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10 Days Budget Tour Sri Lanka

Travelers choose many destinations spend their holiday each year as their Budget. Showlanka Budget package one of the cheapest package as their Budget & more economy for the travelers due to cover many of locations in the Island. showlanka Budget package would be much better for families due to consist their few members.

DAY 1

Arrival at Colombo Srilanka

Meet and great at the Airport Drive to Sigiriya. [ Two nights ] Negombo fish market-: Negombo Fish Market is the second largest fish market in Sri Lanka. Further local people are saying as Llelama. The fish market is situated near the Old Dutch Fort Gate. According to the latest news and statistics of the Sri Lankan Fisheries Department [ Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage ]-: Visiting pinnawala Elephant Orphanage a place you will really enjoy and never forget. Started in 1972 the Elephant Orphanage It was relocated to at the present Place in 1975. You can see milk feeding, Bathing at Ma Oya just in front of the orphanage. [ Elephant back safari ]-: Do an elephant back safari among the hundreds of lakes and canals made by the ancient kings of Sri Lanka providing some of the most breathtakingly beautiful scenery and fertile habitat for Sri Lanka’s incredible bio-diversity. [ Ayurvedic herbal massage ]-: Later, this day, you can take Ayurvedic herbal massage..The allure of Ayurvedic treatment is its adept ability to cure existing ailments as well as raise your level of health and wellness. [ Overnight stay in Sigiriya ] Read more

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DAY 2

Polonnaruwa Ancient city

Polonnaruwa ancient city-: [ Breakfast at 07.00am ] Proceed to Polonnaruwa ancient city .We will be visit our second capital city Polonnaruwa .The kingdom of Polonnaruwa was build in 1017 A.C by king fifth Mahinda .But he carried as a prisoner to India by Cholas . After that, the kingdem of Polonnaruwa was Bulid by King Parackramabahu as a luxurious city [ in 1153 A.C -1186 A.C ] and he was united whole the Sri Lanka . However the decline of the kingdom of Polonnaruwa was start on 1196 AC after the period of King Nisshankamalla [ Minnariya National Park ]-: It is the largest known meeting place of Asian Elephants in the world. During this period herds up to 300 elephants are seen at the 8,890 hectare park within a few square kilometers of the Minneriya Reservoir. In August and September each year during the dry season, wild elephants from the surrounding wilderness in search of food and water, makes their way to the shores of the Minneriya Reservoir adjoining the other jungle. [ Hiriwadunna Village tour ]-: Visiting the nature surrounding by Cart riding, sailing in the lake, walk in Chena cultivate by farmers, [Overnight stay in Sigiriya ] Read more

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DAY 3

Kandy Attractions

Drive to Kandy[ Two Nights ] Sigiriya Rock fortress-:[ Breakfast at 07.00 – 08.00am ] Sigiriya is the central point of Srilanka’s cultural triangle. we head to Sigiriya to climb the 5th century Sigiriya Rock fortress which is a UNESCO world heritage site and a remarkable archeological site made unforgettable by its dramatic setting. [ Dambulla cave temple ] -: We stop in Dambulla to visit its famous cave temples which date back to the 1st century. This is an amazing complex of 05 caves, containing over 150 images of the Buddha of which the largest is a colossal figure spanning 15 meters. Cave inscriptions from the 2nd Century BC are found and on the walls are many paintings most of which belong to the Kandy period (early 19th century). This temple is a perfect location to view evolution of ancient Sri Lankan art. [ Spice & Herbal Garden ]-: There was domestic medical treatment in Sri Lanka Before 1802AC .Majority in Sri Lanka used to those for any disease. can see all those easily from there . the plants such as Cinnamon, Cardamom , Pepper Cloves, Coffee etc. [ Overnight stay in Kandy ]. Read more

