Tour Routes and Destinations

Experience a tropical vacation in Sri Lanka with the 7 days and 6 nights itinerary planned by Transco Travels to experience the beauty of the island nestled in the Indian Ocean!

 

Price starting from $638*

Day 1

Airport / Dambulla

Day 2 

Dambulla / Kandy

Sigiriya Lion Rock Fortress

Spice Garden

Cultural Show

Day 3

Kandy / Nuwara Eliya

The Temple Of Tooth Relic

Hanuman Temple

Ramboda Falls

Tea Factory

Nuwara Eliya City Tour

Visit Seetha Amman Temple

Day 4

Nuwara Eliya / Pinnawela

Drive around the city of Nuwara Eliya

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Day 5

Beach Resort / Balapitiya / Kosgoda

Enjoy a River Safari on the “Madu River”

Visit a Turtle Hatchery

Day 6

Bentota / Colombo

Colombo City Tour

Shopping

Day 7 – Airport

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  • Cinnamon Lodge (1 night)
  • Cinnamon Citadel       (1 night)
  • Black Pool Hotel       (1 night)
  • Light House By Jetwing (2 nights)
  • Cinnamon Lake       (1 night)

 

 

GIT RATES

 

 

No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement

for Single

Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide

(for all pax)

02 pax US$ 879 Reduction USD 35 from Double.    US$ 32 Not Applicable

 

03-06 pax US$ 712
07-12 pax US$ 710
13-20 pax US$ 699
21-25 pax US$ 697
26-30 pax US$ 690
31-35 pax US$ 673

 

 

NO OF PAX 40 28 16 8 2 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON 673 690 699 712 879 01st July – 31st October 2016
  • Aliya Resort & Spa (1nights)
  • Amaya Hills       (1 night)
  • Araliya Green Hills (1 night)
  • Bentota Beach       (2 nights)
  • OZO Colombo       (1 night)

 

 

No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement

for Single

Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide

(for all pax)

02 pax US$ 782 Reduction US$ 35    US$ 32 Not Applicable

 

03-06 pax US$ 698
07-12 pax US$ 615
13-20 pax US$ 602
21-25 pax US$ 593
26-30 pax US$ 585
31-35 pax US$ 576

 

 

GIT RATES

 

NO OF PAX 40 28 16 8 2 VALIDITY
PRICING PER PERSON 576 593 602 615 782 01st July – 31st October 2016

 

HOTELS OFFERED IN THE DELUXE PACKAGE

 

SIGIRIYA –

NUWARA ELIYA/RAMBODA – Oakray Tea Bush

BERUWELA – The Palms COLOMBO – Mirage Colombo

 

COST OF DELUXE PACKAGE(Low)

Period – (01/08/2016 – 31/10/2016)

No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement

for Single

Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide

(for all pax)

02 pax US$ 448 Reduction USD 35 from Double    US$ 32 Not Applicable

 

03-06 pax US$ 398
07-12 pax US$ 394
13-20 pax US$ 364
21-25 pax US$ 334
26-30 pax US$ 332
31-35 pax US$ 324

 

HOTELS OFFERED IN THE DELUXE PACKAGE

SIGIRIYA – Fresco Water Villa **** www.frescowatervilla.com

KANDY – Oakray Regency ****www.oakrayregency.com

NUWARA ELIYA/RAMBODA – Oakray Tea Bush**** www.teabushramboda.com

BERUWELA – The Palms **** www.palmsberuwala.com

COLOMBO – Mirage Colombo ****www.miragecolombo.com

 

COST OF BUDGET PACKAGE

Period – (01/08/2016 – 31/10/2016)

No. of pax Cost per pax Supplement

for Single

Reduction when sharing Triple Supplement for Guide

(for all pax)

02 pax US$ 492 US$ 143    US$ 25 Not Applicable

 

03-06 pax US$ 445
07-12 pax US$ 441
13-20 pax US$ 410
21-25 pax US$ 381
26-30 pax US$ 379
31-35 pax US$ 371

 

HOTELS OFFERED IN THE SUPERIOR PACKAGE

SIGIRIYA – Pelwehera Village Resort *** www.pelweheraresort.com

KANDY – Kandyan Arts Residency *** www.hotelkandyanarts.com

Nuwara Eliya/RAMBODA – OakraySummerhill Breeze ***

www.oakraysummerhillbreeze.com

BERUWELA – Hibiscus Beach Hotel *** www.hibiscusbeachhotel.comCOLOMBO – Concord Grand ***www.hotelconcordgrand.com

 

  • Children under up to 02 years sharing room with parents without Extra Bed – Free of Charge.
  • Children over 02 & under 12 years with Extra Bed – 50% discount on adult rate.

