A Selection Of Some Of Our Favourite Tour Destinations And Tours:

India, Sri Lanka and the Elephant Hills

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India

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KERALA TOUR

7 Nights / 8  Days 

Tour Price From Only £735pp

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 Cochin - Kumarakom - Alleppey - Mararikulum - Cochin

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ITINERARY:

DAY 1:  ARRIVE COCHIN 


Meet our representative upon arrival in Cochin and drivetowards hotel to check-in. Enjoy city tour covering Mattanchery Palace-gifted to theking of Cochin, by Portuguese in 1555, about 500 year old Jewish Synagogue, Chinese fishing nets, local spices market followed by colorful performing art–Kathakali Dance. Later in the evening, return to the hotel for overnight stay


DAY 2:  SIGHTSEEING OF COCHIN


After breakfast, Proceed for a full-day tour of Cochin. Enjoy city tour covering Mattanchery Palace-gifted to the king of Cochin, by Portuguesein 1555, about500 year old Jewish Synagogue, Chinese fishing nets, local spices market followed by colorful performing art–KathakaliDance. Later in the evening, return to the hotel for overnight stay


DAY 3:  COCHIN-KUMARAKOM


After breakfast, check-out and proceed to Kumarakom-a charming emerald peninsula jutting into the picturesque Vembanad Lake dottedwith innumerable traditional country rafts, boats and canoes. The fresh water of the lake flows into the mainland, making a labyrinth oflagoons, canals and waterways. Spend the rest of the day at beautiful resort of Kumarakom. (Optional) explore the Kerala Backwatersthrough sunset cruise at Vembanad Lake. Overnight stay in Kumarakom


DAY 4: KUMARAKOM


Today, enjoy your visit to Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary-An ornithologist's paradise, the sanctuary is spread across 14 acres. Also, you maywant to indulge yourself with some Ayurveda treatments in your hotel (On direct-paymentbasis). Ayurveda is the ancient healing system ofIndia and has been practiced continuously for over 5,000 years. The various treatments are individually prescribed and involve the use ofmedicated herbal oils, herbs, powders and poultices & natural ingredients. Overnight stay in Kumarakom.


DAY 5: KUMARAKOM - ALLEPPEY 


After breakfast, drive to Alleppey and board your houseboat on arrival. Alleppey, "Venice of the East" has a large network ofbackwatercanals that meanderthrough the town, surrounding villages and Vembanad Lake. Cruise through the beautiful and scenic backwaters of Kerela,while you stay in houseboat. Overnight stay on houseboat


DAY 6: ALLEPPEY- MARARIKULUM


After breakfast,drive to Mararikulam. Mararikulam is one of the best beaches in Kerala offering idyllic beach stay experience. Marari is avery relaxing beach retreat stays. Beaches are good for swimming and very private. Arrive and check-in to your hotel. Rest of the dayleisureat the hotel. Overnight in Mararikulam


DAY 7: FULL DAY OF LEISURE IN MARARIKULUM


After breakfast, enjoy full day at leisure–relax on white sand beaches of Mararikula


DAY 8: DEPARTURE FROM COCHIN


Breakfast at the hotel. Later assisted transfer to the Cochin airport to board flight to onward destination.



PACKAGE INCLUSIONS:

  • 7 night accommodation in well-appointed rooms

  • Assistance at the airport

  • Kathakali Show in Cochin

  • Visit-Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary

  • Sightseeing as per itinerary by private tourist vehicle

  • Entry Fee at the Monuments

  • Services of English-speaking guide during sightseeing tours in Cochin only

  • Drivers allowances, toll taxes and Govt. Service Tax

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Golden Triangle

6 Nights / 7 Days 

Tour Price From Only £655pp

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Delhi - 2 Nights, Agra - 1 Night,  Jaipur -  2 Nights, Delhi - 1 Night

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ITINERARY:


ITINERARY:


Day 01      Arrival in Delhi

Arrive, New Delhi International Airport, where you will be met and assisted for your transfer to the hotel. India's capital & a major gateway to the country, Delhi is contemporary and a bustling metropolis which successfully combines in its fold the ancient & the modern. Its strategic location was one of the prime reasons why successive dynasties chose it as their seat of power. New Delhi also reflects the legacy the British left behind. On arrival check in at the hotel. (OPTIONAL: Experience cooking demonstration with local family followed by dinner) OVERNIGHT IN DELHI 


Day 02 Delhi

After breakfast, proceed for a full-day City Tour of Old and New Delhi. This fascinating city has been in existence since the 6th century BC and has seen ups and downs from the rule of the Pandavas right up to the British Raj. Visit Jama Masjid, which is the largest mosque in India, commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan.

The courtyard of the mosque can hold about 25,000 worshippers. Drive past Red Fort, President House, India Gate and several other government buildings in Edwin Lutyen’s modern Delhi before you head to Rajghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi that marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated in 1948.

Thereafter, visit Humayun’s Tomb, commissioned by Humayun’s wife Hamida Banu Begum in 1562. It was the first garden tomb built in the Indian sub-continent where the Persian architect used red sandstone on a large scale. Later in the evening visit the Qutub Minar, which is the tallest brick minaret in the world; it was commissioned by Qutbuddin Aibak, the first Muslim ruler of Delhi. OVERNIGHT IN DELHI 


Day 3: Delhi-Agra 


After breakfast drive to Agra (210kms /04hrs 30mins). 

(OPTIONAL: You can take an alternate option by travel by express train GATIMAAN EXPRESS(Operates every day except Fridays) from Delhi-Departs @ 0810 Hrs. to Agra- Arrival @ 0950 Hrs.). 


On arrival in Agra, transfer and check in at the hotel. Later proceed for half day tour of Agra, which is believed to have been founded in 1504 by Sultan Sikander Lodi, but flourished later under the Mughal Empire. Visit the Taj Mahal...a mausoleum built as a symbol Emperor Shah Jehan’s devotion to his beloved queen Mumtaz Mahal.  Considered an architectural marvel, its construction took thousands of workers over 21 years to complete. Later visit Agra Fort, which was commissioned in 1565 by Akbar, and subsequently embellished

by other Mughal Emperors. The beautiful yet forbidding structure houses many exquisite palaces, and is a handsome example of Mughal architecture.

