Essential Sri Lanka

08/06/2020 through 12/22/2022
08/06/2020 through 12/25/2022
Intrepid Travel

Essential Sri Lanka

On this trip we’ve taken Sri Lanka, boiled it like the tea leaves the country is famous for and strained out the most delicious stuff. Wandering past barracuda at the Negombo Fish Market, searching for elephants in Yala, munching a spicy curry in Ella and getting horizontal on the beach in Unawatuna, this 11-day tour is a Sri Lanka snapshot.


Activities

  • Negombo – Fish market
  • Matale – Spice Garden visit
  • Kandy – Scenic train ride to Ella
  • Ella – Trek to Ella Gap
  • Ella – Nine Arch Bridge
  • Yala/Bundala National Park – Wildlife safari
  • Galle – Walking tour
  • Galle – Scenic train ride to Colombo
  • Colombo – City tour by bus
  • Colombo – Guided Market Visit

Highlights

  • Cruise around in a 4WD on a wildlife safari, searching for elephants and leopards, then relax lakeside at tranquil Tissa.
  • Shark, squid, barracuda and hundreds of things with fins that nobody knows the name of – visit the sensational Negombo Fish Market.
  • Learn the benefits of washing down a spicy curry with piping-hot Ceylon tea during lunch in a lush mountain village near Ella.
  • Leave the imprint of you face on the train window as you stare out wide-eyed from Kandy to Ella – it’s basically a 6-hour movie of amazing scenery.
  • Two days (and nights) on Unawatuna’s golden, palm-lined beaches can cure almost all of life’s problems, including any residual tightness in your photo-taking finger.

Itinerary

Day 1 Negombo
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Day 2 Kandy
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Day 3 Kandy
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Day 4 Kandy
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Day 5 Ella
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Day 6 Ella
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Day 7 Tissamaharama
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Day 8 Unawatuna
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Day 9 Unawatuna
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Day 10 Colombo
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Day 11 Colombo
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