Sri Lankan Discovery

  • days: 17
  • from $5,495

Flights Included

Countries Visited:

  • Sri Lanka

Description

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1 country

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6 UNESCO World 
Heritage-listed sites

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Festival departure: 31 July, 4 & 6 August 2019 departures will enjoy the Kandy Festival

SPECIAL DEPARTURE 31 JUL, 4 & 6 AUG 2019 - KANDY FESTIVAL

Kandy-Festival

Watch in awe as decorated elephants and thousands of dancers, drummers, torchbearers and whip-crackers in traditional costumes weave their way through the crowds in Sri Lanka's biggest and most spectacular festival.

                                                                                                Our departures include seats to a special viewing gallery to watch the pageant.

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One of Asia's true hidden gems

Be charmed by the unspoilt natural beauty, friendly people and ancient history of Sri Lanka. Discover the island’s beautiful culture, lush jungles and fascinating ancient cities. Explore exotic tea and spice plantations and witness the plentiful wildlife in national parks.

Immerse yourself in the local culture

Our Sri Lankan journey begins with a tour of the famous Negombo Fish Markets, followed by a cruise along the calm waters of the jungle-fringed Gin Oya River. Listening to the tranquil sounds of the abundant birdlife, we'll watch the sunset before joining a local family for a hosted dinner on the banks of the river. An unforgettable experience.

Enjoy the tropical scenery & ancient ruins

From here, we explore Sri Lanka’s secluded monastic ruins of Ritigala. Located in a lush forest, the ruins are hidden within a beautiful setting of streams and pools. Our next stop is Sigiriya, considered to be one of the Wonders of the Ancient World and a must-see in Sri Lanka. This famous rock fortress and palace is set amongst beautiful gardens. 

Soak up the atmosphere

Our journey continues to Kandy, where we’ll visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic. If you take this tour in August, you’ll also experience the colourful Kandy Festival - one of the most important festivals on the Buddhist calendar. Next it’s on to the Matale Spice Plantations and tea-growing region of Nuwara Eliya. Here we’ll have time to sample Ceylon tea and learn about the tea-making process. We then head to the coast, where we get to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, stunning beaches and crystal clear waters.

Itinerary

Day 1. Depart Australia - Arrive Negombo

Welcome to sunny Sri Lanka, the teardrop-shaped island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.

Day 2. Negombo

We begin our sightseeing tour at the famous Negombo Fish Markets, a traditional patchwork of fish drying on hessian sacks. [B,D]

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Special Experience: Cruise along the calm waters of the jungle-fringed Gin Oya River, listening to the tranquil sounds of the abundant birdlife. We'll watch the sunset before joining a local family for a hosted dinner on the banks of the river.

Day 3. Negombo - Sigiriya

This morning we depart Negombo for Sigiriya, travelling north into the Sri Lankan highlands. On the way we'll stop to see the morning activities of a fish market. [B,D]

Day 4. Anuradhapura & Ritigala Excursion

We visit the impressive ruins of Anuradhapura, the largest and oldest of Sri Lanka’s ancient cities, dating back to the 6th century. We’ll explore the gleaming white dagobas and Sri Maha Bodhi, before travelling to the Ritigala Medicinal Forest to discover the ruins of an ancient hermitage, set deep in the jungle. [B,D]

Day 5. Polonnaruwa & Minneriya National Park Excursion

Our day begins with a visit to the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa. Brimming with archaeological treasures, we’ll discover the well-preserved ruins of palaces, stupas, bathing pools and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha. This afternoon we tour Minneriya National Park by jeep, where we’ll hopefully spot sambar deer and elephants. [B,D]

Day 6. Sigiriya

Today we explore the famous rock fortress of Sigiriya - ‘Lion Rock’. Built by King Kasyapa in the 5th century, this impressive site is located on top of a vast 200-metre-high granite rock, some 750 steps up! [B,L,D]

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Special Experience: Visit a traditional Sri Lankan village and be welcomed into a local home. Learn about daily life and traditional farming, and then feast on local delicacies!