(OPTIONAL: Witness the famous show Mohabbat – E- Taj in the evening based on the story of Taj Mahal.).  OVERNIGHT IN AGRA 


Day 04 Agra – Jaipur 

After breakfast drive to Jaipur Enroute visit Fatehpur Sikri. It was built by the Emperor Akbar and is home to many historical buildings.


Akbar wanted to make Fatehpur Sikri his headquarters; however, he had to abandon it due to shortage of water. It is the best example of the amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim architecture. The Tomb of Sheikh Salim Chishti enshrines the burial place of the Sufi saint who lived a religious life here. Today, Fatehpur Sikri is a UNESCO World heritage site.


Later continue your drive to Jaipur. On arrival in Jaipur check in at your hotel. 


Jaipur is the gateway to the magnificent and vibrant state of Rajasthan. Jaipur founded in 1727 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, is a highly distinctive and colourful city characterized by fine bazaars, intricately carved palaces, havelis and forts.


Most famous as ‘Pink City’ for its unusual rose-coloured sandstone architecture, Jaipur is a place of kings, queens and legends. In the evening, take a stroll to the local markets for the traditional dresses and shoes, curio shops, blue pottery etc. OVERNIGHT IN JAIPUR 


Day 05 Jaipur 

After breakfast proceed for City tour of Jaipur, also known as the ‘Pink City’… it is famous for its colourful culture, forts, palaces, and lakes. The old city of Jaipur is painted pink, which gives it a magical glow. Visit the Amber Fort… a fascinating blend of Hindu and Mughal architecture. The best way to explore the fort is to ride up to it on elephant back.

Later, stop to photograph the beautiful Hawa Mahal, also known as the “Palace of the Winds.” This beautiful façade with its ornately carved latticework windows is made of pink sandstone.

Post lunch, visit the City Palace… again, a synthesis of Rajasthani and Mughal styles. Later, visit the Jantar Mantar Observatory, comprising geometric devices for measuring time. You will also visit the Albert Hall, which was modelled on the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture. OVERNIGHT IN JAIPUR 


Day 06 Jaipur – Delhi

After breakfast, you will be driven to Delhi (Approx. 260 Kms/5.5 Hrs) where on arrival check in at the hotel. Spend rest of the day at leisure. OVERNIGHT IN DELHI 


Day 07 Departure

Breakfast at the hotel. Later transfer to the airport to board flight to onward destination. 



PACKAGE INCLUSIONS:

  • Accommodation in well-appointed rooms as mentioned above hotels or equivalent

  • Meals as per mentioned above.

  • Assistance at the airport

  • Transfers/Sightseeing as per itinerary by Air-Conditioned Innova (01-03 Person) and by AC Tempo Traveller(04 Person).

  • One time entry Fee at the Monuments

  • Services of English-speaking guide during sightseeing tours.

  • Drivers allowances, toll taxes and Govt. Service Tax

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JOURNEY THROUGH HIMALAYAN FOOTHILLS

12 Nights / 13 Days 

Tour Price From Only £1399pp

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Delhi (2 Nights) - Shimla (2 Nights) - Manali (3 Nights) - Dharamshala (2 Nights) - Amritsar (2 Nights) - Delhi

This offer does not include flights. Regional departures are available upon request. 

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ITINERARY:

Day 01 Delhi

Meet our representative upon arrival in Delhi and check-in at the hotel. India's capital & a major gateway to the country, Delhi is contemporaryand a bustling metropolis which successfully combines in its fold the ancient & the modern. Itsstrategic location was one of the prime reasonswhy successive dynasties chose it as their seat of power. New Delhi also reflects the legacy the British left behind. Overnight in Delhi   


Day 02 Sightseeing in Delhi

After breakfast, proceed for a full-day tour of Old and New Delhi. This fascinating city has been in existence since the 6th century BC andhas seen ups and downs from the rule of the Pandavas right up to the British Raj. Visit Jama Masjid, which is the largest mosque in India,commissioned by Emperor Shah Jahan. The courtyard of the mosque can hold about 25,000 worshippers. Enjoy a rickshaw ride in ChandniChowk, the busiest market in Old Delhi...noisy, chaotic and uniquely Indian. You will then drive past to the Red Fort, which was constructedduring the rule of Emperor Shah Jahan and served as the residence for the Mughal royal family. It continues to be significanttill date, as everyIndependence Day, the Prime Minister makes a speech from its ramparts asthe Indian flag is hoisted. Later, drive past President House andseveral other government buildings in Edwin Lutyen’s Delhi before you head toward Rajghat, the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi. This simplememorial marks the spot where Mahatma Gandhi was cremated in 1948. Thereafter, visit Humayun’s Tomb, commissioned by Humayun’s wifeHamida Banu Begum in 1562. It was the first garden tomb built in the Indian sub-continent where the Persian architect used red sandstone ona large scale. Later in the evening visit the Qutab Minar, which is the tallest brick minaret in the world; it was commissioned by QutbuddinAibak, the first Muslim ruler of Delhi.(Optional)-Attend a Sufi ceremony at Nizamuddin Dargah).Return back to Hotel. Overnight in Delhi.


Day 03 Delhi to Kalka

Early morning, get your pack breakfast from hotel and proceed for railway station to board your train for Kalka.Upon arrival, you will beassisted by ourrepresentative at Kalka railway station & proceed to Shimla. Overnight stay in Shimla.


Day 04 Trip to Kufri

Drive to Kufri after breakfast. This is a popular picnic spot located 16km from Shimla. You may hike on foot to the Mahasu Peak or pay for amuleride up the hill. Mahasu is the tallest peak in Kufri that gives tourists an amazing view of distant snow-capped peaks. Return to the hotelin the afternoon. In the evening, take a walk on Shimla’s famous boulevard, Mall Road. See fine specimens of colonial architecture, snack atthe various eateries in the market or shop for souvenirs. Overnight stay in Shimla.


