Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

Sri Lanka is one of the best holiday spots in the world because of its rich cultural and historical foundation. Sri Lanka is a place of year-round pleasures, from the beauty of its cultural triangle to the pristine beaches surrounding the island to its hill country with green-capped mountains and amazing animals in the national parks. Leading Sri Lankan travel company Seerendipity Tours provides a well-designed Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package that takes you to the heart of the country.

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Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

While it is true that Sri Lanka is one of the smallest countries in Asia, this is good news for travellers who have limited time for a Sri Lankan trip. You can capture a lifetime’s worth of breathtaking images on a single trip, seeing many of Sri Lanka’s most charming villages, virgin forests, tea-covered slopes, karst landscapes, and beach towns. An 8-day holiday package by car across Sri Lanka teaches many visitors that although the nation appears small on a two-dimensional map, it is a 3D heavyweight. The terrain is dotted with breathtaking mountain ranges, the tops of which are reflected in Sri Farm lands, rice paddys and lakes that receive water from rivers that meander across gently sloping hillsides and eventually join the Indian Ocean.

Sri Lanka is one of the best holiday spots in the world because of its rich cultural and historical foundation. Sri Lanka is a place of year-round pleasures, from the beauty of its cultural triangle to the pristine beaches surrounding the island to its hill country with green-capped mountains and amazing animals in the national parks. Leading Sri Lankan travel company Seerendipity Tours provides a well-designed Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package that takes you to the heart of the country.

Top 15 Places to See on a Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

What are the places included in a Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package?

Which Sri Lankan 8-day holiday package is the best one?

What are the best beaches for an 8-day Sri Lanka holiday package?

Many times, our readers ask us questions like these. Foreign tourists love Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package, and Seerendipity Tours hosts 12 of them each month. Almost all of the people who reserve these Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package are foreign tourists.
Two factors led me to title this blog post “Best places to visit in Sri Lanka: An 8-day holiday package.” The first is the emails I get from clients asking where to go in Sri Lanka in 8 days. The second just-released itinerary for our Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package includes the 15 locations listed below that you can see in just 8 days.
The whole purpose of introducing this Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package is to accommodate the growing number of tourists who want to spend their time seeing significant locations on the island. Among many other fascinating locations, this Sri Lanka tour takes visitors to Buddhist temples, forts, stunning scenery, tea gardens, and cultural attractions. I’m just going to highlight 15 places in this post, though, that I think you shouldn’t miss.

Getting around in Sri Lanka on your Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package?

The ideal method to get around on an eight-day trip to Sri Lanka is in a private car with a local driver or guide. Like most Seerendipity vacation packages, the eight-day trip to Sri Lanka is a private tour. Ground transportation and sightseeing trips are all private, with a local driver-guide.

What are the best places to visit on a Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package?

I. Sigiri Rock

Among Sri Lanka’s top tourist destinations is the Sigiriya Rock Fortress. Among the most significant historical sites on the island, Sigiriya is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The eight-day tour of Sri Lanka starts with this destination.

Sigiriya, also known as Sinhagiri is an old rock fortification in the northern Matale District of the Central Province of Sri Lanka, close to the town of Dambulla. A huge granite column rising to a height of around 180 meters (590 feet) dominates this historical and archeological monument.

This location was a big forest, but after storms and landslides, it became a hill and King Kashyapa (AD 477–495) chose it as his new capital, according to the ancient Sri Lankan chronicle, the Cūḷavaṃsa. He erected his palace on this boulder and painted vibrant frescoes on its sides. He constructed a huge,, lion-shaped entrance on a little platform, almost halfway up the side of this rock. It is from this structure, Siṃhagiri the Lion Rock, that the place got its name.

Once the king passed away, the royal palace and the capital were abandoned. Up until the fourteenth century, it functioned as a Buddhist monastery. Today, UNESCO has designated Sigiriya as a World Heritage Site. It is among the best-preserved instances of historic urban planning.

