites étaient relativement moins peuplés et les hôtels étaient principalement vide. En général, voyage au Sri Lanka était excellent et les prix étaient très abordables.

  11. Petra:

    Wonderful Sri Lanka, and it exceeded our expectations. Everything was well-organized, and our guide, Chamil, was great and did an excellent job. All of the attractions were relatively less crowded, and the hotels were mostly empty. Overall, a fantastic Sri Lanka trip at a very reasonable price.

  12. Alan meister:

    Wondeful Sri Lanka and it was far better than what we expected. It undertook the trip as COVID-19 restrictions eased in Sri Lanka. Everything was perfectly organized and our guide chamil was excellent and did a good job. All sites were fairly less crowded and hotels were largely empty. Overall excellent Sri Lanka trip and price was very affordable.

  13. Cimberly:

    Exploring the historical and spiritual side of Sri Lanka was a fascinating experience. Meeting up and walking around with local people in ancient monuments and crowded religious site was the best experience I could have wished for. Our guide Deva know a lot about Sri Lanka and its historical monuments. he loves to tell stories and answers every question I fire away at him. He really takes his time to show you around and the cultural and historical monuments became much more beautiful through his eyes. Thank you so much!

  14. Rukshi:

    Gids kon veel vertellen over de buurt en liet mooie plekjes zien in de culturele driehoek van Sri Lanak. Het was niet echt een geweldige reis. Programma / te bezoeken locaties werden in goed overleg op elkaar afgestemd. Flexibele gids die vooraf veel en snel communiceerde via de app.

  15. Helena:

    A very interesting short trip thanks to our charming tour guide Sam who guided us through three impressive temples and the beautiful Grand temple.

  16. Clemanski urzula:

    We wanted to see mainly the cultural places on our tour and booked the 3 days trip. It was a perfect opportunity to see temples, palaces, and ancient monuments. Good hotels, good vehcile, delicious food and friendly guide.

  17. Johny shandor:

    Perfect !!!! Everything was perfect!!! Thanks!!! We have done dozens of interesting temple, palaces, gardens, stupa, within short period of time. Everything is well times and planned. Everything was betterthan we expected!!! Thanks

  18. Patrik:

    This was a Sri Lanka cultural tour well worth taking! Our guide was Chamara and he was very knowledgeable and explained a lot about the history and culture of Sri Lanka. I would highly recommend the tour and this guide!!

  19. Joseph R:

    Expert guide, great information . The reclining Buddha was incredible and the story behind it is very interesting. Short tour but plenty of intreretsing archeological sites, wildlife safari, botanical garden, elephant park, great tour

  20. Slinc:

    This was a great tour, short but not short of interesting activites. Going in the morning every day we beat the crowds. Our guide was very knowledgeable and may the morning very interesting. I would definitely recommend this tour.

  21. Jenny fatal:

    My first time with a tour like this! I was very happy with the inclusions. Pace is fast but I realize I could never have done everything my own everything was perfectly planned and organized. The local operator was very professional. I really enjoyed this Sri Lanka short trip and was happy to learn more about its culture through are friendly, professional and knowledgeable guide

  22. Lauren:

    seven days back, my mother and 3 sisters did the cultural triangle tour of Sri Lanka. It was absolutey great! Mainly because we had a very good guide. He was very knowledgeable about the temples, history, Buddhism of Sri Lanka cultural triangle. We had very good accommodation and delicious food during the tour. Rohan’s English is perfect, his enthusiasm about his country is contagious and his knowledge of his coquetry is excellent! Thanks Rohan!

  23. Julie:

    Fun and informative, Our guide Jaya took us to many interesting historical and religious places, which allowed us to experience some of SriLankas top-notch historical monuments. Our guide is very knowledgeable and fun, he made thus a worthwhile adventure 😊

  24. miri:

    The cultural trip through Sri Lanka cultural triangle was a unique experience that I will not forget for the rest of my life. We saw a lot in such a short amount of time and everything was super organized. Our guide Gihan always took excellent care of us and always tried to make sure that everyone was fine and that everyone got their money’s worth. I particularly liked that he gave us a lot of knowledge about the culture, country and people. The hotels and our private car, which we always traveled with, were all in very good condition, making the journey very comfortable. I always felt very safe on the trip and would recommend the tour to anyone who wants to tour Sri Lanka but doesn’t want to sacrifice comfort.