Day 05 Drive from Shimla to Manali

After breakfast, drive towards Manali–Offers super views of the Dhauladharand Pir Panjal ranges, and with mountain adventures beckoningfrom all directions, Manali is a year-round magnet for tourists. Apart from temples, Manali is popular among adventure tourists coming fortrekking, paragliding, rafting and skiing. Check-in atthe hotel and spend evening at leisure. Overnight stay in Manali


Day 06 Manali

In morning after breakfast, go on an adventurous drive to Solang valley–a major attraction, without which the trip remains incomplete. Allabove mentionedadventure activities can be availed here at Solang Valley. Apart from activities, there are splendid views to enjoy in andaround the Solang Valley. Later, today visit popular Hadimba Temple, Naggar Castle and Art gallery. In the evening, go for awalk alongMall Road. Overnight stay in Manali.. 


Day 07 Day at Leisure - Manali

After breakfast, enjoy full day at leisure in Manali. Overnight stay in Manali


Day 8: Drive from Manali to Dharamshala


After breakfast, check-outfrom the hotel and drive to Dharamshala. Upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Spend the evening at leisure. Overnightstay in Dharamshala


Day 9: Sightseeing in Dharamshala


After breakfast, visit Tsuglagkhang Complex-Centre of Tibetan culture, which includes a museum and the residence of His Holiness DalaiLama–the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism. Later, visit popular monasteries, Tibetan medical center and the Church of St. John. Also, you may rejuvenate yourself with yoga and meditation retreats available in Dharamshala (optional). Overnight stay in Dharamshala



Day 10: Drive from Dharamshala to Amritsar


After early breakfast, drive to Amritsar-colloquially known as Ambarsar, is a spiritually significant city for the followers of Sikhism. The cityderives its name from the sacred pool, which was founded in 1574 by Guru Ram Das-the 4th Sikh guru. This holy pond circumscribes HarmandirSahib, which is popularly known as the Golden Temple amongst devotees. After check-in at the hotel, proceed to India-Pakistan border atWagah. Watch the‘Beating the Retreat’ceremony where soldiers of both countries bringdown their respective national flags in their uniquestyles. Evening return back to hotel. Overnight stay in Amritsa


Day 11: Sightseeing in Amritsar


After breakfast, proceed for half day sightseeing tour of Amritsar. Visit the Golden Temple...the most exalted of all Sikh shrines, drawingpilgrims from near and far for centuries. For the Sikh community the Harmandir Sahib Gurdwara Golden Temple is the final spiritual "vision,"journey's end or beginning. The Amrit Sarovar (pool of nectar), or the holy tank that encircles the Darbar Sahib, has given Amritsar its name.Later visit Jalianwala Bagh...a solemn reminder of the 2000 Indians killed and wounded here in the firing by the British in 1919. JalianwalaBagh commemorates the martyrs, keeping the tragic episode in its historical context. Today, one finds a small gallery, the well into which the crowds jumped to escape the hail of bullets, and a simple memorial. Overnight stay in Amritsar.


Day 12: Amritsar to Delhi


Early morning, get your packed breakfast from hotel and proceed for railway station to board your train for Delhi.Upon arrival, you will be assisted by our representative in Delhi. Overnight stay in Delhi


Day 13: Depart from Delhi

After breakfast, you will be transferred to Delhi and meet assistance at airport for return flight back home


PACKAGE INCLUSIONS:

  • 12 night accommodation in well-appointed rooms

  • Assistance at the airport & Hotel check-in / check-out

  • Sightseeing as per itinerary by private tourist vehicle

  • Entry Fee at the monuments

  • Train ticket for travel between Delhi to Kalka & Amritsar to Delhi in A/C chair car

  • Services of English-speaking guide during sightseeing tours

  • Drivers allowances, toll taxes and Govt. Service Tax

 

Sri Lanka

Amazing Sri Lanka

7 Nights / 8 Days 

Tour Price From Only £419pp

Board Basis: Bed and Breakfast

4* Hotels

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2 Night Kandy - 2 Nights Nuwara Eliya- 2 Nights Bentota -  1 Colombo 

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ITINERARY:


Day 01    Kandy 

Arrival Sri Lanka, you will be welcome by our Representative on Arrival and transfer to Kandy. En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage - Most important tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Volunteers and caretakers provide shelter and take care of orphaned, abandoned and injured elephants within the park. You can watch caretakers feed, bathe and help these gentle giants. You want walk with the herd to the nearby river to watch the elephants bathe and play around in water.

The best time to visit is the feeding time from 0930-1000 hrs and 1330-1400 hrs and the bathing time from 1000- 1030 hrs and 1400-1430 hrs when all the elephants are taken to the river close by.


Day 02    Kandy

After the breakfast engage in city tour of Kandy, including Upper Lake Drive, Market Square and the Home to sacred relic of the tooth of the Buddha Temple [Dalada Maligawa / Temple of the tooth relic]

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic  - ever since 4th Century A.D, when the Buddha’s Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka hidden from sacrilegious hands in an Orissan princess’ hair, the Relic has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. It is considered Sri Lanka’s most prized possession

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Peradeniya botanical garden in Sri Lanka and one of the best in the region. It dates back to the ancient kings of the country although the British changed the look of it. The British are said to have used the gardens to grow trees that could not be grown at Kew gardens. The large banyan tree, the orchid house, the suspension bridge, and the bats are some of the main attractions.

Cultural show - Sri Lanka, a country rich with culture & tradition offers a very vibrant and unique show of Sri Lankan traditional dances, in the form of Kandy cultural show. The beat a dancing from "Salupliya" depicting several demons, "Thelme" vibrant expression of low country rhythm, Fire and Harvest dances accompanied by Ceremonial Drums and the Drum Orchestra rising and falling to the lively tempo. As many as 12 different folk and traditional dances are performed by Kandy lake club dance troop within the span of one hour (Kandyan Art Association & Cultural Centre features daily shows at 17.00 hrs)


Day 03    Kandy – Nuwara Eliya

We request for an early departure so please enjoy your breakfast and proceed to Nuwara Eliya.

Nuwara Eliya - The ‘Little England’ of Sri Lanka, is set against beautiful backdrops of Mountains, Valleys, Waterfalls and Tea Plantations.  It is supposed to be one of the coldest places on the island, but is really just like an England spring day although the temperature does drop at night. All around Nuwara Eliya you will see evidence of the British influence.  Houses are like country cottages or Queen Ann style mansions.

Enroute Visit Ramboda Falls - Ramboda Falls is 109 m high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass.

