Inbound Tours
Moving with falling water – 8 Nights / 9 Days

Hotels and Destinations

• 1 st Night - Kandy – Earl Regency hotel
• 2nd Night – N’ Eliya – Grand Hotel
• 3rd Night – N’ Eliya – Grand Hotel
• 4th night – Jetwing Yala
• 5th Night – Tangalle – Buckingham Palace
• 6th Night – Tangalle – Buckingham Palace
• 7th Night – Benthota – Cinnamon Bay
• 8th Night – Colombo – Cinnamon Lakeside



Places of attraction

• Temple of Tooth Relic
• Botanical Garden
• Victoria Park N’Eliya
• Hakgala Garden
• Gregory Lake
• World’s End
• Ravana Falls
• Small World’s end
• Yala National Park
• Relax at Tangalle beach
• Shopping at colombo


Day 01

Katunayaka /Pinnawala/ Kandy


Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage


From the airport proceed along the historical Kandy Road which is the first highway built up by the British Government. On the way before reaching Kandy turn off to Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was established in 1975 in Pinnawala off Kandy Road in a natural beautiful park bordering to the Ma Oya River, sheltering baby elephants founded in Jungles in Sri Lanka.

You will watch elephants playing & bathing in the river. Feeding milk to baby elephants is a rare opportunity to watch.

Passing Through the historical Kadugannawa Hill, Reach to capital city of Hill country, Kandy.


Temple of Tooth Relic


Kandy was the last capital of the Sri Lankan kings and is a UNESCO world heritage site mainly due to the temple. This temple was Built up in the year 1595 which houses the Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha, located in the Royal Palace Complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy.


Botanical Garden


This was established in 1861 and exclusively open for the Kandyan Royalty in early years. Now it is open for the common people. This is the largest and most impressive botanical garden in Sri Lanka where you find rare collection of flowers including the finest Orchid in the world.


Gem Museum and Cultural Show in Kandy


This is an attractive event to watch in your journey

1st Night In Kandy – You can enjoy Your night stay at Earl’s Regency Hotel, a five star hotel located in a Hill.



Day 02

Kandy/Nuwara Eliya


Ramboda Waterfall
Leave Kandy and proceed to Nuwara Eliya.

On the way to Nuwara Eliya, Stop at Pussellawa and watch Ramboda Waterfall at a 800 Meters walk along a footpath. This waterfall is the 790th highest waterfall in the world. Passing Ramboda you are going through the real tea plantation in Sri Lanka which is very attractive environment to watch. On the way get the opportunity to visit a tea factory to study the whole process of manufacturing tea starting from plucking tea leaves up to Blending, Drying and Grading.

You can taste different type of tea and able to purchase the best Tea in Sri Lanka


Nuwara Eliya


The city Nuwara Eliya is a basin situated in the middle of Sri Lanka surrounded by a ring of mountains.

This city was a thick jungle in 1885 with many Waterfalls and Streams. It is the main Hill Resort of Sri Lanka and the heart of the tea industry. The Ancient Emperors of Sri Lanka have not known the economical value, kept Nuwara Eliya jungle undisturbed without doing any constructions as it gives the birth for many water resources.

In 1818 the British Governor Sir Edward Barnes constructed the road and shelters in Nuwara Eliya and he built his holiday home in Nuwara Eliya and named it as Barns Hall. Today this place with 150 rooms is known as Grand Hotel. Where you get the opportunity stay your night.

The houses, Gardens places and names of Nuwara Eliya were planned to be a English village by the British Rulers This beautiful city was home away from home for the British Colonialist in the 19 Century.

Hakgala flower Garden


Located few kilometers away from Nuwara Eliya city along Badulla road, the second largest flower garden in Sri Lanka This garden was founded in 1884 and over 10000 verities of flora planted here and garden is famous for rare species of roses and orchids, specially grown in a very cool climate.


World’s End


Located in Hortain Plains National Park of Nuwara Eliya. It is very steep rock with a drop of 4000ft. The Indian Ocean which is 81 Km away can be seen from the edge of the rock when the weather is clear.

It is one of the most visited parts of Hortain Plains National Park.

2nd & 3rd Night in Nuwara Eliya – Grand hotel





Day 04

Nuwara Eliya/ Yala

Reaching Yala from Nuwara Eliya will be an unforgettable experience in your journey as you can change from freezing up country to the sea level within two hours.

Yala National Park Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, and also adjoining parks. The park is best known for its variety of wild animals. It is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan elephants, Sri Lankan leopards and aquatic birds.


4th Night – Yala – Jetwing Yala





Day 5

Yala/ Tangalle


Tangalle is a regionally important fishing port and a centre of tourism. It is located 195 km (121 mi) south of Colombo and 35 km (22 mi) east of Matara. It has a mild climate, in comparison to the rest of the district, and sandy beaches.

• Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary is 24 km (15 mi) east of the town. It was declared as a wildlife sanctuary in 1984…. The Kalametiya Bird Sanctuary is an area of coastal lagoons and mangroves, which is rich in marine and home to four nationally threatened birds: Indian Reef Heron (Egretta gularis); Glossy Ibis (Plegadis falcinellus); Black-capped Purple Kingfisher (Halcyon pileata); Sri Lankan Junglefowl (Gallus lafayettii), as well as other birdlife.

• Rekawa Turtle Conservation project is 10 km (6.2 mi) east of the town. At the beach you can watch five species of marine turtles: Green turtles, Loggerhead turtles, Leatherback turtles, Olive Ridley turtles and Hawksbill turtles laying their eggs in the sand nests at night. The Turtle Conservation Project that conducts a `turtle watch’ programme, which protects the nesting sites until the hatchlings return to the ocean.

After visiting above places you will get the opportunity to watch fishing industry in Tangalle.

5th and 6th Night in Buckingham Palace




Day 7

Tangalle/ Benthota


Reach Benthota which is located in the border of Western Province. This Location ideally attracted by the tourists as it is situated bordering to the sea from one side and bordering to the river “Benthara Ganga” from the other side. There are many star hotels in Benthota resulting a good market is created for the foreigners. Gems, Handy crafts and Traditional Sri Lankan products are available.

Many water sports both in the sea and river are organized by the hotels including special boat rides towards the interior side of the country along the river.

4th and 5th Night – Benthota – Cinnamon Bay Hotel





Day 07

Shopping in Colombo

Colombo is the capital city of Sri Lanka.

Originally The Colombo was a seaport located in east west sea trade root used by roman, Arab Persians and Chinese trade sellers.

Colombo is a busy and vibrant city with a mixture of modern life and ancient historical colonial buildings and ruins that offers a variety of experiences. It has the lazy charm of the historical era combined with the liveliness of a modern city. Colombo is an ideal location to start the Sri Lankan sojourn.

Places of attraction
Historic Places in Colombo

• Colombo Dutch House Museum
• Colombo Dutch hospital
• Colombo Fort & Light House
• Colombo Light house
• Independence Square
• Millers Building
• National Museum Sri Lanka



Leisure Places in Colombo

• Galle Face Green
• Dehiwella Zoo
• Mount Lavinia Beach
• Rivers and Lakes in Colombo
• Lake in Slave Island
• Viharamahadevi Park
• Colombo Golf Club



Shopping Places

• ODEL
• Hose of Fasion
• Magestic City
• Cool Planet
• Factory Outlet
• Crescat Boulevard
• Main Street Pettah



Religious Places in Colombo

• Gangaramaya Temple
• Churche Kochchikade
• Jami-Ul-Alfar Mosque
• Kalani Raja Maha Viharaya
• Kovil Bambalapitiya
• Mosques





Day 9

Departure