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Best of Sri lanka 06 Days 05 Nights tour Sri lanka

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From $300/pp

Sri Lanka

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6 days


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Best of Sri lanka 06 Days 05 Nights tour Sri lanka

From the lush green tea fields of the hill country, through to the much warmer and blissfully peaceful beaches of the south with old forts, and rich traditions thrown in, this package plans an incredible trip to Sri Lanka. Book this convenient 6-day private customized package according to your needs, with transfers and accommodation at great-value price points. This tour will give you an unforgettable lifetime experience.


From the lush green tea fields of the hill country, through to the much warmer and blissfully peaceful beaches of the south with old forts, and rich traditions thrown in, this package plans an incredible trip to Sri Lanka. Book this convenient 6-day private customized package according to your needs, with transfers and accommodation at great-value price points. This tour will give you an unforgettable lifetime experience.


Day 1


Ayubowan !! Welcome to Sri Lanka. You will be met by representatives of Real Lanka at the airport and transferred to Kandy. after check-in and relax some hours in Hotel. You can visit the tooth of relic temple. And view point. later can witness the Kandy dance show.

Kandy: The cultural capital of Sri Lanka, a world heritage site sits pretty in a valley surrounded by rings of mountains. Right in the heart of the city center of Kandy is the man-made lake called Kiri Muhuda (Sinhala: the sea of milk), the one and only decorative lake in Sri Lanka. Kandy is most famous for the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic (Sri Dalada Maligawa). This beautiful city is gifted with scores of attractions that include Royal Botanical Gardens, Kandy Lake, Bahirawakanda temple for spiritual seekers, Udawattekele Sanctuary, Ceylon Tea Museum – a paradise for tea lovers, Wales Park – for a peaceful walk and many more.

Tooth of Relic Temple: A visit to the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a must when you are in Kandy. The most revered site in Sri Lanka, it is locally known as the Sri Dalada Maligawa and is a place of worship established in the 16th century AD. Situated adjacent to the royal palace complex of the former Kingdom of Kandy, the shrine overlooks the vast expanse of the Kandy Lake.Preserving the Relic of Buddha in this haven of refuge, it was declared that whoever houses and protects it is automatically given the power to rule the country. The artefact serves as a significant symbol of Sinhalese identity and pride. Everyday thousands of white-clad pilgrims make their way to this hallowed space, bearing lotus blossoms and frangipani for their offerings and prayers, known as pujas. While the tooth stays hidden within a gold casket, visitors and devotees always visit the Temple during puja just to have a look at the well protected inner shrine where it is kept. Annually, during the Esala Perahera procession, the Relic casket gets paraded through the streets atop a male elephant. The 10-day festival is one of the largest Buddhist festivals in the world and the most significant in Sri Lanka.The Temple is best visited in the morning or the evening when the ceremonial offerings and prayers are given.


  • Kandy Tooth Relic Temple
  • Arthur's Seat View Point
  • Kandy Traditional Dance Show


03 Star hotel in Kandy

Day 2


After the breakfast proceed to Nuwaraeliya. first stop will be Royal botanical garden. en route to visit the Sri Bhaktha Hanuman Temple and witness the Ramboda Waterfall. tea tasting and Tea Plantation Visit. evening walk around Nuwaraeliya city and Gregory park.

Royal Botanical Garden: Situated in Kandy’s suburb of Peradeniya, the spectacular Peradeniya Botanical Garden dates to 1371. Once enjoyed for pleasure by a Kandyan queen, this spectacular garden is enclosed on three sides by a large bend in the Mahaweli River. A Kandyan prince’s residence during the 18th Century, in the early 1800s the leafy green tangle became one of the greatest Botanical Gardens in the British Empire. For a short spell during the Second World War, it was used as the Allied Forces Headquarters for the Asian region. The gardens display over 4 000 different species of plants, regarded amongst the most superior in Asia. The highlight is the spectacular Orchid collection and a mighty avenue of palm trees. In addition to a plethora of flowering plants, there is also an extensive collection of medicinal plants and spices which can be spotted on your meander across the gardens. Encompassing over 60 hectares of sublimely designed lawns, pavilions and plant houses, the extraordinary array of Sri Lankan, Asian and international flora is a fragrant, colorful view on the eye. Gorgeous avenues lead on to sections exploding in bursts of tropical color and vast lawns dotted with enormous trees.

Sri Bhakta Hanuman Temple: one of the important Hanuman Temples in Sri Lanka located on summit of the very beautiful picturesque mountain in Ramboda 30 KM north to Nuwara Eliya, the gateway to the tea country hill station of Sri Lanka. This Hanuman Temple in Ramboda was constructed by Chinmaya Mission of Sri Lanka. Shri Bhakta Hanuman temple is dedicated to the God Hanuman and this is one of important sites of Ramayana Tour in Sri Lanka. Visitors can witness the 18 feet Hanuman statue which is the tallest Hanuman statue in Sri Lanka established inside the Shri Bhakta Hanuman Temple in Ramboda.

Tea plantation in Sri lanka: With contribution of billion dollars per year to Sri Lankan economy, Ceylon tea industry employs 1.5 million Sri Lankans directly and/or indirectly. Tea was introduced in Sri Lanka in 1867 by a young Scotsman James Taylor. Ceylon tea holds great reputation of being the best tea in theworld and holds 4th place as the largest tea producer to the world. You can taste the original Ceylon fresh tea and opportunity to see the tea process at work; how the green tea leaves end up in drinkable tea through various steps of withering (drying), rolling, fermentation, oxidizing, drying again, followed by sorting and bulk packing.

