We are a leading travel agent in Sri Lanka who provide all kind of holiday packages. If you are looking for a holiday of relaxation, or an adventurous holiday filled with fun and excitement, we are able to provide them all, with tours fine-tuned to your personal preference. All our tours utilize the service of only the reputed hotels and resorts around the island, and the vehicles that we use are being personally inspected and certified by our management. For every tour we operate, we provide you the service of a qualified tour guide who will be fluent in several languages.
Climbing the Sigiriya Rock
Sigiriya or Lion Rock is an astonishing feat of engineering and construction. A series of moats, ramparts and water gardens — remnants of an ancient city — spread out on two sides of the rock, with the remains of a pair of giant stone lion’s paws still guarding the staircase that leads to the summit, once occupied by a royal palace. Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982, Sigiriya is Asia’s best preserved city of the first millennium. King Kasyapa clearly had an eye for beauty. The pleasure gardens include a series of symmetric pools, channels and fountains that still spurt water after 1,500 years. Partway up the rock are the famous Sigiriya frescoes, featuring 21 bare-breasted damsels that may represent celestial nymphs, but were surely modeled on Kasyapa’s own consorts.
Yala Leopard Safari
YALA (RUHUNA) NATIONAL PARK of all the National Parks in Sri Lanka, Yala gives the best opportunity to witness Sri Lanka’s broad variety of wildlife: colorful painted stork in troops are seen perched at the shores of lagoon where the crocodiles too doze off; lovely peacocks in their resplendent hues of blues and greens parade about amidst the woods monkeys hang, leap and chatter. Amongst its many attractions is considered a bird sanctuary too with more than 130 bird species these are resident and winter visitors. Other attractions in Yala is the large herds of wild Elephants, Spotted Leopards, Spotted Deer, Sambur, Crocodiles, Mongoose, Wild Boar, Wild Buffalo. Ruhunu National Park covers 126,786 . Don’t forget your camera with the lenses and tripod. A memorable experience you can go on an early morning or evening jeep safari and enjoy a camping dinner
Temple of tooth relic
Kandy is synonymous a large city in central Sri Lanka. Set on a plateau surrounded by mountains, home to tea plantations and biodiverse rainforest. The city’s heart is scenic Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake), which is popular for strolling. Kandy is famed for sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine, known for the grand Esala Perahera annual procession. A cultural pageant can be witnessed in the evening specially designed for tourist. Nice weather excellent hideout, Numerous ancient buildings of architectural interest and a forest in the heart of the city to take a quite relaxing time or mediate. One can also visit the Royal Botanical Garden located in Peradeniya, about five and a half kms from Kandy and home to over 4000 species of plants visited by two million tourists every year. Known for its unique collection of orchids, the Royal Gardens can easily be classified as one of the best of its kind.
Whales watching in Mirissa and Trincomalee
Mirissa a heaven for Whale and dolphin watching in Sri Lankayour holiday in Sri Lanka. Mirissa is the best place to start your whale and dolphin watching tour in the Island along with Trincomalee. In warm Indian ocean you can see Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins and Striped dolphins. Sometimes you can see turtles and various fish species, for example Bluefin tuna and flying fish in Mirissa
Stilt fishing in tangalle
The art of stilt fishing is unique to Sri Lanka, bringing hoards of tourists to catch the stilt fishermen posed picturesquely on their poles at dusk and dawn. Stilt fishing is often thought to be an ancient form, indigenous to the island. Although the second half may be true, it is far from ancient. Stilt fishing actually developed during WW2, when food was short, and fishing areas were over populated by fishermen. Now, of the few genuine stilt fishermen left, most perch much farther out to sea than the posers that sit along the coast line