Tour Routes and Destinations

Experiences the best beaches and nightlife in Sri Lanka, as you take on this 7 days and 6 nights tour of the country, starting with Negombo and ending with a fantastic night in checking out the Colombo casinos and party scene.

 

Price starting from $678*

Day 1

Airport/Negombo
Negombo
Explore the Colonial Dutch Canals
Relax on the Negombo Beach during sunset

Day 2 & 3

Balapitiya /Galle
Lunch at the Captain’s Boat House in Balapitiya
Visit Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle
Relaxing on the Unawatuna Beach
Tasting the local seafood cuisine

Day 4 & 5

Mirissa/Yala
Relax on the Mirissa Beach
Yala Safari

Day 6

Colombo
Colombo City Tour
Casino and Nightlife after 6 p.m

Day 7

Airport

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GIT Rates
NO OF PAX 2 8 16 28 40 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON(AUD) 1971 1677 1633 1609 1601 16th January– 30th April 2017
No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide
for Single (for all pax)
02 pax AUD 1971 AUD 1324 Per Person AUD 385 Per Person Not Applicable
08 pax AUD 1677
16 pax AUD 1633
28 pax AUD 1609
40 pax AUD 1601
GIT Rates
NO OF PAX 2 8 16 28 40 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON(AUD) 1583 1289 1243 1221 1211 01st January– 30th January 2017
No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide
for Single (for all pax)
02 pax AUD 1583 AUD 921 Per Person AUD 181 Per Person Not Applicable
08 pax AUD 1289
16 pax AUD 1243
28 pax AUD 1221
40 pax AUD 1211
GIT Rates
NO OF PAX 2 8 16 28 40 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON(AUD) 916 622 578 554 546 01st January– 30th January 2017
No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide
for Single (for all pax)
02 pax AUD 916 AUD 445 Per Person AUD 94 Per Person Not Applicable
08 pax AUD 622
16 pax AUD 578
28 pax AUD 554
40 pax AUD 546
GIT Rates
NO OF PAX 2 8 16 28 40 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON(AUD) 864 570 526 502 494 01st January– 30th January 2017
No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide
for Single (for all pax)
02 pax AUD 864 AUD 349 Per Person AUD 77 Per Person Not Applicable
08 pax AUD 570
16 pax AUD 526
28 pax AUD 502
40 pax AUD 494

Schedule details

Airport/Negombo

Welcomed by our representative at the Airport (BIA)

  • Proceed to Negombo

 

Negombo situated by the shores of a lagoon by the same name. It was once a trading port for Portuguese and Dutch, and often referred to as Little Rome by the locals. It is an ideal place for those who want quick access to and from the airport, and favoured by many tourists for its convenience after arriving in the country or just before departing.

  • Explore the Colonial Dutch Canals

The Dutch Fort Gate, which was built in 1672, was once part of the Colonial Prison Complex. The ruins of the gate and the old prison are now what’s left behind! The Dutch Canals, which was then a supply route for the Dutch administration, are still being used today and a great attraction for those who want to see Negombo from a different perspective. Take in the sights, as well as the old churches and fishing village by using the 100km long canal running through the town.

  • Relax on the Negombo Beach during sunset
  • Overnight stay in Negombo

Balapitiya /Galle

  • Breakfast and relax on the beach
  • Proceed to Balapitiya

Explore the Madu Ganga (River) on a Boat Cruise and explore the Mangrove Forest in Balapitiya. It is Sri Lanka’s largest wetland with a Mangrove forest that is home to over 303 types of flora and foliage stemming from 95 plant genres living along with 248 species of vertebrate animals.

  • Enjoy lunch at the Captain’s Boat House in Balapitiya
  • Visit Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle

Take a tour around the Galle Fort taking in the sights and architectural features of the fort, the quaint shops and eateries and more. Built in 1588 by Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the Dutch during 17th Century from 1649 onwards. The Galle Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and now a bustling tourist attraction.