Evening city tour of Nuwaraeliya

Hakgala Botanical Gardens - is one of the five botanical gardens in Sri Lanka. The garden was established in 1861, under George Henry Kendrick Thwaites as an experimental cultivation of Cinchona, a commercial crop thriving at the time. Once after the Tea replaced the Cinchona, it was turned into an experimental Tea cultivation. In 1884 it transformed to a garden. Since then many sub-tropical and some temperate plants were planted in the gardens. In the folklores, it says Sri Lankan demon King Ravana after abducting Sita, kept her hidden in this area and area was offered to Sita as a pleasure garden, the place finds mention in the Ramayana as Ashok Vatika. The area was named as "SitaEliya" and "Sita Amman Temple" was built on the site.

Gregory Lake - Lake Gregory is one of the significant tourist attractions in NuwaraEliya. It was built by the Governor William Gregory during 1872 – 1877 periods by utilizing the water from the Nanuoya which runs across the town. It is about 91.2 hectares in extent. It was said to be used for water sports and for re-recreational activities during the British rule. A boat yard now allows visitors to go boating and rowing.

Queen Victoria Park - The Victoria Park of NuwaraEliya said to be named to comorate the 60th Jubilee Coronation of Queen Victoria in the year 1897. Originally the park was used as the research field of Hakgala Botanical Garden which is located about 04 km away from the city center. It is known that this park was established by planting an Oak tree by a German Princes who visited NuwaraEliya


Day 04    Nuwaraeliya 

After breakfast proceed to Horton Plains (Optional – Van / Jeep must be hired separately to visit Horton Plains).

Horton Plains - The highest plateau at 7000ft (2134 meters) is a National Park, visited by tourists and a large number of Sri Lanka tourist’s .The Patnas in the lower parts, rising from the Marshes and streams extends up to the tree-line.  The trees, stunted by the wind and mist, covered with ‘Spagnum moss ‘ or old man’s beard, and the jungle is full of rare and endemic plants. The red flowered  Rhododendrons, or the ‘Niloos’ that blooms once in 12 years, and the Butterflies, Birds, found only in the hill areas, the ‘Bear Monkey,’ large herds of Sambhur, Leopard and other animals are found in the plains.

The ‘World End’ and ‘Little World End” with sheer drops of 3000ft to the plantation below and the beautiful scenery, are not found anywhere else in the country.


Day 05    Nuwaraeliya – Bentota

After breakfast at the hotel checkout and proceed to Bentota via Kithulgala. If you feel adventurous, the incredible experience of White Water Rafting awaits you at Kitulgala.  The 5km on the picturesque Kelani River run covers 5 major rapids and 4 minor ones. You will be in good hands with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing given by our white water rafting instructors beforehand.  Those who prefer to keep their feet dry can take it easy, relax and admire the beautiful views. 


Day 06    Bentota

After breakfast proceed to visit Kosgoda turtle farm & Madu river boat ride.

Kosgoda is famous for its sea turtle conservation project operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1988 to protect Sri Lanka’s turtles from extinction. Since then it has released about 3.5 million baby turtles into the wild. The hatchery pays fishermen for eggs that they collect at night along the long sandy beach. Although October to April is the main laying season, some eggs (mostly green turtles) can be found at Kosgoda throughout the year. The hatchery buries the eggs in sand, and when they hatch around 50 days later the baby turtles are released into the sea at night. Only about one in 1,000 turtles survive to maturity. Kosgoda turtle hatchery also has tanks for injured or disabled turtles, including albino turtles that would not survive in the wild.

Madu River Safari – Balapitya- Madu River, known in ancient text as Weliganga (Sandy River) is located in the coastal town of Balapitiya and is considered the last remaining tract of pristine mangrove forest in Sri Lanka after Bentota. A virgin habitat constituting a coastal wetland mangrove ecosystem and the fact that it's bio-locked, meaning that it's protected from outside influence to its native aquatic plant & animals. It has a high ecological and biological significance, also on record for being home to over 300 plant species from 95 families and 250 plus vertebrate families. The main reason for the existence of Madu River is the tides of the area.


Day 07    Bentota - Colombo

After breakfast checkout from the hotel and proceed to Colombo.  Evening proceed on Colombo city tour.

The National Museum of Colombo - Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Also known as the Sri Lanka National Museum, it is the largest museum in Colombo. Among its exhibits, it contains regalia of the 17th century Kandyan Kings.

Wolvendaal Church - Another relic of the Dutch period is this stone church on Wolvendaal Street, built in 1749. Worth looking at are the tombstones set into the floor, which were moved from a church within the Fort in 1813.The dates on the tombs of several Dutch governors, whose bones were reinterred here, reveal how risky life could have been for the Dutch conquerors: even during peacetime, the death toll from disease was high and many died after only a short stay in Colombo. Open during usual church hours.

Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple - Located amidst the calm waters of the Beira Lake, the Gangaramaya Temple complex is a vibrant venue located in the heart of the Business District. The complex consists of the Main Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple, the “SeemaMalaka” which is an assembly hall for monks and also a vocational training institute. The temple is over 120 years old while now it has been converted to an institution of International significance.

The Dutch Period Museum - Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Historical museums documenting Dutch colonial rule in Sri Lanka. Houses Dutch-inspired artifacts.

Nightlife - Colombo has a buzzing scene, with chill-out bars, casinos if you want to try your hand at roulette or baccarat, or cool clubs where you can party until dawn. (E.g. Bellagio Casino)


Day 08      Departure

After breakfast checkout from hotel and you will be transferred to Colombo International Airport to connect your flight back home

 
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11 Nights / 12 Days 

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1 Night Negombo - 2 Nights Dambulla - 2 Nights Kandy - 2 Nights Nuwaraeliya - 

1 Night Yala - 2 Nights Bentota - 1 Night Colombo

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ITINERARY:


Day 01    Airport – Negombo

Arrival Sri Lanka, you will be welcome by our Representative on Arrival and transfer to Negombo.

