13 Days Tour in Sri Lanka

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Adventure Tour Package | 13 Days 12 Nights

Adventure tour package in Srilanka targeted for adventure and wildlife lovers. If you are looking for a holiday package with some adventures activities this package suit for you. Package covers hiking, trekking, camping and leisure experiences. During the special 11 days tour, trek through the rural pathways, enjoying the nature at its best and explore the traditional routine life styles of the villagers in Sri Lanka. Take to the rapids on a gripping white water rafting excursion, abseil along a breathtaking waterfall, trek and mountain. 

     As a nature lover, adventure tour in Sri Lanka would be a great opportunity to observe the natural flora and fauna in Sri Lanka including many varieties of tropical plants, mammals, birds etc. In the end you will have a great opportunity relax and unwind the golden beach Negombo in Srilanka. 



  • Kithulgala rafting activities and bird watching sanctuary

  • Nuwaraeliya and Horton plains national park

  • Ella gap, Nine arch bridge and Ella village

  • Mini Adams peak and Rawana water falls

  • Lipton’s seat and Adisham bungalow

  • Belihuloya water falls

  • Bambarakanda Waterfall

  • Belihul Oya – Pahanthudawa Water falls

Inclusions :

  • Accomodation in three star hotels

  • Daily breakfast

  • Private / Semi Luxury Vehicle

  • English speaking chauffeur

  • Airport Transfers

  • Parking and paging at the airport

  • Highway Toll-Free

  • Fuel surcharges and service fees included

  • Including all taxes & Service charges

Exclusions :

  • Lunch, Dinner

  • Entry fee charges, Music/Site Tickets

  • Drinks, Laundry, Telephone Calls, Tips, Etc.

  • Early Check In & Late Check Out Charges

  • Airfare: Airfare Tips, Bar, Laundry & any other expenses not mentioned in inclusions


itinarary :

Airport – Negombo

After you pick up from Airport, you will proceed to Negombo.

Negombo is a modest beach town located close to Bandaranaike International Airport. With a stash of decent hotels and restaurants to suit all pockets, a friendly local community, an interesting old quarter and a reasonable (though polluted) beach, Negombo is a much easier place to get your Sri Lankan feet than Colombo. The Dutch captured the town from the Portuguese in 1640, lost it, and then captured it again in 1644. The British then took it from them in 1796 without a struggle. Negombo was one of the most important sources of cinnamon during the Dutch era, and there are still reminders of the European days.


•           Visit Negombo city,

•           Fish market,

•           Dutch fort,

•           Visit Dutch Canal,

•           Dutch Canal or Muthurajawela Marsh private boat tour

Negombo – Kitulgala

After Breakfast Proceed to Kitulgala

Kitulgala is a popular adventure-sports centre located amid thickly forested hills. Most visitors are the young and energetic of Colombo, but foreign visitors are also starting to discover the region’s white-water rafting, jungle trekking, birdwatching and cave exploration etc.

Experience White Water Rafting in the picturesque Kelani River in Kitulgala covering 5 major rapids and 4 minor rapids. This activity is for anyone above the age of 10 years with safety gear, modern rafts, and a comprehensive safety briefing will be given by our white-water rafting instructors beforehand.

  • White water rafting and arrive at Kitulgala Adventures Camp for lunch
  • Mountain biking trail of 1 ½ hours to the top of a waterfall and then abseil the waterfall.
  • Over Night stay at Kitulgala Adventure Camp

Leisure at Kitulgala

  • Early Bird watching trails
  • Rain forest trail followed by Stream slides and confidence jumps
  • Trekking to Pre-Historical Cave

Kitulgala – Nuwara Eliya

Proceed to Nuwara Eliya

Nuwara Eliya city is an enchanting city in Sri Lanka that is located in the uplands of the island. The city is dearly known as the ‘Little England’ as the climate and the colonial architecture is more alike to that of England. The views from the mountain are splendid. When you walk through the beautiful tea plantations of world-famous Ceylon Tea, you will explore the making of this legendary tea.

  • After Breakfast in Ella, proceed to Horton Plain
  • Visit Gregory’s Lake (able to take a boat ride on the beautiful Gregory’s Lake)

Haggala Botanical Garden

Nuwara Eliya – Ella

After Breakfast proceed to Ella

Ella is the perfect setting for the many adventure activities. Ella is the perfect place to just be. To listen to the silence. To experience the beauty. The splendour of mother nature at her very finest. The series of waterfalls bordering the premises creates a unique nature experience.

o Zip Line

o Nature Trek & Confidence Jump at Natural Rock Pool

o Slithering Rope

o Toddy Tapper o Monkey Rope

Leisure at Ella

After Breakfast Visit Ella Sights

  • Ella Gap
  • Trekking to Mini Worlds End
  • Visit Nine Arch
  • Train Tour
  • Rawana Water fall

Ella – Haputale

After Breakfast Proceed to Haputale. En-route visit Lipton’s Seat.

