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Best of Sri Lanka Tour

Posted By: quickcabs

Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021

Price: $20,000.00

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Sri Lanka is a country with endless beaches, wildlife, sunsets points, tea plantation, spiced curries and Buddhist history. It’s on the mind of every traveler due to its adventures and history. Sri Lanka add his name in growing tourism industry. Discover ancient cave temples, Sigiriya rock fortress, waterfalls, stunning sunsets and vast spice gardens.Sri Lanka is always favorite among honeymoon couple as destination have so much to explore. With its beautiful sunny beaches, hill country, flora & fauna, smiling people, Sri Lanka cuisine and beautiful sea facing resorts. Some destinations are very quiet and perfect for couple to spend some quality time together. Do add places like Trincomalee- home to beautiful beaches, Kandy city with The World Heritage Site, Galle, Nuwara Eliya- old English town and beaches of Ahungalla.Sri Lanka have UNESCO world heritage sites in Sigiriya (5th century Rock fortress), ancient kingdom of Polonnaruwa and Anuradhapura city with Ruvanveliseya Dagoba, dating back to the 2nd century BC. Dambulla Rock Temple, Horton Plains is an eco-tourism hideout in the heart of the isle, painted with unending stretches of green pastures marks one of the evergreen forests in Sri Lanka. Whole area have a flora and fauna varieties that may be found nowhere else on earth.Tea and tourism are the words associated with Sri Lanka economy. Take a tour to the cold & misty hills that take pride of an ultimate tea tour, covering lush green blankets of tea plantations. Visit a tea factory to see how the tea making processing is done. Participate in a tea presentation by a tea expert followed by a tea tasting session. Staying at Tea estate Bungalow which is located in middle of picturesque hillside. Enjoy walking through the tea garden on the gentle hill slope and have a glimpse of the tea processing.Wildlife enthusiasts can explore Udawalawe National Park and Yala National park, where one can watch closely Leopard, Elephants and unique varieties of Birds. One of the world’s largest populations of leopards can be found here. Enjoy Jeep Safari in the forest to explore more wildlife animals and birds in their natural habitats.Board the most scenic train ride from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, snaking its way through the mountains via the tea country. Train passes through lush green blankets of tea bushes in a cool climate, remind visitors that they are within the range of the British colonial era. Exploring Nuwara Eliya town, which still have colonial bungalows, hedgerows and English countryside atmosphere. Rent a bike and make your way through green valleys of the hill country which have endless waterfalls and dotted by tea puckers draped in bright-coloured saris.Get ready for the trip of lifetime with our travel consultants, who are going to guide you in each step. Come and explore some of the best of Sri Lanka tours by selecting itineraries from www.visitofindia.com which offer unique charm and rich heritage culture of Sri Lanka.
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