 

Cost includes following:

  • Welcome and assistance on arrival.
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned vehicle.
  • 01-06 pax: English speaking Chauffeur Guide.

However, a supplement has to be paid as shown, if a separate English speaking National Guide Lecturer is required.

  • 07 pax onwards: English speaking National Guide Lecturer.
  • Accommodation in sharing Double / Twin room on Bed & Breakfast basis at the specified hotels or similar. (Meal plan commences with Breakfast on Day 02 and concludes with Breakfast on Day 07).

 

Cost does not include following:

  • Entrance fees to the said places of interests which costs approximately US$ 100.00 per pax.
  • Mineral water & other beverages.
  • Tips, Porterage and Gratuities.
  • Still & Video Photo Permits.
  • Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry, telephone calls, internet facilities etc.,
  • Any other not mentioned under included services.

 

  • ALL PRICES QUOTED ARE NET & NON COMMISSIONABLE & ARE IN US DOLLARS INCLUDING ALL TAXES. THEY ARE VALID DURING THE SPECIFIED PERIOD ONLY.

 

  • PRICES QUOTED ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN THE EVENT OF CHANGES TO TAXES OR ANY OTHER LEVIES BY THE GOVERNMENT OF SRI LANKA.

 

Prepared 31.07.2016

Schedule details

Airport – Sigiriya

  • Welcome and assist on arrival by our representative
  • Transfer to Sigiriya
  • Check into hotel
  • Stay the rest of the day at leisure
  • Overnight stay at a Hotel in Sigiriya

Sigiriya / Dambulla / Kandy

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Climb Sigiriya

Once the royal citadel of King Kasyapa for over 20 years, it’s a true wonder of manmade architecture. One of Sri Lanka’s greatest examples of ancient skill and workmanship, the masterpiece that was the Palace in the Sky was built atop this rock. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has much to see including the famous Sigiriya Damsels!

  • Leave for Dambulla
  • Visit the impressive Dambulla Rock Cave Temple

To get to the Golden Cave Temple of Dambulla, you will need to hike 100m to 150m from the ground level, however it is worth every step. The gilded cave temples that have been decorated with beautiful murals and statues are an amazing sight! Tour the five caves of the Dambulla Rock Cave temple and be amazed by the history, culture and beauty within.

  • Proceed to Kandy
  • Visit a Woodcarving Factory & Spice Garden in Matale en-route

At the Woodcarving Factory, one could witness craftsmen display a variety of woodcarving skills.

A visit to the Spice Garden is a great way to explore the different aromatic spices grown on the island as well as find out how they are used in the local cuisine and for medicinal purpose. The local cuisine has been heavily influenced by the fact that Sri Lanka was a trading port of the Silk Road, with various traders bringing their native spices and their local fare and introducing it to the island. Sri Lanka is also very involved in Ayurveda medicine and uses various plants and spices to treat various conditions.

  • Continue journey to Kandy
  • View a colourful cultural show of Kandyan Dancers.

The Cultural Show will feature the various dance forms of the Low-Country and Up-Country land inspired by the local culture and folklore. Be enamoured by the fire dancers, demon dancers, and of course the traditional Kandyan dancers with the finale being a display of fire walking.

  • Visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic also known as Sri Dalada Maligawa houses the most important Relic to the Buddhists in Sri Lanka. Housed in what used to be the royal palace of Kandy, (“Maligawa” translates directly to Palace), it is a beautiful structure with great history and culture. The “poojas” of veneration are held at dawn, mid-morning and dusk every day, where visitors clad modestly in white come to pay homage. The tooth itself is never seen, but kept locked up in a diminishing series of caskets, which are closely guarded.

