Cheap Packages to Sri Lanka Tour

Cheap Packages to Sri Lanka Tour

Market Price
Rs. 17,499
Rs. 14,699



Day 1:
On arrival in Colombo international airport, private transfer from the airport to the hotel in Bentota. Check in and rest of the day is at leisure and overnight at the hotel in Bentota

DAY 2:
Free time at the resort in Bentota or you can take an optional trip to Galle

DAY 3:
Check out of the hotel after breakfast and transfer to Colombo. Check in and later in the day you are picked up from the hotel for a city/ shopping tour of Colombo. You are dropped back to the hotel for your overnight stay

DAY 4 :
Free time in the morning and later you are picked up from the hotel and transferred to the airport for your flight back home

Land Price inclusions

  • Private transfer from Colombo International airport to Bentota
  • Private transfer from Bentota Hotel to Colombo Hotel
  • Accommodation on twin/ triple sharing basis in Bentota & Colombo
  • One half day private city/ shopping tour of Colombo
  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Charges for driver
  • Private transfer from Colombo hotel to airport
  • All applicable taxes

Cheap Packages to Sri  Lanka Tour

Sri Lanka is famous for sandy beaches, sunshine, tropical weather, ancient ruines, elephants, tea, cricket, wildlife. Sri Lankan visitor manufacturing is booming after finishing 30 years of war. Every month number of tourists increasing. 30 years before no body visited Maldvies, all Europeon, American, Asian tourists came to Sri Lanka to enjoy sandy beaches and sunshine.


A Sri Lankan coastal city well-known for golden beaches, Bentota is located on the southern coastal angle of the Galle District of the Southern Province. The town is a well-liked tourist place. It is particularly well-known among the foreign tourists. The name comes from a mythological story which dates back to kings time saying a demon called Bem ruled this river ( total = river bank). Bentota hosts a handful of world proclaim hotels. It is the hosting land for the well-known Sri Lankan Jeweler Aida. Bentota also delivers an olden art of curing called Ayurveda. Bentota is also famous for its making in Toddy. An alcoholic drink made out of coconut nectar. The city's population is probable to be between 25,000-50,000.

In the heart of the city, the picturesque Beira Lake is surrounded by Colombo’s business district and occupies 65 hectares. During the colonial era, the lake was used to transport goods within the city.
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Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) is the first purpose-built convention centre in Asia. It comprises high-tech equipment, modern convention halls and rooms.
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Located in the outskirts of the city, the Dehiwela Zoo is home to animals that are both intriguing and magnificent. With a comprehensive array of species, it is also home to an aquarium with an exotic and vibrant marine life.
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Sri Lanka is the only former colony in the world to have a Dutch period museum. This unique museum was originally the residence of Ceylon’s Dutch Governor and has since been used as a Catholic seminary, a military hospital, a police station and a post office. Its exhibits include Dutch colonial furniture and other artefacts.
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Galle Face Green is a beautiful stretch of land by the Indian Ocean, which is a public walkway and playground. The promenade is situated next to the old Parliament of Sri Lanka, while some of the best hotels in Colombo are also located in its periphery.
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The Independence Square, the park around the Independence Commemoration Hall, is one of the most prominent locations in Colombo – it is where city dwellers visit for recreation, jogging and walking. A unique feature of the Independence Commemoration Hall is its rows of stone lions guarding the monument.
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The Nelum Pokuna (Lotus Pond) Mahinda Rajapaksa Performing Arts Theatre is a fully-equipped state-of-the-art performance centre for large-scale productions. The theatre consists of an auditorium and an open-air amphitheatre. Situated in the heart of the city, this 21st-century architectural masterpiece facilitates easy access for both local and foreign producers.
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The Mount Lavinia Hotel’s rich history dates back to Governor of Ceylon Sir Thomas Maitland’s desire for a love nest. Its Victorian-era ambience, gourmet cuisine and exceptional service make this luxury beach resort a truly unique venue.
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The National Museum of Colombo is Sri Lanka’s largest. It boasts a collection of fine relics from the many kingdoms that ruled over numerous regions of the island and houses artefacts from the prehistoric ages. The museum was built when Sir William Henry Gregory served as British Colonial Governor of Ceylon.
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Established in 1965, the Planetarium takes the shape of a lotus in full bloom and seats 500 visitors. Constructed by German engineers, it features an artificial sky to glimpse the night-time sky during the day through a colossal universal projector.


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