Experience Sri Lanka’s stunning landscapes, Wildlife, Culture & Beaches while discovering the rich heritage of Ceylon tea, renowned globally for its exquisite flavor and sustainable cultivation practices.


Sri Lanka’s unparalleled beauty unfolds in its lush tea plantations, pristine beaches, and ancient temples. Embracing sustainability, the island boasts eco-friendly resorts and conservation initiatives, making it a top destination for nature lovers and responsible travelers.


Discover our exclusive Ceylon tea tours, from one-day excursions to immersive four-day experiences, offering a rich exploration of heritage and tea.

01 Day Tour


Trek to Horton plains

Horton Plains National Park is a popular tourist destination due to its magnificent features; World’s End, which is a 3700 feet sheer drop, offers fabulous views of the tea estates below and all the way out to the distant southern coastline. Other attractions include Baker’s Falls and a Chimmini Pool.

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Visit to Sinharaja
Forest Reserve

Unesco world heritage site, located in south-west Sri Lanka, Sinharaja is the country’s last viable area of primary tropical rainforest. More than 60% of the trees are endemic and many of them are considered rare. There is much endemic wildlife, especially birds, but the reserve is also home to over 50% of Sri Lanka’s endemic species of mammals and butterflies, as well as many kinds of insects, reptiles and rare amphibians.

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Visit to Udawatta
Kele Sanctuary

An important bio-reserve on a hillside beside the Dalada Maligawa and spans 257 acres. Can visit three Buddhist monasteries here while trekking through the forest’s dense and diverse vegetation. The toque macaques, barking deer, and slender loris are only some of the animals’ visitors can come across, while around 80 species of birds make this a birdwatcher’s paradise.

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Trek to Upper
Diyaluma Water Fall

Experience the best of nature and adventure, trekking to the upper Diyaluma falls, the 2nd highest waterfall in the country. The latest thrill of Sri Lanka, it is an enthralling and challenging hike atop a 220 metre waterfall comprising several natural pools surrounded by dense jungles and landscapes of resplendent wilderness unfolding along the way.

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Visit to Kanneliya
Rain Forest

The last remaining rainforests in Sri Lanka. Marked as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, this veritable paradise for wildlife enthusiasts displays a wealth of flora, fauna and immense beauty. The coursing rivers of Gin Ganga and Nilwala Ganga wind their way around hills, valleys and flat landscapes and dense forest canopies protect a treasure trove of biodiverse riches. The Reserve is home to several bird species, including many endemics and an incredible diversity of mammals, butterflies, dragonflies, amphibians and reptiles. Fauna includes a wide variety of medicinal and rare plants. Four spectacular must-sees in the Reserve include the cascading Anagimale Falls, an ancient tangled creeper giant creeper the height of a person, the little waterfall of Narangas Ella and a massive Nevada tree with an observation platform.

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Royal Colombo Golf Club

The Royal Colombo Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Sri Lanka. The 130 year old Club’s history dates back to the establishment of the game of golf in Sri Lanka and over a century of sport & sporting traditions, customs, manners and styles of the British in Ceylon

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Victoria Golf Club, Digana

An exquisite 500 acre resort property that is located in the midst of scenic vistas. Digana golf course is ranked as one of the top golf courses in Sri Lanka. The course is filled with dramatic undulations and a challenging turf that even tests the skills of well-seasoned golfers.

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Nuwaraeliya Golf Club

The Nuwara Eliya Golf Club, founded in 1889, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Asia and probably the world. It is an institution, rich in tradition, history and carries an ambience unparalleled in Sri Lanka.

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Sigiriya Rock Fortress

Sigiriya Lion Rock, an UNESCO world heritage site, is situated in the northern part of Sri Lanka. It stands as a solitary rock plateau that rises abruptly from the surrounding plains. Sigiriya has a rich history that dates back to the 5th century AD. The rock is adorned with a series of frescoes depicting celestial maidens, known as the Sigiriya maidens or Apsaras. These frescoes showcase the artistic prowess of the ancient Sinhalese civilization and are a major highlight of the site. A smooth, polished wall made of brick and plaster runs alongside the frescoes. This Mirror Wall was originally so well-polished that the king could see his reflection in it. Over the centuries, visitors have added inscriptions and graffiti on the wall, providing a historical record of the site. The Water Gardens, Boulder Gardens, and Terraced Gardens are among the notable features, reflecting the advanced engineering skills of the ancient builders.

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Dambulla Cave Temple

The Dambulla Cave Temple, also known as the Golden Temple of Dambulla, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the central part of Sri Lanka. It is one of the most well-preserved cave temple complexes in the country and holds significant cultural, historical, and religious importance. The temple complex consists of five main caves, each adorned with a multitude of statues and paintings depicting various aspects of Buddhism. The caves are carved into a massive granite outcrop and are situated around 160 meters above the surrounding plains. The interior of the caves features a stunning collection of over 150 Buddha statues in various sizes and poses

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Sacred City of

The sacred city of Anuradhapura is the first ancient capital and one of the eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Sri Lanka. There is a vast network of ancient temples and monasteries spanning over 40 square kilometers. This city harbors the most extensive number of cultural landmarks within a single city. Many of these Buddhist temples have endured the test of time, remaining remarkably well-preserved for thousands of years. Revered as one of Sri Lanka’s most religious cities, Anuradhapura holds profound significance for Buddhist pilgrims. Among its prominent attractions are Ruwanweliseya, Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi, Thuparamaya, Jatavanaramaya, Abhayagiriya, Lovamahapaya, Mirisawetiya, Lankaramaya, Samadhi Buddha, Mihintale, and Isurumuniya.

