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Buddhist Cultural Tour in SriLanka 9 Nights & 10 Days

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Day 01 BIA > Negombo

  • Pick up from Colombo International Airport Proceed to Negombo.
  • Visit Agurukaramulla Temple.
  • Check in to the hotel. Rest at the hotel Evening Relax in the Beach and do a city tour.
  • Negombo’s tourism appeal lies in its pristine beaches, vibrant fish markets, and rich cultural heritage, making it a captivating destination for travelers seeking a blend of relaxation and exploration.
  • The Agurukaramulla Temple in Negombo, boasting Buddha statue, ornate carvings, murals, and historic library ruins, offers a vibrant cultural and spiritual experience.

Day 02 Negombo > Anuradhapura

  • Breakfast at Hotel. Direct to Anuradhapura.
  • After check in to hotel.
  • Evening visit Mihinthale.  
  • one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities inthe world, holds immense Buddhist value as it was a major center for the spread and preservation of Buddhism. The city is home to the sacred Bodhi Tree, believed to be a descendant of the tree  under which Buddha attained enlightenment, making it a revered pilgrimage site for Buddhists. Culturally, Anuradhapura, boasts a remarkable archaeological heritage, with its ancient dagobas, monasteries, and intricately carved moonstones.
  • The Ruwanwelisaya, Jetavanaramaya, and Thuparamaya, Mihinthalaya, stupas exemplify the architectural prowess and cultural significance of the city, attracting visitors and scholars alike to explore its historical and spiritual dimensions.

Day 03 Anuradhapura

  • Breakfast at Hotel.
  • Proceed to visit Sacred “Atamasthana”.
  • Visit Isurumuniya and the Museum.
  • Evening rest at the hotel.

Day 04 Anuradhapura > Pollonnaruwa

  • After the breakfast at the hotel and head straight to Pollonnaruwa. En  route, stop to visit Aukana and Kalawewa. After that check-in to the hotel and take the rest of the day off to relax.
  • Polonnaruwa, an ancient city in Sri Lanka, holds significant Buddhist value as it served as the capital during the country’s second great kingdom. The city is adorned with numerous Buddhist temples and stupas, showcasing the rich religious heritage of the region.  Culturally, Polonnaruwa reflects a harmonious blend of Sinhalese architecture and South Indian influences, depicting the cultural diversity that shaped the city. The intricately carved structures, such as the Gal Vihara with its colossal Buddha statues, stand as testaments to the artistic and cultural achievements of the time.
  • Aukana Buddha statue, Sri Lanka’s tallest ancient one, serenely gazes over Kala Wewa reservoir, a testament to 5th-century artistry and engineering.

Day 05 Pollonnaruwa

  • After having breakfast at the hotel, Do a city tour of Polonnaruwa,
  • visit the ancient capital city and the museum, and then check-in hotel

Day 06 Pollonaruwa to kandy.

  • Direct to Kandy, visit Pidurangala, Dambulla Cave Temple, and Spice Garden. As an alternative, visit Sigiriya Museum. 
  • The Dambulla Cave Temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, features five caves adorned with over 150 intricately carved Buddha statues and vibrant murals. Serving as a religious sanctuary for centuries, Dambulla reflects the enduring influence of Buddhism on Sri Lanka’s cultural landscape, making it a revered pilgrimage site and a showcase of ancient artistic mastery.
  • Pidurangala Viharaya is an ancient Buddhist monastery nestled atop a rocky outcrop near Sigiriya in Sri Lanka, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes and serving as a spiritual and historical marvel.

Day 07 Kandy

  • After breakfast, take a city tour of Kandy that includes a visit to the Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya. In the evening, attend a cultural show and then visit the Temple of the Tooth Relic. 
  • Kandy nestled in the heart of Sri Lanka, holds profound Buddhist value as it houses the Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa), believed to enshrine the sacred tooth relic of Buddha.
    This relic makes Kandy a significant pilgrimage destination, attracting Buddhists from around the world. Culturally, Kandy preserves traditional Sri Lankan arts, dance, and music. The annual Esala Perahera, a grand procession featuring beautifully adorned elephants and traditional dancers, adds a vibrant cultural touch to the city. Kandy’s historic Royal Palace and the serene Kandy Lake further contribute to the city’s rich cultural heritage, making it a captivating destination for both spiritual and cultural exploration.
  • Kandy nestled in the heart of Sri Lanka, holds profound Buddhist value as it houses the Temple of the Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa), believed to enshrine the sacred tooth relic of Buddha. This relic makes Kandy a significant pilgrimage destination, attracting Buddhists from around the world.  Culturally, Kandy preserves traditional Sri Lankan arts, dance, and music. The annual Esala Perahera, a grand procession featuring  beautifully adorned elephants and traditional dancers, adds a vibrant cultural touch to the city. Kandy’s historic Royal Palace and  the serene Kandy Lake further contribute to the city’s rich cultural  heritage, making it a captivating destination for both spiritual and cultural exploration.
  • Lush Peradeniya, boasting 4,000 plant wonders including orchids and palms, unfolds its beauty beside the Mahaweli  River, a green haven near Kandy.  

Day 08 Kandy to Nuwara Eliya

  • Visit Galadadeniya, Lankathikale, and Ambakke after breakfast.
  • Directly to the hotel in Nuwaraeliya.
  • visit tea factory and do a city tour in the evening.
  • Embark on a historical journey through Sri Lanka’s Gampola era with the “Three Temples” – Lankathilaka, Gadaladeniya, and Ambakke.
  • Nestled amidst verdant hills near Kandy, each temple boasts unique architectural styles and intricate carvings, offering a glimpse into the island’s rich Buddhist cultural heritage.
    Nuwara Eliya, nestled in the heart of Sri Lanka’s hill country, is a picturesque town
    renowned for its cool climate, lush tea plantations, and colonial-era architecture. Often
    referred to as “Little England,” Nuwara Eliya offers stunning landscapes, including  cascading waterfalls and serene lakes, making it a popular destination  for nature lovers and those seeking a tranquil retreat.

Day 09 Nuwara Eliya to Negombo.

  • Breakfast at the hotel and visit Haggala Botanical Garden and Seetha Amman Temple.
  • Direct to Negombo.  Rest the day at hotel.
  • Hakgala Botanical Garden is a botanical paradise in Nuwara Eliya, showcasing a diverse collection of flora amidst breathtaking  landscapes, while Seetha Amman Temple is a sacred Hindu site surrounded by myth and legend, attracting visitors with its serene atmosphere and  historical significance.

Day 10 Departure

Not Included

Not Included  Air Tickets  Srilankan Visa  Tips and other Potages.

Total Tour Price :

Tour Included
 Airport Pickup & Airport Drop
 Tour as per the itinerary by A/C Vehicle
with experience English speaking
chauffeur Guide.
 National Tour Guide up to 6 pax
Groups.
 Accommodation in Double sharing
rooms with Breakfast, and Dinner.
 Lunch at the Restaurants.
 All Government Taxes
 Bottled Drinking water 1 L/person/day
 All entrance fee to sites.
 Free Room for Tour leader above 30
Pax group.

It is important to note that if it is not possible to book the mentioned hotels by your confirmation
date, similar hotels will be arranged.The price will be slightly change according to availability of
hotels.