Negombo Beach - Negombo is a beautiful beach resort on the western coast of Sri Lanka. The wide sandy beaches and the safe sea are the major tourist attractions of Negombo bringing locals and tourists to enjoy a memorable beach holiday

Negombo Lagoon - The Negombo Lagoon covers an area of 3164 hectares. It is situated some 40 km north of Colombo. The Lagoon is part of the much larger Muthurawajawela Marsh and Negombo Lagoon coastal wetland. Apart from the single narrow opening to the sea at its northern end, the water depth within the lagoon is less than 2 m

Fishing in Negombo Lagoon - Negombo is a traditional fishing town of Sri Lanka. The fishermen of the Negombo lagoon live in abject poverty in small, thatched palm houses in villages on the water’s edge. They rely on traditional knowledge of the seasons for their livelihood, using outrigger canoes carved out of tree trunks and nylon nets to bring in modest catches from September through till April.

Dutch Fort - One of the most distinct tourist attractions in Negombo is undeniably the Old Dutch Fort. This is a structure that goes back to Sri Lanka’s colonial days when the nation was once under the rule of the Portuguese and then the Dutch. The city was encircled by an earth wall. Eventually the landmass on which the Old Dutch Fort Gate was constructed was regularly washed by the sea.

St. Mary’s Church - The coastal town of Negombo is an area in Sri Lanka that is dominated heavily by the Christian Faith and one of the town’s most important structures is St. Mary’s Church. This holy building is lavish and grand in nature, standing tall amidst other structure in the town. The church consists of three main levels which are immediately apparent when approaching the structure from the front.


Day 02    Negombo – Dambulla

After breakfast at hotel proceed to Dambulla. En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage - Most important tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Volunteers and caretakers provide shelter and take care of orphaned, abandoned and injured elephants within the park. You can watch caretakers feed, bathe and help these gentle giants. You want walk with the herd to the nearby river to watch the elephants bathe and play around in water.

The best time to visit is the feeding time from 0930-1000 hrs and 1330-1400 hrs and the bathing time from 1000- 1030 hrs and 1400-1430 hrs when all the elephants are taken to the river close by

Evening, set off to discover the 8th wonder of the world – the Sigiriya Rock Fortress.  Dating back to the 5th Century A.D, this astounding ‘city’ on the summit of a high outcrop was the royal citadel of King Kassapa for over 18 years.  A miraculous feat of artistry and engineering, its unique features and exquisite frescoes continue to amaze all who visit it, even today.  


Day 03    Dambulla

After the breakfast proceed to Anuradhapura ancient city en route visit Mihintale

Anuradhpura - The ruins of Anuradhapura are one of South Asia’s most evocative sights. The sprawling complex contains a rich collection of archaeological and architectural wonders: enormous dagobas, soaring brick towers, ancient pools and crumbling temples, built during Anuradhapura’s thousand years of rule over Sri Lanka. Today several of the sites remain in use as holy places and temples; frequent ceremonies give Anuradhapura a vibrancy that’s a sharp contrast to the ambience at Polonnaruwa. Current-day Anuradhapura is a rather pleasant albeit sprawling city. Mature trees shade the main guesthouse areas, and the main street is orderly compared to the ugly concrete agglomerations elsewhere.

Evening visit to Polonnaruwa - the Capital of Sri Lanka from 11th - 13th Century contains some splendid and spectacular status.  Lankatilake, Tivanka and Thuparama are the most beautiful and largest shrine ruins and Tivanka has the best example of frescoes of the Polonnaruwa period.  Rankot Vihara and Kiriwehera are well preserved large stupas, and Gal Vihare - a rock shrine, has four Buddha statues, two seated, one standing and one reclining and Parakrama Bahu statue are examples of Sinhalese stone carver. The Vata-da-ge is a unique creation of Sri Lankan artists.


Day 04    Dambulla - Kandy

Afterward proceed to Kandy, En route visit The Golden temple of Dambulla [Dambulla cave temple] & spice Garden.

Dambulla Cave Temple - is a vast isolated rock mass 500 feet high and a mile around the base. Here is found the famous Rock Temple dating to the First Century B.C. The caves of Dambulla sheltered King Walagamba during his 14 years of exile from Anuradhapura. When he regained the throne he built the most magnificent of Rock Temples to be found in the Island. In the first Cave is a recumbent image of the Buddha 47ft long cut out of the Rock. There are images of deities associated with Buddhism all around. The frescoes on the walls and the ceiling are the oldest here but they are over painted in the Kandy period. In the Second Cave, the finest and the largest of all, there are 150 life-size statues of the Buddha in various postures with few statues of Gods and Kings. The ceiling is also covered with frescoes, which depict great events in the life of the Buddha and landmarks in the history of the Sinhalese people


Day 05    Kandy

After the breakfast engage in city tour of Kandy, including Upper Lake Drive, Market Square and the Home to sacred relic of the tooth of the Buddha Temple [Dalada Maligawa / Temple of the tooth relic]

Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic  - ever since 4th Century A.D, when the Buddha’s Tooth was brought to Sri Lanka hidden from sacrilegious hands in an Orissan princess’ hair, the Relic has grown in repute and holiness in Sri Lanka and throughout the Buddhist world. It is considered Sri Lanka’s most prized possession

Peradeniya Botanical Gardens - Peradeniya botanical garden in Sri Lanka and one of the best in the region. It dates back to the ancient kings of the country although the British changed the look of it. The British are said to have used the gardens to grow trees that could not be grown at Kew gardens. The large banyan tree, the orchid house, the suspension bridge, and the bats are some of the main attractions.

Cultural show - Sri Lanka, a country rich with culture & tradition offers a very vibrant and unique show of Sri Lankan traditional dances, in the form of Kandy cultural show. The beat a dancing from "Salupliya" depicting several demons, "Thelme" vibrant expression of low country rhythm, Fire and Harvest dances accompanied by Ceremonial Drums and the Drum Orchestra rising and falling to the lively tempo. As many as 12 different folk and traditional dances are performed by Kandy lake club dance troop within the span of one hour (Kandyan Art Association & Cultural Centre features daily shows at 17.00 hrs)


Day 06    Kandy – Nuwaraeliya 

We request for an early departure so please enjoy your breakfast and proceed to NuwaraEliya.