2. Golden Cave Temple at Dambulla

A live Buddhist site in central Sri Lanka, the Rangiri Dambulla Cave Temple is centred around a group of five cave shrines. Since the third century BCE, Buddhist monks have lived in these natural caves, which have undergone constant transformation to become one of the largest and most impressive Buddhist complexes in Southern and South Eastern Asia with cutting-edge interior design and decoration techniques. Before attaining their current interior shapes in the 18th century, the cave shrines underwent multiple remodeling and upgrading programmes in accordance with a longstanding tradition connected with ongoing royal sponsorship and living Buddhist ritual practices. The enormous interior chambers of the cave shrines are not divided; rather, a purposeful and subdued arrangement of superbly crafted polychrome sculptures adorned with exquisite mural paintings creates spatial distinction. The devotees are guided methodically through the spaces from one ceremonial purpose to the next by this spatial hierarchy and purposeful interior design free of physical divides. The site’s connection to the ongoing, more than two millennia-old Buddhist ceremonial activities and pilgrimages makes it noteworthy in the Buddhist community.

3. Seeing the Tooth Relic Temple

The most hallowed Buddhist shrine in Sri Lanka is the tooth relic temple at Kandy. The temple enjoys great popularity not just in Sri Lanka but also all around the Buddhist world. Many thousands of Buddhist enthusiasts come to the temple each day.

People from all over the world come to pray at the Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic, which is home to Gautama Buddha’s left canine tooth. UNESCO named the temple a world heritage site in 1988. Every day, thousands of local and foreign followers and tourists visit to honor the building.

The temple is very important to Buddhists all over the world, and it is also very important to culture. The building is in the unique Kandyan style, which is a mix of the style used to make “Dalada Mandira,” the shrines that held the Sacred Tooth Relic in other countries.

It is in the city of Kandy, close to the old Royal Palace to the north and the forest area called “Udawaththa Kelaya” to the east. The temple is dedicated to the Sacred Tooth Relic. The well-known Kandy Lake, which is also called “Kiri Muhuda” to the south and “Natha & Paththini Devala” to the west. Gold, silver, bronze, and ivory are used to make very detailed carvings on the building.

4. Kandyan Cultural Exhibition

Sri Lanka has its own unique singing culture, which can be seen most clearly in the city of Kandy in the hill country. Sri Lankan traditional dance and music are a mix of Indian and local styles that honor the country’s culture. Most of the time, Sri Lankan traditional dancing is a loud performance with drums, flutes, songs, and dancing. However, people in the audience are not urged to join in. In the city of Kandy, there are many places where you can see real Kandyan dancing and where bands show up at any time.

5. Botanical Garden

The most visited and exquisite botanical garden in Sri Lanka is the Royal Botanical Garden of Peradeniya. A highlight of every visit to Kandy is the botanical garden of Peradeniya. It is known for having a large collection of flowers. There are more than 4000 different kinds of plants in the garden, such as flowers, spices, medicinal plants, and palm trees. The “National Herbarium of Sri Lanka” is added to it.

6. Kandy’s downtown

When on a Kandy sightseeing tour, visitors stop by bustling downtown Kandy. During the approximately two-hour city tour, which winds through the bustling center of the city, visitors can peruse a café, gift shops, jewelry stores, apparel stores, and many more.

7. Tea factories and plantations

A journey to Sri Lanka has to include a visit to a tea plantation and mill. You can stop at any of the several tea plantations, which stretch from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya, to see how tea is usually produced.
Tea, one of the main export goods of Sri Lanka, brings in many millions of dollars for the country. Sri Lanka is a tea-drinking nation and the home of the world’s top tea brand, “CEYLON TEA.”

7. Ramboda waterfall

One of the most picturesque waterfalls on the island tumbles over the Ramdoa plateau. Hundreds of tourists throng the 90-meter-tall waterfall every day. To get up close to the waterfalls, travelers must go downhill. When torrential rain feeds the waterfalls in the highlands during the rainy season, which lasts from May to November, they are most magnificent.

8. Nuwara Eliya City

The most remarkable aspect about this mountain resort is its therapeutic climate. With green-capped mountains, tea gardens, waterfalls, rivers, and areas of forests, it stands out sharply against the lowland coastal resorts of Colombo and Bentota.

The city of Nuwara Eliya is in the hill country of Sri Lanka’s Central Province. Its name means “city of light” or “city on the plain” The city has beautiful scenery and a mild temperature. It is the administrative capital of Nuwara Eliya District. It is at an elevation of 1,868 m (6,128 ft) and is thought to be Sri Lanka’s most important tea-growing area. Pid urutalagala, Sri Lanka’s biggest mountain, looks down on the city. Nuwara Eliya has the coolest weather in Sri Lanka and is known for having a mild temperature.