  • The following day, enjoy it relaxing on the Unawatuna Beach, taking in the sun, surf and sand, as well as tasting the local seafood cuisine.
  • Overnight stay in Galle/Hikkaduwa at the following hotels;

 

High End Hotel: Light House

Mid-level: RIU, Ahungalla

Low end: Taprobane Beach House, Unawatuna

Budget: Thambapanni Retreat

Mirissa/Yala

In the early morning, proceed to Mirissa

By making your way to Mirissa in the early morning, you will be able to take in a Whale and Dolphin watching Cruise. One of the most sought after Sri Lankan nature attractions, spot the likes of the majestic Blue Whale that can grow up to approximately 30mtrs/98ft long and 173 tonnes is known to be the largest animal in the world alive. You will also have the chance to witness Killer whales (also known as Orca Whales), Fin Whales, Sperm Whales, Sei Whales and hundreds of Dolphins, flying fish and more.

  • Following the cruise, you can relax on the Mirissa Beach.
  • The following day, you will make your way to Yala leaving early morning to catch a Yala Safari.
  • After making your way back from Yala, you will be able to relax on the Mirissa Beach in the afternoon.
  • Overnight stay at the following hotels of your choice;

 

High End Hotel: Cape Town, Weligama

Mid-level: Weligama Bay Resort

Low end: Palace Mirrisa

Budget: Paradise Beach Club

Colombo

Proceed to Colombo

  • Take in a Colombo City Tour

Take a tour of Colombo, such as the bustling sights and sounds of the Pettah City Centre; the Colonial Capital Fort; a stroll down Galle Face Green to the pier; the Gangarama Temple, Town Hall, and Independence Square. During the tour, you can also catch up on a spot of shopping in Colombo. We recommend taking a drive through the city so that you are able to take in the busy commercial areas as well as the tree lined residential, Cinnamon Gardens. Notable places to visit include the Fort, the former British administrative centre and military garrison. The Colombo Fort has been transformed in recent years into a popular tourist destination, such as the Colombo Dutch Hospital (which is considered the oldest building in the Colombo Fort. At Sea Street, the Goldsmiths quarters in the heart of Pettah, and the Bazaar area, you will be able to shop for unique trinkets to take back home. You can also visit the BMICH (the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall) that is also home to the Bandaranaike Museum), see the replica of Avukana Buddha & the Independence Square.

From buzzing bazaars to stylish boutique outlets, Colombo is increasingly becoming a popular shopping destination within Asia. ODEL is one Sri Lanka’s most famous shopping destinations, a growing department store in the centre of town. You are able to purchase western-label clothes sold at a fraction of overseas prices. Other Colombo shopping attractions include homeware stores like Paradise Road, Suriya and Gandhara, whereas Saffron Villas is popular for antique furniture and trinkets, and Barefoot is famous for its vibrantly coloured handloom fabrics.

  • Take in the Casino and Nightlife after 6 p.m
  • Overnight stay in Mount Lavinia at one of the following hotels;

 

High End Hotel: Mount Lavinia Beach Hotel

Mid-level: Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel, Mount Lavinia

Low end: Palm Beach Hotel

Budget: Mount Breeze/Tropic Inn

Airport

As per flight schedule, Transfer to Airport

+ Day 1

Airport/Negombo

Welcomed by our representative at the Airport (BIA)

  • Proceed to Negombo

 

Negombo situated by the shores of a lagoon by the same name. It was once a trading port for Portuguese and Dutch, and often referred to as Little Rome by the locals. It is an ideal place for those who want quick access to and from the airport, and favoured by many tourists for its convenience after arriving in the country or just before departing.

  • Explore the Colonial Dutch Canals

The Dutch Fort Gate, which was built in 1672, was once part of the Colonial Prison Complex. The ruins of the gate and the old prison are now what’s left behind! The Dutch Canals, which was then a supply route for the Dutch administration, are still being used today and a great attraction for those who want to see Negombo from a different perspective. Take in the sights, as well as the old churches and fishing village by using the 100km long canal running through the town.

