18 Day Tour with Tour Sri Lanka

The car offers all modern comforts, including air conditioning, and can carry up to 20 passengers in addition to the driver. Packages can be based on various options, for example:. car hire and a night in a good quality hotel, including breakfast car hire and a night in a clean and comfortable guesthouse with or without air conditioning, including breakfast car hire only, without hotel Prices depend on your personal requirements. Please contact me by e-mail or telephone.

Special Facts for your Trip

  • Now We can arrange any place in Sri Lanka including Jafna (North area), Safari, Camping, Hot balooning, Whale watching, Dolphine watching ect...
  • These Tour packages can be changed according to your requirments.
  • We can reserve any kind of hotel for any amount. (5*, 4*. 3*, Hotels, "A" Grade Guest houses, Guest Houses)
  • Tour Itinerary

    1. This is sample package, you can add your suggestion here.

    DAY 1:
    Pick up from Colombo airport and drive to Anuradhapura . On the way (if you arrive in the morning) we visit also Wilpaththu National Park and then the ancient king's capital city Anuradhapura . Stay over night at Anuradhapura .

    DAY 2/3:
    Drive to Trincomalee - Nilaveli Beach , in the morning visiting Mihintale Temple on the way. Stay two nights at Nilaveli beach in Trincomalee (optional: see Pigeon Island , Hindu Temple , Hot Water Springs).

    DAY 4:
    From Trinco drive to Polonnaruwa, visiting ancient city. Stay over night in Polonnaruwa

    DAY 5:
    Drive to Sigiriya in the morning climb famous Sigiriya Lion Rock. If you are interested we can visit Minneriya National Park in the afternoon. Stay one night in Sigiriya.

    DAY 6/7:
    Drive to Kandy , on the way visiting Dambulla Rock Cave Temple . If you are interested we can visit the Spice Garden and Aluvihara Temple in Matale and the Hindu Temple in Kandy . We arrive in Kandy in the evening. Next day morning we will see Botanical Garden and Elephant Orphanage in Pinnawala.In the evening at 05.30 pm we will see the Kandy Cultural Show and the Temple of the Tooth. Stay two nights in Kandy .

    DAY 8:
    Drive to Adams Peak , relaxing at the hotel and in the night climbAdams Peak (starting 02.30 am to see the sunrise back at the hotel around 09.30 am). After breakfast we continue the tour.

    DAY 9/10:
    Drive to Nuwara Eliya, on the way visiting a tea factory and beautiful water falls. Stay two nights in Nuwara Eliya.

    DAY 11:
    If you are interested we can visit Horton Plain National Park/Worlds End ( > leave 05.30 am from hotel ). We will be back about midday. In the afternoon drive to Ella - you also have the option of taking the train journey from Nuwara Eliya to Ella, which is highly recommended because of the beautiful views. Stay overnight in Ella.

    DAY 12/13:
    In the morning climb Little Adams Peak and trek to waterfalls. Drive to Tissamaharama, on the way visit Rawana Waterfall and Buduruwagala Rock Temple . Stay two nights in Tissamaharama. There is an option to make a safari in Yala National Park/Bundala NP, starts afternoon 02.30 pm till 06.30 pm (optional: Nightsafari/Camping)

    DAY 14:
    Form tissa drive to tangalle Beach and in the night see the see Turtles Stay night in tangalle Beach.

    DAY 15:
    form tangalle to driver to Sinharaja forest.

    DAY 16:
    Form Sinharaja forest to drive to Mirssa and do the whale watching Stay night in Mirssa.

    DAY 17:
    Form Mirssa to drive to unawatuna Beach and visit to in galle Dutch Museum and Dutch Port.

    DAY 18:
    I will drop you at air port.

    Sri Lanka (About this sound listen); Sinhalese: ශ්‍රී ලංකා, Tamil), officially the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, is an island country located southeast of the Republic of India and northeast of the Maldives. Its current existence is due to the merger of several empires present on the island under European colonial rule.

    The island is home to many cultures, languages and races. The majority of the population is from the Sinhalese ethnicity, while a large minority of Tamils have also played an influential role in the island's history; Christians in both groups are recent converts who have kept the traditional culture. Moors, Burghers, Malays, Kaffirs, and the aboriginal Vedda are also established groups on the island.

    Sri Lanka has a rich cultural heritage. The first known Buddhist writings of Sri Lanka, the Pāli Canon, date back to the Fourth Buddhist council in 29 BC. It is also famed as being the island in the traditional Indian epics Ramayana and the Mahabharata, and its famed bridge's ruins can supposedly still be seen today.


    The culture of Sri Lanka dates back over 2500 years. It is influenced primarily by Buddhism and Hinduism. Sri Lanka is the home to two main traditional cultures: the Sinhalese (centred in the ancient cities of Kandy and Anuradhapura) and the Tamil (centred in the city of Jaffna). In more recent times, the British colonial culture has also influenced the locals. Sri Lanka claims a democratic tradition matched by few other developing countries.

    Food and festivals

    Dishes include rice and curry, pittu, kiribath, wholemeal roti, string hoppers, wattalapam (a rich pudding of Malay origin made of coconut milk, jaggery, cashew nuts, eggs, and spices including cinnamon and nutmeg), kottu, and hoppers. Jackfruit may sometimes replace rice. Traditionally food is served on a plantain leaf or lotus leaf.

    In April, Sri Lankans celebrate the Buddhist and Hindu new year festival. Esala Perahera is a symbolic Buddhist festival consisting of dances and decorated elephants held in Kandy in July and August. Fire-dances, whip-dances, Kandian dances and various other cultural dances are integral parts of the festival. Christians celebrate Christmas on 25 December to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and Easter to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. Tamils celebrate Thai Pongal and Maha Shivaratri, and Muslims celebrate Hajj and Ramadan.