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DAY 4

Kandy Day tour

Royal Botanical Gardens-: [ Breakfast at 08.00- 09.00am ] Peradeniya Royal Botanical Garden situated near Mahaweli River [Longest River in Sri Lanka ] this was made as a Royal Garden by King Kirti Sri Rajasinghe in 1747 to 1780 and cover about 150 acres of Trees.the most attraction is Orchid house it has more than 300 varieties of Orchids. [ Visit the Temple of the tooth ]-: The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a Buddhist temple in the city of Kandy, Sri Lanka. It is located in the royal palace complex which houses the Relic of the tooth of Buddha. Since ancient times, the relic has played an important role in local politics because it is believed that whoever holds the relic holds the governance of the country. Kandy was the last capital of the Sinhalese kings and is a UNESCO world heritage site partly due to the temple. [ Kandy view point ]-: Kandy view point is located at Rajapihilla Mawatha near Kandy Lake. around 1km steep climb to the rajapihilla mawatha, there is a place where you see the kandy city in a panoramic view. with lake and sri dalada maligawa.. very famous tourist location. restaurants and souvenir shops around. vehicle parking is limited. street sellers can be a nuisance in this place. [ Gems work shop & wood carving ]-: Gem Museum and work shop , Batick Factory ,Wood carving work shop and catch a panoramic view of the picturesque town from Upper Lake Drive. In the evening, . . [ Kandy cultural Dance ] -: Sri Lanka, a country rich with culture & tradition offers a very vibrant and unique show of Sri Lankan traditional dances, in the form of Kandy cultural show. The beat a dancing from "Salupliya" depicting several demons, "Thelme" vibrant expression of low country rhythm, Fire and Harvest dances accompanied by Ceremonial Drums and the Drum Orchestra rising and falling to the lively tempo. As many as 12 different folk and traditional dances are performed by Kandy YMBA dance troop within the span of one hour.. [ Overnight stay in Kandy ]. Read more

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DAY 5

Highland

Drive to Nuwaraeliya [ One Night ] Ramboda Falls -: [ Breakfast at 08.00- 09.00am ] The Ramboda Falls is a huge waterfall in the highlands of one of many waterfalls in Nuwaraeliya in Sri Lanka. Located 3,200 feet above sea level, Ramboda is one of the bigger waterfalls in the country. [ Visit Tea Factory ]-: Sri Lanka generates tea throughout the year, and the cultivating areas are mainly concentra-ted in the central highlands and southern inland areas of the island. The tea sector in Sri Lanka has always been a vital constituent of our economy and is also the country's largest employer providing employment both directly and indirectly to over one million people. This in turn has cast Sri Lanka as the 3rd biggest tea producing country globally. [ Gregory’s lake ] -: Gregory’s lake is a recreational area in Nuwara Eliya. Visitors enjoy the relaxing atmosphere around the lake. [ Visit local Market Highland ]-: If you are looking for authentic traditional products, Nuwara Eliya is a good place to visit. The majority of products sold in this products are made by the local population. [Overnight stay in Nuwaraeliya ]. Read more

Nuwaraeliya ( High land )
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DAY 6

Ella Attraction

Drive to Ella [ One Night ] Horton Plains National Park [ Breakfast for takeaway & leave at hotel 06.00am ] Proceed to Horton Plain Rain Forest with take a way breakfast at 5.00 am in the morning to see the gorgeous view of 4000ft down at Worlds End, if you late to this view point, mist will barrier the view. Horton Plains National Park is a national park in the highlands of Sri Lanka. [ Beker's Fall ]-: Bakers waterfall is at Horton plains of Nuwaraeliya district Sri Lanka. Bakers is a one of most beautiful waterfalls of Sri Lanka. Bakers waterfalls at between Entrance and Worlds end gap of Horton plains. it is at 3km from main entrance of Horton plains. Bakers is not a single waterfall and it consist several parts. Above area of the Bakers waterfall is like big tank. Bathing of Bakers waterfall is very dangerous because there are some caves inside water. & You can enjoy with Sri lankan Train journey from Nanu Oya to Ella. [ 12.30 Hours ] [ Little Adam’s peek ]:- Climbing Little Adam’s Peak was a nice stroll and it took about 2hours round trip. You walk through the tea fields and get a pretty spectacular view from the top. [Overnight Ella ] Read more

