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Sri Lanka is offering a attractive mix of exciting activity and leisure opportunities that make it the ultimate holidaying retreat. This tropical paradise is a amazing hub of culture, and is brilliant with breathtaking natural beauty. Wildlife with exotic bird species, and  fascinating creatures like, Asian Elephants & leopards. fine for nature lovers. If it was your most loved dream of spending vacations in Sri Lanka, and exciting journey as there are a number of tour packages for Sri Lanka that are available
Our Tour Packages help you make your holidays, much more organized as all the arrangements will be included in the packages including the sightseeing, transportation and accommodation. You just choose from any tour that you like. The duration of the packages vary from one to another depending upon the schedule. Longer the journey, longer will be the tour..

Experience the ultimate enjoyable and excitement in our tours, good chance to understand the culture and heritage of Sri Lanka. The sightseeing of Colombo,  ,  includes visit to Dehiwala Zoo, Dutch Period Museum, Fort Clock Tower, Gangaramaya Temple, Independence Hall and Mt Lavinia Beach ect… and Many more gift shops and supermarkets in there, ancient sites of Anuradhapura, Mihintale, Sigiriya, Dambula, Aluvihara, Mahiyanganaya, Kandy, Gall, Kataragama, ; picturesque beaches, magnificent waterfalls and wildlife and centuries . If you are traveling during the festive season, like Kandy Perahara Season, 
Serendib, make sure that you stay in some of the finest accommodations available. The services and facilities are customer centric and aim towards utmost enjoyment in terms of a relaxed stay. After You can get connections for Colombo Airport from the Europe, Asia and Middle East Serendib by giving you the true value for money.

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Sacred City`s

Anuradhapura , Ancient City of Polonnruwa , Sigiriya, Golden Temple of Dambulla, Old Town of Galle and its Fortifications, Sinharaja, Minneria Forest Reserve , Yala Sanctuary, Kumana Bird Sanctuary , Muturajawela boat Trip, Negombo Duch Chanel  ,  Negombo Fishing Village , see some waterfalls Dunhida Fall ,Hunas Fall,Ravana Fall,Bopath Fall,Devon Fal,St. Clair's Fall,Ramboda Fall,Gerandi Fall,Helboda Fall,Anagimala Fall, Diyaluma Fall,Bakers Fall, Duvili Fall,Hathmale Fall,Rahas Fall,Bakers Fall,Puna Fall,Bambarakanda Fall,Bamarakiri Falls, Kirindi Ella Fall,Kuda Dunhinda Fall,

Horton Plains

In the south/central hill country, a windswept plateau, 2000m high. Wonderful quiet walks amongst scarlet rhododendrons, skirting crystal-clear streams. The stunted shrubs and trees are draped in lichens and moss, giving an eerie appearance. In the forested areas you may see the Nillu shrub, which flowers once every 5-10 years. Early morning is the best time to walk, but you may need trousers and a sweater. As the day warms up, you’ll need a hat. In the centre of the valley lies Dickoya reservoir – a stunning sight .

World’s End
Well-defined paths circle you round from Horton Plains office gate to World’s End and back via Baker’s Falls – nearly 10km. World’s End view with its abrupt drop of 880m is spectacular – if you catch it. By 10am the mist is too thick to see other than a white wall. Hat, sunglasses, water and sun-screen are a must.

Kitulgala and Sinharaja , Horton Plains and Hakgala , Windswept high grasslands interspersed with forest. Home of mountain endemics

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Yala National Park
500 square miles of ‘Dry Zone’ in South East, best explored with a guided jeep. The park is closed in September due to mating season as it is only fair and safe to leave the animals in peace. If the monsoon is light, October / November are a super time to see the cubs at play.
Yala is the only reliable region to see endangered Black-necked Stork, Sri Lanka’s biggest bird, at marshy edges of lakes – only a handful of breeding pairs remaining. Other birds observed here include:  Spoonbill , Brown-capped babbler , Bittern families Shore birds, Painted stork , Green bee-eater
Lahugala Park
A smaller conservation area NE of Yala. The elephant corridor of Lahugala is home to many water birds.
Bundala NP and Winawela Wewa Bird Sanctuary
Wetland sanctuaries on the South Coast, comprising beach, lagoon and scrub. This is the place to see flamingos – up to 2000 at a time – plus jungle fowl, egrets, spoonbills and lapwings. A great day trip from the Southern beaches

Uda Walawe National Park – 119 sq. miles
This south/central region is the most family-friendly, accessible park, and is said to most resemble an African game park. Jeep safaris enable you to see deer, wild boar, jackals and the hundreds of elephants whilst seeking out the bird life: Black-capped purple kingfisher , Black-winged kite, Oriole , White-bellied sea eagle , Crested serpent eagle , Egrets ,  Other birds include: Spot-bellied pelican , Wagtails, Robins , Babbler
Viharamahadevi Park
This oasis in central Colombo is home to a sufficient variety of birds to give the urbanite a satisfying taste.

