2 Nights 3 Days Sri Lanka Tour Itineraries
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Indulge yourself in a three-day escape from your everyday routine. Pick one of our premade thematic Sri Lanka tour packages, which offer you some of the most spectacular ways to unwind and get to know the best of Sri Lanka.
Embark on our Cultural Tour and visit the ancient cities of Anuradhapura and Sigiriya. Get to know the historical foundations, laid down by the ancient kings, upon which modern Sri Lanka is built.
Choose the Cultural Mix Tour and explore how ancient and modern traditions are intertwined in the culture of Sri Lanka. From eco-friendly elephant sanctuary Pinnawala, including millennia lasting tradition of revering relics of Buddha and centuries-old textile dyeing technique, to still-functioning waterworks dating from the 5th century AD.
If you are yearning for a bit of seaside experience, choose our Beach Tour. Explore the corals’ sanctuary at Hikkaduwa. But also see how semi-precious stones for which ancient Romans believed to be solidified rays of the moonlight, moonstones, are mined and polished. But also spend some proper beach-bum time at the palm-lined Unawatuna beach.
If you are nature-lover, we can offer you the 3 days 2 nights Wildlife & Adventure Sri Lanka tour itinerary. A trip on which you will meet the majestic Sri Lankan flora and fauna by visiting the Udawalawe and Yala national parks. See peacefully grazing elephant herd, stunningly gorgeous leopards, languidly looking sloth bears, and many other endemic species.
But if neither of the above is your cup of tea, embark on the Tea Trails Tour. Get to know Sri Lanka’s Tea Country surrounding the town of Nuwara Eliya. Drink the world-renowned tea while enjoying the lush greens of tea plantations covered hills. But also see the dramatic waterfalls of the surrounding area, whose waters are the sustenance of the verdant green flora and charming colonial-era buildings, which together gave to this region moniker of Little England.