|1||Depart UK||Overnight flights to Colombo|
|2||Colombo||Arrive into Sri Lanka and transfer to hotel||D|
|3||Colombo to Habarana||Visit to fair trade craft group Selyn and Dambulla cave temple||B D|
|4||Habarana||Tour of the ancient city of Anuradhapura||B D|
|5||Habarana||Explore the ancient city of Polonnaruwa||B D|
|6||Harabana to Kandy||Sigiriya Rock Fortress and introduction to fair trade spices in a cooking class||B|
|7||Kandy to Pinnewella||Enjoy Kandy and the Peradeniya Botanical Gardens||B|
|8||Pinnewella to Haputale||Explore Nuwara Eliya known as 'Little England'||B L|
|9||Haputale||Visit to a Fairtrade tea estate||B L|
|10||Hatupale to Pinnewella||Scenic train journey arriving after sunset||B L|
|11||Pinnewella to Marawila||Free time to enjoy the pool at Marawila||B D|
|12||Marawila||Visit to the producers at Gospel House||B D|
|13||Marawila to Colombo||Visit to coir (coconut husk fibres) producer group||B D|
|14||Colombo||Explore Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo||B D|
|15||Colombo||Drive along the coast to visit Galle and its fort. Farewell dinner||B D|
|16||Depart||Arrive back in the UK||B|
Key: B - Breakfast, L - Lunch, D - Dinner
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Stunning scenery, exotic wildlife, a rich and fascinating culture - Sri Lanka has something to delight any traveller. And with them all packed into one small island, there's something to marvel at and enjoy every day, as we explore the wonders of its ancient cities, the lush tea estates surrounding Kandy and delight in the warm welcome from handloom workers at Selyn.
From its modern capital, Colombo, to the glories of its ancient past, this tour provides the perfect introduction to all that Sri Lanka has to offer. We see elephants, peacocks and monkeys whilst still having time to relax on one of Sri Lanka's many stunning palm fringed beaches.
Our partners, Adventure Lanka are a locally owned company run by people with a passion for their country, its people and its environment. With a strong belief that all guests have an authentic yet responsible and sustainable experience of Sri Lanka, the guides are keen to share their knowledge and even teach you a few phrases in Sinhala to enable you to interact with the locals you meet.
“A beautiful island and a memorable tour”
“At Selyn we had interesting tours round dyeing, spinning and weaving workshops and they made us a super lunch!”
“We saw the sights and met some amazing people”
“Learning about the tea was a unique experience and our guide was really informative and interesting”
“Amazed by the beauty of the country and the friendliness of the people”
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All accommodation in hotels and guesthouses with en-suite facilities
60% meals provided
3 long road transfers
1 train journey
5 producer visits
9 tourist visits
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