  25. Grumbiego:

    We heard a lot of disturbing news about Sri Lankan politics and economy and we were a bit hesitant in the beginning. However, it was a bit exaggerated I must say. We did not feel the economic hardship and hotels were giving us a good service. good food and drinks. Fortunately, we had one of the best guide, and Luma did a fantastic job. We enjoyed the trip a lot. Thanks, Kuma

  26. Robby ilham:

    The trip is good but had to travel a lot during the three days.

  27. Louise:

    Excellent trip! Everyday I felt immersed, educated and safe in the Sri Lankan culture, thanks to Gihan’s hospitality and knowledge of Sri Lanka. The Itinerary was thorough and exciting – it exceeded expectations. Loved the local craft activities; wildlife tour, herbal garden visit and all of the conversations about Sri Lankan history, culture, religion and spirituality.

  28. Gilber shang:

    Very interesting tour itinerary including many cultural, religious, and historic sites in the Sri Lanka’s cultural triangle. Our exceptional tour guide, sam. was very knowledgeable, taught us a great deal, and ensured all of us was listened to and properly looked after throughout. Failure of arrival airport transfer was bit disappointing. Hotels were good, excellent delicious meals and good vehicle.

  29. Juliea chuan:

    This tour was an excellent and wide ranging introduction toSri Lanka’s historical and cultural assets with comfortable accommodation and transport.

  30. manfred:

    Fantastic Sri Lanka trip to get an in-depth knowledge about Sri Lanka in just a few days, wonderful hotels and brilliant staff were outstanding, highly recommend it.

  31. Philipa:

    This trip gave a great taste of what Sri Lankan cultural triangle within a short period of time. Everything was beyond my expectations, food accommodation and activities. As a woman travelling alone I felt safe and included the whole trip. Our leader was amazing and I highly recommend this local travel company (Seerendipity).

  32. Merry:

    I highly recommend the cultural triangle Experience trip. What an amazing and beautiful way to see the historical cities of Sri Lanka. This was a trip I waited 46 yrs to see after going to Sri Lanka on my own at age 21yrs. My gratitude to Sam, our tour guide for my making the tour, safe, fun, and interesting.

  33. Adison:

    Our Sri Lanakn cultural triangle Experience trip exceeded all our expectations! Our guide, Sandu was exceptional ! His vast knowledge of all things on the trip and his genuine ability to make us all feel safe and supported added to our holiday. The car Sri Lankan traffic! We definitely recommend the “comfort” level experience, being great value for money. Thank you Seerendipity and Sandu for an amazing family holiday

  34. Diane:

    This was an amazing trip that was brought to life by our superb guide Ravi. His vast knowledge of the cultural and historical aspects of the island and his ability to share this with us and to explain many aspects of Sri Lankan life and culture meant the trip exceeded our expectations.

  35. Kurba:

    Fabulous trip, tips.. hand sanitizer, money belt, closed shoes, see if you have a Car on comfort class as I limited myself to 6kg backpack. Take money for tips, barter, enjoy the experience with a smile and have a bottle of lion beer every day

  36. Joshua:

    Sam was our personal guide, was excellent. Our car driver didn’t show up on time, but this did not stop him from giving us an excellent tour, he rescheduled everything very well and we did not mis-anything, and he explained the history behind each site wonderfully! As this was a private tour , she also offered to take photos of us with each surroundings, and each photo was great!

  37. Steppi:

    The tour was amazing. You need to do the tour with a guide, and Kelum is the perfect one! Very helpful and knowledgeable. He is also an excellent photographer. Seriously if you think you can just show up to the temples on your own, you are doing yourself an injustice. Kelum told us the history and background of each temple which was fascinating! Thank you so much kelum!