9. Gregory Lake

Waterways that are perennial and have their source in the Pidurutalagala highlands supply Gregory Lake. It is well kept and intended to accommodate families, children, and picnickers visiting Nuwara Eliya. Gregory Lake’s surroundings include walking trails, playgrounds for children, and sizable open spaces for get-togethers. Among the well-liked activities here are fishing, horseback riding, and boating, especially speed boating.

10. Seetha Amman Temple

The Hindu temple Seetha Amman Temple honors Seetha, the wife of God Rama. The temple draws a sizable number of Hindu worshipers from India, as well as Sri Lanka. Many believe that the temple stands where Sita, in the Hindu tale of the Ramayana, prayed daily for her husband Rama to rescue her from the king Ravana’s captivity. A stream that comes from a nearby hill is next to the temple. People say that Sita Devi used this stream during her stay at Ashoka Vatika. Some people also think that Devi Sita took a bath in this stream. People believe that the round depressions in the rock face across the stream are Hanuman’s tracks

11. Victoria Park

origins of the lovely garden can be found in the British colonial era of the early eighteenth century. The vast assortment of trees and blooming plants in this rather small garden makes it quite stunning. The garden is stunning from April to June, when the mountains are in bloom, since it is a kaleidoscope of hues.

12. Udawalawe Park

Most tourists are aware of Udawalawee National Park because of its rich wildlife and elephant transit camp. Big herds of wild elephants are often seen in Udawalawe National Park, one of the best locations on the island for elephant safaris. A foster home for orphan elephants discovered abandoned in the jungles elsewhere on the island, the elephant transit camp is situated next to the Udawalawe National Park.

13. Galle Fort

Every day, a large number of foreign tourists visit Galle Fort, the most well-liked tourist destination in southern Sri Lanka. With origins dating back to the 16th century, Galle Fort is the best-preserved Dutch fort in Asia. Throughout Ditch rule in Sri Lanka (1656 AD to 1796 AD), it served as the residence quarters of Dutch administrators, complete with all conveniences.
The buildings that were constructed over 200 years ago are still in excellent condition and serve as hotels, cafes, museums, stores, galleries, and religious institutions. A walking tour of the Fort completes any journey to southern Sri Lanka. The winding cobblestone streets would transport one to an antique European city from the sixteenth century.

14. Madu River

A Ramsar wetland, the Madu River estuary is one of the best locations in Sri Lanka to observe the abundant riverine flora and fauna. During the boat trip, one may view Buddhist temples, a mangrove jungle, crocodiles, monkeys, monitors, and other bird species.

15. Bentota Beach

Many beach vacationers seek sanctuary at Bentota, one of the island’s most beautiful beaches. Apart from sun worshipping, Bentota Beach offers a plethora of other fascinating water sports activities, including snorkelling, diving, surfing, kayaking, boats, and any other intriguing water sport.

Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

This eight-day Sri Lanka itinerary offers a special chance to see several UNESCO world heritage sites with magnificent paintings, wood and stone sculptures, enormous Stupas, and rich architectural structures.
After spending three days in the cultural triangle, you will be in awe of the magnificent historical sites in Sigiriya, Dambulla, and Kandy. You will have many of chances to meet locals, experience rural life, and learn Sri Lankan cooking by enrolling in a village cooking class.

When is the best time for Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package on the southern route?

By far the most well-liked Sri Lanka 8-day tour, particularly among foreign tourists, is the southern route. The ideal months for an eight-day vacation of Sri Lanka are November through April, if that helps. The weather pattern of Sri Lanka indicates that from November to April, the southern and west coasts of the country enjoy comparatively dry and sunny weather. Around 30 degrees Celsius is the average temperature during this time, although the south and west of the island only see occasional rains.

Itinerary of the Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

Day 1: Exploring the cave Temple of Dambulla

Day 2: Cooking lesson, village trip, Sigiriya rock, and Polonnaruwa

Day 3: Cultural Show, Kandy, Shrine of the Tooth Relic.

Day 4: Ramboda waterfall walk, tea gardens in Nuwara Eliya.

Day 5: Mirissa Beach and Udawalawe Jeep Safari.

