14 Nights Middle East Market

Day 01

Guest will be met by our representative upon arrival…

The Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage was established to feed, nurse and house young elephants abandoned by their mothers and displaced from their natural environment due to development projects. Most orphans cannot be introduced back to the wild, as other elephant family groups will not accept them. They enjoy a good life with their human parents and many find foster homes in zoos around the world. It is most interesting to visit the Orphanage at feeding time to see the baby elephants been bottle-fed. After which the entire herd is taken for a bath in the river.

Feeding time:       0915 hrs, 1315 hrs & 1715 hrs

Bathing time:        1000 hrs, -1200 hrs & 1400 hrs – 1600 Hrs

(Please note, Cancellation or times of the above events might change with ought prior notice)

Day 02

HIRIWADUNNA is just 02 Km (05 minutes – drive from Habarana, The trek through the archetypal Sri Lankan Typical village. The trek begins with an awesome walk along a bund of a ‘Wewa’ or manmade reservoir. The reservoir itself, the surrounding scrub jungle, marshland and village are a hive of early morning or an evening activity. The amazing birdlife, butterflies and possible sightings of crocodile only add to the charm of seeing the villagers as they go about their early morning tasks of fishing, or washing clothes at the periphery of the lake.

Elephant Back Ride, take a tour of the surroundings the old fashioned way, climb aboard on a gentle giant and journey through the gardens of the hotel. A large wooden platform is secured atop the elephant; this platform could hold up to four passengers comfortably. As the elephant waddles through take in the view of Habarana and the surrounding wilderness. Be prepared to stoop down low to avoid collision with the tree branches that invade the path or be submerged to your knees in the lake. Riding on the backs of elephants was the primary mode of transportation used by kings in Sri Lanka experience the ride of a lifetime.

Day 03

Sigiriya, one of the oldest tourist attractions in the world, and declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers its visitors nothing less than a breath-taking experience. Standing more than 200m tall over the surrounding plains, the Sigiriya Rock is said to be a solidified magma plug, from a long eroded and extinct volcano. Hidden in a cave along the citadel are some of the most magnificent ancient frescoes in South Asia. Seen today are, what’s said to be left of the 500 paintings of maidens that once covered a large area of the face of the rock. A total of nearly 1500 writings on the wall, include verses that date as far back as the 08th century.

Spice Gardens at Matale give interesting insights into spice production in Sri Lanka. The importance of spices in the minor export crops of Sri Lanka consist of Fragrant clove, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, mace and pepper, for which Sri Lanka has been farmed since ancient times, thrive in the hills.

Batik is an ancient art of mixing colours by using wax as the main component and today Sri Lanka is among the world leaders in the design of batik. Batik galleries and factories offer batik from simple single coloured designs to intricate multi coloured masterpieces.

Day 04

Kandy, locally referred to as Maha Nuwara (meaning The Great City), is the Hill Capital and one of the most scenic cities in the country. It is also home to one of the most revered places of Buddhist worship in Sri Lanka. It is not only its places of historical significance that  make Kandy a popular tourist destination, but also the shops displaying precious and semi-precious stones, skillfully crafted jewellery, handicrafts, colorful batiks and silks; Some of the main attractions of the city are: The Royal Palace Complex and its other buildings consisting of the King’s Palace, the Queen’s Palace, the Audience Hall, the Royal Bathhouse and Royal Summer House, represent the final flowering of Sinhalese architecture and craftsmanship. The Royal Bathhouse, on the edge of the lake, is a beautiful pavilion with a traditional Kandyan roof supported by white columns.

Day 05

Peradeniya Royal Botanical Gardens, the finest of its kind in Asia, the largest of the botanical gardens of Sri Lanka, couldn’t be better located. In the Mediterranean climate of Kandy, the gateway to the Central Highlands, the Gardens, at an elevation of 500 meters above sea-level, were tightly bounded on three sides by a loop of River Mahaweli (Great sandy river), the largest river of Sri Lanka. Peradeniya is believed to take its exotic name from Sinhalese names Pera (guava) and Deniya (a plain). The name also reveals, although Guava is not indigenous to Sri Lanka, introduction of the fruit to the island and cultivation had occurred even prior to the era of British Colonialists in Ceylon.

A journey through narrow passes, beside deep ravines and over gushing streams takes you to the heart of Sri Lanka’s tea country, Nuwara Eliya. Located approximately 2000 meters above sea level this town resembles ‘English’ with its colonial architecture gaining prominence. The temperature averages 10 ℃ and high mountain peak including Pidurutalagala is within this district. Vegetable plantations, scenic flower gardens, strawberry nurseries and walkways are a highlight.

Day 06

Sri Lanka is one of the world’s largest exporters of tea. Since the introduction of tea to Sri Lanka in mid 19thcentury Nuwara Eliya has been the capital of the tea industry. For many miles prior to reaching Nuwara Eliya from either direction you will find acres and acres of tea plantations, in fact nothing but tea estates. There are many factories open for visitors which also have tea sales outlets.

