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South Coast Beach Posse

  • negombo-dutch-church
  • pinnawela-elephant-gallery
  • dambulla
  • sigiriya
  • polonnaruwa
  • kandy-temple-of-tooth-relic-gallery
  • mirissa
  • galle
  • moonstone-mine
  • ambalangoda-mask-museum
  • madu-river
  • bentota
  • airport
  • negombo-dutch-church
  • pinnawela-elephant-gallery
  • dambulla
  • sigiriya
  • polonnaruwa
  • kandy-temple-of-tooth-relic-gallery
  • mirissa
  • galle
  • moonstone-mine
  • ambalangoda-mask-museum
  • madu-river
  • bentota
  • airport

DAY 01 – Airport / Negombo

Greeted by our representative at Colombo Airport and depart to Negombo.

Negombo a small town by the west coast within close proximity to the Airport is a Fishing Village. Local made Catamarans could be witnessed sailing in the far distance which would be a unforgettable rare view.

Dutch Fort and the Canal are significant as they are the key aspects to testify the presence of the Dutch during late 16th Century.

Overnight stay at Negombo.

DAY 02 – Negombo / Pinnawala / Dambulla

Breakfast at the Hotel & depart to Dambulla via Pinnawala.

Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

The Ticket Counter opens at 08.30 a.m. And You see little baby elephants roaming within the 25 acre land as you enter the premises. Each day 76kg of green matter & a mixture of Rice & Maize around 2kg is been given to each of these giants. The Orphanage provides care to the Baby Elephants who had lost their parents in Jungles due to killing by farmers to protect their crops or by falling into pits.

This was established in 1975 and approximately comprise with 90 elephants which are 39 males and 51 females.

Daily Schedule

  • 08.30 – Opening
  • 09.15, 13.15 & 17.00 – Bottle Feeding
  • 10.00 & 14.00 – Herd goes to the river for 02 hour bath
  • 17.30 – Ticket Counter Closes
  • 18.00 – Orphanage Closes

Upon completion depart to Dambulla.

Dambulla Golden Cave Temples

The climbing difficulty is moderate and it would take around 2.00 hours to climb up and down and it towers 160m over the surrounding plains. As you enter the site you see a 30m high gigantic Buddha Statue with Dhamma Chakka Posture. The history of this complex dates back to 1st Century B.C. and there are five caves which contains amazing drawings and which is unique to this era.

Overnight stay at Dambulla.

DAY 03 – Dambulla / Sigiriya / Polonnaruwa

Breakfast at the Hotel & depart to Sigiriya.


A rock which stands up as a lone sentinel from the surrounding plane and on its summit is a royal palace. It is 200m in height and there are 1200 steps which would consume 3 hours to complete the whole site. On its rock walls fifth century paintings and the mirror wall is scribbled with ancient poetry.


The World Heritage Site comprise with Buddha Statues in different postures, Ancient Complexes, Hindu Sculptures and Irrigation canals where the main source is Parakrama Samudra(Lake). Due to Indian invasions the relics of the site is imposed by hindu influence where you could witness temples which are dedicated to Lord Shiva. The site is on a flat plain and could be completed within 2.30 hours.

Overnight stay at Dambulla.

DAY 04 – Dambulla / Kandy

After breakfast depart to Kandy the last kingdom.

Kandy Tooth Temple

The complex is enshrined with the left canine tooth of the Buddha which is held in highest esteem. The difficulty of completing this Site is easy and it would take approximately 2 hours to complete.

Folk Show

The Folk Show depicts the rich culture which Sri Lanka resembles within 1 hour and during this time you could witness 12 different Folk dances and a fire walking ceremony.

Overnight stay at Kandy.

DAY 05 – Kandy / Mirissa

Breakfast at the Hotel & depart to Mirissa.

En route visit a Functioning Tea Factory with its vast Tea Estate.

Overnight stay at Mirissa.

DAY 06 – Mirissa

After breakfast initiate the activities.

Whale Watching

Though now the activity is doable through out the year the main season is from November to April. Indian Ocean is renowned for Blue whales, Bryde´s whales, Sperm whales, Fin whales, sometimes Killer whales, and Common dolphins, Bottlenose dolphins, Spinner dolphins, Risso’s dolphins and Striped dolphins. The boat leaves the coast around 7.00 a.m. And the tour would consume around 4 Hours.

Surfing & Snorkeling
A less congested area where it is ideal for beginners to train themselves due to the natural presence of the location which is surrounded by rocks thus less effect to the waves by onshore wind. The equipments are available to be rented and different variety of species could be witnessed while snorkeling. 

Overnight stay at Mirissa.

DAY 07 – Mirissa / Galle

Breakfast at the Hotel & depart to Galle.

Galle Fort

Constructed in 17th century the Galle Dutch Fort is among one of the best preserved forts in South Asia. The site is in abundance with Colonial Villas and the main tourist attractions are the Dutch Reformed Church, Museum & the Clock Tower.

Stilt Fishermen

Weligama to Unawatuna on the shallow waters you could observe these fishermen sitting on their stilts which is a spectacular view. 

Overnight stay at Galle. 

DAY 08 – Galle

Spent your time leisurely in one of the best beaches in the world. The beach is ideally located protected by a naturally formed bay with gold sandy beaches which gives you a perfect atmosphere to relax. 

Overnight stay at Galle.

DAY 09 – Galle / Bentota

Breakfast at the Hotel & depart to Bentota.

Moonstone Mines

Meetiyagoda a village near Ambalangoda town you could pay a visit to these mines where you could observe the mining process of this precious stone by going down into the deep into the narrow shafts. The moonstones are only concentrated into an area of one acre of land in Meetiyagoda.

Ambalangoda Mask Museum

Masks are of Sri Lankan tradition running deep into centuries they are hand carved with intricate ex cogitation and painted in vivacious manner which resemble the culture which was passed down to generations. The museum explicate the travelers the tedious process which is behind the scenes to produce such masks and their significance.

Island Hopping Madu River

Madu River is a lagoon which comprise with hundreds of islets which is located in southwest coast Balapitiya. During this compact tour you could witness an Old Buddhist Monastery, how local inhabitants carry out their occupations by Cinnamon cultivation and prawn fishing. The tour would consume approximately 2 hours.

Turtle Hatchery

The Sea Turtle Conservation Project was initiated in 1988 and here the hatchery pays fishermen for turtle eggs and buries them in the sand and upon completion of 50 days Baby Turtles would hatched and released to sea at night. However only one out of thousand would survive to maturity.

Overnight stay at Bentota.

DAY 10 – Bentota / Airport

Depart to Colombo Airport with delightful memories.

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