Nuwara Eliya: Nicknamed as “Little England” it is one of coldest city in the country. All around Nuwara Eliya you will see evidence of the British influence including red telephone boxes and well-tendered hedgerows. The town’s high altitude affords visitors breath-taking vistas over the valleys, grasslands and mountains. Many tourists come through the town on their way to hike up incredible peaks such as Adam’s Peak. You will also see lush vegetation and impressive waterfalls. Nuwara Eliya is also one of the biggest tea plantations areas on the island.


  • Visit Royal Botanical Garden
  • Sri Bhaktha Hanuman Temple
  • Tea Plantation & Tea Tasting Tour
  • Nuwara Eliya City Tour
  • Victoria Park & Gregory Lake


3 star hotel in Nuwara eliya

Day 3-4


After the Breakfast Leaving for Bentota on the way to Bentota optional water rafting. check –in Hotel and enjoy the day morning leave Galle Dutch Fort en route Madu River Safari, and Evening water sports in Bentota River.

Bentota – With great resorts lining up the shores of Bentota, it is a perfect place to unwind, by the swimming pool inside the resort or on the beach bed. This is considered to be a safe beach year round for swimmers. Besides lazing around, Bentota offers lot of beachside activities for an active seeker. You can get your hands at snorkelling, sailing, water skiing, wind surfing, kayaking and deep sea fishing

Galle Dutch Fort: The historical importance of the Galle Fort is unchallenged. The origins of Galle though lost in antiquity still survive through artifacts which confirm its existence in pre Christian and Roman eras. Through medieval ages, the Galle Fort emerged as Ceylon’s major southern international port attracting Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Persian, Roman and Arab traders.The Galle Dutch Fort is a rare historical jewel protected by dark, thick stone walls – with the endless ocean on one side. The roads inside the Galle Fort have hardly changed, like the squares on a chess board crisscrossing in regular patches. Straight and narrow lanes branch in and out inviting the visitor to a delightful walk into the 17th century.Today’s Peddler Street was called “Moorse Kramerstraat” by the Dutch, Lighthouse Street was “Zeeburgstraat and Middelpuntstraat”, Hospital Street as `Nieuwe Lijnbaanstraat and Lijnbaanstraat (New Ropewalk Street), Old Ropewalk Street as Oude Lijnbaanstraat (Old Rope-Walk Street), Church Street as Kerkstraat, Parrawa Street as “Parruasstraat” and Chiando Street as “Chiandostraat”. Through this memory walk one would however miss the 17th century familiar vendors who traded in cinnamon, lace, elephants, tortoise and turtle shell ornaments besides the famous down south sweetmeats like “bondi aluwa” hanging in garlands from the shoulders of vendors.In 1505 a group of Portuguese sailors led by Don Lorenzo de Almeida arrived in the island and they built the first fortification in Galle on a cliff, jutting out into the sea. It was called the Swart Bastion or the Black Fort in 1520. Later it was fortified and enlarged by the Dutch in 1667.14 bastions has been identified on the fort today.

Madu River safari: relaxing trip with plenty of interesting things to see. You will pass dozens of tiny islands forested with mangroves, and you will view old temples and watch the locals cultivating cinnamon. Madu Ganga is Sri Lanka’s second largest wetland and it consists of 64 islands including two main islands with to 215 families living in them. This wetland spreads over 900 hectares of area and most of it covered with water.


  • Water Rafting In Kithulgala
  • Madu River Safari
  • Water Sport In Bentota
  • Sea Turtle Conservation Center


3 star hotel in Bentota

Day 5


Breakfast at the Hotel Leaving for Colombo. Colombo City Tour and Street Food Fiesta.

Colombo – Sri Lanka’s capital city of Colombo seamlessly combines the incredible culture and history of the island with modern attractions and amenities. The city’s unique colonial history (Portuguese, Dutch, and British) adds additional layers to the mix. As the country’s capital city, it’s also filled with museums and places to visit that illustrate that rich history.The main central business district area is known as Fort, and that’s where you’ll find a lot of the government buildings, luxury shopping, and large hotels. The area is named for the original Portuguese fort, which guarded the harbor area. Directly in front of Fort is the Galle Face Green a large oceanfront par


  • Colombo City Tour


03 star accommodation in Colombo

Day 6


On the final day you will be transferred to the Bandaranaike International Airport at appropriate time for your flight – bringing your exotic Sri Lankan experience to a close.

What's Included


We offer 03 star hotels with lot of choices to choose, our hotels are hand picked and working with them since long time.


Breakfast & Dinner included travelers can choose Sri lankan or western food menu. Vegetarian/gluten free/Jain food or any other requirement please contact us in advance.

Ground Transport

Arrival and the departure assistance at the airport and transportation by A/C vehicle on private basis with passenger insurance. & Service of the English speaking chauffeur guide with including his salary, food and accommodation.


Created by
Premil Shasendra

Tourism has always been my passion. I have served travelers from across the world. It sparks joy in me every time clients’ lands at the airport and we begin our journey to explore Sri Lanka. Every experience is unique and in the end it feels great to feel that I have touch someone’s life in their happier moments. I started my career in tourism in 2011 and started Real Lanka Holidays in 2018 to integrate my Srilankan culture, experience and knowledge with my clients’ ideas and wishes to help them create their perfect holidays. apart from travel i love the nature and always want to involve with conservation and sustainability. love to see you all in Sri lanka.

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