Ella ( Uwa )
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DAY 7

wild life

Drive to Yala [ One night ] Rawana fall -: [ Breakfast at 08.00- 09.00am ] The Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Sri Lanka. This popular falls has its roots connected to the famous Indian epic, the Ramayana. The Ravana Ella (Ravana Falls) has been named after the brawny daemon, Ravana. [ Buduruwagala ancient temple ]-: Buduruwagala is an ancient buddhist temple in Srilanka The complex consists of seven statues and belongs to the Mahayana school of thought. The statues date back to the 10th century. The gigantic Buddha statue still bears traces of its original stuccoed robe and a long streak of orange suggests it was once brightly painted [ Yala National park ]-: Yala National park is Sri Lanka’s most visited wildlife reserve. Yala covers an area of 1260 square kilometers. The park’s dry-zone landscape is strikingly beautiful and the park’s wildlife has its own distinctive charm, with huddles of colorful painted storks perched on the incongruously conjoined sight of elephants marching sedately through the bush while rabbits scamper through the undergrowth. Leopards, sloth bears and elephants are the "big 3" here although crocodiles, jackals and the large variety of birds are also a huge draw to this park. Yala national park is also known to be one of the places with the most density of leopards’ population, meaning this is one of the best chances to see this elusive big cat in the wild.. [ Overnight stay in Yala ]. Read more

Yala ( Thissamaharamaya )
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DAY 8

Beach vacation

Drive to Mirissa/Hikkaduwa [ Two Nights ] Blow Hole at Dikwella -:[ Breakfast at 08.00- 09.00am ] The Hummanya is also known as “blow hole” in the region of Sri Lanka and it is considered as the second largest in the league of blow holes, but Sri Lanka’s one and only. In essence it means a distance where the sound of “hoo” can easily be listened or heard by a person. & Relax at the beach [Overnight stay in Mirissa ]. Read more

Mirissa or Hikkaduwa
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DAY 9

Beach vacation

Mirissa-: Whales & dolphin-:[ Breakfast at 06.00am for take away ] You can choose to start your day with an early trip in the whales & dolphin.or Gall Dutch fort & museum Diving and Snorkeling, Sea Coral gardens, Spend the days in the beach. [ Depend on weather ] & Relax at the Beach [Overnight stay in Mirissa ]. Read more

Mirissa or Hikkaduwa
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DAY 10

Drop off Colombo Airport

Drop off Colombo Airport Stick fisherman’s village-: [ Breakfast at 08.00 – 09.00am ] Stilt fishing is a tradition on the southern coast of Sri Lanka. The fishermen sit on a cross bar called a petta that tied to a vertical pole driven into the coral reef. The men fish with either rods or just string. The catch is either a variety of spotted herring or small mackerel. [ Galle fort ]-: A recent visit to the Galle Fort World Heritage Site, the writer came face to face with evidence of ‘disintegration’ of this historical location. 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 [ Madu River ]-: Madu Ganga Wet Land spreads across 915 hectares, out of which 770 hectares is covered with water. Sail downstream for about a kilometer, the river opens its doors to 36 spectacular islands covering the rest 145 hectares. The inhabitants of these islands are mostly traditional fishermen and to some extent they are engaged in some traditional cottage industries such as producing peeled cinnamon and cinnamon oil. [ Turtle Hatchery ]-: According to scientific research, it is estimated that there are eight species of sea turtles in the world. Five of these species are in the habit of frequenting the beach stretches of the South Coast of Sri Lanka. End of tour and say goodbye ! Read more

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Day in trip
Location
Hotel
Day 1
Location Sigiriya
Day 3
Location Kandy
Day 5
Location Nuwaraeliya
Day 6
Location Ella
Day 7
Location Yala ( Thissamaharamaya )
Day 8
Location Mirissa