Day 7. Sigiriya - Kandy

After breakfast we begin our journey to Kandy, stopping at the stunning Cave Temples of Dambulla. Housing hundreds of statues of Buddha, they are also completely covered in ancient frescoes. We also stop at a spice plantation in Matale. When we arrive in Kandy later this afternoon we’ll visit the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic of Lord Buddha. [B,D]

Day 8. Kandy

The former capital of Ceylon and the last seat of the Sinhalese kingdom, Kandy is known as Sri Lanka’s cultural heart. This morning we visit the Royal Botanic Gardens of Peradeniya, with its beautiful orchid house. [B]

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Special Experience: Watch a traditional cultural performance by locals.

Day 9. Kandy - Nuwara Eliya

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Special Experience: We travel to the lush tea-growing region of Nuwara Eliya by train and road, visiting a tea plantation to learn about Sri Lanka’s most famous export. Of course, we’ll enjoy a cup while we’re there. [B,D]

Day 10. Nuwara Eliya

We tour the picturesque colonial town of Nuwara Eliya. Built by the British in the 19th century to escape the sweltering heat of the lowlands, this town still retains the charm of bygone days. We’ll also visit beautiful St Clair and Devon Falls. [B]

Day 11. Nuwara Eliya - Tissamaharama

Travelling south towards the coast, we visit the spectacular waterfalls at Ella. This afternoon we arrive in Tissamaharama (or Tissa). Set amongst rice paddies and ruins, it is also the gateway to Yala National Park. [B,D]

Day 12. Yala National Park

This afternoon we embark on a safari in Yala National Park - the oldest and best-known of Sri Lanka’s national parks. Created in 1938, the diverse range of habitats, including scrub jungle, brackish lagoons, lakes and rivers are home to leopards, elephants, wild buffalo, deer, black bears, macaques, jackals and a variety of birds. It’s believed to have one of the highest-density leopard populations in the world. The national park also boasts a large number of important cultural ruins indicating previous civilisations. [B,D]

Day 13. Tissamaharama - Galle

Driving along Sri Lanka’s beautiful south coast, we make our way to the Dutch colonial town of Galle. Here we’ll take a city tour and visit its UNESCO World Heritage-listed sea fortress. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure. [B,D]

Day 14. Galle

We enjoy a scenic cruise along the Madu River, watching locals go about their daily lives. We’ll stop to visit a hatchery that was set up to conserve the turtle population, then visit a moonstone mine at Meetiyagoda. [B,D]

Day 15. Galle - Colombo

We make our way to the island nation’s capital, Colombo. We’ll take a guided tour of the city, including a stop at the famous Cricket Club Café. Tonight we enjoy a group farewell dinner. [B,D]

Day 16. Depart Colombo

Today is at leisure before we bid farewell to Sri Lanka this evening and begin our journey home. [B]

Day 17. Arrive Australia

 

Walking Man

Level of fitness: This tour features 2+ hours of walking, often across uneven ground and in areas of high altitude or heat and humidity on 1 or more days.

Inclusions

Travel

  • Return economy-class flights from Australia to Sri Lanka. Taxes included
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles (excluding jeep-safari vehicle and water-based activities)
  • Tipping Made Easy, $200pp pre-paid

Accommodation & Meals

  • 15 nights in good quality hotels (3-4 star)
  • Day use of hotel on day of departure
  • Enjoy a Sri Lankan BBQ dinner prepared by a local family
  • 15 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 12 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners 

Tour Guides

  • English-speaking locally based guides
  • English-speaking national guide throughout (based on a min. of 7 passengers)

Porterage

  • Porterage included where available

Sightseeing

Negombo and nature

  • Observe Negombo's everyday life at the local fish markets, watching the fishing trade go about their business selling an amazing variety of fish and seafood, fresh from the early morning's catch.
  • Cruise the beautiful Gin Oya River, surrounded by lush vegetation, while listening to the amazing bird sounds as the evening breaks. Watch the sun set over the beach before joining a local family for a hosted barbecue on the banks of the river. 