Nuwara Eliya - The ‘Little England’ of Sri Lanka, is set against beautiful backdrops of Mountains, Valleys, Waterfalls and Tea Plantations.  It is supposed to be one of the coldest places on the island, but is really just like an England spring day although the temperature does drop at night. All around Nuwara Eliya you will see evidence of the British influence.  Houses are like country cottages or Queen Ann style mansions.

Enroute Visit Ramboda Falls - Ramboda Falls is 109 m high and 11th highest waterfall in Sri Lanka and 729th highest waterfall in the world. It is situated in Pussellawa area, on the A5 highway at Ramboda Pass.

Evening city tour of Nuwaraeliya

Hakgala Botanical Gardens - is one of the five botanical gardens in Sri Lanka. The garden was established in 1861, under George Henry Kendrick Thwaites as an experimental cultivation of Cinchona, a commercial crop thriving at the time. Once after the Tea replaced the Cinchona, it was turned into an experimental Tea cultivation. In 1884 it transformed to a garden. Since then many sub-tropical and some temperate plants were planted in the gardens.In the folklores, it says Sri Lankan demon King Ravana after abducting Sita, kept her hidden in this area and area was offered to Sita as a pleasure garden, the place finds mention in the Ramayana as Ashok Vatika. The area was named as "SitaEliya" and "Sita Amman Temple" was built on the site.

Gregory Lake - Lake Gregory is one of the significant tourist attractions in NuwaraEliya. It was built by the Governor William Gregory during 1872 – 1877 periods by utilizing the water from the Nanuoya which runs across the town. It is about 91.2 hectares in extent. It was said to be used for water sports and for re-recreational activities during the British rule. A boat yard now allows visitors to go boating and rowing.

Queen Victoria Park - The Victoria Park of NuwaraEliya said to be named to comorate the 60th Jubilee Coronation of Queen Victoria in the year 1897. Originally the park was used as the research field of Hakgala Botanical Garden which is located about 04 km away from the city center. It is known that this park was established by planting an Oak tree by a German Princes who visited NuwaraEliya


Day 07    Nuwaraeliya 

After breakfast day is at leisure or you can proceed to Horton Plains (Optional – Van / Jeep must be hired separately to visit Horton Plains).

Horton Plains - The highest plateau at 7000ft (2134 meters) is a National Park, visited by tourists and a large number of Sri Lanka tourist’s .The Patnas in the lower parts, rising from the Marshes and streams extends up to the tree-line.  The trees, stunted by the wind and mist, covered with ‘Spagnum moss ‘ or old man’s beard, and the jungle is full of rare and endemic plants. The red flowered  Rhododendrons, or the ‘Niloos’ that blooms once in 12 years, and the Butterflies, Birds, found only in the hill areas, the ‘Bear Monkey,’ large herds of Sambhur, Leopard and other animals are found in the plains.

The ‘World End’ and ‘Little World End” with sheer drops of 3000ft to the plantation below and the beautiful scenery, are not found anywhere else in the country.


Day 08    Nuwaraeliya – Yala

After breakfast at the hotel checkout and proceed to Yala.

Enroute visit Little Adam’s Peak - Punchi Sri Pada” is another name for this peak. It is 1141 m in height. Little Adam’s Peak attracts many travelers who come to Sri Lanka. Gradually with an easy hike up to the mountain of Little Adams Peak you can consummation a worth panoramic view. You have to walk through lush green tea plantations, waterfalls and paddy fields while enjoying the sceneries. It will be priceless if you could visit the place in the morning when the clouds roll in. Further places like Little Adams Peak deliberates ‘How far Sri Lanka is worth and rich with beautiful natural destinations of Sri Lankan tourism’. It will feel like a neck exercise for the visitors as you have to rotate your body to seek the views outstanding for 360 degrees


Enroute The Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Sri Lanka. This popular falls has its roots connected to the famous Indian epic, the Ramayana. The Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) has been named after the brawny daemon, Ravana. According to the epic, it is said that after kidnapping Sita, Ravana, the king of Sri Lanka had hidden her at the caves behind this waterfall. The cave came to be known as Ravana Ella cave. The place was at that time thick afforested region in the midst of wilderness. It is believed that Rama’s queen wandered around this place while she was confined. She also bathed in a pool that accumulated the water falling from these Ravana Falls.


Day 09    Yala – Bentota

Enjoy Morning safari at Yala national park and return back to hotel. 

The Yala national park - The Yala National Park is the most famous wildlife sanctuary in Sri Lanka and this vast reserve is home to a multitude of fascinating wildlife as well as plant life. Deer, peacocks, wild boar, bears and herds of wild elephants are just some of the creatures that live here. Yala is also known as one of the best places to spot the ever illusive Sri Lankan leopard and is also home to an amazing array of endemic birds. Explore this amazing realm in a jeep safari escorted by experienced and knowledgeable guides and trackers and see for yourself the amazing creatures that inhabit it.

After lunch proceed to Bentota

Enroute visit city of Galle - Today’s town has grown greatly and spreads into the surroundings but the Fort is the slow beating heart of Galle‘s history. The walled city has stood since the early sixteenth century, through the Colonial periods of the Portuguese, Dutch and British and in our present times is proclaimed as an Archaeological Reserve and has been identified as a living World Heritage Site. The etymology of the name Galle is explained as probably an altered form of the Sinhalese word “gala”: a cattle fold or posting-place from which the Portuguese named it Point-de-Galle. The simpler and more popular theory is found in the similarity of the Sinhalese word: gala, for rock, which the Portuguese duplicated by adopting the Latin word: Gallus, for rooster. They thus designed the coat-of-arms of the city as that of a rooster standing upon a rocky perch.

Bentota and its breathtaking sandy beach pretty much transforms your dreams and visions of a tropical paradise into an everyday reality. Located close to the Southern tip of the Island of Sri Lanka and only about 200 km from the Equator, this secluded crescent shaped beach is the perfect place to sit back, relax and forget about all the hustle and bustle of your other life that’s a million miles away. This small sandy tropical beach boasts some of Sri Lanka’s best and most stunning sunsets and sunrises.

Day 10  Bentota 

After breakfast proceed to visit Kosgoda turtle farm & Madu river boat ride.

