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01 Night accommodation in Bentota

01 Night accommodation in Kandy

01 Night accommodation in Colombo

Daily Breakfast

River Safari at Bentota

Visit Peradeniva Royal Botanical Gardens at Kandy

Elephant Orphange in Pinnawela

Colombo City Tour

All transfers and sightseeing on SIC

Famous Beaches in Sri Lanka

Arugambay Tucked away on the South Eastern Coast of Sri Lanka, about 300 kms from Colombo, is the lazy little fishing village of Arugambay – richly endowed with a beautiful stretch of ocean and vast expanses of deserted beach. For many years a popular sea side holiday resort for local travelers, Arugambay has grown in the last twenty years into a bi attraction for lovers of the surf, who coverage on it in numbers from different parts of the world to indulge in their favourite hobby of surfing and to enjoy the bonus of a cheap, easy going, hassle-free lifestyle among friendly Sri Lankan people.
Bentota A Sri Lankan coastal city famous for golden beaches, Bentota, is situated on the southern coastal tip of the Galle District of the Southern Province. Just 60 kms from Colombo and 90 kms from Sri Lanka’s International Airport. Facing the Indian Ocean, a tropical lagoon and a major river Bentota offers water sports possibilities nowhere else to be found. Apart from swimming, body-surfing or diving in the sea, you can jet-ski, windsurf, parasail or enjoy a romantic river safari on the river and lagoon.
Colombo NKAR Travel House has the the experience to put together for photography or filming programmes in Sri Lanka . For photography, choose to focus on long range scenic shots at the truly enticing beaches or in the scenic hill country, close ups of wildlife and birds in the National Parks or special photographs based on the unique culture of Sri Lanka.
Galle The seaside town of Galle is 116 km from Colombo by road or rail down the south-west coast. Today the town has grown greatly and spreads into the hinterland 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 the present times is proclaimed as anArchaelogical Reserve and is identified as a living World Heritage Site.
Hikkaduwa In the early 1960’s Hikkaduwa started its change from a small fishing village into one of Sri Lanka’s international holiday destinations. Today backpackers, travelers and package tourists alike favour the beach party atmosphere of Hikkaduwa created by the diving and surfing scene. Beautiful white sand beaches, colourful coral reefs and an excellent surf are attracting people from all over the world.
Kalutara Kalutara is a resort town located approximately 40km south of Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital. Kalutara is semi-urban and has a mixture of literates and illiterates in the population. Once an important spice-trading center, the city’s name is derived from the Kalu Gang River ( Black River). In the 11th Century, the town was made temporarily made a capital on the orders of a South Indian Prince. The region was later planted with coconut trees, whose by-products are used for both internal and external trade.
Matara From Tanglalle to Matara, the road reveals new and unexplained beauty. It skirts the sea shore and for mile upon mile, bay succeeds bay, a curve of yellow sand, dazzling blue water and palm-crowned headlands. At the end of the south coast railway line lies the town of Matara, the most important settlement on the south coast. The town contains many remnants of Sri Lanka’s colonial past and is divided by the island’s third longest river, the Nilwala Ganga – a beautiful wide expanse of water that splits the old town from the new.
Negambo The Sinhalese refer to Negombo as Meegamuwa “The village of honey” (or bees) due a story about a swarm of bees that had settled in a boat pulled ashore here. However, it was not honey or bees that made this town known but cinnamon. Discovered by the Moors (a term first used during the Portuguese period to refer to Muslims) who settled on the west coast cinnamon soon became the source of conflict between nations vying for a stake in its lucrative trade.
Trincomalee Trincomalee on the north-east coast of Sri Lanka with its magnificent coast is now becoming increasingly propular with visitors to the country. Blessed with sunny weather throughout the year with more than a dozen sheltered bays, white sand beaches, a sea that is uniformly calm and placid and warm and offering the underwater photographer and explorer a variety of visual delights. ‘Trinco’ as it is briefly known has all the natural ingredients to tempt a sea-lover and may be reached from Colombo by rail, road or air.
Unawatuna Unawatuna, near Galle, is a beautiful wide curving golden beach. The beach has been acclaimed amongst the 12 best beaches in the world. There is a reef protecting the beach, which makes it safe for bathing. The serene soundings and the Dutch architecture add to the charm of the place. Unawatuna, situated in the west coast of Sri Lanka, a popular tourist destination is also a breeding ground for turtles.