Join us for the 3-day tour to explore the heritage sites of Sigiriya, Polonnaruwa and Dambulla. Visit the Sigiriya Lions Rock with the magnificent frescoes paintings and take a Jeep Safari excursion to Minneriya National Park. You may to witness a large amount of elephants gathering together to get water at the Minneriya tank.
• 3 days
Book a morning, afternoon, or full-day safari, and meet your personal driver-guide at Wilpattu National Park. Head inside (own expense), board your private 4x4, and explore the dirt trails around the reserve, Sri Lanka’a biggest wildlife sanctuary.As you explore, learn about the reserve’s geography and species from your guide, and scan the forests, grasslands, lakes, and brush. Keep your camera ready for sightings of leopards, usually spotted near the lakes, and sloth bears; and watch for elephants, deer, jackals, wild pig, and water buffalo.Look, too, for wetland birds like Storks, spoonbills, and egrets, including migratory species (November-March), and perhaps spot reptiles like mugger crocodiles, monitor lizards, snakes, and the rare Indian star tortoise. Other species include pond and soft-shelled turtles, and varieties of butterfly like the Blue Mormon and Crimson Rose.Your safari concludes when you disembark your 4x4 at the park entrance.
• 4 hours
The journey of your tour starts from your Hotel in Colombo or Bandaranayake International Airport (CMB) & short tour of 3 days is specially designed for a quick yet descriptive overlook of the great history of Sri Lanka. Explore the ruins and highlights of the glorious ancient capitals of Sri Lanka where you would see the pure reflections of the proud Sri Lankan history.
• 3 days
Our team at Destination to Sri Lanka was formed when a group of local experts decided to bring their knowledge, know-how, and love of their land together to provide travelers with a real Sri Lanka experience. Each member of the team, with years of vast experience, is dedicated to high-quality services and to providing travelers genuine and memorable stays in Sri Lanka, right down to the very last detail. The members of our team understand travelers’ needs and know how to provide all the best Sri Lanka has to offer. We are a team of travel professionals that you can trust and depend on for all your Sri Lanka travel needs. Never losing sight of our mission, we keep all the local charm and warm hospitality Sri Lanka is known for in everything we do.
• 3 days
Explore the two of UNESCO World Heritage sites of Sigiriya and Dambulla with this 12 hours private tour. Depart from your Colombo hotel or Colombo Airport in a Allion Car with a driver guide and make your way to Sigiriya Rock. Climb Sigiriya Rock Fortress upon reaching. After linch you will visit Dambulla Cave Temple, the largest and best-preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.A day tour of Sigiriya and Dambulla will suffice for you to explore Sri Lanka’s Majestic past.
• 15 hours
Book this 5-hour private half-day Colombo City Tour to explore Colombo National Museum, Independence Memorial Hall, Independence Square, Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall, Gangaramaya (Vihara) Buddhist Temple, Beira Lake and Seema Malakaya Temple, The Lighthouse and Colombo Fort Clock Tower.
• 5 hours
Explore incredible heritage, vibrant culture, and breathtaking scenery while listening to amazing fun and compelling folk stories with authorized expert tourist guide.
• 1 hour
Jeep Safari at Wilpattu National Park
• 10 hours
In the ancient city, visit important landmarks such as Jetavanarama stupa, which was one of the tallest Pegoda in the ancient world, the Sri Maha Bodhi and Ruwanweli Seya, the ruins of the huge Abhayagiri & Monastery and Samadhi Stupa. Gain more knowledge about Sri Lanka’s history as you walk in the footsteps of Kings.
• 2 minutes
From the origins as a settlement by Minister Anuradha in the 6th century BC, Anuradhapura was developed at a rapid pace & was made the capital of the island by King Pandukhabaya (437-366 BC), who took a leaf out of the book of King Abhaya (474 BC), the builder of the first rainwater reservoir of Lanka. King Pandukhabhaya commenced the irrigation schemes in a larger scale providing the lifeline to the fledging Aryan civilization of the Sinhalese. By the mid-3rd century BC Anuradhapura's fame for the excellence of its temple art and palace architecture, the ingenuity and skill of its irrigation engineers, noble elephants, precious gems, fine spices and its military prowess had spread as far as the Roman-Hellenistic world.
• 13 hours