  38. pnodicher:

    We had read up about the tour and had a good idea of what we will see but we had no idea the Driver/Guide would be so great! The temples, ancient structure, and the Buddha stautues were beautiful, amazing and thanks to the guide (Sam) we got a very good idea of the history associated with Sri Lanka. It was awesome what ancient people managed to do, remarkable achievements. All in all it was a wonderful tour.

  39. Babu:

    I had been to Sri Lanka before, in the earlier occasion I visited the southern part of Sri Lanka and this time wanted to visit some Temples and explore the ancient places that I had missed before.

    The tour guide picked me up on time and a prearranged Hotel. He advised which Temples we would visit and I asked to miss one of them as I had seen it before. He was happy to oblige. We visited the reclining Buddha at Galvihara and explore hundreds of statues in dambulla.
    The Buddha staues were amazing and the temples were very impressive. We then traveled a short distance to the Sigiriya rock, which was built by a king morethan a thousands years back. Again it was very impressive. The tour includes a large number of places and we also explored kandy, Polonaruwa, pinnawala and oh I stop here..because there is no end if i going to put all good things here. A nice tour…

  40. Korianne:

    We thoroughly enjoyed our tour and were blessed with the BEST tour guide named Kelum. He was very knowledgeable and never got tired of taking pictures of us. These temples are a must-see in Sri Lanka! They are so beautiful, historical, intricately detailed, and willKelumTum Tum! Such a wonderful start to our trip.

  41. Cristopher:

    Our guide patiently waited for us as we fought Colombo traffic to meet him. He showed us everything we wanted to see!

  42. Jeewantha:

    We wanted to take the trip despite the invasion of Omicron. Well organized trip and our tour guide Shan was very knowledgeable. I like when he gave cold bottled water after the temple visits as it helps us to feel comfortable due to heat .

  43. grace:

    Very well planned trip from pickup to visiting temples to drop off well-timed. The local tour operator has heap of experince in this field we saw it when they planned the trip with early morning temple visits. Early morning visits allow you to escape from the heat. and It is difficult to walk on the sandy temple garden during the mid-day. clever thinking. Good hotels, good vehicle and excellent guide.

  44. evelin:

    We enjoy the trip a lot and looking at the UNESCO world heritage sites in teh cultural triangle… Its amazing to know more of the history of Sri Lanka and the its people… very educating!

  45. RICHARD W:

    Very knowledgeable guide and comfortable transport. Highly recommended. Just the right length of tour, as you could get “Templed” out. Take plenty of water.

  46. Nunjin:

    The overall tour felt very rushed. We saw dozens of temples but didn’t have sufficient time to fully experience the beauty of each one. This was our first tour of a three week trip in Sri Lanka and guide also rushed us through the places. Although he was friendly and contacted us in advance of our hotel pickup time, her overall knowledge of the temples we visited was limited. There was too much conversation about personal feelings regarding the country’s current leaders Not to mention personal stories and picture sharing of the guides cat.

  47. Babu:

    It was a good decision to get this private tour it was really comfortable for us to go around especially with the hot weather.. The tour guide is good and informative will recommend this to evryone

  48. Ruban:

    Tour guide was excellent, very informative. Had a wonderful time. Would definitely recommend to friends and family.

  49. Shamini:

    there are no identifying markers on their vehicles, my hotel had two entrances, they left me, customer service was unkind, they charged me 600 additional rupees for the next tour

  50. Evans:

    This tour is a perfect option if you don’t want to get up early in the morning and don’t want to waste the whole trip in Colombo.

  51. Rizmi owl:

    Perfect tour to see the temples, palaces and ancient monuments. It was very well planned. very good guide, good hotels, good vehicle and excellent service

  52. Genola gulheim:

    Good trip but lot of travelling.

  53. Fernandez ursula:

    If there had been little bit more time to relax it could have been better

  54. elheim knur:

    very good Sri Lanka tour

  55. Dewsa regnis:

    Excellent trip with plenty of attractions like ancient places, wildlife parks and remote countryside. Very affordable and good hotels.

  56. bonnie reama:

    Good trip enjoyed a lot

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