Kosgoda is famous for its sea turtle conservation project operated by the Wild Life Protection Society of Sri Lanka. It was established in 1988 to protect Sri Lanka’s turtles from extinction. Since then it has released about 3.5 million baby turtles into the wild. The hatchery pays fishermen for eggs that they collect at night along the long sandy beach. Although October to April is the main laying season, some eggs (mostly green turtles) can be found at Kosgoda throughout the year. The hatchery buries the eggs in sand, and when they hatch around 50 days later the baby turtles are released into the sea at night. Only about one in 1,000 turtles survive to maturity. Kosgoda turtle hatchery also has tanks for injured or disabled turtles, including albino turtles that would not survive in the wild.

Madu River Safari – Balapitya- Madu River, known in ancient text as Weliganga (Sandy River) is located in the coastal town of Balapitiya and is considered the last remaining tract of pristine mangrove forest in Sri Lanka after Bentota. A virgin habitat constituting a coastal wetland mangrove ecosystem and the fact that it's bio-locked, meaning that it's protected from outside influence to its native aquatic plant & animals. It has a high ecological and biological significance, also on record for being home to over 300 plant species from 95 families and 250 plus vertebrate families. The main reason for the existence of Madu River is the tides of the area.


Day 11    Bentota - Colombo

After breakfast checkout from the hotel and proceed to Colombo.  Evening proceed on Colombo city tour.

The National Museum of Colombo - Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Also known as the Sri Lanka National Museum, it is the largest museum in Colombo. Among its exhibits, it contains regalia of the 17th century Kandyan Kings.

Wolvendaal Church - Another relic of the Dutch period is this stone church on Wolvendaal Street, built in 1749. Worth looking at are the tombstones set into the floor, which were moved from a church within the Fort in 1813.The dates on the tombs of several Dutch governors, whose bones were reinterred here, reveal how risky life could have been for the Dutch conquerors: even during peacetime, the death toll from disease was high and many died after only a short stay in Colombo. Open during usual church hours.

Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple - Located amidst the calm waters of the Beira Lake, the Gangaramaya Temple complex is a vibrant venue located in the heart of the Business District. The complex consists of the Main Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple, the “SeemaMalaka” which is an assembly hall for monks and also a vocational training institute. The temple is over 120 years old while now it has been converted to an institution of International significance.

The Dutch Period Museum - Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Historical museums documenting Dutch colonial rule in Sri Lanka. Houses Dutch-inspired artifacts.

Nightlife - Colombo has a buzzing scene, with chill-out bars, casinos if you want to try your hand at roulette or baccarat, or cool clubs where you can party until dawn. (E.g. Bellagio Casino)


Day 12    Departure

After breakfast checkout from hotel and you will be transferred to Colombo International Airport to connect your flight back home. 

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS:

  • Accommodation on Breakfast basis.

  • All transfers & sightseeing in an air-conditioned vehicle.

  • Service of English speaking chauffeur guide

  • Breakfast starts from Day 02.

  • En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

  • City tour of Anuradhpura

  • City Tour of Polonnaruwa

  • Visit to Dambulla Cave Temple

  • Visit to Sigiriya Rock Fortress

  • Kandy City Tour

  • Nuwaraeliya City Tour

  • Bentota City Tour

  • Colombo City Tour

  • During Tours 02 Bottles (500 ml)  of mineral water per person per day 

 
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2 Night Anuradhpura - 2 Nights Dambulla - 1 Nights Colombo 

This offer does not include flights. Regional departures are available upon request. 

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ITINERARY:


Day 01    Airport - Anuradhpura  

Arrival Sri Lanka, you will be welcome by our Representative on Arrival and transfer to Anuradhpura. Check-in at the hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel. En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage - Most important tourist attractions in Sri Lanka, the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage. Volunteers and caretakers provide shelter and take care of orphaned, abandoned and injured elephants within the park. You can watch caretakers feed, bathe and help these gentle giants. You want walk with the herd to the nearby river to watch the elephants bathe and play around in water. The best time to visit is the feeding time from 0930-1000 hrs and 1330-1400 hrs and the bathing time from 1000- 1030 hrs and 1400-1430 hrs when all the elephants are taken to the river close by.


Day 02    Anuradhapura  – Wilapattu

After having breakfast at the hotel proceed to Wilpattu for a safari. Return back to hotel.

Anuradhpura - The ruins of Anuradhapura are one of South Asia’s most evocative sights. The sprawling complex contains a rich collection of archaeological and architectural wonders: enormous dagobas, soaring brick towers, ancient pools and crumbling temples, built during Anuradhapura’s thousand years of rule over Sri Lanka. Today several of the sites remain in use as holy places and temples; frequent ceremonies give Anuradhapura a vibrancy that’s a sharp contrast to the ambience at Polonnaruwa. Current-day Anuradhapura is a rather pleasant albeit sprawling city. Mature trees shade the main guesthouse areas, and the main street is orderly compared to the ugly concrete agglomerations elsewhere.

Wilpattu - Land of Lakes is a park located on the island of Sri Lanka. The unique feature of this park is the existence of "Willus" (Natural lakes) - Natural, sand-rimmed water basins or depressions that fill with rainwater. Located in the Northwest coast lowland dry zone of Sri Lanka. The park is located 30 km west Anuradhapura and located 26 km north of Puttalam (approximately 180 km north of Colombo). The park is 131, 693 hectares and ranges from 0 to 152 meters above sea level. Nearly sixty lakes (Willu) and tanks are found spread throughout Wilpattu. Wilpattu is the largest and one of the oldest National in Sri Lanka. Wilpattu is among the top national parks world-renowned for its leopard (Panthera pardus kotiya) population.


Day 03    Anuradhpura - Dambulla

After having breakfast at the hotel proceed to Dambulla. En route visit Minneriya national park and enjoy the largest elephant gathering in south Asia. Evening visit Dambulla cave temple. 

Minneriya National Park affords the opportunity to sight herds of Elephants throughout the year. May to October is the best period to visit Minneriya National Park in view of the famous Gathering of the wild elephants. Gathering is the largest known meeting place of Asian Elephants in the world. During this period herds up to 300 elephants are seen at the 8,890 hectare park within a few square kilometers of the Minneriya Reservoir. In August and September each year during the dry season, wild elephants from the surrounding wilderness in search of food and water, makes their way to the shores of the Minneriya Reservoir adjoining the Minneriya National Park. Huge herd of elephants, sometimes numbering up to 300, converge together within a few square kilometers of the lake. This Elephant Gathering is a thrilling spectacle that would be remembered for rest of the life of all those who were fortunate to witness it.