Day 6: Whale viewing and leisure

Day 7: Bentota and Galle

Day 8: Departure.

You will discover a stunning nation characterized by vast green cover and experience amazement in a new manner on this fascinating island when you travel to Sri Lanka. While the mountains of Sri Lanka offer breathtaking views and tumbling waterfalls, the cultural triangle of the country (Kandy, Polonnaruwa, and Anuradhapura) is well-known for its historical sites. At the end of the excursion, its immaculate beaches provide a different viewpoint. You will see local villages and an elephant rescue center at Udawalawe in addition to all these historical sites, Buddhist temples, mountains, and beaches.
This is a private tour package that is available all year. Though the eight-day Sri Lanka itinerary is a prearranged travel package, it can be adjusted to suit the particular needs of the participants. A private tour allows us to make any adjustments our clients need.
Other trip packages, such the Yala safari tour, the Udawalawe wildlife tour, the Kitulgala whitewater rafting tour, or beach vacation packages, can also be coupled with the tour. Though tour guides who speak other languages can be arranged upon request, the tour is mostly performed in English.

Highlights of Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

  • Touring the rock stronghold of Sigiriya
  • Seeing Dambulla Golden Cave Temple
  • Discovering the historic city of Polonnaruwa
  • Take part in the temple of the Kandy tooth relics’ evening ceremony
  • See Sri Lankan dancers perform acrobatically.
  • Safari in the Udawalawe wildlife reserve on four wheels in a jeep
  • Watch the young orphan elephants at the Udawalawe elephant transit camp being fed milk.
  • Go for an afternoon walk to take in the sea air.
  • Take a village cooking course to learn Sri Lankan cuisine.

Day 1: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package: visiting golden cave temple

A Seerendipity Tours representative will meet and greet you, and then you can begin your eight-day Sri Lanka itinerary at the airport or at a hotel of your choosing. You will see the Dambulla golden cave temple on route, which is the first destination on your eight-day Sri Lanka itinerary.
Golden Temple at Dambulla
Attracting its name from the first century BC, Dambulla Golden Cave Temple is among the largest and oldest Buddhist temples in the world.
The temple is situated in the lively central province city of Dambulla, which is undoubtedly a city of contrasts. In recent years, the city has experienced rapid growth, and it is now among the largest and busiest in the area.

Hiking to Dambulla Cave Temple

You go to the Dambulla cave temple with your guide after lunch, and you will be shown throughout the five caves that house over 150 Buddha, god, and monarch statues. At the same time, admire thousands of centuries-old wall and ceiling murals, but the humidity in the caverns has caused some of the paintings to be ruined over the past few decades.
Later in the day, check into the hotel and enjoy your free time or go for a leisurely stroll to take in Sigiriya’s and the surrounding area’s natural beauty. The rocky outcrop is converted into rice paddies with jagged mountains in the background, and this dry-zone location has a lot of lakes and green cover. Many native bird species are easily visible by visitors to this dry zone forested area, which is a well-liked bird-watching location on the island.
Our knowledgeable guide will explore this neighborhood’s customs, monuments, tastes, and history, which is a subtle blend of old and new, modern homes, and historic landmarks. Most foreign tourists who are seeing Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle swarm to Sigiriya or Habarana. With its prime position in the cultural triangle, Sigiriya/Habarana offers quick access to the majority of its attractions.
Remarks: When visiting a temple, kindly heed the policies and norms and dress appropriately.

Day 2: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package visiting Sigiriya rock fortress

Today is the second trek of the eight-day program in Sri Lanka, at the Sigiriya rock castle. The rigorous climb at Sigiriya rock fortress, which is far more difficult than the hike at Dambulla cave temple, was practiced for the adventurous hike at Dambulla. You will leave at about 7 AM, and the guide will arrange the pick-up a little early today.
Starting the Sigiriya trek as early as possible can help you escape the intense heat in the region. When you climb, excessive humidity in the area causes you to perspire profusely and take in a lot of fluid.
With thousands of visitors each day, Sigiriya is one of the most well-known tourist destinations on the island and maybe the most significant one in the cultural triangle. Dating back to the fifth century AD, Sigiriya rock castle boasts a perfectly designed and landscaped garden, a highly sophisticated water management system, architectural skills, and artistic ability.
Comments: The trip, both up and down, takes around three hours. It is highly advised to wear hiking-appropriate shoes, and cotton shorts and a t-shirt work well. It is ideal to climb the rock with a bottle of water. Kindly be advised that the location lacks restrooms.
Remarks: The two hours of hiking in Sigiriya can take two to three hours. It is unsuitable for those with knee and back issues, as well as pregnant women. Climbing the 2000 tight steps requires comfortable shoes.