TRIP PACKAGE

Package includes

  • Includes:
  • 10 days Transportation+airport transfer an Air Conditioned Vehicle with an English speaking chauffeur
  • 09 nights’ accommodations with AC & hot water on B/B basis.
  • chauffeur accommodation & meals
  • All government taxes & service charges
  • Passenger vehicle Insurance
  • Fuel
  • Parking tickets
  • Highway Expenses
  • Wi-Fi in the hotels
  • Showlanka free offers
  • Morning & evening Drinking water bottles
  • Mobile phone with local sim card
  • Special one day lunch
  • Map of Srilanka
  • Train tickets [ before on month Booking ]
  • Child seats on require

Package excludes

  • Excludes:
  • International Air fare
  • Visa fees
  • All expenses of personal nature
  • All entrance fee for attraction
  • Hiring car for National parks.
  • Lunch / Dinner
  • Gratification

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  • Child policy -:
  • Children below 03 years – Free of charge
  • 3-12 years sharing parent’s room 50% on adults rates from meals plan
  • Extra bed 15 USD per night
  • Compulsory Supplements -:
  • Middle East Market Supplement US $ 30/-nprpd (26/06/2017 until 20/07/2017 & 01/09/2017 until 10/09/2017) [ only luxury package ]
  • Kandy Perahera festival room supplement comfort 25 USD per night per room,Luxury per night per room 40/-net from 29th July to 09th August
  • Christmas Gala Dinner for comfort Per Person 30/-net & Child 50% for Luxury per person 75/-net & Child 50%
  • New Year Gala Dinner for comfort Per Person 30/-net & Child 50% for Luxury per person 100/-net & Child 50%
  • Remakes-:
  • Mentioned all of attraction on your route & possible to visit or skip as you need.
  • Please note in case the selected Hotels are unable to accommodate due to over booking or any other reasons, arrangements will be made to provide a similar place with same conditioned.

REVIEWS

5 Reviews

Mr. Olav D, Norway

We were so lucky to spend 3 nights in a bungalow in Yala national park. It was more than fantastic. Our tour operator in Sri Lanka, Showlanka, had arranged this for us. It had been very difficult to get us booked in this bungalow as it is very popular. We can not thank Showlanka tour operator enough! We new from last year that there are too many jeeps in yala, and all the tourists go on the main road. This time as we stayed several days in the bungalow far away into the national park, we did not see any jeeps so we had quiet days only us and the wildlife. It was amazing to have spotted dear, leopard, wild boar, mungo, squirrels, monkeys, bats and civette cats among us, as well as the frogs, lizards and birds. From happy, happy norwegians Olav and Beate Read more

