The Ultimate 6-Day Sri Lanka Adventure

Sigiriya is an ancient rock fortress in Sri Lanka

How you will feel after the end of this journey

At the conclusion of “The Ultimate 6-Day Sri Lanka Adventure,” participants would likely experience a mix of exhilaration, awe, and a deep sense of accomplishment. The journey’s diverse activities, ranging from visiting ancient cave temples to engaging in heart-pounding adventures like rock climbing, white-water rafting, zip-lining, and water abseiling, would leave them with a profound appreciation for the natural beauty and cultural richness of Sri Lanka. The excitement of conquering challenges like scaling heights, navigating rapids, and descending waterfalls would generate a rush of adrenaline and a lasting memory of their daring feats. Moreover, the opportunity to immerse themselves in the country’s stunning landscapes, connect with local traditions, and bond with fellow travelers would likely foster a sense of unity and shared experiences. Overall, participants would depart with a profound sense of satisfaction, having uncovered the best of both Sri Lanka’s nature and culture through an unforgettable adventure.

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Let's Adventure Starts

Day 1.

Travelling time: 2 hr 53 min (129 km)

Embarking on your Sri Lankan adventure, our friendly representative will greet you warmly at the airport. As you journey towards Dambulla for your overnight stay, a special treat awaits – a visit to the captivating Dambulla Cave Temple. This sacred marvel, with its intricate rock-cut architecture and ancient Buddhist frescoes, will introduce you to the country’s rich cultural heritage right from the start of your journey.

Dambulla Cave Temple

The Dambulla Cave Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in the central highlands of Sri Lanka. It is a complex of five caves that contain a vast collection of Buddhist sculptures and paintings, making it one of the most important archaeological sites in the country.
The caves were first used as a place of worship by Buddhist monks in the 1st century BC. They were later expanded and decorated over the centuries, with the most recent paintings dating back to the 18th century.

Stay night at Dambulla*

Day 2.

Sigiria Museum

Travelling time: 26 min (16.6 km)

The Sigiriya Museum is located at the base of Sigiriya Rock, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Sri Lanka. The museum houses a collection of artifacts and exhibits that help to tell the story of Sigiriya, from its origins as a small settlement to its development as a royal city.

The museum’s collection includes replicas of the famous Sigiriya frescoes, as well as archaeological finds from the site, such as pottery, jewelry, and coins. There are also exhibits on the history of Sigiriya, its architecture, and its water management system.

The Sigiriya Museum is a great place to learn about the history and culture of this important Sri Lankan site. It is open to visitors from 8:30am to 5:30pm, seven days a week.

Sigiriya Climbing

Travelling Time: 10 min (4.1 km)

A popular tourist activity in Sri Lanka. The climb to the top of Sigiriya Rock is challenging but rewarding, and the views from the top are spectacular.

The climb takes about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on your fitness level. The path is well-maintained and there are several places to rest along the way.Sigiriya

The first part of the climb is through the Fountain Gardens, which were once used by the royals of Sigiriya. There are several pools and fountains in this area, and the water is said to have healing properties.

The next part of the climb is through the Boulder Gardens, which are named for the large boulders that are scattered throughout the area. There are a few caves in this area, and some of them contain paintings of Buddhist deities.

The final part of the climb is up the Lion’s Staircase, which is a series of steps that are carved into the side of the rock. The staircase is named for the lion’s paws that are carved at the top.

At the top of Sigiriya Rock, you will find the Ruins of the Royal Palace, as well as the Sigiriya Frescoes, which are a series of paintings of beautiful women that were once found on the walls of the palace.

Night stay at Kandy

Day 3.

Kandy

Travelling Time: 2 hr 37 min (90.1 km)

adventureKandy is a city in central Sri Lanka, situated in the midst of hills in the Kandy plateau. It is the second-largest city in Sri Lanka after Colombo and the capital of the Central Province. Kandy is famous for its Buddhist temples, including the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, and its annual Esala Perahera festival.

Temple of Tooth

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa) is a Buddhist temple in Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is one of the most sacred Buddhist temples in the world, as it houses the left canine tooth of the Buddha.Kandy

The tooth relic is said to have been brought to Sri Lanka by Princess Hemamali and her husband, Prince Dantha, in the 4th century AD. The relic has been kept at the temple ever since, and it is protected by a series of elaborate security measures.

The temple is a large and ornate structure, with a number of courtyards, shrines, and buildings. The tooth relic is kept in the Temple of the Tooth, which is a small, gilded chamber located in the innermost sanctum of the temple.

Royal Botanical Gardens

Travelling time: 13 min (5.6 km)

The Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya is a botanical garden in Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. It is one of the largest botanical gardens in Asia, and is home to a wide variety of plants, including orchids, spices, medicinal plants, and palm trees.

The gardens were founded in 1821 by Alexander Moon, a Scottish botanist. They were originally used for research and cultivation of coffee and cinnamon plants. However, they were later opened to the public and became a popular tourist destination.

The gardens are divided into several sections, each of which is dedicated to a different type of plant life. There is a section for orchids, a section for spices, a section for medicinal plants, and a section for palm trees. There is also a large lake in the gardens, which is home to a variety of birds and fish.