The old city of Polonnaruwa is visited in the afternoon.

The drive from Sigiriya to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa takes around an hour. The old city of Polonnaruwa is the last stop on the half-day excursion. The old city tour lasts about two hours. The tourists touring Polonnaruwa are seeing a lot of fascinating sites, including palaces, temples, audience halls, pleasure gardens, lakes, and many other historic buildings.

The guided tour of Sigiriya Village

The highlight for most tourists on this five-day itinerary in Sri Lanka is the village tour, which is an amazing and singular experience that you can only have in Sigiriya. Though there are numerous cooking schools available on the island, this one in Hiriwadunna is unique since it offers an authentic local experience.
The one-hour Hiriwadunna village tour includes cooking instruction, boat trip, and Bullock cart ride. You will meet a local family when you are shown to a farmland and a village home. Together with the female cook, you will be learning how to cook and eventually tasting the results. See a local temple on the way back to the Sigiriya hotel.

Day 3: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package: trip to a spice garden

After breakfast, head toward the Kandy hotel, stopping at the spice garden along the road. A fascinating walking tour of the Spice Garden makes it possible to see a lot of trees and plants that produce various spices, sauces, and herbs. You can also gain knowledge about the Ayurvedic native healing system throughout the two hours of wandering in the open garden.

Kandyan cultural show, city tour, and tooth-relic temple

Makes a halt at the Matale spice garden on route to the hotel in Kandy after breakfast. Though Matale lies in Sri Lanka’s rainy zone, where extremely significant rainfall is recorded annually, it is only a short distance from Sigiriya and Dambulla. Passing through Matale, you will observe several Hindu temples and a sizable Tamil population.

Spice Garden in Matale

Most people know Matale for its spice gardens, which allow guests to examine different herbs and spices up close. Matale is the primary region in Sri Lanka where a lot of farmers actively grow spices. Sri Lanka mostly earns foreign exchange from spices. You head to a hotel in Kandy after learning about the many spices and their practical applications, which flourish on the island before midday.

Kandy City Tour

First up on the Kandy City Tour will be a drive up a hill near Kandy Lake to the Kandy View Point, where you may take in the breathtaking views of the lake and the town below.
Next, discover the more than 4000 plant species—mostly orchids, medicinal plants, and palm trees—that call Peradeniya’s botanical gardens home. The gardens and every variety of flower you will see are photogenic.

A shopping and gem museum tour will be part of your Kandy city tour after lunch. In Kandy, a large number of people run errands every day. The market offers a great deal to see, from tea to spices to plants. Additionally available as mementos are clothing, batiks, and wooden sculptures.
The agenda item after that is Gems. With Kandy being one of the primary locations where a lot of gems are offered in retail stores, Sri Lanka is renowned as the “Isle of Gems.” Perfectly cut and polished stones make up a very remarkable collection. Popular gems include Alexandrite, Sapphires, Cat’s Eyes, Rubies, Star Rubies, and others.
The tooth relic of Lord Buddha, housed in a golden casket, is the most important and sacred site for Buddhists in the entire nation; hence, an evening visit to the Temple of Tooth is a must-see. It is located in the Royal Palace Complex, a well-known beauty spot. With the plate of flowers and oil lamps lit, make the offering of flowers and take in the tranquilly, the aroma of incense, and the sounds of chanting with the hundreds of devotees visiting the temple.
At last, you will see a cultural performance that highlights Sri Lankan history and legacy through traditional Kandyan dancing. The national dance of the nation is a very amazing sight.

