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05 Days Tour Sri Lanka - Sigiriya | Kandy | Ella | Udawalawe

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Day 1 Airport - Sigiriya

Stop At: Sigiriya

Climb the 5th century Sigriya Rock Fortress – which is a UNESCO ''World Heritage Site'', built by 'King Kashyapa (477-495 AD)'. The ''Lion Rock'' is a citadel of unusual beauty rising 200 meters from the green scrub jungle, Its perhaps the most memorable place for visitors to Sri Lanka. The site was known from ancient times as a hermitage for Buddhist monks. A well planned monastic complex includes caved temples, bathing pools, lovely ponds and Asia's oldest surviving landscaped gardens. Today Sigiriya is famous for its ''Frescos Painted'' in the pocket of the rock. The ''Lion Stairway’’, the ''Mirror Wall'' and the ''Water Gardens'' are the other highlights of Sigiriya

Day 2 Sigiriya - Kandy

Stop At: Kandy

Kandy Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The name “Kandy” conjures visions of splendour and magnificence. Many of the legends, traditions and folklore are still lovingly kept alive. Evening visiting the Kandyan culture show Kandyan Culture Show Witness the Kandyan Dance a pageant of traditional Sri Lankan dance that flourished in the hill country during ancient times. The dancers are attired in frilled costumes with glistening head-dresses and breastplates. They skip and whirl to the beat of the drums executing astonishing acrobatics in mid-air. The highlight of the performance is the fire-walking at the end of the pageant. Temple of the Tooth (Dalada Maligawa) Visit the ''DaladaMaligawa'' – where the sacred Tooth Relic is placed and preserved is undoubtedly the greatest attraction of the city. It is one of the most sacred places for Buddhists all over the world. Watch the traditional rituals performed daily by the religious dignitaries of the temple in keeping with the cultural heritage of county. Next you will visit the ''Raja Wasala'' – the Royal Palace complex adjoining the Temple of Tooth where the Council Chamber known as the ''MagulMaduwa'' is seen. This is a unique wooden pillared hall dating back to 1784 and the Devale complexes are housed inside. Kandy Lake and City walk Walk around the Kandy Lake built by the last Sinhala king Sri WickramaRajasinghe in 1798. Visit the market areas and day to day life

Day 3 Kandy - Nuwaraeliya - Ella

Stop At: Ella

Nuwara Eliya Nuwaraeliya which means the ''City of Lights'' is also known as the city of eternal spring, where the air is pure, cool and distilled up through 1884 meters. The city established by the British in the 19th century, and known as ''LITTLE ENGLAND'' and is a popular holiday resort for Sri Lankans & tourists due to its cool climate and quaint colonial feel with its little bungalows surrounded by hedgerows. Train trip Train trip from Nanuoya to Ella is the most beautiful and picturesque train trip in Sri Lanka Leave for Nanu Oya Railway Station to board the train to Ella, which leaves at 12:35 hrs . This is a beautiful scenic train ride through tea plantation, many waterfalls- an experience never to forget. Most of the time you have to travel in the train standing, along with the local people. The train will reach Ella Railway Station around 15:15 hrs The driver will pick you up from Ella Railway Station and take you to the Hotel. Ella Ella is a little village paradise in the central highlands of Sri Lanka. This sleepy mountain village, with a view, is the perfect base for relaxing, whilst also offering lots of fantastic walks through tea plantations to temples and waterfalls. Some of the places you could see in Ella are Ella Gap, Ravana Ella Water Falls, Little Adams Peak and Bambaragala Peak among the other many varied pleasant walks with stunning sceneries and through the clean and cheap restaurants and many of small shops. Ella with its perfect climate soothes your mind and makes your day to day anxieties feel a world away. It reminds one of a hot English summer, hot during the day and cool at night. Most foreign tourists would like to spend a couple of days there. When you are travelling out of town you could find plenty of things to keep you occupied

Day 4 Ella - Udawalawe

Stop At: Udawalawe National Park

Udawalawe Visit Udawalawe National Park by safari jeep and that which lies on the boundary of Sabaragamuwa and Uva Provinces in Sri Lanka. The reason for creating the National Park was to provide a sanctuary for wild animals displaced by the construction of the Udawalawe Reservoir on the Walawe River. The reserve covers 30,821 hectares of land area and was established on 30th June 1972 . Before the designation of the National Park, the area was gradually ones the National Park was declared. The park is 165 km from Colombo and is an important habitat for water birds and Sri Lankan Elephants.

Day 5 Udawalawe - Beach Drop or Airport

Stop At: Elephant Transit Home (ETH)

Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home Visit the Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home which is a refuge for baby elephants, the majority of which have been affected by the tragic elephant – human conflict (when mothers are often separated from their young or even killed). This incredible project provides food, medical care, and anything else a baby elephant needs. When the elephants are big and strong enough, they are released back into the wilderness to start living a 'normal' elephant life. Easily accessible from Udawalawe National Park it self, visitors can go to the Elephant Transit Center at specific times in the day to enjoy the feeding hour, when the small elephants rush to drink milk and play with their mates. Like any other babies, elephants like showing off, especially when spectators are around so the event can become a great source of entertainment. If you could reach the transit home by 09:00 hrs you will be in time to see the baby elephant being bottle-fed. End of the tour Drop at the Beach