Ancient city ruins

  • Take a fascinating journey through one of the oldest and largest of Sri Lanka’s ancient cities, Anuradhapura.  This sacred city was the political and religious capital for around 1,300 years before being abandoned in 993, after an invasion. Remarkably hidden in dense jungle for many years, it is now accessible and is home to the oldest documented tree in the world, the Sri Maha Bodhi. 
  • Tour the secluded monastic ruins of Ritigala, located in a lush forest rarely visited by tourists. This mystical place is incredibly beautiful and unspoilt, with shady forests filled with streams, pools and granite boulders and ancient elegant stone pathways that lead to ruins of various meditation platforms and ayurvedic hospitals.
  • Visit the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa, the island's capital between the 11th and 13th century. Built alongside a large artificial lake, there are well-preserved ruins of palaces, bathing pools, stupas and exquisite rock sculptures of Buddha at the Gal Vihara.

Sigiriya, safaris, spices and serene temples

  • Enjoy an afternoon jeep safari in Minneriya National Park searching for Sri Lankan wildlife including sambar deer, leopards and elephants. The central feature of the park is the ancient Minneriya Tank, built in the 3rd century AD by King Mahasena. During the dry season (June-September), this tank is an incredible place to observe the elephants who come to bathe and graze as well as huge flocks of birds, cormorants and painted storks to mention just a few. 
  • Enjoy a 4 night stay at our spectacularly located hotel in Sigiriya, with views of the majestic Sigiriya rock fortress.
  • Tour the ancient rock fortress of Sigiriya. Explore the ruins of the capital, built by the Parricidal King Kasyapa (477-95). This UNESCO World Heritage site is both a geological and historical marvel. Formed by magma from an extinct volcano, for centuries it was home to buddhist monks. 
  • Visit a typical home in a Sri Lankan village for lunch. Walk through the paddy fields and enjoy the cool breeze whilst getting acquainted with local village life. 
  • Tour the serene cave temples of Dambulla, filled with hundreds of hand-carved statues and hand-painted frescoes. These cave temples were built by King Valagam Bahu in the 1st century BC in gratitude for the shelter he sought in the caves when fleeing India's invaders. The caves are completely covered by ancient frescoes depicting both religious and secular scenes.
  • Visit the Matale Spice Plantations, growing a variety of spices such as cinnamon, pepper and nutmeg. Sri Lanka is renowned for its spices having been initially colonised by the Portuguese, Dutch and British.

The cultural heart of Sri Lanka

  • Tour the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic in Kandy. Ever since it was founded in the 16th century, it has housed one of the most sacred relics of Buddhism, a tooth of Buddha collected from his funeral pyre. It is now protected within the gold-roofed Temple of the Tooth. Witness the blessing ceremony with all the fanfare, drums, trumpets and Monks dressed in bright colours performing their rituals. 
  • Visit the Royal Botanical Gardens of Peradeniya. Initially a royal park, in 1821 under British rule it became a Botanical Garden. Here exotic crops such as coffee, tea, nutmeg, rubber and cinchona (quinine) were first tested and went on to become important to the country's economy. 
  • Enjoy a cultural show and local traditional Kandyan dance performance including the cobra dance and mask dance. 

Unwind with a cup of Ceylon tea in Nuwara Eliya and enjoy the magnificent scenery

  • Join the locals and marvel at the stunning highland scenery for a short journey by train before continuing by road to the colonial city of Nuwara Eliya, winding through lush countryside and tea plantations.
  • Learn about the tea-making process and sample some high-grade Ceylon tea at a plantation. It all started around 1867 when Ceylon tea was first being developed by British planter James Taylor. The rest is history! 
  • Visit the St. Clair and Devon Falls, just outside Nuwara Eliya. Known as Little Niagara of Sri Lanka, St. Clair Falls is one of the widest falls in Sri Lanka. Nearby Devon Falls was named after an English coffee planter by the name of Devon, whose plantation is situated nearby.

