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Explore the captivating Sri Lanka with the top sites it has to offer.
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Eight nights accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing as specified, services of a private car and driver and local English speaking guides.
From the rolling hills carpeted with tea plantations to the white palm-fringed beaches of the coast, this private journey explores the best of this island nation, including a chance for wildlife viewing in Minneriya.
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Relax on the southern beaches of Sri Lanka
Sight the wildlife in Minneriya
Gaze at the rolling hills of tea plantations
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On arrival, transfer to your hotel.
Travel to Kandalama, stopping en route at Sigiriya. Climb the Sigiriya rock fortress. (B)
This morning visit the ancient ruins of Polonnaruwa. Continue on to Minneriya, home to herds of deer, elephants and birdlife. Park your jeep on the bank of the reservoir, sit back and view the wildlife. (B)
Continue your journey to Passikudah. (B)
Depart the coast for Kandy. This evening explore this small lakeside town on a walking tour and also see a cultural show. (B)
Refer to Day 4, for today's itinerary.
Continue to Bentota. Stay at the beautiful beach resort Vivanta by Taj, located along one of the finest beaches on the south west coast. (B)
This morning visit Galle, the epic southern capital, steeped in Dutch history and architecture. (B)
Transfer to the airport. (B)
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