Sigiriya Rock Fortress (UNESCO world heritage sites)

Sigiriya is the most exquisite example of ancient Sri Lankan art , architecture and landscaping. built over 1600 years ago. Rising 200 meters vertically from the flat pains, Sigiriya rock prevails you with one of the most dramatic sites in Sri Lanka.

Top of the rock contains ruins of an ancient palace complex built along the reign of king kasyapa. (477 AD 495 AD) Surrounding rock is the royal garden, it is one of the world heritage sites in Sri Lanka and one of the most popular tourist destinations.

Dambulla Cave Temple.

Known as Golden temple, visit impressive cave temple and marvel at it's Buddha statues. sacred pilgrimage site for 22 centuries, this cave monastery with it's five sanctuaries is the largest best preserved cave temple complex in Sri Lanka.

The Buddhist mural paintings covering an area of 2100 m2 are of particular importance as are the 157 statues.


Minneriya National Park/ Safari Tour

Minneriya national park is reported as the largest wild Asian Elephant gathering at one place in the world. Elephant gathered in numbering around 150-350 and occasionally the number goes up to 700.

Kaudulla National Park

One of the most scenic in the country known as birds paradise. Kaudulla is bordering to one of the irrigation tanks built by king Mahasen. you can see many wild animals and wild elephant from close range. Apart from elephants there are other animals and reptiles to be found. Kaudulla also one of the places where you can spot an albino Sri Lankan axis Deer.


Anuradhapura

Anuradhapura was the first Capital of Sri Lanka from the 04th century BC until 10th century CE. Today Anuradhapura is a UNESCO world heritage site, is replete with renovated monuments , restored edifices, preserved ruins and historical sites, where the archaeological excavation are still being continued.

Kandy- The last kingdom of Sri Lanka

Temple of the sacred tooth relic of Lord Buddha. It is located in the royal palace complex of the former kingdom of Kandy. On the left of the temple is the new building which houses the taxidermised remains of maligawa tusker- Raja

If time permitted, you can visit royal botanical garden in Kandy. it's near the Mahaveli river , the longest in Sri Lanka. It's renowned for it's collection of orchids. The garden includes more than 4000 species of plants, medicinal plants. The total area of the garden is 147 acres.