Safaris and the south coast

  • Enjoy a jeep safari in Yala National Park, with one of the highest density leopard populations in the world.
  • Drive along the stunning south coast to the great walled city of Galle and see the World Heritage-listed Dutch Fort.
  • Spend 2 nights relaxing on the coast in Galle.
  • Learn about the endangered leatherhead and loggerhead turtles at a local hatchery.

Cosmopolitan Colombo

  • Tour Sri Lanka's bustling capital of Colombo and stay in the historic Galle Face Hotel.

Dates & Prices

Dates & Prices

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Fitness to Travel

Let's Talk Fitness

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At Bunnik Tours we don’t put specific age limits on our tours, but we also recognise some travellers may find our itineraries challenging.
We have a duty of care to all tour participants and the tour guides, so we do impose a firm policy on the level of fitness required by all our clients to attempt to ensure your safety and the safety of other travellers on our tours.
At Bunnik Tours our goal is for all our travellers to enjoy their tour, not struggle through it! Which is why we want to work with you to ensure you are on the best possible trip for your fitness level. We do reserve the right to refuse bookings if we feel that the requirements of the tour are too demanding.
Bunnik Tours are for independently minded travellers with good levels of mobility.
Our tours include:
1. Generous amounts of free time
2. Lots of walking
3. Local and authentic experiences including various modes of transport and accommodation
In some regions travellers can also expect:
1. Long days of travelling, at times on dirt and gravel roads in Africa
2. Extended periods at high altitude (3,000-4,000 metres) in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Ethiopia
3. Extended periods of walking/hiking through humid forest areas in Rwanda
4. Limited medical facilities in remote areas
Bunnik Tours travellers are required to at least:
1. Be able to walk 2-3 hours on uneven surfaces
2. Walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
3. Stand for 20 minutes without needing to sit down, often in hot/humid climates
4. Carry their own luggage
5. Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats

Accommodation

Accommodation

Jetwing Lagoon, Negombo

Located in a gentle, wild and natural spot between the Indian Ocean and the lagoon at Negombo, Jetwing Lagoon is a stylish and luxurious hotel. The property features charming guestrooms that enjoy views over the central pool or lagoon. Relax, sit back and soak up those glorious views from the two fabulous on-site restaurants, both of which serve regional specialties.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Sigiriya Village, Sigiriya

Tucked within the Cultural Triangle is Sigiriya Village, a beautiful hotel set against the backdrop of majestic Sigiriya Rock. The hotel is spread over a large area of 26 acres with chalet-style accommodation that blends beautifully with the natural environment. Pathways along lotus-filled ponds connect guestrooms with the resort's central area where the large swimming pool and dining facilities are located. Traditional Sri Lankan rice and curry is a speciality here. Buffets, with Western and Eastern food, are served for breakfast and lunch. There is also an a la carte and room service menu. All meals are prepared using fresh produce sourced directly from the hotel's extensive organic farm.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi (public areas); fridge/minibar; safe deposit box (at reception); outdoor swimming pool

Hotel Suisse, Kandy

This colonial Hotel, rising amidst three acres of landscaped splendour, is ideally located right beside the historic Kandy Lake. Steeped in history, the Hotel Suisse has a charm of it’s own that exudes the atmosphere of Kandy’s past glory. The property is located just a few minute's walk to the city centre.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool

Grand Hotel, Nuwara Eliya

The Grand Hotel in Nuwara Eliya was built in 1891 and boasts elegantly furnished rooms, a restaurant that offers both western and eastern cuisine, a panoramic bar and elegant high tea served on manicured lawns. This former residence of the governor of Sri Lanka, Sir Edward Barnes, is located approximately a 5 to 10 minute walk to the centre of town, colourful markets and speciality shops.  

