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a town of about 65,000, approximately 30 km north of Colombo in Sri Lanka. It is located at the mouth of the Negombo Lagoon, about 10 km from the Bandaranaike International Airport. Negombo has a small port and its economy is based on tourism and fishing, though it also produces ceramics and brass ware. Fine sandy beaches of Negombo has been mostly unexplored but less crowded as most tourists use the town for the first or the last night of their stay in Sri Lanka. That is where the advantage where you have the beach mostly to your self. Nevertheless those who have identified it's secrets have been visiting the town year after year. Fine beach stretches are superbly maintained by the hotels while some are always busy with fisherman and their equipment. Equipment for water sports such as diving, wind surfing are available at most hotels and private vendors. There are few schools offering diving courses.

@ Over night at Negombo 3 star hotel.

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@ After breakfast at hotel

the picturesque hill-capital, was the last royal stronghold against Portuguese, Dutch and British colonial domination until 1815. A sanctuary of medieval culture, arts, crafts and lifestyles, it is set amid mountain ranges, lake and river, tea and spice gardens. The magnificent 16th-19th century moated, turreted and golden-roofed Dalada Maligawa, shrine of the Sacred Tooth Relic of the Buddha, is its main attraction. Other highlights include 14th -18th century Buddhist temples – Natha Devake (a UNESCO World Heritage site) Embekke, Lankatilleke, Degaldoruwa and Gadaladeniya. Colourful bazaars and handicraft shops and the 59-hectare Royal Botanic Gardens with superb collections of tropical flora, also hold much interest. The Annual torch-lit Esala Perahera, Asia’s grandest period-pageant, is a glittering spectacle of highland dancers, drummers, chieftains and costumed elephants.

@ Over night at Kandy 3 star hotel

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@ After breakfast at hotel .

The hill-resort of Nuwara Eliya , 1890 meters above sea level, is scenically set among high mountain ranges and prime tea plantations. Queen Anne and Georgian architecture, pretty flower-gardens and an 18-hole golf course are reminders of its British colonial-period roots. The Hakgala Botanic Gardens specialize in fine collections of sub-tropical flora. At Nuwara Eliya, visitors can enjoy garden-fresh strawberries and asparagus and warm themselves at a log-fire – in the heart of a tropical island

@ Over night at Nuwaraeliya 3 star hotel.

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@ After breakfast at hotel
@ Nuwaraeliya tour
@ Over night at Nuwaraeliya 3 star hotel.

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@ After breakfast at hotel

Galle, The capital of the southern province is a city with a colourful history. UNESCO declared World Heritage Site the magnificent Dutch fort is the most popular attraction of the town. 300 year old Dutch atmosphere is still very much alive around the fort and amidst its many historical buildings not invaded by the skyscrapers. The beautiful beach of Unawatuna is just 6km south east of the city centre. The southern coastal belt is the most popular among the tourists and comes to life mainly from October through April when the monsoon moves northeast and the sea becomes calm with blue skies. The earliest European administrative centre of Sri Lanka was the major port and the largest city until the British shifted the p ortto Colombo. The City of Galle had been the European administrative centre over 4 centuries

@ Over night at Galle 3 star hotel.

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Unawatuna Beach Resort lies sheltered at the end of the bay underneath the shade of tropical palm trees. Unawatuna Beach Resort is a sunny, modestly-sized hotel of enduring popularity. It is a haven for those who crave to revel in a beautiful beach and indulge in entertaining evenings. This small bay is graced with golden sands and a calm turquoise sea .The serene surroundings and the Dutch architecture also add its own charm to the place. The enchanting Unawatuna Beach calls all the travelers to revel in the sandy, pristine beaches and get a feel the beautiful wide curving Golden Unawatuna beach mesmerizes you to take a deep plunge into the blue waters, offering you an exhilarating experience that would last for a lifetime. The beach has been acclaimed amongst 12 best beaches in the world. The legend of Ramayana has also been attached to Rumasssala, a rocky outcrop jutting into the sea at Unawatuna. This rocky outcrop is believed to be a piece of mountain that was fallen when Lord Hof the Sri Lankan southern coast.
Located 98 km south of Colombo, Hikkaduwa is one of the most popular beach resorts of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka's only marine sanctuary is located here. It is an ideal place for nature lovers with its abundant corals and tropical fishes. Hikkaduwa has something to offer to everyone-coral for snorkelers, waves for surfers and white pristine beaches for those who want to relax and enjoy Sun and sand. Bentota
The most beautiful, wide and sandy beaches can be found in Bentota (South West) a thriving tourist resort with many hotels. Tourist wise there is a strong German influence but they prefer to enjoy the hotel grounds. With the lively fish markets, the towns are divided by the Bentota Ganga. The broad, sandy, gently shelving beach has calm, warm waters on two fronts- the sea where the swimming is generally safe and deep sea fishing and diving can be arranged and the River where you may try water skiing, wind surfing or take a cooling, lazy boat ride up stream and through the mangroves. Not quite “Bateau Mouche” but when did you last see a water monitor, crocodile or Kingfisher in Paris? Don't worry, water sports operate at the salt water mouth of the river and the crocs reside upstream in the fresh water!

@ Over night at Bentota 3 star hotel.

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@ After breakfast at hotel .

is the largest city and commercial capital of Sri Lanka. Located on the west coast of the island and adjacent to Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte, the administrative capital of Sri Lanka, Colombo is a busy and vibrant city with a mixture of modern life and colonial ruins. Like many cities, Colombo’s urban area extends well beyond the boundaries of a single local authority. The main city is home to a majority of the Sri Lanka’s corporate offices, restaurants and entertainment venues. Famous landmarks in Colombo include the Galle Face Green, the Viharamahadevi Park, Gangarama, the National Museum ,BMICH and Independence Square.

@ After luch or dinner
@ Airport drop

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