Nuwara Eliya, which means the “city of lights” is also known as the city of eternal spring, where the air is pure, cool and distilled up through 1,884 meters.  Windswept peaks lie shrouded in mist, while gaily-clad tea pluckers wind their way between the tea bushes. Listen to the wild music of the waterfalls. This is a holiday resort ideal for hiking, golfing and boating – the setting is a nostalgic reminder of the English countryside.

Day 07

Hakgala Botanical Garden is situated on the Nuwara Eliya-Badulla main road, 16 km from Nuwara Eliya. The garden has a cool climate because of altitude is 5,400 feet above the sea level. The mean annual temperature ranges between 16 °C to 30 °C during course of a year. There are over 10,000 species of flora planted here and during the spring season in Nuwara Eliya thousands of visitors come to see the blooms here. Number of annual visitors is around 500,000. The garden is famous for number of species of Orchids and Roses are planted there.

Day 08

Ravana Falls is a popular sightseeing attraction in Sri Lanka. It currently ranks as one of the widest falls in the country. This waterfall measures approximately 25 m (82 ft.) in height and cascades from an oval-shaped concave rock outcrop. During the local wet season, the waterfall turns into what is said to resemble an areca flower with withering petals. But this is not the case in the dry season, where the flow of water reduces dramatically. The fall form part of the Ravana Ella Wildlife Sanctuary, and is located 6 km away from the local railway station.

Ella is blessed with some of the most beautiful sites in the Island and is a place of high interest for naturalists and a paradise to trekkers. Ella is most famous for the Ravana Ella Waterfalls. Other places that could be visited from Ella are the Handapangala Wild Life Sanctuary, the Diyaluma Waterfalls and the Buduruwagala archaeological site.

Day 09

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 blocks have individual names such as, Ruhuna National Park and Kumana National Park or ‘Yala East’ for the adjoining area. It is situated in the southeast region of the country, and lies in Southern Province and Uva Province. The park covers 979 square kilometres and is located about 300 kilometres (190 miles) from Colombo. Yala was designated as a wildlife sanctuary in 1900, and, along with Wilpattu was one of the first two national parks in Sri Lanka, having been designated in 1938. The park is best known for its variety of wild animals. It is important for the conservation of Sri Lankan Elephants and aquatic birds.

Day 10

Galle Fort, in the Bay of Galle on the southwest coast of Sri Lanka, was built first in 1588 by the Portuguese, and then extensively fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century from 1649 onwards. It is a historical, archaeological and architectural heritage monument, which even after more than 423 years maintains a polished appearance, due to extensive reconstruction work done by Archaeological Department of Sri Lanka. The fort has a colourful history, and today has a multi-ethnic and multi-religious population. The Sri Lankan government and many Dutch people who still own some of the properties inside the fort are looking at making this one of the modern wonders of the world.

Beruwala is a town, governed by an Urban Council. The name Beruwala is derived from the Sinhalese word for the place where the sail is lowered. It marks the spot for the first Muslim settlement on the island, established by Arab traders around the 8th century AD. A large population of Sri Lankan Moors, many of them are gem merchants, still live in the town particularly in the “China Fort”. Msjid-ul-Abrar, a landmark of Beruwala and Sri Lanka’s oldest mosque, was built by Arab traders on a rocky peninsula overlooking the town.

Day 11 & 12
  • Breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Enjoy rest of the day at leisure on the beach or by the pool side on the south west coast.
  • Overnight stay at the Hotel. (Vehicle & the driver will be not available on these two days at beach Hotel)
Day 13

Shopping in Colombo: One of Sri Lanka’s best kept secrets is the shopping opportunities in Colombo sleek department stores and cool shopping malls are filled with designer clothing, shoes and handbags, plus handicrafts, home furnishings and many more…
The leading shopping arcades at Colombo such as ODEL, House of Fashion, Fashion Bug, Arcade Independence etc…

Day 14

Colombo Bursting with life and coloured, the islands largest city which was once the Capital of Sri Lanka, is now its Commercial hub. This modern city with an ancient heart is a monument to its colonial history. Its architecture is influenced by the Portuguese, Dutch and British. Today, it is a mix of modern architecture among colonial buildings. The remnants of Dutch and Portuguese domination, is seen primarily in the Fort, located north of the city. Pettah, where daily life overflows on to the streets, not too far from the Fort is a trader’s hub. It provides an interesting insight in to life as it is in a busy, tropical cosmopolitan city.

Day 15
  • Breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Check-out and travel to airport to connect for your departure flight with wonderful memories.

(Please report at the airport 3 hours prior to the departure flight time).


