13-Day Sri Lanka Honeymoon Package
Tour Style: Tailor-made tour
- Feel the sacred atmosphere in the Temple of the Tooth Relic
- Get close to nature and wildlife via trekking in the Horton Plains
- Take a boat into the ocean to watch whales
- Relax yourself on the sunny beach
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- Day 1
Welcome to Sri Lanka, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean! On arrival at Colombo Bandaranaike International Airport, you're met by your private chauffeur-guide and driven to your hotel in Negombo, a seaside town which is only 20 minutes away from the airport. Rest of the day is at your leisure.
- Day 2
Today, you'll start to explore Negombo. Set out early and catch the action at the Negombo fish market. In the afternoon, head east to Kandy, the second largest city in Sri Lanka. Upon arrival, our guided city tour gets started with the vivid Cultural Dance (Kandyan) Dance. After the show, walk for only 5 minutes to the Sacred Temple of the Tooth Relic - Sri Lanka's most sacred Buddhist shrine, where the evening Puja Ritual held in the temple will offer you a chance to discover the special atmosphere and ultimate spiritual importance of this famous temple.
- Day 3
In the morning, pay a refreshing visit to Royal Botanical Garden of Peradeniya which boasts 300+ different varieties of orchids, spices, medicinal plants and palm trees. In the afternoon, you could either enjoy the facilities at your hotel or explore the city with your chauffeur, like walking around Kandy Lake in city centre or do some shopping in the downtown markets.
- Day 4
After breakfast, set off for Nuwara Eliya by train (subjected to availability), which will be a picturesque 4-hour journey packed with beautiful mountains, waterfalls and tea plantations. Upon your arrival at Nanu Oya Railway Station, your chauffeur guide will pick you up and escort you to your Nuwara Eliya hotel, rest of the day is at your leisure.
Overnight: Nuwara Eliya
- Day 5
Wake up in the early morning and head to Horton Plains National Park, where you'll take a 4-hour easy trek. En route, you'll see diverse flora & fauna, meet sambar deers and waterfalls, and enjoy the stunning view over World's End. In the afternoon, pay a visit to a tea plantation and a tea factory, where the world's best Ceylon Tea is produced. After learning about the process of manufacturing tea, get hands-on experience of tea picking, and don't forget to sip a cup of pure Ceylon tea in the factory.
Overnight: Nuwara Eliya
- Day 6
Check out after breakfast and head to Tissamaharama (approx. 3 hours by road). En route, enjoy the beautiful scenery of Ella. Upon arrival at Yala, check in to the hotel and have a rest before your afternoon jeep safari at Yala National Park, which is home to a diverse range of wildlife including elephants, leopards, wild buffalos, sambar deers, musk deers, black bears, macaques, jackals and a numerous variety of birds. The park is renowned as the best park around the world to observe and shoot pictures of leopards.
Note: Yala National Park would be keeping closed during month September. If so, we'll use alternatives (E.g. Bundala National Park)
- Day 7
This morning, we'll take a second jeep safari in Yala National Park. The afternoon is left for relaxation. If possible, don't forget to taste the sea food at one of the local restaurants here, which is quite popular among locals and travelers.
- Day 8
After breakfast, check out and head to Mirissa (approx. 3 hrs by road). Located on the Southern tip of Sri Lanka, Mirissa is the very place to sit back and spoil yourself in some of the best beaches and most stunning sunrise & sunset in the island.
- Day 9
Take a morning boat (starts at 6:30 am) into the ocean to watch whales.
- Day 10
After breakfast, set off for Galle Dutch Fort (approx. 1 hour by private A/C vehicle). En route, you might see the iconic stilt fishermen at the beach. Upon arrival at Galle, a colonial port fortified by Portuguese first then Dutch, spend your time at the Galle Dutch Fort, which is regarded as one of the best-preserved fortresses in Sri Lanka.
In the late afternoon, drive to Hikkaduwa (approx. 30 minutes) nearby and unwind at the beach hotel in the next 2 days. You could also stay at a hotel inside Dutch Fort or in Galle city if preferred. Unawatuna is known for one of the most suitable place for swimming beaches in the South as it is protected from waves by a coral reef.
- Day 11
Breakfast at the hotel, and enjoy your free full day relax. You could either unwind at the beach or head to Galle and wander the rampart walls. In the evening, it is suggested that you try one of the local restaurants in the fort for dinner. The fort is lit up at night and many of the small boutiques keep open in the evening.
- Day 12
Today you will board a train at Hikkaduwa Railway station northwards to Colombo City, the capital of Sri Lanka. The railway from Hikkaduwa to Colombo follows the coastal route and is scenic and enjoyable. The 2-3 hours' journey offers chances of photos with locals, as well as beautiful views of the ocean and some spectacular places the train passes by.
Picked up by your chauffeur guide at Colombo railway station upon your arrival, and then take a guided city tour to explore Colombo's colonial legacies including the Independence Square, Gangarama Temple of Colombo, mile-long promenade of Galle Face Green and Colombo's National Museum etc. The driver wil stop for you to take pictures when passing by the former British Administrative Center etc.
- Day 13
Morning at leisure. In time, you will be escorted to CMB airport (1-hour drive from Colombo city) for your onward flight.
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