One day trip srilanka

We operate one day trip in Sri Lanka to the following destinations. A trip of this nature usually starts after breakfast and returns the same day to the hotel having witnessed the attractions which the particular destination has to offer. The destinations we have offered have specially been selected as these sites and places depict Sri Lanka’s history, culture and traditions spanning over 2500n years. A drive down the coastal belt of the South of Sri Lanka to the ancient city of Galle would be a valued attraction to witness given its history of the Dutch period in Sri Lanka.

COLOMBO

COLOMBO

Colombo is the commercial capital of Sri Lanka. Colombo is divided into 15 zones within a radius of about 10 to 15 kilometers. All the fashionable departmental stores such as Odel, Liberty Plaza, Majestic City, major Banks and Government offices are located in Colombo. The Pettah is known for its bustling trading activity with various goods being sold by vendors. Colonial buildings such as the Presidential Secretariat, the Court houses in Hultsdorf and the Dutch Hospital, the Dutch Church at Wolfendhal Street are all a part of the attractions Colombo has to offer, last but not least the well patronized nights clubs and casinos.
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GALLE

GALLE

The port city of Galle is best known for its Dutch Fortress and the light house. Also the Dutch Reformed church is part of the well documented history of Galle. The drive to Galle is mainly on the coastal belt of Sri Lanka. However if a quick visit is envisaged the Colombo Galle express Highway is the quickest.

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SIGIRIYA

SIGIRIYA

Sigiriya is a Rock Fortress built by King Kashyapa in the 5th century and is a world heritage site and has been declared by UNESCO as the eighth wonder of the world. During a visit to Sigiriya one of the highlights of the visit is to undertake a trip by bullock cart driven by oxen deep into the villages whereby you will witness and understand the different life styles of Sri Lanka village folk.
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KANDY

KANDY

The last capital of Sri Lanka which is considered a sacred city as it houses the most important Buddhist Temple known as the Temple of the Tooth. Other historical sites such as the Royal Botanical Gardens, colonial buildings and the well maintained war memorial are parts of the Kandyan heritage.
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PINNAWELA

PINNAWELA

Pinawella houses probably the only elephant orphanage the world has known.  The elephants at this orphanage are elephants generally brought in from the wild who are found injured or orphaned , Baby elephants are fed three times a day, the feedings times being 9.15AM, 1.15PM and 5.pm. Subsequent to the feedings all elephants numbering around 70-80 are taking down for a bath to the Mahaveli River situated across the road.
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UDA WALAVE NATIONAL PARK

UDA WALAVE NATIONAL PARK

Uda Walawe National Park is the home for the majority of elephants and other species of animals. It is estimated that more than 250 to 300 wild elephants are at the Park. The trip to the Park is by way of open jeeps with wild life guides providing assistance and guidance. The roads inside the park are generally bumpy and hazardous. Nevertheless a trip to Uda Walave park could be exhilarating watching the antics of the elephants.
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