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On arrival to Katunayaka International Airport, Vishwa Lanka Tours Representative will welcome you at the Airport and will proceed to Negambo. Negombo is a city on the west coast of Sri Lanka, north of the capital city of Colombo. Near the embankment in the remains of a Dutch fortress of the seventeenth century there is a prison. The lagoon of Negombo, surrounded by fishermen's houses, feeds on the channels of Hamilton from the Dutch time. The channel goes the south of Colombo. The neoclassical church of Santa María, built in the 1920s, has ceilings dotted with bright the religious paintings. Overnight: Negambo
02nd day morning you will proceed to Nuwara Eliya, Nuwara Eliya is a city in the tea hills in the center of Sri Lanka. Under landscaping botanical garden and a natural pink tree, presented Hakgala, ferns, home of the blue monkeys, and forty years. The nearby Seetha Amman temple, a colorful Hindu temple, is adorned with religious figures. Galway National Park: a sanctuary for migratory and endemic bird species, including the flycatcher and Bulbul. Overnight: Nuwara Eliya
Early in the morning after the breakfast, you continue to Yala. Yala National Park is the second most visited national park in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, as well as adjacent parks. Such blocks have individual names, such as Ruhuna national parks (block 1) and the Cumana National Park or "Middle Yala" for the region. Located in the country and located in the southern province of Uva and the southeast region. The park occupies 979 square kilometers (378 square miles) and is approximately 300 kilometers (190 miles) from Colombo. Yala designated as wildlife conservation in the year 1900, and in collaboration with Vilpattu is one of the first two national parks of Sri Lanka, which was established in 1938. The park is famous for its diversity of wildlife. It is important to conserve elephants in Sri Lanka and the Sri Lankan leopard. Overnight: Yala
Transfer Udawalawe Elephant Home - an entity that is managed in a national park in Sri Lanka, was established in 1995 by the Ministry of Wildlife Conservation in Sri Lanka. The ultimate goal is to rehabilitate orphaned elephant children for their last outing in nature. The Udawalawe National Park is located on the border between Sabaragamuwa and the provinces of Uva, Sri Lanka. The national park was created to provide protection to wild animals were removed from the construction of the dam on the Valava Uvalawe River and to protect the reservoir. This reserve covers an area of 30,821 hectares (119,000 square miles) and was founded on June 30, 1972. Before the creation of a national park, this area is used to change the culture (chena nursery). The farmers retire gradually after the declaration of the national park. The park is located 165 kilometers (103 miles) from Colombo. Udala is an important habitat for waterfowl and elephants in Sri Lanka. It is a popular tourist destination and the third most visited park in the country. Overnight: Udawalawa
After the breakfast your journey will be heading to The Sinharaja forest reserve is a national park and an access point for biodiversity in Sri Lanka. It is of international interest and has been designated as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and a World Heritage Site. The virgin forest of hills, which is part of the Ecuadorian jungle in Sri Lanka, was saved from the worst harvest due to inaccessibility and was named World Biosphere Reserve in 1978 and a World Heritage Site in 1988. The name was translated by the real lion reserve. The reserves only 21 km from east to west and no more than 7 km from north to south, but it is a treasure trove of endemic species, including trees, insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Due to the dense vegetation, wildlife does not look like a dryland national park, like Yala. There are around 3 elephants and there are rarely around 15 leopards. The most common mammals are endemic veins with purple faces. The interesting phenomenon is that the birds tend to move in a mixed group, always led by a big, bold drongo, raccoons and noisy orange bums Of the 26 endemic birds of Sri Lanka, 20 species of tropical forests have been found here, including hard-to-reach red-faced, green-skinned Malkhoha and the Syriac Kouval dove of Sri Lanka. Reptiles, including endemic snake nest green and bent viper, as well as a large number of amphibians, especially tree frogs. Invertebrates include butterflies and endemic leeches common throughout. Overnight: Sinharaja.
Now you have arrived to the most beautiful beach in Sri lanka and you have total of 04 day to relax at beach. Bentota is a coastal city in Sri Lanka, located in the district of Halle, in the southern province, governed by the City Council. It is 65 kilometers (40 miles) south of Colombo and 56 kilometers (35 miles) north of Halle. Bentota is located on the south bank of the mouth of the Bentota River, at a height of 3 meters (9.8 feet) above sea level. The name of this city comes from the history of the myth, in which it says that the devil, called "Bem", manages the total number or the river bank. Overnight: Bentota
After 02-02.30 hours’ drive you will reach Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, has a long history as a port on the former East-West trade route, which is then controlled by Portuguese, Dutch and British. This heritage is reflected in its architecture, combining colonial buildings with skyscrapers and shopping centers. The impressive National Museum of Colombo, dedicated to the history of Sri Lanka, This place is located next to the extensive gardens of Viharamahadevi.
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