The price includes: The impressive Royal Botanic Gardens, established more than 150 years in the days of the British Empire, visiting Kandy, the cultural heart of the triangle, the last pre-colonial capital of Sri Lanka tour of the Temple of the tooth - one of the holiest shrines of Buddhism. Trip to the Royal Palace and the Citadel in the Sigiriya Rock, visit the medieval capital of Polonaruva, to visit Buddhist monastery Dombula and its cave temples.Do not miss attractions and elephants bathing in the river.Safari is also provided on the back of an elephant and observations of wild leopards. For beach lovers there are two days to relax on a tropical beach. If you wish, you can walk among the endless coconut groves and rubber plantations.
As soon as you arrive, your senses will feel the warm tropical air of Sri Lanka.Island south of India colorful in their own way with thick jungles and wild flowers, wonderful sights and sounds entering an unknown civilization. The bright colors of clothes that women wear, the wide variety of exotic fruits and spices, the beauty of the rural mystique of countless temples and orange-clad Buddhist monks, wild elephants and carts loaded to the brim with products on the market - this is the true diversity of this place.
in Tropic "Marco Polo", the greatest explorers of all time, describes it simply as the most beautiful island in the world. For two thousand years of history, Sri Lanka attracts countless visitors and invaders over the centuries from the nearest Indian, Arab, Portuguese settlers, Dutch and finally British conquerors. All of them are focused on the island for the sole purpose to acquire tea plantations.
For this purpose, even built castles and churches.One hundred forty-five years of British rule has left an indelible imprint on the culture of Sri Lanka. Deep love of cricket is legendary on the island. Played on every street corner.Today this legendary island of spices and precious stones is alive bewitching mixture of Buddhist culture, ancient cities, wildlife-rich jungles - home to leopards, elephants and monkeys, hills shrouded in mist and tropical beaches with palm trees.