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Enjoy your holiday in Sri Lanka with state of the art caravan stay at most cost effective manner. Admire ancient cities in the country at style talk to us today on ++94 71 8077 147

We also offer special designed tea tours to Sri Lanka with Tangerine hotels.

  1. Sri Lanka Mini Tea Tour – Four days Three Nights
  2. Sri Lanka Small Miracle – Six Days Five Nights Six
  3. Amazingly Sri Lanka –  Five Days Four nights
  4. Refreshingly Sri Lanka – Seven Days Six Nights
  5. Sri Lanka a Land like no other – Nine Days Eight Nights

MINI TOUR – 03 NIGHTS / 04 DAYS – KANDY /NUWARA ELIYA/ COLOMBO

DAY 01 [AIRPORT /KANDY – APPROX 04 HRS DRIVE]

Arrival to Sri Lanka, Your chauffeur/ guide will meet you at the airport, and drive you to Kandy, paying a visit to the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage en route (Depends on your Arrival flight time).  Providing a caring home for abandoned and wounded elephants, it is a much loved destination for tourists and locals alike. Here, adults and baby elephants from around Sri Lanka thrive, and a captive breeding program is also proving to be highly successful.  The feeding and bathing times are generally the ideal times to visit when you can observe these gentle giants at their best.

Afternoon: Enjoy a city tour of Kandy – the last kingdom of the Sinhalese, taking in the sights of Upper Lake Drive and the Market Square on the way to pay homage to one of the most sacred religious sites in Sri Lanka. The Temple of the Tooth or Dalada Maligawa is believed to house the ‘tooth relic’ of the Lord Buddha.  A walk around the town will let you indulge in some souvenir hunting with intricate treasures in wood, copper, silver, brass, ebony, bronze, ceramics, lacquer work, handlooms, batiks, jewelry and reed-ware to choose from.

Evening: Round off your day with a cultural show, where the vibrant costumes and pulsating rhythms of traditional dance forms from centuries old rituals will enthrall you.

Overnight stay in Kandy

DAY 02 [KANDY/ NUWARA ELIYA – APPROX 03 HRS DRIVE]

Morning: After breakfast, head ‘up country’ and the city of Nuwara Eliya, stopping by at the Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens en route.  147 acres of lushness with over 5000 species of trees and plants many of which are rare or endemic; a spice garden and an Orchid house are yours to explore.

Continue to Nuwara Eliya, visiting the Ramboda waterfalls and a tea factory along the way.

Afternoon: The old colonial outpost still referred to as ‘Little England’ Nuwara Eliya certainly lives up to its name.  Perched 6200 feet above sea level, the climate too, adds to the illusion of one stepping into an old English town, where neat hedges, quaint cottages and beautiful old buildings stand as serene as they did well over a century ago – the magnificent Grand Hotel presiding over them all. There is, of course, an old golf course as well as horse racing events to complete the picture.

Overnight stay in Nuwara Eliya

DAY 04 [NUWARA ELIYA/ KITHULGALA /COLOMBO – APPROX 06HRS DRIVE]

Morning: After breakfast return to Colombo via Kithulgala. If you feel adventurous, the incredible experience of White Water Rafting awaits you at Kitulgala.  The 5km on the picturesque Kelani River run covers 5 major rapids and 4 minor ones. You will be in good hands with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand.  Those who prefer to keep their feet dry can take it easy, relax and admire the beautiful views.

Evening:  Take in the sights and sounds of the capital city of Colombo, from the busy commercial hub to the tree-lined suburbs.  Here, colonial architecture vies with glass skyscrapers and the past comes alive in buildings that have withstood great winds of change.  There are bargains to find, history to discover and much to explore.

City of Gems   Oriental Birds  A Treasure Trove for Researchers A River that Flows through 28,000 years old civilization

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The  practice of Ayurveda in Sri Lanka dates back thousands of years, and even  today ancient remedies and methods are practiced throughout the country much more than authenticated western medicines, and all our  facilities meet stringent requirements laid down by Bandaranayake Ayurveda Research Hospitel of Navinna. Eevery treatment is specially  created by practising doctors and administered by trained professionals. Total  holistic healing is yours with expert care, special cuisine, therapy and  meditation in an utterly tranquil setting – a perfectly divine experience to  treasure for life; for when you discover us at many parts of the country facilitating Ayurvedic Healing plus Vacation in one single package.

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Sri Lanka is an magical Island which is situated in the Indian Ocean close to the South of Indian  Subcontinent.It is also being called “The Pearl of the Indian Ocean”, “Taprobane”, “Ceylon”,for many centuries.The compactness and great variety of attractions in the  country will offer great advantage to every traveller ahead of any other country in Asia like Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Phillipine, UAE, Singapore or even Maldives. Sri Lanka is located between 5″ 55′  & 9″ 55′ North Latitude and 79″ 42′ & 81″ 52′ East Longitude.