Facilities: free wifi (public areas); fridge/minibar (on request); safe deposit box; tea & coffee making facilities

Cinnamon Wild Yala, Tissamaharama

Sitting on the beach close to the border of Yala National Park, the Cinnamon Wild Yala offers an authentic Sri Lankan wilderness experience. The hotel's location also means that elephant, wild boar and other friends often visit the property, and quite possibly the odd leopard! Where rustic meets luxury, all chalets feature a private porch perfect for relaxing and enjoying the view.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Amari Hotel, Galle

Situated right on the beachfront in Galle, the Amari Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the city or relaxing in the tropical setting. Guest rooms are appointed with thoughtful amenities to ensure comfort and convenience and the property boasts state of the art recreational facilities such as a fitness centre, sauna, outdoor pool, spa and massage.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Galle Face Hotel, Colombo

Overlooking the Indian Ocean, the famous Galle Face Hotel is located in Colombo's commercial city, and perfectly located close to the tourist attractions. The hotel boasts spacious guestrooms that are furnished in an elegant colonial style along with all modern international facilities. All guestrooms offer beautiful views of the Indian Ocean, the world-renowned Galle Face Green promenade or the colourful bustling city. You can also dine at the hotel’s onsite restaurant, which serves a wide range of dishes to suit every taste, or relax and enjoy a sunset overlooking the ocean.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Weather

Weather

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Currency

Currency

Sri Lankan Rupee

The official currency of Sri Lanka is the Rupee (LKR; Rs).

  • 100 Sri Lankan Rupee = 1 AUD dollar
  • Notes are in denominations of Rs5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10
  • Coins are in denominations of Rs50, 25, 10, 5, 2 and 1

Please Note: Money can be changed in Australia before you go, but you are likely to get a better rate changing Australian Dollars in Singapore or Sri Lanka. There is an exchange at the airport in both Singapore and Colombo. Money can also be changed at the hotels at a lower rate or at banks and money changers in Colombo, Kandy and Nuwara Eliya. Ask for currency in smaller notes, as vendors never seem to have change. ATMs are available in major centres. Change Rupees back into Australian or US currency before you leave the country for the best rates.

Visa Information

Visa Requirements

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Please note, Australian passport holders need to obtain a visa for this tour. Please check with your travel agent for further details.

The following government websites are also a handy source of general information.

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Loved the tour. Visiting the local villages and experiencing the lunches cooked by the locals was absolutely wonderful. Colleen West - May 2018

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Special Experiences!

  • Cruise along the calm waters of the lush Gin Oya River teeming birdlife, before joining a local family for a hosted sunset dinner on the banks of the river.
  • Visit a traditional Sri Lankan village and be welcomed into a local home. Learn about daily life and traditional farming, then feast on local delicacies!
  • Enjoy a cultural show and local traditional Kandyan dance performance including the cobra dance and mask dance.
  • Travel to the lush tea-growing region of Nuwara Eliya by train and road, visiting a tea plantation to learn about Sri Lanka's most famous export. Of course, we'll enjoy a cup while we're there!

Trip Info

Group Size

Min: 4 | Max: 20

Transportation

Coach, jeep, boat & local train

Tips

Total cost includes - Tipping Made Easy, $200pp prepaid

Tour Highlights

• See Anuradhapura, the oldest of Sri Lanka’s ancient cities • Visit the medieval capital of Polonnaruwa • Search for Sri Lankan wildlife on an afternoon jeep safari in Minneriya National Park • Discover the amazing rock fortress of Sigiriya • Explore the stunning Cave Temples of Dambulla • Learn about the tea-making process and sample high-grade Ceylon tea at a plantation • Look for leopards in Yala National Park

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This tour has a rating of 4 stars based on 1 reviews.