3.00am to 9.00pm next day

You will visit

  • Pinnavela Elephant Nursery
  • Spice Garden
  • The Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya
  • Transfer to Nuwara Eliya
  • Tea Plantation
  • Tea Factory, Tea Tasting
  • Ramboda Falls
  • Hotel (dinner+breakfast)
  • Horton Plains
  • Nine-arch Bridge
  • Ella, Little Adam’s Peak.
  • Hotel (dinner+breakfast)
  • Ravana Falls
  • Jeep Safari in Udawalawe Park
  • Veherachena Temple

A three-day excursion to Sri Lanka offers an excellent opportunity to explore some of the island’s most breathtaking natural and cultural sites. The trip covers a diverse range of attractions that showcase the country’s rich history, culture, and natural beauty.

The journey begins with a visit to the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, where visitors can watch the gentle giants being bathed and fed. The next stop is the Spice Garden, where you can experience the different aromas and tastes of a variety of spices grown in Sri Lanka.

horton plains

On the first day, you will also visit the Peradeniya Royal Botanic Gardens, a magnificent botanical garden that boasts over 4,000 species of plants, including many rare and endangered varieties. From there, you’ll head to Nuwara Eliya, also known as “Little England” for its cool climate and colonial architecture. The town is famous for its tea plantations, and you will have the chance to visit one and learn about the tea-making process.

On the second day, you will continue exploring the stunning natural beauty of Sri Lanka. You will visit the Ramboda Falls, a 109-meter-high waterfall surrounded by lush greenery. Next, you’ll enjoy a scenic train ride over the Nine-arch Bridge, an engineering marvel built over a century ago. In Ella, you’ll hike up Little Adam’s Peak for panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

On the final day, the itinerary includes a visit to the Veherahena Temple, a stunning Buddhist temple with impressive wall paintings and sculptures. You’ll also have the opportunity to take a jeep safari in Udawalawe Park, where you’ll get up close with Sri Lanka’s incredible wildlife, including elephants, leopards, and various bird species. The tour concludes with a stop at Ravana Falls, a magnificent waterfall surrounded by misty mountains and lush greenery.

Overall, this three-day excursion offers a fantastic combination of nature, culture, and adventure. It’s an ideal way to explore some of Sri Lanka’s most famous attractions while enjoying the island’s stunning natural beauty.