  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy

Kandy / Nuwara Eliya

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit a Gemological Museum and Showroom

At the Gemological Museum you can view a video on the entire process of gem mining, cutting and polishing.

  • Continue journey to Nuwara Eliya while enjoying the scenic beauty of the hill country
  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya / Pinnawela / Beach Resort

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Drive around the city of Nuwara Eliya

The Little England of Sri Lanka, this beautifully and colonially inspired town offers a truly unique atmosphere and climate that attracts many tourists to experience. From the golf course, racecourse, horses, rose gardens and British style houses offer the perfect setting for a vacation retreat. Many local travellers visit here for holidays especially during the warmest month of the year, April.

  • Leave for Pinnawela
  • Visit the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawela en route

Created to protect wild baby elephants, the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage has grown in size, also becoming a well-loved attraction locally and amongst tourists! The Orphanage is now also home to captive breeding programme and a nursery. The best times to visit Pinnawela is during bathing and feeding times which occur daily, with river Bathing at 10pm and 2pm. A highlight for many, the feeding of milk to the baby elephants occurs daily at 9:15am, 1:15pm, and 5pm.

  • Proceed to the Beach Resort in Beruwela or Induruwa
  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Beruwela or Induruwa

Beach Resort / Balapitiya / Kosgoda / Beach Resort

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Leave for Balapitiya
  • Enjoy a River Safari in the “Madu River”

Enjoy a river safari by boat through the eco wonderland that is Madu River, and be amazed by the wildlife that grows within this wetland surrounded by mangroves islets! With 25 islands, there is much to see and experience, including a visit to the main island “Maa Duwa”.

 

  • Return to the Beach Resort
  • Visit a Turtle Hatchery en-route

Kosgoda is famous for its turtle hatcheries. They were established to protect Sri Lanka’s . turtles from extinction.

Beach Resort / Colombo

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Stay at leisure / Relax on the beach in the morning
  • Leave for Colombo
  • Enjoy a City Tour and Shopping in Colombo (Commercial Capital)

Colombo attractions are multicultural, set in the bustling city amongst the rising modern buildings. You are able to visit the popular Pettah Market, see the old colonial buildings at Fort, old Parliament of Sri Lanka (presently the Presidential Secretariat) too. After covering the Colombo Fort attractions, also visit the popular Galle Face Green, a Hindu Kovil and visit a Buddhist Temple, a Catholic Church and a Muslim Mosque. See the Town Hall, Vihara Mahadevi Park, National Museum, the BMICH and the Buddha Statue nearby with a resemblance to the famous Avukana Buddha. Proceed to Independence Square where the celebrations were held when Sri Lanka gained independence from the British in 1948.

  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Colombo

Colombo / Airport

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Relax till checkout time

Release rooms by 1200 hrs. (12.00 p.m.), place luggage in the Baggage Room and occupy the public areas of the hotel until departure.

  • Leave for the airport for the departure
+ Day 1

Airport – Sigiriya

  • Welcome and assist on arrival by our representative
  • Transfer to Sigiriya
  • Check into hotel
  • Stay the rest of the day at leisure
  • Overnight stay at a Hotel in Sigiriya
+ Day 2

Sigiriya / Dambulla / Kandy

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Climb Sigiriya

Once the royal citadel of King Kasyapa for over 20 years, it’s a true wonder of manmade architecture. One of Sri Lanka’s greatest examples of ancient skill and workmanship, the masterpiece that was the Palace in the Sky was built atop this rock. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has much to see including the famous Sigiriya Damsels!

  • Leave for Dambulla
  • Visit the impressive Dambulla Rock Cave Temple

To get to the Golden Cave Temple of Dambulla, you will need to hike 100m to 150m from the ground level, however it is worth every step. The gilded cave temples that have been decorated with beautiful murals and statues are an amazing sight! Tour the five caves of the Dambulla Rock Cave temple and be amazed by the history, culture and beauty within.

  • Proceed to Kandy
  • Visit a Woodcarving Factory & Spice Garden in Matale en-route

At the Woodcarving Factory, one could witness craftsmen display a variety of woodcarving skills.

