Known for its spices, Sri Lankan cuisine is an adventure all on its own. Experience some of Sri Lanka’s most well-known fast food like Kotthu, Hoppers and Pol Sambol and even some lesser known favorites that were brought to the island’s shores by Malay, Portuguese, Dutch and Indian sailors over the last few centuries.

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4 Days

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Highlights

Monastery visit.

Local village tour.

Cave Temple visit.

Spice experience.

Botanical Garden visit.

Cooking experience.

SITES OF THE TOUR

Pidurangala/Sigiriya Village Tour/ Dambulla Caves Temple/ Matale Spice Garden/ Kandy Temple

Summary

Day 1:  Airport – Sigiriya
Day 2:  Sigiriya – Pidurangala – Sigiriya
Day 3:  Sigiriya – Dambulla – Kandy
Day 4:  Kandy– Colombo Airport

Day 1 - AIRPORT – SIGIRIYA
Arrive on EK 650 at 08.25 hrs. Meet and greet by Adventures Ceylon Rep on Arrival. You will be introduced to your Chauffer / Guide by the Rep and transfer to your Hotel.

Arrive in Sigiriya.
Afternoon at leisure after a long Journey.

Overnight stay in Sigiriya.

Meals included: Dinner

Day 2 - SIGIRIYA – PIDURANGALA - SIGIRIYA
After breakfast proceed to Pidurangale Rock.

Pindurangala Monastery, located in close proximity to the wondrous Sigiriya rock fortress, Pindurangala was once a royal temple that sheltered some 500 monks, operating under the patronage of medieval King Kashyapa – the ruler of Sigiriya.

Arrive at Hotel. Evening leave for Village Tour.

Sigiriya village tour, includes an excursion through the countryside, along mud-thatched huts, flourishing paddy fields, streamlets, rivers and springs of crystal clear. Also visit to the scenic reservoir in Sigiriya, which is crossed by a boat.

Overnight stay in Sigiriya.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 3 - SIGIRIYA – DAMBULLA - KANDY

After breakfast leave for Kandy Via Dambulla. En-route visit Spice Garden Matale.

Dambulla Cave temple, a complex that lies atop a massive hill on the edge of the town is one of the eight UNESCO world heritage sites in the country and is renowned for its unique sculptures and the largest mural paintings.

Spice Gardens, located in Matale offer wonderful opportunities to view the spices that stirred the interests of many nations, since time immemorial, in this emerald isle for its exotic spices, world over.

Kandy, referred as the hill capital, Sri Dalada Maligawa that houses the sacred tooth relic of Buddha remains the prime landmark. Apart from the ancient monuments, the delightful jumble of antique shops and the bustling market are places to visit.

Overnight stay in Kandy.

Meals included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 4 - KANDY – COLOMBO AIRPORT

Day 04 After breakfast proceed to Airport or Beach Hotel.

Optional excursion:
Peradeniya Botanical Gardens, although its origins date back to the era of medieval times, bears a rich history punctuated by colonialism and industrial change. The splendour of the gardens, further uplifted by the river that flows through its fringes.