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What would be the stay in Sri Lanka without having explored the cultural & scenic high locations of this beautiful island.

We conduct day trips with our own fleet of vehicles providing English speaking drivers in order to explore numerous places of your interest. One can conduct their own individual journey & discuss the desired route with our guide we are glad to provide a few hinds on how to spend your valuable days of the year. 

The following destinations of outstings stand out as the most popular places of interest.



Turtle farm; take over the sponsorship of a baby turtle

Duration approx 2 hours

enjoy a ride on the Bentota river or on the lagoon the tropical red mangroves, flora & fauna & various animal species is an eye catching location for many of its visitors.

Duration approx 3 hours



weekly market of Aluthgama: open every monday you can dip into the original way of life of the nature ones.

Duration  at least 1 hours



The Temple of Aluthgama or Kalutara provides you an experience of the under lying heritage & culture of Buddhism.

Duration 1 – 3 hours



Batik Factory; Moonstone mine & mask engraving, here you can admire & acquire true handmade handicraft.

Duration approx 3 hours



Spicegarden: Didn’t you always wanted to know how spices grow & how they actually look like?

Duration approx. 1 hour

Trip to cinnamon Islands: Enjoy the flavour of the famous Ceylon Cinnamon at its place of orign.

Duration 4 hours

Galle; The colonial-historical port is one of the best holded state buildings surrounded by a closed wall with 11 bastions. In the fort itself the remaining buildings reminds of the Dutch colonial times.

Duration approx 6 hours

The following round trips of several days are seperately postable & individually combinable.

Kandy; The last city of the Kings situated in the interior centre of Buddhist Sinhalese culture at the Mahaweli River. Lying beautifully on a hill top is the temple of the tooth with the holy relic of Buddha.



Kandy; Peradeniya Botanical Garden contains a dazzling array of rich species & sumptuous vegetation.



Pinnawela Elephant Orphanage; You can enjoy the view of a herd bathing or assist in feeding the elephant babies with a milk bottle.

Yala Nationalpark; a much visited & protected animal reservation with a fascinating jungle character lays conveniently in the South east of the island. Animals existing rich & large covers the park above all deer, water buffalo, wild pigs, jackals, crocodiles, elephants & leopards.

Whale watching; Boat departs from Mirissa you will enjoy a close view of Blue- Sperm & Humpback Whales extending upto 20 m long together with large schools of dolphins.

Adams Peak; Situated 2243 m above sea level on top of a summit it is beleived to be  the footprint of Buddha visited strongly by the pilgrimage of pilgrims.

Anuradhapura, the oldest capital of Sri Lanka ( founded 380 years before christ) owns a huge number of well preserved or restored Sacred – Buddhist Statues and profane buildings from the king`s time, which forms the historical holy honoured town.

Kataragama, The Hindu and Buddhist place of pilgrimage to honour God Skanda ( The shrine was build 300 y BC). Special religious ceremonies are carried out here. For eg – walking on fire.

Dambula, known by its 5 antique Buddhist cave temples which are situated in a gap of an isolated rising rock of 100m above ground. You can see 100 Buddha statues, wall paintings and different Hindu gods.

Nuwara Eliya “the city above the clouds”, the highest city of the island. About 190m above sea level. Maintaining a chill-tropical climate, previously the colonial-british summer town, often wrapped with clouds and fog.

Horton Plains a breezy, lonesome plateau approx. 2100m abouve sea level, with an unusual vegetation for this height, lined by an attractive mountainous skyline.

Worlds End. A 600m deep cliff in the southern edge at Horton Plains, rare foggy mountain forest.

Ratnapura, “ town of precious stones” valuable findings of precious stones like sapphires, amethysts, aquamarines, turmaline or topaz. Sri Lanka is considered as one of the biggest gem suppliers of the world. Still today the uncut gems are polished and scrapped by hand.

Sigiriya, world famous frescoes of the so-called cloud girls from the late 5th century. The ruins of the sky castle of king Kassapa is situated on a 200m high lions rock to act as a protective shield.

Polonaruwa, the second oldest capital, consisting of ruins from 11-14 centuries. It is the biggest place of interest as 5 over sized monuments of Buddha is located in different postitions. Among them, is the 14m lyling statue and the 7 m standing statue