Silverteen, United Kingdom

just returned from 14 nights in Sri lanka, our first time in SL and we loved it. Such a beautiful country from the Rolling hills of the hill country, to beautiful tropical beaches and fantastic wildlife. First off i just want to say that 99% of the sri lankans we met were very friendly and respectful, even those selling were not pushy, but many were just keen to say hello and share a smile. First off we flew from gatwick via dubai with Emirates, the flights were excellent, with just 2 hour lay over in dubai and the planes were superb, with excellent food and entertainment and comfy seats, We were even lucky enough to be upgraded to 1st class for free on the gatwick to dubai leg and it was a great start to our trip. day 1 We arrived at colombo airport around 9 am, we were met by our driver from Showlanka tours and they were excellent, good english, nice car, great guide and easy to arrange and we paid around £150 for 3 days driver/guide. After we had freshened up at the airport we headed to Pinnawala elephant sanctuary. This seemed like a nice run place but a few upsetting things especially an elephant who had lost its lower leg in a land mine and just leaned against a fence with its back looking painfully out of shape, i truly think it would be nicer to put it to sleep. apart form that its a great place to see the elephants bathing in the river but not really our type of thing. We then headed to Sigirya village, nice hotel, with grey and brown monkeys giving great entertainment on the roofs and the early morning alarm call of a group of monkeys running across the roof. stunning views of sigirya rock from here. day 2 We went to polonnawura in the morning, hiring a excellent guide to take us across the main sights, it was very busy and hot as it was the school holidays but still a great place, recommend hiring a guide (lots available as you enter site) as they provide so much information compared to walking round aimlessly. the sites are spread out so our driver came in handy when moving around the sites. After we went to Minneriya naitonal park for a safari, think we paid about £45 for both of us and had a private jeep, as it was dry season (august) it was the perfect time to see elephants at the park, we must have seen a herd of over 100 elephants who stood near the lake and bathed in the water, a truly magnificent sight. This park isnt great for wildlife other than elephants but ideal if you like your elephants. Id recommend this over pinnawala. Day 3 Being tired and having a hectic schedule we decided to give the dambulla caves a miss and catch up on some sleep and to enjoy the hotel (sigiriya village) and its pool, then later in the afternoon we had our driver drop us at the Samadhi centre kandy. Once there we walked the grounds, and relaxed by the river running by and enjoyed the evening meal Day 4 we joined a walk organised by the samadhi centre to a local waterfall, the walk was a nice stroll through a small jungle where monkeys played in trees as we walked along the beautiful river. The waterfall was quite beautiful. We did see a snake on a rock very close to us near the waterfall but do not think it was a threat. We spent the afternoon having a massage and reading on our jungle verandah listening to the jungle and spotting wildlife. Day 5 After breakfast we orrganised a tuk tuk to take us to Kandy cottage, when we arrived we were met by the wonderful host Thomas, who walked us into town to help us get tickets for the esala perwala festival as we were there on the last and biggest night, the town was heaving with locals and tourists looking to find a spot to watch the festival. We bought a seat on a balcony and had a lovely meal at the white house restaurant before heading back to Kandy cottage to shower and change. Thomas once again walked us back in town to help us find our seats (really recommend Kandy cottage and will write a review shortly). The festival was superb, with thousands of dancers, drummers, acrobats, fire poi and of course beautifully decorated elephants. Day 6 We went to the botanical gardens after a nice breakfast and spent some time walking in the lovelly gardens, when we went back to Kandy we went to the markets which were great fun and nice to see all the local produce and meet the enthusiastic stall owners. We had some lunch at the "bakery or Bakehouse?" which was very cheap but quick and good value. Later in the day we walked some of the lake before going to temple of the tooth, which as it was the day after the festival was very busy, it was a full moon and an important date to the Buddhists so very busy, but great to see the Buddhists carrying gifts, its a great temple and a magical feel to the place. we did queue to see the "tooth" but were hurried along after only a couple of seconds, but the temple itself is a very interesting place with lots of history. Day 7 We caught a tuk tuk to the train station and caught the Expo rail first class carriage train to Ella, which was superb as you pass countless tea plantations, rolling hills, high mountains as the train winds its way slowly through and around the hills and mountains, great experience. When we arrived in Ella we stayed at "Ella waterfalls homestay", Great accomodation and hosts, we loved ella with its bohemian vibe, with a handful of nice bars and restaurants. Day 8 We had a filling breakfast and headed to walk up Little Adams peak, its quite an easy walk apart from the last 10 minutes where there are quite alot