Three days Tour

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Nuwaraeliya / Ella / Bentota

pick up from:- Airport

                          :- Colombo

                          :- Negombo



Nuwara Eliya


Horton Plains National Park: This park is home to some of Sri Lanka's most stunning scenery, including World's End, a cliff that drops 2,000 feet (600 meters) to the valley below. You can go for a hike in the park, visit the Baker's Falls, or just enjoy the panoramic views.

Gregory Lake: This lake is a popular spot for swimming, boating, and picnicking. There are also a few hiking trails in the area that lead to viewpoints overlooking the lake.

Hakgala Botanical Gardens: These gardens are home to a wide variety of plants, including orchids, roses, and tree ferns. There is also a small zoo in the gardens where you can see monkeys, deer, and birds.

Victoria Park: This park is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. There are gardens, a lake, and a children's playground.

Bale Bazaar: This market is a great place to buy souvenirs, handicrafts, and fresh produce. It is especially lively on weekends




Nine Arch Bridge: This iconic bridge is one of the most photographed landmarks in Ella. It was built in 1921 and is located in the Demodara Valley. You can walk across the bridge or take a train ride underneath it.


Little Adam's Peak: This mountain is a popular hiking destination in Ella. It is about 1,141 meters (3,744 feet) high and the hike to the top takes about 2-3 hours. The views from the top are amazing, especially at sunrise.


Ravana Falls: These waterfalls are located about 2 kilometers from Ella town. They are a popular spot for swimming and picnicking. The falls are said to be the place where the mythical demon king Ravana held Sita captive.


Ella Rock: This is a challenging hike that takes about 4-5 hours to complete. The views from the top are some of the best in Ella, and you can see all the way to the Knuckles Mountains.


The Blue Pool: This natural pool is located in the Ella Gap. It is a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing. The water in the pool is a beautiful blue color, and it is surrounded by lush green hills.


Ella Spice Garden: This garden is a great place to learn about the different spices that are grown in Sri Lanka. You can take a guided tour of the garden and learn about the different spices, how they are grown, and how they are used in cooking.




Dowa Rock Temple: This Buddhist temple is located on a hilltop overlooking Ella town. The temple is said to be over 1,000 years old, and it is a popular spot for pilgrims and tourists.



Bentota Beach: This is the main beach in Bentota and is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and water sports. There are also a number of hotels and restaurants located along the beach.


Lunuganga: This is a beautiful estate and garden designed by the famous Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa. The gardens are filled with tropical plants and flowers, and there are also a number of water features, including a swimming pool and a lotus pond.


Brief Garden: This is a small garden located near Bentota Beach. The garden was designed by Bevis Bawa, Geoffrey Bawa's brother. The garden is filled with tropical plants and flowers, and there is also a small lake.


Bentota Turtle Hatchery: This hatchery is located on the Bentota River. The hatchery helps to protect and conserve sea turtles. Visitors can learn about the different species of sea turtles and see the hatchlings being released into the river.


Cinnamon Island: This is a small island located in the Bentota Lagoon. The island is known for its beautiful beaches and its cinnamon plantations. Visitors can go for walks on the beach, swim in the lagoon, or visit the cinnamon plantations.

Galapata Vihara: This is a Buddhist temple located on the Bentota River. The temple is over 1,000 years old and is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Sri Lanka. The temple is home to a large Buddha statue and a number of other religious artifacts.


Ambalangoda: This is a small town located near Bentota. Ambalangoda is known for its wood carving industry. Visitors can visit the wood carving workshops and see the craftsmen at work.


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