It’s height from North to south is approximately 447 km  with a total land area of 65,600 sq.km. The average temperature of the  low lands ranges between 25-30 degrees Celsius. While Sri Lanka’s capital city is known as “Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte”,  Colombo is the commercial capital as well as the largest city.  Sri Lanka is gifted a tropical climate by the MotherNature and offers every  cological, historical, cultural and environmental attraction which may not be available in many other countries in Asia.

Sight seeing in the city of Gems

Rathnapura – visit to Gem mines and Rathnapura gem bureau museum, laboratory  and art Galleries, rubber factories. Visit to the old temple Maha saman Devalaya.

Mountain trekking – via Mahawela estate to see natural forest with waterfalls and swimming pools interesting Fauna and Flora including beautiful Butterflies. Tea Trails can be arranged in lush tea plantation.

Sri Lanka 2015 from Ondrej Dolezal on Vimeo.

A visit to urban rain forest park called pompakelle (15 hectares)  proceed to kalawathi hotel  for ancient ayurvedic herbal treatments.  This is the ancient human rejuanation thereby been practised  for centuries in India and Sri Lanka.

 Peak Wilderness Sanctuary –

The Peak Wilderness Range has within it Adam’s Peak (2,224 m) the most famous peak in Sri Lanka on account of its religious significance. The range is important  as it comprises the last remaining altitudinally graded forest  from the lowlands to the mountain zone. The Pilgrim trails to  the summit provide an excellent way of seeing the montane forest which extends to within several hundred meters of the summit.  The main trail from Dalhousie has steps and is lit up at night  during the pilgrim season from December to April.
History tour – One day excursion  through Panadura, Rathnapura, Rakwana, Balutota pass with it’s  dramatic hair pin bends and most beautiful scenic landscapes, visit the Buddhist monastery at the foot hills of Sinharaja rain forest turn of at Balutota circuit bungalow, then proceed to suriyakanda village and turn to kolonna and Maduwanwala to see an early 18th century residences of  kandyans.
Nature tour – two day tour to Sinharaja primeval rain forest. Sinharaja is a thick wet   forest, is a very valuable forest for scientific researches  tudies and observations by bird watches and biologists. A World Heritage Site since 1988 this is arguably the  most important   site in Sri Lanka and is internationally important for its biodiversity. Condition that offer by sinharaja rainforest may have a particular  attraction to the adventure youngsters who will hot grumble   about leitch-bites and the difficult terrain for walking as well as driving.

Safari – One day excursion to the udawalawa national park. This is very attractive safari that can be combined with a visit to gem pits in Rathnapura. Udawalawa national park is of undulated land with hilly outcrops, grass lands, riverine forest and a wide variety of animals of  which Elephants, Deer, Monkeys and submerse are among those  frequently seen large herds of elephants are seen grazing in the evening. The avian life is plentiful with birds of prey hawks and eagles being most common. The vegetation in keeping  with the geographical location consist of both dry zone and  wet zone forest. This is an ideal safari for those who looking for a safari within a few hours drive from the resort and their  is a fair chance of observing a variety of wild life in a single  day.

 Surrey Tea Estate  – Col. Goodfellow’s former estate. A veritable avian  across amid tea, with numerous treesand bushes near the managers’s   bunglow. One of the most active bird spots encountered during   our entire Sri Lanka visit. It would make an ideal bird sanctuary  with visitors staying in the already existing bunglow. Birds  normally begin to slow down after about 9.00 in the morning   and we arrived at Surrey, at 9.30. Even still, the activity  was intense. We noted 36 species in under two hours; four of  them were Sri Lankan endemics. (“Comments  on the Endemic Birds of Sri Lanka” by Robert L. Fleming. Jr., Ceylon Bird Club 1977)

Kitulgala Forest  Reserve – Established as a forest reserve to protect  the watershed of the Kelani River it is home to many of Sri  Lanka’s endemic flora and fauna. The forest is secondary lowland rainforest on the lower slopes with the forest extending up   to the higher elevations, contiguous with the Peak Wilderness.This tour can be extended by combining whitewater rafting, bird watching, rain forest trail, and waterfall trekking.

Kalametiya  – A wetland with two brackish lagoons, mangrove swamps  and open areas with pockets of scrub jungle. A very important  site for migrant shorebirds.

Bundala National Park – Similar to Yala National park comprising scrub  ungle bordering the sea together with large shallow pools. The beaches are an important nesting site for turtles.

Horton Plains National ark – A highland plateau comprising montane grassland  and elfin forest. It is contiguous with the Peak Wilderness Sanctuary. The second and third highest peaks in Sri Lanka are found here.

Knuckles Range  A remote mountain area which hosts endemic fauna and flora   confined to a few mountain peaks in the region.

Apart from tours and excursions listed above tailor made excursions   and tours can also be arranged according to the individual taste at the resort.

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