The Royal Botanical Gardens, Peradeniya is a beautiful and peaceful place to spend a day. It is a great place to learn about the plants and flowers of Sri Lanka, and to enjoy the natural beauty of the country.

And back to hotel at Kandy

Day 4.

Gampola Abuluwewa

Travelling Time: 43 min (19.7 km)

Ambuluwawa is a Buddhist temple and biodiversity complex located in the Gampola District of Sri Lanka. It is situated on a 1,112-meter (3,650 ft) high mountain peak, about 6 kilometers (3.7 mi) from the town of Gampola.

he temple was built in the 14th century by King Buvanekabahu IV. It is dedicated to the Buddha and houses a number of statues and paintings. The temple is also home to a number of medicinal plants and herbs.

The Ambuluwawa Buddhist temple and biodiversity complex is a popular tourist destination. It is a beautiful place to visit and learn about the history, culture, and biodiversity of Sri Lanka.

Zip Line, Kithulgala

Travelling Time: 1 hr 16 min (40.8 km)

Kithulgala is a small town in Sri Lanka that is known for its whitewater rafting and its zip lining. The zip lining course in Kithulgala is located in the middle of the jungle, and it offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

The course is about 2 kilometers long, and it has a number of different zip lines, ranging in length from 100 meters to 400 meters. The highest zip line is 150 meters above the ground.

Zip lining is a great way to see the jungle and to get an adrenaline rush. It is also a safe activity, as all of the participants are equipped with safety gear.

If you are looking for an exciting and adventurous activity to do in Sri Lanka, I highly recommend zip lining in Kithulgala. It is a truly unforgettable experience.

Night stay at Kithulgala

White Water Rafting, Kithulgala

Travelling Time: 6 min (3.2 km)

Kithulgala is a small town in Sri Lanka that is known for its white water rafting. The Kelani River, which flows through Kithulgala, is a Class III and IV river, making it perfect for white water rafting.

The rafting season in Kithulgala runs from November to April. During this time, the water levels are high and the rapids are challenging.

White water rafting is a great way to see the Sri Lankan countryside and to get an adrenaline rush. It is also a safe activity, as all of the participants are equipped with safety gear.

Night stay at Kithulgala

Day 5. 

Waterfall Abseiling, Kithulgala

Waterfall abseiling is an adventure activity that involves descending a waterfall using a rope. It is a great way to see the waterfall up close and to get an adrenaline rush.

Waterfall abseiling is typically done in groups, with each person being attached to a rope and lowered down the waterfall. The guides will provide all of the necessary equipment and instruction.

Waterfall abseiling is a safe activity when done with experienced guides. However, it is important to be aware of the risks involved, such as falling or getting injured by the waterfall.

If you are looking for an exciting and adventurous activity to do in Sri Lanka, I highly recommend waterfall abseiling in Kithulgala. It is a truly unforgettable experience.

And travel to Colombo for night stay

Day 6.

Lotus Tower

(The Pearl of South Asia)

Travelling Time: 2 hr 44 min (95.9 km)

The Lotus Tower is a communications and observation tower in Colombo, Sri Lanka. It is the tallest self-supported structure in South Asia, at 351.5 meters (1,153 ft).

The Lotus Tower was built by the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) and was officially opened on 16 September 2019. It is used for a variety of purposes, including telecommunications, broadcasting, and tourism.

The Lotus Tower is shaped like a lotus flower, which is a national symbol of Sri Lanka. It has four floors, with the observation deck located on the top floor. The observation deck offers panoramic views of Colombo and the surrounding area.

Schedule

Departure / Return Location

Bandaranaike International Airport

Included

  • Airport Pickup and Airport Drop
  • All Transfers in Air-Conditioned Private Vehicle
  • English Speaking Chauffeur
  • All cost related to the vehicle and chauffeur
  • Accomodation with breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 
  • Accommodation will be provided on single room occupancy
  • Drinking water
  • All government Taxes

Excluded

  •  Enterance fees to the sites
  •  Expenses of personal nature
  • Flight transfers
  • Any other services not specified above

INQUIRY FORM

Health Caution:

Here are some tips for climbing Sigiriya Rock:

Wear comfortable shoes with good traction.
Bring plenty of water and snacks.
Start your climb early in the morning to avoid the heat.
Be aware of your surroundings and take your time.
If you are not feeling well, do not attempt to climb Sigiriya Rock.

Here are some tips for zip lining in Kithulgala:

Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you can move around in easily.
Bring sunscreen and a hat, as it can be hot in the jungle.
Listen to the instructions of the guides carefully.
Take your time and enjoy the experience.

Here are some tips for white water rafting in Kithulgala:

Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you can move around in easily.
Bring sunscreen and a hat, as it can be hot in the sun.
Listen to the instructions of the guides carefully.
Be prepared to get wet!

Here are some tips for waterfall abseiling in Kithulgala:

Wear comfortable clothing and shoes that you can move around in easily.
Bring sunscreen and a hat, as it can be hot in the sun.
Listen to the instructions of the guides carefully.
Be aware of the risks involved and take precautions to stay safe.