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Family Adventure

Sri Lanka makes the perfect family island as there is something for everyone. Our consultants have devised itineraries for all ages of children to avoid long car journeys whilst maintaining the excitement. Sri Lankans adore children and them will be treated like kings. ,Elephants, golden temples, tuk-yuk rides, golden beaches - Every childs very own fantasy island.
Fishing in Sri Lanka

With its extensive coast-line and numerous reservoirs and lakes, Sri Lanka is an excellent place to cast your line and participate in the exciting sport of inland and deep sea fishing. Sri Lanka 's deep sea fishing is dependent on the season,
Ayurveda , Wellness in Sri Lanka
Ayurveda translates into English as the Science of Life (Ayur - life, veda - science). Considered to be the oldest healing science in the world, this ancient medicine is practiced extensively in Sri Lanka , This curative art was passed down from time immemorial through an oral tradition, through old masters to their disciples.
Ayurveda is a holistic system of curative and preventive medicine, focusing on the prevention of disease through a deeper connection between the mind and the body. It concentrates on a state of total health,
Beaches and lagoons
List of beaches in Sri Lanka : Negombo beach & lagoon , Bentota , Hikkaduwa coral reef , Matara Polhena
Unawatuna , Nilaveli , Arugam Bay , Pasikudah & Kalkudah , Batticalo beach & lagoon
Archeological Sites
Anuradapura - Ancient Kingdom , Polonnaruwa ,Sigiriya - Ancient Kingdom & fortress , Polonnaruwa - Ancient Kingdom
Kandy - Ancient Kingdom with temple of tooth relic , Galle - Fortress , Dambulla - Rock cave temple
Maligawila - Ancient Monastery with largest statue of Lord Buddha in Sri Lanka , Yapahuwa - Fortress

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National Parks
List of national parks of Sri Lanka
Yala National Park - Largest in Sri Lanka , Udawalawe National Park - Famous for Elephant watching , Kumana National Park - Famous for Bird watching , Bundala National Park - Famous for Bird watching , Wasgamuwa National Park - One most attractive national park , Wilpattu National Park - Famous for leopards
Minneriya National Park - Famous for Elephants , Horton Plains National Park - Only national park in hill country and famous for sambar
Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage , Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage , Udawalawe Elephant Transit Centre
Adventure Sports

White water rafting - Kithulgala , Surfing - Arugam Bay , Boating - Bentota, Bolgoda, Madhu ganga, Koggala , Trekking - Knuckles Mountain Range
Sinharaja Forest
the only evergreen rain forest in Sri Lanka which belongs to few remaining virgin forests in the world, is home to hundreds of indigenous flora and many kinds of birds, beasts and reptiles. The Sinhajara forest, 11,187 hectares in all was declared a Man and Biosphere Reserve (MBR) in 1978 and it became a National Heritage Wilderness Area under the National Heritage Wilderness Area Act in 1988. This virgin forest was named World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1989.
Vilpattu National Park
115 miles from Colombo and 18 miles from Anuradhapura, Vilpattu is the biggest national park in this country covering around 500 sq. miles.
Uda Walawe
The birth of a National Park : nestles in the borders of the Moneragala and Ratnapura districts, covers an area of 30,821 hectares. The park was declared a National Park on June 30, 1972 and since then it has become a safe home and a refuge to the animals who had lost their original habitats. According to data, the highest number of wild and tamed elephants live in this park.
In the salubrious forest cover of Randenigala live the elephant, tiger, the deer, the sambur, wild boar, and the other quadrupeds along with such reptiles like the python, the cobra and the viper

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Sri Lankan Fishes, corals & Sea Life
Turtles in Sri Lanka , Five different species visit Sri Lanka beaches to nest (hikkaduwa) , Hikkauduwa Under Water Corals: From Gardens to Graveyard
Fish Sing in Batticaloa
Caving in Sri Lanka
The fascinating activity of Caving is relatively new to Sri Lanka , but with an impressive range of caves located throughout the country it's an unusual experience not to be missed! Known to the experts as ‘speleology', caving involves the exploration, surveying, mapping and photographing of caves situated around Sri Lanka . With some of Sri Lanka's caves dating back approximately 500 million years, this is an adventure into the prehistoric!
Water Skiing in Sri Lanka
Water-Skiing is the ultimate rush on the water's surface! Whether you're a beginner who just wants to get round without too many falls or a well-seasoned water-sports fan, eager to check out slalom courses and jumps in Sri Lanka , you're guaranteed a good time! Full training, on dry land and in the water, is available for both beginners and those more experienced water-skiers who simply want to brush up on their style while on holiday in Sri Lanka
Rock Climbing in Sri Lanka
Relatively new activity for us and to the country…
For less serious climbers we have some exciting routes that are already developed including the rock face of Sri Lank’s highest waterfall ‘Bambarakanda’
Windsurfing in Sri Lanka
For a real wind-surfer's paradise, head down to BENTOTA on the south-west coast of Sri Lanka For beginners of windsurfing, the more tranquil waters of the Bentota river or any of Sri Lanka 's many tanks and lakes offer an ideal training zone North of TRINCOMALEE , in the west coast of Sri Lanka , the sea off Nilaveli beach provides a fantastic east coast alternative Sri Lanka has to offer this exciting sport.


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