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Ancient City of

Polonnaruwa Kingdom or the Ancient city of Polonnaruwa was the second capital of Sri Lanka for three centuries between the 11th to 13th century after the destruction of Anuradhapura Kingdom in 993. It is located in north central province of Sri Lanka. Due to its archeological prominence and the ancient technological superiority UNESCO declared Polonnaruwa as a World Heritage in 1982 under the name of Ancient City of Polonnaruwa. The richness and the glamor of this kingdom are still evident. Today the ancient city of Polonnaruwa remains one of the best planned archaeological relic sites in the country, standing testimony to the discipline and greatness of the Kingdom’s first rulers. Ruins of Royal Palace of King Parakramabahu, Rankoth Vehera, Kiri Vehera, Polonnaruwa Vatadage, Nissanka Latha Mandapaya,

Gal Vihara, Sandakada Pahana, Parakrama Samudraya etc.

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Temple of the Sacred
tooth Relic

The Temple of the Sacred Tooth Relic is a world-renowned place of worship, where the left Canine tooth of Gautama Buddha is enshrined. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1988, this temple draws thousands of local and international devotees and tourists daily. The sacred relic, brought to Sri Lanka in the 3rd century BC, has been closely tied to the island nation’s royalty, prompting the construction of magnificent temples in each kingdom to enshrine it. The temple’s architecture reflects a unique Kandyan style, combining elements from the distinctive design of the “Dalada Mandira,” the shrines that previously housed the Sacred Tooth Relic in other kingdoms. Elaborate carvings, crafted from gold, silver, bronze, and ivory, adorn the temple, making it a captivating site for visitors.

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Hikkaduwa, a quaint coastal town located 99 kilometers south of Colombo and 20 kilometers north of Galle, is celebrated for its picturesque beach, vibrant coral gardens, and lively nightlife. Recognized as a top tourist destination in Sri Lanka, Hikkaduwa captivates visitors with its mesmerizing underwater world, featuring coral reefs teeming with brilliantly hued fish. The lively coral sanctuary provides exciting possibilities for exploration, whether by navigating in a glass-bottomed boat or engaging in diving activities. Additionally, Hikkaduwa offers an ideal setting for sunbathing, snorkeling, board-surfing, and various other leisure activities.

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Unawatuna is one of the most sought-after beaches in Sri Lanka. Renowned for its family-friendly atmosphere, the beach is particularly popular due to its shallow waters, making it an ideal spot for swimming. Characterized by its banana-shaped golden sandy expanse and turquoise waters, Unawatuna tends to be bustling during the day, attracting both locals and tourists. The beach provides sunbeds for rent, and numerous guesthouses line its borders, surrounded by palm trees. Beyond the beach, a road unfolds, lined with a diverse array of vendors offering a wide range of goods, including clothing, jewelry, and souvenirs.

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Weligama is renowned for its long, sandy beach, making it a popular destination for beach lovers. The shallow waters make it an ideal place for swimming. The area is a hotspot for surfing, attracting both beginners and experienced surfers. The waves here are suitable for those learning to surf, and there are numerous surf schools and board rental shops along the beach. The beach is often dotted with traditional stilt fishermen, providing a picturesque scene.

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Hiriketiya, nestled along the South Coast of Sri Lanka, forms a horseshoe-shaped bay where the vibrant turquoise waters crash against a glistening golden beach, surrounded by a verdant jungle of palm trees. This secluded paradise is a magnet for a distinct group of visitors, predominantly drawing surfers, yoga enthusiasts, and creative individuals. The resulting fusion creates a lively blend of cultures in this petite coastal enclave. The harmonious coexistence of locals and expatriates has given rise to notable developments, including the establishment of Sri Lanka’s inaugural Digital Nomad co-working and living space, Verse Collective.

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Arugam Bay is a popular coastal destination located on the east coast of Sri Lanka. It is famous for its pristine beaches with golden sands and turquoise waters. The main beach in Arugam Bay is a long stretch of coastline where you can relax, sunbathe, and enjoy the scenic beauty. One of the main attractions of Arugam Bay is its reputation as a world-class surfing destination. The bay is known for its consistent waves, making it a haven for surfers. The town has a laid-back and bohemian atmosphere, attracting surfers and travelers from around the world. You’ll find surf shops, schools, and a vibrant surf culture in the area.

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Pasikuda is a coastal resort town located on the east coast of Sri Lanka. It is known for its long stretch of golden sandy beaches. The shallow and calm waters make it an ideal destination for swimming and water activities. The beach is particularly known for its gentle slope, allowing visitors to wade into the sea for a considerable distance. Pasikuda provides opportunities for various water sports, including snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and windsurfing. The calm seas and favorable weather conditions make it an ideal place for both beginners and experienced water sports enthusiasts.

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Trincomalee, located on the northeastern coast of Sri Lank. The city is known for its deep natural harbor, one of the largest and most strategically important in the world. Trincomalee is home to a diverse population, including Sinhalese, Tamils, and Muslims, contributing to a rich cultural tapestry. Nilaveli Beach, a pristine sandy beach known for its clear blue waters, ideal for swimming and water sports. Additionally, Pigeon Island National Park stand out as a marine reserve with vibrant coral reefs, diverse marine life, and excellent snorkeling opportunities.

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Heli Tours

Embark on an exhilarating helicopter tour through the resplendent island of Sri Lanka, where every twist and turn reveals a tapestry of beauty and diversity. As you soar above the emerald landscapes, a mesmerising panorama unfolds beneath you

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