When you travelling to Sri Lanka and you have only a short time? discover Sri Lanka with our large variation Sri Lanka 1 day tour packages. Day trips from Galle or Colombo. Explore the Ancient city of Anuradhapura, bring a visit to the impressive Dambulla Cave Temple and climb the famous Sigiriya rock with a day tour. Visit Kandy and the Elephant orphanage in Pinnawala or Galle and Hikkaduwa. make your choice from our Sri Lanka day trips below..
We pick you up at 6:30 from your location We leave for Kandy, On route we stop at a Pineapple garden, after this visit we proceed to the Elephant Orphange in Pinnawala. Around 9:15 start the feeding time the Baby Elephants getting their milk, Around 10:00 the Elephants going for a bath in the river. after our visit at Pinnawala we proceed to the Elephant riding place, here you can decide to take a ride on a Elephant through the jungle. After our visit at the Elephant riding place We proceed to Kandy. The name Kandy is derived from the Sinhalese. The Portuguese shortened this to "Candea", using the name for both the kingdom and its capital Senkadagalapura. In Sinhala, Kandy is called Maha Nuvara, meaning "Great City" or "Capital", although this is most often shortened to Nuvara. We will visit a spice and herbal garden, the Botanical garden, make a visit to the Kandy Temple Dalada Maligawa Temple of the Tooth, we visit the gem museum, see a batic factory, silk factory and on the way back we will visit a tea factory.
At 06.30 a.m. in the morning we start the safari in Yala National park by Jeep. It’s about 5 hours safari and back to the Hotel for Breakfast. On the way back you can visit Weherahena temple. This temple consists of all the main features such as chetiya (pagoda) sacred Bo-tree and Samadhi Buddha statue. The walls of the tunnel temple are adorned with Buddha frescoes. According to the historical records, the tunnel temple frescoes narrate the Jathaka stories (legends) of Ummagga Jathaka and Umandawa which were written about Pandit Mahewushada (mahoushadha).
At 06.30 a.m. in the morning we start the our tours to Udawalawa. Each visitor to the Udawalawe National Park will definitely acquire unforgettable memories and valuable experiences as they enjoy the alluring beauty of the fauna and flora as well as the spectacular scenery of the area. If you have such memories and experiences, we invite you to share them with us and tell the whole world!
Galle to Sinharaja Rain Forest and back to Galle. Sinharaja is a unique rain forest in the world. Most of the endemic plants and animals can be found here. It is about 9000 Hectares in extent. It is a home to many rare animals,birds,butterflies,insects,reptiles and trees. It is gift of nature for the nature lovers.
It is a memory that you definitely take back with you. The tranquility, cool breeze of crystal water streams blended with bird song. Also a chance of spending the night in Sinharaja where the atmosphere is so great and romantic.
The ever smiling, mischievous dolphins will put on a show while some of the oldest and the largest sea creatures, the humpback and the blue whales, will nonchalantly glide past you, when you embark on a whale/ dolphin watching excursion off the Southern, Eastern or the West coast of Sri Lanka. The ideal locations for whale watching would be Dondra Point (accessible from Galle, Hikkaduwa and Mirissa) and Trincomalee while the sea off Kalpitiya teems with an abundance of dolphins.
We pick you up at 6:00 Am, We leave for Galle the first stop is at Kosgoda where we will visit the turtle farm, After we visit the turtle farm, we continue our journey to Galle, Galle is the best example of a fortified city built by Europeans in south and southeast Asia, showing the interaction between European architectural styles and south Asian traditions. The Galle fort is a world heritage site and the largest remaining fortress in Asia built by European occupiers.When we arrived in Galle we sight seeing the city, visit the Dutch fort, the Galle Museum, a old Dutch church and the British church , We proceed and see the stick Fishermen sit on sticks while fishing in the traditional way.