A visit to the Spice Garden is a great way to explore the different aromatic spices grown on the island as well as find out how they are used in the local cuisine and for medicinal purpose. The local cuisine has been heavily influenced by the fact that Sri Lanka was a trading port of the Silk Road, with various traders bringing their native spices and their local fare and introducing it to the island. Sri Lanka is also very involved in Ayurveda medicine and uses various plants and spices to treat various conditions.

  • Continue journey to Kandy
  • View a colourful cultural show of Kandyan Dancers.

The Cultural Show will feature the various dance forms of the Low-Country and Up-Country land inspired by the local culture and folklore. Be enamoured by the fire dancers, demon dancers, and of course the traditional Kandyan dancers with the finale being a display of fire walking.

  • Visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic also known as Sri Dalada Maligawa houses the most important Relic to the Buddhists in Sri Lanka. Housed in what used to be the royal palace of Kandy, (“Maligawa” translates directly to Palace), it is a beautiful structure with great history and culture. The “poojas” of veneration are held at dawn, mid-morning and dusk every day, where visitors clad modestly in white come to pay homage. The tooth itself is never seen, but kept locked up in a diminishing series of caskets, which are closely guarded.

  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Kandy
+ Day 3

Kandy / Nuwara Eliya

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit a Gemological Museum and Showroom

At the Gemological Museum you can view a video on the entire process of gem mining, cutting and polishing.

  • Continue journey to Nuwara Eliya while enjoying the scenic beauty of the hill country
  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Nuwara Eliya
+ Day 4

Nuwara Eliya / Pinnawela / Beach Resort

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Drive around the city of Nuwara Eliya

The Little England of Sri Lanka, this beautifully and colonially inspired town offers a truly unique atmosphere and climate that attracts many tourists to experience. From the golf course, racecourse, horses, rose gardens and British style houses offer the perfect setting for a vacation retreat. Many local travellers visit here for holidays especially during the warmest month of the year, April.

  • Leave for Pinnawela
  • Visit the Elephant Orphanage at Pinnawela en route

Created to protect wild baby elephants, the Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage has grown in size, also becoming a well-loved attraction locally and amongst tourists! The Orphanage is now also home to captive breeding programme and a nursery. The best times to visit Pinnawela is during bathing and feeding times which occur daily, with river Bathing at 10pm and 2pm. A highlight for many, the feeding of milk to the baby elephants occurs daily at 9:15am, 1:15pm, and 5pm.

  • Proceed to the Beach Resort in Beruwela or Induruwa
  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Beruwela or Induruwa
+ Day 5

Beach Resort / Balapitiya / Kosgoda / Beach Resort

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Leave for Balapitiya
  • Enjoy a River Safari in the “Madu River”

Enjoy a river safari by boat through the eco wonderland that is Madu River, and be amazed by the wildlife that grows within this wetland surrounded by mangroves islets! With 25 islands, there is much to see and experience, including a visit to the main island “Maa Duwa”.

 

  • Return to the Beach Resort
  • Visit a Turtle Hatchery en-route

Kosgoda is famous for its turtle hatcheries. They were established to protect Sri Lanka’s . turtles from extinction.

+ Day 6

Beach Resort / Colombo

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Stay at leisure / Relax on the beach in the morning
  • Leave for Colombo
  • Enjoy a City Tour and Shopping in Colombo (Commercial Capital)

Colombo attractions are multicultural, set in the bustling city amongst the rising modern buildings. You are able to visit the popular Pettah Market, see the old colonial buildings at Fort, old Parliament of Sri Lanka (presently the Presidential Secretariat) too. After covering the Colombo Fort attractions, also visit the popular Galle Face Green, a Hindu Kovil and visit a Buddhist Temple, a Catholic Church and a Muslim Mosque. See the Town Hall, Vihara Mahadevi Park, National Museum, the BMICH and the Buddha Statue nearby with a resemblance to the famous Avukana Buddha. Proceed to Independence Square where the celebrations were held when Sri Lanka gained independence from the British in 1948.

  • Overnight stay at a hotel in Colombo
+ Day 7

Colombo / Airport

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Relax till checkout time

Release rooms by 1200 hrs. (12.00 p.m.), place luggage in the Baggage Room and occupy the public areas of the hotel until departure.

  • Leave for the airport for the departure