Dambulla Cave Temple - is a vast isolated rock mass 500 feet high and a mile around the base. Here is found the famous Rock Temple dating to the First Century B.C. The caves of Dambulla sheltered King Walagamba during his 14 years of exile from Anuradhapura. When he regained the throne he built the most magnificent of Rock Temples to be found in the Island. In the first Cave is a recumbent image of the Buddha 47ft long cut out of the Rock. There are images of deities associated with Buddhism all around. The frescoes on the walls and the ceiling are the oldest here but they are over painted in the Kandy period. In the Second Cave, the finest and the largest of all, there are 150 life-size statues of the Buddha in various postures with few statues of Gods and Kings. The ceiling is also covered with frescoes, which depict great events in the life of the Buddha and landmarks in the history of the Sinhalese people.


Day 04    Dambulla

After breakfast, set off to discover the 8th wonder of the world – the Sigiriya Rock Fortress.  Dating back to the 5th Century A.D, this astounding ‘city’ on the summit of a high outcrop was the royal citadel of King Kassapa for over 18 years.  A miraculous feat of artistry and engineering, its unique features and exquisite frescoes continue to amaze all who visit it, even today.  

Evening proceed to Kaudulla National Park - Apart from the elephants, Kaudulla National Park is home to 23 species of mammals including Sambar Deer, Sri Lankan Axis Deer, Chevrotain, Wild boar, Leopard, and Sloth Bear are other mammals. Very rarely one could spot leopard and sloth bears. The best period of time to visit this park is during the months of June to September. Tourists find a ride in Paddle-boats on the lake an excellent opportunity to enjoy bird watching.


Day 05     Dambulla – Colombo 

After breakfast checkout from the hotel and you will be transferred to Colombo. Evening proceed on Colombo city tour.

The National Museum of Colombo

Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Also known as the Sri Lanka National Museum, it is the largest museum in Colombo. Among its exhibits, it contains regalia of the 17th century Kandyan Kings.

Wolvendaal Church

Another relic of the Dutch period is this stone church on Wolvendaal Street, built in 1749. Worth looking at are the tombstones set into the floor, which were moved from a church within the Fort in 1813. The dates on the tombs of several Dutch governors, whose bones were reinterred here, reveal how risky life could have been for the Dutch conquerors: even during peacetime, the death toll from disease was high and many died after only a short stay in Colombo. Open during usual church hours.

Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple

Located amidst the calm waters of the Beira Lake, the Gangaramaya Temple complex is a vibrant venue located in the heart of the Business District. The complex consists of the Main Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple, the “SeemaMalaka” which is an assembly hall for monks and also a vocational training institute. The temple is over 120 years old while now it has been converted to an institution of International significance. 

The Dutch Period Museum


Closed Fridays and all public holidays. 09:00-17:00. Historical museums documenting Dutch colonial rule in Sri Lanka. Houses Dutch-inspired artifacts.


Nightlife

Colombo has a buzzing scene, with chill-out bars, casinos if you want to try your hand at roulette or baccarat, or cool clubs where you can party until dawn. (E.g. Bellagio Casino)



Day 06    Departure

After breakfast checkout from hotel and you will be transferred to Colombo International Airport to connect your flight back home



PACKAGE INCLUSIONS:

  • All Accommodation on Breakfast basis

  • All transfers & sightseeing in an air-conditioned vehicle

  • Service of English speaking chauffeur driver cum guide

  • Breakfast starts from Day 02

  • En route visit Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

  • Anuradhpura City Tour

  • Visit to Dambulla Caves Temple

  • Visit to Sigiriya Rock Fortress

  • Colombo City Tour

  • Visit to National Parks as per itinerary

  • During Tours 02 Bottles (500 ml)  of mineral water per person per day 

 

Elephant Hills Thailand

All Elephant Hills tour packages are fully inclusive of accommodation, full board, activities as per chosen itinerary, a fully trained, TAT-licensed English-speaking Thai tour guide as well as joint transfers to and from Elephant Hills.

This offer does not include flights. Regional departures are available upon request. Call to book now! 


This offer is subject to availability


ITINERARIES


2 DAYS & 1 NIGHT

1 Night at The Elephant Camp


From £369.00 pp


1st Days Activities: The Amazing Elephant Experience.


  • Transfer from the airport or hotel to Elephant Hills Camp in Khao Sok.

  • Elephant Hills Elephant Experience: Feeding, washing and interacting with Asia’s largest land animal. A really touching experience in an almost untouched environment.

  • Canoe Safari down the Sok River. Sit back and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Khao Sok.

  • Evening Activities: movie presentation, dance performances and cooking demonstration.


2nd Days Activities: Fabulous Rainforest.


  • Jungle trekking by foot through Southern Thailand’s unique rainforest environment.

  • Return to Elephant Hills and onward transfer to your next hotel or the airport.



3 DAYS & 2 NIGHTS


2 nights at The Elephant Camp, day trip to the floating Rainforest Camp


From £549.00 pp



1st Days Activities: The Amazing Elephant Experience.


  • Transfer from the airport or hotel to Elephant Hills Camp in Khao Sok.

  • Elephant Hills Elephant Experience: Feeding, washing and interacting with Asia’s largest land animal. A really touching experience in an almost untouched environment.


  • Canoe Safari down the Sok River. Sit back and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Khao Sok.

  • Evening Activities: movie presentation, dance performances and cooking demonstration.

2nd Day: Spectacular Cheow Larn Lake.


  • Visit a local market in Takhun to experience Thailand’s rural lifestyle.

  • Boat Trip. Sightseeing in a traditional longtail boat on Cheow Larn Lake.

  • Lunch and free time at the Rainforest Camp. Self paddle canoes are available to explore the spectacular surrounding. Return to Elephant Hills in the late afternoon.

  • Evening Activities: movie presentation, dance performances and cooking demonstration

3rd Days Activities: Fabulous Rainforest.


  • Jungle trekking by foot through Southern Thailand’s unique rainforest environment.

  • Return to Elephant Hills and onward transfer to your next hotel or the airport.

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