Lipton’s Seat

Lipton’s Seat, the famous viewpoint where Sir Thomas Lipton used to sit and contemplate his plantation with its stony landscape and green tea bushes. On good weather conditions, you will witness some incredible panoramic views you would ever find in the hill-country. Once you get to the summit of Lipton’s Seat, you will have a bird’s eye view of the Uva, Sabaragamuwa, Central and Eastern provinces in the perspective of Thomas Lipton himself. To say the view is spectacular would be an understatement. The climb is worth it just for this.

On a clear day, you should be able to spot the Handapanagala Lake, the Chandrika Lake and the Udawalawe Lake as well as the Wedihiti Kanda mountain range and, if you’re lucky, the Hambantota port.

Then proceed to Adisham Bungalow

This beautiful Benedictine monastery once belonged to tea planter Sir Thomas Lester Villiers. A stone made bungalow with Beautiful flowers garden. Over Night stay at Haputale

Leisure at Haputale

After Breakfast walking to the top of the second highest waterfall in Sri Lanka

From the top there are several infinity pools that offer phenomenal views and are the perfect place to cool down from the heat. It’s also worth seeing the falls from the bottom too.

Tree trail in the evening

Overnight stay at Haputale

Haputale – Bambarakanda Waterfall

After Breakfast Procced for Bambarakanda Waterfall Trekking

Sri Lanka Lanka’s highest waterfall. The crest has a beautiful miniature waterfall and a large pool which feeds the main falls.

Then trekking to Wangedigala

It is a mountain range that you can walk along and enjoy the view. Then you will be passing through an area called “Devil’s staircase” a very narrow with three hair pin bends and at the end of this the tea estate the scenery come more fascinating. Then trek to Sri

Over Night stay at the camping site

Bambarakanda Waterfall – Belihul Oya

After breakfast proceed to Belihul Oya. En -route visit to Surathalee Ella Water Fall.

Then trk to Nonpareil Estate and Hiri Katu Oya

Nonpareil is an estate(s) and is located in Sabaragamuwa, Sri Lanka. The estimate terrain elevation above sea level is 1597 meters.

Hirikatu Oya is a relatively unknown stream originating from Nonpareil Estate. This oya creates number of cascades most without names but one bigger cascade known as Nonpareil Estate Falls can be seen on the road which leads to Horton Plains through the Nonpareil Estate. This waterfall cascades in 3 segments.

Overnight stay at Hirikatu Oya camping site

Belihul Oya – Pahanthudawa Water falls

After Breakfast visit to Pahanthudawa water falls.

The waterfall is a branch of the Belihuloya reservoir which falls across the limits of sabaragamuwa. The waterfall is named as “pahanthudawa” as it forms at the base, a pool in the shape of the wick of the lamp. Reaching the top of the fall itself is quite a hike as it runs through the jungle but upon reaching its top and enjoying the beauty you will realize it’s never a waste.

Then Visit Samanala Wewa

The Samanalawewa reservoir, formed by a 100m high embankment dam, is one of the largest reservoirs in Sri Lanka built in the recent times. Over Night stay at Belihuloya

Pahanthudawa Water falls – Kuruvita

After breakfast proceed to Kuruvita

En-Route visit Rathnapura Gem mines.

Sri Lanka has earned its namesake as the ‘Gem Island’ or ‘Island of Gems’ (Ratna Dweepa), with its abundance of corundum gems, chrysoberyl and alexandrite, garnet, moonstone, peridot, spinel, topaz, tourmaline, and zircon. The mines are around 100 ft (30 m) deep, each with a series of interconnecting tunnels.

The mining operation for gems has been virtually the same since the days of Alexander the Great except for the modern addition of the water pumps for de-watering the pits. The supports for the excavations are still mostly the logs. Labour is provided as a share to the earnings as well as the equipment, materials and expenses such as food for workers.

Visit the Gem Museum in Ratnapura

The Ratnapura Gem Museum holds a breathtaking display of samples of precious and semi-precious stones that include Sapphires, Rubies, and Amethysts. In addition, there are also exhibited pictures, tools and other items that illustrate the history and methodology of this industry.

Visit Batadomba Lena Cave

Batadombalena is an archaeological site with evidence of habitation from 8,000 years BCE, Balangoda Man. 4 km from that point is a mountain pathway through the Batadombalena woods save. At the foothill lies a tea ranch through which the way begins. It leads up the slope for 2 km over surging streams and rock strewn way before ending at the passage to the shelter.The view from the cavern momentous and the vista contains moving slopes, green mountains, silver streams and biodiversity rich backwoods .

Afternoon visit Bopath Ella Water Fall

Over Night stay at a Camping site

Kuruvita – Airport

After breakfast proceed to airport.

Guide will comfortably take you back to the international airport to end your pleasant journey

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