Visit one of Anuradhapura‘s most revered Buddhist temple sites, Ruvanvelisaya Dagoba, where a fantastic atmosphere is created by the many visiting pilgrims. Enjoy a fascinating walking tour of Colombo‘s Pettah market where everything from electrical goods to fresh produce is sold. Climb the thousands of steps to the top of Sigiriya Rock and be rewarded with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Stop at a village near Habarana for an insight into rural Sri Lankan life. Take a bullock cart to see traditional farming life and enjoy a simple local lunch.
Visit the colourful markets of Cochin, and explore the surrounding areas which are home to magnificent churches and Hindu art. Discover the ancient remains of the capital city of Polonnaruwa. Wander through the ruins of temples and palaces and admire Buddhist art and sculptures. Take in the breathtakingly beautiful views of Sigiriya rock.
Take in the breath-taking views of Sigiriya rock, often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. See some of the world ‘s most majestic and rare creatures as you trek through Hiriwadunna. Admire the perfectly preserved architecture in the ancient city of Polonnaruwa.
Observe leopards on safari in Yala National Park. Referred by locals as the Eighth Wonder of the World – Sigirya is the most visited highlight in Sri Lanka. Search for the world‘s largest creature,the Blue Whale on a morning cruise off the coast of Sri Lanka (September to April). Visit one of Anuradhapura‘s most revered Buddhist temples sites, Ruvanvelisaya Dagoba. On a walking tour, wander through the old streets and ramparts of Galle Fort which has been influenced by Dutch, Portuguese and British.
Traverse the wide open spaces of Yala National Park and spot leopards, elephants and sloth bears. Admire the perfectly preserved colonial architecture in the ancient fort city of Galle. Unwind as you sit back and relax on the beach of Bentota.
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