Kandyan cultural show

Following the city tour, the Kandyan Lake Club is visited to see the Kandyan cultural show, which has dance troupes along with drummers and flautists. There are many of viewers for the one-hour Kandyan cultural event. The Kandyan cultural display offers the ideal chance to see traditional music and dancing from Sri Lanka.
The Kandyan cultural presentation comes to a conclusion at the same time that the twilight ceremony at the tooth relic temple starts. The tourists travel around three minutes from Lake Club to the tooth relic shrine as soon as the Kandyan cultural presentation is over

The Temple of the tooth Relic tour

Thousands of devoted locals and foreign visitors visit Tooth Relic Shrine every day, which is the most revered Buddhist temple on the island. The temple is best visited during the approximately one-hour evening ceremonial, which begins at 06.30. Once home to Sri Lankan monarchs, the exquisite temple now proudly houses Buddha’s left eyetooth.

Day 4: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package: topur of Kandy and Nuwara Eliya

Head for the hotel in Nuwara Eliya after a leisurely breakfast. Kandy and Nuwara Eliya are just 100 kilometers apart, and the drive takes about two hours without stops. But with two stops at the Ranboda waterfall and tea factory, the trip today will take about five hours.
Visit downtown Nuwara Eliya, Gregory Lake, Victoria Park, the golf course and the racecourse on the afternoon sightseeing tour of Nuwara Eliya.

Visiting of the Tea Factory

A tea factory in Ramboda will be the first visit of the day so you may observe the tea-making process. This important crop rules the Sri Lankan mountains, and tea covers a considerable portion of the country. The tea factory will host a tea party where guests can sample freshly brewed teacups and eventually buy a sample of the finest Ceylon tea.
Excursion to Ramboda Falls

Ramboda Water falls

After visiting the tea plant, a trek leads to one of the most stunning waterfalls in Sri Lanka’s mountains. Following the Ramboda Falls, when your guide stops to give you a closer look at those tourist sites, you will come upon Sita Amman temple and Gregory Lake.
See a big herd of infants that were fighting to survive in the jungle at the Udawalawe elephant transit camp in the evening. They are in the hands of caregivers now and are healthy and protected. Every day during feeding hours, the tiny jumbos visit the elephant transit camp; the rest of the day, they are acclimatizing to life in their natural environment. As they become adults, the babies live independently in the forest and are not subject to park management.

Day 5: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package: Beaches and Udawalawe

After breakfast, go for Ella and Udawalawe on the way to Mirissa Beach. After checking into the hotel, which takes around two hours, there is free time. Safari at Udawalwe National Park next, and then stop by the elephant transit camp.

Day 6: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package: a whale viewing trip.

Starting early in the morning, you and your chauffeur guide drive to Mirissa port from your beach hotel in Mirissa. Together with an experienced crew and a naturalist, you will board the specifically built whale-watching boat and head out. Though occasionally it can go a little longer, the whale-watching trip lasts between two and five hours.
We do not schedule any further significant activity for today’s programs because of the uncertainty surrounding the length of the whale-watching boat trip. As such, after the whale-watching excursion, the visitors are free to relax on the beach.

Day 7: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package : Mirissa-Bentota

Leaves for a sightseeing trip of Galle after breakfast, then heads to the Bentota beach hotel. Walking tour of Galle Fort en route, and stop by the sea turtle conservation project. Afternoon free time at the beach resort.

Day 8: Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package : Bentota-Colombo

After breakfast, head to the airport in Colombo. Usually, we have no big plans for the final day of our eight-day Sri Lanka visit. We will either drive you to the beach resort of your choosing or to the airport for an onward trip. Even the time we leave the hotel today is not planned since it depends mostly on the specifics of your flight. When visiting a beach resort, however, you check out of the hotel after breakfast.
Eight days of the Sri Lanka itinerary end with a happy note

Why choose Seerendipity Tours to arrange your Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package?

Totally owned locally, Seerendipity Tour has its main headquarters in Colombo. One of Seerendipity Tours’ strongest suit is its very knowledgeable local team, who can arrange your ideal vacation to Sri Lanka.

Best pricing assured for your Sri Lanka 8-day holiday package

You can ensure the best pricing since, when you book a trip with us, you deal directly with the local firm and avoid intermediaries. Just contact us, telling us when you plan to travel and what you enjoy seeing.

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Our team creates a customized plan for you that you can modify until you choose the ideal package. For ideas, you can also peruse our current trip packages; each of our pre-made packages is modifiable and can be altered to fit your exact specifications. Write to or call. WhatsApp: 0094-77-4440977

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