  • Relax on the Negombo Beach during sunset
  • Overnight stay in Negombo
+ Day 2 & 3

Balapitiya /Galle

  • Breakfast and relax on the beach
  • Proceed to Balapitiya

Explore the Madu Ganga (River) on a Boat Cruise and explore the Mangrove Forest in Balapitiya. It is Sri Lanka’s largest wetland with a Mangrove forest that is home to over 303 types of flora and foliage stemming from 95 plant genres living along with 248 species of vertebrate animals.

  • Enjoy lunch at the Captain’s Boat House in Balapitiya
  • Visit Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle

Take a tour around the Galle Fort taking in the sights and architectural features of the fort, the quaint shops and eateries and more. Built in 1588 by Portuguese, then extensively fortified by the Dutch during 17th Century from 1649 onwards. The Galle Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and now a bustling tourist attraction.

  • The following day, enjoy it relaxing on the Unawatuna Beach, taking in the sun, surf and sand, as well as tasting the local seafood cuisine.
  • Overnight stay in Galle/Hikkaduwa at the following hotels;

 

High End Hotel: Light House

Mid-level: RIU, Ahungalla

Low end: Taprobane Beach House, Unawatuna

Budget: Thambapanni Retreat

+ Day 4 & 5

Mirissa/Yala

In the early morning, proceed to Mirissa

By making your way to Mirissa in the early morning, you will be able to take in a Whale and Dolphin watching Cruise. One of the most sought after Sri Lankan nature attractions, spot the likes of the majestic Blue Whale that can grow up to approximately 30mtrs/98ft long and 173 tonnes is known to be the largest animal in the world alive. You will also have the chance to witness Killer whales (also known as Orca Whales), Fin Whales, Sperm Whales, Sei Whales and hundreds of Dolphins, flying fish and more.

  • Following the cruise, you can relax on the Mirissa Beach.
  • The following day, you will make your way to Yala leaving early morning to catch a Yala Safari.
  • After making your way back from Yala, you will be able to relax on the Mirissa Beach in the afternoon.
  • Overnight stay at the following hotels of your choice;

 

High End Hotel: Cape Town, Weligama

Mid-level: Weligama Bay Resort

Low end: Palace Mirrisa

Budget: Paradise Beach Club

+ Day 6

Colombo

Proceed to Colombo

  • Take in a Colombo City Tour

Take a tour of Colombo, such as the bustling sights and sounds of the Pettah City Centre; the Colonial Capital Fort; a stroll down Galle Face Green to the pier; the Gangarama Temple, Town Hall, and Independence Square. During the tour, you can also catch up on a spot of shopping in Colombo. We recommend taking a drive through the city so that you are able to take in the busy commercial areas as well as the tree lined residential, Cinnamon Gardens. Notable places to visit include the Fort, the former British administrative centre and military garrison. The Colombo Fort has been transformed in recent years into a popular tourist destination, such as the Colombo Dutch Hospital (which is considered the oldest building in the Colombo Fort. At Sea Street, the Goldsmiths quarters in the heart of Pettah, and the Bazaar area, you will be able to shop for unique trinkets to take back home. You can also visit the BMICH (the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall) that is also home to the Bandaranaike Museum), see the replica of Avukana Buddha & the Independence Square.

From buzzing bazaars to stylish boutique outlets, Colombo is increasingly becoming a popular shopping destination within Asia. ODEL is one Sri Lanka’s most famous shopping destinations, a growing department store in the centre of town. You are able to purchase western-label clothes sold at a fraction of overseas prices. Other Colombo shopping attractions include homeware stores like Paradise Road, Suriya and Gandhara, whereas Saffron Villas is popular for antique furniture and trinkets, and Barefoot is famous for its vibrantly coloured handloom fabrics.

  • Take in the Casino and Nightlife after 6 p.m
  • Overnight stay in Mount Lavinia at one of the following hotels;

 

High End Hotel: Mount Lavinia Beach Hotel

Mid-level: Berjaya Mount Royal Beach Hotel, Mount Lavinia

Low end: Palm Beach Hotel

Budget: Mount Breeze/Tropic Inn

+ Day 7

Airport

As per flight schedule, Transfer to Airport