Together in Paradise
Day 01 & 02
Arrival / Negombo
When you arrive in Sri Lanka, take a taxi to a hotel near the international airport. After your flight, unwind and prepare yourself for the adventure ahead.
Day 03, 04, 05
Negombo / Cultural Triangle
After an early breakfast, journey to Sri Lanka's Cultural Triangle via the Millennium Elephant Orphanage in Kegalle, a fascinating project in which animal rights campaigners and elephant experts create a retirement home for caged elephants. A guided tour of the center will explain the Foundation's excellent work and is the ideal approach for the family to enjoy the majesty of the elephant. Continue on to the Cultural Triangle and your family-friendly hotel, where a dip in the pool is a necessity.
Day 06 & 07
Cultural Triangle / Kandy
Consider a jeep safari at Minneriya National Park, which is famous for hosting the world's largest gathering of Asian elephants. The Cultural Triangle attractions will test some children's patience, but a trip to the summit of Sigiriya Rock will excite many, and Ritilgala Forest Monastery has an Indiana Jones feel to it as you ascend the partially-concealed steps. A narrative about the fighting monkeys of Polonnaruwa can enliven a discovery of the ruined city of Polonnaruwa.
Day 08 & 09
Kandy / Kithulgala / Sinharaja / Kithulgala
Continue on to Kandy, a city rich in history and culture. Visit the historic Temple of the Tooth, which houses a tooth relic of Lord Buddha. Continue to the Victoria Golf and Country Resort, which is located 20 kilometers east of Kandy. Check into the Victoria Golf Chalets, which are located on a lovely 500-acre estate flanked by the picturesque Kandyan Hills and the Victoria Reservoir. An 18-hole golf course, putting green and practice range, floodlit tennis court, swimming pool, Saddle club, riding lessons for adults and children, horse safaris, bird viewing, and biking paths are among the amenities.
Day 10 & 11
Kithulgala / Galle A night of camping in Kitulgala is ideal for some under-the-stars adventure. If the family prefers, they may go trekking, canoeing, or white-water rafting, or they can simply enjoy the camping experience. We have only arranged one night here, but you can stay longer or go directly to Galle to spend more time on the beach.
Day 12, 13, 14
Galle / Bentota
Travel to the Galle Coast and enjoy two days at a beach hotel that is well located for a hike around the historic Galle Fort. The fort's well-preserved ramparts, which overlook the cricket stadium and the Indian Ocean, are a great way to burn off some pent-up energy, and there are a variety of characterful craft and art shops, boutiques, and cafes to complement the beautiful boutique hotels and villas that now line the streets. The more active family may choose to enjoy a guided cycling trip through Galle's rural interior alleys.
We hope you had a wonderful time in Sri Lanka and we hope to see you return!
- Visit the Millennium Elephant Orphanage Golf, ride horses, and play tennis at the Victoria Golf & Country Resort Camp on the river in Kitulgala, a rafting town.
- Cycling is great in the rural paths that run inland from the Galle Coast.
- Water skiing, banana boating, and wind surfing are all available in Bentota Lagoon.
- You could encounter endangered sea turtles at Kosgoda.
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