Hotel Envisaged

DAY CITY STATED HOTELS or SIMILAR on “BB” Basis 4* Hotels STATED HOTELS or SIMILAR on “BB” Basis 5* Hotels
01 & 02 SIGIRIYA / HABARANA Habarana Village by Cinnamon / Amaya Lake or similar Cinnamon Lodge or Jetwing Lake or similar
03 & 04 KANDY Cinnamon Citadel / Radisson Kandy or similar Golden Crown Hotel / Earls Regency Hotel or similar
05,06 & 07 NUWARA ELIYA Araliya Green Hills / Blackpool Hotel or similar Araliya Green City / Heritance Tea Factory Hotel or similar
08 & 09 BERUWELA / BENTOTA Ekho Surf Hotel / Cinnamon Bey or similar Cinnamon Bentota / Eden Resort & Spa or similar
10,11 & 12 COLOMBO Fairway Colombo / Granbell Hotel or similar The Kingsbury Colombo / Courtyard by Marriott Colombo or similar
13 & 14 COLOMBO Fairway Colombo / Granbell Hotel or similar The Kingsbury Colombo / Courtyard by Marriott Colombo or similar

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Elephant Ride, Sigiriya Rock Fortress, Matale Spice Garden, Peradeniya Botanical Garden, Kandyan Dance and Yala National Park.

  • All entrance fees & jeep hire chargers as per above program will cost around - USD 175 net per person inclusive of all taxes. All payments to be paid directly at the entrance gate. (Entrance fees are subject to change slightly without prior notice sometimes)
01st May 2023  to 31st October 2023 (Except Kandy Perahara Period 21st to 30th August 2023)
Quotation (Validity 01st Jun to 31st Oct 2023)
Number of PaxPrice (per person)
4* Hotels or similar on BB Basis in US$
Period01 Jun to 14 Jul 202315 Jul to 31 Aug 202301 Sep to 31 Oct 2023
02 Pax880895885
03 Pax870885875
04 Pax860875865
05 Pax850865855
06 Pax840855845
07 Pax830845835
08 Pax820835825
09 Pax810825815
10 Pax800815805
Single Supplement490520500
Triple Reduction(-40)(-50)(-45)
Perahara Supplement for last 10 days 21-30 Aug 2023USD 50/- net per night extra for Kandy nights only
Number of PaxPrice (per person)
5* Hotels or similar on BB Basis in US$
Period01 Jun to 14 Jul 202315 Jul to 31 Aug 202301 Sep to 31 Oct 2023
02 Pax105010701055
03 Pax103510551040
04 Pax102010401025
05 Pax101010301015
06 Pax100010201005
07 Pax9901010995
08 Pax9801000985
09 Pax970990975
10 Pax960980965
Single Supplement615645625
Triple Reduction(-45)(-55)(-50)
Perahara Supplement for last 10 days 21-30 Aug 2023USD 60/- net per night extra for Kandy nights only


  • Children below 05 years free of charge.
  • Children between 5-11.99 years meals 50% discount. (without extra bed)
  • Child between 05-11.99 years will be 70% per child with extra bed (Max 2 Children’s per couple)


  • Children 12 years & above considered as an adult.
  • 02 children between 03-11.99 years sharing with parent’s room will be considered as one adult.
  • Maximum of two children in a Triple room could be accommodated sharing with parents.


  • Meet and assistance at the airport on arrival and departure.
  • Accommodation in sharing on Single / Double / Triple room on BB basis for 14 Nights in the Hotels stated or similar.
  • All Transfers and sightseeing in luxury air-conditioned private vehicle (Car/Van/Mini Coach) with an English/Arabic speaking chauffeur for 2-6 pax. 07-10 pax English/Arabic Speaking tour guide escorted for round tour.
  • On day 14 for Colombo city tour English speaking tour guide escorted for 07-10 pax.
  • Government Tax (VAT 15% / TDL 1%)


  • All Beverages throughout the tour / All lunches & dinners throughout the tour.
  • Airfare & Visa charges.
  • Tour guide service throughout the tour. (For less than 07 pax)
  • All applicable Entrance fees as mentioned.
  • All tips and gratuities.
  • On day 11 & 12 free day at beach Hotel vehicle & on day 11, 12, 13 & 15 tour guide.
  • Early check-in & Late check-out.
  • Site guide services at places of interest.
  • Personal expenses such as any kind of laundry, telephone calls, etc.
  • Photographic and video permits.
  • Insurance and Medical claims.
  • Expenses incurred during the emergency situation or evacuation.
  • Unspecified, optional and suggested activities / services other than specified above.
  • All bank charges when receiving payments.


  • Garlands on arrival.
  • Welcome drink on check-in at each Hotel.


  • Notice of Cancellation must be provided 30 days prior to date of arrival, to the local Agent in Sri Lanka. Failure to do so is subject to the cancellation charge.
  • Cancellations notified to the Agent in Sri Lanka within 30 days prior to the date of arrival will be charged 50% of the total invoice.
  • Cancellations notified to the Agent in Sri Lanka 25 days prior to the date of arrival will be charged 75% of the total invoice.
  • Cancellations notified to the Agent in Sri Lanka 20 days prior to the date of arrival will be charged 100% of the total invoice.

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