of steps but definately worth the effort, with stunning views at the top as you walk through tea plantations. I must mention there is a young guy selling hand made jewelry about half way up the journey which are made out of different tree seeds, which my fiance loved and he was such a nice guy, he had lots of post cards from people who had bought from him which is testament to how nice he was. On our way back down we called in the 98 acres resort, which looked stunning, for food and a well deserved drink. In the afternoon we relaxed at the homestay reading in the hammocks and my fiance had a wonderful massage, before having another great meal in ella town at night. Day 9 We hired a tuk tuk driver for the 3 hour journey to arugam bay, leaving early to allow us time at arugam bay and avoiding the noticeable temperature rise. We stayed at Galaxy lounge which was a great located place, with fantastic sea cabanas. We spent the day sun bathing, enjoying the sea and the big waves battering us and drinking at the nice beach bars. Day 10 Spent the day on the beach, having a surf lesson, and reading in hammocks, a day of complete relaxation and something we needed after moving around and seeing so much previously. Day 11 We arranged for a driver to take us to tissa, it took around 3 hours and we stayed at My village tissa, which was superb, we had lunch and were met by our safari jeep and guide to take an afternoon safari in Yala, this was my favourite thing in Sri Lanka, it was superb, we seen hundreds of wild animals, including Crocidles, Beautiful birds, Monkeys, Spotted deer, mongoose, Buffalo, Wild hogs, snakes and although we didnt spot a leopard it was still brilliant. After the safari we had a superb sri lankan curry at my village before crashing in bed before 10pm! Day 12 We left tissa by driver to Mirissa, staying at the lovely palm villa, Mirissa suited us perfectly, lovely beach and sea, lovely hotel and great choice of beach bars and restaurants. Day 13 Spent the day enjoying mirissa, in the early evening we hired a tuk tuk to see weligama, which i would not recommend, it was a busy town but seemed a little dirty and no where near as nice as mirissa beach. Day 14 After being impressed with showlanka tours we arranged for a driver for the whole day, we got picked up at 10 am, and spent the day heading up the coast towards the airport for our early morning flight. We called in at the stilt fishermen, Galle for a few hours, calling at the fishing port and markets before spending a nice time strolling around the fort walls and did a little bit of shopping. We called in hikkaduwa having food at the laid back secret place and buying a batik for £25, its a stunning piece nearly 6 foot long and the owner took us through his shop/house to see the colours being made, designs, and the painting being applied. The driver recommended doing a river cruise which was a bit of a tourist trap, an hours cruise cost about £20 for both of us, not alot to see but they take you through mangroves etc to see local fishermen, cinnamon being used and a fish farm, not the best but the cruise part was nice and relaxing. after this we called in kosgoda turtle hatchery, and i have to say this was a highlight, we had fernado the owners son guide us round, where some turtles had just hatched in the sand, we were allowed to hold them and actually releases one each into the water for the first time, its a great place and i really recommend it, we both love turtles and you could literally feel the enthusiasm and passion from them. its a great project and really glad we ended our holiday on such a lovely note. before heading to the airport we went to mount lavinia seafood cove restaurant which was superb and a real treat as our last meal. We had a fantastic time in sri lanka and would recommend it to any one. it has so much to offer, and we met some great people while making some lovely memories in such a wonderful place Read more

Mr. Edelchen, Germany

The easiest way to travels around the island is with your own driver - what is really affordable in Sri Lanka. The traffic here is nothing for our driving habits – better, one enjoys laid-back the surroundings and the life passing by. A specific feature in Sri Lanka: many lodgings offer a free driver's accommodation. Our local travel agency Showlanka Tours and their driver knows them all and can give recommendations and take care of any reservation. To us our driver was during 3 weeks a good companion, interesting conversational partner and attentive careful driver. At the airport we bought on arrival a local pre-paid card for an old mobile phone we have brought. So we could always get easy in contact with our driver. In Sri Lanka also calls to foreign countries are relatively cheap. We enjoyed to stay in a mix of different kind of accommodations, in charming family-run guest houses, an old colonial house, an architectural jewel of modern design and a luxurious small planter's house. Today Sri Lanka is a miraculous and safe travel destination. We were astonished how much is to be discovered on such a small spot on earth not bigger than Bavaria: tropical palm beaches, lush green rain forests, botanical gardens, elephants and leopards Safaris, tea plantations in the chill humid highland, mountain landscapes with deep gaps and waterfalls, king's sites, colonial culture beside Buddhist temples, living religions and ceremonies - and really good curry. Read more

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